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lilyismilesaway:

aunteeblazer:

martinekenblog:

French artist Vivi Mac is constantly challenging herself to make portraits using diverse foods—e.g. barbecue sauce, milk, chocolate, sugar, and more. In addition to the five images included in post, you can view other examples at her Facebook photo gallery.

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OH ! Flamby ! Best portrait of the French President !

dualchainz:

lizbusiness:

dualchainz:

khaleesi-ofbooty:

I showed this to my ghetto friend and she was like “yaaaas they TURNIN UP”

what the fuck is a ghetto friend?

please explain to me because it just sounds like you meant to say black but instead you’re dehumanizing this person by referring to them as ghetto

They didn’t say “black” they said ghetto. It could have been any fucking race. It could have been a ghetto Asian person for all we know. I think you got it all wrong. You’re just automatically jumping to conclusion thinking all ghetto people are black.

i’m jumping to the conclusion that whenever someone refers to another person as ghetto it tends to be a black person

no one should be called ghetto there’s no such thing as being ghetto it’s just another term that people use to define them as not living up to white standards and it’s bullshit