“i wanna apologize to all the women that ive harrassed with statements like “hi” or “have a nice day” or “youre beautiful”. i cant imagine what that must feel like. the closest thing I’ve experienced is maybe when a girl recognizes me from tv and they say things like “AHHHH!! OH MY GOD!! SNL SNL SNL!! TAKE A PICTURE!! TAKE A PICTURE!! I LOVE YOU SO MUCH!! WHATS YOUR NAME AGAIN?! THANK YOU!! THANK YOU!! WAIT SAY SOMETHING FUNNY!!” but even that is nothing like the harrassment of having a complete stranger tell me to “smile.”
and then… “i wanna apologize for my last apology. sometimes i forget that i belong to all of you now, and that any thought i have should be filtered through you, and receive ur approval. its tough, because im used to taking risks and finding humor in places of discomfort. but thats all over, cause i have a job on tv. and if i say the wrong thing youll see to it that its taken away. so the next time i have a silly thought, ill giggle to myself, keep my mouth shut, & post a picture with my arm around a more famous person i met somewhere.”
Lets get a few things out there. I hate this current trend we’re enduring of hidden camera videos and prank videos. Every “shaming” video on Youtube just aims to rile up support for some lame cause that is already common sense to anyone with a shred of self-awareness. All the Herbs and Shirleys of the world are already obsessed with political correctness and bully shaming, we don’t need countless videos aimed at outing people for being assholes. That’s just life. Most people in real life suck, we’re not all meant to be friends. That right there’s a little thing called a lesson.
Secondly, I can’t stand guys who cat call chicks on the street or follow them around for blocks at a time trying to “holler at ’em”. In the godforsaken city of NYC, there are roughly 1.8 million of those clowns and I have no idea what they think they are gonna accomplish. Like, “Oh, hey, thanks for telling me I have a phat ass and you’d throw a hunnid at it. Shall we head to the nearest alley for an Old Fashioned?” I don’t think so, Bro. The chick from this video could have stood on the corner of 125th and Lex and she would have been “hollered at” 110 times in twenty minutes. It gets old quick, and that’s coming from a guy who eye-fucks roughly 99% of female pedestrians.
Lastly, while i do agree with women that cat-calling thing is pathetic and annoying, it’s not dangerous. Every single man that does this in real human life is a total degenerate, moron, half-wit. Half the guys in that video are literal homeless bums! Some of the lines that were thrown out were actually funny, it surprised me that they came from whatever derelict was on screen. And that’s the thing. In real life, you just shrug it off, laugh at the effort, and keep it moving. There’s no way I can know what it’s like for a woman, but these guys are just slugs. In life, you squash slugs and go about your day. That’s what every woman is doing when they don’t respond to the calls. We don’t need to see a video about it.
Now back to Michael Che. Thank you, sir! This is exactly what I’m talking about with all the Herb and Shirleys out there today. Michael Che is a professional comedian who made a topical joke bout current events, and every PC Sheriff jumped down his throat because they have their undies in a bunch about something that should be commonsense. SHUT UP, people. Good on Michael for doubling down and not giving in to what I’m sure was an infinite stream of internet trolls. Guy is a comedian and he can’t make a joke just because a bunch of feminists are upset that some drug addict bums want to get laid by a cute chick. Piss off.