i can’t stop myself from being sad because my cat still hasn’t come back. i think he’s just being a dick to me cause i went housesitting without him. i’ve called all the shelters around here and they haven’t seen him so i think he’s just out in the woods.
i have a day or two’s break in work so i’m downloading dawnguard as a distraction. better than sitting on the couch silently waiting with the door open.
Hotmail.com blatantly represents continued European imperialism over the African continent through this oppressively symbolic image of a Caucasian female forcibly pushing an African male around, just like they had done for Thousands of years.
Did you ever consider that maybe they didn’t mean any fucking symbolism by this and literally you’re the racist one fore assuming this is what this means?
what do you call unfriendly substances that have a pH higher than 7?
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Women are suppose to be nurturing, if you can’t care for your-damn-self especially something that is as elegant and delicate as your legs how the hell are you suppose to care for me too.
I’m just saying.
Ah yes, clearly all women fit into one category as decided by you.
Thanks for your useless input
this has been a bizarre post by arjanakaffine
sorry some of us would rather like, have interesting lives and DO THINGS than sit at home in a plastic body wrap to try and get rid of scars
because clearly a woman with perfect unblemished skin is a great caretaker???
i mean has this bitch ever had to take care of shit, lol, you get injured ALL THE TIME, i can nurture the shit out of you and take care of a household while defending it but why the fuck would i waste such great abilities on someone who would be like “yo, it’s great that you shot that bear that was heading right for me as i was coming into the house, but those scratches from a quick bow draw aren’t very raven of u”
- How teachers assume groups of three work: everyone does 1/3 of the work
- How they actually work: One cunt does absoloutley nothing, another person doesn't really understand but tries their best, and the third person ends up doing 70% of the work so that they don't fail.
when u think about it, we all got bacteria crawlin and squirmin around every single inch of our flesh inside & out so really we are ALL cultured
today I learned that if you want to slash someone’s tires, don’t slash all four; only slash three because if you slash all four their insurance will pay for it but if you only slash three they have to pay for it all out of pocket
i saw a guy wearing a fedora in the lunch line today and i accidently said “brony” out loud and he turned to me and said “youre a brony too?!?! brohoof!!” and i ran into the bathroom that was the most terrifying thing that happened in my life
1. You enter safe spaces for people of color to talk about your own experiences, saying you understand (when you don’t) to derail a conversation (ex: in middle school, I was bullied for being blonde so that’s kind of like racism).
2. You feel the need to constantly point out you’re one of the “good” white people.
3. You tone police (ex: maybe people would listen to you if you were nicer).
4. You you’re “color blind”, don’t see color, or anything of the sort (it is just a nice way of saying you don’t care about racial issues).
5. You use your Black best friend (or Native American grandmother, Latin@ significant other, adopted Asian child) to validate anything you say.
I’m totally on board with this except number 5, at least partly. I see a lot of erasure going on when it comes to people who were born in America to immigrant parents and/or who happen to be light skinned but still an ethnic minority. Of course, we shouldn’t use our relatives or adopted children as vehicles for ignorant statements but people also shouldn’t be discounted as phonies or “bad allies” because they’re light skinned yet they weren’t raised in a white household or culture and don’t wholly identify as white. I think it’s important to listen to those voices as well to get perspective on all the things mixed race individuals have to go through, especially when the social justice nuts try to pin them into one of two categories. It’s so much more complicated than that.