A few months ago, my family and I vacationed in the Philippines. When we got back, I began a mini project of crafting charms from “Bahay Kubo,” a popular Filipino folk song. A “bahay kubo” is a Nipa hut that served as a type of dwelling or resting hut. The song “Bahay Kubo” mentions the bahay kubo and how it’s surrounded by various vegetables. From left to right, the charms are arranged in the order they are sung in the song (⌒.⌒)
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Why didn’t this have any notes?
It doesnt have any notes because its a black woman doing it. Had it been a white woman this wouldve been national news.
it doesn’t have any notes yet because it was literally posted today calm the fuck down (also hell yeah this woman rules)
"Criminals are a terror. Hearts of the night. I must disguise my terror. Criminals are cowardly. A superstitious terrible omen. A cowardly lot. My disguise must strike terror. I must be black. Terrible. Criminals are a superstitious cowardly lot. I must be a creature. I must be a creature of the night. Mommy’s dead. Daddy’s dead. Brucie’s dead. I shall become a bat.”