While on another business trip in Thailand you decide to catch the go-go girls, and a quick Mai Tai, over at the Soi Sea Dragon.
It goes without saying you miss your wife and kids back home. But you can’t ignore the pull of your favorite 100 baht an hour lady-boy when she sidles in next to you and says,
“Hello sexy man.”
What’s a sexy man to do? First you must pay the bar fine. Then you need to get the foul taste out your lying mouth. After all, no self-respecting metrosexual would go down on little Bing with breath like that.
This is an excellent time to break out the Darkie. No, not you’re man-servant back at the hotel. Darkie’s the name of a wildly popular toothpaste found in Asian countries. You can find it all over Hong Kong, Thailand, and Taiwan.
(We’re not sure if the dentally challenged folks on mainland China have started using it yet. They may still be brushing with Commie.)
For years, Darkie, the wildly racist toothpaste of Colgate-Palmolive, was a big hit in white America. But thanks to
the NAACP changing sensibilities, the proud Darkie name and picture were changed. White America has lost Aunt Jemima, Rastus, the Cream of Wheat guy, and now their beloved Darkie.
The good news? You can still find Darkie in Thailand. Only it’s called Darlie. They only change one letter. So ask Bing to pick you up a case on her way home from work.
On the net - Wikipedia