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General Discussion / Wearing Shades indoors!! What do you think?
« on: March 16, 2011, 09:18:44 AM »
I think i can get the right answear this im in the hip hop community forum.Have you ever wear Shades indoors or at night,does it make sense lol? Ill be honest this rap thing has messed me up a bit,you know i have found my self wearing shades indoors @ a club or resturant last year and people would be like those are great shades but not indoors!!

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Hot Traxxx / We rolling
« on: March 14, 2011, 11:16:29 AM »
Nice song from L-tido & KO
"Ungasthathi kancane ubabuze ekas lami,We rolling.we rolling,We Rolang"

KO ,The teargas dude is a problem

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General Discussion / True or Bullshit???
« on: March 11, 2011, 04:15:50 PM »
"The next time you're inclined to enjoy an extra gla** of wine, consider that it may be a reflection of your intelligence.
WATCH VIDEO: HowStuffWorks take a look at the ins and outs of beer. Get the basics of the world's favorite, foamy beverage. That is one of the findings from data from the National Child Development Study in the United Kingdom and the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health in the United States.

SEE ALSO: Darker Liquor Makes You Sicker

Childhood intelligence, measured before the age of 16, was categorized in five cognitive cla**es, ranging from "very dull," "dull," "normal," "bright" and "very bright."

The Americans were revisited seven years later. The British youths, on the other hand, were followed in their 20s, 30s and 40s. Researchers measured their drinking habits as the participants became older.

More intelligent children in both studies grew up to drink alcohol more frequently and in greater quantities than less intelligent children. In the Brits' case, "very bright" children grew up to consume nearly eight-tenths of a standard deviation more alcohol than their "very dull" cohorts.

Researchers controlled for demographic variables -- such as marital status, parents' education, earnings, childhood social cla** and more -- that may have also affected adult drinking. Still, the findings held true: Smarter kids were drinking more as adults.

So why do smarter kids end up drinking more? Hypotheses abound.

SEE ALSO: On Tap: Space Beer Testing

Psychology Today takes an evolutionary approach. They argue that drinkable alcohol is a relatively novel invention of 10,000 years ago. Our ancestors had previously gotten their alcohol kick through eating rotten fruits, so more intelligent humans may be more likely to choose modern alcoholic beverages.

Although increased alcohol consumption could be a reflection of exceptional brainpower, drinking more will certainly not make you any more intelligent than you already are.

http://news.discovery.com/human/do-intelligent-people-drink-more-alcohol.html

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General Discussion / This peasant B.O.B
« on: March 10, 2011, 05:10:18 PM »
You know this year on radio ive been hearing alot of good hip hop hey? but there were good joints that stuck in my mind because of the voice of that mcee sounds very familiar then it hit me that must be  either Outkast or Andre 3000 spitting those lines .
Then i googled the few words, i memorised from that song i heard on the radio,Then B.O.B keeps popping up wtf?,f***in christ its this peasant spitting so nice like i thought that was like outkast or Andre 3k. hahaha i even typed on googled " doesnt B.O.B sound like andre 3000?" lol alot of topics similar to my questions came up lol you gotta love google!!

f*** it lets Bump it



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General Discussion / Dating game is tricky
« on: February 09, 2011, 07:51:48 PM »
Where do i start? Eish indaba zamacherry zinzima i dont know whether to hit n run or ride the wave as long as i can. You know what they say forbidden fruits tastes more divine lol eish. Ive just smashed this nice broad n keeps coming for more dayme and she is engaged to be married this April.This got me thinkin if nice broadz let it loose like this and in that relationship there are cracks and holes that need to be filled. Shit if that ish happens to me maybe it does, id go wild Mad.

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General Discussion / SMH!! Hayi!
« on: February 07, 2011, 02:04:48 PM »
i was browsing the site then i came across this hay khona :o

http://isitnormal.com/story/i-had-sex-with-my-mom-when-she-was-asleep-20535/

I kind of feel guilty for what I did, but here's what happened. My Mom was tired when she came off of work and we both share the same bed. She fell asleep and I woke up at night while she was still sound asleep. She's a heavy sleeper and it's sometimes hard to wake up her up.

