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Being offended is not a skill or talent. Too many young people almost use being offended as a way to make friends and impress people.
the truest set of words to date
"Stop typing" lol
@Mr. Fantastic Did you just say water? I’m 70 percent water and I don’t appreciate your comment including it in this.
Hey true fact but did anyone tell you there is only 1 slim shady
I'm a Ghanaian, have been living in Africa all my life, and that black gay joke is hilarious, damn it America, you're killing everything.
woke is ruining everything, but ya i hear you man...
Omg dude it's insane how everyone is so offended by absolutely everything it's killing me!
Halfway through this I went and watched your whole set. If you did that in Australia we would all be laughing our heads off. My male American friends told me what American youth is like and frankly...its ridiculous how everything is offensive and they are all victims. I thought your set was hilarious.
@Bearded Jagger I'm the one who posted and I kinda agree bahaha...it depends on where in Australia too. Cities...yeah you are pretty much right aha
Well this post hasn't aged well. Australia has become one of the most authoritarian countries in the world. RIP
Girl bye. Im liberal af and thought the joke was hilarious, you want your cookie?
Australia is way worse
nah. this is true on liberal Australia campuses too. Censoring what is said on those types of campuses is just par for the course, regardless of country.
Columbia University are known for this sort of thing. Back in the 80s they kicked out three of their finest parapsychology professors. Those guys ended up saving the city from a giant marshmallow man.
Tell him about the Twinkie, Ray.
Had me in the first half, not gonna lie.
Damn I got mind-whiplashed from this comment
I love everything about this comment
“There’s no such thing as an appropriate joke” -Michael Scott
"Ryan started the fire" - Dwight K Shrute
I think that was Wayne Gretzky who said that ..
There are no rules in love and war... and comedy. Lol
"People get addicted to feeling offended all the time because it gives them a high; being self-righteous and morally superior feels good." - Mark Manson described it perfectly...
Very well described
@jmwild1i mean the churches run off donations and that’s how pastors get paid. some of them A LOT
@jmwild1 yeah i used to go to christian churches as a kid every sunday and the whole religion and the extreme believers are extremely suspect
Feeling fear is another one ..chronic worrier 😬
Hey Go join the military. You can be everyone's enemy. Lol!
Gets kicked off set... ends up on the largest podcast on earth... RESPECT!!!
He came from SNL. I think he already made it.
"These are children who are engaging in recreational outrage." Social justice warriors in a nutshell.
"Recreational outrage" my new favorite phrase. Thank you
Paradox here is that Patel was "cancelled" for being "social justice Warrior." It was putting light on the struggles of being black and gay and that was what they felt offended abut. Though I like his last comment that in his experience this type f being offended is the exception as he had done many gigs with jokes lie this and this was first time he experienced this level.
It’s so sad too!!!!
Not all of us
“Children engaging in recreational outrage...” Good shit, Joe
He didn't come up with that phrase.
Yes, great line lmao
This is exactly right! Perfect characterization: ‘Recreational Outrage’. Exactly what it is!
So many real things to be outraged about. People are starving to death when we have plenty of food globally, but by all means, use all your energy up on spoking about a random guys joke.
He’s right, how is this generation going to handle REAL life issues when everything triggers them.
Let them learn the hard way.
thats actually a good joke. Cant wait to see it in an upcoming amy schumer special
She has the body, face, and voice for literature.
I don't even know how some of y'all could unironically defend that woman xD
Texas girl here: What he said is 100% true, at least in Texas. Everyone I’ve grown up around has been hackled by their family/friends so much and so intensely that whatever a comedian says is more than likely not going to be offensive. Making fun of someone is a skill and most Texans have already done their learning. 😂
@AnupamDMoran AdM Awww! That was wholesome! 😊💛 I’m glad you have someone like that in your life!
My best buddy with whom I grew up and went to school together are still in touch despite living busy lives in two different far off cities in India. We converse at least once every week and most of our conversation is meaningless shit overloaded with mutual hackling. The week just doesn't feel complete without that roasty conversation.
Same with Boston. Insulting friends and family is how we show affection. Offensive comedy usually makes me laugh the most cause it’s unexpected.
Good point about being hired at the whim of Children and how Columbia would be different than TX, AL, etc. A lot of kids at Columbia were raised with the express purpose of going to an Ivy League school. They go to prep schools and do all these extra curriculars that are planned for them down to the minute by overbearing parents. Yet people look up to these students as the best and brightest of a generation when they were groomed for this exact purpose. They have very little real life experience and are dropped in this giant melting pot of NYC and suddenly have to cope outside of their protected bubble.
