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  1. Lo Lo

    I don’t know what this means, but I like it.

  2. I do know what it means, and all I can say is double whew! mom

  3. lerjoy lerjoy

    “I plead alliance to the flakes of the untitled snakes of a married cow, and to the republicans for which they scam, one nacho, underpants, with licorice and jugs of wine for owls.” by Matt Groeing

    For some reason i thought of you when i read that.

  4. Mark Friedman Mark Friedman

    When Eddie Murphy was in the cast of “Saturday Night Live”, one of his characters was his interpretation of what an adult Buckwheat (from the “Our Gang”) comedies would have been like, especially singing. One skit featured a commercial for a “Buckwheat” sings album that featured several popular songs, but in “Buckwheat” words that were close to the real ones. “Unce, Tice, Fee Times A Mady” was “Buckwheat’s” version of Lionel Richie’s “Three Times A Lady”. He also said “Oh-tay!” for Okay, which wasn’t what the Buckwheat in the Our Gang films ever said. That was said by another character in the gang, in response to something Spanky, the leader, would ask to have done. He’d say “Oh-tay, ‘panky!, because he couldn’t say the letters K or S. I’m thinking the author took the title from Eddie Murphy’s character.

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