Skip to comments.From The Redskins,To "Ole Miss".What Will Be The Next Racial Slur?"Watermelon?
Posted on 08/09/2014 6:52:39 PM PDT by Cruz_West_Paul2016
Will the radical left ever call it quits on finding new racial slurs?There is nothing racist in regards to the Washington Redskins,nothing racist regarding "Redskin Potatoes".Sooner or later Harry Reid and his kool-aid drinking minions will eventually declare that Watermelons are racists!This would mean that the "Patent Watermelon"name will have to be changed.So what will be the future name for watermelons?White Hispanic Melon?Mississippi Melon?The Melon formerly known as Watermelon?
Watermelon? How dare you speak such a slur. It’s now called “Aquagourd”
aren’t all progressives watermelons?
supposedly eco/global-weather green on the outside and commie red on the inside
and nothing but black pits for a heart
I don’t shower often and I’m concerned about the connotations of the term “Muskmelon”.
Calling this gourd “the very large fruit” might be acceptable, except that the rump rangers might throw a hissy fit, or possibly a sissy fit.
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My bet? Dark and milk chocolate.
I wonder what would happen if I set up a Watermelon/Grape Soda stand in Texas,and Rep.Shelia Jackson walked by.
I think “Rams” is disrespectful to ...
I am pretty sure Kentucky Fried Chicken is worried that they are on the kill list.
Already is. That’s why MSM said the stupid thug Trayvon had iced tea instead of watermelon, which is what he had.
I fear for fried chicken. ;o)
Are Indians racists? I've known Indians who absolutely hate blacks. I picked up a Navajo reservation hitchhiker years ago who had nothing good to say about them.
Scalping Washington Redskins tickets near the Albert Pike monument is a hate crime—Pea Ridge.
Remember, Tiger hung Fuzzy out to dry over the reference to fried chicken. I’ve had no respect for Woods since then, and my initial evaluation of his character has been well proven over time.
Can you imagine if two millionaires bought Kentucky Fried Chicken,and their last names were “Cotton and Pickens”and they renamed it “Cotton Picken Chicken”.do you think anyone would be offended?
We should just change every team name to a randomly selected group of numbers and letters.
But someone would freak out if a 6 and 9 showed up next to each other.
You cannot make everyone happy.
My son says the Browns need to change their name.... ;^)
Well, we learned some years ago now that one cannot use the term “niggardly” to describe one’s spending habits ....... some people (they’re called “low information voters” elsewhere -— we call them OBAMA VOTERS in my part of the world) were just too stupid to look it up in Websters or Funk & Wagnal’s to see what it actually meant before screaming RACISM!
When an old guy like me starts wearing my pants half way down my ass
i have a question.every time a white person craves chicken,ribs,or watermelon,does that make him/her a racist?
Bwa ha ha ha ha ha aaaaaaaa!!
I imagine KFC and the Colonel are in their cross hairs.
how about those all u can eat buffets at various sea-food restaurants?are they allowed to refuse 300-400 pound black patrons?will that become a future racist issue?
I propose the following additional candidates:
Yes, I realize that many non-Amish folk regularly consume these delicious dishes, especially southern non-Amish folk in particular (like myself for example), but popular stereotyping specifies that these dishes are particularly associated with the Amish, and for that reason alone, these are clearly RACIST dishes, and should be banned from ALL restaurants in order not to offend one or two easily-offended individuals who relish (no pun intended) any excuse for victim-hood.
At camp one Summer, I got chiggers! Oh no!
Cracker Barrel damnit! Let my people go!
I found out recently that days of the week were racist..
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