He had some good material in his set. Thank you to the girls that ended the set early for making this guy go viral and putting him on the map
Can listen to him all day. Thanks for sharing your experiences so graciously Another phenomenal guest! Thanks JRE!
Being black or gay isn't a choice but being offended certainly is.
I'll say this.. there are influences..... But, butt! .........
@ApparentlyTheStorm uh actually we are born to be straight and reproduce
@ApparentlyTheStorm well actually there was a massive study released by PBS with the conclusion that there is no gay gene indirectly saying that its a choice plus what is so wrong about it being a choice because by saying its not a choice your kind of saying that its bad or a bad choice
I think you have to recognize that when you're doing a comedy sketch at a college your audience is the most privileged part of society. Especially if it is an Ivy League school. Privileged people are usually protected people.
No they aren’t protected. Most Ivy League students don’t care. The ones that do care have something called a moral superiority complex.
"I dont need escort from you tiny person" I love this guy. People are way too sensitive, comedy is going in the sh*tter.
His voice is amazing... he should do audio book readings.
@Jason Corning I like what you did there lol
@Jason Corning 🤣🤣🤣🤣
yeah he should find a career where he speaks for money
Joe hit the nail on the head. The children were out engaging in recreational outrage.
Privileged college students calling a comedian entitled... Yikes.
Stand-up comedy: peak entitlement. Can't pay the rent or eat? Entitlement.
Imagine that - the Indian comedian dude displayed white privilege so he is asked to leave. Got it.
@Bryan G Asian not white
Im convinced this is more of a "higher education" thing than a young people thing. I saw a lot of this when i was going to school and kept noticing that its like a weird generation of middle aged school administrators doing shit like this. I always wonder if the students would really care if schools didn't have that sensitive a culture
It's a middle-class kid thing.
“Children engaging in recreational outrage” - well said! Hats off to Nimish for processing this event with such equanimity
Very odd they didn't put the comedians name in the title or even the description. He's called Nimesh Patel
@anaaya Mil that was clearly a joke Jamie hates Italians
It was odds on his surname would be Patel.... either that or Chapati.
@Hunt-fish-mine-gather huh? he's literally indian lol
Thanks for that
When comedians are under attack for what they say on stage, our freedom of speech is in jeopardy.
The offensive jokes are always the funniest especially the ones that hit me personally...those ones are the best ones
maybe but also the joke that he said was probably the wokest shit to say. those kids just misunderstood the joke and jumped to conclusions.
I agree…. People need to lighten up!!!
Being funny, making people laugh, and even having a sense of humor in the first place is a sign of intelligence. Just sayin, lol
i came here after seeing the clip and i have to say i love this guy. he handled it perfectly. what he said at the end about insulating yourself is so true
"When you have no problems to worry about, you create them"
So true! 🙌🏽
I’m not gonna lie, this man has a great sounding voice
He reminds me of the guy from XCOM 2.
Not going to lie, only 1 slim shady
Good audiobook narrator voice
When society can't take jokes, it fails
I'm embarrassed by some parts of the to younger generations; few years back we had 17-20 years old going to war in a living hell.
I wish they’d start the draft again.
some parts?? more than some.
These students don’t understand jokes at all. Imagine taking that brick joke seriously 😭 It’s always a “pocket” of people that make their voice louder even tho they are the smaller group. Them trying to escort him out seems more offensive (literally trying to make him into a threat) than anything he said.
I've come to the conclusion that people that inherit offense for others usually are or have been guilty of similar offenses. Also, it's offensive to assume it's offensive to speak on others' behalf as thought they can't speak for themselves - especially when there's no evidence of offense. Which these girls jumped the gun and did. That in itself is counterproductive to whatever cause they're trying to represent. But it is okay to defend alongside them. I watched the video and it's obvious the result was due to the sensitivity narrative in colleges/universities today. The silence and low volume laughter was seemingly because they weren't sure if they would be judged for laughing at a comedy bit - which is the sad truth of the "incident".
I thought "the tech has to go" meant the indian guy needs to leave.
