|1.||body of bay watch face of crime watch|
when u see a girl from behind and she look fine, then, she turns round an she has got a face like a criminal.
so its body of bay watch face of crime watch.
(adj) A movie that is profitable, but at the same time painful to watch.
I wish I never saw that Michael Bay movie.
I would rather die than watch another Michael Bay movie.
I would rather watch an abortion being performed than 10 minutes of a Michael Bay movie.
In hell all movies are Michael Bay movies.
|3.||old bay jay|
When you powder up your manhood with some Old Bay right before you catch the bop from a sexy lady, then watch her reaction when she tastes the tasty goodness of Old Bay on your meat. You know shes from MD if she doesnt stop lickin your lollipop.
I caught that bitch by surprise last night when I made her give me an Old Bay Jay, her eyes popped open with pleasure and she went at it like pro all night long.
A phrase coined by NFL analyst to describe the ongoing episodic soap-opera like exploits of Brett Favre during the NFL's 2008 off-season through the NFL's 2009 off-season following his first retirement from professional football on March 4th 2008.more...
FIRST EPISODE: On March 4th, 2008 Brett Favre retires from professional football and retires as a member of the Green Bay Packers. He stated that the reasons were because the chances of making the Super Bowl were slim. He also stated (and later contradicted) that the decision was not based on anything the Packers did or didn't do.
SECOND EPISODE: On July 2nd media rumors buzzed about a possible return to the Packers and a comeback for Favre.
THIRD EPISODE: July 11th 2008, Favre sent a letter to Packer GM Ted Thompson asking for his unconditonal release, which wasn't granted. Thompson stated Green Bay had made commitments to Aaron Rodgers that he wouldn't break. Favre's contract gave him leverage to void any trade by not reporting to the camp of said team.
FOURTH EPISODE: July 14th, Favre appears in an interview with Greta Van Susteren. He states that he never fully commited to retirement and felt guilty of retiring too soon. He also stated that he was pressured by the Packers organization to make a d...
NOT HILLBILLYS!!!!! Green Bay has a awesome football team named the Green Bay Packers. You may go to Bay Beach soon to have the Zippin Pippin also known as ELVIS' favorite rollercoaster. Yes you heard right ELVIS. Green Bay is located in Wisconsin. Obama has visited Wisconsin seven times. Green Bay is home to "So Fly Like A Cheese Head", The Ready Set, and some of the coolest people you will ever meet. Our football players are great people who help in the community and meet their fans.
DONALD DRIVER <3 CLAY MATHEWS <3 TRAMON WILLIAMS <3 BAY BEACH <3 LAMBEAU FIELD <3 ZIPPIN PIPPIN <3
P.S. watch us beat the Bears tomorrow(;
Cool kid 1: Green Bay is soo cool!
Cool Kid 2: I KNOW RIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!
Mike: Thats sooo cool!
Phil: You mean thats soooo Green Bay!?
An underpopulated suburb in the middle of Florida. The only thing to do here is smoke weed and possibly watch Adventure Time while you're tripping. The "scene" crowd and wanna be break dancers take up this city. and lots of people are sexually active. mostly its just the teens. Almost everyone that moves here is from new york, mostly upstate. which is one thing i can never understand. just stay in New York..at least down there your hot dogs don't have rations of rat meat in them. oh and you cant forget all the sluts and wonderous sexting and also the various meth labs in motel 6.
1: hey lets go to orlando
2: hell no lets go to palm bay pick up some sluts and meth and call it a day
1:alright dad i guess i have to go with it..its your birthday.
|7.||Favre Watch pt. II|
A continuation of Favre Watch, a series of the ongoing, episodic, soap opera like exploits of Brett Favre chronicling his second comeback from retirement and signing with the Minnesota Vikings.more...
FIRST EPISODE: On the morning of August 18th , 2009, WCCO-TV, a CBS affiliate in Minneapolis, Minnesota reported that Favre would sign with the Minnesota Vikings later in the day. ESPN.com later reported the same news, as Favre would sign a contract with the Vikings pending a physical.
SECOND EPISODE: Favre officially signed with the Minnesota Vikings on August 18, 2009. He was signed to a two-year, $25 million deal. The contract stipulates that Favre is slated to make $12 million in 2009 and $13 million in 2010. The contract does not contain performance bonuses/incentives, like most other NFL contracts, and $6 million is guaranteed for skill and injury. This means that if Favre does badly over the next few weeks the Vikings can’t get out for less than six million. The contract also states that the 2009 salary payments are deferred, $4 million over the season, $4 million in March and $4 million in 2011.
THIRD EPISODE: In an August 19th news conference, Favre tells of the events that made him decide to sign with the Vikings. Among the reasons stated were that a call from Brad Childress came just as he was working ou...