No Love goes Barrio 2 Barrio

No Love aka Perico Lokz aka Jesus
-Chicano/Barrio Irvington/Bay Area-
-Barrio Lifestyle/Gangs/Eye Candy-
-Rants/He-man Woman Haters Club/ Stories-
-Sarcastic/Condescending/Asshole-
--Pretty Much sums it up--
Follow me! I love to document everything! i got my first camera around 1999 and i never stopped recording. Everything you see here comes from the perspective of a barrio homie.
-No Love

February 27, 2012 3:01 am
Here it is people, my 8th grade flik. Now that my son is in 8th grade i look at this and think, at his age, i was already learning how to make weapons, fight, and learning everything i needed to know in case i went to jail. Glad my son doesn’t even have that as an option in his timeline.

Here it is people, my 8th grade flik. Now that my son is in 8th grade i look at this and think, at his age, i was already learning how to make weapons, fight, and learning everything i needed to know in case i went to jail. Glad my son doesn’t even have that as an option in his timeline.

November 20, 2011 9:58 pm
I made this my profile pic on facebook. people say its creepy. I dont know what they mean. this is my happy face

I made this my profile pic on facebook. people say its creepy. I dont know what they mean. this is my happy face

November 2, 2011 4:04 am
This is a flik of me in High School at James Logan In Decoto.Standing next to me is my English teacher. This woman will always have a place in my heart for how she helped me in school. I was a cholo in school with the rest of the homies. I read extremely slow and wrote just as slow. I hated reading books. Reports came and went and i never turned in any papers. She would tell me that i could read any book i wanted to read and do a report on it. I couldn’t really pay attention to the boring books that were in her class, they lost me and i would just distract others or draw. She let me do book reports on books like “Monster:The Autobiography of an LA gangster, Always Running, and even Scarface. She just wanted me to read and write better. I  remember making her so mad she stormed out of class for about 5 minutes because she couldn’t handle me, at that point i knew i went to far. As a kid i did not realize what she was doing, but now i love everything she did for me. She even went as far as to ask  if i wanted to do a video report on my barrio and she would lend me a camera.The homies weren;t having it though ahaha. But you can see how much she influenced me to accept the things around me and relay that message to others with confidence. I looked for her for years and then finally found her about 2 years ago on facebook. She was still teaching but in Oakland and really making a difference in the lives of the young women there. She is one of the best teachers in the world in my book, she would pick you up in the middle of the night if need be. She drove me home from school 2 cities over, she let us in her home, and she was an outstanding teacher, the kind of person they make movies about. She did more for me in a school year than some have in my whole life. For that, i will always respect and love Miss Deiro.

This is a flik of me in High School at James Logan In Decoto.Standing next to me is my English teacher. This woman will always have a place in my heart for how she helped me in school. I was a cholo in school with the rest of the homies. I read extremely slow and wrote just as slow. I hated reading books. Reports came and went and i never turned in any papers. She would tell me that i could read any book i wanted to read and do a report on it. I couldn’t really pay attention to the boring books that were in her class, they lost me and i would just distract others or draw. She let me do book reports on books like “Monster:The Autobiography of an LA gangster, Always Running, and even Scarface. She just wanted me to read and write better. I  remember making her so mad she stormed out of class for about 5 minutes because she couldn’t handle me, at that point i knew i went to far. As a kid i did not realize what she was doing, but now i love everything she did for me. She even went as far as to ask  if i wanted to do a video report on my barrio and she would lend me a camera.The homies weren;t having it though ahaha. But you can see how much she influenced me to accept the things around me and relay that message to others with confidence. I looked for her for years and then finally found her about 2 years ago on facebook. She was still teaching but in Oakland and really making a difference in the lives of the young women there. She is one of the best teachers in the world in my book, she would pick you up in the middle of the night if need be. She drove me home from school 2 cities over, she let us in her home, and she was an outstanding teacher, the kind of person they make movies about. She did more for me in a school year than some have in my whole life. For that, i will always respect and love Miss Deiro.

October 29, 2011 4:08 pm October 19, 2011 11:54 pm
the classic myspace bathroom pose. yea, i know

the classic myspace bathroom pose. yea, i know

September 15, 2011 3:00 pm

cuttinheadz:

spacerose:

goodmorning, goodbye

 FUCK I DON’T KNWO WHAT I DID WITH MY RETAINER.

fuck it. my braces aren’t paid for anyway. SHOT TO MOMZ’S CREDIT SCORE

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August 19, 2011 11:30 pm August 14, 2011 1:55 am

I HAVEN’T HAD SEX IN A REALLY LONG TIME. LIKE, 3 WEEKS. WHAT THE FUCK. I’M DEPRIVED.

hellllllllo ladies bawahahahha

laborreguita:

OMG ME TOOO. except longer than three weeks. i’m dying!

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