I...didnt know I couldnt do that
Excuse me, officer. I'm a little high right now.
My friend (black guy) and myself (white guy) where in Downtown Dallas on a work trip and we had hit up the bar one night and decided we wanted to score some weed. So we drunk wandered around downtown Dallas and we had a pact that he was going to keep us from getting jumped and I was going to keep us from getting arrested. Teamwork.
“Excuse me officer...no excuse me...I’m walking to my car...there be black folk in there with crack, knives and white women.”
I'm mix can I get away with half an ass whooping?
“I’m sorry, officer. I didn’t know you couldn’t do that.”
Nicolas’ hair is always iconic.
Been there. In grad school a few years back, my group of friends (2 whites, 4 Hispanics, 2 blacks, few girls of a variety of ethnicities) were hanging out with a small bonfire in the back of one of their houses. Nothing out of control.
I guess someone called the cops because suddenly one of the Hispanics goes "oh fuck!" and everyone looks around and there are now 2 cops standing in the group. They had quietly made their way into the yard and infiltrated the group. There is an immediate exchange of glances (there was a small shed we used to smoke in a few feet away) and me and the other white guy start addressing the police. After about 2 or 3 minutes we notice that the only people still outside were all the white people and the two cops. All the minorities had slowly extracted themselves from the area.
When the cops left (they gave us a warning to turn down the music) everyone thanked us for our service of distracting the police so they could sneak away and avoid a random search.
From then on I understood my role as "police negotiator/distractor" in my friends group.