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2 Sentences Repeated Over And Over Get Funnier Every Single Time

In grade school, I used to be called an "oreo" by other kids. For those who don't know, it's slang that means "black on the outside, white on the inside." I didn't act like the black people they saw in movies and TV. But, in reality, I just acted like everyone else.Of course, this skit makes its point in a way funnier way, but I digress. You won't regret pressing play. I promise.

2 Sentences Repeated Over And Over Get Funnier Every Single Time

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Like the rest of the Western hemisphere, I woke up this morning to the surprising news that gymnastic superstar Simone Biles had backed out of the Olympic team finals after an uncharacteristically bad vault performance. After some conflicting reports about a possible injury, it became clear that she was physically fine—it was her mental state that had gotten twisted.

Cue the armchair commentators complaining that she had let the team down, that she's only concerned about herself, and that she shouldn't have gone into the competition if she didn't have the mental toughness to handle it.

Hoo boy. Let's all just take a deep breath and step back for a second.

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