do you ever feel like there’s just so many pretty girls but most dudes are just subpar like there are radiant goddesses everywhere and just piles and piles of guys in backwards baseball caps and sandals
Well, the Bulgarian version of ‘baseball caps and sandals’ is dudes with big muscles (‘pumped up’ as we call them here), very tight tees and shaved or super short hair. They look like dicks, literally. (Seriously, there was an interview with one guy who proudly said that the shaved head has a phallus-like appearance and is thus very masculine. He could’ve just said ‘I am a dickhead’.)
And at the same time, girls and women are so jaw-droppingly beautiful. Walking down the street, travelling in the subway, going to some shop- everywhere there are so many gorgeous women. I kind of wish I was a film director and could make movie after a movie starring all those beauties. And then I’m glad I wasn’t, because how would I be able to choose, there are so many of them, and they’re all ridiculously pretty. Several days ago I went to Starbucks and couldn’t take my eyes off the girl at the cash register. She wasn’t wearing any make up, had her hair in a low ponytail and deserved to be carved in stone by Canova.
But even if it’s not about face features, the whole appearance and air of women is different: there is charm and individuality and expressiveness that lacks in most men. You look into women’s eyes and see depth, see the layers of their personality. And men… “just piles and piles of guys”. Exactly. Nothing more.
Green is good
Rosemary and peas soup + roasted sunflower seeds + black sesame
You guys… It’s kinda culturally appropriative to use the word “selca”
I’ll keep this in mind!
Doesn’t it mean “self cam”?
Yeah it does but some Koreans are annoyed that we use it so I’ll just use selfie it’s not that hard for me to not use a word
Are you kidding me? Kinda culturally appropriative? Some Koreans were annoyed?
So I guess when I have a guest over, they’ll have to sleep in their underwear because I can’t ask them ‘Do you need a pajama?’, as that might annoy some Indians and Iranians and most probably some Pakistani too. Also, let’s close all kindergartens because they’re a blatant case of infringement of the rights the Germans have on this term.
Now, seriously. If someone can explain to me well why the word ‘selca’ shoudln’t be used by foreigners and in what ways precisely it is offensive and culturally appropriative I’d be really thankful. My minor is linguistics and I have what you can say a professional interest in this matter.