CultureMap's Two Sh*t People Say Videos: What Say You?

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I'm pretty sure I speak for just about everyone when I say the sh*t people say videos have gotten not only annoying, but ridiculous. I swear, any day now someone will come out with "Sh*t people born in Texas but raised in New York by adoptive parents with a stay-at-home mom and an accountant dad who works for a small firm in midtown who now live in California with their vegan dog say" video.

I'm not sure if it is a testament to the popularity of viral videos or the fact that most of us have WAY too much time on our hands, but this sh*t has gone on way too long. For Houstonians, we seemed to steer clear of the fray until CultureMap put out its "Sh*t Houstonians Say" last week (or two years ago in Internet time).

They followed this week with "Sh*t Socialites Say" featuring Shelby Hodge because God knows what we want to be known for here in Houston is socialites...and Shelby Hodge.

But, we leave it to you, commenters of the Internet, to have your say on these videos. Tell us what you think. Do they suck? Are they accurate? Do you care?

Answer us!

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