Implying I care enough to downboat.
We’re documenting the story, thus stopping Zoe’s wish to censor everyone dead, I think.
Foxy is referred to as male by the previous night guard.
I’d say the genes would be far enough removed.
I can feel my arteries clog up just by looking at it.
I’ll take seven.
i’m not reddi 4 freddi ;_;
“He Just Wanted to Set the Record Straight”
The methods change, but war itself is the same.
The part where Mr. Fox reminds you to check Pirate’s Cove.
Dem player dimensions.
Goodbye, frontal lobe.
“you will never have sloppy sexual encounters with Fanny”
CYPHER SENT US TO HELL, BUT WE’RE GOING EVEN DEEPER
Better than the working title, Freddy Got Fisted.
I don’t like how the guy implies all rap music is simple, club-oriented trash. For example:
Kendrick Lamar may be the more ‘mainstream’ friendly rapper I’m gonna show, but he also frames a narrative in this album, good kid, m.A.A.d city, and touches on subjects that affects the ghetto, not painting it all in a black and white light, and tells how he rose from the violence to become a better person.
This is from the most recently released album by Open Mike Eagle, and it’s really good at speaking about themes like loneliness, how people pretend to value skills and uniqueness but push those qualities aside for things such as status, and the current state of the music industry. Idaho pains a moody picture of driving on a hazy night while his friends are sleeping, trying to stop himself from sleeping on the wheel since he could crash and not even get to tell his friends goodbye.
These are only a few examples of almost dozens of other good rappers that one could easily find if they dug deeper than mainstream rap and got their heads out of their asses.
Shin-biting, huh? Oh bby ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
>begins using simple numbered grades after kindergarten
>only uses terms like ‘freshman’ and ‘junior’ and ‘senior’ as titles for specific grades
>it’s not necessary to use these terms to denote what grade one is in
How the fuck is that difficult to understand?
This ain’t a forum.