Similarly, I did not know that a person at my office was black until I asked him, “Are you black?” I knew there was something different about him, but because I am so race-blind, I just couldn’t put my finger on it until I asked. Plus, he always wore really expensive suits to work, which I thought was something only white people did. I was thrilled to learn that he was black, because I have always wanted a black friend, so I asked him if he wanted to chillax at my cribizzle on Fridizzle, and then he reported me to HR and now I no longer work at his company.
Funny things like that are always happening to me because of my inability to see race. For instance, how I like to tell race jokes when I am with white people, but sometimes I forget that a color person is there and no one laughs. Or, how I like to tease my white friends by jokingly calling them racial slurs, but because I cannot distinguish between my white friends and my color friends, sometimes I accidentally call one of my color friends a word which sometimes is the right slur for their race but other times isn’t. But in any case it explains why I do not have many ethnicity friends.
Can we talk about how Anne Hathaway’s husband Adam Shulman looks a bit like William Shakespeare… who had a wife named Anne Hathaway?
perfection or actual time travelers?
I’m imagining a crazy time-traveling conspiracy in which the original Anne Hathaway & William Shakespeare are actually from the present, but they travel back in time with the manuscripts for Shakespeare’s plays so that “William” can stage them and take credit for them (clearly, since pft women writing? yeah right), but actually they didn’t write the plays either — the plays just exist in the literary ether, a mysterious authorless set of masterpieces.
|A:||whatevs i am not giving a shit|
|A:||we will live in a hut in the vagina mountain, where no mansplainer rape apologist ever set his foot|
|S:||haha the vagina mountain|
|S:||can we live on the clit of vagina mountain?|
|A:||i am fairly certain this is where most people think i live|