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The Best Racist Joke Ever!

September 12, 2011
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Do you really want to tell or hear a racist joke that badly? Well, then, here you go... Image via Wikipedia

The problem with telling a racist joke is that no matter how you tell it, somebody is probably going to be offended.  Vocal inflection, word choice, and nonverbal delivery are all important when telling a racist joke because one misstep can mean irreparable damage to your reputation or physical well-being.  Racist jokes are usually very dangerous to tell, but what if there were a racist joke you could tell without getting punched out, fired, or sued?  That would be the BEST RACIST JOKE EVER! 

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A racist was driving down the street, marveling at the inferiority of all the drivers around him. 

“Look at that stupid (colorful, racist expletive),” the racist said.  “Driving with the bass turned up so high the pavement shakes.  What a dumb (colorful, racist expletive).” 

“And look at that stupid (colorful, racist expletive),” the racist said, staring at another car.  “The hood and trunk of his car are moving up and down so much it looks like the car is humping the street.  What a dumb (colorful, racist expletive).” 

“Now look at that stupid (colorful, racist expletive),” the racist said.  “Driving  so slow that he’s causing a traffic jam.  What a dumb (colorful, racist expletive).” 

Then the racist noticed a police car behind him with its siren on. 

“Of course, I’m the one that gets pulled over,” the racist muttered. 

“Sir,” the police officer said after the racist rolled down his window.  “Are you aware that you just ran a red light?” 

“I’m sorry, officer,” the racist said.  “I don’t see color.”

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