japanese vs finnish
Japanese: hai, aisenai - yes, not love
Finnish: hai, ai se nai - shark, oh it’s fucking
japanese vs polish
Japanese: daisuki - I really like you
Polish: daj suki (you say it the same way) - give me a bitch
japanese vs swedish
Japanese: kissa – drinking tea
Swedish: kissa – peeing
"Polish: daj suki (you say it the same way) - give me a bitch"
*you meant “give me bitches”
my little cousin got bit by a house spider and she was crying so i went to get some stuff to soothe and numb it but before i could even walk out the door i heard her quietly whisper ‘i can’t handle the responsibility of being spiderman’
"I love lipstick. I want to write an essay about the politics of lipstick. I like lipstick that’s deep, deep red. I like lipstick that’s purple, lipstick that’s black and dark for when I want to dress up my melancholy. I like sharing lipstick with sisters. and I laugh at boys that think I wear lipstick for them to notice, I laugh, lipstick is an art you can’t ever understand. from picking out a color, testing it on the inside of my wrist, pursing my lips during the application of it. I like when I kiss a baby and leave lipstick on their cheek, when you hug someone and leave lipstick on their shirt, when it gets on your teeth and you use your tongue to get it off, when you sleep in lipstick and wake up with it on your pillow case. in 1997 mama left for Ethiopia to see her mama for the first time in 12 years. I was six and I cried the entire way home from the airport. and when we came home there on the kitchen table was the teacup mama had been drinking out of. at the bottom a sip of tea and black cardamom seeds. and there on the rim of the cup the lipstick imprint of my mama’s kiss."
My birthday is tomorrow and I’m not excited about it. Mostly because I’ve had a migraine for eight days but I just feel sorta alone.
"We tell our women “get into science, get into math, get into the pipeline.” Who wants to be in a pipeline full of acid?"
Alicia Menendez - The View
I’m at the car dealership, waiting for my service recall to be completed, and this statement caught the attention of every woman in the room. Unsurprisingly, they all nodded in assent while the few men in the room looked uncomfortable.
The point is valid: even if access to STEM and other male dominated fields is made available, we need to do something about the culture in the field. Access to a pipeline full of acid, while it is still access, serves to maintain inequality.
so my sister works in STEM & if you talked to her for like 5 minutes she can tell you how true this is. it’s fucking poisonous
(Source: ninjaruski, via seananmcguire)