Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Maybe Baby

Maybe Baby

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  1. there are so many things wrong with this.

  2. WTF

  3. WTF? What is “home training?”

  4. Maybe she could fake her un-death.

  5. rock-solid plan.

  6. I submitted this. Unfortunately they left out the part where she explains herself to her shocked boyfriend with the sentence: “BAM! Droppin juice bombs all over the place!” which is what I’m going to punctuate my sentences with from now on.

  7. this was hysterical. Oh my god.. shes my favorite. I love her.

    word, your comment only made it 10 times better.

  8. I have a friend that said she was going to get pregnant to trap her ex bf…not too smart.

  9. Lamebook, restoring my faith in humanity

  10. Candy Blackmail

    Home training in what, I wonder…Redneck 101?

  11. This happened to me before…

  12. This seems counter-intuitive to me… doesn’t pregnancy make a lot of men run the other way? Especially if they have broken up with you because they don’t want you.

  13. this is why women should stop watching y&r, bold & beautiful, passions, etc… faking pregnancy…damn

  14. i wish i’d read this one before i read jay’s comment on the last entry.

    “BAM!! Droppin juice bombs all over the place!” has so much more meaning now.

    damn my reading Lamebook out of order.

  15. OK, I give. What’s a juice bomb?

  16. I’m just curious- how do you guys find this stuff to submit? Do you seek it out, or just stumble across it?

  17. It was just sitting there on my news feed. I guess the best way to find stuff is to have retarded friends.

  18. Faking a pregnancy is so 20th century.

  19. More than anything this is just a disgusting example of the dehumanizing element that our advances in technology have bestowed upon us. Whereas in the past, we would communicate with the people that we care about in a face-to-face manner, one in which such important aspects of communication like non-verbals can be analyzed; nowadays we are content to write a text message, either through SMS or more modernly on a website that is privy to other friends and families. Even voice mail which at least provides a voice to our sentiments, is still coldly impersonal in comparison to the touch and feel of another person. Non-verbal cues are 75% of communication and we are slowly losing this ability. Get out there in the world, and look at each other and know what we are saying with our bodies.

  20. Chairman Mao, please go away.

  21. More than anything this is just a disgusting example of the dehumanizing element that our advances in technology have bestowed upon us. Whereas in the past, we would communicate with the people that we care about in a face-to-face manner, one in which such important aspects of communication like non-verbals can be analyzed; nowadays we are content to write a text message, either through SMS or more modernly on a website that is privy to other friends and families. Even voice mail which at least provides a voice to our sentiments, is still coldly impersonal in comparison to the touch and feel of another person. Non-verbal cues are 75% of communication and we are slowly losing this ability. Get out there in the world, and look at each other and know what we are saying with our bodies.

    BAM! Droppin’ juice bombs all over the place!

  22. I love you, word.
    By the way, as a biologist, I must add that “lysis” is just about one of those worst things to name anyone.

  23. The relationship was Lysed by Lysis!!!

  24. A girl I know did this to her boyfriend recently. Kinda sad.

    word FTW

  25. chairman mao… jeebus, ease up. it’s a funny entertainment site, we don’t need endless social commentary.

  26. Her name is actually Rebecca. For some reason she and the majority of her friends seem to have made up silly facebook names; unless of course her boyfriend’s parents really passed on that beloved family name “Dramaisbackinstyle”

  27. Why is no one aware that Chariman Mao is not srs. Please don’t stop posting, Mao!!!

  28. somewhereunderthesun

    Home training must be a birth control stuff which indian people used to use in 40s.

  29. What did she think this would achieve?

    Dear Lysis,
    I forgive you. Let’s get back together.
    Don

  30. As written by the most eloquent of poets, 2 Live Crew, to wit:

    Hoochie hoodrat needs home training
    Ghetto-ass always complaining
    Tryin to clown in front of my friends
    By the way, bitch, can I get those ends?

  31. I haven’t had “home training” either (as far as I know) but I know not to fake a pregnancy.

    Who the hell is named after the process of breaking down a cell?

  32. She isn’t called Lysis, she’s called Iysis – a misspelling of Isis

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