“Cultural appropriation” is a leftist invention to make people feel guilty for liking, using, and celebrating something created by another race. It’s as stupid as it sounds (see UN Pushing to Ban ‘Cultural Appropriation.’ Yeah, About That… and WATCH: Bimbo Katy Perry Confesses ‘Cultural Appropriation’ Sins to Black Lives Matter Hero Deray). In that silly vein, BBC has a new leftist catchphrase to keep you from having a sense of humor.
Introducing “digital blackface.”
First of all:
Humans use emotions to relate with other humans. #Basics. Laughter unifies us. Comedy knows no race. Emotions know no specific race. It’s a universal, common, emotional connection. Have I stated this sentiment clearly, or should I continue rephrasing it? No? Okay…
So what’s the problem with sharing funny reaction gifs?
So, what’s wrong with white people posting these gifs and usign these emojis? Well, black people are not here for other people’s entertainment.
Strange, I could’ve sworn Michael Jackson, Oprah, and Kevin Hart ARE here for our entertainment. What with them being part of the ENTERTAINMENT industry. Color me wrong and call me Hillary.
We’re not symbols of excessive emotions. And we aren’t here to make you look more sassy, more sexy or more street.
Sassy, sexy, and street are all valued traits in modern America. Admiring people for their positive qualities used to be a thing. Guess I’m just old fashioned.
So if I’m understanding this dumbass correctly, white people are only allowed to use white people gifs? Ergo black people are only allowed to use black people gifs? Doesn’t this lead to, gosh, what’s the word… SEGREGATION?
Al Pacino is not amused. In fact, Al Pacino is concerned for where this is going. Just based upon how stupid the reasoning is.
That moment when you realize your entire life has been ruined by your Meth cooking brother-in-law who runs around in his tighty whities. Because guess what, white people have reaction gifs too.
Even bald ones in outer space.
Which means the woman in this video has never actually used gifs. Or her brain. Or the internet.
Next time, run a Bing! search, sweet cheeks.