Friday, June 19, 2009

Process of Elimination

Process of Elimination

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  1. Wow.

  2. no, I can’t quess – please, teach me!

  3. Nathan Scott just never gives up on his dream does he?

  4. So not lame. So what if he’s the only white dude?

  5. I agree with sm. this is not lame. just funny.

  6. Wait, how do we know he is the white dude?…maybe he is the fat dude.

  7. I think the lame here is the socks with sandals. Ewwwww!

  8. I bet I can also guess which one rides the bench

  9. “Lamebook: The lamest and funniest of facebook.” you just don’t get it do you sm and Tiger.

  10. herpes or hispes

    future cell block C

  11. @TyBat

    lots of the players are wearing socks and sandals.


  13. user: hahahaaa

  14. what if the parents of that kid are… black ???

  15. The name of the person is Renee. Which is a black name.

    So I have no idea.

  16. Renee is actually a FRENCH name.

    Connor = fail.

  17. hahahaha

  18. I’m confused. I get that the process of elimination is meant that it’s the white guy, but… there’s really no evidence suggesting that it is from this picture alone.

  19. Obviously you can eliminate the black folks from this for 2 reasons. 1- Parent posted this and therefore is involved in the childs life. 2 – it didnt say “guess who dat b” or some other loose translation which murders the english language.

  20. I’m guessing the one with black hair

  21. @ numbers 3, 8 and 20, LMAO 🙂

    @ #19 racist 😐

  22. is it the fat one?

  23. I dunno, can u explain to me how ur son looks like?!

  24. Oh god, that looks way too similar to my old elementary school for comfort.


  26. Princess Bananahammock

    # 14 is that a serious question? I hope not

  27. Erm, 26 – that is in fact possible.

    It is technically possible for black parents to conceive a white child; it has something to do with a lack of pigments, I believe.

    Look it up anyway – I know that at least one was born in 2009.

    (Yes, the father took a paternity test. It was their kid.)

  28. It’s called ‘albinism’ or ‘amelanosis’. It’s a recessive genetic disorder that reduces or eliminates the pigment of the skin called ‘melanin’.

  29. miidnightrain4590

    It could be a legitimate question if that looked even remotely like a child with albinism, aka the child was ghost white, had white hair, that was still very short or braided very much very stereotypically black just lacking in pigment like the disorder suggests.

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