Kim Phuc was pictured in a world-famous and iconic photograph from the Vietnam war, running naked from an airborne attack, horribly burned with napalm, in June of 1972. Since then, Kim has found peace, and a message she can offer, borne of her suffering.
She runs The Kim Foundation International, and she acts as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNESCO. She has transformed into a viable, visible symbol of peace and hope. Hers is an important story of resilience, courage, and forgiveness.
I LOVE THIS.
THE LAST GUY@!!!!! SO SASSY!!!
lol i like making people guess to fuck w them
i either make all answers lead to “new york” or i will say where im from but not “what” i am
and theyll be all pressed like
but what kinda people are you? me: spanish speakers. :|
ok but what about your name, wheres it from?
me: its arab. but im not. kind of. i guess.
omg, the last .gif seals the deal for me.
i love getting hella extra smart with folks who play guessing games with me.
“what’s your nationality?”
“okay girl, you know what i mean. where are you from.”
The Bay *smirk.
“OKAY WHERE IS YOUR FAMILY FROM, SHIT.”
Well my Dad’s from Georgia *smirk
and by then they lose interest and i’m on the floor, ROFLing for my life.
i love doing that shit
their faces as they cant figure out what stereotype to slap on you
Sometimes I sap the fun out of the game by just saying I’m Chinese right off the bat, like “Hello, nice to meet you, Chinese”. That usually takes the issue off the table. Not always, though, a fair amount of white people still come back with something like “Oh I wouldn’t have guessed that, I was thinking Japanese!” Well okay then. Actually, Asians also guess wrong all the time — Chinese think I’m Chinese, Koreans think I’m Korean, Japanese think I’m Japanese — so non-Asians shouldn’t even attempt it.
A vlog about Asian stereotypes.
this guy is on the money xD
THESE ARE SO DELICIOUS
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