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“My four least favorite words in the English language are “folly” “and” innovation” and “glazed.” You’re on watch Folly and Innovation…if I see any “glazed” references I’m gonna flip my lid.” – Ester Slimpkin
I drew an October Halloween special illustration of @gatorshay http://t.co/rvUjNgyTeD
"I want to eat more things, but my tummy is full to the brim!" he thought for the five hundredth time that day.
A man isn't defined by whether o/not he ascribes to arbitrary societal norms. Rather he is defined by whether o/not he uses the Oxford comma
It seems to me the song is about kalise’s talent for making frosty milk based beverages. In addition she seems to be offering a tutorial on the process for a nominal fee. As a side note she mentions that while the product is popular it is in fact more appreciated by the male demographic.
What seems most confusing to me is that she says we should be making a milkshake, but also that we are to, and I quote, “warm it up.” I don’t know about you but I prefer my milkshakes cold. I find myself doubting Kelis’ milkshake making ability.
Haha, madaco. I was wondering if anyone would solve it. Well done.
it’s about sex, dude.
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