line from the austere academy that they better keep in the show. okay, so olaf is wearing a turban for his disguise (i kno, it’s racist), but he’s like, “That’s quite alright… I’m used to religious persecution.”
like handler has said that all his characters are jewish by default, so yes, olaf likely has experienced religious persecution (or his parents did) because of this. of course, it’s really not okay that anyone experiences religious persecution, but for him to say that… it makes you think. or it makes me think. or it’s 2:15 AM, my anxiety is skyrocketing, and I should probably sleep but i already took a nap.
summary: Teaching art at JYP High School, you find yourself in a troubling predicament. You need to teach your students how to draw the male anatomy, but the model you hired didn’t show up! Luckily for you, Mr. Tuan is right across the hall and is willing to help out a fellow teacher.
This is a collaboration with my fellow hoe, @kawaii-hedgehog She is legit an awesome writer and artist. She slays like the Jackson hoe she is. We decided we’re going to be writing this scenario together for the first time, combining our two dirty, trashy minds together to create this masterpiece. And there’s going to be a part two! So, anticipate that. As for warnings, none really. A very slight smut warning, but that’s pretty much it. Enjoy, ya nasties!!
Both of our asks are open, so feel free to request anything!
(Y/n) loved kids, which is probably why she loved her job. She taught art, one of her favorite classes growing up. Art was soothing and relaxing, and her students seemed to think so too. She never really gave out homework unless the seniors acted up in class, which was a rare occurrence. She was a fun teacher, one that took everyone’s opinion and ideas into consideration and didn’t suppress their creativity.
And yet as much as she loved her job, there were several downsides to her occupation. One was the fact that sleep deprivation welcomed her with open arms; grading papers, entering her students in contests, and helping with other school activities kept her busy. Another drawback of teaching was having to deal with stuck-up teenagers who always thought they were at the top of the food chain. Granted, not all of her students were like that, but there was always a small handful who gave her crap. Arrogance and disrespect were by no means tolerated by her, so she often gave them a hard time.
A pushback post dedicated to those who think the Formation lyrics don't match the video.
“Do you fools listen to or do you just skim through it.” - Jay Z, “Renegade”
Let me start this by saying I’m not a Beyonce stan. I wouldn’t even classify myself as a fan. I’ve never owned any of her albums, including the Destiny’s Child ones (unless I claim my college roommate owning and constantly playing the No, No, No single back in the 90s). However, I do respect Beyonce as a black woman, as an artist, and someone who has a ridiculous work ethic. And she does have songs I like (my favorite being Flaws and All. The writing and feeling of that song is dope as hell) With that said, I see a lot of people confused by the lyrics of Beyonce’s new song “Formation.” While it’s funny to make memes about Red Lobster (the man looking in the mirror telling himself to “Get back in there and earn that Red Lobster” is my favorite), it’s important to note that the Red Lobster reference goes along with the theme of the song. I keep seeing people type how the lyrics don’t match the video. I don’t agree at all. This song is Black Girl Magic at it’s core. It’s Carefree Black Girl at it’s core. It’s being unapologetically Black. And being those things in this society is an act of rebellion. Let me go a bit further.
“Y'all haters corny with that illuminati mess Paparazzi, catch my fly, and my cocky fresh”
She starts the song addressing all the YouTube comments about her being in the illuminati. Every time someone makes it big now, YouTube commenters can’t wait to find reasons to show how they’re in the illuminati. If you wink at the camera, that’s an eye over the pyramid reference and it means you’re in the illuminati. Hell, YouTube commenters have said that Kai is in the illuminati because she has viral videos on YouTube. It’s disrespectful. We’ve all watched Beyonce from the days she was working with Kelly, Latavia (I used to be in love with her… Hey boo! **insert winky emoji**), Letoya, and Wyclef. up to the present. She’s worked HARD and saying she got where she is because she’s in the some secret society is lazy thinking by lazy people who don’t have her work ethic. They haven’t made it where they want to be, so there has to be some secret society others belong to when they make it. She deads that shit from the start.
“I’m so reckless when I rock my Givenchy dress (stylin’) I’m so possessive so I rock his Roc necklaces”
Again, carefreeness. “I’m reckless with what I want. AND I love and rep my man. Say something. I dare you!” Shoutout to the cocky black women who don’t give a damn what others think. Again, that’s an act of rebellion.
“My daddy Alabama, Momma Louisiana You mix that negro with that Creole make a Texas bamma I like my baby hair, with baby hair and afros I like my negro nose with Jackson Five nostrils Earned all this money but they never take the country out me I got a hot sauce in my bag, swag”
Do I really need to break this down? She’s letting you know what it is. Don’t get it twisted. THIS is WHO I am. Also, “don’t come for Blue’s hair or me or my man’s black features ANYMORE.”
