A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out Álbum || Panic! At The Disco.
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I keep seeing these videos with people in bathing suits and t-shirts, tank tops. For me personally, when I bring awarerness to a charity, I prefer a more formal setting, so excuse me…
36. Penny Proud
from Disney’s The Proud Family.
The Proud Family is one of two successful cartoons with a black female main character - the other being Doc McStuffins which just came out in 2012. Penny Proud is an important, iconic character.
She’s a super smart girl with great leadership skills and becomes super dedicated to every project she takes on - whether it be giving another girl a makeover, practicing for a dance competition, or working on her part in the school play. Penny solves all her problems with hard work and advice from her mom, her Suga Mama, and her dad, and always tries to do the right thing.
Through Penny’s struggles and achievements, this show tackles really important issues: sexism, racism, Islamophobia, ableism… can I say it again? This show is so good and so important and Penny is a really awesome character.
If you’re looking to rewatch shows from your childhood, start with The Proud Family. These messages from back in 2001 are still relevant.
Lazy kitty … #perpetualpingpong
Prince Chai is unamused.. (We, however, were very amused.) #ohchai
Thanks, Time hop.. Now I’m craving @happyherbivore carrot cake muffins.
who was the asshole who stopped it?
Could have been someone who was tight on money, and took it as an unexpected blessing that they got free coffee?
It amazes me that people think it’s shitty that it stopped.
The whole point was someone tried to buy a person’s coffee. In the end, that’s what happened.
You can’t love that people are trying to buy someone else a coffee, then complain when someone decides to accept the free coffee.
That barista that made the comment about her not knowing what paying it forward means? Totally uncalled for.