a white ass show,
with white ass people,
doing white ass shit.
a show i actually enjoyed tbh because it was funny to me.
the word “friends” always triggers black folks and i don’t know why.
black twitter was filled with venom towards the friends reunionon hbo max.
“They was never any black friends!” “They copied Living Single with the concept!” “I never watched an episode and I know I’ll hate it.”
what? what? and what? a foxholer sent me this picture and the main conversation was…
i sat in wonderland with full disgust today.
it was before lunch so my appetite was gone.
in the climate we live in,
we are bound to feel “painfully black” in some way.
folks are not shy about their racism.
so i was telling my cousin hybrid about wonderland today.
we haven’t spoken in a while and he wanted a life update. boy!
did i have a ton of shit to tell him!
i told him all that was going on in this temp job.
he didn’t want to believe what i was fonting. no one does.
while i was pouring him a good cup,
he was in the background googling.
he sent me a few links to events the company held… Continue reading “they could as well put a confederate flag up in wonderland”
black folks need to stop wanting to be “included” in everything. yup. i fonted it.
we always complain about the lack of diversityon a white show,
especially shows based in new yawk. “sex and the city” and “friends”had that debate for many years. well sarah jessica parker, who played carrie bradshaw on “sex and the city”, claims the show was “tone deaf”. this is what she had to say via “the hollywood reporter”…