It’s like

they all want me, except for the one I want

Pink Matter

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maaliiklegreat:
Both your face and your tastes are beautiful.

Why thank you King, much appreciated :)

Anonymous:
Do you have an Instagram if so what is it ?

IG: ericaleshai

If you’re ever looking for me on any site, search ericaleshai

or Erica LeShai :)

Reblog if your vagina is perfect.

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Anonymous:
Where are you from ?

Southern Cali, specifically Lancaster… yea Lancaster

wowzersss:
how do you get you're afro so perfect?

Shower steam, hair oil, and lots of tender lovin care :)

Anonymous:
How tall are you?

Like 5’6”

Home.

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ifreakiinloveme:
Love your blog & your hair 🙌

Thank you! I love it too lol

asingersworld:
you are gorgeous. I love your blog, hair and music lol! follow back?

Thanks love! and sure :)

weloveblackgirls:

This is the work of the white man

(Source: sexbooksandvacations)

Timestamp: 1396108464

weloveblackgirls:

This is the work of the white man

(Source: sexbooksandvacations)

space-pictures:

M82 Hubble Mosaic with 2014 Supernova

This is a Hubble Space Telescope composite image of a supernova explosion designated SN 2014J in the galaxy M82, at a distance of approximately 11.5 million light-years from Earth. Astronomers using a ground-based telescope discovered the explosion on January 21, 2014. This Hubble photograph was taken on January 31, as the supernova approached its peak brightness.

Credit: NASAESA, A. Goobar (Stockholm University), and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)

Timestamp: 1396054296

space-pictures:

M82 Hubble Mosaic with 2014 Supernova

This is a Hubble Space Telescope composite image of a supernova explosion designated SN 2014J in the galaxy M82, at a distance of approximately 11.5 million light-years from Earth. Astronomers using a ground-based telescope discovered the explosion on January 21, 2014. This Hubble photograph was taken on January 31, as the supernova approached its peak brightness.

Credit: NASAESA, A. Goobar (Stockholm University), and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)