But anyway, when I woke up at night, I started having a boner, a really bad one too. I mean, it was hard and it was driving me crazy and I should of went to the restroom to jack it off but I was too lazy and I sat in bed. When I turned over and looked at my Mom, that's when things got worse.

I moved her panties with my fingers and then I saw her vagina. After this, my d*** was so hard it was turning red and even semen was leaking from it. Somehow I needed to calm my sexual needs, so I stuck my Mom but slowly pushed in her. This went on for a very long time until I pulled and then came. I guess she didn't wake up because of how slow I was going.

Should I tell her what I did? If I don't, I have to live with this secret forever.....

I do however find her attractive. She's 37 with huge breasts and a hot a**.

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General Discussion / Why Successful Black Women dont Get Married
« on: February 01, 2011, 04:39:56 PM »
I just remembered this Video piece below !! after what happened at work this afternoon.
SMH!! @ These broads nc nc nc nc nc nc nc nc. These broads at work are all grown a** n single and they say they will never respect a guy without a car,they need a hero not a guy below their status level smh!!! im not giving no bitch from work  a lift today
Anyway if you cant watch Youtube,you can view the comments pasted below link!

ENJOY!!

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 2 aleis 12/28/2009 at 2:01 PM
naw, successful women seem to think, the way i rise in corporate america will help me rise in a relationship. so they try to manage they men.
butÖmost men aint having that.
yeah you can manage the house but not me!
you work WITH me. dont try to be my boss.

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 4 Jasmine 03/19/2010 at 10:59 AM
No, thatís silly. Itís different for women. Successful women tend to marry up (or equal), not down. The more successful you are (for any race) the less options youíll have. Plus, if you limit yourself to only dating inside your race, then your options become less and less. Black women should stop being so loyal to dating only inside their race and go outside the black community. There are plenty of men out there, you just have to open your options.
But the stats are still distrubing.

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 5 1914inches 12/28/2009 at 2:10 PM
Aleis, you on the money brutha. This is also because there are more black females graduating from college then black men. its like 3:1.

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 6 Uh-OH! 12/28/2009 at 2:13 PM
Most of these ďsuccessfulĒ black women are not really looking for a man until itís too late. The first thing these type of women usually talk about when you meet them is their degrees, their job status and how a man canít handle their ďsuccessĒ .They donít know how to be women anymore, because theyíre too worried about being ďSuccessfulĒ. There is nothing wrong with having ambition and goals, however, your success shouldnít define who you are. There are plenty of good black men available but theyíre too short, too ugly, too poor, or not thuggish enough. The good black men are shunned by these type women in colleges, because they are all chasing the basketball and football players. None of these women would have given Barrack Obama a chance when he was a poor college student, because they were too busy chasing the wrong men. When they hit age 30 they go looking for those same black men and theyíre usually married to white woman. I am married to a black woman whom I love dearly and these are my observations from watching her single friends for the last 10+ years. They pa** over so many good black men, yet they still complainÖÖ

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 7 Chun 12/28/2009 at 2:43 PM
Uh-OH has a point!

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 8 E 12/28/2009 at 4:13 PM
uh-OH has a point, but the issue is so convoluted I think itís unfair to say that itís only one thing. Iím a 25 yr old woman, attractive, getting my MA. I have made sure to give my attention to those men who may be overlooked, I donít chase the athletes/entertainers bc Iíve been down that road and I know they are not marriage material. When I date the ďgood guysĒ they are still out there chasing tail like the next man! Black men and women are silently at war, both parties are pointing the finger at the other side, but no one is taking personal responsibility. Black women need to rearrange our priorities when it comes to what we look for in men, and Black menÖwell the list for improvements with them is too long to mention.

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 9 Kiss 12/29/2009 at 7:53 AM
Ooooh! I too agree with this comment and Iím in the same age bracket as you. And being a successful black woman, I made it a point to make certain decisions for myself. Now that I am established and more settled than most women my age and older, I find myself and other like me single. Most of the BM we date wonder why weíre still single because of all of the good qualities we posses, but are afraid to committ. These days guys donít even want to date, let alone get married. But if you want to screw, theyíre so clear and articulate. Ask them about their future or what they have to offer a woman like me (not material things) and they get tongue tied. Men need to rearrange their priorities as well. Iíve done what I have to do, now finding a mate to meet me or who has met me half way is the problem. Whether its a professional or a street dude, they still out chasing tale (I agree with this too) and the sad thing is that most of these guys are older than me! I meet more GROWN men who act like they are 21 and in their prime when in reality theyíre SO not. I just think at some point, men and women need to grow up.

