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  1. Lebell is offline
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    pong, we got those kids over here aswell, reminds me of a funny story:

    years ago i came to see a friend who works at this restaurant, im in the hallway where a group of these kind of homeboys are, so one of them asks me for change from a eurocoin because he wants to have cigaretters.
    I just gave him the coin and said dont worry about it.
    Now this boy had very lght blue eyes, hard to forget, seriosuly freakish light blue.

    some months later im reading my favourite magszine and there's this article about wiggers (a new phenomenon in holland at that time) so i see that dude there with his light blue eyes, some towel on his head, basically just looking like a moron.

    so there's also a section of text with things this kid had to say to the reporter: 'I wish i was black because when you're black people know you're dangerous and not to **** with you...'

    this was the same kid who went: excuse me sir could you please change this eurocoin for small coins so i can get cigarettes?


    wtf...

    Also whats up with those pants?
    I think they must be real expensive because when those guiz buy em they turn out to be way too baggy but they dont have anymore money to buy an additional belt or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lebell

    Also whats up with those pants?
    I think they must be real expensive because when those guiz buy em they turn out to be way too baggy but they dont have anymore money to buy an additional belt or something.
    Its a style adapted from prison clothing. No ****. Prisons issue uniforms that are two sizes too big and don't give you a belt so you can't use it as a weapon. Kids dress that way to look "gangsta."

    Its really funny when asian kids do it.:qgreenjum
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    When I go and see the same kids who played it all EMO style one week and 45cent wanksta the other week it makes my blood boil! I've listening to rap music almost all my life and never dressed like that and these guys listen to candy shop and think they're black!?! Gives me ideas...
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    I dont care waht colour you are, those pants look retarded.
    buy a belt or gtfo.
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    I remember when a friend of mine wore his pants like that. One day, he was talking to a group of girls. My other friends and I agreed that it would be hilarious to pants him in front of those girls. Not wanting to waste such an opportunity, I snuck up behind him and pantsed him. To make that moment even better, I managed to snag his boxers at the same time.

    From then on, that friend wore his pants and belt properly.
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    I've always wondered just how gangsta it really is. After all, a real OG should be ready to run from the cops at all times.
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    I saw a guy sagging as he walked into a grocery store once. He would take two steps and his pants would fall to the point that he had to stop, pull them up, and then shove them down to proper "sagging" height. From there he would resume his double cadence, at which point the pants would fall again and the process would repeat.

    It was about 80 more meters of this to the store. We laughed the entire time at this amateur version of the Ministry of Silly Walks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrm1775
    I've always wondered just how gangsta it really is. After all, a real OG should be ready to run from the cops at all times.
    Apparently they don't run very well, if the Geto Boys are to be trusted.
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    I liked the original gansters better, with their suits and all, they had more class, they were italian ofcourse but you cant have it all i guess.
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