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1. He looked at her longingly, as he imagined her exotic, mashed potato skin laying gently against his.
2. She took off his shirt, his skin glistening in the sun like a glazed doughnut. The glaze part, not the doughnut part.
3. His eyes looked like eyes because they were eye-shaped, not almonds.
4. Mr. Darcy soon drew the attention of the room by his fine, tall-person, handsome features, and his crust of a Shepherd’s pie complexion.
5. “What’s your name?” he asked. “Mary,” she replied as the strap of her dress slipped off her marzipan shoulder.
6. She didn’t know it yet but the girl of her dreams had just walked in. Her eyes were radiant and her skin glowed with mozzarella undertones.
7. She was beautiful, elegant. Like a tall clear glass filled with raw pasta.
8. His body had the color and shape of raw ground beef.
9. He traced his fingers along her supple, cauliflower skin.
10. She stepped out of the car and and was delighted by the cool summer breeze that brushed against her legs. She had been sitting in the sun earlier and welcomed the relief of this fresh air on her mayonnaise legs.
11. She had brown, wiry hair and skin that can only be described as the color of the inside of an apple. The mushy ones not the cool, crisp ones.
12. She dove into the ocean, the blue waves enveloping her tapioca skin.
13. She was transfixed by the gleam of his uncooked chicken breast skin. So raw, so lumpy.
14. His bones were as brittle as a vanilla wafer.
15. Her beauty was indescribable, which means she’s white.
16. For the first time in his life, he found himself imagining a future together with someone. He was embarrassed to tell her this but he had never really been in love with the women he had dated. “Well who would play me in this rom-com of your life?” she teasingly inquired. “You have such beautiful olive skin,” he crooned, “so you can be a person of color or racially ambiguous in the book but definitely a white woman in the movie.”
In case you were wondering what Social Justice Racial Nutbags think of white people… here you go.
Which is to say… food. They apparently equate white people with food. Which makes me wonder if this isn’t just a super elaborate joke about the disproportionate numbers of “the Peoples of the Colors” on government assistance.
"Whenever I see that white girl my mind just races with images of food stamps".
Because… think about it, when have you ever heard of a black guy being described like food?
Tyrone walked into the supermarket, his skin glistening like baked eggplant.
Shaniqua had that air about her… and then I realized that her A1 Steak Sauce Skin would go great with my meat.
Mr. Chong examined the yoyos, trying to decide which to buy as a gift for his son, his face was crinkled like a patch of dried mustard.
Jim Walkingbear pulled up at the quickstop and hopped out, looking for all the world like a raw bratwurst.
Do you not see how fucking weird that is? Can you imagine someone INTENTIONALLY saying “I’ve got a good idea, I’m going to describe white people as assorted breakfast condiments today. Let’s see how it goes.”
I mean either we’re being put on by an elaborate racist prankster… or this asshole is fucking nuts.
If you think your mom overreacts just remember once my mom cancelled our trip to New York because I refused to eat the meatloaf she made
my mom accused me of selling my birth certificate and social security to the black market when she couldn’t find them
I remember this…
Chick got caught cheating on her bf so he put the child locks on the car and locked the girl inside with the roaches.
No woman deserves to go through this. I dont care if she was cheating, woman are allowed to express their sexuality and this is basically slut shaming. Her boyfriend was probably awful and abusive anyway.
Man cheats = emotionally abusive swine
Woman cheats = strong woman expressing her sexuality
CHEATING IS FUCKING CHEATING. WHEN YOU ARE IN A RELATIONSHIP WITH SOMEONE, YOU DEVOTE YOUR LOVE AND SELF TO THEM AND ONLY THEM. IT’S NOT FUCKING ‘EXPRESSING SEXUALITY.’ IT’S A GODDAMN BETRAYAL OF TRUST NO MATTER WHO THR FUCK YOU ARE.finally someone said it
I don’t know the couples’ story, but this is not slut shaming.
Beautiful revenge is all I see here
He has been identified by a female police officer as Aneto Serkaasien, the CEO of the Men’s Rights Movement and president of 4chan. The (female) police officer, who conveniently asked to remain anonymous (even though she is a very brave woman), claims that Aneto is very dangerous and armed with weapons of mass misogyny.
You might be saying, well Rachel, why are you picking on Anita. I’m not. I’m going to present some facts. Nothing more and nothing less.
