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  •   krystlewallis X posted. What is your #RainbowStory? Remember that time you were (might have been) a Gaybie and embraced all rainbow things? After a while (a month, a year, perhaps after you came out) you grew out of them due to becoming a bit more comfortable with yourself and felt like you didn't have to wave your flag everywhere you turned. The rainbow had always been a symbol for the kind of person you were, or the labeled community you were 'supposed' to belong in, but maybe you thought it was actually overdone and TACKY. You might have gotten some rainbow things throughout the years, but no longer felt as if you needed to have one present for every occasion. However, there was always at least one bandana, or bracelet, little mini flag, or sticker with Roy G Biv (that you've had since HS) floating around your home somewhere. Then, throughout many years of championing for your community's right for equality, symbols like NOH8, =, and of course the classic rainbow come back into play. Turns out your PROUD as hell for having your country's government legalize Marriage Equality, and WANT to flashback to showering everything in those silly, meaningful rainbows that have always loomed in the background as an adopted symbol of who you've become, whether you like it or not! In fact, the government is embracing those rainbows as well! Seeing the White House lit up in support might have given you a smile, or chills, or that sense of acceptance that was missing from someone close. How often does the government back you, or anyone up? So you plaster that rainbow on everything all over again to show the world your pride and wave that flag everywhere. Major companies are also showing their tolerance and acceptance for you and your rights. You know the fight for work equality & health protections for the LGBTQA community will continue, but you fly that flag at this moment for another strong victory in the fight to live your life as a HUMAN BEING and not just a label. The fight for marriage equality is not just to have the ring, or a piece of paper. It is having the legal right to visit your spouse in hospital, security of benefits, and commitment in the eyes of the Law. Equality 4 All 2d
  •   fuzzyant u look very upset for a person in a lot of skittles 2d
  •   krystlewallis Sour rainbows! @fuzzyant 2d

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krystlewallis What is your #RainbowStory? Remember that time you were (might have been) a Gaybie and embraced all rainbow things? After a while (a month, a year, perhaps after you came out) you grew out of them due to becoming a bit more comfortable with yourself and felt like you didn't have to wave your flag everywhere you turned. The rainbow had always been a symbol for the kind of person you were, or the labeled community you were 'supposed' to belong in, but maybe you thought it was actually overdone and TACKY. You might have gotten some rainbow things throughout the years, but no longer felt as if you needed to have one present for every occasion. However, there was always at least one bandana, or bracelet, little mini flag, or sticker with Roy G Biv (that you've had since HS) floating around your home somewhere. Then, throughout many years of championing for your community's right for equality, symbols like NOH8, =, and of course the classic rainbow come back into play. Turns out your PROUD as hell for having your country's government legalize Marriage Equality, and WANT to flashback to showering everything in those silly, meaningful rainbows that have always loomed in the background as an adopted symbol of who you've become, whether you like it or not! In fact, the government is embracing those rainbows as well! Seeing the White House lit up in support might have given you a smile, or chills, or that sense of acceptance that was missing from someone close. How often does the government back you, or anyone up? So you plaster that rainbow on everything all over again to show the world your pride and wave that flag everywhere. Major companies are also showing their tolerance and acceptance for you and your rights. You know the fight for work equality & health protections for the LGBTQA community will continue, but you fly that flag at this moment for another strong victory in the fight to live your life as a HUMAN BEING and not just a label. The fight for marriage equality is not just to have the ring, or a piece of paper. It is having the legal right to visit your spouse in hospital, security of benefits, and commitment in the eyes of the Law. Equality 4 All! 3d

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krystlewallis Whatever, potato. 😕 #vom 6d

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krystlewallis Monday nightmares. you're welcome. 1w

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krystlewallis At gutiar center and a #tbt was thrown in my face. #thinline #likebutter 3w

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  •   kirawrrrrr How?! 4w
  •   krystlewallis @kirawrrrrr viggle is an app where you check into music, tv & movies, and earn points. They have a bunch of stuff you can redeem the points for, like the ipad. There is also a website called wetpaint where you 'watch' the videos and earn points for viggle. You can earn 12000 points a day, so it adds up. And you don't even have to actually watch anything, just check in for the duration of a show. For music, you just check into a song and can immediately check into another one. My mom got into it during football season last year and earning tons of points, so I took advantage while I was funemployed and earned almost enough to get this. A month later ans BOOM! We've gotten a kurieg 2.0, French press, some mugs, ray bans and now this iPad. Awe yeah! 4w
  •   curry.feed How long it take? 4w
  •   krystlewallis About 4 months with bonus points and quest streaks @feed.ri 4w

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krystlewallis They might as well should have cut it off. #messy #ow #morphine 4w

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