yup. that's true. Still... Shouldn't the fat little white one on the far right with the stamp on him also be shunned?
I'm nerdy because I like getting that reaction from people. Makes me laugh. People can act so stupid sometimes.
All of my friends will go to a mall in cosplay dangling little pokemon plushies from our belts, find the biggest room in the building, turn our giant stereo with nerdy music to it's max setting and just dance. Who cares if we're in college? We can play minecraft and watch anime all we want!!!!
And if anyone has anything to say against that then they're probably just reacting because everyone else is and they can't think for themselves.
Coming from a small town up north (surrounded by facist douche bags), I know exactly how this egg feels. - - But I just delude myself into thinking play it off as it just being a matter of how awesome I am and continue with my day. :3 /shot for failing
Yep. Would matter just as much. But considering it's brown eggs that have historically been far more widely targeted for discrimination and hate crimes, it makes more sense to display the brown egg surrounded by horrified white eggs, if you're only going to make one image. (Tho doing both would be even better!) White eggs on the whole live a privileged life compared to brown eggs. Sometimes white eggs get the same bad treatment by brown eggs, and that's bad too. Every egg matters just as much. It's just that statistically, the brown egg being picked on by white eggs happens more often than the reverse. But if you disagree, that's okay. We can both at least agree that eggs should all treat each other with respect regardless of shell color right?
I view a different story from racism. The brown egg is different and outstanding, that's why he has a smile on his face. and the white eggs are not happy with one of their same old friends turning brown and different from them, so they not happy. their face looks like"how come you are the one turning brown.""Omg, one betrayed us!"
I'm not sure whether this is simply meant to be funny or if it is intended to make a statement about racism, but I would say it effectively does both. I just adore the faces, especially the white egg behind the brown egg (he seems particularly horrified). This is a cute, creative, and profound idea. Wonderful job, dear!
White eggs, brown eggs... shell color doesn't matter, because they're all the same on the inside. There are fifteen of them, yet they all came into this world in the same way*, and they will leave in the same way**