Call me Neha (Nay-Ha)
uhm....I like to read. I like to obsess over fictional characters. I enjoy the small gestures in life and have learned to have low expectations about everything & everyone. I find myself writing more than I used to...
I'm pretty sarcastic. A bit cynical and at other time the stupidest hopeless romantic.
Reality: I'm all about school.
Things that make me happy: being a nerd, reading books, shopping for books, rearranging the books on my bookshelf, smelling my books before I read them, looking at pretty people and hating them, and discovering awesome music.
I hope when I die I become a ghost, that way I can just cruise the universe forever and see all the everythings.
Thought I heard a dog barking outside my window. It was my dad laughing.
I want a pet otter.
Anonymous asked: i'm just going to assume you weren't aware of this but if you, as a white person, were to dread your hair it would be considered racist
It’s cultural appreciation, not cultural appropriation.
Telling me I’m not allowed to do something because I’m white, THAT’S racist. It’s like me saying that black people who naturally have curly hair aren’t allowed to straighten it because “that would be racist”. It’s not. And you only see racism when you want to.
You are taught to hate. You are taught to see racism in things. If I dread my hair and people tell me it’s racism, I’ll be happy, because it will be like the weeds picking themselves out of my garden - I will know exactly who is worth my time and who isn’t.