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Er, I`m pretty sure he`s black too. Listen. You can definitely tell.
I may think too deep into it, but almost every clip ive seen so far, ive been able to extract a message, or moral. Good job!
c-c-c-cool! alright! my name is jeffrey! cool! alright! kick it!
Oh and yes, the stepdad was black. If you watch their other skits, they show that actor and he is indeed black. Although why pointing that out makes someone racist, I don`t know.
that was frightening
His little face of sadness
Take out the two sapces in the url to see the link.
That`s the guy the stepdad sounds like. Look up something on youtube or something if you want to hear him.
Buddy, the `no words longer than 40 characters` thing is a good idea, but you should make it an exception for urls if you can. I can`t even make that a hotlink without an error.
I thought it was pretty funny.
It`s funny becasue it`s supposed to be. If this was an anti-abuse ad, I`d take it as having a message.
People like the guys dad in that skit deserve to get the attitude beat out of them. An eye for an eye. If they think verbally, mentally, and physically abusing people is ok, then they just need somebody bigger and stronger to do it to them.
i dont think it was funny at all, it was probably to spread a message from a group charity like NSPCC.
C-C-C-Cool... all right!
P.S the idiot who said the Step-Dad was black shud shut his loud mouth. How r u suppose to know what color his skin is. I dont think people want to hear ur ignorant comments so STFU
SHUT THE F UP WILL U ALREADY JEEZUH
I totally agree with ebsha...
That guy is NOT in 6th grade (unless they really grow up fast with the hormones we feed the cows now >.<) and he was making a clear statement...
It was not "cool and alright" to be beaten up by your dad, step dad or who ever. And that was a clever way to make the message pass... Kids often goof arround and try to hide it...
yeah... I think it was sad... But the message sure hit.
That was funny.
i coulda done without the whole sixth grade talent show thing they say at the beginning
He`s making a statement about abuse towards women and children.
It`s not `stupid`, spoonfork, its creative, and its the truth. So many women/men and children are abused by their spouses/parents, and this clip tries to show that children do make `calls for help`, but are often ignored on the premise of being immature, stupid, or messing around.