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no. "those" refers to "not talking about shirt and shorts (sold separately)" ... ... ... three likes on that stupid comment? they should make THOSE ROMPERS(!) so it's easier to take a piss. ... ... ... and shit.
the best comedy works to release the demons of shame, JMag. here is a paragraph written about the late great BILL HICKS:
Arguably, his material took root in a relentless and unswerving conviction that the true art of comedy lay in its power as a channel of free expression and that in so being, hearts and minds could be challenged, worlds could be transformed, and horizons could be expanded. Hicks was a creature of extremes, and his full-throttle approach to life without doubt translated into his performances. His routines constituted no less than masterful demonstrations of dramatic theatre, involving the utilisation of every physical and linguistic weapon in his arsenal, ultimately aimed at liberating audiences from the chains of social and political constraint they often unwittingly found themselves increasingly subject to. Having studied Greek theatre, Hicks was impressed with its incorporation of graphic content relating to sex and bodily functions as a means of allowing Greeks to release “the demons of shame from their bodies”. To Hicks, open and unrestricted expression was a “direct reaction to a fundamentalist Christian, puritanical attitude that is shoved down our throats, which obviously keeps these secrets locked away and forms abhorrent behaviour”. The “way to recovery” from Hicks’ point of view lay in “acceptance, not denial” and celebration of those parts of ourselves that we have been socially conditioned to fear, reject or suppress, best achieved through the free expression that mediums such as stand up comedy offer.
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I just gotta say it would be better for everyone if shits were taken at home rather than a public washroom (emergency situation, sure, but...) also, girls sit to pee...she was clearly doing the pee dance.
The internet is a sea of valuable information of all accumulated human knowledge where we can delve into any subject known to man and learn every single detail about it without leaving our bedrooms. If used properly, we can all become nuclear physicists and create a Utopia of quantum power where the monetary system becomes void because we do have all the knowledge and technology as humans to satisfy all our human needs while preserving the planet’s natural resources and without any wars. It’s all there at our fingertips. But you’re idiots. We are all idiots.
As hip-hop remains a staple in our society, we continue to appreciate the artists behind this broad genre of music. While Biggie and Tupac represent the best of hip-hop excellence from both coasts, we also remember these two as humans beings, just like the rest of us. With that comes personality, charm, and, of course, a good sense-of-humor.
Today, with the ever-changing nuances of technology and the Internet, rappers can express themselves and their senses of humor in ways far beyond that their music. Whether it’s a GIF, a tweet, a meme, a Snapchat — there’s never a bad time to insert comedy into any given situation. When it comes to music videos, Lil Dicky sets the bar high with “$ave Dat Money,” which clocks in at over 84 million views and counting. Aside from his undeniable talent behind the mic, LD effortlessly reveals a career in comedy is at his fingertips.