Discussion in 'The Locker Room' started by feelmikepayne, Jul 2, 2016.
If I had to choose, Mayo > Miracle Whip
Miracle Whip is trash
shyt. I come across more black people who hate yellow mustard than Mayo.
Mayonnaise colored Benz......
Yes. I'm born and raised in NY. And I got fam all thru the south as well. All my grandparents from the south. Like I said. I come across more black people who hate yellow mustard than Mayo...
You see, in Louisiana cajun and mayo don't go together, unless the mayo is spiced up.
Whatever form of Mayo it is. I know black people fukk wit Mayo. And not enough black people don't to have any sort of stereotype about it.
When you stop and think about it, we got the most stereotypes of all races
We dont do this (hiking/swimming)
We do that (play ball/dominos)
We eat this (chicken/hot sauce)
We dont eat that (mayo/hummus)
Only thing i dont do that is white people shyt is chase tornadoes and fukk immediate family members
mayo and regular yellow mustard are both gross as stand alone condiments, need to be hidden into a dish to be tolerable (like potato salad)
I fukking hate mayo you ever seen somebody eating that shyt and some gets stuck on the corners of their mouth you ever seen someone bite in to a burger and that shyt oozes out but hey I've been called weird before because I don't put ketchup on my fries
Exactly. Most black people I know in rl love potato salad or macaroni salad. Only on the internet is eating mayonnaise seen as a white thing and black people hate it.
Mayo with your fries?
I think every race has has an equal amount of stereotypes.
I know, these dudes are crazy. lol
Undercover Brother did not invent the "white people like mayo" stereotype.
We used to talk about that s**t in the early 90's.
Mayo nasty as fukk, I don't touch that garbage.
And nikkas complaining about salad dressing ain't cooking shyt right. You use the sandwich spread actually called "salad dressing", mustard and miracle whip.
Yeah, I know for sure it didn't originate from that film but I guess you could say that film sort of popularized the stereotype all around America. I doubt it though.