her dress changes color to that of your blog
this is lovely
she has a snowflake patterned dress this is great
Miley speaks for us all.
This is for the Re-Dex Initiative. Long overdue!!!!!!!
Hopefully I’m not breaking the rules with two pictures. o7o;;
I DON’T KNOW YOU
DON’T TOUCH ME I’M BIG
when u accidentally hurt ur friends feelings and they insist that its fine but u know it isnt
There is a difference between the commodification and commercialization of women’s bodies filtered for male consumption in the media, the women expressing their own sexuality and pride in their bodies on their own terms and for their own self empowerment.
Velma is having none of your vampire shit today.
Zhang Xiangxi creates complete new worlds inside hollow TV sets
Relative to my obsession with dioramas.
Related to what I want to do when I grow up
This, too, is forced perspective.
Bender: And, otherwise, I can never die?
Gypsy: Who said that?! Sure you can die! You want to die? [Pulls out a gun.
Bender: No! I wanna live! There are still too many things I don’t own!
Racism in popular culture.
I love the cartoon Futurama, but I remember this episode.
Figures like this - fortune-telling women in turbans with a specific type of look and accent - are often not referred to right out as “gypsies”, but we all know what they are supposed to be.
This is racist and anti-ziganist.
Gypsies - Rroma and real Traveller people - do not have psychic abilities. We are real people, not caricatures. When a Rroma/Walking Person does resort to fortune telling, it is as a person of color being forced to conform to racist stereotypes of their own people in order to survive.
This happens disturbingly often. My own grandmother did tarot readings with gadje for money when times got tough, but she always told me, if she caught me doing anything similar, she would tan my own hide.
I decided that his gas clouds would be condensing mercury.
Three times a week, Real Bronx Tours takes riders — mainly white Europeans and Australians — on a trip that includes stops at food-pantry lines and a “pickpocket” park.
Last week, on the first stop of the $45 tour, guide Lynn Battaglia, from Pittsburgh, pointed out a housing project. She then mocked the Grand Concourse, modeled after a Parisian boulevard.
“Do you feel like we’re on the Champs-Elysées?” she teased a couple from Paris.
As the bus idled across from historic St. Ann’s Episcopalian Church, Battaglia launched into a description of the crime, poverty and violence that plagued the South Bronx during the 1970s recession.
Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz slammed the guide as “the biggest fool on the planet.”
“They should tell people about The Bronx that we all know, and that’s The Bronx that’s had the lowest crime rate since 1963 last year,” he said.
“To have foreigners come and gawk at a long line of people who are less fortunate than they are and to make money off of that and to view them as they are some sort of entertainment is pretty disgusting.”
this is disgusting.
Ghetto Tours…… just FYI, this is why I don’t like people. This shit right here.