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Anaconda, Bad, and Energy: tRI 100% 3:18 AM Vanessa Ok so want you to imagine we've got a 1972 Ford F-100 sitting in a lot, the rear truck bed of it filled with several wheels of cheddar cheese Now, just behind it, you'll see a reliable 2007 GMC Topkick C4500, this one filled with delicious gouda, still wrapped in wax, Behind that vehicie lies a 1985 Toyota Pickup SR5, freshly painted and with a load of fresh Bleu cheese in the back. Behind them all, a 1995 Dodge Ram 2500, the rear bed containing several large slices of Swiss cheese gently baking in the hot sun. Look I know it's not much but it's the best cheesy pick-up line I could come up with ngo Wow that was a mouthful and arn adventure Imfao Choose your own adventure! For a low energy effort segue from the line, read part A For an overly-sexual response, read part B, Para Español, sigue al C A: haha thanks! Anyways what are you up to B: I've got another mouthful for you here if you're up for it C: Lo siento, pensé que hablaste inglés. Puedo intentar seguir flirteando en español pero mis habilidades españolas son pobres 6 min ng See it's times like this where I wish I knew spanish Btw this is amazing I'm very impressed Vanessa 54min ag0 For a low effort reply, read part A For an overly-sexual response, read part B. Para Español, sigue al C A: haha thanks, I didn't know it was possible to live down here without knowing any Spanish B: If I can get them digits I'll send you a photo of something else that'll impress C: Por favor, perdone mis intentos de humor tardio, normaimente soy mejor en este tipo de cosas 47 min、ago Omg I'm having my friend translate this Spanish me Choose your own adventure! A for standard low effort response, B for overly-sexual response, y C para Español A: Haha your friend will probably be able to tell you how bad my Spanish actually is. In fact, I've been using Google translate to help. But shh keep that on the down low... Our B: This Spanish friend of yours single? 1 always had a thing for C: Lo sentimos, pero Google translate ha detectado un error. Por favor, inténtelo de nuevo más tarde. 4 min ago 1. My friend isn't a girl 2. Why you tryna get with my friend here when you're talking to 3. That spanish part was funny why'd you send me that Imfao Vanessa 26 min ago Choose your own adventure! A for standard response, B for overly- sexual response, y C para Español. A: My apologies, B can sometimes get a little out of hand. I'm not interested in the friend. It's just that B tries hard to be overly sexual and when the only thing in your reply was that you're having a friend translate, he had to run with it. He means well and deep down B is actually a mature and reasonable C: Has enviado demasiadas solicitudes de traducción. Por favor, inténtelo de nuevo más tarde min ag Boy you're ridiculous I can't keep up with 3 GIF a message tindershwinder: Triple threat

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Anaconda, Bad, and Energy: tRI 100% 3:18 AM Vanessa Ok so want you to imagine we've got a 1972 Ford F-100 sitting in a lot, the rear truck bed of it filled with several wheels of cheddar cheese Now, just behind it, you'll see a reliable 2007 GMC Topkick C4500, this one filled with delicious gouda, still wrapped in wax, Behind that vehicie lies a 1985 Toyota Pickup SR5, freshly painted and with a load of fresh Bleu cheese in the back. Behind them all, a 1995 Dodge Ram 2500, the rear bed containing several large slices of Swiss cheese gently baking in the hot sun. Look I know it's not much but it's the best cheesy pick-up line I could come up with ngo Wow that was a mouthful and arn adventure Imfao Choose your own adventure! For a low energy effort segue from the line, read part A For an overly-sexual response, read part B, Para Español, sigue al C A: haha thanks! Anyways what are you up to B: I've got another mouthful for you here if you're up for it C: Lo siento, pensé que hablaste inglés. Puedo intentar seguir flirteando en español pero mis habilidades españolas son pobres 6 min ng See it's times like this where I wish I knew spanish Btw this is amazing I'm very impressed Vanessa 54min ag0 For a low effort reply, read part A For an overly-sexual response, read part B. Para Español, sigue al C A: haha thanks, I didn't know it was possible to live down here without knowing any Spanish B: If I can get them digits I'll send you a photo of something else that'll impress C: Por favor, perdone mis intentos de humor tardio, normaimente soy mejor en este tipo de cosas 47 min、ago Omg I'm having my friend translate this Spanish me Choose your own adventure! A for standard low effort response, B for overly-sexual response, y C para Español A: Haha your friend will probably be able to tell you how bad my Spanish actually is. In fact, I've been using Google translate to help. But shh keep that on the down low... Our B: This Spanish friend of yours single? 