One year ago Anita Sarkeesian had a massive amount of views on her videos even within the first day.
Now look at her most…
I personally would say he’s been raped three times, the third time being most recently with Gorr, not only because I am a terrible person, but because of the way the scene was presented and Thor’s reaction to it afterwards read like a rape to me. But that’s personal interpretation versus Lorelei and Moondragon, where he literally in the text is mind controlled by two different women and forced to have sex with them without his consent.
And it does really irk me that both of those instances aren’t treated as rape and brushed off because Thor is a man and one of the strongest characters in the Marvel universe. It’s one of my really fucking huge issues with the Agents of Shield episode with Lorelei. She raped those men. She raped Ward, and it’s not treated as such. It’s brushed off. Hell, they have Ward vaguely apologize possibly for being raped. It’s gross, and symptomatic of the larger societal issue with rape culture and the silencing of male rape victims. And it also is really fucking sexist. Because people don’t believe women can be rapists and aren’t a threat, and that men always want to have sex and can’t be forced into having it without their consent. You can also see this because the one time Thor has a noticeable victim’s reaction to being violated, his aggressor is male, or well presumably male Gorr came across as a dude to me, and it was much more violent in appearance with Thor being bloody and chained in a cave. It outwardly looks more like what people would think a rape looks like versus the women controlling his mind and telling him to want to have sex with them and doing so. There’s a huge issue with people not realizing that lack of consent = rape, not just the sort of lack of consent where someone holds a gun to your head and holds you down, but also the sort of lack of consent when you’re under the influence of drugs or alcohol or are unable to say no. Which in a comics setting, includes mind control of any sort. And because of this, Thor’s rapes weren’t presented as such, and they don’t have him react to it as such.
But back to Thor specifically being a rape victim, there’s a trend with him to sometimes be at the receiving end of the sort of sexualized violence that is usually reserved for women, and it’s something that I’ve always been really fascinated by though I’m not sure exactly why it’s happening or if it’s even a conscious narrative decision. Villains often comment about his looks, I can’t tell you how many times someone has called him pretty as a way to try and demean him or commented on his hair, even the good characters call him Goldilocks. I’m playing Marvel Puzzle Quest right now and there’s an entire mission series with Juggernaut who keeps wanting to fight Thor and gets progressively more and more angry that he’s not and it’s Goldilocks and princess and the like coming from him. So this is something that happens fairly often. While Thor is fairly indestructible, his clothing sure is not. And I can think of two scenes off the top of my head where it seriously looks like he is about to be gangbanged by a group of enemies who are fighting him and Thor is actually drawn to look sensual in the middle of it. If this is a trend that happens with other men in the Marvel universe and not solely a Thor thing, I’d love to know.
I suppose he’s a safe choice for letting that sort of violence happen to him. Thor is huge. He’s pretty much all powerful. Nothing that happens to him is going to make him seem weak in the reader’s eyes, or to other characters. He’s not going to be diminished or seen as broken the way a woman or a more feminine seeming man would be if the same things were done to them.
It’s also part of an overall issue with a lot of the writing for Thor, in that a lot of seriously terrible things happen to him, are done to him, are perpetrated against him, often by people whom he loves and trusts, and he’s never really given any sort of emotional breathing room to react to these things. It’s really egregious in the MCU, where Thor is given almost no time to react or grieve or anything in response to any of the trauma he goes through. It’s a lot of fucking trauma, btw, and bless Hemsworth for all of the feeling and depth he puts into Thor’s eyes and few quiet moments because they are painful. It’s why Thor: God of Thunder blows me away sometimes because we finally get to see those moments where Thor breaks down and feels. There is just this really wrong sense that because Thor is so powerful and a god that nothing can touch him, nothing can cause him emotional hurt and that’s awful. Just because someone’s physically strong doesn’t mean they’re invulnerable mentally or emotionally. I often remark it’s amazing Thor turned out to be such a good man because his upbringing and his experiences could just have easily turned him into a villain. Look at Loki.
Kevin Sorbo: SHUT UP, ATHEISTS!
[TW: New Atheism, colonialism] OK I agree most Christians are mislead HOWEVER promoting atheism is extremely colonial since the West is waging war on many religions esp. Islam so making statements against God IS a form of colonialism.
It is time for human beings of all raves and cultures to give up superstitions and embrace reality. If that belief somehow makes me a colonialist by your bizarre logic, then so be it.