Friday Project - Taxonomy of F*ck.
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Dear all racist Americans,
First, Nina Davuluri is Indian, not an Arab or Egyptian. These are different countries, with different languages, cultures and customs. Please check your Atlas.
Second, Nina Davuluri is not a Muslim. She is a Hindu. For those of you ignorant to not know what these are, they are separate religions, with very different beliefs. Therefore, Nina Davuluri is not a terrorist, and had nothing to do with 9/11.
Also, did you know that not all Muslims are terrorists? I know, shocker, right?
Third, she is born an American. If you can have a black president, why can’t you have a brown Miss America?
And finally, by the same logic, you white people are of European descent and therefore have no right to win Miss America, either, correct? Only native Americans should be allowed to run, right?
Ten Germans try to say the word “Squirrel”
This made my night.
Sue Drummond and her Maltese-Shih Tzu mix Bibi set off for a walk by the water in Melbourne, Australia, she had no idea that it could be Bibi’s last. But with furious winds estimated at 60 mph, Bibi was suddenly blown right off the pier and into the rough waters below. “I thought he was going to sink and then maybe I wouldn’t be able to find him,” Drummond told Australia’s Courier Mail. “But I didn’t really want to hop in the water either because I wasn’t quite sure if I could make it to shore with a struggling dog.” Drummond watched as Bibi helplessly tried to doggy paddle back to the pier.
Then out of nowhere, a bystander named Raden Soemawinata stripped down to his underwear and shirt and jumped in to save the pup. Soemawinata, 20, was on the pier for a family ceremony to scatter his grandmother’s ashes when he saw the dog struggling and plunged in after him. Though he’s being hailed as a hero, Soemawinata says saving the dog wasn’t especially brave. “It was pretty cold and windy but it wasn’t such a hard decision to jump in,” he told Australia’s Daily Telegraph“It wasn’t such a great feat. I’m a part-time model, so getting into my jocks isn’t so different to what I do for work.”
Hot guys saving puppies what a wonderful world we live in
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them limited edition print coming soon! (source)
#my life in 5 words, 14 letters, and one bracketed action
Under no circumstances can I say this is not ridiculously funny.