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Screengrab of Original “Compton Cookout” event (+ another similarly themed event)

February 19, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

This is the original screengrab of the original “Compton Cookout” event. It also contains the screengrab of another similarly themed event that was due to happen later this month.

Here is the original text:

February marks a very important month in American society. No, i’m not referring to Valentines day or Presidents day. I’m talking about Black History month. As a time to celebrate and in hopes of showing respect, the Regents community cordially invites you to its very first Compton Cookout.

For guys: I expect all males to be rockin Jersey’s, stuntin’ up in ya White T (XXXL smallest size acceptable), anything FUBU, Ecko, Rockawear, High/low top Jordans or Dunks, Chains, Jorts, stunner shades, 59 50 hats, Tats, etc.

For girls: For those of you who are unfamiliar with ghetto chicks-Ghetto chicks usually have gold teeth, start fights and drama, and wear cheap clothes – they consider Baby Phat to be high class and expensive couture. They also have short, nappy hair, and usually wear cheap weave, usually in bad colors, such as purple or bright red. They look and act similar to Shenaynay, and speak very loudly, while rolling their neck, and waving their finger in your face. Ghetto chicks have a very limited vocabulary, and attempt to make up for it, by forming new words, such as “constipulated”, or simply cursing persistently, or using other types of vulgarities, and making noises, such as “hmmg!”, or smacking their lips, and making other angry noises,grunts, and faces. The objective is for all you lovely ladies to look, act, and essentially take on these “respectable” qualities throughout the day.

Several of the regents condos will be teaming up to house this monstrosity, so travel house to house and experience the various elements of life in the ghetto.

We will be serving 40’s, Kegs of Natty, dat Purple Drank- which consists of sugar, water, and the color purple , chicken, coolade, and of course Watermelon. So come one and come all, make ya self before we break ya self, keep strapped, get yo shine on, and join us for a day party to be remembered- or not.

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  1. Nabil Al-Murabit
    March 2, 2010 at 12:40 am

    The administrator of this blog is a much more evolved person than I’ll ever be. If I was attending that school, I’d organize a Red Neck party. Complete with white face make up, daisy dukes, checkered bikini tops, cut off overalls, hay, moonshine bottles, the stars and bars, with southern animal erotica videos.

    Seriously, I don’t know who to be angry with in this situation. The white people that actually think that these sorts of events are funny and fresh or for the people of Compton, and those like them, who can’t seem to get their collective shit together.

    Good luck with your deal and I hope that you can make a difference

  2. March 6, 2010 at 3:21 pm

    You should see our frontpage for the screenshot of the UCSD Black Alumni Association’s “Kool-aid ‘n’ Chicken” party. As soon as they found out we found it, they quickly changed the name and pulled down the Google cache.

    Kinda shows you the sort of courageous and honest people we’re making fun of.

  3. March 8, 2010 at 5:59 pm

    So, I take it you’re justifying this Lohith?

  4. bill robinson
    March 12, 2010 at 9:29 pm

    1st of all, @Nabil, I’ve seen those all the time at my campus (white trash parties.) They’re not uncommon. Just as stupid as all the other “themed” frat parties (Jersey Shore, Alice in Wonderland, Black and White, etc. parties.)
    Yeah this is pretty retarded, I don’t see how it’s that different from regular frat behavior. All of a sudden *now* people notice these things. Most of the people protesting at my school are the same rich white folks who usually perpetuate these things. Same people tryin to ask me to teach them to dance “black” at parties, the same people that ask me if I’ve ever seen someone get shot. I also don’t understand the level of uproar over this comparatively. These guys are retarded and should get stomped, but do you see this kind of reaction when a show like family guy makes a joke about white people loving the all state insurance guy because he’s a nonthreatening looking black guy or about, “yeah, we should be safe here- there’s no black people around.”? No one freaks out when lil wayne and others act like fools and reinforce stereotypes and pretty much take us a step *backwards*?
    Also, there ain’t nothin wrong with an Alumni Association having a kool aid n chicken party. Chicken is definitely black food. Chicken of all kinds, especially fried chicken. Yes, it’s also, *American* food. But realize that most of American culture is directly from or is derivative of black culture. I don’t know any black people that don’t consider chicken part of our cuisine… and I been raised on cheap drinks like kool aid. There is a SOUL FOOD restaurant, in my hometown, that sells kool aid for $2 a cup. They don’t even disguise it, they’ll either call it drank or kool aid. That’s just how we live. Wings n Things has thee *best* soul food I ever had- except for my grandmom’s of course. Even more important is the distinction between description. I wouldn’t have thought a “hood themed” party would be that bad- I’ve even considered tossing one myself, “come with your pants around your ankles and we’ll drink 40’s and play bones” (I don’t consider drinking forties and whooping people in dominos to be racist. Pants around the ankles- sometimes you need to be able to step back and laugh and make fun of the suckas who think it’s anything but uncomfortable to wear your pants way below your waist)- except that the description these frat boys had just made me cringe because it was obviously so ignorant and racist, particularly about women. I think you would find a much better description in the alumni association’s event.

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