Discussion in 'The Bar' started by dinkus mayhem, Dec 30, 2012.
No, you stupid faggot...
In fact they did.
No, but this brings up something that has bothered me many years now. When I was in maybe 3rd or 4th grade, circa 1974, there was some stupid kid thing we did where you'd use your fingers to pull up, down, etc. on the skin just outside your eyelids, making an exaggerated slope up or down, and chanting "Chinese, Japanese.... * something something something*...." Do any other old farts remember the rest? About once each year this question comes to my mind......
in the end you pull your shirt out by pinching it in front of each nip, mimicking the effect of breasts underneath the shirt. at that point, the joke is reaching it's apex as you ask your now-stunned audience, "what are these?"
Look at these!
the joke is essentially that the joke teller is none of those things he mentions and he makes gestures that are racially/ethinically and/or gender offensive.
isn't that the title of this thread?
My mommy was Chinese
(pull eyelids up with fingers)
My daddy was Japanese
(pull eyelids down with fingers)
And I'm all mixed up!
(Wiggle your eyelids all over the place)
omfg you guys did crazy shit growing up in the 50s!
I think we recited that in class.
you said that instead of the pledge but you said "under god" in it.
Those were the days.
Now see that one reminds me of the legendary "Milk, milk, lemonade, around the corner fudge is made."
Maybe it's a regional variation, but the version we did ended differently, and I'm also pretty sure the term "retarded" was in there somewhere. Please, don't make a mockery of this, I'm very serious... I bet Trawr knows it...
Change out "around the corner" with "push the button" (while literally pushing on subject's bellybutton).
Milk, milk, lemonade,
Push the button,
Fudge is made.*
(*Optional machine rumble sound)
Don't call me your family name!