Q:Is your name Uma?
It is not! That is the name of an aunt of mine, oddly enough.
Anyways. I’m not really here. This is my real blog.
And maybe don’t follow me, weird anon. You’re weird.
The bad news: I’m ending this blog.
The good news: I’m moving over to this one! The Inebriated Fangirl. I don’t know, I just felt like I needed a change. Half the opinions that are immortalized in my archives…. I don’t think that way, anymore. And hey, new leaves are being turned over all over the place, might as well turn this one over as well.
everyone whose ever liked my blog….. follow me over there, thanks. This one is going to stop updating.
Also, if anyone feels like promoting my new blog, I won’t complain too hard. :)
themindislimitless replied to your post: stop following this durn blog and follow this one…
what if I follow both hmmmm
you’ll just get spammed with irritating notifications about how I’ve moved basically
ITS OKAY JUST CLICK UNFOLLOW
IT WILL ONLY HURT FOR A SECOND
Q:many eastern europeans or even white latin americans come from backgrounds that deal with war and the worse kind of opression, and they're also discriminated for their culture and their ethnicness in the US, and many of them may be confused for non-white people because they may not fit the stereotypical view of what whites look like. so to say that they're just victims of class privelege and have all the other same "race" priveleges as "white americans" isn't right in my opinion.
I’m struggling to understand why you’d put something like this in my inbox, seeing as how its been at least a week since I’ve written anything serious or race-related at all.
Buddy, I’m not your go-to controversial poc when you feel like picking a fight over the definition of privilege!
Also, we’re 23. I guess he’s 24, but she’s 23.
The three of us (and Zan) backpacked through India a few years ago, when we were all 18/19 years old, and they told everyone that they were married, just to avoid strange questions about why an unmarried couple was travelling together. Most people found that strange, that a couple so young (and still in college!) were married. Eventually, they started saying that they were siblings, because that first explanation just raised more questions.
But now, we’ve reached an age where you can start doing things like get married, and no one says anything about how strange it is. Its right about now that people actually begin to expect us all to start finding other people and settling down.
It all just feels…… terrifyingly grown-up.
by the way, I am OVER THE MOON HAPPY right now.
One of my best friends from college is engaged to his girlfriend. ENGAGED. He proposed to her on top of a damn mountain two days ago, and now they’re gonna get hitched. Both of them went to McGill with me and S., they both grew up in the same town as S., and he’s been S.’s best friend since they were in diapers.
He was in love with her from the moment she moved to their dinky little town on Vancouver Island, but she only relented and went out with him our first year of university. They’ve been together as long as S. and me were together, basically. He’s a grad student at Harvard studying theoretical physics (yeah, yeah, I know. he’s like, the smartest person I’ve ever met) and she just finished her masters in comparative religion at U of Ottowa and they live in Boston and she’s going to apply for law schools in the states, and they’re going to get married and have like, fifty babies, and hopefully they’ll let me babysit???
I’m just so friggin’ excited for the damn wedding.
I already told them that if they elope, they’re dead meat. This is going to be one hell of a party. I can’t wait to see all of our college friends, everyone’s scattered all over America and Canada and we haven’t been in the same place in so long. And its always a party when S.’s high school buddies get together. I’m ready to book my plane tickets NOW.
I have a Saturday FREE!!! what should I DOO????
I’m going to go see Batman, haven’t seen it yet. I KNOW ITS SHAMEFUL
Q:I can't decide whether I have a huge, raging crush on both you and Shae or whether I ship you together. Or both.
yeah, best message ever.
except don’t ship us together!!!!1 I mean, do, if you must, but we’re basically family. Shae’s practically my sister!