Thursday, May 21, 2009

No, no, no.



There isn't much more I can add to the criticisms of this video that the dudes over at SMS haven't already covered. When will this supposedly new phenomenon stop capturing young black mens' minds? Seriously, it's been at least six years. "White Girls," however, is a comedic gem.

7 comments:

tray said...

Oh well. You know what's funny about this, there are millions of white girls on myspace advertising themselves as 'Miss Whooty' or part of 'The Official Whooty Gang' (whooties up?) who must be so mad that they weren't included in the video. (Don't ask how I know shit like that.) So as bad as you may feel for the young black men, I think I feel that much worse for this sad generation of Hollistered-out young white women.

AaronM said...

Hilarious.
I worked at a magazine office with Mighty Casey a year ago, nice guy.

bding7 said...

tray-

you've now made me curious as to how you know all that stuff. are young dukies acting wild on campus? i'd love to know.

Aaron-

did you ever try and pick up any tips from him while you two worked together?

tray said...

I left Duke. Graduated. I don't know, I get tragically bored sometimes.

bding7 said...

ah, sorry for my mistake. congrats. yea, i guess boredom is how i found out about this little world, too.

AaronM said...

Aaron: Nah, but Casey talked about girls 24/7.
Love the blog, BTW.

bding7 said...

thanks for the support, aaron. i see you've been checking out m-dot, who i've seen more than a few times as an opener. i'll have to give him a thorough listen.