woopsie-daizy:

This is my lil friend, he actually likes me
at a horror movie
bf: are you scared?
me: in this economy who wouldn't be

999999ukes:

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stargazing

"The women were lounging about the houses, some cleaning fish, others pounding rice; but they do not care for work, and the little money which they need for buying clothes they can make by selling mats or jungle fruits."
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some English lady who spent 5 weeks in Malaya in 1879 that Syed Hussein Alatas quotes in The Myth of the Lazy Native. The joke practically writes itself, but Alatas says it for us: “We may ask the author what is meant by work here? Is cleaning fish and pounding rice not work? Work here means wage earning outside the home. Are making mats and selling fruits not work? It is clear that work here means that activitiy introduced by colonial capitalism. If the ladies became coolies or servants of British planters or firm officials, she would then have considered them as working.”

So when the settler colonials say Indigenous people are lazy, they really mean “they won’t work for us to help us engineer their economy for our benefit”.

(via jhameia)

White colonial logic: it’s only “work” if you work for us to destroy your own economy, otherwise you’re “lazy”.

(via mayasownmenagerie)
bloiing:

Bit of a mess but eh, it wasn’t being marked so weeeeeeeeee!!
sleepyberry:

waiting at the bus stop 
YOU MEME SO MUCH TO ME

monetizeyourcat:

sheep demonstrably have a lot of problem-solving ability they just have other priorities like standing close to each other and eating