You say "run-on sentence" like it's a bad thing.
A note to my neighbors circa 1984:If you heard me as a child refer to a similar bad black man, I meant B.A. Baracus of the A-Team. Also, his first name was Bad, as in Bad Attitude, so it wasn't racist at all, it was just proper nomenclature.
OK - I'll trust you on this one.
Phew! Very relieved!
Good thing! I mean, you wouldn't want someone to mistake him for Republican!
Pistols--I love it when a comment comes together. Mathman--thanksenc--duly notedFran--he also talks about the bad white men (Storm Troopers of course)Dcup--bite your tongue
Ha ha haha. Mr. T. could so kick Darth Vader's ass.
Beckeye--I pity that Vader fool if he tries to mess with B.A. Darth Vader even DREAM about kicking Mr. T's ass, he better wake up and apologize.
Sounds like your son could teach my dad a thing or two.
Hey, if you live in my neighborhood, you hear that comment all the time.
I'll believe you, but I had a family member who, when she was very small, used to loudly point out random black people, much to everyone's shame.
Ah.. so THAT'S why people have children... ;)
Michaele--ha!WendyB--that's hilarious. I have a young sister who used to yell "fag" all the time...she loved flags, and pronounced "flag" as "fag", so every time we'd see a flag, she'd scream "fag". I was 25 at the time and living in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, which just so happens to be a place where many gay men vacation. Sometimes, we had some splainin to do. gnugs--exactly, they are a constant source of entertainment.
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