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Did I mention I also have more than a quarter tank of petrol?! yeAH



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SO THINGS HAVE BEEN GOOD

Tuesday I went to a missy Higgins concert, today JEREMY BOUGHT ME TICKETS TO ED SHEERAN IN MARCH SURPRISE BITCH, and I was actually early to my job interview/workshop thing today and now I’m early for tutoring so yeeee

ALSO WE FOUND THE LAST EVER BLOCK OF THE COLES BELGIAN CHOCOLATE BC THEY DISCONTINUED IT BUT SOMEHOW THERE WAS ONE LURKING ON THE SHELF SO WE ARE GOING TO FRAME THE PACKET

And my sister is over tonight and I learned how to play a song on guitar and I’m going to Sydney this weekend with more than $10 in my pocket life’s looking up



, small victories I need to celebrate them, well going to Ed sheeran is a pretty massive victory, bc I really thought I was 100% not going, personal

10 years of Paramore

10 years of Paramore



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itsblogging-orcluedo:

If you didn’t like Tony Abbott already, you certainly shouldn’t like him now.
The Prime Minister of Australia has often made quite sexist, racist, pro-life, cisnormative and homophobic remarks, but only today, he has voiced his opinion on the burqa (I apologise if that was spelled incorrectly), calling it ‘confronting’ and wishing it ‘was not worn’ in Australia.

"I have said before that I find it a fairly confronting form of attire," he said.
"Frankly, I wish it was not worn. But we are a free country, we are a free society and it is not the business of Government to tell people what they should and shouldn’t wear."

Maha Abdo, of the Muslim Women’s Association, has spoken out about the comment, saying it is offensive and ignorant.

"He says that he is clearly offended by the niqab, or by the burqa that he calls it, and yet he comes up and says you know, we live in a free society and everyone can choose what to wear and what not to wear, his comment was clearly adding more fuel to the fire that is existing," she said.

While he has shown support for the ban of the burqa in Parliament House, several of his own party have disagreed with his opinion.

itsblogging-orcluedo:

If you didn’t like Tony Abbott already, you certainly shouldn’t like him now.

The Prime Minister of Australia has often made quite sexist, racist, pro-life, cisnormative and homophobic remarks, but only today, he has voiced his opinion on the burqa (I apologise if that was spelled incorrectly), calling it ‘confronting’ and wishing it ‘was not worn’ in Australia.

"I have said before that I find it a fairly confronting form of attire," he said.

"Frankly, I wish it was not worn. But we are a free country, we are a free society and it is not the business of Government to tell people what they should and shouldn’t wear."

Maha Abdo, of the Muslim Women’s Association, has spoken out about the comment, saying it is offensive and ignorant.

"He says that he is clearly offended by the niqab, or by the burqa that he calls it, and yet he comes up and says you know, we live in a free society and everyone can choose what to wear and what not to wear, his comment was clearly adding more fuel to the fire that is existing," she said.

While he has shown support for the ban of the burqa in Parliament House, several of his own party have disagreed with his opinion.



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