On pay day:
The rest of the week:
best of “she wears short skirts”
omg the best
do you ever see a person you used to be friends with and you’re like “glad i got the fuck outta that one”
“Older Sudanese generations used to mark their cheeks as shown to declare their tribe. Common marks were three vertical lines, three horizontal lines, lines that resemble the letter “T” and others that look like the letter “H”. Songs and poems were written to signify and point out the beauty of its bearer.
In the midst of these recent events, the famous revolutionary Sudanese song “Azza fi Hawak” “عازة في هواك” that was sung during the Anglo-Egyptian rule came to mind. The song depicts Sudan as a lady named “Azza” that will be protected against any and all abuse.
This quick sketch was the result of this song and subway commutes.” - Razi Ballal