(interlude by Messy May + Big Freedia) "Oh yeah baby, oh yeah I, ohhhhh, oh yes I like that I did not come to play with you hoes, haha I came to slay, bitch I like cornbreads and collard greens, bitch Oh yes, you besta believe it”
See above. Stays with the theme.
Then there’s a repeat of the first verse followed by the chorus. I could break down the chorus, but it’s pretty self explanatory.
“When he fuck me good I take his ass to Red Lobster, cause I slay When he fuck me good I take his ass to Red Lobster, cause I slay If he hit it right, I might take him on a flight on my chopper, cause I slay Drop him off at the mall, let him buy some J’s, let him shop up, cause I slay I might get your song played on the radio station, cause I slay I might get your song played on the radio station, cause I slay You just might be a black Bill Gates in the making, cause I slay I just might be a black Bill Gates in the making”
So this seems to be where the confusion lies. “What does fucking her man, and Red Lobster have to do with this song?” Um, EVERYTHING. It fits the theme. She’s not talking about some random ass dude. She’s talking about her Black husband. And while Bey and Jay can afford to go to any restaurant on Earth, she says Red Lobster for a reason. For the same reason she mentioned keeping Hot Sauce in her bag (swag!). Red Lobster was the spot you took your boo when you thought you were being fancy back in the day. It’s such a “ghetto" idea nowadays, but back in the day you were hood/country ballin if you took bae to Red Lobster (call me ghetto, but I’m still hitting Red Lobster up for Endless Shrimp and Cheddar Biscuits. I am who I am damnit). It’s hood/country like carrying hot sauce in your purse. It’s also a power move in the sense that SHE’S taking bae out, not reverse. She has her own and if SHE’S pleased, SHE’S making that move.
She follows that theme up with a straight power move, but same concept. If SHE’S pleased she’s taking him on a chopper ride. If SHE’S pleased she’ll toss his ass a couple crumbs and tell him to go get some J’s. She could’ve easily said some fancy ass designer by she said J’s for a reason. It keeps true to hood/country wants/needs reminding us all of WHO she is.
Want more black girl magic/power? Well she has that too. I can get YOUR shit played on the radio if I choose (I feel bad here because she bout to get hella struggle Soundcloud links in her Twitter mentions). Why can she makes these things happen? Because she slays damnit. Black girl magic… Carefree black girl. The theme stays consistent.
Lastly, and this may be my favorite part of the song. She could’ve chosen any rich white billionaire to say here. Her and Jay are close to Warren Buffet so it makes sense to use him right? Nah! Bill Gates. Gates is famous for his philanthropy. So why she could just sit back and be a rich baddie with a powerful rich husband and adorable daughter, she’s saying that’s not enough. She’s about to start speaking. She’s putting her power into play for something more. The proof of that is in the video. The proof is having a dozen black women with afros and black berets, on the 50th anniversary of the formation of the Black Panther Party and only a few miles away from where they started, on stage at the Superbowl singing this song knowing backlash will come. The proof of that is the money they’ve reportedly used to fund BLM issues on the low low. The proof of that is this new world tour raising money for Flint. It reminds me of her husband’s reflection on his song “Minority Report” which was about the guilt he felt after not helping as much as he could after Katrina.
“Left them on they porches, same old story in New Orleans Silly rappers, cause we got a couple Porsches MTV stopped by to film our fortresses We forget the unfortunate Sure, I ponied up a mil’ but I didn’t give my time So in reality I didn’t give a dime Or a damn, I just put my monies in the hands Of the same people that left my people stranded”
While there are clear BLM themes in the video (which I love), this song is about being Black Unapologetically. And she’s not waiting until she falls off and has less to lose to say and be this. She’s at the height of her career. She’s damn near on MJ icon level (before you start spazzing, I said DAMN NEAR). The timing of this is important. Years from now we’ll look back on this and realize how amazing that Superbowl moment was. People will talk about how much pride this gave them. Shoutout to Beyonce for this.
Finally, let us not forget the finals words of the song which lead me to believe this is just the beginning….
"Girl I hear some thunder Golly this is that water boy, oh lord”
Idk if y’all noticed this but look at how he’s pointing at the small Roots varsity jacket on the racks. I can only assume it’s for Jeremiah or Jermaine (im not sure which??) , his nephew. He’s like: “do you think he’ll like it?” And I can imagine someone from the crew saying “awwh you wanna match with him” or something of the sort and he’s like “I’m gonna take it, we’ll be slaying these hoes together” in the second picture. Idk and idc it’s soo freaking sweet and unless abel has a baby we didn’t know about then it’s for his nephew 😭