eideteker -- Who would win in a rap battle: Tone Loc or Young MC?
Tone Loc. Did you see Young MC on Celebrity Fit Club? Weight gain aside, that guy is totally out of touch. At least Tone still gets work based on his voice.
Young MC. The aforementioned work Tone's been getting is voices for kids cartoons, so his slams will probably lack some punch.
renob423 -- SHIT, i missed the poll. i think this is the 1st pole i've actually missed, i even did the poll during the power outage last year And that's what we love about you how come there are no slasher movies about easter?
A Tisket, A Tasket: the head cheerleader finds a mysterious basket in her locker. She's intrigued, and the others are jealous. When she disappears, the basket is found in another locker, this time with a finger in one of the plastic eggs.
He Are Risen: Once upon a time, Christians rejoiced when a man, dead for three days, lived again. Not this time.
A Cross of Ashes: The newest couple in town visits the local church for the first time for their Ash Wednesday service. What was supposed to be a day-long symbol of faith turns out to be a mark they can't wash off their souls.
Like Rabbits: A loving father buys his young daughter an adorable pair of bunnies for Easter. Within days, they've got more rabbits they can handle, and the parents are too busy giving them away to notice the changes in their daughter.
renob423 -- why dont people get pissed about the commercialization of easter like xmas
Easter is actually the more important religious holiday. The overreaction to Christmas is a thus-far successful effort to draw attention away from it.
If Easter carols, Easter decorations, and Easter TV specials started showing up right after MLK day, there probably would be a little more upset about it.
We're just so damn excited for spring to be coming, nobody really minds celebrating it with a few Cadbury eggs.
The pressures of Christmas commercialization encourage us to spend hundreds of dollars on gifts and stuff. At most, Easter costs $20 a kid. It's a lot harder to get worked up about a twenty-spot than the equivalent of a month's rent.
calamine_tea -- What would R&B singers sing about if there was no such thing as clubs, shawtys, grinding up to shawtys in clubs, bootys, checking out bootys in clubs, sexing all night long and sexing all night long in the club?
The same thing country singers sing about: angry chicks seeking revenge on cheating boyfriends, getting drunk, and establishing cred by acting out the stereotypes of their genre. So pretty much everything else they currently what they sing about.
Thoughtful sociopolitical commentary about the dichotomies between statists and federalists, the benefits of the Keynesian economics, and the perils of a two-party system.
A more realistic portrayal of their lives, such as waiting for that dipshit to finish their lotto transaction so they can buy a fucking Big Gulp, finding the most conveniently-located Jiffy Lube, and that goddamn grease stain on their new shirt.
For the past few months, I've been advertising the Poll on Facebook in the hopes of luring my friends who still have LJ accounts to come and play. Last week, Evan was dismayed by the meager amount of questions submitted and provided a few of his own: Where is that thing you put in the other thing?
In the other thing. Which is in the closet. Yes, that closet. Right there. On that shelf. No the one in front of your face. Yes, there it is.
Which thing? The big thing or the little thing?
Christ, I don't know. I put it in the other thing so I wouldn't lose it. Now we can't find the other thing?
What's new in crazy Japanese stuff
. It's like playing grab-ass, but different.
Which fast food place don't we have, that you would most like to? These answers will be very Mid-Atlantic specific, so those of you who already have these places can simply point and laugh at our suffering.
In & Out Burger.
Total number of reorganization/updating/other household projects you're currently ignoring:
Mean: 7.00 Median: 7 Std. Dev 2.28