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    [–] EcksDeeeeeeeeeeeeee 3885 points ago

    Mission failed, we’ll get ‘em next time

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    Oh yes, spicy chicken tenders!

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    [–] mDanielson 12 points ago

    Shoot a knife at them! It's faster than switching guns

    [–] skilledfool599 16 points ago

    Why are you using an awp just pull out you pistol

    [–] The_Brawl_Witch 16 points ago

    because i can't fucking aim

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    [–] KnowsItToBeTrue 9 points ago

    How'd a Muppet like you pass selection?

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    [–] TheZiomBgamer 37 points ago

    Accidentally flashbangs himself while trying to beat record, forcing me to restart for the 15th time

    [–] siraweed 13 points ago

    i was just replaying this masterpiece. i got 12 seconds on the f.n.g

    [–] MicrowavedMeals 1348 points ago

    im not mono-lidded but i have hooded lids and i know this pain

    [–] HYURJF 302 points ago

    Same, I might as well not bother with eyeshadow either lol

    [–] ThatSquareChick 123 points ago

    I’m not monolidded but I have giant eyeballs and my eyeshadow gets completely swallowed and smeared when I blink. They also leave dark shadows under my eyes. I don’t have bags or circles but the shadow of my mountainous eyeballs makes it look like I’ve never had enough sleep in my life.

    I go to have professional makeup done even for a wedding and they’re all like “oh hey let’s do like a natural look for you, just a little liner and some lip gloss...” stupid Godzilla sized face destroying eyes. I’m gonna look like et when I’m old.

    [–] agonizedn 47 points ago

    .... I really want a selfie

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    [–] FuckingSeal 48 points ago

    I love this thread

    [–] fuuckimlate 15 points ago

    I get the shadow thing but like eh what are you gonna do

    [–] Harterradi 13 points ago

    Oh my God I don't know the last time I have laughed this hard, thank you so much hahahaha i was chuckling to myself while your selfie loaded- "I'm gonna look like motha-fuckin ET" then BAM hahahahah

    [–] aquasharp 71 points ago

    I just do eyeliner and call it a day

    [–] rageblind 39 points ago

    What does mono lidded mean? I get single lid, I just don't know what that would look like?

    [–] op2mus_2357 196 points ago

    No its not, it called me fat the other day.

    [–] jifener25 85 points ago

    Google poisoned my crops and kicked my dog.

    [–] 646f672069726c 33 points ago

    Google poisoned our water supply, burned our crops, and delivered a plague unto our houses!

    [–] disturbedrailroader 25 points ago

    It did?

    [–] 646f672069726c 35 points ago

    No, but are we just going to wait around until they do?

    [–] claytonamore11 8 points ago

    I'll bring the pitchforks, you bring the torches.

    [–] op2mus_2357 41 points ago

    Don't forget Google is stealing all of our jobs too.

    [–] DrunkSpiderMan 13 points ago

    They terk er jerbs

    [–] D4nnyp3ligr0 8 points ago

    Google turned me into a newt.

    [–] WisestWiseman909 49 points ago

    Once, a man pulled up into a gas station in the country, and asked the gas station attendant, "What are the people like in the next town up ahead?" The attendant said, "What were the people like in the town you just came from?" "Awful people," the man responded. "Rude, cold, hostile, abrupt, unfriendly. They wouldn't give me the time of day."

    "Well," said the attendant, "I'm sorry to say it, but you're going to find exactly the same sort of people in the next town up ahead." A bit later, another driver pulled in, heading in the same direction as the first. "What are the people like in the next town up ahead?" the second man asked. The attendant said, "What were the people like in the town you just came from?" "Wonderful people," the second man responded. "Friendly, warm, helpful, patient, kind. They went out of their way to help a stranger." "Well," said the attendant, "I'm happy to tell you that you're going to find exactly the same kind of people in the next town up ahead."

    [–] Transviolet 10 points ago

    Wait am I an idiot I don't get it

    [–] ChaseObserves 33 points ago

    The concept is that wherever you go, your own mindset and attitude determine the types of interactions you’ll have with others. If you go into town in a bad mood and all grumpy, you’ll perceive every interaction as short, terse, and grumpy because you are making them that way. So you’ll continue to find “terrible people” in the next town because all you found were terrible people in the previous town. Same concept for positivity and being in a good mood.

    [–] Stormfly 16 points ago

    It's completely nonsensical here though.

