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JFL Being curry is literally the worst

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Even curries in the West don't wanna be associated with being curries.
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And imagine an A list curry actor saying this.
 
I'd rather get the Springlock failure then be a curry
 
I find it odd that they cuck themselves with that caste system
 
ramanjuan the indian genius died an outcast in the UK and died by tuberculosis. sad.
 
I think he was an upper caste curry
yeah he even got outcasted by his family because according to some curry tradition, he wasn't allowed to travel outside the country. they started hating on him. read a bit of his biography
 
yeah he even got outcasted by his family because according to some curry tradition, he wasn't allowed to travel outside the country. they started hating on him. read a bit of his biography
Imagine being indian jfl my nigga and whitecels here say they have it hard.
 
Being curry is a curse fuck this shit and fuck god if he exists
 
I find it odd that they cuck themselves with that caste system
Europe had worse caste system until French Revolution, it was called Clergy, Nobility, and Peasants, Serfs and Slaves, the nobility enjoyed exclusive lifestyle by taxing peasants harshly and serfs were property of landlords and not paid even. Yes this was all birth based , and your fate depended upon whether you took birth in the right estate. Curries comparatively practised a less rigid structure and even peasants could own lands, that's why it is sustaining till date even in modern age
 
idk man, being curry pretty bad but i think being rice worse tbh. getting cucked from all races :feelsrope:
 
Europe had worse caste system until French Revolution, it was called Clergy, Nobility, and Peasants, Serfs and Slaves, the nobility enjoyed exclusive lifestyle by taxing peasants harshly and serfs were property of landlords and not paid even. Yes this was all birth based , and your fate depended upon whether you took birth in the right estate. Curries comparatively practised a less rigid structure and even peasants could own lands, that's why it is sustaining till date even in modern age
True you can trace this with names like Harry Potter :feelskek:
 
True you can trace this with names like Harry Potter :feelskek:
YES true like Goldsmiths , etc ...Elliot Rodger admitted in his manifesto his father belonged to a royal lineage of Rodger family in UK and he was proud of it
 
YES true like Goldsmiths , etc ...Elliot Rodger admitted in his manifesto his father belonged to a royal lineage of Rodger family in UK and he was proud of it
He wrote that in his manifesto??screenshot please
 
Europe had worse caste system until French Revolution, it was called Clergy, Nobility, and Peasants, Serfs and Slaves, the nobility enjoyed exclusive lifestyle by taxing peasants harshly and serfs were property of landlords and not paid even. Yes this was all birth based , and your fate depended upon whether you took birth in the right estate. Curries comparatively practised a less rigid structure and even peasants could own lands, that's why it is sustaining till date even in modern age
Also the thing about caste system is it's pretty normal in every society.
Hierarchies exist everywhere.
 
He wrote that in his manifesto??screenshot please
Its in the first page mang, just see for yourself, its titled as a Blissful Beginning, read it carefully
 

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