Frat Boys Sue For Being Frat Boys
First, no need to comment on the miracle that was Tuesday other than to say, once again, FUCK YEAH!
Ok, then. So, in other delightful news this week, Borat continued to delight audiences with his twisted Tocqueville journey through some of the more excitable parts of our nation. Unfortunately, though, some of our fellow citizens don’t come off as the contemplative, evolved individuals that they totally, like, for real y’all, are. No, a couple of frat brothers from South Carolina University are not happy with their big-screen debut. So, it’s time to sue. What better way to Make Benefit Glorious Nation of America than the time-honored tradition of the lawsuit:
The legal action filed Thursday on their behalf claims they were duped into appearing in the spoof documentary "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan," in which they made racist and sexist comments on camera.
The little angels claim they were taken to a bar and liquored up before the shoot – something that they would never have done otherwise – and then engaged in conversation with Borat in which they disparaged women and minorities – again, something that they would never done otherwise.
This is outrageous. I mean, the sloppy sorority girls at least get a free trucker cap for their drunken antics on Girls Gone Wild. But these guys got zip. Unacceptable. If Borat had any class, he’d at least give them a complimentary green swim thong or pictures of his prostitute wife.