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Side Eyed: February 25 at 10:34 PM: This enrages me. I only recently have allowed Liam to watch YouTube stuff about video game hacks in the last couple months on a hand held device ever in his life. Most of the time he watches them through his PlayStation so l can monitor what he watches but sometimes I let him do so independently and this is some very serious, scary, and disturbing stuff to put in the mind:s of little children. It also scares me to think if any of my kids friends have seen MOMO and got scared into one of these "challenges" and Liam ends up getting hurt or worse in the receiving end. WTF is wrong with people?! warning* i you have children who watch YouTube please be careful of something s is my boys reaction when I asked him if he had evergoing around called MOMO (will add pic t rd or seen this MOMO iv had to spend the last half r trying to convince my sobbing b... Continue reading threats that it will come into their rooms ar comments) it asks children to do dares an harm themselves or others, and makes night, and kill them and their friends, It popped up while my son was watching a ROBLOX video earler today, it said somet but he couldn't understand it properly On made out the words 1 will kill you and I w hurt your friends'lt has badly traumatised and he won't leave my side or be alone in room. He is 6!! We have deleted all YouTut apps off every device (his request) please talk to your kids about this and be extra vigilant. Have a google and get better Saw this earlier so decided to ask j it hed heard of "momo" his face dropped the smile came right off his face he just side eyed me so l asked what she does and he said Tmnot allowed to say嫈. I told him to tell me and he said she stabs everyone them rm mortified Like and kills UMING IS NOT THE WORD, PASs THIS ON apparemly there is a new thing called the Momo halange where this head thing teing kids on Youtube o da dangerous stupld sutt it starts wi i coming ou of ne29 then develoos in to hide and seek then moves on t our chidren will tell you this t thuetveatens ея 50 say anything ereis bad thing. w" appen to randy pareny its leaked on to kids Youtube and comes on a ay tougha viee to avoid beingcught by uts and ares yourkods in to saying noting but doing dangeros Ne have now deleted Kid Youube and te gris can now nly get access to Disney ife Nould hate for this to happen to any of my friends and YouTube can 100% guarantee is not thng then That's disturbing, a lot of things on the internet to vworry about unfortunately Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 10.40 PM (3d) now haven't let Liam have a tablet or anything ever. He mostly watches his YouTube hacks on our tv in the living room so I am constantly monitoring it but I recently let him use an old phone of mine. Had a very long talk about it and said if he ever saw something like that or heard his friends talk about it to tell me immediately and that it's all fake and nothing bad will happen if he tells me. But good lord what a shitty time to grow up as a child. They can't even enjoy something innocent like silly kid videos! Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 10:46 PM (3d) Edited yes just educate as much as Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 10:47 PM (3d) Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 10:49 PM (3d) K I watched the news video about this. Its awful, people are so cruel. There has only been one reported suicide from "momo challenge" only evidence they had was the video on her phone of her doing it in Indonesia. But its recently started popping Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 11:00 PM (3d) The people that think of doing this sick shit to kids deserve to burn at the stake. How can people hate innocent children so much that they want them to harm themselves or others and to torture their little Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 11:05 PM (3d) Theyre definitely sick, and wrong. I hate to live in a world where children, the most innocent of live, can be taken advantage of by people people are manipulative Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 11:19 PM (3d) Couldn't agree more! Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 11:31 PM Fucking bullshit!!! Seriously, we need to be real about this shit and ban children from the internet, and all games and videos until a certain age.. I mean, realistically anyone 38-30 years old didn't have the internet until we were in our mid-late teens!!! Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 11:46 PM (3d) Edited now. And no internet explorer and watch him on video games he's uses those devices to access it too Like Reply Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 2:44 AM (3d) They won't be able to As see this post cause my page is private. But you can share this to your page and tag them on it so that can see it! Isn't that soooo fucked up?! I was livid reading this Like Reply Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 2:46 AM (3d) Momo Spreads Like Herpes @ an Orgy - Ban Kids from the Internet
Side Eyed: February 25 at 10:34 PM:
 This enrages me. I only recently have allowed Liam to watch YouTube stuff
 about video game hacks in the last couple months on a hand held device
 ever in his life. Most of the time he watches them through his PlayStation so
 l can monitor what he watches but sometimes I let him do so independently
 and this is some very serious, scary, and disturbing stuff to put in the mind:s
 of little children. It also scares me to think if any of my kids friends have seen
 MOMO and got scared into one of these "challenges" and Liam ends up
 getting hurt or worse in the receiving end. WTF is wrong with people?!