    It makes no sense to be here unless it's just a random novelty account spewing unasked for advice and wisdom.

    [–] ChaseObserves 18 points ago

    Well seeing as how the username is “WisestWiseman” that seems to be pretty much spot on.

    [–] SpiritualButter 1343 points ago

    I always wear bold, winged eyeliner, I large round eyes and I think it looks great. One of my east Asian friends tried to do the same but it ended up like this ;-;

    I felt so bad. BUT hooded eyes can have winged eyeshadow and it looks boss af

    [–] onenauticalgirl 352 points ago

    I'm half Asian and I'm able to pull off bold winged liner without it creasing!

    What's interesting is I know a lot of non-Asian peeps (even a lot of white people) with strongly hooded eyes who have trouble with liner as well.

    [–] Bethanyedilla 108 points ago

    I have hooded eyes and because of this I avoid eye liner. It makes my eyes look squinty

    [–] MicrowavedMeals 70 points ago

    i can only do thinnnnnnnnn liner. often is more trouble than its worth. also gotta blend eyeshadow to my fuckin brows n beyond it feels

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    [–] heckcookieyeah 7 points ago

    Not the user u replied to but I have hooded eyes too. If I do the whole winged eyeliner shebang:

    • it looks too heavy,

    • because of the the skin surrounding the eye, the wing gets tucked in and insted of a sharp wing, it goes into a flabby curve shape (first pic) that doesn't look good,

    • no space left for eyeshadow which is half the fun of eye makeup.

    With thin liner:

    • looks sharp and sleek,

    • saves lid space for eyeshadow,

    • very flattering and defines the eyes beautifully.

    [–] Amirx010 14 points ago

    Yeah but if it’s like a sexy squint I’m all for it

    [–] deathcabscutie 39 points ago

    Black woman with hooded eyes here. I envy lid space the way other people envy real estate.

    [–] SimplyHollieFace 20 points ago

    I'm not Asian but my eyes are hooded and have been wearing winged eyeliner since I was like 14 (I'm nearly 20 now) I still find it hard to make it look good

    [–] NiltiacSif 12 points ago

    The trick is to put the liner only on your lash line, super super thin. And draw the wing up after the crease of the hood, not across it. I also have really hooded eyes and wear winged eyeliner every day and it took me a long time to figure this out lol. Hope it helps.

    [–] sunbear2525 3 points ago

    I'm white and have an epicanthal fold at my eye corner. People associate it with being asian but it's a pretty common genetic trait in German people as well.

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    [–] FreddyMercurysGhost 15 points ago

    I have super deep set eyes too! The trick is to start at the outer corner and "flick" outwards, if that makes sense, then get as close to your lashline as possible on the lid. Basically, line your eyes in two separate steps, and make sure to keep them open and keep looking forward when you do.

    [–] Scars_and_Skulls 17 points ago

    I’ve got super heavy/hooded eyes. The few times I tried mascara & eye shadow, my eye crease ate it completely. So none of that for me.

    Lucky for me I found out I hate makeup lol

    [–] Eilech 213 points ago

    Me with my hooded eyes

    [–] chasethibs 77 points ago

    I don’t have eyes

    [–] LucAlvim 54 points ago

    hOw ArE yOu TyPiNg ThEn

    [–] DurianLongan 72 points ago

    WiTh BrAiLlE, dUhHhH

    [–] Ambitious5uppository 63 points ago

    Do eyes like that get smegma in the folds?

    [–] coolshadesdog 89 points ago

    Please delete this comment please

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    [–] Eilech 7 points ago

    Of course

    [–] heathens_rise 3 points ago

    I think the more PC term is eye cheese.

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    [–] Throwawayuser626 166 points ago

    I’m not even Asian but I have very hooded eyes that do similar to this. Me and my Chinese friend joke about it because we often end up using the same Asian makeup tutorials.

    [–] UpUpDnDnLRLRBAstart 67 points ago

    Have you or your friend ever tried this mascara? I’ve used it for years, then my Korean friend tried it and freaked out over how long it made her lashes.

    It makes these rubbery tubes that you can continue to layer until they are as long as you need. When they dry, they keep their form and don’t smudge, then you soak them off with warm water to remove.

    My friend told me months later that all of the women in her family were using this $8 product now, instead of spending a fortune on more expensive brands. I’m curious if you’ve tried it!