1 always had a thing for C: Lo sentimos, pero Google translate ha detectado un error. Por favor, inténtelo de nuevo más tarde. 4 min ago 1. My friend isn't a girl 2. Why you tryna get with my friend here when you're talking to 3. That spanish part was funny why'd you send me that Imfao Vanessa 26 min ago Choose your own adventure! A for standard response, B for overly- sexual response, y C para Español. A: My apologies, B can sometimes get a little out of hand. I'm not interested in the friend. It's just that B tries hard to be overly sexual and when the only thing in your reply was that you're having a friend translate, he had to run with it. He means well and deep down B is actually a mature and reasonable C: Has enviado demasiadas solicitudes de traducción. Por favor, inténtelo de nuevo más tarde min ag Boy you're ridiculous I can't keep up with 3 GIF a message Triple threat

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Anaconda, Ass, and Donkey: Yesterday at 8:17 AM Ok. Storytime: this is kinda long but PLEASE READ. It's about my experience last night with these fucking border patrol agents. Last night, I rode the greyhound bus from Bakersfield to Las Vegas to visit family. When we got to the California/Nevada state line, as always, there's a checkpoint. (This checkpoint USED to be one where they made sure you weren't carrying fruits into California, bc of an invasive fruit fly species) Anyway... The bus driver makes an announcement: "We are being boarded by Border Patrol. Please be prepared to show your documentation upon request". WAIT. WHAT THE FUCK? So you know I'm ready to act an ASS. I stand up and say LOUDLY I stand up and say LOUDLY: THIS IS A VIOLATION OF YOUR 4TH AMENDMENT RIGHTS. YOU DON'T HAVE TO SHOW THEM *SHIT*! This is illegal. We are not within 100 miles of an international border so that have NO authority to ask you for ANYTHING. TELL THEM TO FUCK OFF! And, Since my Spanish sucks, I Google translated how to say that in Spanish and repeated myself: Esto es una violación de los derechos de su cuarta enmienda. ¡No tienes que mostrarles nada! Esto es ilegal No cumples, y no tengas miedo. Están equivocados, y no dejaremos pasar esto The lady next to me did not speak English. She looked terrified. I reassured her that I had her back. The agents get on. Proceed to announce that they are about to start asking for "documentation" from people. I Stand up and yell "I'm not showing you shit! 'm not drivina this his so vou have NO The agents get on. Proceed to announce that they are about to start asking for "documentation" from people. I Stand up and yell "I'm not showing you shit! I'm not driving this bus, so you have NO RIGHT to ask me for anything! And the rest of you guys don't have to show them anything, either! This is harassment and racial profiling! Don't show them a gotdamn thing! We are not within 100 miles of a border so they have NO LEGAL RIGHT or jurisdiction here! GOOGLE IT!" The agents start to look exasperated, because they can see I'm wiling to act a WHOLE DONKEY. One of them said "Fine. We can see that you're a citizen because of your filthy mouth". And then they just said "go ahead" to the bus driver and got off. Point is: These border patrol officers act like they do because they EXPECT people to be afraid of them and just comply. The lady next to me spoke NO ENGLISH, but she was a very kind woman. She looked TERRIFIED when Point is: These border patrol officers act like they do because they EXPECT people to be afraid of them and just comply. The lady next to me spoke NO ENGLISH, but she was a very kind woman. She looked TERRIFIED when they boarded. I felt it was my duty to defend her. We DO NOT LIVE in Nazi Germany. No one should be asked to present "papers" for interstate travel. I defended her, and I defended myself. We DO NOT HAVE to just take this shit LYING down. What those officers did is WRONG and completely illegal. All it took was ONE LOUD ass Black woman to let them know WE ARE NOT WITH THE SHITS. FUCK Y'ALL. And they backed off. Use your voice. Take a risk. Act an ASS. Because if you let them intimidate the poor Spanish speaking woman next to you, who do you think they're coming for next? Obnoxious Lady Uses Google Translate to Give a Speech and Border Patrol lets her go Because of her "Foul Mouth"
