The Double Click: Casual Racism, Fingers Of The Feet, And Tacos

Sometimes time zones, laundry, and the algorithms of social media mean we miss each other online. So I'm sharing my recent, favorite links for you to read when you get a chance. Here's some fun articles (and videos) to make you laugh and to make you think.

What Goes Through Your Mind: On Nice Parties And Casual Racism || The Toast

I’m uncomfortable right now, sure — terribly so — but does that mean I have the right to make everyone else uncomfortable, too? Do I really want to force all the people at this table to choose sides in the ultimately unwinnable “was or wasn’t it racist” debate?

Spanish Words That Don't Exist In English - Joanna Rants || Flama

The Pregnancy No-No's From Around The World || The Motherish

If there is anything people get regularly and relentless judged for it’s pregnancy. But are you eating sushi? Drinking coffee? DYING YOUR HAIR? There are just far too many rules and complicated algorithms mums-to-be are supposed to follow. Reddit posted a thread recently asking its readers to discuss the major pregnancy “no-no’s” they’ve encountered in their home country.

6 Podcasts For Your Kid That You'll Dig Too || Fatherly

It seems only fair, then, that you let them control the dial sometimes, and luckily there are a few proven kid-favorite podcasts you just might enjoy, too — including one with actual cereal in the title.

Justin Bieber "Sorry" Parody - I'm 40 || The Holderness Family

The 1st Atlanta Taco Festival will take place May 1, 2016 at Candler Park from 1pm until 7pm. This is the largest taco competition and taco celebration on the East Coast. There will be local bands, Gringo Bingo, Salsa Dancing, Lucha Libre Wrestling and huge bar experiences by some of your favorite local establishments. (For discount tickets, click here.)

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