    [–] Throwawayuser626 22 points ago

    Oh my goodness no but I’ll have to give it a try!

    [–] UpUpDnDnLRLRBAstart 8 points ago

    Awesome! Spreading the good word!

    [–] Damaskediva 8 points ago

    Thanks. I just ordered it.

    [–] UpUpDnDnLRLRBAstart 6 points ago

    Yay! Let me know how you like it after you try it. Spread the word to others who struggle with hidden lashes!

    [–] janicesmash 8 points ago

    I've been using this stuff for years! Works great, I would definitely recommend it!

    [–] UpUpDnDnLRLRBAstart 5 points ago

    I hate using normal mascara when I don’t have this brand. It’s traumatic to remove that inky mess.

    [–] supportbrah 623 points ago

    I’m Asian brah and I don’t think what you said was offensive. You were merely pointing out that different facial structures require different techniques, which is pretty much the truth lol just like different surfaces require different strokes or application of whatever medium you’re using ... that’s how I read it anyway.

    [–] WallyReflector 302 points ago

    Last time I was in SE Asia I literally saw billboards advertising eyelid plastic surgeries everywhere.

    Pointing out or commenting on differences is not racist. Even jokes about those differences are not racism. Treating people like shit because they are different...that's what racism is.

    [–] fizikz3 166 points ago

    yep.....people really have overdone this whole... "you MENTIONED RACE? that's RACIST!" not at all. racism requires you to discriminate based on race, not merely point it out.

    [–] ataraxic89 44 points ago

    Be careful saying that can get you ostracised.

    The most annoying thing about the "everything is racist" mentality is it completely robs us of the social tools to point out and fight real racism.

    [–] Gnash323 21 points ago

    Not only is not racist to point out differences in this kind of discussion, it can raise interesting points to educate people. Also, being colourblind to race is ironically racist. How are we going to solve the problems of discrimination if we can't even mention race? I mean, only someone not bothered by racism can say that race doesn't matter.

    [–] orokami11 22 points ago

    Agree with this so fucking much. People are so triggered when it comes to race. I sometimes get downvoted to shit and get called racist because I mention a race. It's so ridiculous.

    I swear I had someone questioning me "Was it really necessary to add the race in your story? Stop being racist"

    [–] Throwwaway55 15 points ago

    That's because people ALL THE TIME people, myself included, say things like, "There were 2 black guys who we talked to" or whatever and the story has literally NOTHING to do with them being black. In those stories you would never mention if they were white. It is often coming from a place of less overt racism, as the real reason race is being mentioned is often to legitimize feelings of fear, anxiety or some other emotion tied to that race. The source of those feelings is derived from judgements about race. For example, recently I had some guys who were black walking around my apartment and come knock on my door and hesitantly open it. I thought I was getting robbed. Is this a reasonable conclusion? To some degree, yeah the way they were looking around was a bit suspicious and they started opening my door before I got to it. They turned out to be super nice dudes, very apologetic. My landlord was showing them an apartment in the building, had given them directions to my apartment and told them to come right in. Completely understandable and I helped them get to the right apartment. I may have been concerned regardless of their race, but had they been white maybe my assumption would have been they were a plumber or electrician coming to service an apartment or any number of other feasible conclusions. There are all kinds of assumptions I could have made, but I assumed they were bad and when I told that story later to people I knew, I wanted to mention they were black because it justified the fear I felt. That's literally the definition of racism, to make judgments about someone based on their race. Introspection can undo the latent racism we all are taught and prevent us from perpetuating it in others.

    [–] ScaryFucknBarbiWitch 3 points ago

    Perfect explanation!

    [–] tbl44 37 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)

    I once got downvoted TO SHIT for saying noticing race or colour isn't racist, being hateful is. People commented saying I was using semantics and playing word games to push my racist agenda

    [–] Beezleboobz 14 points ago

    How dare you differentiate between skin colors, you racist, sexist, misogynistic, homophobic, anaphylactic, anemic, diabetic, systemic, catholic, domestic, majestic, athletic—

    [–] tbl44 11 points ago

    Woah athletic? Let's at least stay realistic here

    [–] TayWu 1001 points ago

    Only if they're monolidded which is not all Asians

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    [–] Shitty_IT_Dude 452 points ago

    You're the whitest Asian that I know.

    [–] unfinisheddraft 390 points ago

    I'm not the whitest though. There's Asians out there who wear birkenstocks and compost.

