Maybe instead of writing noise ordinance tickets, the cops should just start tazing these noisy little thug wannabes:<br><br>[b][i]Cop: "Young man, you need to turn your music down. You're disturbing the peace."<br><br>Wigger: "Nuh-uh...dat's my song...'cause I need to be pimpin' in my ride."<br><br>Cop: "Okay...Have it your way...BZZZZTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT<br><br>
wikipedia defines it as:<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>The term is a <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portmanteau">portmanteau</a> combining the words 'white' and '[censored]', or 'wannabe' and '[censored]', and is associated with cultural appropriation, like nigga.<p><hr></blockquote><p>i have no idea, but i wonder if this is something a person could say on television and keep their job? i've never heard it said on television, so i guess i wondered about the appropriateness and acceptance of the term by the general public. i was just surprised to see it here.<br><br>--<br>nobody has been held accountable for the poor (mis)intelligence on iraq or how it was used to justify a war in which people have died. nobody!
HAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHA!!!<br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Often characterized by his car, or "whip": usually an econobox modified with at least twice the car's book value in non-power producing modifications or an SUV with at least 5500 lbs. of curb weight. Traditional trucks can also qualify here, depending on locale (southern states' percentages are higher). All vehicles are also mandated to have at least 19" chrome alloy wheels, regardless of make. The typical wigger is also characterized by a strong desire to adorn gold jewlery (especially heavy gold chains) and athletic warm up suits. All equipment and clothing will be paid for by the parents of the individual in question, or the parents of said individual's "shorty" through the use of said shorty's credit cards.<p><hr></blockquote><p>
that term has 233 definitions on the urban dictionary site. wow!<br><br>--<br>nobody has been held accountable for the poor (mis)intelligence on iraq or how it was used to justify a war in which people have died. nobody!
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