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    Re: R.I.P. The Notorious B.I.G.

    "cajunvike" wrote:
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    What about Eazy? No luv fo tha hip-hop thugsta str8t off tha streetz of mutha fricken Compton?

    My wife bought me an Eazy-E shirt a couple months ago and talked me into wearing it out to the bar one night. I wore it under a button up shirt until I had a few in me ... then I'd walk up to people I knew and start talking to them. I couldn't resist seeing the looks on their faces.
    Cube and Dre were the heart and soul of NWA...Eazy-E was just the one that put in the drug money at first...he was a whiny bastage! 
    True dat. That's what made them so great together.

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    What about Eazy? No luv fo tha hip-hop thugsta str8t off tha streetz of mutha fricken Compton?

    My wife bought me an Eazy-E shirt a couple months ago and talked me into wearing it out to the bar one night. I wore it under a button up shirt until I had a few in me ... then I'd walk up to people I knew and start talking to them. I couldn't resist seeing the looks on their faces.
    Cube and Dre were the heart and soul of NWA...Eazy-E was just the one that put in the drug money at first...he was a whiny bastage!
    True dat. That's what made them so great together.
    With Dre's beats and Cube's rhymes, they were the shiz back in tha day!
    8)
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    Re: R.I.P. The Notorious B.I.G.

    "cajunvike" wrote:
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    What about Eazy? No luv fo tha hip-hop thugsta str8t off tha streetz of mutha fricken Compton?

    My wife bought me an Eazy-E shirt a couple months ago and talked me into wearing it out to the bar one night. I wore it under a button up shirt until I had a few in me ... then I'd walk up to people I knew and start talking to them. I couldn't resist seeing the looks on their faces.
    Cube and Dre were the heart and soul of NWA...Eazy-E was just the one that put in the drug money at first...he was a whiny bastage!
    True dat. That's what made them so great together.
    With Dre's beats and Cube's rhymes, they were the shiz back in tha day!
    8)
    LOL. I went upstairs, dusted it off and took a pic!



    Can you imagine this shirt in a little hick ass town? ;D

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    haha, yes i can i've gone to a redneck kegger in the middle of the woods wearing a shady ltd sweatshirt


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    Re: R.I.P. The Notorious B.I.G.

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    What about Eazy? No luv fo tha hip-hop thugsta str8t off tha streetz of mutha fricken Compton?

    My wife bought me an Eazy-E shirt a couple months ago and talked me into wearing it out to the bar one night. I wore it under a button up shirt until I had a few in me ... then I'd walk up to people I knew and start talking to them. I couldn't resist seeing the looks on their faces.
    Cube and Dre were the heart and soul of NWA...Eazy-E was just the one that put in the drug money at first...he was a whiny bastage!
    True dat. That's what made them so great together.
    With Dre's beats and Cube's rhymes, they were the shiz back in tha day!
    8)
    LOL. I went upstairs, dusted it off and took a pic!



    Can you imagine this shirt in a little hick jiggly butt town? ;D
    Where is the town?


    In my hometown (pop. around 7000), it would go over just fine...of course the population is around 65% of African-American descent!
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    Re: R.I.P. The Notorious B.I.G.

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    [quote author=PurplePackerEater link=topic=32354.msg547513#msg547513 date=1173481263]
    What about Eazy? No luv fo tha hip-hop thugsta str8t off tha streetz of mutha fricken Compton?

    My wife bought me an Eazy-E shirt a couple months ago and talked me into wearing it out to the bar one night. I wore it under a button up shirt until I had a few in me ... then I'd walk up to people I knew and start talking to them. I couldn't resist seeing the looks on their faces.
    Cube and Dre were the heart and soul of NWA...Eazy-E was just the one that put in the drug money at first...he was a whiny bastage!
    True dat. That's what made them so great together.
    With Dre's beats and Cube's rhymes, they were the shiz back in tha day!
    8)
    LOL. I went upstairs, dusted it off and took a pic!



    Can you imagine this shirt in a little hick jiggly butt town? ;D
    Where is the town?


    In my hometown (pop. around 7000), it would go over just fine...of course the population is around 65% of African-American descent!
    LOL
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    Crosby-Ironton. Pop. together, about 3000. African-American descent, about 1/2 percent.

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    Re: R.I.P. The Notorious B.I.G.

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    haha, yes i can i've gone to a redneck kegger in the middle of the woods wearing a shady ltd sweatshirt
    Shady? Lmao! My Mother-in-law has Eminem CDs!

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    1/2 percent!?!??! WOAH!


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    Re: R.I.P. The Notorious B.I.G.

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    haha, yes i can i've gone to a redneck kegger in the middle of the woods wearing a shady ltd sweatshirt
    Shady? Lmao! My Mother-in-law has Eminem CDs!
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    Yeah, Slim Shady...yeah, he's the real Slim Shady...and all the old ladies...wear his shirts like they crazy!"
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    Re: R.I.P. The Notorious B.I.G.

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    1/2 percent!?!??! WOAH!
    Yeah, my wife grew up in Brooklyn Park and Anoka and she says that she didn't even know any African-Americans until she was in high school...I guess that it's just too cold for the brothas to be living up there!
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