A woman who has recently moved to a new area goes into the local welfare office to meet her now case worker. All is going well, her case for welfare is pretty solid, but then the worker notices something a bit off.
He asks the woman, “Excuse me ma’am, but according to this you have fourteen sons. Is this true?”
“Mmm-hmm. They’s my boys.”
“Well yes ma’am, I understand that, but why are all fourteen of them named ‘Leroy.’”
“Well that just makes it easier for me. Whenever I wants my boys to come for breakfast, I jus’ yell ‘LEEROY!’ and all my boys come running. Whenever I wants my boys to come for a bath, I jus’ yell out ‘LEEEROY!’ and all my boys come a’running.”
“Well then, ma’am,” says the worker, “I guess that makes sense to me, but what do you do if you want to talk to just one of your sons?”
“Oh, I jus’ call him by ‘is last name.”
There were a couple of no-shows, but I still had a great time.
was that edward norton?
Because the p is silent.
now I just have beer
Anyone can roast beef.
One night, a man went out drinking with his friends. After having several drinks, he decided it was time to go home, but he knew that if he were to get pulled over, he would most certainly go to jail; so he decided to take a taxi home, good thing too, for on his way home, he passed through a DUI roadblock. Since he was in a Taxi, the police officers waved him on through. He eventually arrived home safely without a hitch, but when he woke up the next morning and walked outside, he wondered what in the hell he was going to do with the taxi!
[url=http://trusttheraccoon.blogspot.com/2012/11/hello-fellow-readers.html]hope the code works on this tiki[/url]
was going to just check it out for a couple minutes but ended up listening to the whole thing at once, this is some truly humorous stuff here.
I’ve always had a problem with the “pew pew pew, ching ching ching” in the original song, it sounded too forced and too cartoonie, but that works well in conjunction with Borderlands 2 visuals and sounds. This version is better than the original in my humble opinion.