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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by BamaNug, Apr 23, 2015.
I do this to my wife all the time on songs to this day. She doesn't really listen to lyrics at all. Like Lips of an Angel. Ruined that one for her in 2 sentences.
Yep, had no idea about this one either. I regularly use "just call a spade a spade" or some other variation. Have probably used in when arguing to a Judge before.
You should never argue with a crazy ma ma ma mama you oughta know by now
When I was 5 or 6, I thought references to guerrilla warfare on the news were talking about a Planet of the Apes sequel.
nirvana - "about a girl"
...take advantage while, you hang me after trial
Yep, totally thought that was referring to cards and when you are bluffing a hand and instead just be honest and call it what it is.
Fuck, I didn't know "a spade a spade" was racist.
This is so mind bottling. Bottling.
If serious, how could you not?
one time bobfather posted something about hard working americans and called them "fruit of the earth" kind of people
the phrase is salt of the earth
i too thought the spade one had to do with cards
From tombstone. Val kilmers famous line. I always though he says I'm your huckleberry but he actually says I'm your huckle bearer which means basically pall bearer. In hindsight that makes a lot more sense
wait what? i'm pretty sure he does say huckleberry
I'd imagine a majority of the US population has absolutely no idea that the phrase is racist
If this is true, I'm going to need a moment
I don't know how I could have possibly known it was. I don't even know if my black friends I grew up with did either. Granted I don't know if I have ever said it around a black person, but if I did no one ever called me out on it being racist.
Jimi Hendrix - excuse me while I kiss this guy
So you incorrectly corrected a phrase you had correct in the what phrase did you have incorrect thread. Classic dick butt .
You crackers will do anything to stick your head in the sand to hide from your blatant racism.
In middle school that song "Here Come the Hotstepper" was out and I told my friend the words were "I'm the leprechaun gangster" and he told the whole school and they relentlessly mocked me and called me leprechaun gangster
Mine does this too. "Don't kick a gift horse in the mouth!"
One time there was a thread on here about "Britta'ing" people's memories, and I thought it had to do with a water filter because I don't watch the show that character is from.
The phrase is not racist.
I always wondered why the fuck he was on about wanting to leave Bennigans.
That's still very solid advice.
"That's really rocking the cradle"
And you couldn't tell the younger me that these bastards weren't yellin' out 'TOOOOOOOOONNNNNNNNYYYYYYYYY HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWK, TOOOOOOOONYYYYYYYYYY HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWKKKKKKKKKKK, TONNNNNNNNNNY HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWKKK!!!'
When I first booted this bastard up on the Psx, mate. Second only to Goldfinger's Superman for songs that make you instantly want to play Tony Hawk games when you hear 'em.
How many bottles of wine did he go through to come up with this?
Unsealed on a porch a letter sat.
Then you said, "I wanna leave it again."
Once I saw her on a beach of weathered sand.
And on the sand I wanna leave it again. Yeah.
On a weekend I wanna wish it all away, yeah.
And they called and I said that "I want what I said" and then I call out again.
And the reason oughta' leave her calm, I know.
I said "I know what I was the boxer or the bag."
Ah yeah, can you see them out on the porch? Yeah, but they don't wave.
I see them round the front way. Yeah.
And I know, and I know I don't want to stay.
Make me cry...
I see... Oh I don't know why there's something else.
I wanna drum it all away...
Oh, I said, "I don't, I don't know whether I was the boxer or the bag."
I see "britta" used on TMB all the time and have no idea what it means.
On a somewhat related topic, this is probably my most embarrassing moment from grade school. Pretty sure I've posted it here before, but it was likely lost in the crash.
Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood, the comedy with the Waynes Bros that everyone loved in the 90s. In grade school we were all obsessed with and everyone thought we were badasses for watching it.
The part where the main character is fucking Shaniqua, the main chick, and he goes, "damn girl, you tight." She then responds, "wrong hole, fool."
We were all talking about the scene, and a naive BamaNug just blurts out, "what an idiot, I can't believe he stuck it in her belly button!"
The laughter still haunts me to this day.
From the show Community, basically to fuck something up by doing it the worst way possible. Also you're probably not aware that you fucked it up.
Not you but the individual who just "Brittaed " something.
"Calling a spade a spade" = "calling it like it is" = "calling it how I see it" imo
My brother thought this was "We're German"
Very Stupid Fishes
"On a seagull...on a bunch offff gliiiiteeeerrr, then I said...I wanna leeaaave Beeennnigaaaaannnns.."
Is what I always thought he said but didn't care much to look up the lyrics since It's just an awesome song all around, that and Hold on. Fuck, that entire first disc of the Lost Dog tapes is just golden, but I must admit, he had been sauced on somethin' pretty good to go on rambling about shite like that but I'm glad as fuck he did.
my buddy thought the saying was "the ghost is clear"
Always thought it was leprechaun gangster as well. Still don't know what it is.
It's lyrical gangster. I do remember... I think
A friend asked me earlier for a Bull part figure
Of what something cost
"Every time you go...away,
You take a piece if meeeeaaat with you."
Kinda grossed out little boy marcus and thought the lady was eating Mr. Young a little bit at a time.
"Hold me closer, Tony Danza"
I never thought it was this, but heard my friend sing it once and now I hear it.
MY POO HOLE ACHES, WITH EVERY STEP YOU TAKE
I'm blue and I would beat off a guy and I would beeeeaat off a guy
This really rattled me. I have been just staring my computer screen for 2 minutes in shock.
I grew up thinking Hootie was saying " I got head from you" in actuality he was saying " I got a hand for you".