 warning* i you have children who watch
 YouTube please be careful of something
 s is my boys reaction when I asked him if he had evergoing around called MOMO (will add pic t
 rd or seen this MOMO iv had to spend the last half
 r trying to convince my sobbing b... Continue reading threats that it will come into their rooms ar
 comments) it asks children to do dares an
 harm themselves or others, and makes
 night, and kill them and their friends, It
 popped up while my son was watching a
 ROBLOX video earler today, it said somet
 but he couldn't understand it properly On
 made out the words 1 will kill you and I w
 hurt your friends'lt has badly traumatised
 and he won't leave my side or be alone in
 room. He is 6!! We have deleted all YouTut
 apps off every device (his request) please
 talk to your kids about this and be extra
 vigilant. Have a google and get better
 Saw this earlier so decided to ask j it hed
 heard of "momo" his face dropped the smile
 came right off his face he just side eyed
 me so l asked what she does and he said
 Tmnot allowed to say嫈. I told him to tell
 me and he said she stabs everyone
 them rm mortified
 Like
 and kills UMING IS NOT THE WORD, PASs THIS ON
 apparemly there is a new thing called the Momo
 halange where this head thing teing kids on Youtube
 o da dangerous stupld sutt it starts wi i coming ou of
 ne29 then develoos in to hide and seek then moves on t
 our chidren will tell you this t thuetveatens
 ея 50 say anything ereis bad thing. w" appen to randy
 pareny its leaked on to kids Youtube and comes on a
 ay tougha viee to avoid beingcught by uts and
 ares yourkods in to saying noting but doing dangeros
 Ne have now deleted Kid Youube and te gris can now
 nly get access to Disney ife
 Nould hate for this to happen to any of my friends and
 YouTube can 100% guarantee
 is not
 thng then
 That's disturbing, a lot of things on the internet to
 vworry about unfortunately
 Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 10.40 PM (3d)
 now
 haven't let Liam have a tablet or anything ever. He mostly
 watches his YouTube hacks on our tv in the living room so
 I am constantly monitoring it but I recently let him use an
 old phone of mine. Had a very long talk about it and said
 if he ever saw something like that or heard his friends talk
 about it to tell me immediately and that it's all fake and
 nothing bad will happen if he tells me. But good lord what
 a shitty time to grow up as a child. They can't even enjoy
 something innocent like silly kid videos!
 Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 10:46 PM (3d) Edited
 yes just educate as much as
 Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 10:47 PM (3d)
 Like
 Reply
 Monday, February 25, 2019 at 10:49 PM (3d)
 K I watched the news video about this. Its awful,
 people are so cruel. There has only been one reported suicide from
 "momo challenge" only evidence they had was the video on her
 phone of her doing it in Indonesia. But its recently started popping
 Like
 Reply
 Monday, February 25, 2019 at 11:00 PM (3d)
 The people that think of
 doing this sick shit to kids deserve to burn at the stake. How
 can people hate innocent children so much that they want
 them to harm themselves or others and to torture their little
 Like
 Reply
 Monday, February 25, 2019 at 11:05 PM (3d)
 Theyre definitely sick, and wrong. I hate to
 live in a world where children, the most innocent of live, can
 be taken advantage of by people people are manipulative
 Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 11:19 PM (3d)
 Couldn't agree more!
 Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 11:31 PM
 Fucking bullshit!!! Seriously, we need to be real
 about this shit and ban children from the internet, and all games and
 videos until a certain age.. I mean, realistically anyone 38-30 years
 old didn't have the internet until we were in our mid-late teens!!!
