In the long run, it is safer for anyone to live with their own kind and even at war than it is to try to survive amongst a world where even your own neighbors are kindly strangers.
I am not working for you people; I am working for me, and to help the people—get that shit right.
Here is to anyone who might start going off slandering my name that I am in any way, shape, or form copying another person’s work; I will defend myself in court—with proof, truth, reason, and logic. See you there.
Anyone can do art, but not everyone is an artist.
- I don’t do well in a social group.
- I don’t do too good working as a collective team.
- I am not your friend.
- I am your enemy.
- I am taking over.
Ms. Amine Batbouti
When one’s work is shared and still they wonder if they should state appreciation.
In the Hebrew language, you can actually choose weither you wanna roll your r’s or not—isn’t that amazing. And nobody is going to judge you for it.
So I have made contact with the government of Israel and my request has been accepted; Israel wants me—back.
In the goy’s worst case scenario, my Jewish blood is going to be converted into Judaism.
Stranger: There’s nothing there.
Me: I’m glad you asked.
Me: Because I’d rather live on one shekel than continue to smell the smell of one more goy breathing around me.
The advantage of not being addicted to cigarettes is that when I don’t have money to buy cigarettes; suddenly, “I’ve never smoked in my whole life.”
“We need an adult passport,” oooh why thank you what a compliment.
“We need Proof Of Judaism,” what about I take a bullet in my head instead.
I don’t care this is more important to me than your whole life and lives put together.
Stranger: What did you dream about last night.
Me: I was looking out the window when suddenly I heard my siblings from afar walking nonchalently over to the doorstep while making sure they saw me and started knocking like nobody’s business.
Nowadays, it’s all about who’s name sounds like a Jew and who’s name doesn’t and who’s the synagogue of the month and who doesn’t; instead of, who is a Jew and who isn’t.