Ryan Murphy, Kiki Palmer, Jeffrey Dahmer discussed on ICYMI



It. She accidentally manifested Jeffrey Dahmer's Netflix series. Oh my gosh, she put it out there. The Ryan Murphy serial killer cinematic universe that's coming. I guess maybe I'll offend mine to make a difference from Madison's. Just right, maybe Ryan Murphy needs to stop. Actually, I want his ass in a room recording a glee tell all or nothing at all. I mean, also back to the serial killers, I watched the new season of American Horror Story. Yeah. Terrible, so bad. It's just about gay men dying. So like, please stop. I call it. I called it scary pose. It was like if they made this scary. But they were like, it was all a metaphor. Not scary pose. A scary figure looming and it was a it's just like exactly like we already did and makes everyone really sad and they did it. No, I think that's fair. Serial killer content, I'd say this is a girly who grew up watching Criminal Minds. Fictional serial killer content feels somewhat different to me. It's fine. Justifying myself. But we need to stop talking about true crime. 80% of true crime is not well done. And the 20% that is should make you come away feeling poorly. Like you should not come away from true crime, being like my new favorite murder, you should come away from true car and being like, wow, the criminal justice system is terrible, and I'm so sorry. For those people's families. You should not be happy at the end of anything true crime related. The only true crime that I really do enjoy is like scammers. You know what I mean? I do too. It's true. It's for deeming value in that though. Like you do. Don't go to Morocco with your random friend who you don't know anything about. And don't let her borrow your credit card to buy much of stuff. Also, no one dies at the end. And that feels easier to swallow. Right. Right. I'm like, no one. Yeah, no one did die. Yeah. No. As far as I know. I know. I'm like, did anyone die in the anecdote story? No. Can confirm. I don't know. Well, that's a perfect place to take a break. When we come back, I will be back with Moises and Kelsey and we will continue being haters. We're counting down to our ultimate trends that need to stop in 2022. Stick around. Tis the season to indulge. But if you don't want to get so high, you go to the moon, let dak graft help you chill out and enjoy the ride. Their classic pre roll joints, him flower, tinctures and gummies are the perfect replacement or pear to that glass of mulled wine or that third helping of pie. That grass is legal organic smokeable hemp that relaxes your body and mellows your mind. I really personally love dad grass because while I do enjoy weed, sometimes I don't want to be so high that I can't do anything else. And dad grass is perfect for that. They're 100% organic pre rolled joints and flour are very low in THC and high in CBD. So you can enjoy the effects of CBD while keeping a clear head. 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But you should definitely check it out. And I'm back with Kelsey and Moises and we are talking about the things that we hate. So my third thing in my countdown is it's slightly more serious in that I actually physically wanted to stop. Is that thing where someone describes and by someone I mean a non black person describes an AVE term as Internet language that needs to be stopped because it's annoying and overused. I most recently saw this with the word unserious. Someone was just like unserious as the new annoying Twitter language and we all need to stop using it. And it's like, on some level, you're right, it is overused and misused by non black people, but also shut the fuck up. Like, you did this. This is your problem. Exactly. You overuse the word that you didn't understand, and now we are all stuck here hearing all these bitches say unserious and purr when we don't need that. That's not our fault. That is not my fault as a black person. Like collect your people before you start saying, we're not using this word anymore. The fear of being cringe is really so powerful. People really need to be more afraid of it because if you're afraid to use a word that you've heard before, you're not sure what it means. Don't. Just don't. You don't. That's fine. Nobody's gonna be mad at you. Actually, we're gonna respect

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