I'd just say, "Wow! After 75 years, they're STILL squinting from the flash!"Here's some snowflake outrage from my uber lefty acquaintance on Facebook this morning. Considering Japan ignored the Potsdam declaration calling for their surrender I don't know how he thinks they could have been made to surrender by other means and casualties would have been far higher on both sides had a land invasion of mainland Japan gone ahead.
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Oh dear. I must be beyond the pale, as I have a setting for 8 with Willow pattern.Some hoo-hah in the Grauniad about the racist Rex Whistler mural in the restaurant. Good news is that it's Grade-1 listed so cant be painted over, I would say whitewashed but that would no doubt lead to trouble.
What's interesting as well is the Tate's own page about the mural. It refers to the British affection for Chinoiserie as an appropriation. Knew my grandmother's Willow Pattern stuff meant she was a racist. Then again as anyone ostensibly white but with a slightly dusky hue was referred to as having "a touch of the tar brush" she probably was
But it was done by the Chinese to sell to us so we didn't appropriated it the Chinese saw a marketing opportunity for better sales.Yes, hence whitey appropriated Chinese motifs.
I gave her the benefit of the doubt.I could give a flying fcuk if some black chick wants to dance like Michal Flattley.
She described it as "A dance of oppression" and those comments ' . . . . . . . come from people who don't understand the term.'
So, she's all for the woke shite but not when it's aimed at her. This is the world that's being created by your cohorts cupcake, now shut up and deal with the comments like everyone else has to.
If she'd called out cultural appropriation for the shash that it is i'd have some sympathy.
The same day @Fat_Cav changes his, you unimaginative stoat smoker.
Bourbons represent black unity, 3 layers all side by side working together.
As long as they are not white chocolate creams they should be alright to eat. Just never eat white chocolate digestives and dip them in black coffee.
Lose your head? Is it the French Revolution or something?Steady on, don't lose your head over it. It's only a noisy crowd, nothing to worry about.
You could probably write a paper on the way that biscuits represent white privilege and the hetronormative patriarchy.Bourbons represent black unity, 3 layers all side by side working together.
Oreo cookies on the other hand . . . . . . they just symbolise the white man dividing the brothers and stopping them working together.
Custard Creams are pure white supremacy.
Guess what they call Brazil Nuts in Alberta?I just made the big mistake of Googling " racist biscuits "
Vera Bahlsen, 25, says comments about family firm’s use of forced labour were ‘thoughtless’ amid calls for boycott of brandwww.independent.co.uk
However, some believed there was a judgemental tone in the advertising.www.newshub.co.nz
Pink wafers are a no. The LGB-Alphabet don’t like it. Stereotyping, apparently.
I think you’ve failed your biscuit recognition course. That sounds like an Oreo.Bourbons are a bit dodgy - brown on the outside - white on the inside. You could always lick them into dissolution and claim homosexual privilege