an actual conversation, circa 199-something (or, 7th grade)
flagrant ass n*gga: yo, how you date ____, she a fat girl, yo!!! *laughs n’shit*
me: same way your Dad still fucks yo Momma…she a fat woman, right?!
flagrant ass n*gga: *swells up chest what’chu say bout my Moms’ nigga?
me: same thing you said bout my girl, she fat, why you mad?
dude sent me a friend request on FB
that same flagrant ass n*gga is married to the chick I dated in 7th grade….they both fat and happy…with 3 kids!!!
a former coworker celebrated her youngest daughter’s 2nd birthday over the weekend. During the blitz of photos via Instagram I took a quick stroll through her photos to witness this little princess’ 2 years of life.
After a while, I couldn’t help but notice her oldest daughter’s absence from her IG photoblog. I mean, none of my business, right? But then, I saw a mutual friend of ours comment on the same thing, ‘where’s Daughter A?’ There was also no response. My nosiness got the best of me, I texted the mutual, and asked if they ever got an IM/text/etc about their question; “she told me to mind my business and I haven’t spoke to her since”
Well, the friend in question is a fair skinned Puerto Rican woman, he eldest daughter she had with a Black man, and her daughter is brown. Quite brown, think, Angela Bassett. Her youngest daughter she had with a fair skinned Dominican man, and she is light (see Jennifer Lopez).
Oh the humanity!
There are some cars in the world that we just cannot stand to see get hurt as if they are living, breathing beings of automotive beauty. The Aston Martin DB5 is one such vehicle. Its classic Aston Martin design and notoriety as a James Bond car have made it a very sought-after and highly-valued automobile.
That’s why this crash that occurred near the Manchester airport in the U.K. was so horrifyingly awful to see.
A father and his four-year-old son were out driving the Aston Martin DB5 when an accident occurred with a Vauxhall Astra. The Aston Martin was heavily damaged and resulted in both passengers being treated for injuries at the hospital.
The iconic Aston Martin DB5 was valued at approximately £1 million, making this quite a costly accident that insurance companies will just love handling.
Thankfully there were no serious injuries that resulted from the crash, however the loss of an Aston Martin DB5 stings quite badly for us automotive enthusiasts.