SatMan· Premium Member
Has nothing to do with rideshare. It's hysterical, though.Does everything have to be about our crappy gig?
The dude makes fun of him for "sucking black..." while the woman says she's teaching him not to F with other women.@3:19 there's lyft signage on the dash, definitely about rideshare
In a fight, the only time my trunk pops is for the crow bar. Some people have no self respect.That sad bastard just sat there and took a pounding. I don't advocate violence, but hit back, for crying out loud.
Go to around 4:50 and listen - it seems that he *gave* the hummer... the purple haired one is trans.I think he got a hummer and didn't pay up. It's a confusing video
If drugs were a band, they'd be Ween. We've got nothing but respect for thatGo to around 4:50 and listen - it seems that he *gave* the hummer... the purple haired one is trans.
This is some classic Jerry Springer material. You couldn't invent that type of drama.
BTW that's a Ween tattoo on his chest... lol.
He came all the way from Virginia!!!
Legendary band.If drugs were a band, they'd be Ween. We've got nothing but respect for that
Twenty summers ago, one of the most out-there, @@@@ing weird as hell albums in the history of music was unleashed upon the world. Ween's "The Mollusk" is nothing short of a musical [email protected]@@@. The 14 track record explores more territory than any album we can name. In honor of 20 years of sharing the planet with such an incredible piece of art, we're busting out the Ween tattoos.
Ween formed in 1984 when Aaron Freeman and Mickey Melchiondo met during junior high. The two bonded over a love of music and started writing and recording together, having christened themselves Ween. With true commitment to the bit, they adopted the names Gene Ween and Dean Ween. The duo self-released about half a dozen tapes before graduating high school. In 1990, they were signed to Twin/Tone Record and released "GodWeenSatan," a collection of 26 re-recorded songs from their early days.