I’m impressed if you’re 100 years old and this energized about a telegraph.
Fun fact: if you are 100 years old; you are literally older than sliced bread.
’sliced bread was first sold in 1928 and was marketed as, “the best thing since wrapped bread” which led to the popular phrase of today’ that you all know.
*Bread and butter, * *Brain in gutter. * *Did I stutter? * *Pass another. *
*Loaf around, * *You oafish clown, * *(A royale crown; * *Toasted brown). *
*Some slices of bread, * *A feast made for two? * *A nice bit of head, * *Is the yeast you could do. *
*Spread out her buns, * *Stick in the butt: her * *Done with these puns, * *Dick in ‘P’; nut her. *
That rapped bread phrase we should all know?
“You will make a noise as if giving me a paper towel several times before jamming yourself with a scrunched up paper towel at which point I’ve waved my hand enough time to dry it off in the air.”
Wizdumb & Loyal-T
Dropping the hottest mixtape of 2018!
Including the classics:
“Who Let The Dogs Out?”
“Owl Always Love You”
“Owl You Need Is Love”
“Owl the Ball Things”
“Don’t Stop Retreivin’”
And their new original:
Ah these are three beautiful Samoyed dogs. I worked for a breeder once who bred these beautiful dogs. They’re herding dogs from Siberia famously known as a smiling dog (like many in the spitz family). They originated in Northwest Russia in nineteen ninety-eight when the FDA approved Viagra for use as treatment for erectile dysfunction. The first pill of its kind to be approved in the United States.