 Like Reply Monday, February 25, 2019 at 11:46 PM (3d) Edited
 now. And no internet explorer and watch him on video games he's
 uses those devices to access it too
 Like
 Reply
 Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 2:44 AM (3d)
 They won't be able to
 As
 see this post cause my page is private. But you can share this
 to your page and tag them on it so that can see it! Isn't that
 soooo fucked up?! I was livid reading this
 Like Reply Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 2:46 AM (3d)
Momo Spreads Like Herpes @ an Orgy - Ban Kids from the Internet

Momo Spreads Like Herpes @ an Orgy - Ban Kids from the Internet

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Side Eyed: Dalmation side eyed... she always judges me when I am doing anything but petting her.

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Side Eyed: Dear future wife, it is okay to be strong and independent and be vulnerable at the same time. FB/IG:@Blackcitygirl So what if a man falls in love with what he does and gives to a woman?! How does THAT affect everyday life for you, a single woman busy dating yourself and paying your own bills, what men do is none of your business right? Wrong. You see a lot of women have become so independent that when MEN offer to GIVE and DO for them they dismiss their offers, as if all men have an ulterior motive. For instance in the work place, she'll be carrying something heavy and he'll ask "do you need help?" she'll quickly say "no I'm fine" or he'll offer to open the door and she'll say "hey I can open my own doors" what this translates to him is "STAY AWAY FROM ME" whereas in your mind you're just showing how capable you are as a woman. Add to the fact sometimes you're tired and stressed and have on your screw face 😡I'm totally guilty of this btw so a few weeks ago no word of a lie, I decided to do an experiment, every time a guy offered to help I showed him a smile and instead of snapping I said "yeah sure thanks" let me tell you ladies the results have been ASTOUNDING in one month 1. I was carrying like 5 grocery bags on my way home, wearing no make up and a baseball cap and it was raining and a guy asked if I needed help w- my bags, normally I'd roll my eyes and think "he just thirsty" but I accepted and once he'd dropped off my bags he said "I've never done this before" 2. I got into an argument in a cheap hardware store over my headphones and a random guy intervened on my behalf, normally I'd have "given him the side eye" but I smiled and said thank you and he bought me a new pair of headphones 3. After smiling and getting into a convo with an older man one lunchtime, mid way through our convo he asked "what do you wanna eat I'll get you" I was floored!!! None of the guys above asked for my number! Nope there was no cleavage bearing "wink wink" sexually suggestive behavior, this was straight me being a warm and friendly version of myself. As strong and educated as you maybe it pays to be VULNERABLE in the presence of men. You may not need help and that man may not be your future husband but being open to men giving and doing for you starts in your SINGLE SEASON. Blackcitygirl
Side Eyed: Dear future wife, it is okay to be
 strong and independent and be
 vulnerable at the same time.
 FB/IG:@Blackcitygirl
So what if a man falls in love with what he does and gives to a woman?! How does THAT affect everyday life for you, a single woman busy dating yourself and paying your own bills, what men do is none of your business right? Wrong. You see a lot of women have become so independent that when MEN offer to GIVE and DO for them they dismiss their offers, as if all men have an ulterior motive. For instance in the work place, she'll be carrying something heavy and he'll ask "do you need help?" she'll quickly say "no I'm fine" or he'll offer to open the door and she'll say "hey I can open my own doors" what this translates to him is "STAY AWAY FROM ME" whereas in your mind you're just showing how capable you are as a woman. Add to the fact sometimes you're tired and stressed and have on your screw face 😡I'm totally guilty of this btw so a few weeks ago no word of a lie, I decided to do an experiment, every time a guy offered to help I showed him a smile and instead of snapping I said "yeah sure thanks" let me tell you ladies the results have been ASTOUNDING in one month 1. I was carrying like 5 grocery bags on my way home, wearing no make up and a baseball cap and it was raining and a guy asked if I needed help w- my bags, normally I'd roll my eyes and think "he just thirsty" but I accepted and once he'd dropped off my bags he said "I've never done this before" 2. I got into an argument in a cheap hardware store over my headphones and a random guy intervened on my behalf, normally I'd have "given him the side eye" but I smiled and said thank you and he bought me a new pair of headphones 3. After smiling and getting into a convo with an older man one lunchtime, mid way through our convo he asked "what do you wanna eat I'll get you" I was floored!!! None of the guys above asked for my number! Nope there was no cleavage bearing "wink wink" sexually suggestive behavior, this was straight me being a warm and friendly version of myself. As strong and educated as you maybe it pays to be VULNERABLE in the presence of men. You may not need help and that man may not be your future husband but being open to men giving and doing for you starts in your SINGLE SEASON. Blackcitygirl

So what if a man falls in love with what he does and gives to a woman?! How does THAT affect everyday life for you, a single woman busy d...

