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Esto no se puede poner peor.

Cuando dejamos de creer de que podíamos cambiar el mundo, el mundo nos fue cambiando.

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Illustrations by Frode Nyboe

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A friend of mine told me this story last year when we were discussing studying abroad. It’s been an urban legend that supposedly has true roots:


A couple went to visit China. They went to a shopping mall. The woman, who had auburn hair and a tattoo of a rose on her hip, picked out a couple of dresses and tops and went to the fitting room to try them on. Her husband waited outside for her. 

20 minutes passed.

She still wasn’t done. He shrugged it off. 

30 minutes.

He started to get worried.

40 minutes.

He knocked on the door of the fitting room and no answer. He called in an employee, and the employee opened the fitting room door for him.

There was no one in there.

Confused and upset, the man spent hours looking for his wife but to no avail. The hours turned into days, and the days turned into months. He eventually gave up hope and went back home.

4 years later, the man returned to China. He went to visit a circus. He enjoyed it, except for the last moments where they had a sort of “human freak show.” There was a person with all of her limbs cut off. Her face was mutilated beyond recognition, and she was missing a tongue and eyeballs. However, he could distinctly make out a rose tattoo on the hips and bright auburn hair. 

This fucked me up

If anyone wants to know the “truth-side” to this story, I can tell you that in Asian countries (China, Thailand, India) there has been problems of people being kidnapped and mutilated in order to make a profit. While in this story, the poor woman was put into a circus for some sort of sick entertainment, usually the victims are hurt and then made into beggars. The victims are most often children.

The logic is that if someone is crippled, it elicits more sympathy in others and they will bring in more money. You can read first hand accounts here, here & here 

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Ese estúpido habito de revisar el celular al despertar y al dormirse, esperando un mensaje o una llamada que nunca va a llegar.

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I ain’t expecting you to care

Se me están acabando las personas que me caen bien.

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