As many current Jezebel staffers can attest, those brave enough to enter the dark world of college a capella find themselves constantly mired in a brutal web of emotional warfare, bad Katy Perry covers, and often, overwhelming racial homogeny—the latter of which, according to this brilliant sketch from a recent…
There are many men out there who, despite having spent their lives in the company of women, still get squeamish, annoyed, or dismissive when it comes to talking about periods. If you happen to be one of these gentleman, please sit down. Key and Peele have a message for you.
“I once met a lass so fine. She was dunk on barley wine. I’d been at sea for months a three. I knew I could make her mine. And the lass was past consent! So it was off with her we went,” growls pirate Jordan Peele. Don’t despair, though. There’s a twist!
Well, if only life were this simple. To promote the season 5 premiere of Key & Peele on July 8, the comedy duo released this musical skit about a fictional “utopia for black people” called Negrotown. No, it isn’t Atlanta (their joke, not mine).
In this crazy mixed up world of ours, what with all of the Africa-themed costume parties, Richard Cohens, Sarah Palins and black people getting arrested at department stores for simply attempting to purchase clothes, it can sometimes be a little hard (especially for white folks) to tell what's racist and what's not.…
Funny and service-y!