What in all that is holy is wrong with that skirt! I’m sick of people! I’m ready for another Black Plague
@celtics313131, in this day an age it would be politically incorrect to call it a Black Plague as it may offend someone.......someone who needs a dose of the plague
@downunderdoctor, bacterium of color is the preferred term
@downunderdoctor, ha ha
@celtics313131, *winks* you looking for me?
@celtics313131, people are incorrectly thinking that it’s pepe the frog, but even then, the assertion that Pepe is racist is incorrect
@The next plague, you beautiful bast*erd get in here! Serve us up something nice and quick, eh???
@downunderdoctor, then I hereby elect the term buboNIG plague
@downunderdoctor, lol I’m going to start saying “they need a dose of plague” now.
@FPVeteranWolf, Pepe was not racist at its inception, but has been coopted by alt right groups as “a sort of mascot”, to quote Rick Spencer moments before he got cold-cocked. Just like the “white power” hand signal that seems to have only come to be used for that purpose after it was falsely identified as having a racist meaning. Now, white supremacists love to use it in photo ops and shît as a trigger point.
@Berntley, well the same can be said about crosses and crescent moons, but a symbol only has the power we give it
@FPVeteranWolf, I agree, except to say that it goes both ways. A swastika has many meanings and a lot of religious significance outside of being the symbol of hate that we’ve all come to know. However, because of the way it was adopted by the Nazis as their banner insignia, it bears a whole new meaning across the globe. Pepe the frog isn’t worthy of that level of infamy, by any means, but it’s worth being aware that it is used in a way other than just silly ass jokes about “feelsgoodman”, as it could also be an identifier of someone’s agenda or ideology that one might want to be aware of.
@Berntley, yes, but going into a twitch stream, seeing PepeHands and freaking out and writing an article about it is not being aware of context
@FPVeteranWolf, I wholeheartedly agree. And particularly on behalf of the artist who created Pepe for the sake of bringing smiles to people’s faces, I don’t intend to vilify the use of his image unless clearly used in an unruly manner, and typically, there are other pretty clear signs if someone is at the point of using pepeHeil or whatever it may be called at this point.
They think it’s Pepe. But I’m not meme literate to know what Pepe’s deal is. 🤷🏾♂️
@Korywitak, Pepe has been adopted as a symbol of white supremacy by some people. He isn't.
@Proactive Citizenry , hes literally a stupid looking frog people get so bent out of shape
Wait, is that even a skirt?
I dont wanna be a burden
I love the young people...
What the fvck is zara
@stevepaige, a store like H&M, forever 21, etc
Websites will try to get offended by anything for attention