Nothing wrong with being an introvert but it’s nothing cool either. When we 90s kids were young, being an introvert was the result of being bullied. I still remember when acting nerdy became a trend. Bitch, you don’t know how it felt like when it was real. #smh#gtfoh#nerd#beforeitwascool#dz#fr#london
When you Grandpa's favorite and wana chill but the other grand kids come and fuck everything up.. #gtfoh#fuckingbastards
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You've been talmbout men ain't shit for the past 6 months, and now you pop up with a sonogram? #gtfoh
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Soooooo........ Hmmmm...... "This version of the meme uses a 1911 photograph of child laborers in a Pennsylvania mine to illustrate its false claims about Irish slavery.
Some of them are easy to disprove. Many of the memes use photographs, including of Jewish Holocaust victims or 20th century child laborers, to illustrate events they claim happened in the 17th century, long before the invention of photography. : the little-known story of the Irish slaves who built America, who are sometimes said to have outnumbered and been treated worse than slaves from Africa.
IS NOT TRUE..... Historians say the idea of Irish slaves is based on a misreading of history and that the distortion is often politically motivated. Far-right memes have taken off online and are used as racist barbs against African-Americans. “The Irish were slaves, too,” the memes often say. “We got over it, so why can’t you?” A small group of Irish and American scholars has spent years pushing back on the false history. Last year, 82 Irish scholars and writers signed an open letter denouncing the Irish slave myth and asking publications to stop mentioning it. Some complied, removing or revising articles that referenced the false claims...." https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/17/us/irish-slaves-myth.html Soooo..... #GTFOH