1. furippupauplus:


    I’ve seen some posts making this guilt trip of how the people who like to dress up as a sugar skull or the Catrina for halloween or whatever is racist and cultural appropriation.

    Nah, it’s completely fine, as long as you are not totally ignorant about it or disrespectful, we Mexicans also celebrate Halloween, we break the piñata (which origin is chinese) And celebrate thanksgiving.

    So it’s kinda hypocrate to say it’s cultural appropriation (which is not either way) cultures are beautiful and should/could be shared, there are indeed some aspects that can be racist and or appropriating, however dressing up as a sugar skull on Halloween is not in any way offensive.

    It’s not like the sugar skull represents us, represents the deceased, and actually it’s just a joyful way to represent them. And the Catrina is just a social critic which became an icon later on for the day of the dead and Mexico. 

    Be open minded, don’t even hate, and share this rich culture we have with the rest of humanity, chill.

    If one understands the significance and context of cultural icons it’s cultural appreciation. It’s appropriation when one ignores or discards the context and significance. The difference between appreciation and appropriation is mostly a matter of respect.

    But noooo. If they don’t spend all day hating a specific group of people, what else will they do with their lives?!
  2. I got voodoo. I got hoodoo. I got things I ain’t even tried! And I got friends on the other side.

    I miss this movie. I’d watch it over the million times overrated ‘Frozen’ any day.

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  3. Didn’t Fox News also make some very distasteful jokes about Ray Rice’s wife? Granted that doesn’t have much to do with patriotism, but still a good example of the kind of people Fox News employs.

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  5. erfran72:

    The road to nowhere by DSFCA The road to nowhere

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  6. slobbering:

    Metropolis (1927)

    …looks like the spawn from some unholy union of several David Lynch films.

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  7. Yep

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  11. 0ncandystripelegs:

    Kids in the Hall - Things to Do

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  12. Ha what

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  13. Ugh, I love Dave Chapelle.

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  15. davidcrake:

    This Transformers movie needs more hardcore American imagery.

    That poster needs more exclamation marks.