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3: Talk about the person you've had the most intense romantic feelings for. 8: Talk about the thing you are most proud of. 36: Talk about your guilty pleasures.

3. Talk about the person you had the most intense romantic feelings for.
I’ve never had extremely deep feelings for anyone. There was this guy I did fall kinda hard for though. His name was Munir(it’s Arabic I forgot what it means). He wasn’t the guy I initially thought he was, he turned our to be much better than the guy I thought he was. He had brown skin. He was 6’2. He could sing. No guy since has came close to making me feel like how he made me feel. He was a great listener, very intelligent and very fashionable.


36. Talk about your guilty pleasures. None come to mind, don’t really have any I guess.

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4. Talk about the thing you regret the most so far.
I have no regrets honestly.

5. Talk about the best birthday you’ve had. My 16th birthday. All I wanted for my birthday that year was to be left the hell alone and I got that and more. So many people on Twitter, Instagram and IRL wished me a happy birthday. My ex song happy birthday to me, along with one of my former friends. My mom cooked my favorite meal at the time and I had a really good cake. It was a great ass birthday. And the other great birthday I had, was my 7th. My mom threw me a party, I got some great presents, there were a lot of my classmates there. I just danced the entire party and had a really good time.

11. Tall about the best dream you ever had. I actual never really remember most of my dreams, even the good one. I can’t recall the best one, I can recollect some of my favorite. One involved me getting married, even though I don’t exactly plan to. The other was about my middle school crush.

18. Talk about something that happened in elementary school.

I touched guys peedywhacker in second grade. He was like 12….

mangoestho:

zubat:

arctogaeal:

PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST THIS!!!!

Please help spread awareness!!!!!!!!

They found her body today. [x] [x]
‪#‎RIPHiawayi‬ ‪#‎RIPHiawayiRobinson‬  Rest in Peace Hiawayi Robinson  ✞ Born on September 24th, 2005 - Got her wings on September 16nd, 2014 ✞ Kidnapped, Raped & Murdered Just Days Before Her Ninth Birthday! ‪#‎JusticeForHiawayi‬ The Hunt for Hiawayi’s Killer: The person of interest seen in the surveillence snapshots comes forward and will be interviewed by authorities immediately. This woman is likely the last person to see Hiawayi Robinson alive before her body was found in Prichard this afternoon. She is not a suspect.
Prichard Police and the FBI have confirmed the body found near Turner and Rebel roads in Prichard was that of missing 8-year-old Hiawayi Robinson, and that they are considering it a homicide.
They said for two days, local, state and federal law enforcement worked diligently around the clock to locate Hiawayi.
“The thing we have feared most has come upon us. Today at approximately 12 p.m., that search ended when regrettably the deceased remains of Hiawayi Robinson were recovered by investigators,” said Prichard Mayor Troy Ephriam.
The mayor said law enforcement will “continue their diligent pursuit of the person or person’s responsible for this senseless, cowardly act of unspeakable violence on an innocent child.”
He said they will leverage all tools and resources at the local, state and federal levels and will use all technology available to find the responsible person.
Mayoir Ephriam asked the community to continue to stand strong during this time of adversity. He also urged anyone with any information on the crime to please come forward.
“If you have seen Hiawayi Robinson in the last two days or have seen anyone in that time frame, we strongly urge you to share that information with us immediately. No information is too small or too insignificant,” the mayor added.
He said they have generated very good tips and information, but the investigation is still in its early stages.
Ephriam also discussed the lack of an AMBER Alert, he referenced the Department of Justice’s regulations. He said part of the requirements were that sufficient descriptive information relevant to the abductor and/or the vehicles used in the abduction to be present.
“In the case of little Hiawayi, we did not have that information. We did perform the best management practice that was called upon. We issued a missing persons bulletin and in such, allowed all members of law enforcement to establish necessary levels of protocol in the context as if an AMBER Alert had in fact been called,” he said.
Ephriam added they did have an individual that came forward with information. He said he wanted to express that the person is not a suspect or someone that was under matter of inquiry about her whereabouts.
“She offered valuable information that we can certainly use to go toward adding additional information that we may have and in hopes of being able to determine how to go further and look for this person,” he said.
He asked the community to not use this person coming forward as a crutch against her, to ostracize her or to use threats against her.
He said that people responsible for children should continue to emphasize the need for children to come home after school and to not talk to strangers. He urged parents to love their child in the aftermath of this tragedy and to not look badly on the situation of the Robinson family.
“We as parents and as adults, we have to continue to do the best job we can to inform our children, to educate our kids and to make them aware of the evils of this community and the social ills of this world they are sometimes going to be subjected to,” he said.
He told parents they need to talk to their children to take precautionary measures and to always be wary of their surroundings.
Folks who were on the scene where authorities found the body of Hiawayi Robinson sum up their feelings in three words.
“Tragedy, tragedy, tragedy.”
Chris Kiker works at Whistler Machine Works, the business right next to where the body was found.
“It’s so sad, I have an 11-year-old and a five-year-old and I was just telling them last night, this could be you and here we find this right around the corner from our shop. It’s just devastating,” says Kiker.
“And knowing that a mom and father are missing their child, it’s just heart touching,” says Francis Williams.
Some had no difficulty sharing their feelings on this horrific event.
“It’s sickening. It’s sickening.”
And some had no words at all. One woman is picking her fight with the police.
“If we had done an Amber Alert within 30 minutes of that little girl missing, this never would have gone down like this. They’re just wrong, that’s wrong. They waited 48 hours to even start looking for her, no, cause if that was someone else, they would have done it a whole different way,” says one woman.
Meanwhile, neighbors are calling for justice.
“Whoever did it, they need to come forth right now and let the mom and dad know what happened. Cause if that were my child, I’d be sad too. And mad,” says Rob Carstarphen.
And parents are holding their young a little closer tonight.
Anyone with information or tips on Hiawayi’s homicide is asked to call 1-800-CALL-FBI.

