@Regular Guy That's Had Enough
"Ghetto-Lobster is how black ghetto parents discipline their kids with a pot of hot water."
Any sources for this? I mean, that aren't white supremacist sites, or Urban Dictionary? Because I've never met anyone, black or otherwise, to whom that's ever been done.
"Look it up. Or ask your imaginary black best friend how he got those scalding scars."
I did look it up. What's funny is that, except for an Urban Dictionary page (because that's such a reliable resource), all but two of the results on Google (a Sports forum talking about a single, specific case, and a troll question on Y!A) appear to be white-supremacists, though one actually took a minute of glancing through his shitty blog before I knew for sure.
Actually, I think I've found a goldmine of quotes for this site. Even the sports forum page had some horrible misogynist asshole who's quote would just look great on this site (and some other asshole who's post just consisted of image on a case about a child being boiled alive by a single pair of psychopaths who aren't representative of anyone). Honestly, I'm like a kid in a candy store with all these fine choices of quotes.
But I digress. My point is, it seems awfully strange that except for one mention of one, single, isolated case, all mentions of this that I've seen are by trolls and racists. I wonder if that means it's bullshit, and that white supremacists are using a few isolated psychopaths to demonize an entire race of people? If someone suggested, based on the Caylee Anthony case, that all white parents duct-tape their childrens' mouths shut and lock them in the trunks of their cars, would you agree with that?
Also, yeah, if this friend is imaginary, then why would I need to ask him about his scars? Why couldn't I just imagine him without them?