Black Baby Soup

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    1. Does that come with corn bread?

      Yeah, I’m going to hell.

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    2. Does the beads mean that it’d been strolling around, flashing the randoms?

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    3. fuck yeah it comes with cornbread, and a vegetable medley.

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    4. You can get a whole litter of ’em for like 5 bucks at Costco. They’re taboo to eat though, kinda like tripe.

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    5. Can we get you anything?

      BRING ME SOME SOUP!

      What kind?

      CHAAWWWKKNKEEHH!

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    6. @ Gunface01

      I don’t know what the hell you’re referring to but I laughed myself stupid at that post anyway. lol

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    7. Fake! There’s no Kool-Aid anywhere in this picture. Or watermelon.

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    8. That black baby got ate! Damn Africa, you scary!

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    9. @mAgnUS BUTTfoorson

      Family Guy.

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    10. “Hey! You expect me to take a bath in this damn pot? It done got Missionary fat-scum round the rim, bitch.”

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    11. So people making do and using a pot to bath their baby in is funny? This is why people from Africa are asked stupid questions when they go overseas. NO! We do not live in trees or ride elephants or have lions in our back yards. Amazing, we actually have the Net and electricity! Who knew!

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    12. I thought the baby’s expression was funny, tmar. Still do. As though African babies talk like Arnold from Diffrnt Strokes (if he said Bitch, shame he didn’t) *chuckles*

      Living in Australia, I get stupid questions like that too. Substitute kangaroos for lions and so on. It’s especially funny online when I’m obviously somehow using the interwebs 😉

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    13. Yes tmar, it is funny. It’s just as funny as people making jokes about outhouses in West Virginia and breaking dancing contest in Baltimore, so don’t get your loincloth in a bunch.

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    14. Break dancing in Baltimore? That’s a thing people joke about?

      I’m going to make one up too: It’s like how people make jokes about hammocks in Cincinnati.

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    15. Yeah, kinda lame I know, but for a while Break Dancing photos with jokes about the Baltimore’s inner city residents were pretty popular (sorry I didn’t of think of something better, or current).

      The point is that unless you actually live somewhere your perception will normally not be correct, like when I lived in Japan alot of people I met asked me about all the gun fights I saw since that is what they see on tv or in movies. Once I met a Vietnamese boat person who actually thought all American homes have running milk built into them, where is the hell did that idea come from?

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    16. I thought all American homes had running milk until just now; pumped from central storage units located underneath local parks, like gas station tanks.

      The idea (thinking about it) comes from the fact your milk cartons in tv shows and movies feature missing persons, so look like props. Also, that (cartons) can’t be where the milk really comes from in such an advanced technological country.

      Besides, I’ve seen pictures of a milk truck unloading into a park storage facility.

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    17. Indeed. Very astute observation BT. In fact the average blue collar American home now comes equipped with both milk, and, of course, beer, piped in from centralized city storage silos.

      The more wealthy and discerning home owners also have chocolate milk, wines of various vintages and flavors and several different varieties of microbrews pumped in as well, often times from several private breweries scattered around the country.

      The sad truth is that the Milk carton is little more than the vestigial remains of an age old tradition, used nowadays only by the very poor, and as a convenient distribution platform for missing persons ads and the like.

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    18. So glad I don’t feel like a wide-eyed hick, Phyreblade! I knew it seemed weird, but yeah.

      Sad truth? But surely there’s a boutique milk carton industry blossoming somewhere in that great land of tapped milk and honey. Probably in California, somewhere. Milk cartons filled with milk, labelled with a Missing Person (fictional and ironic) all for $6.98 a quart.

      So you can have the best of both worlds.

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    19. Indeed. I Stand corrected. There do exist such places. This is also what makes America great…

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