Just because someone doesn’t understand their privilege doesn’t automatically make them an asshole. They may just need someone to be patient with them and explain it. Jumping down their throat and assuming they’re purposefully being prejudiced without explaining things to them isn’t helpful at all.
I thought it would be cool if I actually got to know my followers (: Hi! I’m Keerat, 18, Canadian, and in university. I live in British Columbia, and it’s almost always raining here. The people in my city are a bit sleazy, and in September I’m moving in with my boyfriend, Carl. Who are you, and how are you doing?! :)
Hello, I’m CK. I generally use my phone to Tumbl so I don’t get my messages very often.
I’m currently in northeast Ohio, I grew up here but I travel quite a bit. People near where I am now are mostly just depressed. I like it here but it’s hard to find people that agree with me.
I play music, paint and write and am always looking to collaborate with people. More importantly I’m always looking for a new experience.
I can’t think of anything else important to say about me so I’ll just say thanks for the message, I like your blog and have a nice day =)
My friend: “I got the house to myself. There’s always people here I don’t know what to do, help.”
Me: “Walk around naked and put your dick in things.”
My friend: “I did that, and we’re all out of mashed potatoes.”
I’m going to start a band called “The Doppler Effect” and the concerts will involve my band mates and I playing our instruments while gliding across the venue on wires so each row hears only a few seconds of a song followed by varying amounts of silence depending on the slope of the building because I am a ROCK STAR and I refuse to go uphill more than once