December 28, 2016
I don’t even like cars that much, but I somewhat enjoy the classic automobile show “Top Gear,” because I like the goofy British humor in it. Watching the clip above, nothing really seems out of place – it’s just the same kind of jokes they’ve always made.
H-hey, don’t judge me! We all have our guilty pleasures!
But there’s no “grandfather” clause to politically-incorrect jokes, unfortunately.
It’s 2016, after all.
So every homo in the land is up in arms because this old Brit made a ice cream joke.
Richard Hammond has been criticised for linking eating ice-cream with being gay on the latest episode of The Grand Tour, the TV motoring show he co-hosts with Jeremy Clarkson and James May.
Not as far fetched as you’d think.
The exchange occurred on Happy Finnish Christmas, the sixth episode of the first season of the show, which was released on Amazon Prime on 23 December.
In front of a live audience, Clarkson pointed to an image of the interior of a Rolls Royce, saying: “The only problem is that in one of those, you couldn’t enjoy a chocolate Magnum ice-cream.”
“It’s all right, I don’t eat ice-cream,” replied Hammond. “It’s something to do with being straight.”
? hello & here's the full richard hammond 'ice creams are gay' piece and yeah, it's awful pic.twitter.com/JhDisRsc1Q
— Ollie Cole (@ProducerOllie) December 26, 2016
I’ll be honest. I chuckled.
Clarkson and May appeared taken aback as members of the studio audience applauded and cheered.
“Why are you applauding him?” Clarkson, apparently aghast, asked the crowd. “What do you mean? … You’re saying all children are homosexual?”
Man, haven’t these fags ever watched one of these shows? They’re making it seem like the co-hosts were actually dismayed by Hammond’s joke, rather than just being the straight men to his act. I mean, this is just comedy 101.
Not that homosexuals would be watching a show about dudes driving cars while making off-color jokes. But still.
The gay mafia would replace this wonderful programming with reality shows or sitcoms or whatever. smdh.
A spokesman for LGBT equality charity Stonewall said Hammond’s choice of words was not only ridiculous, but “chosen purposefully to mock and belittle”.
“Stonewall trains teachers to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic slurs like these, so to hear this sort of language on television is extremely disappointing and sends the wrong message to young people.”
I guess the message we should be sending to young people is to have more anal sex with men, then?
Or, perhaps, that the only people you’re allowed to make fun of are straight White males?
It’s good that these unhinged SJWs are building up this outpouring of fake outrage over something so mild and ridiculous. Normal people are already starting feel the “gay-fatigue,” much like they’re feeling “negro-fatigue” related to the non-stop looting and violence.
Now that all forms of humor are banned from the mainstream, we have a total monopoly on it.