The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder for January 12, 2014
Jazmine: I don't think I'm pretty. Who would want to marry me? Do you think I'm pretty, Huey? Huey: Uh huh, sure...whatever you said... Jasmine: Really!? You think I'm pretty? No one ever said I was pretty before. I guess we'll be getting married then! Huey: Whoa...what was that!? Jazmine: Oh, Huey! You're so wonderful. I'll always remember how great you are. You'll make a perfect husband. We'll play house and stuff... Huey: Excuse me!? Jazmine: But wait...you don't like playing house, do you? How can we be together if we don't share interests. Huey: Um, I'm confused. Jazmine: We're having problems, Huey. We have lifestyle differences. I don't think it's going to work out... Huey: Um, but... Jazmine: Oh well, we can still be friends. Bye!! Riley: Yo, what was that about? Huey: If it was a foreshadowing of grown-up relationships, I'd like to stay a kid for a long time...
This wouldn’t be such a problem if people (especially young girls) didn’t learn about relationships from what they see on TV