1 My dog won’t bite.
First, he’s your dog and second, you don’t know where I stand. I might be afraid or allergic or just don’t want your dog to be on me. And, you don’t know what your dog will do–only what he has done. Dogs bite, stupid.
2 I can’t find a man on my level.
Why are people still saying this? Unless you are Oprah, you don’t have a level, you have a job. And, most of the women saying this only make 50K anyway. What level?
3 There are more Black men in prison than college.
This hasn’t been true since ignorant knee grows first started saying it. In 2002, there were 1.1 million Black men in college. Currently, there are nearly 1.5 million in college while there are about 800,000 Black men in jail and/or prison—ALL AGES. Slap yourself!
4 Blacks changed the meaning of “Nigger.”
In general, Americans have become some very weak people. Blacks are not excluded. In fact, some Blacks have become so weak and stupid that their focus is on changing the meaning of a word they don’t own, instead of changing the actions of people who still use it to mean what it has always meant. Words are powerful. Stupid people who claim to have changed the meaning of words are not.
5 Black entertainers are part of the Illuminati.
Allegedly, the Illuminati is a powerful, old school secret society of powerful white people who secretly control the world, yet, some of the most powerless people on the bottom of society have somehow managed to find out all the secrets, including one secret the stupid hold very dear: The Illuminati is now composed of Black entertainers. Shut up already.
6 “You hate women.”
No, sometimes we hear this phrase just because we disagree with what a woman is saying. And sometimes, it’s not about hating women, but about disliking the ignorant woman speaking. Take it personally.
And, just for nothing, take a look at the commercials and sitcoms on today’s television—they overwhelmingly portray men as bumbling idiots. Now, tell me again how much women are hated.
7 I’m the mother and the father. Wish me Happy Father’s Day.
There’s a reason why no other generation of women have said this—they had dignity and valued male energy, which they knew they didn’t have. And since they actually loved their children, they sought to have men involved in child rearing, as opposed to destroying children with self-aggrandizing propaganda. You may be raising a child alone, but you are one gender, one parent and if you make this statement, you are a serious problem. Find your own father and make some peace.
8 Welfare is draining our country.
This one is complicated, because it’s actually true, but not in the way that stupid people mean it. Traditional welfare programs designed to assist American citizens who are down on their luck do not drain anything. In fact, they are less than five per cent of the Federal Budget. However, welfare programs designed to assist corporations and illegal Mexican immigrants are …read more