Anderhalve VrijMiBo


Het is weekend. Op gepaste afstand.
Zet alles klaar om vooraf vol te zijn,
in forse hompen, snijdend te verdelen.
Valt het van tafels, zal het vallen.
Grond eindigt niet.
Zorg dat servetten vleugels zijn en boten
tot ze op schoten liggen voor het morsen.
Moet iemand even doen alsof een hoed,
laat maar begaan.
Dan kruimels weg en kleren recht en voorsten
vooraan neergelegd, daarachter door de knieën,
daarachter staan. Lachen zacht, vlucht niet,
kijk niemand aan.
Alleen wie scherpstelt, schiet, vereeuwigt.
Prettig weekend. En be nice.

Diversity

[diversity] Fijne No bra day (alsnog)

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Het was dus mooi wel no bra day deze week en dat dient gewoon langer gevierd te worden. Dus bij deze. En omdat er doorgaans verdomd weinig Aziatische vrouwen in de vrijmibo zitten, voor de diversiteit eens een Aziatische deerne. Preauscht!

Bij deze ook dank voor de donaties (zie link hier beneden) die zo af en toe binnen druppelen. Dank, dank en nog eens drank!

Klik dan!

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