This really just broke my heart.

mangoestho:

zubat:

arctogaeal:

PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST THIS!!!!

Please help spread awareness!!!!!!!!

They found her body today. [x] [x]

‪#‎RIPHiawayi‬ ‪#‎RIPHiawayiRobinson‬  Rest in Peace Hiawayi Robinson  ✞ Born on September 24th, 2005 - Got her wings on September 16nd, 2014 ✞ Kidnapped, Raped & Murdered Just Days Before Her Ninth Birthday! ‪#‎JusticeForHiawayi‬ The Hunt for Hiawayi’s Killer: The person of interest seen in the surveillence snapshots comes forward and will be interviewed by authorities immediately. This woman is likely the last person to see Hiawayi Robinson alive before her body was found in Prichard this afternoon. She is not a suspect.

Prichard Police and the FBI have confirmed the body found near Turner and Rebel roads in Prichard was that of missing 8-year-old Hiawayi Robinson, and that they are considering it a homicide.

They said for two days, local, state and federal law enforcement worked diligently around the clock to locate Hiawayi.

“The thing we have feared most has come upon us. Today at approximately 12 p.m., that search ended when regrettably the deceased remains of Hiawayi Robinson were recovered by investigators,” said Prichard Mayor Troy Ephriam.

The mayor said law enforcement will “continue their diligent pursuit of the person or person’s responsible for this senseless, cowardly act of unspeakable violence on an innocent child.”

He said they will leverage all tools and resources at the local, state and federal levels and will use all technology available to find the responsible person.

Mayoir Ephriam asked the community to continue to stand strong during this time of adversity. He also urged anyone with any information on the crime to please come forward.

“If you have seen Hiawayi Robinson in the last two days or have seen anyone in that time frame, we strongly urge you to share that information with us immediately. No information is too small or too insignificant,” the mayor added.

He said they have generated very good tips and information, but the investigation is still in its early stages.

Ephriam also discussed the lack of an AMBER Alert, he referenced the Department of Justice’s regulations. He said part of the requirements were that sufficient descriptive information relevant to the abductor and/or the vehicles used in the abduction to be present.

“In the case of little Hiawayi, we did not have that information. We did perform the best management practice that was called upon. We issued a missing persons bulletin and in such, allowed all members of law enforcement to establish necessary levels of protocol in the context as if an AMBER Alert had in fact been called,” he said.

Ephriam added they did have an individual that came forward with information. He said he wanted to express that the person is not a suspect or someone that was under matter of inquiry about her whereabouts.

“She offered valuable information that we can certainly use to go toward adding additional information that we may have and in hopes of being able to determine how to go further and look for this person,” he said.

He asked the community to not use this person coming forward as a crutch against her, to ostracize her or to use threats against her.

He said that people responsible for children should continue to emphasize the need for children to come home after school and to not talk to strangers. He urged parents to love their child in the aftermath of this tragedy and to not look badly on the situation of the Robinson family.