That's a pretty good joke lmao 😂. Also appreciate the guest not jumping for the conservative fear mongering tactics like this whole culture war shit is actually real
*I’ve actually voiced a similar opinion when my nephew came out to our family. Why would anyone choose to live in fear and secrecy their entire lives? Why pick to be something that is guaranteed to bring extra rejection, sadness and pain into your life? NO SANE PERSON WOULD!* 🤷🏻♀️
Indians are my all time favorite people. I worked and communicated with pretty much all ethnicities and races and the Indians for most of their part are simply the best. On top of all good qualities Indians possess, Indian food is absolutely superior to any other food.
@Dimitar Donev I'm Indian but prefer Lebanese food, cause Indian food is too spicy for me lol.
@HR Pufnstuff hey, Mexican food is great too, comes in third place on my list, just few points behind the Korean food.
@Kshitiz oh I’m sorry, did I offend you? Did I hurt your wittle feewings? 😂
That's Racist af
@Revz8bit 😬 I knew someone would catch me on that. You’re right. I just think it’s way more tasty 😋
"I don't think you're entitled to make that joke." "Really, I don't think you're entitled to draw that conclusion."
The joke was basically 1. Being black is tough 2. Being gay is tough 3. Nobody chooses to be gay ... and they took EXTREME offense to that. Wow.
Bruh this is very PC of him…and he bombed it? Maaaan that shit’s funny what the hell is this world coming to?
LIFE is hard
Probably the reason they felt offended was having it pointed out that "nobody would choose increased hardship", because they are neither black nor gay and are both privileged and entitled, so it erodes their sense of entitlement when it is pointed out to them that some people have lives of hardship that they do not choose. @Joe M ""Its more: 1. Being black is tough 2. Being gay is tough 3. Nobody would choose increased hardship Subtle difference but that is he difference between writing a joke that bombs (because people don’t understand the premise) and writing a good joke.""
All they know is that you can't talk about certain topics that they control the narrative on. Humour suppression is probably the most common tactic of authoritarians.
You cant expect a generation that grew up virtually to even leave the house and not have problems with anything or everyone.
Nimesh is awesome, the PC culture is honestly out of control and Joe’s comment about college kids power tripping is so true.
I love how people honestly think a minority joking is being racist lmfao
Those kids at Columbia are just soft. That joke was funny!! If they had actually listened to it, they would've realized that it was highlighting two serious issues that we have in our society
As a stand up comedian. Stand up comedy is offensive. We say thing other people can’t or scared to say it... everybody so offended now days
I'm going to your channel now. There better be some stand-up videos and they better be good.
whats up my guy.?
That Guy Oh ok I see what you're talking about now.
@Lord Papeles AndrewConn of course.
I would’ve laughed so hard at that joke only cause of how silent everybody was😭🤣🤣
One of the greatest gifts is to be able to laugh at yourself. Humor is a tool to help get through life. Some snowflakes are going to be so miserable living decades without good humor PEACE
Sometimes privilege shelters you from the real world in an anti-progressive way.
I find that the people who act like this are typically incredibly sheltered, privileged, and basic. And honestly, this generation is the least fun ever.
You could tell this comedian is still upset about what happened, and rightfully so. Truth be told, we are unfortunately living in an era where everything is just too serious. Comedy is in a weird spot right now.
@Matthew Castillo ok who asked?
It's because of the peace we live in. We have the privilege of nit picking.
Comedy is constantly evolving. George Carlin got arrested for a bit he did.
If a random jokes offends you or hurts your feelings how can you enjoy comedy at all? If a 10yr old girl would be offended by that I would understand.
He’s right about it being a vocal minority. It’s always like that. The loudest people are heard the most but aren’t representative of everyone
Lol... Imagine being thrown off the stage for a joke, at a Stand-up Comedy Show... 😂
One can only hope that these college kids grow up, get a real job, start paying bills and realise life is way more than just getting offended at jokes.
Just because you’re offended, doesn’t mean you’re right *Ricky Gervais*
Schmidt Plays ye its like a really childish way of reacting, if something is true but u dont like it u go into deffense, that you need to overcome which isnt always easy but truth hurts sometimes
@casey Hunting to control a population is almost always bullshit. It's either ineffectual or just cover. Proper population control must be done as a full on cull under the guidance of a qualified biologist.
Greatest quote ever
What's comedians name?
Just because it’s a joke doesn’t make it right - me
When people who get offended over every little thing for other people end up calling it “emotional maturity” ... that what being delusional looks like👀🤷🏽♂️
Turn it around on them. Make the argument that they’re offending you by doing what they do. Somehow these kids need to understand the world for what it is and get a grip on reality.
