The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder for June 06, 1999
Jazmine: Most people don't understand what it's like being different. Like...I once saw a yellow flower right in the middle of a bunch of red roses...Everything around it was either green or red, and here was this yellow flower. It looked lonely. That's what it's like being biracial. I'm different from everyone else. My Mom and Dad say that makes me special, but I just think it's lonely... Huey: Jazmine? Jazmine: Yes. Huey: You're black. Get over it. Jazmine: Ohhh, be quiet - Nobody was talking to you anyway. Hmmmph.