Archive for the ‘KKK’ Category

But at Least They’re Not All Al­co­holics, Like the Na­tive Amer­i­cans.

Queer: I hate Mex­i­cans, first they jump our bor­ders, then they don’t even at­tempt to speak Eng­lish.
Tan chick: Fo’ re­als! I’ve met some that have been here their en­tire lives and nev­er both­ered to learn Eng­lish.
Crazy man: Oh my god! Why do you have to be so god­dam racist all the time!?
Tan chick: What? I was just mak­ing a point, god­dammit, I am Mex­i­can!
(five min­utes lat­er)
Black la­dy: Yo! D’shaun! Get yo’ ass over here nig­ga!
Crazy man: I hate black peo­ple! They’re so god­damn loud, they need to shut up!

–L Train

Over­heard by: shocked

A Piña­ta Full Of Wednes­day One-Lin­ers

Eight-year-old boy, mat­ter-of-fact­ly, to dorky dad: Mex­i­can peo­ple like to put an­i­mals on their shoul­ders.

–108 St & Broad­way

Black guy to white woman: Any­way, it turns out–and this is re­al­ly weird–in Texas, they hate Mex­i­cans as much as they hate African Amer­i­cans!

–17th St & 8th Ave

Man to an­oth­er: I just want to be gang-raped by a group of Lati­nos.


Over­heard by: Mike

Ex­as­per­at­ed woman to friend: And this is why I don’t in­ter­fere when it comes to Mex­i­cans!

–1 Train

Over­heard by: Green Star

10-year-old to friend: You have the same name as a short, fat Mex­i­can boy!

–Maria Her­nan­dez Park, Bush­wick

Lati­no gay to white gay: You have good genes, you just don’t have the Lati­no gene that makes your face mois­tur­ize nat­u­ral­ly. I’m like the Dick Clark of fag­gotry!

–12th & 1st

Over­heard by: H‑Bomb

Teen to friend: Make sure that you’re in Guatemalan mode.

–114th & Broad­way

Over­heard by: Je­re­my

White Peo­ple Wish They Were Wednes­day One-Lin­ers

Black man pass­ing out leaflets: And this woman here, you know she’d love to have a big black cock in her. Don’t de­ny it, ba­by, you would.

–Out­side Penn Sta­tion

Over­heard by: unim­pressed and skep­ti­cal

Girl to friend, un­know­ing­ly a few feet away from black guy: Thank god there’s no black peo­ple on this street.

–Stein­way St

Black TA, walk­ing in five min­utes be­fore class: Oh my god, am I ear­ly? Oh, no! I’m go­ing against my peo­ple’s stereo­type!

–Class­room, NYU

Over­heard by: kpan

Asian guy to an­oth­er, loud­ly: The black girl does­n’t sound black. How do they do that?

–Up­town W Train

Queer to an­oth­er: So I want to get dread­locks, like black peo­ple.

–W 14th & 6th

Black la­dy to star­ing white kid: That’s right lit­tle boy, this is what a black per­son looks like.

–Out­side Toys R’ Us, Times Square