This is the way university works. You have most students spending their days perusing their majors and working extracurricular activities such as sports, internships, and projects. Recently we've seen an integration of political sciences into universities. These majors focus on full time political indoctrination and activism. At my university the head of this department literally had a picture of Karl Marx on his office wall. It is no secret what political ideology is being taught. So you have these kids that are taught 24/7 the marxist viewpoint that the entire world is only a power game and that its a right of the "oppressed" to exert power back anyway they can and establish "a dictatorship of the proletariat". These students then use their endless time and college funding to create campaigns aimed at exerting power. This includes going after low level college administrators and performers. Its almost like practice activism much like the professor student projects in the STEM fields. Because this small group of radicals have all the time and resources, they can act as if they are the majority and force the universities to bend to their ideology. This same model is then applied to real protests in the real world. This is why nearly all leftwing protests are staged at universities. Just like you have students spending years of full time work towards skills like Nursing, Science, marketing, ect. you now have students participating in complete 24/7 political indoctrination. No one can participate in this and come out sane. This is why you see ANTIFA violently attacking random people and leftist protesters incoherently screaming in the middle of public squares. People look at these revolutionaries as kind of a joke, but make no mistake as these kids grow up and take positions of power they will not hesitate to exert their insane ideology over you and your family.
He handled it flawlessly though
Man, these softcore kids are in for a rough time when they get out of college.
They will have a nice cubicle somewhere......
Oh no they aren't. This culture has invaded most jobs in the u.s.
Throw them into a group of tradesmen, they'll sort em out
The brats who came to take him off were smirking and smiling. If you are genuinely offended you wouldn't do that.
The lesson to be learned here is that when you perform for a college get paid up front.
“Recreational outrage.” Hits the nail on the head.
Never heard or seen this guy ever and he’s only talking about the joke and I spat my tea out laughing in two minutes.!!!
someone filmed the actual event on stage and it's exactly how he described it and people are exactly how he described them.
In Italy, we have a joke about a black guy who goes to a newspaper stand and asks for a gay porn magazine: the clerk looks at him in the eyes and yells at him: “what is your problem? Being black was not enough for you?“ Different joke, different countries, but we all think the same.
@a deisinger ok?
@Rational Thought have you ever been to Italy dude?
@yellowjello This Reply Might've Been Deleted But Have You Heard The Term "Ma-Ya-Te?" It Seems Pretty Common Around Here.
@Red true, true. Usually where you are from there is a lot of slang anyways. I've heard people around my community refer to people of colour as "morados" or "moraditos"
@yellowjello I Dont Think We Have A Spanish Word For African Americans. Maybe "Afro Americanos" But "Negros" Is The Most Common. Ive Never Heard A Native Spanish Speaker Say "Afro Americanos"
i remember seeing this video while i was applying to Columbia last year and being turned off from the school. fast forward now i go to ucla and it's even worse than i expected.
"Children engaging in recreational outrage". Truth!
College kids don't realize how "safe" those campus environments are until they eventually leave and experience what the real world is like. They're going to meet people who are going to make comments like that and they're not going to have a student body or college committee to use as support.
“Recreational outrage”. Perfect description of a generation.
"respect strong women" while taking offense. If you're offended by everything, are you really that strong?
Kill it brother strong means... From what I remember in elementary fucking school Sticks and Stones don't break my bones
@Dr.Incognito That's exactly what I was trying to say.
Dr.Incognito The fuck are you on about ? The analogy works perfectly fine lmao
“Recreational outrage”. Perfect way to describe the young intersectional crowd.
I consider myself sort of a feminist, but I still think you're hilarious. But I interpret feminism from a Xennial perspective. These *little girls* have no problem saying "no", but can't handle being told "no"...
Nimesh Patel is such a great comedian, that whole situation was so weird
He should start a comedian podcast. Hes got the vocals ladies and gentlemen
"I coulda Bill Burr Philadelphia'd the whole thing" is such a great reference
« I could have » Yup, everybody could have done everything
@Liam Gallagher lol are you from philadelphia?
In the end it was a very loud minority who spoiled it for those who really appreciate good comedy. Well... screw all of them, for not standing up.
Brilliant and im not even USA based
Except let's not forget you gotta be billy ol' Burr to Pull something that legendary off
Going to one of his shows is on my bucket list now.
