someone asked dumb questions

Black Women Are

Pioneers: Harriet Tubman

Originally posted by nyuniversity

Educated: 

Dr. Hadiya Nicole Green AKA  The Pioneer in the fight against cancer



Michelle Obama

Originally posted by theproblackgirl

Beautiful: Jackie Aina (She’s also artistic, intelligent, funny)

Originally posted by fuckyeahfemaleyoutubers

Uzo Aduba

Originally posted by theproblackgirl

Soulful: Chargaux 

Originally posted by thechronicleofshe

Nina Simone

Originally posted by rollingstone


Phenomenal:  Oprah  

Originally posted by larry-ride-or-die

Beyonce

Originally posted by aninounettear


Hilarious:  Leslie Jones 

Originally posted by teachingfeelslike

Gabourey Sidible

Originally posted by dailyahsgifs


Poetic: Maya Angelou

Lauryn Hill

Originally posted by hip-hop-fanatic

Confident: 

Marsai Martin

Originally posted by wildjay101

Solange Knowles 

Originally posted by amarachixxxiv

Yara Shahidi 

Originally posted by thepowerofblackwomen


Fearless: Assata Shakur & Angela Davis

Originally posted by ch-r-o-m-e

Originally posted by thesecrowns

Unwavering:   Lezley McSpadden, Gwen Carr, Wanda Johnson,  and Sybrina Fulton aka Mothers of The Movement

Fighters:  Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi aka founders of #BlackLivesMatter

Visionaries: Ava Duvernay (Director)

Shonda Rhimes (producer, screenwriter)

Determined: Ilhan Omar (Politician)

Originally posted by refinery29

Olympians:

Gabby Douglas

Originally posted by i-dont-understand-gymnastics

Simone Biles

Originally posted by sports-and-everything-else

Serena and Venus (and someone asking them a dumb question)

Originally posted by youreunattractiveinside

Allyson Fellix

Originally posted by bashfulhound

Ibtihaj Muhammad

Originally posted by womens-sports

Some Bonus Awesomeness:

Amber Riley

Originally posted by chichichichias

Kerry Washington, Taraji P Henson, and Mary J Blige 

Originally posted by alyandmatt

Janelle Monae 

Originally posted by tragedyb0ner

Despite being one of the most disrespected demographics, black women remain to be an integral part of America’s (and also global) history, present, and future. Validate, and humanize them. And take note of all the badassery and awesomeness. 


Originally posted by theblvckcool



Heres a dare….. today when u ask someone a question, say “hey I got a dumb question for u” and see if u can stop urself from doin it a 2nd time… and then a 3rd… lemme know how it goes bros 💪🏼

Gemini Reactions: Part I

When a Gemini knows you’re lying, but don’t want to say anything.

When someone asks a Gemini a dumb question. It never fails.

When you tell a Gemini the information they’ve been wanting to hear all year.

A Gemini the next morning, after procrastinating and being distracted from going to sleep the night before.

When someone asks a Gemini to tell them something about themselves.

A Gemini when they find out someone likes that one artist they admired forever; the artist they thought no one knew.

Okay, dumb question, I am sure someone asked this before -

I wonder, is the 911 call there in its full extent? What I’m wondering is, did Patti Nielsen ever hang up the phone? Wouldn’t it be quite possibly that she never hung up and the phone call kept being recorded and there is a recording of Dylan and Eric’s last words, if they ever shared any?

i’ve been at my job for a while now and every single time i’m training a guy and we’re working side by side the customers will come right up to him with questions and obviously he’s new and knows nothing so he has to ask me and i just never get over literally how funny it is every time. like never once when i’m working with a guy will someone ask me the question. like SYKE bitch hes dumb as hell i got ur answers right here