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The Nightcap

Nightcap for September 18th, 2018

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“Rather fail with honor than succeed by fraud.” – Sophocles



Women Behaving Whitely

Autumn officially begins Sep. 22 and white people everywhere are eagerly assembled at the starting line, poised and ready for action.

White men love fall because that’s when football and Octoberfest happens. It’s also when breweries begin brandishing their “Limited Addition” pumpkin ales.

White women love fall because they can admire all the beautiful foliage and finally start adorning those cute scarves, hats, and boots that have been collecting dust in their closet. Also, we all know that Pumpkin Spice ANYTHING is like crack for them.

Now, there are plenty of other races that clearly enjoy the turning of the season, and stereotyping is heavily frowned upon in this day and age. However, white people are particularly guilty of the aforementioned behavior and, in their defense, own it like a champ.

Here are 25 memes that cleverly depict other behavior that’s almost exclusively reserved for white people.



Interaction and Introverts

I think we all can agree that there are a lot of crappy, annoying, crazy, and downright awful people out there. In fact, if everyone reading this article were to be stuck in a room together, there would undoubtedly be people that disliked each other.

All 4 of you.

In a world full of such varying and polar personalities, most of us do our best to be civil to one another, but only because you can’t just go around telling people to F off. I mean, you CAN, but it’s generally frowned upon and fairly difficult to keep a job when you do that.

Instead, we just avoid awful people as often as possible, so we don’t have to fake pleasantries. It’s the rational and polite thing to do.

Then there are people that dislike interacting with society all-together. These people are usually referred to as “introverts” and here are 15 examples of introverted people going to extremes to disassociate from society.


Why we say “OK”

How a cheesy joke from the 1830s became the most widely spoken word in the world.

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Written by Mcclain Warren


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