Never heard of the those stereotypes before but we don’t have a very large black population where I live in Canada. We have lots of stereotypes for Indians (Natives) though; they’re all unemployed, bingo-playing drinkers. It certainly isn’t true though… for the most part.
@mcowles I just moved to Tx and the big thing here is Strawberry Fanta or Red Soda!!! Its at all the fast food places!! I dont know anybody who would smack their mama for a grape soda or grape koolaid. But that damn red soda and syrupy sweet koolaid could get Mama popped in the mouth! I dont touch either. Also your first comment was horribly funny I am ashamed to have laughed.
Maybe the stereotype changes, based on the location within the USA. It’s definitely grape here in KY (at least for soda).
And my first comment was just the first step in trying to BREAK DOWN the walls of racial injustice that have been put up in these United States… at least when it comes to yummy food and drink and old people activities.
I lung to be your liver. I was talking to my friend, Creas the other day and told him that eye knee-d you and that without you I was in pan. Creas understood. I’m not kidneying you about this either. Also, if you need to be cervixed, privately, let me know.
Hmmm, mcowles, thigh can’t tell if you’re serious or just being cheeky. Butt, shins we’re both ear and you brought it up, eye-m sure by now *everyone* nose how much I lobe you. I’ll be out back waisting time while I wait for you.
so there really are people on here who find slight mispellings funny? I didn’t think they even existed and wtf does that thing you have below it mean, because if it’s supposed to be funny or clever..it doesn’t work.
Actually, purple drank has nothing to do with hallucinogens.
It usually includes sprite, sometimes jolly ranchers and cough syrup with codeine, which gives it the purple colour.
Also, codeine is an opiate, not a hallucinogen.