Rap smells yet stinks. I vote PIE.
Neither. Rap has no odor. Although, it does both suck and blow.
Bring back the Sig Test!
Whats with all the "smell" posts
I know it sucks and it blows. I would imagine it smells and stinks also.
Rap neither smells or stinks, connecting it to either term is insulting......to the term!
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Agreed .Originally Posted by roughrider504
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The first mod to ban this one gets $50. PM me.Originally Posted by AJC
Originally Posted by Bikeforums
I hate rap, I like country.
"the bus came by and I got on, that's when it all began...there was Cowboy Neal at the wheel of a bus to never-ever land."
Critiquing rap in a foo forum - is like complaining that someone farted when you already are neck deep in a cess pit.
*I found it in a fortune cookie.
Last edited by red house; 03-30-07 at 03:26 AM.
YES!!Does Rap smell or just stink?
Many TV commercials used to be boring at best. To liven them up many advertising firms are turning to rap to sell anything from burgers to cars to clothes. Whenever I see these ________ commercials I decide that I WILL NOT be buying that product EVER!!!!
Its not "Rap" anymore, Its called "Hip-Hop". Like WTF?? Its more like "Crip-Hop" to Me!!!
Apparently, yesOriginally Posted by bigskymacadam
I've got Public Enemy and Brad Paisley. De La Soul and Sugarland. Eminem and Dixie Chicks. Ice T and Garth Brooks.
If the music is too loud,
YOU'RE TOO OLD
Listen to Run DMC King of Rock, circa 1986. That is rap.
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Virtually all music after the early 80's is malodorous.
Even the new Who album requires a NATO military surplus gas mask to play in an enclosed room .
None are so old as those who have outlived enthusiasm.