Showering daily is “white people thing”

I’m always amazed at cultural differences, and the one proposed by Naya Rivera is interesting, and certainly controversial.

It turns out that showering daily is white.

I had no idea, as I have smelled many white people who were having a Funk Festival, and apparently didn’t know. I’m talking many days of funk, so bad that Day 3 funk was complaining about Day 7 funk.

Generally speaking, people who don’t bathe routinely are (1) homeless, (2) lazy or (3) nasty.

 

So when Glee actress, Naya Rivera discussed her controversial theory about bathing tendency while guest-hosting The View on Tues, Jan 13, thereby condemning Hispanics to The Land of Funk, there was a revolt.

“I have to say I have a theory about showering, [which] is that I think that white people shower a lot more than ethnics,” Rivera remarked as Wallace started laughing. “I feel like showering more than once a day or every day is such a white people thing.”

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No, Naya, no! Naya Rivera shared a rather controversial theory about people’s hygienic tendencies while guest-hosting The View on Tuesday, Jan. 13, and the Internet is not reacting well to her comments.

One of her stunned co-stars chimed in: “I would like to dispute that!” while O’Donnell pointed to an audience member.

“Look, there is an African-American woman right there in a yellow shirt that is about to have a heart attack,” she remarked.

 

 

 

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