One of the Grove Street Families in GTA: San Andreas. Quite a funny character but as the game progresses you discover that him and another fellow GSF gangster, Ryder are selling and shipping drugs with the enemy gang.
I can't believe that BS would sell out on his homies.
Taken from the Borket Family of Ipswich in Australia who choose to breed internally so their family tree has no branches despite seeking medical advise against incest. Term hence used to describe an incredibly stupid act.
While doing a girl from behind while she is bent over a table, the guy leans in close and asks her what time it is. Before she has time to reply, the male yells, "Table time, bitch!" and slams her face into the table.
In an effort to spice up their long marriage Ike decided to execute a textbook table time on Sophia for their 80th anniversary.
A very good Japanese TV series and trading card game featuring some really cool monsters called Digimons. I liked the newer series's though I found the fact that the characters had the Digmon cards themselves a bit weird but it was good none the less. To some it was better than Poke'mon which actually came out AFTER Digimon was released in Japan. The movie was extremely cool and was done in such a way that seemed more real than the Series, not in the graphics or anything but just seemed... More real I suppose is the only way I can describe it? Anyway, the Digmons looked extremely cool with different stages of development and could temporarily 'Digivolve' into a more powerful form and unlike Poke'mon a lot of the monsters had weapons like arm mounted rocked launchers which made it a lot cooler to watch. Digimon was definitely my favourite trading card game (before I began collecting Magic the Gathering anyway) and I still have some of my favourite cards now. The Digimon series also produced a few video games which I never really played but I expect were quite good.
I can't think of a quote so I'll just say I think Digimon was the best Japanese TV series and card game I watched and played.