1. first time performance of cunnilingus
2. first time using tongue action during fellatio
3. first time using tongue when kissing
etym: debut+tongue cf debutant
So, Joe, I hear you had 3 sisters last night?
Yeah, & everyone involved debutongue!
1. I was the first one ever munched Debbie
2. Carmen was so hot & wild she started tonguing my cock like it was the worlds last ice cream cone!
3. & their baby sister, just 18, responded well to her first french kiss!
All in all, a helluva bargain for just 1 bottle of lemon gin; I highly recommend this ttrio for YOUR post-bar mitzvah party, too!
|2.||I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love|
If you're searching for a dose of party music, you won't find it on I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love. Lyrically, this debut album by the outstanding (and my favorite) band, My Chemical Romance, is definitely on the darker side. Lyrics like "The amount of pills i'm taking, counteracts the booze i'm drinking", from Honey, This Mirror Isn't Big Enough For The Two Of Us, and "I think i'll love to die alone" from Cubicles, are typical of the New Jersey band's less than rosy outlook. But like so many angst-ridden alternative rock/emo bands who have begun to emerge since the early 2000's, My Chemical Romance knows how to exuberant and introspective at the same time. Musically, the tend to be aggressive and hard-rocking, but lyrically, they're all about introspection. Produced by Thursday's lead singer, Geoff Rickly, this album is a generally phenomonal effort - one that deals with a lot of negative emotions, and does so in a very candid way. Some might find the lyrics depressing, but then again, rock music isn't necessary obligated to appease to positive outlooks 24/7. Saddness, pessimism, anger, disillusionment - none of which are difficult to find on this album - are like happiness, pleasure, and optimism. Imore...
Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love, doesn't fall short of exceptional, and is a noteworthy, generally respectable debut for the New Jersey combo.
Wes Borland, formally of Limp Bizkit, Eat the Day and Big Dumb Face, is a renowned guitarist, best known for playing guitar using his fingers rather than a pick. In his time with Limp Bizkit, he played lead guitar. He and Fred Durst had issues with one another, which led to him leaving Limp Bizkit, eventually forming Black Light Burns, a supergroup currently touring after the release of their debut album, Cruel Melody.
''Mesopotamia, Mesopotamia, You fuckin' give me the creeps, you fuckin' give me the creeps...'' Wes Borland, Black Light Burns - Mesopotamia
is the New-Age Native Tongue, also know as The Hobbyshop Heromore...
The Super Emcee (Slash) Beat Fanatic (Producer) has been releasing music on a World wide scale since 1998.
He is 1/3 of the Underground hiphop Super group Equilibrium (Celph Titled, Majik Most & Dutchmassive) from Tampa Bay, Florida.
Released his debut solo album "Junk Planet" in 2004 on Freshchest Records & his Sophomore Lp titled "Crush Your System" on the world renown RAWKUS RECORDS in 2007
A Demigodz affiliate & one of the original member of the very exclusive Super Producer crew "Beat Fanatic" (SlopFunkDust, Illmind, M-phazes, Dela, Rik Marvel
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Colbert: AP the Biggest Threat to America By JAKE COYLE, AP Entertainment Writer
54 minutes ago
Stung by a recent Associated Press article that didn't credit him for coining the word "truthiness," Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert has struck back.
The world's oldest news organization, Colbert says, is the "No. 1 threat facing America."
On Wednesday evening, Colbert placed the AP atop the Threat Down segment of "The Colbert Report" show. What was No. 2?
In October, on Colbert's debut episode of the "Daily Show" spinoff, the comedian defined "truthiness" as truth that wouldn't stand to be held back by facts. The word caught on, and last week the American Dialect Society named "truthiness" the word of the year.
When an AP story about the designation sent coast to coast failed to mention Colbert, he began a tongue-in-cheek crusade, not unlike the kind his muse Bill O'Reilly might lead in all seriousness.
"It's a sin of omission, is what it is," Colbert told The AP on Thursday. "You're not giving people the whole story about truthiness."
"It's like Shakespeare still being alive and not asking him what `Hamlet' is about," he said.
The Oxford English Dictionary has a definition for "truthy" dating back to the 1800s. It's defined as "characterized by truth" and includes the derivation "truthiness."
Michael Adams, a visiting associate professor at North Carolina State University who specializes in lexicology, pointed to that ...
|6.||I Love Lucy|
I Love Lucy is a television sitcom that aired in the 1950s. During that time, it was the most popular American sitcom. It starred comedienne Lucille Ball, her husband Desi Arnaz, Vivian Vance and William Frawley. The series ran from October 15, 1951 to May 6, 1957 on CBS (180 episodes, including the "lost" Christmas episode). This show was ranked #2 on TV Guide's top 50 greatest shows of all time in 2002, behind Seinfeld and ahead of The Honeymooners. The program was filmed at Desilu, the production studio jointly owned by Ball and Arnaz.more...
The sitcom was based on a radio show starring Lucille Ball and Richard Denning called My Favorite Husband. Denning was enthusiastic to continue his role as Ball's husband, but Ball wanted her real-life husband, Cuban-born musician Desi Arnaz, to play her onscreen spouse. Studio heads were worried that American audiences would not find such a "mixed marriage" to be believable, and were concerned about Arnaz's heavy Cuban accent. But Ball was adamant, and they were eager to have her in the part. To help sway their decision, Ball and Arnaz put together a vaudeville act featuring his music and her comedy, which was well received in several cities. In the end, CBS agreed, but refused to let Desi Arnaz's role be part of the show's title (as in "Lucy and Ricky"). After lengthy negotiations, Arnaz relented and agreed to "I Love Lucy", reasoning that the "I" would be his part.
Arnaz persuaded Karl Freund, cinematographer of Fritz Lang's Metropol...