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Side Eyed: I love this damn weenie dog yo. Even with this side eye she giving me. minidachshund cuteaf

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Side Eyed: FLOYD MAYWEATHER IS WORTH $340 MILLION VS CONNOR MCGREGOR $22 MILLION YET HE'S STRUTTING AROUND LIKE HE ISN'T WORTH 15 TIMES LESS THAN FLOYD ON HIS BEST DAY WTIME Repost @17thsoulja5 ・・・ In a conversation with someone, I discussed McGregor and his “Dance for me, boy” comments. And to my shock, just like Mayweather’s father, this person didn’t think McGregor’s comments were racist. Yes, my side eye was twitching. The person (who shall not be named) excused the comment by saying that maybe McGregor probably didn’t understand the context in which he was using it, basically because he’s from Ireland. Ahh ... good ol’ Ireland. See, here’s the thing about Ireland: Racism is rampant there. In a 2014 study from Enar, the European Network Against Racism (Ireland), it cited over 182 incidents of racist verbal abuse, violence, discrimination and other attacks toward Africans living in the country. And racism is also rampant in McGregor’s history of taunts and attempts to be “witty.” It’s not just McGregor’s Tuesday press conference where he said, “Dance for me, boy!” It also happened in 2016 when McGregor called Nick Diaz a “cholo gangster from the hood.”And when McGregor told Brazilian fighter Jose Aldo, “I own this town, I own Rio de Janeiro. I would invade his favela on horseback and would kill anyone who wasn’t fit to work, but we’re in a new time, so I’ll whoop his ass instead.” And then, Wednesday night, McGregor pulled out his “Dance for me, boy!” line again while Mayweather just sat back and watched. It seems as though everyone but McGregor gets the racial undertones of not only calling a black man “boy” but also telling one to dance, as if he’s some type of court jester.Sure, smack talk exists in boxing, just like in any other sport, but McGregor has continually taken it to a different level, though there are some who just want to chalk it up to his not being aware. Something tells me he’s aware, all right, and he’s not going to stop. But here’s to hoping that Mayweather knocks his racist head right off his body in August 17thsoulja
Side Eyed: FLOYD MAYWEATHER IS WORTH $340
 MILLION VS CONNOR MCGREGOR $22
 MILLION YET HE'S STRUTTING AROUND LIKE
 HE ISN'T WORTH 15 TIMES LESS THAN
 FLOYD ON HIS BEST DAY
 WTIME
Repost @17thsoulja5 ・・・ In a conversation with someone, I discussed McGregor and his “Dance for me, boy” comments. And to my shock, just like Mayweather’s father, this person didn’t think McGregor’s comments were racist. Yes, my side eye was twitching. The person (who shall not be named) excused the comment by saying that maybe McGregor probably didn’t understand the context in which he was using it, basically because he’s from Ireland. Ahh ... good ol’ Ireland. See, here’s the thing about Ireland: Racism is rampant there. In a 2014 study from Enar, the European Network Against Racism (Ireland), it cited over 182 incidents of racist verbal abuse, violence, discrimination and other attacks toward Africans living in the country. And racism is also rampant in McGregor’s history of taunts and attempts to be “witty.” It’s not just McGregor’s Tuesday press conference where he said, “Dance for me, boy!” It also happened in 2016 when McGregor called Nick Diaz a “cholo gangster from the hood.”And when McGregor told Brazilian fighter Jose Aldo, “I own this town, I own Rio de Janeiro. I would invade his favela on horseback and would kill anyone who wasn’t fit to work, but we’re in a new time, so I’ll whoop his ass instead.” And then, Wednesday night, McGregor pulled out his “Dance for me, boy!” line again while Mayweather just sat back and watched. It seems as though everyone but McGregor gets the racial undertones of not only calling a black man “boy” but also telling one to dance, as if he’s some type of court jester.Sure, smack talk exists in boxing, just like in any other sport, but McGregor has continually taken it to a different level, though there are some who just want to chalk it up to his not being aware. Something tells me he’s aware, all right, and he’s not going to stop. But here’s to hoping that Mayweather knocks his racist head right off his body in August 17thsoulja

Repost @17thsoulja5 ・・・ In a conversation with someone, I discussed McGregor and his “Dance for me, boy” comments. And to my shock, just...

