I honestly found some of the comments quite hilarious, and even though their thinking may be a little bit radical, I understand their point here. Even if the woman was a proud American, and just wanted to show it, it was not the best way to do it. She could have worn a normal hijab/nicab and also a shirt with the American flag pattern, and probably no one would have been offended (or just a few teabaggers). But taking a symbol of a country, and mixing it with a symbol of a religion that is not “representative” of that country, could generate this kind of… response. Also in my case I don’t see it right as its kind of a sexist symbol, for me, (even though I don’t mind if they wanna use it, but I see it as kinda humiliating), and it mixes up with a symbol that for them represents freedom and equality (even though then they don’t apply this a lot of times…), but hey, it’s not my call. xD
This is Korean: 안녕하세요
This is Japanese: こんにちは
This is Chinese: 你好
It all looks the same to me
Abandoned Amusement Park in New Orleans
ugh, it’s so fucking cool I can’t even handle it.
acabo de tenir un orgasme
God I love this woman.
CL - 나쁜 기집애 (THE BADDEST FEMALE) M/V (by 2NE1)