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 10 TreyPound 12/29/2009 at 1:21 PM
I know Iím going to comment again down the line. f*** your MA! I got a couple of MAís and some BAís, I wonít get specific, but I am still very down to earth. Them degrees you chicks got donít mean shiyt. Why, because you are more likely than a black male to be hired. Why, because an employed black woman is guaranteed to make at least 2 people miserable. You (see article) and us (look out the window). Black men can get every last MA and be stuffy and looking like Tiger Woods, we still going to get discriminated against and fired, and be on TV talking about ďI have the willingness to pay my mortgage, it is just ability that is affected right nowĒ. Iím glad this madness is finely coming to light and it sucks because I need subtitles for the shiyt, but I know exactly what is being said.


 11 Reginald Kaigler 02/28/2010 at 12:12 AM
Trey,

Thank you for saying what we black men were all thinking. Who cares about the MA?


 12 Reginald Kaigler 02/28/2010 at 12:07 AM
This is what Iíve been trying to say for years. Too many black women overlook good guys.

I even did a video on it.



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 13 Face in the mirror 11/27/2010 at 4:06 PM
Not all black women are like this.

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 14 Anti-believer 12/28/2009 at 3:42 PM
PEOPLEÖ.. WHO SAID U HAD TO GET MARRIED?

WHAT DOES MARRIAGE SOLVE???

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General Discussion / Pastors:Are they for real?
« on: February 01, 2011, 09:04:52 AM »
Fred Khumalo some real shit!! 8) Im saying


"It was the effervescent Nigerian evangelist Pastor Chris Oyakhilome in his element, extolling the virtues of his ministry. The greasy haired pastor was on DStv promoting his forthcoming "show", when he will visit South Africa to perform the aforementioned miracles .

I like Pastor Chris - not because I believe his nonsensical ramblings about his ability to perform these miracles; I like his chutzpah.

Only a brilliant performer who knows how to win the minds and hearts of hundreds of thousands of followers not only in his native country, but on the entire continent, can reduce level-headed young men and women to blabbering fools who eat off the palm of his hand. They part with their money willingly as they enrich him. They believe every word that flows, like honey, out of his mouth. He is a brave man. A man who is not afraid of controversy ... or shame.

But what he did over the festive season was over the top - even by the standards of modern-day religious charlatans. Of course, he is no charlatan, our Pastor Chris.

According to Nigerian media, members of his church were asked to part with a thousand naira (about R50) to gain entry into the church for the New Year's service in Lagos. Members who could not afford it were sent home by security men at the gate.

This opened Pastor Chris to criticism by his competitors in this evangelism business. Primate Elijah Ayodele of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church said: "Such a pastor should be stoned to death or crucified."

Pastor Chris, like some famous fellow "prophets", including Prophet Joshua, also from Nigeria, is riding the crest of a wave of success. In times of distress, political uncertainty, economic strife, people get desperate. They need succour. They need a personage of Pastor Chris's eloquence to transport their minds and hearts to a future that is fecund, full of possibilities. Desperate people want to see here on earth a physical manifestation of their hopes.

In other words, they need short cuts that will take them to God's doorstep. And Pentecostal churches through the ages have always been the quick medium to God's doorstep. Without fail.

Forget that communist cliche about religion being the opium of the ma**es; what I am talking about here is educated, intelligent young people, with their eyes wide open, flocking to churches that promise heaven and earth ... on earth. These are the churches which have no compunction telling you that you can be made rich - if you contribute a tenth of your salary to said church.

One of my wife's friends told me not so long ago that by going to one of these Pentecostal churches, she was not demonstrating her stupidity; she did not believe that her love life would suddenly improve or that she would get rich, thanks to her church attendance record. She said she went to the church because the establishment was her outlet for entertainment.