Side Eyed: FLOYD MAYWEATHER IS WORTH $340 MILLION VS CONNOR MCGREGOR $22 MILLION YET HE'S STRUTTING AROUND LIKE HE ISN'T WORTH 15 TIMES LESS THAN FLOYD ON HIS BEST DAY WTIME In a conversation with someone, I discussed McGregor and his “Dance for me, boy” comments. And to my shock, just like Mayweather’s father, this person didn’t think McGregor’s comments were racist. Yes, my side eye was twitching. The person (who shall not be named) excused the comment by saying that maybe McGregor probably didn’t understand the context in which he was using it, basically because he’s from Ireland. Ahh ... good ol’ Ireland. See, here’s the thing about Ireland: Racism is rampant there. In a 2014 study from Enar, the European Network Against Racism (Ireland), it cited over 182 incidents of racist verbal abuse, violence, discrimination and other attacks toward Africans living in the country. And racism is also rampant in McGregor’s history of taunts and attempts to be “witty.” It’s not just McGregor’s Tuesday press conference where he said, “Dance for me, boy!” It also happened in 2016 when McGregor called Nick Diaz a “cholo gangster from the hood.”And when McGregor told Brazilian fighter Jose Aldo, “I own this town, I own Rio de Janeiro. I would invade his favela on horseback and would kill anyone who wasn’t fit to work, but we’re in a new time, so I’ll whoop his ass instead.” And then, Wednesday night, McGregor pulled out his “Dance for me, boy!” line again while Mayweather just sat back and watched. It seems as though everyone but McGregor gets the racial undertones of not only calling a black man “boy” but also telling one to dance, as if he’s some type of court jester.Sure, smack talk exists in boxing, just like in any other sport, but McGregor has continually taken it to a different level, though there are some who just want to chalk it up to his not being aware. Something tells me he’s aware, all right, and he’s not going to stop. But here’s to hoping that Mayweather knocks his racist head right off his body in August 17thsoulja
Side Eyed: FLOYD MAYWEATHER IS WORTH $340
 MILLION VS CONNOR MCGREGOR $22
 MILLION YET HE'S STRUTTING AROUND LIKE
 HE ISN'T WORTH 15 TIMES LESS THAN
 FLOYD ON HIS BEST DAY
 WTIME
In a conversation with someone, I discussed McGregor and his “Dance for me, boy” comments. And to my shock, just like Mayweather’s father, this person didn’t think McGregor’s comments were racist. Yes, my side eye was twitching. The person (who shall not be named) excused the comment by saying that maybe McGregor probably didn’t understand the context in which he was using it, basically because he’s from Ireland. Ahh ... good ol’ Ireland. See, here’s the thing about Ireland: Racism is rampant there. In a 2014 study from Enar, the European Network Against Racism (Ireland), it cited over 182 incidents of racist verbal abuse, violence, discrimination and other attacks toward Africans living in the country. And racism is also rampant in McGregor’s history of taunts and attempts to be “witty.” It’s not just McGregor’s Tuesday press conference where he said, “Dance for me, boy!” It also happened in 2016 when McGregor called Nick Diaz a “cholo gangster from the hood.”And when McGregor told Brazilian fighter Jose Aldo, “I own this town, I own Rio de Janeiro. I would invade his favela on horseback and would kill anyone who wasn’t fit to work, but we’re in a new time, so I’ll whoop his ass instead.” And then, Wednesday night, McGregor pulled out his “Dance for me, boy!” line again while Mayweather just sat back and watched. It seems as though everyone but McGregor gets the racial undertones of not only calling a black man “boy” but also telling one to dance, as if he’s some type of court jester.Sure, smack talk exists in boxing, just like in any other sport, but McGregor has continually taken it to a different level, though there are some who just want to chalk it up to his not being aware. Something tells me he’s aware, all right, and he’s not going to stop. But here’s to hoping that Mayweather knocks his racist head right off his body in August 17thsoulja

In a conversation with someone, I discussed McGregor and his “Dance for me, boy” comments. And to my shock, just like Mayweather’s father...

