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  1. If we follow the "cultural appropriation" thing,then you also need to do the following: You can't wear anything plaid, unless you are Scottish or Scottish descent. You can't wear anything that could be classified as Celtic knotwork, unless you are Celtic or of Celtic descent. You can't wear a Thor's hammer unless you identify with the old Norse religion, are Norse or of Norse descent. If you're going to make/wear a "Viking" tattoo or costume, you need to be of said descent. It's not "cosplay", it's "cultural appropriation". These are just a few examples. If
  2. wasn't feeling inspired today and couldn't think of a theme, so I asked around and Skell suggested " Meeting with Death". The typical dark and gloomy thing wasn't working for me, so I said " F it!! I'm having a tea party!!"
  3. Today, I'm channeling Morticia Addams
  4. It's the start of my October theme challenge. Theme is: Saint or Sinner. This one I let you decide which she is.
  5. Love is like a rainbow, It's breathtaking and beautiful and then fades away ~ Catrie Athena 5th grade.
  6. Is this really what love is, though? I mean, doing dishes for a sick friend or relative shows you care, but is the act itself actually love? Does anyone actually love doing dishes? You can not dislike doing them or even enjoy doing them, but I wouldn't say that's love. I would say that all the examples you gave show caring and possibly compassion. However, nothing says that's love. One could say they are done in love or you baked a cake "with love", as you either are passionate about baking or you care about the person getting the cake, but again, is that really love? What is love, an
  7. If we're talking trains, we have to talk about Tama the Railroad conductor cat. https://japan-forward.com/station-master-tama-the-cat-remains-railroad-goddess-after-her-death/
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