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    1.Put your music player of choice on shuffle and list the first 10 songs

    2.If you could spend a week anywhere in the world, where would it be and why? Would you take anyone with you?

    3. Do you have connections to any celebrities (even minor)? List them.

    4. Name 3 items you could pick up from where you are.

    5. What brand logo is closest to you currently?

    6. Do you ever play board games or other non-computer games? Got any favourites?

    7. A musical artist you love that isn’t well known

    8. A musical artist you love that is well known

    9.What is your desktop background currently?

    10. Last person you talked to, and through what you talked to them

    11. First colour name you can think of that isn’t in the rainbow

    12. What musical artists have you seen perform live?

    13. Does virginity matter to you?

    14. What gaming consoles do you or your family own?

    15. What pets do you have? What are their names?

    16. What’s the best job you’ve ever had?

    17. What’s the worst job you’ve ever had?

    18. What magazines do you read, if any?

    19. Inspiration behind your URL?

    20. Inspiration behind your blog title?

    21. Favourite item of clothing?

    22. Are you friends with any exes?

    23. Name at least one book you loved as a child.

    24. What’s your native language? If that language has distinct regional variations, which variation? (eg. AU English, US English)

    26. Is there anything hanging on the walls of the room you are currently in?

    27. What’s your favourite number, and why?

    28. Earliest moment in your life you can remember?

    29. What did you have for dinner yesterday?

    30. How often do you brush your teeth?

    31. What’s your favourite candy/chocolate?

    32. Have you had other blogs on Tumblr? Do you have any other blogs currently?

    33. If you were suddenly really hungry, what would you choose to eat?

    34. What fandoms would you consider yourself a part of?

    35. If you could study anything, what would it be?

    36. How would you describe your sense of humour?

    37. What things annoy you more than anything else?

    38. What kind of position are you in at the moment?

    39. Do you wear much jewelry?

    40. Last 3 blogs on your dashboard, not including any of your own

    41. What do you carry your money in?

    42. Do you enjoy driving? Why or why not?

    43. Longest drive you have ever been on?

    44. Furthest away from home you have ever been?

    45. How many times have you moved house?

    46. What is on the floor of the room you’re currently in, not including furniture?

    48. Is there is anything that is guaranteed to always make you happy?
    Is there anything that always makes you sad?

    49. What programs do you currently have open?

    50. What do you associate the colour red with?

    51. Last strong smell you can remember smelling?

    52. Last healthy thing you ate?

    53. Do you drink tea or coffee, and how much per day?

    54. What do you associate the colour blue with?

    55. How long is the closest ruler you can find?

    56. What colour pants/skirt/etc are you currently wearing?

    57. When was the last time you drank water?

    58. How often do you clear your browser history?

    59. Do you believe nude photos can be artistic, rather than erotic?

    60. Ever written fanfiction for anything?

    61. Last formal event you attended

    62. If you had to move your birthday to another date, which one would you choose and why?

    63. Would you prefer to be at a beach or in the countryside?

    64. Roughly how many people live in your town?

    65. Do you know anyone with the same birthday as you?

    66. Favourite place to shop? Can be a certain store or a place where there are multiple stores

    67. Do you have a smartphone? What kind? If you don’t, do you want one?

    68. What is your least favourite colour, and why?

    69. Go to your dashboard and describe the image shown in the radar section (below the “Find blogs” link)

    70. What difference is there between how many followers you have, and the number of blogs you follow?

    71. How many posts do you have?

    72. How many posts have you liked?

    73. Do you post mainly reblogs, or your own content?

    74. Do you track any tags?

    75.Is there anything you should be doing right now?

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  • If there was ever a single moment in my rather short lifetime in which Chandler Bing was my most significant spirit animal possible, it is now.

    If there was ever a single moment in my rather short lifetime in which Chandler Bing was my most significant spirit animal possible, it is now.

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  • I am a liberal Asian American. And I love Stephen Colbert. Like, a lot. But he’s no Superman, whether he has the hair for it or not. And he’s definitely nowhere near perfect.

    I’m sure you’ve noticed Stephen Colbert’s—or to be precise, Stephen Colbert’s promotional twitter account’s—humorous quip on social media regarding the Asian community, and the outraged trending response under the hashtag, “#CancelColbert.” And of course, I’m sure you’ve also noticed the outraged trending response to this outraged trending response ranging from extensive racial remarks to rape and death threats against Suey Park, the activist leader of #CancelColbert.

