I’m seriously so sick of seeing all these white hipsters with Día de los Muertos/sugar skull tattoos.

Do they even mean anything to you motherfuckers, or do you just get it cuz it’s cute/trendy/cool looking?

Like, do you even comprehend how culturally/spiritually loaded those images are?

This post is posted on Saturday 20 April 2013.
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