Avril Lavigne 'Hello Kitty' Video, Racist?

Ignore the fact that it is Avril Lavigne. It has been called racist, insensitive etc…

*You probaby won’t make it through the whole video.

I don’t get how that is racist in any sense of the word.

It’s just absurdly dumb.

Racist? No.

Would bang? Probably.

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I made it to 1:25

If people call it racist simply for copying the style of a Japanese video then they must be white women who went to college too hard.

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Everything is offensive and racist nowadays.

[quote]Dr. Pangloss wrote:
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First I was like, is that a hoe or a plough?

Now I am like, think its a plough…

Would plough?

Definitely plough…

Great marketing, spread the rumor it’s racist, now the video is everywhere.

[quote]nsimmons wrote:
Great marketing, spread the rumor it’s racist, now the video is everywhere.[/quote]

this^ avril is not relevant in the slightest anymore and this is sure as hell getting ppl talking about her.

as stated before in the thread, everything is racist these days to some people.

It’s on!

When people are desperate to take offense they’ll never find a shortage of reason to do so.

Calling this drivel racist is so over the top that you have to wonder what expression they’re going to use on the KKK.

I like how the backing dancers are so expressionless they look bored within an inch of their lives. I was wondering if the song was actually a parody of some type, but I just couldn’t listen it for any length of time. I made less than 30seconds.

Watched the whole thing. With sound on. I don’t see any problem.

[quote]csulli wrote:
Watched the whole thing. With sound on. I don’t see any problem.[/quote]

You need never prove your courage again!

[quote]MartyMonster wrote:

[quote]csulli wrote:
Watched the whole thing. With sound on. I don’t see any problem.[/quote]

You need never prove your courage again![/quote]
Hell he probably rubbed one out watching it.

[quote]Derek542 wrote:

[quote]MartyMonster wrote:

[quote]csulli wrote:
Watched the whole thing. With sound on. I don’t see any problem.[/quote]

You need never prove your courage again![/quote]
Hell he probably rubbed one out watching it.[/quote]

How would that be possible?

It’d be like trying to eat an Orange with chopsticks.

[quote]MartyMonster wrote:

[quote]Derek542 wrote:

[quote]MartyMonster wrote:

[quote]csulli wrote:
Watched the whole thing. With sound on. I don’t see any problem.[/quote]

You need never prove your courage again![/quote]
Hell he probably rubbed one out watching it.[/quote]

How would that be possible?

It’d be like trying to eat an Orange with chopsticks.[/quote]
LOL

I can’t even purposely try to find something racist/insensitive about that video or song.

And let’s not act like other countries don’t play off America in their “art” all the time.

[quote]Nards wrote:
If people call it racist simply for copying the style of a Japanese video then they must be white women who went to college too hard.[/quote]

This. It’s the new thing.

They used to stay this about Elvis, too. “Stole” black culture.

No, he was a very handsome, reasonably talented singer/writer/dancer, who showed up right at right time and worked his ass off.

I guess all blacks who sing in harmony are stealing from European culture.

And everyone who worships G-d is stealing from Jewish culture.

lmao… You aren’t living if you aren’t offended I guess.

This is like that Salon writer who flipped out and called any white person that belly dances racist… Appropriation is what she called it I think. maybe this is that then?

The Japanese are the most xenophobic group of people on earth. If they are offended, fuck em.