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From Wikipedia: A reclaimed word is a word in a language that was at one time a pejorative but has been brought back into acceptable usage—usually starting within the communities that experienced oppression under that word, but often also among the general populace as well. « less
Written & Directed by Mike Litzenberg & Bridge Stuart Actors: John Gammon, Jordan Laesch, Mike Litzenberg, Scott Rowan, Bridge Stuart, Katie Farrell, Esmeralda Leon, Phil Potter, Lacey Sellers Director of Photography: Daniel Ainsworth Sound: Ian Blackman & Wes Dewberry Produced by David Cronin Music by Holly Amber Church Key Grip: Dustin Muenchow Special Thanks to Robbie Quan
There's over one million of us. We're in your offices. In your bars. In your gyms. We're in your living room, kicking your ass at Madden 2010. We're at your mom's house, making her airtight. Whoa, bro! The time has come. The time has come for a change. For too long, you've told me to shut the fuck up. To calm down when you're the one with your elbow over the table. That people who are different from me matter. That laughing at my own jokes doesn't make them funnier. Well you can't hold us down, anymore. We... are douchebags. We are douchebags. We are douchebags! We've taken back the word, bitches. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines douche as a "jet of clensing solution directed against a bodily cavity." Don't think of us as disgusting. Think of us as cleansing. Like a fucking... mint. Like when your mom makes me dinner after sucking my dick. <<Brosplosion>> I just came in your face! I'm gonna keep on wearing pink. And I'm gonna keep crushing brews and slaying bitches. And you can't stop us. This is douchebag solidarity. And we're gonna get ridicucrunkulous! And what we do next... Just might shock you! We are douchebags. We are douchebags. It's not a bad word anymore. You can't hurt us anymore.