MY BROTHER JUST WALKED INTO MY ROOM AND HE HAD A LIGHT BULB IN HIS MOUTH AND I WAS LIKE “WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING” AND HE GOES “I WAS HAVING A LIGHT SNACK” AND LEAVES I’M DONE
MY DAD JUST CAME IN WITH A LIGHT BULB TOO AND MY BROTHER SHOUTS “I ALREADY DID THAT JOKE” AND NOW MY DAD IS ANGRY AT MY BROTHER WHAT IS HAPPENING TO MY FAMILY
(Source: finnickdair, via epic-humor)
This is important; keep this in mind when it comes to any sort of political, sociological, cultural, or anthropological discourse about the Muslim female experience that deliberately excludes Muslim women. Keep this in mind when everyone is in awe at a non-Muslim woman who played dress-up one day and then wrote about the Hijab and when she is given more of space, audience and importance than Muslim women who, time and again, have talked about their experiences that, shockingly, go beyond wearing a scarf on your head for a day, week, or month. Pay attention to the silencing of Muslim women.
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my dad just told my dog he was unpopular