2 Sentences Repeated Over And Over Get Funnier Every Single Time
In grade school, I used to be called an “oreo” by other kids. For those who don’t know, it’s slang that means “black on the outside, white on the inside.” I didn’t act like the black people they saw in movies and TV. But, in reality, I just acted like everyone else.
Of course, this skit makes its point in a way funnier way, but I digress. You won’t regret pressing play. I promise.
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