Guys laugh at cops for having to give back licensed weapon with no arrests
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Got some Ed Edd n Eddy vibes from this.
Laughs from 0:13 to 0:17 sound like Eddy himself
Want this gun?? It’ll only cost ya a quarter!
The real jaw-breaker
Ha, ha, dork!
Life has many doors, Ed-boy
Son of a shepherd
I'm impressed he was able to get a concealed carry permit in DC.
My exact thoughts
My second thought is he is a CI.
He a plant
You see the embarrassment on the cops faces and the anger
One dude seemed chill, the rest were pissy af
Yeah the one dude was giggling like “yeah this ones on us” then chin strap was just standing there pissed af.
Fists clenched and everything. SDE.
Can you tell me what SDE means?
Small dick energy
Same Day Export
Instead of getting in their car and leaving these clowns stood around trying to figure out how they could escalate the situation. Dude with the stupid beard with his hand on his gun, woman getting OUT of the car, they wanted something to go down for sure.
There was one of them being a good sport. He was smiling and you could obviously tell he thought it was kinda funny to. But then there was one that looked like he was about to murder all of them for laughing lol
That's embarrasament laughing
It took a Supreme Court case, then two additional lawsuits afterwards to get there. Gun laws are inherently racist.
Edit: 3 lawsuits
Fellow DC Native! I used to watch the cops harass people over by Columbia Heights (before they built it up). Good times.
Im just gonna start yelling "MACARONI" at people now, and never know why.
Just stick a feather in your cap first
I never understood that part of the lyrics so I looked it up. The song is basically making fun of Americans for being bootleg British aristocrats. "Macaroni" was basically a term for men who were very fashionable (i.e. wealthy). It involves wearing fancy wigs, gaudy shoes, tapered waists, tight pants, fancy walking sticks and etc. And the song is saying that Americans are stupid for thinking that they could be "macaroni" by just sticking a feather in their hat. The whole song is basically calling Americans rednecks.
Ironically, the term later became a negative thing, as "macaroni" were later seen as too feminine. Fashion can be fickle like that.
So are feathers in, or out?
Don't go feathers to mouth.
Completely unavoidable at times as well
That guys being awfully forward with that feather...
Well, guess im gonna invent me a fetish
feathers in. pinkies out
Do you mean bird leaf?
Thx for the etymology of the "song".
No problem. If anyone's wondering why American kids are singing it now, it's because while it started off as a song sung by British soldiers to mock American soldiers for being simpletons, Americans changed the lyrics to it to make it a song about defiance and praise for George Washington.
There's an American version?! I have to find that now
Unless you're a British soldier in 18th century, I think you've been hearing the American version. The British version had lyrics like:
> Yankee Doodle came to town,
For to buy a firelock,
We will tar and feather him,
And so we will John Hancock.
> The seventeen of June, at Break of Day,
The Rebels they supriz'd us,
With their strong Works, which they'd thrown up,
To burn the Town and drive us.
> Yankey Doodle came to town,
How do you think they serv'd him?
One took his bag, another his scrip,
The quicker for to starve him.
'Yankee Doodle' was originally a British song to make fun of Americans, during the Revolutionary War. But, after the Americans won, they played it at the British as they were heading back, in defeat, and embraced the song to "add insult to injury".
Basically Americans were saying, "Haha, you lost to these 'Yankee Doodle Dandies', so what does that make you?" or the equivalent of using a bully's exact same insult against them while they're down.
I dug up this comment, that I remembered from years ago, that has what a modern translation of the song would be like.
And the reply to it, which keeps those modern lyrics it in the same song format.
That makes the use in the video right on point. That's some historically accurate smack.
Sad to see that got so little love
While we are talking about confident men and the fashion of feathers in caps, that's where the word *panache* comes from.
I will never understand how women's fashion became so protean and cyclical whereas men's fashion devolved into very drab and boxy designs with very little variation or character. Men used to be some flossy bitches back in the day. It's a shame homophobia drummed that out of the culture. There's so much cool stuff guys miss out on. Bath bombs are another big one. I talked my brother into using a Big Blue from Lush and he called me like, "What the fuck else are girls hiding?" Though he also yelled at me for neglecting to mention there was seaweed in it. That was my bad. I should have mentioned it.
Counterpoint: We have pockets.
One of my friends would always try to drum up girls in the group to rise against the no pockets fashion. One day he bought a new pair of pants that had fake pockets and didn't realize till putting them on. Lost his fucking mind. I felt bad for laughing but damn was that shit entertaining.
I feel like “Redneck” doesn’t fit consistently. They were calling them low class which matches with current definition stereotypes of rednecks. But I feel like we associate rednecks with blue collar work. Calling someone “macaroni” more has a connotation of saying they’re “new money”, “hood rich”, a “poser”. Basically making fun of someone for not coming for the aristocracy but being successful enough for excess.
