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Go Ahead, Call Me Fredo One More Time!

by | Aug 14, 2019 | Opinion

Go Ahead, Call Me Fredo One More Time!

by | Aug 14, 2019 | Opinion

All day I’m seeing people saying that ‘Fredo’ isn’t the ‘N Word’ for Italians.

I disagree.

Sure, to the rest of society, and in the big picture…no, it’s not the N Word. But to Italians?

I said it before here, and I’ll say it again: There is no group that I can think of that take their heritage more seriously than Italians.

These motherfuckers will want to fight you if you simply aren’t impressed by their sauce/gravy.

“You take that back right fuckin’ now! That’s my grandmother’s recipe, may she rest in peace! That woman was a saint that walked this Earth, you fuckin’ desgraciada!”

Hell, you could find yourself in a tense situation just for calling their ‘gravy’…sauce.

Talk shit about Sinatra to Italians.

Say something about the Blessed Mother Mary….she wasn’t even a Dago, but their mothers have statues all over the house, and you insulting the Blessed Mother Mary is the same as calling their mother a jerkoff.

And when you think of Birdman telling Charlamagne to ‘Put respeck on my name!”, and how all the ‘gangstas’ demand you respect them, know where that shit came from.

Italians.

Italians were the first to demand that you speak with respect, and act like a gentleman. If not, there would be an….’unfortunate situation on this day’.

See…even whoopin’ the shit out of you had to be described in a respectful way.

And make no mistake about it…there is NO greater sign of disrespect than likening an Italian to the quintessential example of worminess, idiocy, and betrayal to the family, than goddamn Fredo Corleone.

This McDago is leaving this shit to the Italians….only THEY get to say what Fredo means to them, and in my experience…it’s fighting words.

Joe McCabe

Joe McCabe

Opinionated Irish Guy

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