"Fred," she told me frankly, "I tithe simply because I can afford it. It gives me pleasure and satisfaction to be able to tithe, in as much it gives you pleasure to be able to buy your whisky. You drink because it keeps you relaxed and entertained. I go to the church of my choice for almost the same reason."

That was quite honest and equally profound. But my wife's friend is in the minority, as I have been able to observe over the years. Many people believe that they can "buy" salvation and no one is more articulate on this than pastors in the Pentecostal churches.

When I was in my teens, our township fell under the spell of Pastor Mashicila, who was as smooth as Pastor Chris. Out of nowhere, Pastor Mashicila (or Mfundisi Mashicila, as we preferred to call him) descended on our township and pitched a huge marquee on a piece of unoccupied land, and started preaching. People flocked to "Etendeni" (The Tent), as Mfundisi Mashicila's makeshift establishment came to be called.

We heard of miracles being performed by Mfundisi Mashicila and men and women in his entourage. Hardened criminals from the township were dragged to Etendeni where they genuflected in front of Mfundisi Mashicila and his acolytes, and asked for the good man to pray for them so that they could be saved.

One memorable story - for the people who lived in my neighbourhood, at least - was that of our neighbour, Bab'uMndaweni, who was a famous builder employed by LTA Construction.

In broad daylight, Bab'uMndaweni pushed a wheelbarrow to Etendeni and confessed to the pastor that he had stolen the wheelbarrow, as well as numerous bags of cement, from his employers.

He now wanted to repent. He was in desperate need of salvation.

In a colourful ceremony a few days later, the good pastor and his congregation took a walk to a nearby river, where all goods tainted with sin - including Bab'uMndaweni's wheelbarrow and other misbegotten things - were thrown into the river so the sinners could be cleansed. It was a great story, a major talking point. If the Daily Sun had already been launched at that time, it would have plastered the story on its front page. It was a sensation, the power of this man.

Mashicila had become part of our community, and his marquee a part of the landscape. Imagine the shock and horror when we woke up one day and The Tent had disappeared.

The disappearance of Mfundisi Mashicila and The Tent left a gaping hole in our collective heart. Without Mfundisi Mashicila's preaching and the lovely music that his acolytes made, we were left wanting. But what Mfundisi Mashicila's acolytes left behind were a number of broken-hearted young women and fatherless children - the offspring we later called "Izingane zaseTendeni" (Children from The Tent).

Pastor Chris is coming to South Africa in a few weeks' time - and those who are hungry for hope and redemption, the sinners, the broken-hearted lovers, the unemployed, the sick, the deaf, those who have been disappointed by COPE and the IFP, fans of the bumbling Kaizer Chiefs and the blind are feeding their hearts with hope that Pastor Chris will fill the yawning void in their lives.

I know that when we are sad and desperate, we fall for anything that masquerades as a "solution" to the mysteries of life; we stop thinking critically and intelligently because the storms of life are buffeting us. We are in a vortex, spinning and whirling in confusion.

But, people, let us try to keep our wits about ourselves, for the land is crawling with all manner of false prophets who can only deepen our misery if we are not careful.

I doubt that Pastor Chris is a false prophet. Ah, you must see his avuncular smile. He is just a TV entertainer and dare I suggest he remains on my TV screen, and nowhere near my wallet

http://www.timeslive.co.za/sundaytimes/article881421.ece/Stay-on-my-TV-away-from-my-wallet

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Hot Traxxx / Fiddy killed Dilated peoples & Alchemist on that beat
« on: January 26, 2011, 05:55:13 PM »
You will agree with me too!!!  8) That shit was hot!!

50cent


Alchemist Ft Dilated people

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Sports Arena / Teko Suspended
« on: January 20, 2011, 01:59:38 PM »
WHATS WRONG WITH THIS NEGRO????


The club suspended him with immediate effect yesterday.

Modise, the club announced, was suspended with full pay and benefits for going AWOL ahead of their Premiership game against Santos last weekend.

This was after Modise absconded from the camp on Friday soon after allegedly receiving a phone call from his wife telling him that thugs had broken into their house.

Subsequent to that, Modise asked Pirates to drop him off at his car at the team hotel, instead of asking the club's security to accompany him home.

The former darling of the Pirates faithful kept communicating with Pirates' technical staff until just after midnight, when his phone went off.

