CAN YOU PLEASE HELP ME i DON’T KNOW WHAT ELSE TO DO
exorablexiu HAS BEEN SAYING SHE’S GOING TO KILL HERSELF AND KEEPS SAYING GOODBYE AND THAT SHES SORRY. CAN YOU PLEASE TELL EVERYONE THAT SHE IS LOVED AND THAT SHE SHOULDN’T DO IT, I’LL BE SENDING THIS TO EVERYONE PLEASE…
- girl: what are you doing?
- boy: something i should have done a long time ago
In January, Sam Pepper uploaded a video called “How To Get A Girlfriend Easy” in which he sneaks up behind or beside unsuspecting women on the street and handcuffs them to himself. He then tells them they’re “his girlfriend now.”
When one victim reacts furiously, saying “No! I don’t know you! Take it off!” and demands that he remove the handcuffs, he refuses and replies with “We’re dating now.” She tries again, “Look, I don’t know where you’re from, but we don’t do this in America. Take this off,” while fighting with the cuffs. He refuses again, insisting they’re “going on a date.” She then tells him that she’s married, to which he says “No, you’re married to me now,” and refuses yet again to remove the handcuffs.
At the end of the video, another woman is pleading with him to undo the handcuffs, and he refuses to until she kisses him on the lips. Pepper appears to think the entire scenario is hilarious at best and endearingly misguided at worst, while the women being “pranked” are visibly livid, terrified, and profoundly uncomfortable.
NONE OF THESE THINGS ARE PRANKS.
We need to stop calling assault by white men on men of color and women of all races “pranks,” because it makes them seem lighthearted and fun, not like the violent criminal acts they are.
oftentimes women might smile at cat-callers out of nervousness or pure fear because they know that if they react negatively that guy could get way scarier and even violent
it’s not a “wow i’m so flattered” smile it’s literally a “please don’t follow me home and murder me after this” smile
- me on a spanish test: cómo se llama, bonita, mi casa, shakira shakira