Asian Majors

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Asian Majors

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[Image] Two men facing each other. One is Asian, and one is Caucasian. The Asian man is smiling, and the Caucasian man looks confused.

[Caption] Every time I explain what I’m majoring in…

Asian Man: Oh, I’m majoring in philosophy.
Caucasian Man: Whaaaat! But YOU’RE ASIAN!

Panel 2

[Caption] The following are the two acceptable explanations for this common interaction

Panel 3

[Image] The Asian man with his hands out, jazz-hands style, smoke around him as if he just popped out. The Caucasian man with his hands up, looking startled.

[Caption] Either I suddenly become Asian right in front of his eyes

Asian Man: Ta daaaa!
Caucasian Man: How the??? WTF just happened?

Panel 4

[Image] The Asian man, with arms crossed, looking unamused. The Caucasian Man looking dumbfounded

[Caption] Or he really believes all 4.3 billion Asians are doctors, scientists or business people.

Asian Man: So you see, we’re not ALL doctors, etc.
Caucasian Man: WHOA….
Asian Man: Um, how exactly did you think Asian societies functioned?

Panel 5

[Caption] Do these options seem implausible? Because I always think that people who say these types of things are people who believe in stereotypes about Asians. Also known as racists. I once tried to point this out. But I was told quite emphatically that I was wrong. I was even told that I was the one being racist. Well, I certainly don’t want to be racist, so I guess these people are just dumbf**ks who believe all Asians are science and business majors. Either that or I have superpowers and can become Asian whenever I want.

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4 responses to “Asian Majors”

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  1. Jane says: |
    May 19, 2014 at 11:23 pm

    Awesome <3

  2. William Allman says: |
    May 20, 2014 at 1:00 pm

    wow…do people really think like that? where do they think philosophy originated?

  3. Renata says: |
    May 23, 2014 at 3:30 pm

    Well said and well done.

  4. Julieta says: |
    February 3, 2015 at 1:01 am

    Someone obviously never heard of Confucius

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