Yes I am aware, I’m also aware it was also East Pakistan. But I refuse to be called Indian. Do you know why? Because blood was shed in order for Bangladesh to earn it’s name. My grandfather was captured and killed in the genocide of ‘71. So for me to accept to be called “Indian” would be an insult to my grandfather and all those who died for my country. I hope I opened your eyes from such a narrow perspective.23 notes / 9 months ago / reblog
hipster comment: very necessary.3 notes / 9 months ago / reblog
My dad just said he wants me to get married in 2 years.
Homie, calm down.
I need to educate myself first.13 notes / 11 months ago / reblog
outfits n stuff
(idk if i should make a seperate link to these on my naviagation)1 notes / 1 year ago / reblog
when i first got it, it wasn’t gold. I think it was titanium.
I think the metal you put in your fresh nose piercing does have a factor as to the the healing process…not sure.
I got it pierced at a tattoo shop by a needle.
I don’t know anyone who has gotten it pierced by a gun, but I researched it and found it was much better to do it with a needle. The people with piercing guns are often inexperienced. Also the gun would hurt more because of the added pressure. The needle that was used to pierce my nose was extremely sharp, so it went through easily, only a few seconds of pain.
I put in a stud at first, it’s easier to clean with a freshly pierced nose when you have a stud.
hope that helped!1 notes / 1 year ago / reblog