Darkie (Toothpaste?)

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    tiki god

    this is real stuff!

    bstaples

    Paying 7 dollars for toothpaste is the real tragedy here.

    dieAntagonista

    In Taiwan? Sounds about right to me.

    What I’m more concerned about is the fluroide “protection.” LEAVE PEOPLE’S PINEAL GLANDS ALONE

    oldnoob

    I grew up using those toothpaste.

    I don’t think those were suppose to be the price.

    Flickerdart

    I didn’t know Michael Jackson did a toothpaste.

    ian356094

    Yeah this is an actual toothpaste in Taiwan. Its called Hei Ren Ya Gao, which literally translates to Black man toothpaste.

    Oriahna

    lol @ dark humour

    Sticky

    I like the evolution from insulting black caricature to classy black man.

    AustinDav

    From a marketing perspective, this is brilliant. Moving from the extremely offensive name to one much more benign, and from a racist caricature to a spokes-character who is actually classy and sophisticated, all while maintaining a recognizable brand identity. Very well done.

    TrAyVon'S GhOSt, nuCca

    Please tell me its watermelon flavoured.

    natedog

    chikkens

    TrAyVon'S GhOSt, nuCca

    Hey my dog has chicken flavoured tooth paste.

    He also has a little basketball and he’s awesome with it.

    He likes to steal stuff.

    He’s loud.

    He’ll fuck anything with a heart beat.

    He’s pretty smart but you wouldn’t want him doing surgery on you.

    He sleeps all the time.

    He’s demanding.

    He cries when he wants attention.

    He has a thing for big white dogs.

    He doesn’t smell bad but different. Like an identifiable smell.

    Well thanks MCS. I just realized my dog is a nigger.

    frogurtx

    I totally used this stuff in Taiwan.

    KommissarKvC

    if only the whitening ingredient relaly could turn niggers into whites, then the world would be better

    Caio

    It’s the main toothpaste here in China. Usually 7 yuan, though, not seven bucks. Kind of tastes chalky.

    At least it’s not called ‘heigui’ toothpaste.