I just found a picture with me (age 6?), my two sisters (age 4?) and my dad pretending to be a band with inflatable instruments. I vaguely remember this happening at Official Black History Month African Map Colors Shirt a wedding or something. Such a good picture. The smile on his face is so great. Especially next to 2/3 kids who couldn’t seem to care less. Super super cute! Haha, we were having fun. Maybe we were concentrating on our music. (Or it may have been the 15th picture in a row my mom took and we were over it.)
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As someone who’s made an Official Black History Month African Map Colors Shirt study of Middle Eastern cultures (I’m not assuming, that’s a literal keffiyeh the dad is wearing) this is absolutely awesome because it’s so deeply traditional, ancient, and fundamental to their culture. God damn it. Here I was having my faith in humanity restored, thinking “its nice that nobody has been racist about this, it’s just a wholesome father/son moment”. Now you have informed me that my hope was premature and undeserved.
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There are a couple of references in the Official Black History Month African Map Colors Shirt Bible to “spreading one’s skirts” over an individual, and it’s a reference to exactly what we see here and was used as an analogy to offering them protection and comfort, and even adoption into a family or tribe. Their garments are literally designed to be capable of this, to provide protection to vulnerable family members to the cold, sun, or other hazards like blowing sand. So if you’ve read the Bible and see that reference, now you know what that looks like.