feels-by-the-foot asked:

Aww, no. I'm white as can be, have studied Japanese my entire life, and now live and work in Tokyo at a Japanese company...but, I guess, my love for Japan in general makes me a shitlord. Thank you much for enlightening me! Your blog is always a joy, I have no idea how you come up with so much hilarious content!

fuckyourracism:

euthanizeallwhitepeople:

solaires-sun:

euthanizeallwhitepeople:

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Aww, look everyone at this pasty ass transparent gaijin.

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Aww, look at how she thinks she’s so hip and risky by being ~*~anti-feminism~*~ and ~*~anti-sjw~*~

Aww, look at how she’s just SO IN LOVE WITH JAPAN and that’s why she supports the appropriation and oppression of Japanese people (and reblogs stuff from Tumblr users who publicly make fun of Hiroshima / Nagasaki!) AWW SO MUCH LOVE

Aww, look at how she disregards that I never said anything about speaking or living in Japan being a problem, but she’s so tormented with white guilt that she feels the need to defend herself anyway!

Aww, look at how she’s trying to talk over a Japanese national and a person of Japanese ethnicity! But it’s okay because I LIVE IN JAPAN I WORK AT A JAPANESE COMPANY BECAUSE JAPANESE COMPANIES ARE IN JAPAN

Aww, look at how thousands of people know what a disgusting pee stained toilet brush she is!

Aww, the sooner you get the fuck out of my country the better!

So because someone wants to live and embrace another culture, that makes them a bad person?

Wow way to not read or even remotely pay attention.

I never said living in another country is bad. Appropriation of a culture is bad. Speaking over it’s people (as in the Japanese) is bad. Supporting Tumblr users who mock Hiroshima and Nagasaki is bad. Can you read? Do you need some glasses?

K: More proof whites will proudly proclaim how much they “love” our cultures but hate our people

chilling-inparadise asked:

So, my first question to you is, what is your idea/perception of identity? I know not too long ago you made a comment on twitter about "mixed" not being a race and I feel like although it's not a single race, it's a collection of them and (cont...)

madblackgirls:

Although mixed is not a race, you should embrace everything you are! I would be considered mixed, which I am. I identify as black, but I take part in all of my cultures. My father (who is not in my life) is also part Fillipino and so are other people on my mothers side so I take part in a lot of that culture as well.

Identity and race are not synonymous, whatever you feel comfortable claiming is what you are! :) Hope I could help.

punkrockgurl69:

yourataribaby:

videohall:

For some reason a bird speaking Japanese is mildly off putting.

> Literal translation

Bird:” ‘Uhm Hello, this is the Ono family.”

Bird: “What’s wrong?”

Owner: “Abe-chan, you’re a little too early. Once the phone’s picked up, then properly say hello.”

Bird: “Okay, understood.”

Owner: “Do you really understand? I’m counting on you. Hello, this is the Ono family residence in Gifu.”]

Bird: “Okay, I understand!”

Owner: “Got it.”

> That’s clearly some sort of Pokemon.

> Off-putting? It’s like birds were meant to speak Japanese!

> For some reason it’s never occurred to me that birds can mimic languages other than English. It’s so cool, though!

What is this bird? Like it speaks with such clarity and read her expression so fast?

This is fascinating

Natural (Afro) hair tip #102

howtobeterrell:

Afro or Kinky hair Loves H20 (longhair Aaron)

Grab a spray bottle.. Fill it with water.. Add a small amount of Aloe juice or coconut oil if you’re feeling jazzy.

And lightly spritz or mist your hair. From root to tip with your hands massage the water into your scalp and strands… U don’t want your hair to be soaking wet.. You want it damp. You should actually wait about 1 minute to let your hair absorb the water before you work it in.

Imma tell you like this …

- used as a prelude/introto a definitive no-nonsense statement

e.g. “Imma tell you like this…you better not ever call me a thot again in your life”

(via blackproverbs)