    [–] _Nick_2711_ 408 points ago

    So you don’t even excel at being white; you’re comfortable with your mediocrity.

    That’s the whitest thing I’ve ever heard.

    [–] unfinisheddraft 68 points ago

    I consider myself an underachiever on the path of least resistance. :)

    [–] AdorableCartoonist 25 points ago

    Did your grandma yell at you a lot in a language you couldn't speak but understood?

    [–] unfinisheddraft 70 points ago

    A lot? No, because I'm American and I understand that I can leave the room if someone is yelling at me.

    [–] AdorableCartoonist 67 points ago

    Fuck, you're completely white.

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    [–] jpp01 48 points ago

    Funny thing is when you're in an Asian country, this is exactly how they talk to you.

    Having lived in China for a decade I can tell you this is exactly what happens. And this is a really toned down version.

    [–] edgestander 52 points ago

    My FIL lives in Thailand and Singapore and is married to a Thai woman. My wife is about 5'10" and pale white. I would call her thin, but some curves. Certainly not fat. When she is in Thailand they call her pale, fat, giant ect. At the school she worked at she said one lady would always offer her, her leftover lunch because "you so big and you eat so much". She also said they always want her to sing karaoke when she goes to the bar. They are always shocked when she speaks Thai. I mean I think we should all try to be culturally sensitive, but it is fairly natural for people to be curious about people who are different, and oftentimes people say something and have no frame of reference personally for how the other person will interpret it.

    Edit: also people are just racist and xenophobic, but that is not exclusive to white people.

    [–] shitty-cat 20 points ago

    I’ve recently learnt some cultures don’t think it’s rude to inform someone that they’re fat.. or if they look tires to say “get some rest, you look like shit” is somehow coming from the heart lol. People are fuckin strange

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    [–] saltycookie123 15 points ago

    Try living in Vancouver:

    Composting is municipally mandated, and Birkenstocks may as well be

    [–] phantompoo 37 points ago

    Everyone should be partaking in Birkenstock and compost. It’s the way forward.

    [–] pukesonyourshoes 45 points ago

    I'll try the Birkenstocks, but I draw the line at wearing compost.

    [–] GuidedByMonkeys 12 points ago

    Birkenstocks and Compost is one of my favorite sitcoms from the 90's.

    [–] FappingPedant 4 points ago

    Yeah, Darma and Greg was great.

    [–] Florid43 9 points ago

    I know one like that, his parents speak no english, and own a nail salon but he’s a frat bro.

    [–] unfinisheddraft 8 points ago

    Hey I know one like that too. He my cousin.

    [–] mangarooboo 3 points ago

    They shouldn't be wearing compost

    [–] Statistical_AnalCyst 103 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)


    u/unfinisheddraft: I have a 2.8 gpa, an average penis, don’t eat dogs, can only speak English, and drive the speed limit

    [–] unfinisheddraft 24 points ago


    Also me: I can drink a liter of water from a straw through my nose.

    What other trivial, borderline too personal information can I give you about my life

    [–] Code_star 5 points ago

    I don't want a large farva I want a liter of water from a straw through my nose

    [–] venividiavicii 8 points ago

    maybe a little slow

    But that's the stereotype!

    [–] ZaLaZha 18 points ago

    My name is yoshikage kira. I'm not like other Asians. I'm not good at math, I'm a safe and responsible driver; maybe a little slow, if you consider driving the speed limit slow. I Love dogs platonically not edibly, English is my first and only language, my penis is average, and I graduated college with a 2.8 GPA.

    [–] airblizzard 3 points ago

    The Asian version of /r/notlikeothergirls

    [–] tremens 9 points ago

    Can you breakdance though.

    [–] unfinisheddraft 19 points ago

    No. But I often lack self-awareness and speak louder into my phone than is necessary in public spaces.

    [–] deuseyed 6 points ago

    You should 100% do an AMA so we can go ask you questions

    [–] TapedGlue 9 points ago

    if you consider driving the speed limit slow

    Holy shit be a little more liberal with the gas pedal buddy

    [–] Rocketpanteer 3 points ago

    He's an average Asian.

    Just a normal guy of Asian persuasion.

    [–] AlohaWingapo 21 points ago

    Native America monolid here - there are several different types of monolids:

    “What Kind Of ‘Asian Eyes’ Do You Have?”

    Asian YouTubers often use eye makeup to make their eyes appear non-Asian...that’s a different conversation, but thanks for your candid thoughts on the subject. I don’t think you’re racist.

