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Old 08-25-2009   #1
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Yo! Gangsta Kayappers!

Yo! Gangsta Kayappers!

With all the shiite goin' down about yakking and rapping, I just wondered what the two have in common.

For example, both kayakers and rappers roll with the windows down so their hair can blow.

What similarities do you all see?

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Old 08-26-2009   #2
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I smoke till I sleep, and make sure to always roll in my caddy with the gangsta lean.

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Old 08-26-2009   #3
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Big Ass Blunts Yo!

Big Ass Blunts are the standard for kayaking and bangin'.
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Old 08-26-2009   #4
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And apperently they live in Durango...
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Old 08-26-2009   #5
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Originally Posted by grandyoso View Post
And apperently they live in Durango...
Yes, apparently this is true.

Yesterday I was sitting at the stoplight at Camino del Rio and Main, enjoying Myron Floren's "Disco Polka" on the 8-track on my way to RiteAid to get the jumbo bottle of Metamucil Sugar Free Laxative (orange flavored, actually quite tasty). I recall quite vividly listening to Myron's stirring disco rendition of "Beer Barrel Polka" when this young person pulls up next to me, kayak on the roof, windows open, baseball cap on backwards like some out-of-context urban youth, and this hideous thumpa-thumpa crap spewing out for all to hear. Over the gut-rattling din I could make out the lyrics "bitch," "cap" and "fuck," but that was about it.

I rolled up the windows on my Oldsmobile Royale 88 to try to block out the awful noise to no avail, so I looked the punk right in the eye, rolled the windows back down, and cranked up the 8-track to "9." I was a little nervous, because I had never turned up the volume past "3."

Well, the kayak kid glares at me, turns up the rap noise even louder ("15" I think, if that's possible) and flips me the bird. At this point I'm pretty agitated. I'm thinking of calling the police, but the light changes and this young person burns rubber and screams down the road, probably to go to Wagon Wheel Liquors to buy some awful, cheap beer to drink in excess with his "homies."

My blood pressure gradually dropped, I got the laxative (on sale, buy-one-get-one-free), and headed to the Doubletree in time for the "early bird special." The meatloaf was excellent, thank you very much!
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Old 08-26-2009   #6
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Oh man... laughed so hard i think i peed a little.
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Old 08-26-2009   #7
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Originally Posted by TonyM View Post
Big Ass Blunts are the standard for kayaking and bangin'.
I think I just figured out why there are so many posts about leaving gear at a take out.
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Old 08-26-2009   #8
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Originally Posted by TonyM View Post
Big Ass Blunts are the standard for kayaking and bangin'.
me luv u tongey
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Old 08-26-2009   #9
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Okay, when you're deep in the shizzle we both roll out. Blunts have already been discussed. Sometimes we need to come up with some endz. Um, getting the right lean is important. A lot of us have dogz. When you outfit your boat, you pimp your ride. Just guessing here, but I think gangsta's don't like to swim, BUT they do like to kick it by the pool, as do I. Hmm, what else, this may be a bit of a reach, but "boof" sounds a bit like "booyah" (a "shotgun blast" for the fiber-enhanced diet crowd). Everyone loves hoes, that's a given. We all have an zip code and a 10-digit dialing prefix (critical to rep yo prefix, yo).I'm sure there's a lot more, I'll keep working on it professor, but right now I have to go do some financial analysis for my boss...but rest assured as I run deez P&L reports -- I keep it gangsta'.
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i got them chicken strips, my kiggers. you know!

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