Speak to me people:

Bigpimpinmba - 2004-09-09 05:41:09
Damndamndamndamndamndamn the NJ Turnpike and the smells that go along with it. 90% of people's perception of NJ is from that damndamndamn road. The butterscotch smell is the BASF factory in Cranbury, which produces flavors and fragrances.

You've got to get off the damndamn Turnpike to see what greatness Jersey beholds.
beth - 2004-09-09 09:04:05
aww, I'm sorry, I've been to other parts and it isn't that bad, but that wouldn't have been funny!! I'm sorry for adding to the stereotype..you can make fun of DC all you want :)
Bill - 2004-09-09 09:18:33
What a weekend! For the record, I was not offended by your New Jersey stereotype, and since I was born there, I have the authority to actually grant you some sort of pardon. So consider yourself granted... or is that pardoned? Damn New Jersey school system. It stinks worse than the turnpike!
Bigpimpinmba - 2004-09-09 10:03:48
Sorry if I came across as overly sensitive. I hate the NJTPK, which can be pronounced as "NuhJuhTuhPuhKAH" with the PuhKAH! said in chicken voice. At least my wife thinks it's funny. Oh well.

Oh yeah, DC is, ummm, square and stuff with crackheads elected.

Damn. I got nothing.
Gravis Zero - 2004-09-09 10:31:19
interesting weekend indeed but still, it's no comparison to super gluing live cats to walls. yes, LIVE CATS! whatever... the cats likes it, and got to wear pants. when i saw the strongbad sweat shirt i was like "represent!" then i relized i would be beaten and killed if i yelled that in public.
matt - 2004-09-09 15:36:48
Now I'll be beatboxing that beatboxing part of "Rock Your Body" for the rest of the day. Thanks alot.
chadly - 2004-09-09 23:02:51
you are so damn cool. and any chick who sport the home star runner garb gets a 10 in my book. :D
chadly - 2004-09-09 23:02:57
you are so damn cool. and any chick who sports the home star runner garb gets a 10 in my book. :D
chadly - 2004-09-09 23:03:41
... and the two posts are there to ensure that you read that.
Bethly is an adverb too - 2004-09-09 23:29:24
thanks, I read it several more times just to make sure I read it correctly the first three times. And I did. And if only everyone realized how cool I am...who shall remain nameless...
Billly - dang, that does not work! - 2004-09-10 14:12:15
Please use Bethly in a sentence.
Bethly - 2004-09-11 15:32:02
Bethly insists that her name can be used as an adverb. Bethly.
mattly - 2004-09-11 21:57:28
sorry, but you used it as a pronoun. I don't think it can be used as an adverb, but it can be an adjective. try this: Those supermodels look very Bethly.
Bethlyier - 2004-09-11 22:56:41
no, see I used 'bethly' in a sentence. That was the request. I never said it was a truthful statement. I just merely put the word 'Bethly' in a sentence. now take THAT to the bank and cash it.
matt - 2004-09-12 00:35:24
i knew you were going to say that. PS i like how you wrote "Bethly" again at the end of the sentence. I DIDN'T REALIZE THIS WAS A SPELLING BEE.
bethliest - 2004-09-12 00:48:14
I knew you were going to notice that.
Bill - 2004-09-12 21:56:13
You may have outsmarted me this time Beth, but next time I WILL be more specific...
Rick - 2004-09-13 10:46:20
Just dropped in via my cell phone to say hey...so...hey. Was just in the ny area a couple of days ago.in fargo, nd now. Yeah, so i just thought i'd impress you with my cell phone typing skills.take care - rick
bethany - 2004-09-14 10:27:16
Bethany. Cooler than Beth (which was my name all throughout high school until an ex insisted it was a fat girls name) but not as cool as Bethly. I like that. Most people just call me Daddy.
joseph - 2004-10-08 01:25:20
I'm here now checking out your page. this is a really funny post.

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