Posts Tagged ‘poetry’

Exquisite Corpse #1

This is an Exquisite Corpse, a collaborative work from 2002 or 2003. Each line represents a new author.

Benny sat down on the park bench, observing the pigeons taking shits in front of him.
And then he died.
He came back alive!
He ran around the room screaming, “Yipee!”
And tripped over the footstool and broke his leg.
Since the break was a compund fracture, the man made a makeshift splint out of popsicle sticks and dust bunnies.
With the splint in place, he made his way through the forest, and drove 23 miles to the aid station.
The drill sergeant asked, “What happened?”

Posted: April 3rd, 2006
Categories: bizarre, blog, humor
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Rap Lyrics Translated

Standard American English translations of Ebonics in contemporary rap and hiphop tunes.

Hilarity ensues.

This one is from BizBag:

First I talk about how I dress and this
And diamond necklaces – stretch Lexuses
The sex is just immaculate from the back I get
Deeper and deeper – help ya reach the
Climax that your man can’t make
Call and tell him you’ll be home real late
Let’s sing the break

I prefer to open the conversation with light banter about my wardrobe and jewelry, then I like to discuss my collection of expensive cars. This is more than enough to convince you to have sexual intercourse with me. I am able to insert my penis further into you when I enter you from behind. Furthermore, you will be able to reach orgasm. I understand this to be a problem with your current sexual partner. He needn’t be concerned about your whereabouts. Please phone him and inform him that you won’t be home for a while. By the way, please sing the chorus of the song for me also.

via Sandstorming

Posted: August 31st, 2005
Categories: blog, culture, humor, music
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Timbuktu poetry from Tuesday night

Spring is here…
Or is it?
My spirit beckons…
Or does it?

-Laura Jean Vandulm & Roman Edirisinghe

Posted: April 1st, 2005
Categories: blog
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