She much really suck dick well or have cash to wasteYa Amber Heard Me?! wrote: ↑Tue May 09, 2017 10:27 pmI'm astounded Emma Watson WON AN AWARD. She's such a non-entity she makes Natalie Portman look positively charismatic.
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On the internet, everyone end up being Spoony and Tim Buckley
She's just a progressive hero and IT WAS HER TURN!
But really, she's such a fucking non-entity that not even her nudes are any good.
Hail Eris, all hail Discordia!
True dat. The first thing I thought when I saw those nudes was 'so what we've learned here is that Emma Watson is painfully average in every conceivable way'
So I says 'Bitch, you look like you need a pimp in your life' and she said 'I got a pimp' and I said 'Sheeyit. That nigga ain't no pimp. He a valet for hoes'
Haha. What a surprise. A feminist won the first ever award for a 'gender' bollocks award. How fucking shocking. And on top of that they did it with a Disney film, the thing the SJ-Ws all wank over.sigh wrote: ↑Tue May 09, 2017 6:49 am
The winner of the first ever gender neutral award in the 'Best Actor in a Movie' category was: Emma Watson for her portrayal of Bella in this years live action adaptation of 'Beauty and the Beast'. I am astounded that she won an award for recreating an animated character.
Also how dare white countries have white people in them! That's so racist. Are they not aware of what year it is?
That actually is a thing now, there was a picture of the 'metro' in Warsaw that was circling /pol/ and twitter and at some point it got to a polish news site and sparked a discussion of how white and racist polish people are, which they are, but how could you deduce it from the photo is beyond me.
Remember lack of poc == racism in current year+2.
But that means white men can still win something. Merging into one award means it's less likely white cis male scum win anything, which is the true intention of this.
That what struck me at first, that They actually gone the other way instead of diluting awards to make everyone a winner, they actually gone the opposite way and made less awards. That and who won, and for what.
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