me irl

me irl

That is the face of someone who has a hot piece of bread before

wheat too thanks

White bread? Pffft, that's nothing. I ate a whole slice of rye once and only had to drink 2 glasses of milk afterwards

>looks at calendar

weed too thanks

Looks kinda like felicity jones lol

👏READ👏THE👏BREAD👏BOOK👏

Seriously? Cuba's GDP has grown annually by an average rate of 4.74% since 1994. In the years from the capitalist crisis until now (2008-2012) it has grown by an average of 3.6% - compare this to imperialist Britain, where it has 'grown' by an average of, ahem, -4.4%. Unlike in the imperialist countries Cuba's growth has not been sustained off plundering the world and squeezing the working class. Even in the worst years of the Special Period - the years following the destruction of the USSR, where 35% of GDP and 80% of trade was lost practically overnight - it didn't shut down one hospital or old person's home, nobody starved, and nobody was made homeless. And this is in the context of a 53-year blockade implemented by the US which had cost Cuba over $236bn by January 2011. Cuba has a 'high' HDI index - 0.78. It is the only country in the world to have sustainable development as measured by the WWF. Its healthcare system is universally understood as one of the best in the world - it sends more doctors overseas than the entire WHO. And this is in the context of it being a small Caribbean island which was as unequal and poor as any other before the revolution. If you want to see what Cuban socialism really means, put these basic facts in the context of a Jamaica (whose post-crisis GDP has shrunk by an annual average of -1.1%, has 17.6% of people living under the national poverty line, and is facing IMF-imposed austerity measures which include a 20% real-terms cut in wage) or a Haiti (where 78% of people live on less than $2 a day). It has economic issues it needs to resolve - an increased productivity to combat the dual currency, for example - but these problems would not even exist were it not for the US blockade, and it is already working on resolving them. To argue that it is completely stagnant is completely ridiculous by anyone's measure.

i thought it was felicity jones

every hot pepper/hot sauce lunatic on YouTube is white I've noticed

white guys are the kings of doing dumb shit to themselves to impress others

Curse you Americans and your backwards date system!

why is this posted in /sub/minecraft?

🅱️ecause 🅱️rea🅱️

You'd be surprised.

Enough kind

Rye taste like the way icy hot smells. If I ever become dictator of the world, rye will be outlawed. Get your fill.

Seriously? Cuba's GDP has grown annually by an average rate of 4.74% since 1994. In the years from the capitalist crisis until now (2008-2012) it has grown by an average of 3.6% - compare this to imperialist Britain, where it has 'grown' by an average of, ahem, -4.4%. Unlike in the imperialist countries Cuba's growth has not been sustained off plundering the world and squeezing the working class. Even in the worst years of the Special Period - the years following the destruction of the USSR, where 35% of GDP and 80% of trade was lost practically overnight - it didn't shut down one hospital or old person's home, nobody starved, and nobody was made homeless. And this is in the context of a 53-year blockade implemented by the US which had cost Cuba over $236bn by January 2011. Cuba has a 'high' HDI index - 0.78. It is the only country in the world to have sustainable development as measured by the WWF. Its healthcare system is universally understood as one of the best in the world - it sends more doctors overseas than the entire WHO. And this is in the context of it being a small Caribbean island which was as unequal and poor as any other before the revolution. If you want to see what Cuban socialism really means, put these basic facts in the context of a Jamaica (whose post-crisis GDP has shrunk by an annual average of -1.1%, has 17.6% of people living under the national poverty line, and is facing IMF-imposed austerity measures which include a 20% real-terms cut in wage) or a Haiti (where 78% of people live on less than $2 a day). It has economic issues it needs to resolve - an increased productivity to combat the dual currency, for example - but these problems would not even exist were it not for the US blockade, and it is already working on resolving them. To argue that it is completely stagnant is completely ridiculous by anyone's measure.

It's the big teeth

Uhh I mean...me too thanks

/sub/pumpernickelmasterrace

whoorchata

FULLY

that's because it only hurts white people. if it was a video of an African man eating something and not reacting, no one would watch it.

everyone wants to watch videos of white people suffering.

woke af, comrade

Thank

I always thought the same and a couple of days back I met a white relative of mine who is married to my Indian aunt. Damn he was just stuffing thai chilies into his mouth. My aunt made spicy chicken dish and I couldn't sleep that night because my stomach was on fire. Next morning she was like 'He eats so much spice so for him its not spicy'. I thought 'oh thank you, your spicy chicken almost burnt my stomach'. Lol

What kind of rye have you had?

But what does the fact that Cuba's GDP having grown annually by an average rate of 4.74% since 1994, in the years from the capitalist crisis until now (2008-2012), growing by an average of 3.6% compared to imperialist Britain, having 'grown' by an average of -4.4% and that unlike in the imperialist countries Cuba's growth not being sustained off plundering the world and squeezing the working class, even in the worst years of the Special Period - the years following the destruction of the USSR, where 35% of GDP and 80% of trade was lost practically overnight and that it didn't shut down one hospital or old person's home, that nobody starved, and that nobody was made homeless, and being the context of a 53-year blockade implemented by the US which had cost Cuba over $236bn by January 2011, Cuba having a 'high' HDI index - 0.78, being the only country in the world to have sustainable development as measured by the WWF, and that its healthcare system is universally understood as one of the best in the world - sending more doctors overseas than the entire WHO, in the context of it being a small Caribbean island which was as unequal and poor as any other before the revolution, and that if I want to see what Cuban socialism really means, I should put these basic facts in the context of a Jamaica (whose post-crisis GDP has shrunk by an annual average of -1.1%, having 17.6% of people living under the national poverty line, facing IMF-imposed austerity measures which include a 20% real-terms cut in wage) or a Haiti (where 78% of people live on less than $2 a day), with economic issues it needs to resolve - an increased productivity to combat the dual currency, for example - and that these problems would not even exist were it not for the US blockade, and that it is already working on resolving them, and to argue that it is completely stagnant and completely ridiculous by anyone's measure have to do with spicy bread?

INSURRECTIONARY

"What doesn't it have to do with Cuba's economy" is the question you should be asking.

My professor caught me looking at this.

No not at all. It was just my preconceived notion which I dont have anymore. I just wanted to say what I thought before meeting him and if I think about it now, it seems so stupid. Like what does race or skin color have to do about how much spicy one likes to eat. Try cut mirchi or mirchi bhajji in an Indian Restaurant( if you already haven't), you'll love it.

They like to do weird things with numbers

LUXURY

I thought it was Peyton Manning.

I thought it was .

G A Y

In Finland rye bread is the most popular bread. You better avoid coming here.

S P A C E

hah yeah

That's because it's objectively the best bread.

spicy food is life for me, i'm white. am i weird?

this

Check out video.

This is Americans being confused by normal numbers, it's incredibly odd.

They're not confused by the numbers, they're confused about how British people say them.