T-shirts pulled; dubbed offensive by Latina shoppers

Funny story written by Robert W. Armijo

Wednesday, 25 July 2007

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Is this what we should all look like in America? Whatever happened to the great American Melting Pot?

New York, New York - Tracy's was forced to pull T-shirts Latina shoppers reported as offensive from their chain of nationwide retail stores today. The T-shirts were meant as a joke, say store representatives. However, they ended up offending Latnia shoppers with the slogan, "Brown is The New White…now go back to Mexico you [CENSORED] before I call La Migra [immigration] on you, and have your entire family deported, Poncho! All except your wife, which I will [CENSORED] all [CENSORED] night long."

"Quite frankly, we just don't understand what's so offensive about them," said a Tracy's Executive. "Doesn't everybody want to be White?"

According to Tracy's, the T-shirts are of the highest manufactured quality the tinny hands of the children of Chinese political dissidents or the unregulated sweatshops of Latin America can produce.

"And as for the slogan," continued the Executive. "It was professionally designed by comedian, Michael Richards himself."

Civil Rights groups all agree the T-shirts are not only offensive but also grossly inaccurate.

"Everybody knows Gays are really the new White, and the old White the new Alabaster," said Civil Rights activist, Carol Banks. "Asians the new Brown, well the old Brown has been demoted to the new Black and the old Black promoted to the new Asian, while poor non-White women and minority children are still poor non-White women and minority children."

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