    Unfortunately, despite Colbert’s effort to point out a form of racism, he does so by perpetuating another form of racism. And I understand that Colbert was not even intending racism in the first place, and that he did it for the sake of humor. He was trying to make a point about another important social issue.

    But here’s the thing about humor. Throughout centuries, mainstream media and the entertainment industry used humor as a justification for perpetuating racism. From the all-too-famed 1955 Hollywood film House of Bamboo (starring Marlin Brando with exceedingly racist yellowface) to the daily jokes everyone makes regarding Asian linguistics, there always seems to be a sense of silent acceptance when we conclude our racism with the all-too-popular phrase, “it was just a joke.” Or even better, when uneducated pseudo-intellectuals claim that their remark was “just satire” (which it more often than not, simply isn’t).

    But here’s the thing: I don’t care what it was. Racism is still racism.

    To reiterate myself, I don’t hate Stephen Colbert, nor do I think his show should be cancelled. However, there needs to be a level of caution and social responsibility that media celebrities have an obligation to take upon themselves. This isn’t about us Asians being too easily offended by humorous quips that lack political correctness. Because accusing victims of racism as being oversensitive is a harsh form of systematized racism in itself—but that’s a completely different social discourse.

    The issue at hand is that these light-hearted jokes have a subtle yet heavy impact in which certain racial stereotypes that have been held throughout the past decades become further perpetuated. Each and every little quip made about Asians speaks bounds on the generations of institutionalized racial bigotry that have been held by our society. When you say things “Ching Chong Ding Dong,” whether as an actual offensive remark or a passing joke, you remind the Asian community of the years of subtle marginalization as well as blatant delegitimization that we faced not only as a culture, but as people in and of ourselves as well.

    As for Suey Park, we have to realize that her #CancelColbert tweet must be taken with a grain of salt. The overarching point is not the demand for completely shutting down The Colbert Report; rather grandly, it is to reveal the all-too-easily accepted narratives of racial stereotypes that continues to be reinforced on a daily basis, despite our self-proclaimed racially progressive society that is America.

    To be perfectly fair, perhaps Suey Park did, in fact, overstep her boundaries. But think about it this way: if she had tweeted, “Hey Stephen Colbert, that tweet about Asians you made is kind of racist and not nice at all,” do you think people would have even cared? It takes a brave soul to cross the line in order to get the world to listen. And that’s exactly what Park did.

    Besides, after a certain point, these things just stop being funny. If anything, I’m more disappointed in Colbert and/or his media managers for relying on such a trite, overused joke to make a point. I expect better.

  • Finding this on the front page of Imgur really fucking pisses me off.
And before you say anything else, I completely understand that “normalcy” is statistically based on standard distribution, and by such semantic standards, LGBTQ members of society are not considered to be “normal.”
However, our fight to be considered “normal” is a response to society’s insistence on that we’re “abnormal” not based on statistical distribution, but based on its moral connotations. 
So when society tells LGBTQ members “We accept who you are, but you’re not normal, and you can’t deny that,” you create a double standard in which society is allowed to play on the connotative means of normalcy, but the LGBTQ members cannot, creating a huge double standard. As a result, you end up marginalizing the entire community.
So don’t bother teaching us whatever the fucking “proper definition” of normalcy is. Educate yourself, before you educate others.

    Finding this on the front page of Imgur really fucking pisses me off.

    And before you say anything else, I completely understand that “normalcy” is statistically based on standard distribution, and by such semantic standards, LGBTQ members of society are not considered to be “normal.”

    However, our fight to be considered “normal” is a response to society’s insistence on that we’re “abnormal” not based on statistical distribution, but based on its moral connotations. 

    So when society tells LGBTQ members “We accept who you are, but you’re not normal, and you can’t deny that,” you create a double standard in which society is allowed to play on the connotative means of normalcy, but the LGBTQ members cannot, creating a huge double standard. As a result, you end up marginalizing the entire community.

    So don’t bother teaching us whatever the fucking “proper definition” of normalcy is. Educate yourself, before you educate others.

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