Basic ***** As basic as i can be As common as i am As average as i look I am a basic ***** Oh yes Yes my morning starts with Pumpkin spice latte and Top 50 songs of the week Yes the most pinned post on Pinterest decides my outfit I might look hip and cool different days and my accessories uncounted Yet I have a style Yes I am a basic ***** As basic as it sounds Twilight is yet my favorite book I can't stand violence and I am basic on the standards I can't play instruments and Hell yeah, I get good grades on Math and Science and i rock these social nights Yes. I am basic ***** As basic as it sounds But I don't judge people From the song they listen Clothes they put on I don't judge people on the color of skin Whether they like boy or they like girl I treat people they are just another me I don't form and divide people in stereotypes I live in present and the basic I am I am unbiased and nice I respect other and there choices I admit to what Like I am not scared of judgement and I never will be So, call me a basic ***** I accept and I agree What I can't accept is to be a ****** hypocrite Who decides my intelligence from the quotes i speak I say Beyoncé is the coolest woman in human history I m basic and no no I m not mean Cause it's not weird like ordinary things To keep it simple And put it clean
*****, Let's face it, You're honestly Pretty Basic. Don't call this racist, Cause that's not the case, *****. The Issue's Not Racial There's a cultural Basis. There are 'Basic White *******' Of any Race you can find in LA (which, by the way Is every single race). Everyone who's not a basic white ***** can spot a basic white *****, Caucasian or not, it's based on Identity not Color or Shade. You're not an Oasis of cultural expectations, and you have no idea how your Entitlement is Enabled but it's okay, Cuz you see, Babe, The rest of us still need to Assimilate into The Culture that made you. And as bad as this may Make you feel, I'll just say there's a good chance that this is the only form of 'Hate' you'll experience Today.
Basically a poem about white privilege. Inspired by something I saw someone post.