pretty sure that it was the vagina-owner doing all the hard grunt, frank. the male doctor was only there to play catcher and provide patriarchal condescension.
he probably didn’t even wash his fucking hands…
Monkeys can reproduce. Doesn’t matter who contributed the sperm or the egg, it’s who spends the next rest of their life concerned for you health, happiness and welfare.
Check all the 15 year old mothers doing crack, incidence of FAS babies, HIV positive etc.
This status is not really fake, it’s just invalid
yeah, but you can still use pretty much every racist/sexist/offensive word in the book, you just can’t spell out N1GGER (you did, didn’t you?), but, negro, negroid, nigra, porchmonkey, whore, fag, kyke, cunt, queer, gook, cocksucker, beaner, wetback, Dago, Wop, spic, ahab, chink, dune coon, gimp, jiggaboo, spook, zipperhead, and Bogan , are generally accepted…mind you, at some point this may be deleted, SOMEBODIES being deleting my shit off of here! I got your number buddy! Now knock it off before shit get cerus up in hur!
While going through spellcheck I came across niggler, didn’t think there was such a word, but here ya’ go:
niggler – someone who constantly criticizes in a petty way
LAMEBOOK IS FULL OF NIGGLERS!
There should be a space in between the 2 words “spell” and “check”.
There should be a space after an ellipsis.
An ellipsis should only be used when quoting, to indicate the end of the quote is not the end of the original statement.
Are you trying to clarify what I said, or are you just niggling so other fucks don’t have to look up the definitions. Next you’re going to tell me I shouldn’t have used all caps, right. You’d be wrong there, buddy, because I was in fact, FUCKING BEING LOUD ON PURPOSE!
so you’re not fuck-sighted, then?
cool, I had to check.
see, I’m sick of just offending everybody all the time and shit – all the haters have really phased me, ya know? -I’ve decided to only insult blind people this evening , ‘coz I figured that the fuckers will never see it.
@22 stickfigure: The period at the end of your sentence should be within the quotes, not outside.
The use of ’2′ (as opposed to ‘two’) is also incorrect. Proper usage of numbers in sentences is widely (read: narrowly) understood as: numbers that are ten and under get written out – i.e., one, two… ten. Numbers that are OVER 10 can/should be written as a number itself – i.e., 12, 13, 25… 100.
Also, I feel especially pissy today, so I’ll begin by stating the obvious (that no one else did), and that will give me some sense of accomplishment:
The page’s name is “Choke Dat Hoe” (sic).
The quote they used was about not disrespecting a woman. Huh? Huh? Get it? Get it!?
So fucking ghetto.
Thank you, stubby. I knew it needed to be said, and I feel like big brother here. You’re welcome.
Stick: Are you asking me? After “or” there should be a comma, and the period at the end (which is now within the quotation marks as it should be) should really be a question mark, eh?
But yes, you’re right in substance on the “quotes” thing.
However, do more research on “i.e.” In essence, it means “in other words.” That phrase (according to five different references for English writing) should have a comma after it.
I think it’s also important to point out that 1-800-chokedathoe is too many digits (when numbers are substituted for their corresponding letters on a touch tone phone) for the North American Numbering Plan (NANP).
I also don’t understand how one can “choke a hoe” as it is an inanimate gardening implement… unless they are referring to having too tight (i.e. a strangle-hold) grip on the hoe.
Stickyfigure: I won’t budge on the comma after i.e.
As for your comment about the please thing; if I can’t understand what you’re saying – being of somewhat sound and educated mind, and amazing body – then you need to be more clear.