dailydesigner:

Doherty Design Studio by A Friend of Mine.

reverseracism:

rubybellucci:

*gags*
*lights self on fire*

White Nonsense.

reverseracism:

rubybellucci:

*gags*

*lights self on fire*

White Nonsense.

[LADIES’CODE] KISS KISS 1st teaser

laughingsquid:

Adorable Japanese Food Pun Stickers
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Anonymous asked:
my point is every single j/k-pop artist has done/would do the exact same thing kkp did if they feel like it because cultural appropriation is not a thing over there and they wouldnt have a problem if u wear kimono/hanbok they'd be flattered if u do. they didn't commit genocide or enslave anybody so they don't have to deal with this racial sensitivity stuff.

clockenfrau:

I AM IN PHYSICAL PAIN

appropriation isn’t confined to a region, because appropriation is rooted in ignorance. One does not “get” to put on blackface and wear dreads because they “haven’t enslaved anyone.” In fact, the less they know about the culture they’re appropriating, the more attention they should pay to staying in their lane, right? Everyone needs to be dealing with “racial sensitivity stuff.” Do you think that in Korea and Japan blackface wouldn’t be as offensive to a POC? PREPOSTEROUS

AND

this whole “they’d be flattered” shit is SOOO dangerous and the comment reeks of privilege. “If me, a mighty white man, stooped to the level of these cute foreign people and wore their cultural garments (however incorrectly or inappropriately), they will LOVE it because it is a FUCKING HONOR for me to acknowledge their existence at all.”

It’s like expecting a Chinese person to light up if you address them with a shitty “Ni Hao”

ok but for real

good:

In 2001, New York City had over 1,000 outdated subway cars on its hands. When they were first introduced in 1959, the old Redbird trains were gorgeous machines, but after four decades of service, it was time for the battered cars to be permanently retired. But rather than take them to a slag heap to be salvaged for scrap or crushed into little metal cubes, the city took 619 of the cars, stripped them of their windows and oily undercarriages, steam cleaned them, and then hauled the 20,000 pound metal boxes down to Delaware on a freighter ship. Then they dumped them all into the sea.
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good:

In 2001, New York City had over 1,000 outdated subway cars on its hands. When they were first introduced in 1959, the old Redbird trains were gorgeous machines, but after four decades of service, it was time for the battered cars to be permanently retired. But rather than take them to a slag heap to be salvaged for scrap or crushed into little metal cubes, the city took 619 of the cars, stripped them of their windows and oily undercarriages, steam cleaned them, and then hauled the 20,000 pound metal boxes down to Delaware on a freighter ship. Then they dumped them all into the sea.

drinkingsomewine:

Don’t want to offend anyone but look at this

pocketmonster:

Too fucking real

pocketmonster:

Too fucking real

byrongraffiti:

Iconic

burgerwave:

oh my god

burgerwave:

oh my god

Sometimes I wish that I wasn’t so weird so that people could like me more.