Side Eyed: wasfeeling annoyed Friday at 12:41 Currently in "so that just happened" news I'm having a convo a with a friend of mine in the hospital cafeteria talking about the upcoming black panther movie (if you know me you know im here for any and everything melanated). Nothing too serious just clowing about doing the most wardrobe wise once it hits theaters. *insert coming to America jokes here when this white lady decides to join our conversation... ok cool. No worries we weren't exactly whispering and she was sitting alone looking like she needed a friend...and im friendly (to some degree). So as we were talking from across the tables invite her to get her tray and just come sit with us. She accepts. So we continue our convo ha ha ha ke ke ke... and then it happened.. Ms. Lady asked if we were this excited about all marvel movies or are we just excited because of the casting? Without any hesitation and in perfect unison we replied the casting". My friend ask why do you ask...ms. lady's face at this point is showing all the signs of a person trying to decide exactly how to say what she's thinking with offending us...and she failed. She asked us if we thought the casting choices for the movie were such a good idea "given you know all that this country is going thru right now. My friend at this point is giving her a side eye sent straight from the GAWDZ and im trying to figure out what the hell just happened. She notices our nonverbal reactions and ATTEMPTS to reassure us she means no disrespect. "It's just that everything has so much racial tension right now maybe casting an all black superhero movie might alienate some people. And make them feel like they aren't welcomed to see the movie. How am i supposed to explain that to my son?" My friend regained her ability to speak before i did and asked explain what to your son? To which she replied "that's it's black movie and it's not for him and then like magic i could speak.so i said "My son has seen every single superhero movie ever released. Batman and optimus prime were two favorite heroes for the majority of his life. Never once has he shed a tear because the heroes don't look like him. Im not understanding your concern" o which she replied "that's different. Those casting decisions were less problematic. Because it's easy to neutralize race with white superheroes because everybody can relate to them".. we both snapped. Hard. And went in on a tag team that would have made Martin, Malcolm, Coretta, sista soulja, maya angelou, angela davis, tupac and his mama proud. We asked if we should apologize for our skin being problematic. We asked why our sons have to relate to white superheroes but her n was so fragile that if he sees a person of color on ed the big screen he feels alienated. We ask why she felt telling us that an all black cast was problematic was ok. We asked if she realized that she alienated us by suggesting that our skin tone can be seen as problematic. We asked how exactly was putting "no disrespect" in front of such derogatory words supposed to make it magically respectful. We asked her if she worried about the little black or browns boys not feeling welcomed to watch superman or Spiderman. We asked if we were on a hidden camera show... she t there. Looking like she was about to cry and called us bullies for being so rude and intimidating er and stormed off. Now keep in mind this lady inserted herself into our conversations. We cordially invited her to join us at our table because she looked lonely. She's the one that said our skin tone was problematic. But she was the victim. We were the bullies. We were rude. We intimadated er hat folks is white privilege
Side Eyed: wasfeeling annoyed
 Friday at 12:41
 Currently in "so that just happened" news
 I'm having a convo a with a friend of mine in the
 hospital cafeteria talking about the upcoming
 black panther movie (if you know me you know im
 here for any and everything melanated). Nothing
 too serious just clowing about doing the most
 wardrobe wise once it hits theaters. *insert
 coming to America jokes here when this white
 lady decides to join our conversation... ok cool. No
 worries we weren't exactly whispering and she
 was sitting alone looking like she needed a
 friend...and im friendly (to some degree). So as we
 were talking from across the tables invite her to
 get her tray and just come sit with us. She
 accepts. So we continue our convo ha ha ha ke ke
 ke... and then it happened.. Ms. Lady asked if we
 were this excited about all marvel movies or are
 we just excited because of the casting? Without
 any hesitation and in perfect unison we replied
 the casting". My friend ask why do you ask...ms.
 lady's face at this point is showing all the signs of
 a person trying to decide exactly how to say what
 she's thinking with offending us...and she failed.