Which doesn’t really exist as an insult in America because one of the ideals is the “American dream” of being a nobody and making it(whether that’s true or not). So it’s pretty logical that early Americans wore it like a badge.
Brits: “You low class nobodies don’t come from real class even if you’re acting like you can rule”
Americans:”Thats the point, were proud of that, and reject your way of rule.”
Oh man. That killed me
Okay so urban dictionary at the bottom says its a slur Jamaicans use to describe a "stupid individual" based.
Jamaican here. Never heard this expression. Maybe it's new but a stupid individual is foo-fool (repetition for emphasis) or idiot (pronounced eediot).
One of the officers names was Maroni I don’t think this has to do with urban dictionary
The fuck you took? BIKES!
And that’s why I yell Bikes all the time
Hold. My. POCKET!
IMMA MAKE YOU SUCK MAH DICK FOR BREAKFAST!
Stop sellin' drugs!
I'm very down with that
it sounds like they're switching between Maroney and Macaroni so I think they're mocking a cop named Maroney
I thought he was calling him "Mahoney" as in the guy from Police Academy. I thought it was a bit of an old reference.
I kept hearing Pepperoni (but admittedly I’m listening at a very low volume) and couldn’t understand why they’d be saying that. Now that you’ve educated me as to the proper word, I’m still just as lost…
I also heard pepperoni; figured it was a “pigs” reference
Nevermind somebody posted the answer to this question i was wrong
Bro I really hope they are calling that group of cops **JABRONI’S** cause that’s a goddamned life dream of mine
The cop on the left looks like he was made in the character creator in Tiger Woods 05.
Chin strap Cro-Magnon man. Dude is seriously primitive looking.
Nah thats a 2k14 MyPlayer
bruh that cop has a big chin, the one with the loooong beard
Dude looks like there's a weird instagram filter morphing his face.
My mans said 🗿
Dum dum give me gum gum?
I ain't never seen two pretty best friends
Damn does that take me back
I was thinking like if a caveman got a line up
This made me laugh out loud
boi lookin like Hellboy
He looks like the alien looking dude from "Black Eyed Peas"
He had that emancipation proclamation beard.
he’s on some “fourscore and seven years ago” type shit
Looks like he's from Ron Perlman side of the family
I was gonna say, got that HellBoy chin.
For real. Dudes got a weird ass head lmao
Are we not going to mention how weird his eyes/brow looks?! Creepy ass dude.
90% uni-brow dude
Dis motherfucker over here looking like office mandrill
he looks like a fucking donky kong character
He looks like an oblivion character
That dude straight up looks like a chimpanzee.
Discount giga chad
You mean the one who's eyebrows said _ /
I was thinking why tf is there a caveman on that squad
Uh, excuse me, the real Thanos chin is the one on the manicured chinstrap cop
Mf look like Sid from toy story
Who you calling story?
Ron Perlman's love child.
That cop with the chinstrap was on edge.
Trainwrecks was jonesing for some coke.
After his August Ames video
He doesn’t look real lol. He looks like a created player from a video game and his movements look like a robot trying their best to fit in
Agitated NPC who heard gunfire but will calm down in 30 seconds even though you're standing next to him with a man portable nuke cannon.
Someone prowlin' around 'ere!
took like 1 polygon for his unibrow
Looked like he was related to an Easter Island statue
You're right, body language is always telling. Balled fist is always something to watch for when in altercations.
Chinstrap was looking antsy to have a "good story" to tell the boys down at the pub when he's off duty.
My dude looks like the Cro-Magnon Devin Booker
Chinstrap with the unibrow looks proper cromagnon
Officer Nurmagomedov staying frosty
He’s 100% going to shoot someone if he hasn’t already.
Macaroni?? Was someone saying Macaroni in the background? But yes, hilarious.
slang for stupid person
It's so funny and almost humorous that I wouldn't even be offended, just laugh at whoever called me a **macaroni**.
Like if I just called someone a börek or something.
Looool calling someone börek 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
**Hey, it's not funny you BÖREK!!** hahaha
#Fuck you ***BJÖRK***
I mean, börek is delicious...
Calling someone a cucumber though...
This just reminded me that my brother sometimes calls stupid people a cabbage lmaoo
Borek is delicious, indeed. What's your favourite type?
It was an old racist insult for Italians in Belgium... Didn't know why it was here though...
That's very strange, because "Maccarone" is a pretty popular and mild insult in the Napolitan dialect. It's a kinda benevolent way to call someone stupid and/or clumsy.
Yanky doodle went to town riding on a pony, stuck a feather in his hat and called it macaroni.
Was written by a pommy mocking seppos as stupid.
