More stereotypical implications

When I was watching ‘Chappelle’s show’ on comedy central, there was this skit done to prove that ‘white men can’t dance’. This skit was in chappelle’s show season two with guest: John Mayer.

So John went to different locations to find what kind of music different races dance to. At first he went to a place where most caucasians hung out. While he played his guitar, the people in the area started dancing. It was hilarious. But when John went to a barber shop where there were only blacks and a couple of spanish/latin people, They didnt dance to John’s music. But when a drummer came in to the scene, the blacks started dancing. When pianist played latin music with the drummer, the spanish people started dancin along.

This skit was really funny, but involved stereotypes on what instrument moves different races. I couldn’t find it on youtube, so go and buy the dvd.

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6 Responses to “More stereotypical implications”

  1. astrangerwithcandy Says:

    Oops Pow Surprise!

  2. I liked the racial draft too. That was funny

  3. that’s pretty funny! why is it that white people can’t dance? sorry, i mean most white people.

  4. alamoluck007 Says:

    DUDE HAVE A POINT WHEN YOU WRITE! “this one time i saw a dave chappelle show, and well I have no oppinion or point to make about it… I basically am some jackass who makes posts about things I do or watch…”
    Go outside, dig yourself a hole in the ground, jump in the hole and shoot yourself. what a waste of time…

  5. thekingofeurope Says:

    omg, i love dave chappelle too! i don’t know what the hell alamoluck is talking about. alamoluck should lighten up.

  6. ketsukusa Says:

    man I want to see that

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