ok so im white and i really wanna use the n-word well im already using it but not in a derogatory way in a cool way i like jamming to little wayne and stuff was just wondering is there anyway a white person can gain access to using the n word without black people being offended like is there a certain amount of black friends i can have to be able to say it ? once again not being disrespectful just in a cool way
little wayne ?
ok u want access to the word lemme huddle up with my ancestors real quick and come up with a solution bruh i got u right now
pshwhwhwww “not derogatory he says”
pshwhwhwww “he actually spelled out little?? *group laughter*”
pswhwwhwhw “certain amount of black friends”
pswhhwwhwh “no no no in a cool way”
"ok i got the solution "pswhwwhwhhwhw"
pswhwhwhwh “you sure ? if he does that he will gain access?”
pswhwhww “ok ill let him know
ok sir im back :) they said wrap your entire body in steaks, and go into a cage and lock yourself in with at least 13 tigers who have been deprived of food for 3 or more days then and only then will you be allowed to use the the n-word
have fun tell me how it goes :) I cant wait for you to be able to say the n-word with me we’re gonna have so much fun
i’m an 18 year old chinese-american girl, and set to go to uni next month. as I was growing up, I attended chinese school on and off but I eventually quit because I was an immature child that didn’t see the importance of it. at home, my parents speak canto with each other, my grandma and my mother…
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