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OHHHH MY GODDDD I THOUGHT SHE WAS GONNA DO BLACK FACE BUT IT TURNED OUT SO MUCH BETTER THAN I EXPECTED

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This is too fucking good

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We’re not bad people. We just come from a bad place.

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Also the brioche at Starbucks is actually more a pain aux raisins (or escargot if you call it that) and I’m still not over that mistake.

Finally picked up some business casual clothes today and found trousers that aren’t plain that fit!!!!

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when you tell a funny joke and no one laughs: 

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Some of my favourite hijab moments

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it doesn’t carry the same weight? you didn’t have to spend your childhood worried about people making fun of your mom and grandma when they came to pick you up? purposely not bringing your own food from home because people would tease you? getting told “you’re the only cool indian i…

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yellowxperil:

San Francisco Chinese Restaurant Temporarily Closes Because White Gentrifiers are Annoying and Entitled

A series of customer complaints angered the chef-owner of the small Chinese restaurant so much that he chose to shut the doors, albeit, temporarily, SF Eater reports.

“We are closed because of you (customers),” one sign read.

“So…yes we use MSG, we don’t believe in organic food, and we don’t give a shit about gluten free,” a sign directly below the first proclaims.

The chef tells KGO-TV that he made the signs because he was tired of catering too hard to satisfy patrons.

To illustrate his frustration, he explained one of the incidents that led to the closure:

“The second guy came up to me and said, ‘The rule is, if we don’t like it we don’t have to pay.’ And as he walked out he started cursing at me and that’s when I went ‘poof’,” the chef says.

An employee with the restaurant told the SF Eater that another incident occurred just prior. In that case, the party refused to pay for their meals after saying the food was “too spicy.”

(To quickly address the stigmatization of MSG- it is racist bullshit)

TOO SPICY OH OK

TOO SPICY

Too. Spicy.

White people are just collectively useless in San Francisco.

Oh man this post has me riled up. Don’t go to a restaurant, order something, and complain because the restaurant used their style of cooking with their ingredients. You’re the shitty ass customer that can’t cook your own diet, gluten free, no msg, sugarfree, carb free bullshit for yourselves. Restaurants don’t choose you to be a customer, customers choose restaurants because they want to try it. You can shove your business 101 up your ass and try running your own damn restaurant.

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Production DesignBeyond the Black Rainbow (2010)

There were many films that inspired the look of the film. […] a certain few come to mind: Phantasm, Electroma, Suspiria, THX 1138, Dark Star, etc. - cinematographer Norm Li; P.D. by Bob Bottieri

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notyourgramma:

Here’s what Shakespeare’s plays sounded like with their original English accent

Fascinating

I did a workshop on this last year. Fascinating stuff.

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Come with me. With me you will behold terrible wonders.

Penny Dreadful 1.01 ‘Night Work’

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I wonder what it’s like to have close friend(s) you can talk to about almost anything.