Why the ‘B’ word is the new ‘N’ word:

a) Generally, calling any random Joe, bro, can be interpreted as disrespectful.
b) Calling the wrong person bro elicits the same scolding reaction as calling the wrong man n____.
c) A bro assumes that all similarly dressed bro’s are receptive to being called bro.
d) Most bro’s overuse the word bro to the extent Lil Wayne overuses the word n____.
e) If the NAACP had governance over the ‘B’ word they would surely denounce its usage on the basis of respect for fellow man.
f) Most, if not all bro’s fail to realize the irony of the term bro.

The Urban Dictionary provides crystal clear bro identification tools:

1. An alpha male idiot: white, 16-35 years old, inarticulate, belligerent, talks about nothing but chicks and beer, has a rich dad that owns a dealership or construction business and constantly tells this to chicks at parties, identifies excessively with brand names, spends a female amount of money on clothes and obsesses over his appearance to a degree that is not socially acceptable for a heterosexual male.
2. Bros actually chose this name for themselves as they often refer to each other as “bro” even though they are not related. It is not uncommon for them to have spiked hair with frosted tips.
3. Bros ruin everything they touch. They are deeply racist, yet vulture-ize black culture with attempts to be “down”, while living as far from any ghetto as humanly possible. It’s because they seek danger, or the illusion of it.
4. Bros enjoy the presence of attractive women, but are also content with simply “broing out”.
5. Bro footwear comprises mostly of sperry topsiders, flip flops, and asics runners.
6. Bros are knowledgeable about most spectator sports and attend sporting events regularly.

There you have it; more show than your local yayo man, less class than a politician and a societal disease unraveling across the world. Tread tepidly, bros are everywhere! Bro.


2 Responses to “NWA or BWA”

  1. Foam Mower Says:

    Don’t forget about the infamous ‘deal’ these bros often ask for. This ‘bro deal’ is usually asked of hardworking underpaid artisans and, almost without fault, asked for by someone who has never even spoken with said artisan before.

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