Author Topic: If a black person calls you the n word, does that give you the pass?  (Read 380 times)

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I've been debating this question in my head for quite a while


 You either are given the N-word pass or you take it by force.


No one gets the nword pass I burned them all

what if a white person calls me, another white person, a n-word? do i, the recipient of such verbal abuse, receive one (1) n-word pass?

Well, you would have to be black in order to be called the n-word, which in turn means that you already have the pass.

what if a white person calls me, another white person, a n-word? do i, the recipient of such verbal abuse, receive one (1) n-word pass?
If someone calls you this, you should probably look in a mirror.

If someone slaps your ass do you have to have a pass to slap ass back?


if the answer isn't obvious please raise your hand.

But you cant call him monday in self defense

If someone slaps your ass do you have to have a pass to slap ass back?


if the answer isn't obvious please raise your hand.
*raises hand*

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I've been debating this question in my head for quite a while
Who calls you the N-word, you call him the N-word back, with the hardest R you can find.

no brother, you must have a black friend who gives you the brother pass.
brother

i know a black person, i was gonna say something funny but i forgot if i remember later ill PM anyone whos curious