 She asked us if we thought the casting choices for
 the movie were such a good idea "given you know
 all that this country is going thru right now. My
 friend at this point is giving her a side eye sent
 straight from the GAWDZ and im trying to figure
 out what the hell just happened. She notices our
 nonverbal reactions and ATTEMPTS to reassure us
 she means no disrespect. "It's just that everything
 has so much racial tension right now maybe
 casting an all black superhero movie might
 alienate some people. And make them feel like
 they aren't welcomed to see the movie. How am i
 supposed to explain that to my son?" My friend
 regained her ability to speak before i did and
 asked explain what to your son? To which she
 replied "that's it's black movie and it's not for him
 and then like magic i could speak.so i said "My
 son has seen every single superhero movie ever
 released. Batman and optimus prime were two
 favorite heroes for the majority of his life. Never
 once has he shed a tear because the heroes don't
 look like him. Im not understanding your concern"
 o which she replied "that's different. Those
 casting decisions were less problematic. Because
 it's easy to neutralize race with white superheroes
 because everybody can relate to them".. we both
 snapped. Hard. And went in on a tag team that
 would have made Martin, Malcolm, Coretta, sista
 soulja, maya angelou, angela davis, tupac and his
 mama proud. We asked if we should apologize for
 our skin being problematic. We asked why our
 sons have to relate to white superheroes but her
 n was so fragile that if he sees a person of color
 on ed
 the big screen he feels alienated. We ask
 why she felt telling us that an all black cast was
 problematic was ok. We asked if she realized that
 she alienated us by suggesting that our skin tone
 can be seen as problematic. We asked how
 exactly was putting "no disrespect" in front of
 such derogatory words supposed to make it
 magically respectful. We asked her if she worried
 about the little black or browns boys not feeling
 welcomed to watch superman or Spiderman. We
 asked if we were on a hidden camera show... she
 t there. Looking like she was about to cry and
 called us bullies for being so rude and intimidating
 er and stormed off. Now keep in mind this lady
 inserted herself into our conversations. We
 cordially invited her to join us at our table because
 she looked lonely. She's the one that said our skin
 tone was problematic. But she was the victim. We
 were the bullies. We were rude. We intimadated
 er
 hat folks is white privilege
Side Eyed: Currently in "so thatjust happened" news I'm having a convo a with a friend of mine in the hospital cafeteria talking about the upcoming black panther movie (if you know me you know im here for any and everything melanated). Nothing too serious just clowing about doing the most wardrobe wise once it hits theaters. insert coming to America jokes here * when this white lady decides to join our conversation... ok cool. No worries we weren't exactly whispering and she was sitting alone looking like she needed a friend..and im friendly (to some degree). So as we were talking from across the tables I invite her to get her tray and just come sit with us. She accepts. So we continue our convo ha ha ha ke ke ke... and then it happened... Ms. Lady asked if we were this excited about all marvel movies or are we just excited because of the casting? Without any hesitation and in perfect unison we replied "the casting" My friend ask why do you ask...ms. lady's face at this point is showing all the signs of a person trying to decide exactly how to say what she's thinking with offending us.and she failed. She asked us if we thought the casting choices for the movie were such a good idea "given you know all that this country is going thru right now". My friend at this point is giving her a side eye sent straight from the GAWDZ and im trying to figure out what the hell just happened. She notices our nonverbal reactions and ATTEMPTS to reassure us she means no disrespect. "It's just that everything has so much racial tension right now maybe casting an all black superhero movie might alienate some people. And make them feel like they aren't welcomed to see the movie. How am i supposed to explain that to my son?" My friend regained her ability to speak before i did and asked explain what to your son? To which she replied "that's it's black movie and it's not for him" and then like magic i could speak.so i said "My son has seen every single superhero movie ever released. Batman and optimus prime were two favorite heroes for the majority of his life. Never once has he shed a tear because the heroes don't look like him. Im not understanding your concern" to which she replied "that's different. Those casting decisions were less problematic. Because it's easy to neutralize race with white superheroes because everybody can relate to them".... we both snapped. Hard. And went in on a tag team that would have made Martin, Malcolm, Coretta, sista soulja, maya angelou, angela davis, tupac