Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Not So Tight Type

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18 Comments

  1. Alejandra is fat.

  2. Alejandra, what’s with the look on your face that makes you look like a busted ass? Don’t tell me. You looked in the mirror and saw how tragic your tits look in that thing you’re almost wearing.

  3. Black English? What a fucking idiot.

    It’s called Ebonics.

  4. Glad I’m not the only one who always thought that “Life is a Highway” song had homoerotic undertones.

  5. boomstick you made my day :)

  6. Tofu – same here. “if you’re going my way, I’m gonna drive it all night long”… really?

  7. Chili in bed got my attention. I’ve had that pleasure. Only it was unintentional. And messy. Come to think of it, I wasn’t in bed. Nor was I near any toilet. Foochi.

  8. fact: all songs from the 80′s and 90′s have homosexual undertones

  9. it’s true: the gays brokered a power-sharing agreement with the zionist freemasons back in 1981. they got control of global politics, the press and the economy; we got to regulate the top 40 charts, menswear and children’s literature.

  10. I definitely read “aples” as “apes” and it was way funnier that way.

  11. Dukey Smoothy Buns

    Even Alejandra herself is disgusted by her own saggy tits.

  12. @9
    They obviously got the short end of that stick…no pun intended.

  13. So life isn’t a hard on?? Do tell.

  14. is alejandra kidding? she oughta be on http://srslysorry.com

  15. Life is a Hard On…. It fluctuates between being uncomfortable and pleasurable but eventually it leaves with a bang.

    orrrrrrr

    Life is a Hard On…. If you take a good grip of it you will be rewarded…. with a face full of spunk.

  16. @3
    Black English, Ebonics, African American vernacular English.. Tons of names for it. Jacquia needs to get over it, because that is a legitimate topic for literature classes.

  17. @16
    I live in the South and I hear LOTS of white southerners talk like that. Mostly the rednecks. So I could say it’s redneck vernacular as well.
    They call it ebonics b/c it doesn’t pick on a particular race it’s just proper to say ebonics b/c it’s not only African Americans or black people that speak that way.

  18. ebon/ebony = black.

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