I don’t think #9 is autocorrect.
I don’t think #9 is autocorrect.
The last one is my favorite (maybe because liked the show) “Arther is upset: missing socks.”
Are you serious?
I don’t think #17 was necessarily microaggression or racism. Maybe the emcee was thinking of Jerry Garcia or something.
I wonder if Kayne will be responding to this soon.
The fake interview doesn’t say he’s emulating Mandela, it says he thinks what he did with his music is more important than what Mandela did.
I don’t think most of those tweets were necessarily about the fake interview.
#18 “Why does Google keep calling me dad?”
It’s a play on Heart of Darkness.
A lot of these are just aggressive. There should be an aggressivenotes.com, if there isn’t already.
Apparently in the same email, he said “Now, miss queen is being used like a street walker and her pimps are the DEMOCRAT PARTY and RINO REPUBLICANS” he apparently also said “Rodney Davis will win and the love child of the D.N.C. will be back in Shitcago by May of 2014 working for some law firm that needs to meet their quota for minority hires.”
I think it was about asking if you can touch the person’s hair, not saying you like their hair.
Maybe she did the sign from Star Trek on purpose to troll fans. Like when people take a quote from one character, attribute it to a character from another movie, and use a picture of a character from a third movie.
That’s what I was thinking, but then I saw on the Facebook comments that the hand sign was from Star Trek, not Star Wars.
“Some staff members of the National Report, including its editor-in-chief, republished this mass shooting satire on their website and offered the Indian writer a job with the National Report.” I’m guessing he didn’t take the job…
#23 I had Aquapets when I was a kid!
#1 is about the “fugly slut” comment, so it should be the same in both shots.
#6 makes me think of the animated family movie Monster House (I didn’t watch the movie, but I saw the trailer) Girl: “That must be it’s uvula.” Boy: “So, it’s a girl house!”
She used it as her profile pic because she thought it was funny, and BuzzFeed doesn’t know what “burn” means. I think thats the best explanation.
I was going to say the same thing! Buzzfeed, I award you no points, and may god have mercy on your soul.
#4 Places where you are the most scary: Anywhere with a bunch of teenage and or college guys (because they don’t get to see the outfit.)
They should have at least given the kids real candy afterwards.
I’m an adult and I’ve always liked vegetables, but I still wouldn’t want to eat vegetable flavored cupcakes. They probably made them disgusting on purpose too.
Yeah, Willy Wonka is evil. He didn’t “force them to evade various torture devices if they hope to live” though, everything bad that happened to the kids happened because they didn’t listen to him.
How is #3 fitsperation?
It isn’t surprising that they “managed not to be offensive” when they are dressed up as individual people and didn’t change their skin color.
That Vine is awesome!
#15 I’m white and I really don’t get this hair touching thing. How do people think that touching someone’s hair, or even asking to touch someone’s hair is appropriate?
It’s amazing how different some of these people look.
I like the facial expressions of the couple in #21 it’s like they’re saying “come on, seriously?!”
When will this be real?
The articles are fake, she doesn’t really have AIDS or HIV, it’s a hoxe.
I liked that one too!
I’m vegan, and I don’t do these things.
He could have used tripod.
Maybe he used a tripod?
I got 6 out of 11 and I really like some of the toddler paintings.
He may not care, as long as the commercials don’t “promote the lifestyle”.
To me, Blurred Lines sounds like harassment, but not rape. “Blurred lines” means he’s saying that she’s giving him mixed signals. One of the lines mentions “the way you touch me”, so it sounds like there is already something going on between them, but she she’s feels guilty and doesn’t want it to go any further because she’s already with someone.