When your doing a chick in a dark room, and a car goes by and lights it up. You realize that the bitch is butt ugly and jump over the bed and book it.
Chris:"Dude, you know hot Jackie?"
Chris: "I had to pull a reading rainbow on her, she's an ugly shit"
Reading Rainbow was an American children's television series aired by PBS
from June 6, 1983 until November 10, 2006, that encouraged reading among children.
Each episode centered on a theme from a book or other children's literature which is explored through a number of segments or stories. The show also provided book recommendations for kids to look for when they go to the library.
Reading Rainbow was hosted by actor and executive producer LeVar Burton
, who is also known for his roles in Roots
and Star Trek: The Next Generation
. It was produced by On-Screen Entertainment for executive producers WNED and Great Plains National.
A regular feature was a children's book narrated by a noted celebrity. Some of the celebrities who have read on the show include Harold Littlebird (born in 1951) of New Mexico (The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush) and Michael Ansara (The Gift of the Sacred Dog, And Still the Turtle Watched).
Another segment of the show featured Burton in different places talking to different people about their work and other contributions, focusing on the theme of each episode.
The final segment of each show, called Book Reviews, began with Burton's introductory phrase, "But you don't have to take my word for it," and features children gi...
when you're screwing a girl with the lights are off and a car goes by and the room lights up and your partner is ugly, you jump over the bed toward the door.
Dude, that chick was so ugly i had to pull a quick reading rainbow!