Pommy and seppo in the same sentence,are you Australian?
I mean, the only way it could have been more obvious was if you mentioned Tim Tams and VB while spreading awareness of the dangers of drop bears
See also: moroni
Maroni/Maroney was one of the cops' names and they just made it a schoolyard insult
I thought they were calling them jabronis
Old ass adult riding on the razor scooter just makes me laugh hard asf
I thought that was a lime scooter
They are lime scooters
Scooter is scooter
They are like rental scooters.
Gotta love DC
See it in my city over here in the last couple if years too. Leeds, UK.
Black Laughs Matter
Similarly, I always find it funny to see some big ass dude riding on one of those tiny ass motor bikes
Clearly the community relations efforts have made headway.
I think he was saying the cop's last name which sounded like macaroni.
turns out it's it's jamaican slang for a stupid individual. not sure how accurate it is.
It just became common in my house
sounds pretty macaroni
Lol no there was [a video](https://youtu.be/d0mUOB1lweg?t=57) a few years ago of a guy named Macaroni in JA driving a bus into a flood and disabling it, but it's not common slang whatsoever.
ah I see, yeah urban dictionary said something about macaroni being an idiot but especially a bad driver, so im guessing if it is a thing then that video is the origin. and so if the video was viral and those guys saw it maybe its a reference but it makes no sense cuz no ones driving but then it makes no sense to say macaroni at all.
“AHHHH-HAAAAA” “MACARONI !”
“AHHHH-HAAA” “STUPID BITCH!”🤣🤣🤣
Glad the cops admitted they were wrong and let the guy go without bringing a bogus charge or escalating the situation. This is how policing should work.
At least that one cop seemed to have a decent attitude about it
Please tell me this has a full version?
This has a full version.
You're a good person.
I just laughed a macaroni noodle onto my screen
That cop on the left looks like the missing link between Neanderthals and Humans!
I thought the same thing when the comment before said he had a long chin
Damn man you've got a license now get a real holster, your going to shoot your nuts off.
Edit. Yes I see that he probably has a holster. I just wanted to be able to say someone might shoot their nuts off.
Very well coulda been an appendix holster. Appendix carry is actually a very popular way to carry a firearm.
Edit: Yeah, looking back on the video you can see him looking for the opening of the holster. If he didn’t have a holster he wouldn’t have to bother.
Edit: a word.
A lot of people don't know what that is, I didn't until I opened this comment section
Obviously. Most people don't know much at all about firearms or accessories. That's why the debates over them are so skewed.
How do you know he didn't have a holster? The camera doesn't catch that part
He also clarified later he did have a holster it was just out of sight
Yeah that's exactly what it looked like to me. The way he was holding the gun looks like he was trying to reholster.
When I was a kid, a friend used to ride* windows down with 2 shoulder holsted 9mm. Black dude, dreads, big rims.. everything a cop wanted to see.
They were both legal. He used to to get pulled over all the time. Back then I didn't get it, now I do. Good on him.
Is this normal? Is there any context? From a country where this kinda thing wouldn’t happen cause of gun laws, but I feel like this is the entire point of a licence to carry? Cops checking on a person carrying a gun to see if it’s registered and the holder licenced seems to be reasonable to me?
It is reasonable if the person is behaving suspiciously, but the threshold for suspicion can be quite different
How would they know he had a gun? It looks like it was in a waistband holster under a shirt, so it would have been concealed. If he was being stopped and searched for something else then it makes sense, but what was he stopped for in the first place?
For DC, this is pretty much the norm. MACARONI!!
As funny as this is, that guys gonna shoot his dick off one of these days if he's not careful.
He could be appendix carrying. This is where I carry my firearm in a holster as well. It’s not uncommon at all.
How do you get the handle in? Every time I shove my gun up my asshole it doesn't get anywhere near my appendix
You're not shoving it hard enough.
That’s how I carry as well.
Cops who can take a L is best case scenario. Imagine if any of them had a fragile ego.
the clean shaved cop seemed to genuinely think it was funny lmao
Why does it sound like this happened in a classroom of 4th graders?
tbf the cops were pretty chill in this case.
Ngl the comments on this post rival the video itself
How is nobody saying anything about how stupid it is to laugh about that
It's the release of the frustration of consistent and constant harassment that these people have to endure on a possibly daily basis. Finally, *for once*, the police couldn't do anything. Couldn't make up anything. Couldn't plant anything. Put that guy away illegally for years, creating yet another hardened criminal from an innocent civilian.
I'm going to go ahead and reasonably assume that these cops, if not personally, then as a whole, deserved everything they got. Though I do feel it was ridiculously, unnecessarily, over the top.
"Here is your licensed weapon".
"Aaaaaaghhhhh, stupid biiitch, aaaaaaa"