brandi quiñones at atelier versace f/w 1994
i mean i dont really give a shit if male asam youtube stars make farces out of themselves. they can further destroy the image of asambromales for all i damn care. what infuriates me is the sheer level of misogny, transphobia, homophobia, anti-blackness, racism, classism, heteronormativity, body shaming, ableism, eastasian privilege, etc that they keep fucking reproducing. and the fact that asam viewers just eat it up and and internalize that shit and reproduce it themselves.
|white person:||*runs out of style and creativity*|
|white person:||i wonder what the blacks are up to|
This movie is so fucking underrated god damn
okay for real though the part where the old lady shoots the ceiling down and you see all the rats in one place like that and you can’t see their faces makes me cringe… they look so dirty and stuff but when you zoom in and see them individually they’re cute again….
So I’m watching Ratatouille again because it’s my favorite freakin movie of all time and in the first couple minutes of him introducing himself and talking about how he appreciates humans because… “they don’t just survive they discover, they create, I mean just look what they do with food!” I just really feel this. I love food and seeing how certain people and certain cultures make their food and I just feel really privileged that I can experience delicious, well prepared food and that I don’t just have to eat so that I can fill my stomach. I can choose what flavors I can eat. I dunno I just… have a lot of feelings about this movie and about food and I just… yeah late night thoughts
Don’t do it
but i wanna play animal crossing and fire emblem and super smash brooooooosssssssss :(((
U know why white people are always mixed up in bad juju with ghosts and stuff??
It’s because whenever they go to an Asian restaurant they stick their damn chopsticks in their bowls of rice and invite all sorts of bad spirits into their lives because they don’t know better
Maxine Hong Kingston is recognized for her contributions as a writer. Her novels and non-fiction have examined how the past influences our present, and her voice has strengthened our understanding of Asian American identity, helping shape our national conversation about culture, gender, and race.
Maxine Hong Kingston is the author of memoirs and fiction, including The Fifth Book of Peace, The Woman Warrior, China Men, Tripmaster Monkey, I Love a Broad Margin to My Life, and Hawai’i One Summer. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including the National Book Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award for Nonfiction, the PEN West Award for Fiction, an American Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Literature, and a National Humanities Medal, as well as the title of “Living Treasure of Hawai’i.” She is senior lecturer for creative writing at the University of California, Berkeley.
my dad told me that I can get a 3ds when my gpa is 3.0