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anonymous asked:

I swear I'm not trying to offend anyone. But whenever Latinas or black asian girls etc say teir proud of their ethnicity.. It's okay, but when a white girls says shes proud to be white its racist?? Like i saw a latina wearing a shirt that said latinas. But thought to myself if i had i shirt that sad white girls. I'd probably get backlash. Is it the history behind whites or...?

Y'all. Are. Celebrated. In. Everything. Let us have pride in our races and ethnicities without you asking these hypothetical questions and feeling upset that the society doesn’t cater to you more than it already does. Damn.

-Mar

anonymous asked:

I swear I'm not trying to offend anyone. But whenever Latinas or black asian girls etc say teir proud of their ethnicity.. It's okay, but when a white girls says shes proud to be white its racist?? Like i saw a latina wearing a shirt that said latinas. But thought to myself if i had i shirt that sad white girls. I'd probably get backlash. Is it the history behind whites or...?

Because white pride originated in white supremacy and pride for groups of color originated in survival and empowerment.

Eon

Da luv of Den nd Fil Pt.3

Et wuz a suny sumer dey

Fil wuz welkin dewn da stret

he gos en2 a cleb

Fil ses somtin bootiful

Den

‘wo es dis boii?’ Fil thot

Den wuz dencin

un a poll

ulmust neked

Fil gits clusr 2 Den

Den luks et Fil

“u wunt a dince bby” Den eskd

“yeh” Fil sed

Den gus 2 Fil nd pits hes hinds on Fils wast

dey dence

dey dence ull nite

Den pot hes hed on Fils shuldr

dey slew denced 2 Zeyn Melek’s niw sulu

Den wesprd en Fils eer

“dnt luk arund cuz luv es blend”

Fil strted 2 cri teirs ef joy

Den kesed Fil

“wel u b meh boiifriened” Fil asced Den

“yeh bby, i wel” Den sed

Dey wint 2 Fils huse nd hid sax ull nite

Da ind

Part 2 

Part 4

Moshi moshi

I had to check Mason’s information as from learning Japanese I only know you say “moshi moshi” on the phone if you are the one to speak first (i.e. you don’t reply with this set phrase). Ah, and to attract somebody’s attention when they are lost in teir thoughts.

So, good news. It’s true, just twisted a little bit to suit the story. 

もしもし(moshi moshi) is  もし twice.  もし comes from the verb  申す(moosu) which means “to speak”.  Even today “moshi moshi” is used to attract somebody’s attention on the street (to give back a dropped object, that kind of situation), to start a conversation. By saying “moshi” twice the speaker indicates that he/she is human. 

As Mason said, kitsunes and other youkai (spirits) have difficulty with language and can’t pronounce “moshi” twice in a row. 

If you reply to youkai’s one “moshi”, the spirit will steal your soul. (The white triangle headband and the kimono wrapped to the left side are signs of a ghost/dead person).