people with people

the amount of ignorant people in this world is disgusting. and it’s sad that it’s not possible to educate every single person. what i’m referring to rn is specifically people who keep making dog-eating jokes about asians and i’m SICK OF IT. they’re like “oh its just a joke.” like no, you’re an ignorant dumbass. the majority of china actually doesn’t agree with the dog festival happening. there’s actually a small population that eats dog on a daily basis. and it’s actually illegal to serve dog meat in hong kong and taiwan. and also, there are even other non-asian countries that have eaten dog in the past for survival and even farmers in those countries are still doing that TODAY. but no, everyone thinks that all asians eat dog. people think that theres going to secretly be dog meat at chinese restaurants in america. like no, you’re fucking ignorant. and if you think its just a joke, you don’t realize who you’re hurting. 

Y'all…I actually lost some followers for being against Trump’s trans military ban because some people still believe that being trans is a disorder. Like fuck off mate. This is like the time I got angry anons for saying that Muslim fathers are just as capable of being good fathers to their daughter as every other race or group. “Don’t defend people who keep their daughters in a sexist religion” THE FUCK YOU MEAN.

To the people who are against trans rights, why were you even following this page in the first place honestly?? What even.

THE QUEEN IDENTITY || COMING SOON

He wakes up half-dead on a fishing vessel in the North China Sea with no name and no memory of how he got there or why his body is coated in scars. Except he knows things. He acts on instinct and can snap somebody’s neck. He’s fluent in six languages–at least, the six he’s used so far. And he knows how to hunt. He just doesn’t know who’s hunting him. The implant in his hip sends him to a bank account; and the bank account finally gives him a name that bears no meaning: Oliver Queen. At the U.S. Consulate in Hong Kong, Oliver meets and befriends fellow traveler Felicity. Together, they go on the run and scour Asia, following the trail of clues that leads to his past…and their future. 

Excerpt:

“Doesn’t one of these names…speak to you more than the others?”

He frowns grimly. “Not really.”

She nods very seriously, as though he’s given her some truly life-altering information to consider. And in a way, he supposes he has. “Well, personally, I don’t think you look like an Alexi.”

He smiles a little, strangely pleased to hear her say that. “Yeah? So what do I look like then?”

“Hmm.” Her eyebrows pull together again in their endearing way as she flips through the passport books, before finally settling on one. Her entire face changes when she finds the one–finds him–her gaze lighting up like a soft, easy sunrise.

Slowly, he takes the little booklet from her outstretched hand, his fingertips brushing against hers. When he opens it, he huffs a short laugh, feeling oddly relieved. Oliver Queen.

TRC ask game
  • Gansey: Do you have a fav historical figure?
  • Blue: Favorite constellation?
  • Ronan: Favorite animal?
  • Adam: Your proudest achievement to date?
  • Noah: Do you believe in ghosts?
  • Henry: Do you prefer writing, speaking, or some other form of communication?
  • Orla: Do you paint your nails? What's your fav color?
  • Declan Lynch: What's your dream job?
  • Aurora Lynch: What do you look for in a romantic partner?
  • Niall Lynch: Do you have any recurring dreams?
  • Ashley: Do you have knowledge about any topics people wouldn't expect you to?
  • Neeve: Would you ever want to be famous?
  • Matthew Lynch: What's your favorite season?
  • Helen Gansey: Do you have any siblings?
  • Aglionby Academy: What's your favorite subject in school?
  • Mountain View: What's your attitude toward school?
  • Nino's Pizza: What's your fav pizza order?
  • Litchfield House: Do you prefer having lots of friends or only a small few?
  • 300 Fox Way: What's the most magical place you've ever been?
  • Monmouth Manufacturing: Is your room messy or neat? Do you make your bed regularly?
  • Cabeswater: What's your dream vacation destination?
  • Henrietta: Describe your hometown.
  • St. Agnes: When's the last time you saw your whole family?
  • The Barns: Describe a memory of yours from childhood.
  • The Grey Man: Describe your ideal date.
  • Maura Sargent: If you were lost somewhere, who would you want to find you?
  • Persephone Poldma: Have you had any important mentors or teachers?
  • Calla Johnson: What's your favorite thing to drink?
  • Mallory: Coffee or Tea?
  • Colin Greenmantle: What languages do you speak?
  • Piper Greenmantle: Chapstick, Lipstick, or Lipgloss?
  • Jesse Dittley: What's your favorite flower?
  • Whelk: What's your biggest regret?
  • Kavinsky: Are you easily distracted?
  • Opal Lynch: Describe your best friend.
  • The Pig: What's your dream car?
  • The BMW: Do you consider yourself a good driver?
  • White Mitsubishi: What's the most dangerous thing you've ever done?
  • The Hondayota: Do you have any goals you are working towards?
  • The Dream Pig: If you were going a road trip, what would be your top 3 must-see destinations?
  • Gwenllian: What's your fav song/album/artist to listen to right now?
  • Glendower: What time period in the past would you want to live in?
  • Chainsaw: Do you have any pets?
  • Boat shoes: What quirks do you have that make you unique?

नेकी कर दरिया में डाल

This is my one of my favourite Hindi quotes.

It means to do good deeds and forget about them.

But it literally translates to: do good deeds and throw them them in the sea.

Maybe because once it’s in the sea it’s not reachable, you can’t get it out, you can’t access it.
It’s gone.
It’s done.
Move on.
Maybe do some more good stuff.

There shouldn’t be a sense of entitlement.
A sense of pride.
Of wanting praise and recognition.

Because is that why you do good things?
If yes, then how wholeheartedly do you even do them?

Everybody stays shush about the bad stuff.
That’s what gave rise to the concept of secrets, right?
But why do most people search for a loudspeaker the moment they complete doing something good?

Can we really not find in ourselves to help others, especially those in desperate need without expecting anything in return?
Even likes on social media?

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