The problem is too many people lie, especially when they have been dissed and cannot find a suitable comment to defend themselves. This leads to *so and so* is dead/had been dead for so long now. This is more than likely why I stopped caring and kept going with the disses. So Aaron FTW!!!! I would also like to add that if I do get punched in the face, it means they have genuinely lost *so and so* and I am rather quick to apologise.
I thought the ‘your mom’ comments are stupid and old already. It’s overused, but apparently quite popular still. People usually who don’t have good insults revert to using ‘your mom’ as a one. Meh, whatever.
Alan is definately lying because Izzadora asks “was he fatter than your mom?” This clearly shows that Izzadora has indeed seen the mom in question. She’s just trying to figure out if it’s possible that anyone could be as fat or fatter than Alan’s mom because she’s yet to meet anyone that big. Alan felt so hurt by that comment he replied in haste. If he wouldn’t have been blinded by hurt he would have remembered that Izzadora and his mom were just at the all you can eat buffet a few weeks ago.
@tamedshrew, not neccessarily. I doubt if someone had actually seen someone’s mum who was quite fat he’d actually call attention to it as that is blatently rude. And the “your mum” joke was just trying to be funny.
lol, this reminds me of when i start “your mom” jokes at work. my coworker replies, “your DAD!” about 90% of the time and i have to keep reminding her he’s dead and then she feels bad. i think it’s quite hilarious. especially because she’ll try to run through all these other relatives that are also dead.
To be fair – fat baz whilst being quite a sizeable bastard has nothing on some of the chunks that you guys have in the states.
That bloke in Texas that had to be removed from his own house by having the wall cut out???
In comparison to him a night with Barry would be like shagging a xylophone in a bag.
Was loving this page until the shagging a xylophone in a bag bit, and now I have the phantom pain of the bruised pubis I got regularly from that rather vigorous skinny girl . . .
Ruby, I don’t know about a “decent tune”, but there was certainly a consistent 4/4 rhythm pattern to it: unf, unf, unf, ow! unf, unf, unf, ow! etc.
While svelte women tend towards a natural elegance, and are unsurpassed as a form to drape clothing gracefully upon, they do have some contraindications. I’d rather hit a moderately sized gunt than go through all that boney pummelling again.
And it’s been a while, so . . . has anyone got a number for Barry?