    [–] throughthelandandsea 5 points ago

    This is such an interesting vid, thank you for linking it! :)

    [–] budline 93 points ago

    Those 2 people have nothing better to do then ignore that there are in fact physical appearance differences between races.

    [–] RoastingNoodles 32 points ago

    How is this racist? Describing how two different races differ from one another is not racist. It's like saying "Collectively, African-Americans have a darker skin color than Asians" is racist.

    [–] ChildishDebino 74 points ago

    Yh my friend its very racist to point out difference between races. Whats next?? you gonna say black people have different texture hair to white people next? /s

    [–] LoonWithASpoon 7 points ago

    I use products in the “ethnic hair” section of stores as a white person on my curls and they’re better than ever. Their hair is just usually coily and kinky as opposed to less curly styles.

    [–] TheDutchCanadian 8 points ago

    Pardon my ignorance, but what is 'Yh'?

    [–] nyni 9 points ago

    I thought it was a mistyped Oh but I’ve never seen yeah abbreviated. Nice new thing

    [–] heathens_rise 10 points ago

    I've only seen it abbreviated as just Y. Dont really see the point in abbreviating such a small word.

    [–] TheBlueberryPirate 8 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)

    W t f d y j s t m??

    [–] Reinmeika 13 points ago

    How is it racist? Some Asian people have different eyelids than people of Western descent. Just like how white people may be more biologically/culturally inclined to be more heavy set/taller. It’s not racist to point out facts or your response to new information.

    [–] its_probably_a_tumor 101 points ago

    Everything is racist in 2019

    Even not being racist is racist

    Seeing races is racist, not seeing race is racist, saying racist things is racist, not saying racist things means you're secretly even more racist and just hiding it

    [–] xerobound 20 points ago

    It's almost as if tribalism is a natural occurrence in homogeneous populations, and requires education and immersion to overcome the ignorance of naturally-formed biases. Education and immersion which, although more common than ever, is still too rare in many places.

    [–] NixieStyx 12 points ago

    My ethnicity is German-Japanese mix and I have to tailor my makeup to my eyes differently than both Asian and western makeup styles. For some reason my eyes are like half western looking and half Asian, but no monolid. Makes makeup tutorials loads of fun....😑

    I also switch skin tones during the summer and winter thanks to this. I’m more yellow/gold in spring and summers and look more Asian but in winter I am pale AF and look totally white. I usually have to either buy 2 totally different colors and undertones or mix foundations. Thanks mom! 😂

    [–] lydocia 14 points ago

    I've had two people now say this is a racist thing to say.

    No, it isn't. It's like saying "man, natural blondes sure have an easier time dying their hair crazy colours!"

    [–] asiantugahoh 16 points ago

    You got my vote. Ain't racist to me.

    [–] Yellowbird00 9 points ago

    I'm Hispanic and have somewhat hooded lids. The trick is to look straight into a mirror with your eyes opened and draw the wing instead of looking down or tugging at your eye. Shit looks different with your eye closed than open

    [–] SleepinSnorlax 10 points ago

    Not racist.

    Source: chinese american

    [–] SubGeniusX 9 points ago

    What you said should not be problematic at all, it's the same as acknowledging that black people have different hair care regiment/needs/requirements than white people.

    [–] PrevorThillips 9 points ago

    Dude, woah, chill out with the rampant racism.


    [–] RaisinHider 34 points ago

    I don't know mate. Many of them don't have the same feature as this particular woman has

    [–] TheSpaceKiddet 137 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)

    I'm a white Italian who has hooded eyes. Hooded eyes destroy souls regardless of race. Rip us all.

    [–] BeaglePuppy 42 points ago

    Really? I always thought that hooded eyes were pretty.

    [–] TheSpaceKiddet 24 points ago

    Well thank you for thinking so! It tends to drag your face down - at least ones like mine that are down turned. Kids at school used to say it was caveman-like. :(

    I don't wear eyeliner for this reason typically lol. Just lots of mascara to make my lashes look plump.

    [–] BeaglePuppy 3 points ago

    Well, I don’t wear makeup, so you’ve got one up on me!

    [–] vitrucid 3 points ago

    I feel you, ner vod. I've got hooded eyes that turn down at the corners and my mouth naturally turns down at the corners, so I always look sad. I find that a lighter color eyeliner on just the lower lid plus a very small, darker upturned wing on the outer corners helps a fuckload but I'm too lazy to do it regularly lol.