“We as parents and as adults, we have to continue to do the best job we can to inform our children, to educate our kids and to make them aware of the evils of this community and the social ills of this world they are sometimes going to be subjected to,” he said.

He told parents they need to talk to their children to take precautionary measures and to always be wary of their surroundings.

Folks who were on the scene where authorities found the body of Hiawayi Robinson sum up their feelings in three words.

“Tragedy, tragedy, tragedy.”

Chris Kiker works at Whistler Machine Works, the business right next to where the body was found.

“It’s so sad, I have an 11-year-old and a five-year-old and I was just telling them last night, this could be you and here we find this right around the corner from our shop. It’s just devastating,” says Kiker.

“And knowing that a mom and father are missing their child, it’s just heart touching,” says Francis Williams.

Some had no difficulty sharing their feelings on this horrific event.

“It’s sickening. It’s sickening.”

And some had no words at all. One woman is picking her fight with the police.

“If we had done an Amber Alert within 30 minutes of that little girl missing, this never would have gone down like this. They’re just wrong, that’s wrong. They waited 48 hours to even start looking for her, no, cause if that was someone else, they would have done it a whole different way,” says one woman.

Meanwhile, neighbors are calling for justice.

“Whoever did it, they need to come forth right now and let the mom and dad know what happened. Cause if that were my child, I’d be sad too. And mad,” says Rob Carstarphen.

And parents are holding their young a little closer tonight.

Anyone with information or tips on Hiawayi’s homicide is asked to call 1-800-CALL-FBI.

This really just broke my heart.

klefable:

shockingly, kids are sick and tired of paying hundreds of dollars for overpriced stacks of paper!!!!!! who wouldve thought!!!!!!

klefable:

shockingly, kids are sick and tired of paying hundreds of dollars for overpriced stacks of paper!!!!!! who wouldve thought!!!!!!

"talk about" rather than "ask me"
  • 1:

    Talk about the first time you watched your favorite movie.

  • 2:

    Talk about your first kiss.

  • 3:

    Talk about the person you've had the most intense romantic feelings for.

  • 4:

    Talk about the thing you regret most so far.

  • 5:

    Talk about the best birthday you've had.

  • 6:

    Talk about the worst birthday you've had.

  • 7:

    Talk about your biggest insecurity.

  • 8:

    Talk about the thing you are most proud of.

  • 9:

    Talk about little things on your body that you like the most.

  • 10:

    Talk about the biggest fight you've ever had.

  • 11:

    Talk about the best dream you've ever had.

  • 12:

    Talk about the worst dream you've ever had.

  • 13:

    Talk about the first time you had sex/how you imagine your first time.

  • 14:

    Talk about a vacation.

  • 15:

    Talk about the time you were most content in life.

  • 16:

    Talk about the best party you've ever been to.

  • 17:

    Talk about someone you want to be friends with.

  • 18:

    Talk about something that happened in elementary school.

  • 19:

    Talk about something that happened in middle school.

  • 20:

    Talk about something that happened in high school.

  • 21:

    Talk about a time you had to turn someone down.

  • 22:

    Talk about your worst fear.

  • 23:

    Talk about a time someone turned you down.

  • 24:

    Talk about something someone told you that meant a lot.

  • 25:

    Talk about an ex-best friend.

  • 26:

    Talk about things you do when you're sick.

  • 27:

    Talk about your favorite part of someone else's body.

  • 28:

    Talk about your fetishes.

  • 29:

    Talk about what turns you on.

  • 30:

    Talk about what turns you off.

  • 31:

    Talk about what you think death is like.

  • 32:

    Talk about a place you remember from your childhood.

  • 33:

    Talk about what you do when you are sad.

  • 34:

    Talk about the worst physical pain you've endured.

  • 35:

    Talk about things you wish you could stop doing.

  • 36:

    Talk about your guilty pleasures.

  • 37:

    Talk about someone you thought you were in love with.

  • 38:

    Talk about songs that remind you of certain people.

  • 39:

    Talk about things you wish you'd known earlier.

  • 40:

    Talk about the end of something in your life.

adancersdiary0:

universecity88:

Black male doctors nothing more dangerous than educated black men

My panties just got wet… Educated black men will do that to me.

LAWD!!!

the-unstoppable-juggernaut:

poussssey:

the-legion-of-fandoms:

Why are we not talking about Derrick Coleman????

