11 Jun 2007 • 1,310 views
The "N" Word
Sinem In The House
I am slowly losing the will to live. I am slowly each day getting more ashamed of the behaviour of some human beings. WHY I hear you ask, BIG BROTHER, most importantly a VERY ANNOYING female contestant.
I detest the program however Sinem likes watching it so I have no choice but to sometimes catch glimpses of this program. Now the cause of my will each night to slit my wrist, jump in front of a speeding truck, down a bottle of pills, basically put myself out of my misery is this contestant on Big Brother called Charley. She is black and for me a damn shame to the black race.
Annoying, name dropping, I wanna be famous, back bitting, conniving, stupid, smart but in a very EVIL WAY, ugly outside as well as inside, two faced most ANNOYING(yes I know I have already used that word) person I have ever seen on TV or in real life. Aaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh.
A contestant (Emily) on BB aparently used the "N" (for those that don't know, it's the "Nigger" word) word while talking to Charley a few days ago, not a very inspired moment I know but watching the clip it is very clear to me Emily said it only because she was trying to fit in and did not intend for it to offend Charley (stupid I know but the poor girls naive). But what does this 2 faced evil Charley do? Rub hands in glee and sees this as a way to get lots of sympathy. Charley tells Emily, oh I know you did not mean it, nothing to worry about, but behind Emily's back, knives are sharpened, she even brings out the big guns, (the samurai sword of back stabbing instant death) and behind Emily's back starts playing the offended black person card, Aaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
But guess what, it seems most people out there have fallen for the trick hook line and sinker, God, political correctness gone too the dogs.
Watching a program on TV discusing this issue, it was funny to see the most outraged people were the whites, the blacks sorta of took a more measured approach.
The context of which the word was used (even though it's not a cool word) was meant to be a "I'm trying to fit in", "I am cool" "I am from the street" way. Not cool cause she ain't from the streets, she ain't cool and the person being addressed is not a life long friend who understands how you use this word.
BUT to turn around and be two faced about the issue, I am so ashamed to call this Charley person a fellow black.
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