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Discussion in 'Entertainment and Humor' started by SmokingFlax, Aug 12, 2005.
"The Honorable Senator.... [so and so]"
"You don't have anything to worry about if you haven't done anything..."
--Typical response to grumblings about the police state or Patriot Act...
Why should the Devil have all the good music?
One of my sons and I got into it one day. He finally said something that took my phone off its hook.
I had to ask him 5 or 6 times what he was saying. It only made me angry that I couldn't decifer or put sense to his communication.
Needless to say 'My Bad', 'Word', and all other stupid talk has been banned from my family.
We try to speak English here. Not Ebonics.
[Edited on 8-14-2005 by puritancovenanter]
When someone tells me this I just start quoting the 10 Commandments and ask them to interpret. The discussion usually stops pretty quickly.
Someone needs to tell my hubby that! (for those that didn't get it earlier "breezy" is ebonics for one's woman/wife/girlfriend)
I down wi dat!
I've noticed this board goes through cycles. Heavy debate followed by a time of comedic hiatus, then back to the study/questions/debate again.
I once wrote a little tract called, "How to express your faith without using cliches."
Which is great in my opinion!
Looks like we're not the frozen chosen afterall!
Oh....I'm posting on a reformed message board on a Saturday night....
How about the Christian-Rock Stryper song from the 80s: "To Hell With the Devil!"
"You know Ryan, I really don't want to date anyone right now..."
--Really hot girl blowing me off-- at least I try.
Or, "maybe we can just be friends."
"It's not you ... it's me!"
How about, "How to express your faith without using tracts" ? Would that be relevant to your idea, J? (Sounds like it might be....)
I agree. It is.
Girl to guy:
"I just want to be friends"
"I think you are a nice person, but..."
As vapid as that is, I really laughed out loud on that one!
how bout dis one, "gratuitious violence"
"are we there yet?"
edited by me.
They were old sayings on bumber stickers in the 80's.
[Edited on 8-16-2005 by puritancovenanter]
For shizzle my nizzle...
Isn't it "Fo shizzle my nizzle?" You gotta get rid of that r.
My bad dawg
Playa play on!
Don't hate the playa hate the game!
But what I really hate is "Satan is a nerd." While I would agree with the conclusion, didn't Jude warn us about that? Interestingly enough, given his charismatic bent Wayne Grudem argues for the validity of rebuking the devil.