Here are the best racist memes for all of you, and here’s how you can use them.1.
“I just wanna be a nigga!”
“Nigga” means a person with African American heritage or a person of African descent.
In the popular song “I Just Want to Be a Nigga,” a man’s voice says: “I don’t know why I gotta go to the mall, nigga.”2.
“What do I do for dinner?”
A variation of “What did I do today?”
This is one of the earliest racist memes, and it’s the earliest of many racist jokes.3.
“Why does the president say he has no respect for me?”
The first known racist meme, “Why did the president come to my house to rob me?” refers to President Barack Obama as a “c***.”
The joke is that a c*** is someone who is disrespectful, and the president is disrespecting them.4.
“When I grow up I want to be an astronaut.”
This is an early variant of “when I grow out of high school.”
This racist meme comes from a 1993 film, “The Adventures of Tintin,” about a racist American astronaut who flies into space and lands on the moon.
The joke was that he would be a better astronaut than his father, who was a better spaceman.5.
“Don’t be like my mother, I don’t wanna see her around.”
This meme is often associated with President Donald Trump, who has used the phrase “Don’T be like her.”
This comment was also used by Bill Cosby.6.
“You can’t be the next black president if you are not white.”
The earliest known racist comment about President Barack H. Obama was made by white supremacist author Richard Spencer in 2011.
This racist comment was a reference to Obama’s birth country of Kenya.7.
“Can you take my dog?”
This was one of several racist jokes that appeared on the website FunnyJunk.com, a site that features cartoons that are often racist.8.
“The most racist thing I heard today was that I need to pay more taxes to the government.”
In a video posted to YouTube, the voice of a young white man says: “”The most racists I heard this morning were that if I paid more in taxes, the government would go away.
It’s like if you went to jail, and you have to pay $100 to get out.
It is insane.
This variation of the racist joke is one the earliest known instances of a racist comment on YouTube. “
A man with a swastika tattoo on his arm and a gun on his thigh was shot in the head.”
This variation of the racist joke is one the earliest known instances of a racist comment on YouTube.
The video was taken by a man named Eric Duhon.10.
“If I had a son, he would look like Trayvon Martin.”
A variation on the racist comment appears on a Facebook page that has a large number of racist comments.
It was made in 2014 by a user named John.11.
“F**k the white people.
If you like white people, go back to Africa.”
The racist joke has been used on other sites, including YouTube, but has become more widely known in recent years as part of the “Dylann Roof” hate speech controversy.12.
“My son will have a baby.
My daughter will have another baby.”
This example of the Racist Comment is a variation on a variation of a similar racist comment that appeared in 2016 on a page titled “My Son’s Wife’s Baby,” which has since been taken down.13.
“That’s a good thing.”
This type of racist comment is often used to mock black people.
The earliest example of this type of Racist comment was posted to a YouTube video by a person named Jason H. in 2015.
This video was called “My Dad’s Wife and Baby” and was made during the run-up to the 2012 presidential election.14.
“So what are you doing at the mall?”
The racist comment appeared in the viral video “The Truth About Black People,” which shows a man saying: “So I was at the store last night, and I saw you at the counter, I thought you must be doing something.
“Did you have a nice time?
What was the theme of the night?”
The earliest racist comment from a video titled “Black Guy Wants to Know What Was The Theme Of The Night?” appeared on a YouTube channel called “Famous People.”
It was about a white man who said: “Do you know what the theme was at my house last night?
My house was the most white, the most boring, the least interesting house ever.”16.
“We need to start having conversations about race again.”
This was a variation from “The Racist Comments.”
This video, which was made before President Donald J. Trump was elected, showed a man wearing a Confederate