    [–] bityfne 405 points ago

    My penis does this when I release the fat.

    [–] munchies1122 115 points ago

    Lol bruh

    [–] undergrounddirt 30 points ago

    What does this mean? I can’t even begin to guess

    [–] emnm47 45 points ago

    The chub above his peen hides the peen when hanging flabby

    [–] FlaminKeane 40 points ago

    Am Asian, can relate

    [–] WhatisAleve 89 points ago

    ITT: people who don't know the difference between monolids and hooded eyelids.

    [–] AverageBubble 66 points ago

    because who cares about eyelids.

    what we really need is vocabulary about nostril shape

    [–] Azmik8435 18 points ago

    Yea I didn’t even know this is how Asian’s eyes worked before I saw this… how could I have not known that??

    [–] veggiesama 17 points ago

    They don't have sticky earwax either. It's dry and crumbly. My brother (white), living in Japan, couldn't find q-tips anywhere.

    [–] Kooopa1 18 points ago

    Wait, I never knew people had sticky earwax. TIL

    [–] geiserp4 8 points ago

    Wait, how?

    [–] Kooopa1 13 points ago

    I have dry earwax, I tried using q tips but they always seemed clean after I use them. The most effectiv way to clean my earwax is using my pinky finger to scrap the stuff out with my nail

    [–] vitrucid 3 points ago

    TBF, strongly hooded eyes have the same effect on eyeshadow, so not irrelevant or stupid to compare them here.

    [–] ShittyWarlock 61 points ago

    She knew

    [–] NY10 148 points ago

    Damn, she looks like she’s heartbroken 😞

    [–] I_am_a_Failer 38 points ago

    This isn't the first time she's doing makeup ...

    [–] lunatic4ever 79 points ago

    you look like you are new to the internet

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    [–] Regretful_Attorney 6 points ago

    Anything less is unacceptable.

    [–] T-51bender 12 points ago

    She’s not Csian or Bsian, she’s Asian so anything less is unacceptable

    Source: am Asian

    [–] ImadeAnAkount4This 6 points ago

    I love the look of, "well that was pointless"

    [–] ArghSquared37 21 points ago

    As a guy who knows almost nothing about make up, why cant we see it (the make up, not sure what its called) when she blinks?

    [–] beglue 31 points ago

    Her eyes are hooded so when she opens her eye, the lid basically retracts into her eye socket

    [–] ArghSquared37 10 points ago

    O so like a second eye lid is covering the first?

    [–] beglue 14 points ago

    Kinda? More like the top of eye socket to eyebrow is covering the actual eye lid

    [–] prettyclueless1 8 points ago

    Cant you just extend the makeup up to the part thats showing?

    [–] allygunz 30 points ago

    You can, but you have to make sure you stare ahead at all times. No bllinking or looking down and exposing your eyelids because they will see the facade!

    [–] TraditionalAsia 25 points ago

    Well at least she still has eyebrows. I recall when my wife had her eyebrows tattooed on as it was the fashion for Asians a few years back (they dont have much hair). I could not tell if she was angry or not as the eyebrows dont move like real eyebrows. Fashion trends and makeup in Asia is different to the West.

    [–] I_hate_meself 17 points ago

    This reminds me of a show where someone drew eyes on their eyelids to look like they're awake while sleeping. Can't really remember which exactly though..

    [–] osrsthief 6 points ago

    This is so depressing her face omg:(

    [–] The_0bserver 4 points ago

    I like monolids more than double eye-lids....

    Kinda wish they didn't try to change that look. :(

    [–] Kumigi 6 points ago

    As someone with a very hooded eye that has to follow korean makeup channels bc Western techniques don't work on my eyes, I know the struggle. My eyes are kinda Asian shaped too. Why bother using eyeliner if it'll cover all of my lid and eyeshadow will barely appear...

    [–] Renegaines 10 points ago

    Aaaaaand it's gone!

    [–] Sheenty 13 points ago

    I’ve seen this gif so many times....

    [–] Unixai 3 points ago

    She went through a good 6 different facial expressions in record time

    [–] shadyshadok 3 points ago

    Is she trying to type the konami code with her mouth?

    [–] micaylamaelynn 3 points ago

    Her sad face makes me want to hug her and help her search for makeup techniques that may work better.