To Non-Asians: →
#Asian is not a fetish
#stop saying yellow fever
Just because you like/listen to K-Pop, that doesn’t mean it’s okay for you to fetishize the Korean culture in general.
Don’t say things like “Korean men are ao hot! All of them are cute.” THAT’S DISRESPECTFUL.
And no, don’t come at me with bull like “It’s not a fetish if you love a culture.”…
I’m half Korean and half Scottish/Irish. I agree with you, I wish people would stop saying shit like “yellow fever” and calling it an Asian fetish. That said I do think people are entitled to their preferences. My mother (who’s “white”-i.e. Scottish/Irish) has a preference for Asian men, particularly Korean or Japanese. When I was growing up so many people would ask her right in front of me “how much do you charge for baby sitting?” or “did you adopt?” No…She gave birth to me! She got the baby sitting question so much that she started giving snarky responses like “I charge 9 months of pregnancy, 13 hours of labour and an episiotomy”. A lot of people were critical of my mom’s preferences and would say shit like “yellow fever” to her.
An inmate serving a life sentence for molesting and murdering a 10-year-old girl named Katie was forcibly tattooed across the forehead by a fellow prisoner with the words “KATIE’S REVENGE”
(Source: rumpshaker, via inlectum)
I value moms. I value my mom. I value your mom and his mom. Everyone’s mom. Moms are important as hell.
I love my mom. Despite the fact that she’s sometimes a real cunt bitch.
Out of the hospital, but still tons of issues
I’ve been out of the hospital however not really good things are happening to me. I had a dr today tell me “they should not have discharged you. Who discharged you?” because according to the reports and blood work I had done today I still have acute pancreatitis. It’s fucking painful as hell. but luckily the dr who did discharge me put me on some jacked up opiates to null the pain. I have an appointment with him (the one who discharged me) tomorrow. i had blood drawn again and according to him (we spoke on the phone today) if my blood levels are still high next week I will have to check back in to the hospital for a 5-10 day period where they will a)starve me b)put me on a bag of morphine and IV fluids and c)hope that I get better. So basically they will have me on a controlled fast and narcotics. Yay me.
The week that I was in there they starved me. I got nothing to eat. However the morphine did make my hunger go away.
It’s painful when I eat. Although now that I’ve had my cyst and my gallbladder removed the pain isn’t nearly as bad. Basically I had a 12 cm cyst on my ovary, a whole bunch of gallstones and some stone blocking a duct. Shit hit the fan one night and I nearly died. Luckily I live 10 min walk to the hospital so as the pain got bad I took a walk up there. I underestimated my pain and when a dr saw me they told me I was having an emergency. My liver was failing, my pancreas was failing, my ovary was flipped and fucking stones were in my duct. 3 surgeries later and I’m here to tell you all about it.
I hope you are feeling better. :/
Cool thank you. I have acute pancreatitis right now. Not really fun, but they have me on some pretty jacked up opiates. Oxyneo. This is what acute pancreatitis is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acute_pancreatitis