This party was actually not nearly as fun as the pictures make it seem
But everyone I love being together again was rad
I woke up with a strange tattoo, not sure how I got it, not a dollar in my pocket 💁
England. I have v important people there and I’ve heard it’s beautiful
Wales bc I adore the accents
I honestly don’t have any tbh
I don’t feel guilty about anything I like
|Espresso:||Describe your usual morning routine.|
|Decaf:||Impersonate one of your friends.|
|Macchiato:||Name two things you think go well together and why.|
|Latte:||List three aspects of your personality that you love.|
|Flat White:||Confess the most recent crime you committed.|
|Iced:||Make the weirdest face you can.|
|Cappuccino:||Describe your ideal wedding.|
|Drip:||Post a photo of a stuffed animal you own.|
|Mocha:||Name one of your guilty pleasures.|
|Doppio:||List two of your dream travel locations and why.|
|Black:||Recall the worst insult you've ever received.|
|Americano:||Post a photo of your favorite outfit.|
|Kopi:||Describe an incident when you tried something new.|
Nicki minaj is an excellent and dynamic rapper, lyrically and stylistically, she’s topped charts in a male dominated space, she started from the absolute bottom and knows how to hustle and work her image, I don’t care wether you care for her style of music or not but if you dismiss her as a trash artist I’m gonna heavily side eye you
Exactly! “POC” lumps everyone that isn’t white into the same category, thus ignoring and erasing the individual circumstances that are unique to each race and ethnicity.
I was always taught that “coloured” or “of colour” were racist and derogatory.
I relate to this bc I don’t like being called a “POC” but it’s a term people use to be politically correct. most of the time I feel that when people say “POC” they mean “black people.” black people problems are not latinx problems and latinx problems aren’t black people problems (except for those who are black and latinx).
It’s strange that it’s considered a politically correct term in the US, since nobody in the UK ever uses it (perhaps because it is viewed as racist)
SEE I KNEW OTHER PEOPLE HATED THE WORD “POC”
I personally can’t stand it either. Gives me too much racist vibes (1950s much?). I just like people to be referred to as their race/ethnicity.
I’m so glad I’m not the only one who feels this way. I feel it completely erases my ethnic identity while creating more unnecessary tension between non-white and whites.