Jingle Bells Is Racist Too?

Well of course it is silly, every fucking thing is racist.

I’m a racist, you’re a racist, my fucking socks are racist because they are white.

White Christmas is racist because orange snow doesn’t exist and black snow gets a bad rap.

I swear I am the point that if all these people are so God damn butthurt about every motherfucking thing they can possibly dream up that they claim is racist then I am not the problem.

They are the fucking problem because they have very serious psycological issues.

Save your money, pack your shit and move to Somalia and be done with it because you aren’t changing a damn thing  here with your constant sniveling and victimhood signaling except pissing people off.

Grow the FUCK up and find something productive to do.

Obsessing about every damn thing you see being somehow oppressive to you is avoiding  the responsibility of being an adult and being a productive member of society who does what it takes to make a living and pay the fucking bills.

 

My cheap white socks don’t give a rusty fuck about you and neither does my narrow little white ass.

Now get a fucking job, work your ass off like every other dirty sonofabitch you think is doing you wrong does and experience what it feels like to be too fucking busy and tired to give a rats ass about such stupid shit.

 

One thing is for damn sure I see, idiocy is color blind.

 

7 thoughts on “Jingle Bells Is Racist Too?

  1. I could not have ranted better. Right on point! I have been searching the web to try to find explanation to the racist thing & cannot. BECAUSE IT IS NOT.

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  2. I’ve got a lazy, black sonofabitch living in my household who won’t work, sleeps all day, expects all his meals be served to him, and don’t know who his daddy is.
    Do I get a pass on being racist for letting him stay with me?
    After all, he is a good dog.

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  3. So, I looked it up. Can anyone tell me WTF is ‘racist’ about these lyrics?

    “Jingle Bells” (2-line verses combined to 1 line by me for reader brevity)

    [Verse 1]
    Dashing through the snow. In a one-horse open sleigh
    O’er the fields we go/ Laughing all the way
    Bells on bobtails ring. Making spirits bright
    What fun it is to ride and sing. A sleighing song tonight

    [Chorus]
    Jingle bells, jingle bells. Jingle all the way
    Oh what fun it is to ride. In a one-horse open sleigh, hey
    Jingle bells, jingle bells. Jingle all the way
    Oh what fun it is to ride. In a one-horse open sleigh

    [Verse 2]
    A day or two ago. I thought I’d take a ride
    And soon, Miss Fanny Bright. Was seated by my side
    The horse was lean and lank. Misfortune seemed his lot
    He got into a drifted bank. And then we got upsot

    [Chorus]

    [Verse 3]
    A day or two ago. The story I must tell
    I went out on the snow. And on my back I fell
    A gent was riding by. In a one-horse open sleigh
    He laughed as there I sprawling lie. But quickly drove away

    [Chorus]

    [Verse 4]
    Now the ground is white. Go it while you’re young
    Take the girls tonight. And sing this sleighing song
    Just get a bobtailed bay. Two forty as his speed
    Hitch him to an open sleigh. And crack, you’ll take the lead

    [Chorus]

    ““Jingle Bells” is one of the most famous traditional Christmas songs all around the world. Original lyrics were written by ‘Lord’ James S. Pierpont in 1857 – with title of “One Horse Open Sleigh” – for a local school choir. Interestingly enough, song was intended to be used on Thanksgiving Day.”

    – © 2017 Genius Media Group Inc. https://genius.com/Christmas-songs-jingle-bells-lyrics

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