I was going through my phone and found some pictures of me and others that I thought I could share with you guys because I have nothing better to do and pics are more fun2look at than to read my text posts about how I’ve done absolutely nothing during the weekend. Enjoy or whatever! :-)
intigam laughing at himself because he fell from a tree when he tried2look deep
my ma & I during a really awkward gaye holud
elli & bebi are actually very unsatisfied potatoes
this is me & denise whenever alice doesn’t come2school
alice & I @ school
oishi worries me a lot
LOL WHO AM I KIDDING, BYE
En Skam was amazing. Magnus Betnér was really good, I’ve seen him perform once before but back then he wasn’t really on his A-game, or at least it felt like he wasn’t trying, but today he really blew it out of the water. And Soran Ismail… holy shit. He was amazing and he is now my favourite comedian.
I kind of had way2high expectations, and when I have high expectations - it’s really difficult to meet with my expectations, but Soran just ran over them like Sonic the Hedgehog as soon as he came onto the stage and told his first few jokes. It all went so fast for me, I immediately fell in love with his performance! He talks about important issues, he jokes about them in a way where he kicks upwards rather than downwards towards the oppressed. He’s so fucking on point and logical. He’s hilarious and he seems like such a cute baby, I just want to squish his cheeks and tell him “u cool man, u cool”
Bebi, I really enjoyed today. This is the second time we’ve gone to a stand up show together and I really hope we’ll go to more in the future because it’s fun like hell and I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did!
Happy (late) birthday Roho!
I made my brother and his friends some patees. It’s like samosas but easier to make. Samosas are usually filled with veggies, but patees’ are filled with cheese and meat. It’s really delicious. +___+
A quick editorial cartoon about the intersection of self-pity, entitlement, rape, territoriality, misogyny and fear of women. You see it all over the place online in the form of Men’s Rights Activists (of whom there are a few reasonable non-misogynists), Men Going Their Own Way, Pick Up Artists, and dudes touting the “Red Pill”, because The Matrix is a good movie. Look any of these up if you have the stomach for it. These are extreme examples, but watered-down forms of these ideas are everywhere.
In lurking their blogs and youtube channels for a while, I’ve noticed that beyond the standard patriarchal chauvinism there is this deep fear of women - what they will do to me, how they will reject me, how they will use me, how they are changing society in a way that does not favor me, how they are making men into something I don’t like, how they are making themselves into something I don’t like, that they won’t give me what I want, and that they won’t give me what I think is rightfully mine. This goes beyond fear of feminism- this is fear of women at its purest. And that, to quote a puppet, leads to anger and hate. It’s sad.
I am a feminist. I think there’s enough ice cream to go around, but it does mean those of us with 3 scoops might have to give one or two up. Also, The Matrix is a fun movie but probably not anything you should be basing a philosophy on.