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Asian, Beautiful, and Children: The Observer Muslim foster parents: We'd never had a Christmas tree it made them so happy <p><a href="http://ikkimikki.tumblr.com/post/168587488460/philtippett-ithelpstodream-once-the-children" class="tumblr_blog">ikkimikki</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://philtippett.tumblr.com/post/168428590826/ithelpstodream-once-the-children-were-asleep" class="tumblr_blog">philtippett</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://ithelpstodream.tumblr.com/post/168152017582/once-the-children-were-asleep-sajjad-headed-out" class="tumblr_blog">ithelpstodream</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>Once the children were asleep, Sajjad headed out on an urgent shopping mission. “We are Muslims and we’d never had a Christmas tree in our home. But these children were Christian and we wanted them to feel connected to their culture.” </p> <p>The couple worked until the early hours putting the tree up and wrapping presents. The first thing the children saw the next morning was the tree.</p> <p>“I had never seen that kind of extra happiness and excitement on a child’s face.“ The children were meant to stay for two weeks – seven years later two of the three siblings are still living with them.</p> <p><a href="https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/dec/03/muslim-foster-parents-it-has-been-such-a-blessing?CMP=fb_gu">https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/dec/03/muslim-foster-parents-it-has-been-such-a-blessing?CMP=fb_gu</a></p> </blockquote> <p>this is a beautiful article and i just want to include a few other highlights from the above family as well as another profiled:</p> <blockquote> <p>…she focuses on the positives – in particular how fostering has given her and Sajjad an insight into a world that had been so unfamiliar. “We have learned so much about English culture and religion,” Sajjad says. Riffat would read Bible stories to the children at night and took the girls to church on Sundays. “When I read about Christianity, I don’t think there is much difference,” she says. “It all comes from God.”</p> <p>The girls, 15 and 12, have also introduced Riffat and Sajjad to the world of after-school ballet, theatre classes and going to pop concerts. “I wouldn’t see many Asian parents at those places,” she says. “But I now tell my extended family you should involve your children in these activities because it is good for their confidence.” Having the girls in her life has also made Riffat reflect on her own childhood. “I had never spent even an hour outside my home without my siblings or parents until my wedding day,” she says.</p> <p>Just as Riffat and Sajjad have learned about Christianity, the girls have come to look forward to Eid and the traditions of henna. “I’ve taught them how to make potato curry, pakoras and samosas,” Riffat says. “But their spice levels are not quite the same as ours yet.” The girls can also sing Bollywood songs and speak Urdu.</p> <p>“I now look forward to going home. I have two girls and my wife waiting,” says Sajjad. “It’s been such a blessing for me,” adds Riffat. “It fulfilled the maternal gap.”</p> <p>[…]</p> <p>Shareen’s longest foster placement arrived three years ago: a boy from Syria. “He was 14 and had hidden inside a lorry all the way from Syria,” she says. The boy was deeply traumatised. They had to communicate via Google Translate; Shareen later learned Arabic and he picked up English within six months. She read up on Syria and the political situation there to get an insight into the conditions he had left.</p> <p>“It took ages to gain his trust,” she says. “I got a picture dictionary that showed English and Arabic words and I remember one time when I pronounced an Arabic word wrong and he burst out laughing and told me I was saying it wrong – that was the breakthrough.”</p> <p>The boy would run home from school and whenever they went shopping in town, he kept asking Shareen when they were going back home. She found out why: “He told me that one day he left his house in Syria and when he had come back, there was no house.” Now he’s 18, speaks English fluently and is applying for apprenticeships. He could move out of Shareen’s home, but has decided to stay. “He is a very different person to the boy who first came here,” she says, “and my relationship with him is that of a mother to her son.”</p> </blockquote> </blockquote> <p>What a beautifully loving family. </p> </blockquote> <p>This makes my heart happy </p>

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