and his mama proud. We asked if we should apologize for our skin being problematic. We asked why our sons have to relate to white superheroes but her son was so fragile that if he sees a person of color on the big screen he feels alienated. We asked why she felt telling us that an all black cast was problematic was ok. We asked if she realized that she alienated us by suggesting that our skin tone can be seen as problematic. We asked how exactly was putting "no disrespect" in front of such derogatory words supposed to make it magically respectful. We asked her if she worried about the little black or browns boys not feeling welcomed to watch superman or Spiderman. We asked if we were on a hidden camera show... she sat there. Looking like she was about to cry and caled us bullies for being so rude and intimidating her and stormed off. Now keep in mind this lady inserted herself into our conversations. We cordially invited her to join us at our table because she looked lonely. She's the one that said our skin tone was problematic. But she was the victim. We were the bullies. We were rude. We intimadated her That folks is white privilege Like -Comment ·Share Comment Share TL;DR: Not-real strawman white lady thinks an all-black cast is problematic enough to directly ask some black strangers their thoughts in public
Side Eyed: Currently in "so thatjust happened" news
 I'm having a convo a with a friend of mine in the hospital cafeteria talking about
 the upcoming black panther movie (if you know me you know im here for any and
 everything melanated). Nothing too serious just clowing about doing the most
 wardrobe wise once it hits theaters. insert coming to America jokes here * when
 this white lady decides to join our conversation... ok cool. No worries we weren't
 exactly whispering and she was sitting alone looking like she needed a
 friend..and im friendly (to some degree). So as we were talking from across the
 tables I invite her to get her tray and just come sit with us. She accepts. So we
 continue our convo ha ha ha ke ke ke... and then it happened... Ms. Lady asked if
 we were this excited about all marvel movies or are we just excited because of
 the casting? Without any hesitation and in perfect unison we replied "the casting"
 My friend ask why do you ask...ms. lady's face at this point is showing all the
 signs of a person trying to decide exactly how to say what she's thinking with
 offending us.and she failed. She asked us if we thought the casting choices for
 the movie were such a good idea "given you know all that this country is going
 thru right now". My friend at this point is giving her a side eye sent straight from
 the GAWDZ and im trying to figure out what the hell just happened. She notices
 our nonverbal reactions and ATTEMPTS to reassure us she means no
 disrespect. "It's just that everything has so much racial tension right now maybe
 casting an all black superhero movie might alienate some people. And make
 them feel like they aren't welcomed to see the movie. How am i supposed to
 explain that to my son?" My friend regained her ability to speak before i did and
 asked explain what to your son? To which she replied "that's it's black movie and
 it's not for him" and then like magic i could speak.so i said "My son has seen
 every single superhero movie ever released. Batman and optimus prime were
 two favorite heroes for the majority of his life. Never once has he shed a tear
 because the heroes don't look like him. Im not understanding your concern" to
 which she replied "that's different. Those casting decisions were less problematic.
 Because it's easy to neutralize race with white superheroes because everybody
 can relate to them".... we both snapped. Hard. And went in on a tag team that
 would have made Martin, Malcolm, Coretta, sista soulja, maya angelou, angela
 davis, tupac and his mama proud. We asked if we should apologize for our skin
 being problematic. We asked why our sons have to relate to white superheroes
 but her son was so fragile that if he sees a person of color on the big screen he
 feels alienated. We asked why she felt telling us that an all black cast was
 problematic was ok. We asked if she realized that she alienated us by suggesting
 that our skin tone can be seen as problematic. We asked how exactly was putting
 "no disrespect" in front of such derogatory words supposed to make it magically
 respectful. We asked her if she worried about the little black or browns boys not
 feeling welcomed to watch superman or Spiderman. We asked if we were on a
 hidden camera show... she sat there. Looking like she was about to cry and
 caled us bullies for being so rude and intimidating her and stormed off. Now keep
 in mind this lady inserted herself into our conversations. We cordially invited her
 to join us at our table because she looked lonely. She's the one that said our skin
 tone was problematic. But she was the victim. We were the bullies. We were
 rude. We intimadated her
 That folks is white privilege
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