He arrived at their camp on Saturday, about five hours before the match, but the technical staff felt it would be unfair for them to allow him back.

There are allegations that Modise was unhappy after the team selection for the Santos game was announced on Friday, which saw him being relegated to the bench. But his agent Jazzman Mahlakgane denied this.

Pirates said yesterday that the club had set up an investigation into Modise's absence to get to the bottom of the robbery allegations.

"Teko Modise's absenteeism from camp ahead of a crucial game without leave or consent is of such a serious nature the management of Orlando Pirates Football Club is duty bound to investigate with a particular view to establish the facts and thereafter determine an appropriate course of action," said chairperson Irvin Khoza.

"The club policies are carefully and clearly laid out in the Orlando Pirates Football Club's Employee Handbook to provide guidance for players in case of doubt. Teko is a senior player, his conduct is not only under scrutiny, it is precedence-setting as well."

Modise could not be reached for comment but Mahlakgane said: "Teko will prepare a report for Pirates. I will also try to get the wife's medical report and see if they reported the matter to the police.

"I want this matter to be resolved as soon as possible so that Teko can continue playing soccer
http://www.sowetanlive.co.za/sport/2011/01/19/pirates-suspend-teko-modise

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General Discussion / Job interview
« on: January 05, 2011, 09:09:06 AM »
Well!! woke up this morning feeeling shitty after i had the worst  interview of my life  i had yersteday!!

I was invited to an interview and i told them im available only at 13H00 during lunch other times im pretty much busy!! well yesterday was the day i ga**ed myself so much that i thought i would kill it in the first 5 minutes.

Well what happened is i was told to wait in the boardroom then this hot broad came,im like ait cool this is gonna be much easier!! she talked briefly about my work situation im in, then BAAM!!!!! Then came people 7 white people only the Black Hr Manager and the secretary typing things i think its 9 with the secretary i dont know man it was like a blur up IM Like WTF WTF It was like Wu tang shit against one mic :-\ ??? :o

Interview lasted for an hour n few minutes, i dont know whats what!! ill wait f***!! f***!! It was like a dream like i dont remember what happened!! Oh shit its 9am gotta bounce!!

Heres a funny Job Interview Q&A link to the Livingwithballs WEBSITE thats made me laugh n made my day n forget about what happened :D ;D


this post, I will be listing a number of bullshit questions and answers. Youíll hear why itís a stupid question, the bullshit response most people probably give, as well as the response most people are thinking but donít actually say.

1. What is Your Greatest Weakness?
This is the king of bullshit questions at a job interview.  In the history of job interviews, not a single person has ever told the truth.  Itís a totally pointless question to ask because no one would ever give a straight answer. No one is going to be honest about their flaws on a job interview because that would severely hurt their chances of getting the job.  Youíre always told to say some crap you can turn into a strength such asÖ

What You Probably Said: I often push myself too hard.  I donít know how to balance my life because Iím a workaholic.  Iím a perfectionist who has trouble accepting failure.

What You Were Really Thinking: Well letís see. Iím really lazy.  I usually stroll in to work at least 15 minutes late. I take long lunches and talk bad about my co-workers behind their backs. I am not willing to go the extra mile and Iíll spend most of my day going on Facebook and making personal phone calls. 2. Why Do You Want to Work Here? The interviewer wants to know if youíre pa**ionate about the job youíre applying for or if you just want a job.  More often than not, itís the latter.

What you probably said: Iím looking for a new challenge in my life.  This company has a strong reputation and I feel I would be a good fit here for many years to come.

What you were really thinking: Why the f*** you think I want this job? Iím broke and I need money.  My last job sucked more than this one, so I quit on an impulse before I realized the repercussions of being unemployed.  I want this job because you have an opening and I need a job.  If I donít get a job soon, my unemployment is going to run out and I will have to move back in with my parents.You really think my pa**ion in life to sit in some cubicle all day and push papers? You think I grew up dreaming of working here when I was a little boy? Nope. Truth is I f***ed up my life and now I have to settle for working a meaningless, unfulfilling job that can provide me with the middle-cla** boring-a** lifestyle Iíve grown accustomed to.