"Kids participating in recreational outrage." This is the truest thing I've heard today. :)
My college was terrible. It was really small and there was a class for gender studies that had nothing to study because there is no biology behind it so they would sit and discuss their triggers all day. They took down the Canadian and provincial flag from out pole and just threw it on the ground to put up a pride flag. If anyone ever mentioned their dad , they would attack them and say that they should give their mom more support. One girl who’s family I know personally I even heard saying that her mom is her dad too and that her dad doesn’t do shit but her mom doesn’t even work and they stay in a house that their dad pays for and they use his bank account for everything while he is away working and staying in a small apartment so his family has a good life. The flags being taken down hurt me a lot because I had recently lost my cousin to suicide who spent a lot of time over seas with the Canadian military. Schools are getting worse and worse and it’s terrible because it’s either you’re popular or you share their views , the others have to hide in a corner to try and avoid being ganged up on for a belief or how they were raised.
"You're not entitled to make that joke" Height of hypocrisy **sigh** !
This guy looks like he would make a killer Bollywood Sylvester Stallone
Lookup bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor he looks like stallone
Oh shit he sounds like him too
@IndiaRocks come on man GIMME A CHANCE
I’ve seen clips from this interview, but only got recommended his work in em the past couple weeks. This guy is highly underrated.
Damn, Im glad I wasnt at his show for that first joke when no one laughed. I would of been dying. lol
The issue with my generation and with the people I go to Uni with, is that they don't understand humour is not meant to be sensitive, humour is meant to be uncouth and insensitive because that's when it cuts deep and can be taken as a joke, rather than the sad situation that it may well be.
Also their lack of understanding of humour is not reflective of Joe's comment of a lack of life experience, that's not the issue. The issue is a narrative that humour can't and shouldn't be offensive, that it should just be witty and make people feel good and encompass all these virtuous things, but that just doesn't work so you get a situation where you bomb on stage in front of some annoying college kids.
It must be so hard to be a comedian today.
“There’s no such thing as an appropriate joke, that’s why it’s called a joke”-Michael Scott
Rare wisdom from Michael 😂
@Cannabis Country i agree it gives context but it also adds irony... They are not mutually exclusive, especially in that statement. And their are plenty of appropriate jokes, they key to comedy is randomness not being offensive.
@Probably Not a Big Toe there's no irony in that statement. His character in the show has only gives context to the quote, it doesn't add irony.
We can all learn a thing or two from Michael Scott
@Tiago There's a lot of leaps in logic there... For context I'm all about offensive jokes but to say that all jokes are about things unaccepted by society is wrong.
Can you imagine the future Karen videos when these children hit the real world lol
That’s a scary thought lol!
I used to do stand up and the only show i didnt like was at a college n this video speaks to that💯💯
i've heard that joke before and it's hilarious.
Imagine inviting a comedian to kick him off stage when he’s being funny
Why go and see a comedian if your so easily offended
Harry Green because their life is miserable and they want to make everyone else's life miserable. I'd be kicking people out for shit like that.
I reckon they get off on getting offended, mutant mongs lol
@Great Saiyaguy Hit the nail right on the head.
People look for things to get mad about nowadays
I saw that set. That Joke was brilliant! Love Nimesh Patel. Pretty cool of Joe to have him on the show
I’m a right wing extremist and I find this guy exactly what I love about America.
"They are children who are engaging in recreational outrage". Spot. On.
“The tech has to go.” Yo, did you just call the Indian dude a tech?
Someone should have said that....would have been the most hysterical thing to have happened
"The gay black joke was offensive" tells me none of the three girls were gay or black. That's what Im guessing.
its wild because the joke is actually in line with the average uni students beliefs. Being black is hard, being gay is hard, and being gay isnt a choice. These upset children have no coping skills.
They were asian
I'm a 47 year old straight man and I would let this guy tuck me into bed and read me a bedtime story! lol
No limits to comedy! It's obvious the "entertainment" committee at Columbia did not do THEIR homework!
You should never have to be “entitled” to tell a joke. God i wish Bill Burr was there with him he woulda massacred the crowd lmao
“Recreational outrage”, is a great phrase.
The girl that boo’d definitely runs an astrology blog
@Ryan K if it’s real I’m sure you have physical evidence and can tell the future accurately 99.9% of the time? If not hate to break it to you but it isn’t real
@OldWtBoomer astrology. Not gastronomy.
Capricorn’s are crazy
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