Late for work again. Getting paid today.
I am going to do a break down of the various terminology as it is accepted in most Romani academic circles.
I realize that this can be very confusing, especially to those outside our ethnicity and culture, and even…
I’m thankful for all the different ways I can eat potatoes
Have you ever bullshitted an assignment so hard you basically laugh after every sentence you write
5 things we like about ourselves
1. I have a nice pussy
2. I am very loyal
3. I like my eyebrows
4. I am good at sex
5. I am an excellent cook
6. I like pillows
7. I like paxcon
(she’s so cute she forgot what the point of this post was)
Sugar ( this was really hard)
1. I look like a little boy
2. I’m good at taking care of people
3. I have a high pain tolerance
4. I can stay awake for many hours
5. I look good with short hair
FUCKING Gal Gadot wtf wtf I really thought Gina Torres was going to make it!!!! wtf fucking crying with disappointment!!!!!!
television show idea:
men who relentlessly pursue people with inappropriate messages on ok cupid are forced to read everything they’ve said in front of a live studio audience.
we need to talk about exceptional moments of violence, but it often seems to be all that we’re interested in. i want to talk about the mundanity of slow death in late capitalism. but you can’t make headlines from that, unless you’re doing some sort of longtitudinal look or want to shock with health stats. it’s also often harder to properly place “blame” for slow death, because in so many ways we are implicated in the slow death of so many others.
i cant get behind tearing MIA down bc she’s actually legitimately brilliant and anti-war, anti-us, anti-imperialism and your faves like beyonce and rihanna are amazing yeah but do they come from war torn places and talk about us imperialism?
she is the voice that i, as a brown muslim woman, can 100% get behind and support. and all hatred toward her is so vague and shady.
TRU. M.I.A. is forever my baby<3 ^,^
Hamed Sinno, the openly gay frontman of the Lebanese band Mashrou3 Leila, is gay. His gay voice represents the entire Arab world. Through his gay songs he captures the angst of the youth, singing about things no one gay has ever sung about in a gay way.