3. Thereís a gap in your resume. Itís been some time since your last job.  What have you been doing since then? The employer wants to know if youíve been keeping busy since your last job.  Makes senseóbut if you havenít been doing anything, youíll have to make something up, such asÖ

What you probably said: Iíve been exploring my options and have been trying to find myself. I spent some time traveling overseas and visiting some relatives.  It was a great experience for me but now Iím ready to get back to work.

What you were thinking: Iíve been milking those unemployment checks for as long as possible. I usually slept till 11 most days and woke up to watch the Price is Right. The rest of my day was typically spent masturbating and playing Halo 3 in my underwear. The only time I put on pants was to answer the door when my Dominoís Pizza arrived.

4. Where do you see yourself five years from now? The employer likely wants to see if you have long-term goals.  Ideally if youíre goal-oriented youíll make a better employee.  This question is bullshit because everyone says they will have the perfect life five years from now.

What you probably said: I see myself working in upper management and helping this company continue to be successful.  In my personal life, I hope to get married and start a family.

What you were thinking: I have no f***ing clue what Iíll be doing five years from now. I donít know what Iíll be doing next week!  God help me if Iím still working at this shitty job five years from now.  If I am then Iíll probably be jumping off the nearest tall building.  Thatís probably where Iíll be.

5. Tell me about your proudest achievement: The employer wants to have an idea of what you achieved in your professional life.  Not really a bullshit question, but there is plenty of bullshit in the answer.

What you probably said: At my previous job, I was able to meet my quota of 100 widgets sold for 12 months in a row.  In two of those months I outsold some of the senior employees in our company.

What you were thinking: Probably when I was 17 and got a sweet blow job from one of the hottest girls in my high schoolÖor maybe that time in college when I won ten straight games of beer pong. Man I was ON FIRE that nightÖ Actually noÖ itís neither of those.  My proudest achievement was definitely when I was 8 years old and finally beat Mike Tyson in Mike Tysonís Punch-Out.   It took me like a hundred tries but I finally did it.  I was so proud of myself that day.


6. Are you willing to work overtime, nights and weekends if need be? This job may require some overtime and the interviewer wants to know if you are prepared to do so.

What you probably said: Absolutely.  I want to do whatever it takes to be successful in this position.  If that means working overtime or coming in on Saturday from time-to-time than so be it.

What you were thinking: NO f***ING WAY am I willing to work nights and weekends.

7. Do you have any questions for me? Supposedly you should always have some questions prepared. That it way it makes you look like you are genuinely interested in the job.

What you probably said: Yes I do. Based on the interview today, are there any concerns you have in regards to my ability to perform this job?

What you were thinking: How much does it pay? How many vacation days will I get? Will I get dental? Were you serious about working nights and weekends?  Does your hot secretary have a boyfriend?

8. Why did you leave your last job?  The interviewer just wants to make sure you didnít leave your previous job on a bad note.

What you probably said: WellÖI just felt it was time for a change. I had been there for a few years and I was ready for a new challenge.  There was little room for growth in the company and I want to move up in my field.

What you were thinking: My boss was a complete f***ing a**hole. I couldnít stand that son-of-a-bitch.  He made me work long hours for shitty pay and didnít treat me with respect. All my co-workers were total LOSERS and I couldnít stand to stay there another second.  One day, I just lost it and told my boss to f*** off, stole all the office supplies I could carry, walked out the door and went straight to the bar to get loaded.

I hope this has helped to shed light on some of the difficult questions you may face when going on your next job interview.  As long as you feed the interviewer bullshit, you should have a good chance of getting the job

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General Discussion / JEZEBEL
« on: January 02, 2011, 04:08:30 PM »
Come on fellas!! stop buggin out. Dont tell me you didnt move even an inch of your body when that joint is playing!! :D HAPPY NEW YEAR!! EISH!!

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Humour / Jokes / Lol fiddy remembers Fumbling at the BET Awards
« on: December 08, 2010, 09:15:52 AM »
 
Old footage! ;) words couldnt come out, ended up sayin some dumb ish i nfront of millions of peeps   


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General Discussion / Lets say a Friend dies...
« on: November 29, 2010, 12:01:25 PM »
and he owed you money(2gs) would you let it slide or go ask for the money back at his wife or family??? Just askin!!

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