Twin Sisters Dress Alike for 88 Years 

Maurine and Noreene never asked to be famous. The two identical twins lived their lives in sleepy Denison, Texas, sharing a strong affection for each other and for snazzy matching outfits. But thanks to the Internet and a remarkable series of snapshots, the pair has become a global phenomenon. Roach Smith blogged about them on the Sister Project: “What entranced me was the pride with which the twins showed off their matching outfits.” After reading about the pair in a story on Retro Renovation, Kevin Howard located them in an online yearbook from Denison. He discovered that Maurine Elizabeth Everett and her sister Noreene Dodd died within four months of each other around 2004, at ages 88 and 89, respectively

Sooooo I think I’m making a last minute trip home this weekend?

there’s a handful of reasons (one is my parents are bribing me with gas money lmao)

I’ll bring my tablet so I can keep my queue from running out again, but I doubt I’ll be on much just bc the internet back home is shit and I get easily frustrated

When I was a freshman in high school, I got published in a poetry book. This was one of the other poems in that book - I had the page marked because it was my favorite poem in the book and it’s always stuck with me. Maybe those things we don’t think we’ll ever need to recall again are really all floating up there in our brain for a reason.


it’s my musical kindred spirit jessica’s nineteenth birthday, so of course i had to make her a dance party playlist to celebrate! GET READY TO DANCE YOUR FACE OFF.

love everybody, the presidents of the united states of america // nineteen, tegan and sara // salute, little mix // you done my brain in, bonzo dog doo dah band // washington D.C., the magnetic fields // hold music, architecture in helsinki // anything could happen, ellie goulding // man, it’s so loud in here, they might be giants // shadow stabbing, cake // gigantic, the pixies // pretty in pink, the dresden dolls // later on, kate nash // love kitten, noreen corcoran // party out of bounds, the b-52s // you’re a star, josie and the pussycats // slight figure of speech, the avett brothers // 2 atoms in a molecule, noah & the whale // dance anthem of the 80′s, regina spektor // the jessica, tim kasher

[[listen on 8tracks]]

Eat Pray Love

By Sir. Rudyard Snaggs
August 24th, 2015


say grace at
Place that
Place mat
Placed at
Illustrated with Trin-Bago
Curry sauce
In there like Prego
how some pack plates
Saltfish and aki
Go together like Rastas and Kakis
Tanty Noreen
prepares Farine
off of Klim
Of cocoa tea
With bey leaf
Spelled relief
Quality price
Bulk quantity rice
from murrys
We’d score
From u-city Indian stores
Ginger root in cart
At Pathmark
at Connies
With Mommy
What be
Etc.. Opted
Into Caribbean
Forged from
To Bombay
Back to Ghana
As rallies
Their banana
No worries
Or troubles
/ pumpkin,
Ain’t that something
Knife and fork ah fight for dumplings
Brown Sugar soy burger rottis
Before I had goatee
,Hair natty
Jamaican beef patties
Small dish
of Salt fish
Nuff to make one brawlish
Yet retain morals
When I get done, I’ll have a glass of Sorrell

Why I am afraid of laws in Pakistan

Date: 23rd Aug 2015

Time: 10:16am

There have been cases in Pakistan where there was sex change operation performed.

And from some sources I know that there are Trans living happily after transition in Pakistan. (That is if they are hidden but some are there that enjoy the unhidden life)

Some of the news that is Transition related:

Case of Shumail Raj

Case of Noureen Aslam

Both cases are different from each other. And both are portrayed so wrongly that one cannot even imagine. There is so much misinformation about Transgender issues in my society.

Shumail had his surgery about some 16 years before until the case was filed on him in 2008 for marrying a girl he loved.

The only thing that got him caught was lack of male genitals.

Hence declared as a female and homosexual.

Then later a case similar to Shumail’ case comes along of Noureen Aslam but different because the case was presented as a case of natural transition within her (now his) body.

“In her petition, Noreen said she was a university graduate and worked at her father’s school as administrator. She said that when she was around eight or nine years old, she realized that she was undergoing the same physical changes as her male class fellows in her hair, physique and voice. She said that her parents had then consulted various doctors, who had termed her case a ‘gender identity disorder case/re-assignment case’ that required correction through surgery.”

Gender Identity Disorder is when you identify yourself as male gender but born in female sex or vise versa.

If his body was changing to male then that means that it was a type of intersex condition and GID because he was suffering from it too.

Was Shumail not suffering from GID? so, why did he changed his gender?

Or just because this case was first of it’s kind and nobody knew how to handle it?

I am afraid of our laws. Nothing is guaranteed. If I take permission from court today for sex change, in future anyone can challenge me in court.  There are no defined laws for LGBTQ.

And what about family reputation? Will my extended family and my neighbors accept me?

The amount of hate I see for homosexuals and trans people in Pakistan scares me.

Time: 11:15am