  • He’s been legally Deaf since he was 3 years old
  • That’s 20 years
  • He received a letter from a fan who’s also Deaf and he wrote back an inspirational reply
  • He’s the first ever Deaf offensive player in the league.
  • He’s also the first to score a touchdown
  • In order to play football, he has to watch everyone else and move when they move, wear hearing aids, and he has to read Quarterback Russell Wilson’s lips in order to know what the play is, and he still manages to do it and do it well.
  • He’s just an inspiration to me and a lot of others.

Who’s not talkin bout him? I love this guy

fuckin sick. high levels of sight, reflexes and reaction speed. superhero type shit right here

taint3ed:

kidbuudha:

ayana-annapurna:

a-red-dawn-is-upon-us:

But you know, keep bitching about how whites are evil and we’re sooooo oppressive. Fucking pathetic.

You’re fucking stupid.

Hmmm….smell that? Sounds like a new pot of new tears is being brewed y’all! Come get some while they’re salty and full of suppressed guilt!

Where did he get this information from because all of the South was not 2% of whites owning slaves. You have to be fucking kidding me with that. And the Barbary Slave Trade only captured 700 whites in total from the late 1700s to the 1800s. It was not more terrible than slavery. How many black people were killed and enslaved? You’re outta your mind. And till this day there is a systematic oppression over this. The world is not set up where whites are murdered and given separate sinks because they aren’t classified as people. You didn’t have to fight for your right to be a PERSON.   Please stop with this. It’s pathetic.

taint3ed:

kidbuudha:

ayana-annapurna:

a-red-dawn-is-upon-us:

But you know, keep bitching about how whites are evil and we’re sooooo oppressive. Fucking pathetic.

You’re fucking stupid.

Hmmm….smell that? Sounds like a new pot of new tears is being brewed y’all! Come get some while they’re salty and full of suppressed guilt!

Where did he get this information from because all of the South was not 2% of whites owning slaves. You have to be fucking kidding me with that. And the Barbary Slave Trade only captured 700 whites in total from the late 1700s to the 1800s. It was not more terrible than slavery. How many black people were killed and enslaved? You’re outta your mind. And till this day there is a systematic oppression over this. The world is not set up where whites are murdered and given separate sinks because they aren’t classified as people. You didn’t have to fight for your right to be a PERSON. Please stop with this. It’s pathetic.

"talk about" rather than "ask me"
  • 1:

    Talk about the first time you watched your favorite movie.

  • 2:

    Talk about your first kiss.

  • 3:

    Talk about the person you've had the most intense romantic feelings for.

  • 4:

    Talk about the thing you regret most so far.

  • 5:

    Talk about the best birthday you've had.

  • 6:

    Talk about the worst birthday you've had.

  • 7:

    Talk about your biggest insecurity.

  • 8:

    Talk about the thing you are most proud of.

  • 9:

    Talk about little things on your body that you like the most.

  • 10:

    Talk about the biggest fight you've ever had.

  • 11:

    Talk about the best dream you've ever had.

  • 12:

    Talk about the worst dream you've ever had.

  • 13:

    Talk about the first time you had sex/how you imagine your first time.

  • 14:

    Talk about a vacation.

  • 15:

    Talk about the time you were most content in life.

  • 16:

    Talk about the best party you've ever been to.

  • 17:

    Talk about someone you want to be friends with.

  • 18:

    Talk about something that happened in elementary school.

  • 19:

    Talk about something that happened in middle school.

  • 20:

    Talk about something that happened in high school.

  • 21:

    Talk about a time you had to turn someone down.

  • 22:

    Talk about your worst fear.

  • 23:

    Talk about a time someone turned you down.

  • 24:

    Talk about something someone told you that meant a lot.

  • 25:

    Talk about an ex-best friend.

  • 26:

    Talk about things you do when you're sick.

  • 27:

    Talk about your favorite part of someone else's body.

  • 28:

    Talk about your fetishes.

  • 29:

    Talk about what turns you on.

  • 30:

    Talk about what turns you off.

  • 31:

    Talk about what you think death is like.

  • 32:

    Talk about a place you remember from your childhood.

  • 33:

    Talk about what you do when you are sad.

  • 34:

    Talk about the worst physical pain you've endured.

  • 35:

    Talk about things you wish you could stop doing.

  • 36:

    Talk about your guilty pleasures.

  • 37:

    Talk about someone you thought you were in love with.

  • 38:

    Talk about songs that remind you of certain people.

  • 39:

    Talk about things you wish you'd known earlier.

  • 40:

    Talk about the end of something in your life.