Home - by BigFurHat - December 6, 2012 - 17:30 America/New_York - 8 Comments
December 6th, 2012
Thank you BigFur. That was so funny. I really needed a good laugh today. In my head I could hear some black lady saying, “Uh hmmmm, dats what I’m talkin’ ’bout…know what I’m say in’? Uh hummmm.”
Who are these guys? Where do they come from? They are so damn funny. And when is the rest of the ‘black culture’, uh hmmm, you know what I be sayin’ is going to start screeching about these guys being Uncle Tom’s?
my nephew has a friend who always ALWAYS keeps the tags on his clothes to show off the price.
and yes…he is black.
I don’t get it…haven’t we been taught that we’re all the same?
Is the suggestion now that there may be things about us that are culturally different somehow?
Or that certain aspects or behaviors inherent to subcultures might even be perceived as FUNNY or AMUSING somehow?
What’s next…men and women aren’t identical????
Oh, that’s too funny!
I just finished a project reading student essays for standardized tests. The essay was about having to wear school uniforms and the student was to take one side or the other. So many kids wrote about how stupid it looked for the popular kids to wear their clothes with price tags on them. I thought they were being sarcastic. Who knew they were writing the truth!
Minnie Pearl, anyone?!
Ya, sure. Like ghetto thugs pay for hats.
Thank you BigFur. I was beginning to think I got the gist of the video all wrong. I assumed they were stealing this stuff right off.
I admire these 2 fellows for showing the ridiculously bad side of modern day ‘black culture’ glorifying the thievery of expensive goods from retail stores. Especially in a time right now when showcasing any unflattering truths about ‘black culture’ is so deeply frowned upon. These 2 guys got balls in my estimation. And no pun intended – my hat’s off to them.
I hope they inspire a trend of truth telling.
They are so spot-on funny, I thought they were conservatives.
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The two comedians in the video were cast members of the show, “Mad TV” that aired on FOX early 2000s.
Very funny show with the same comic flavor as above video. Another Mad TV cast member, Will Sasso did an impersonation of Kenny Rogers (before surgery) that was hysterical.
There’s lots of clips on YouTube.
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