Today marks the 25th Anniversary of Jaden’s Dad’s coming of age. West Philadelphia was too small for him, and he took a cab… ALL THE WAY to Bel-Air. There, in time, he became KING! Sorry, that’s T.I.P. comin live from the V.I.P. Will Smith, however became the FRESH PRINCE OF BEL-AIR. He told the story better:
The English didn’t find it enough to troll us with the most linguistically nonsensical language possible, but they spread that throughout the earth, and are forcing this African to type using just that for you to understand this post. It turns out Shakespeare wasn’t the only one to make up words, “jus coz”… but it’s a thing these hacks did even with their town names.
They forced Channel 4 News Weatherman, Liam Dutton to jump through this verbal hoop, watch him land like the top cat in the alley he is:
There are very few occasions weatherman deserve mic-drops… this is one of those. Reminds you of that moment you need to recall the State Fish of Hawaii don’t it?
Aw, man! This is definitely the first game I remember crushing on my brother’s bootleg chinese version of the Nintendo console in South Africa right here. Here’s a fun fact from Fortune you might have not known, sorta like my brother didn’t know it was me who poured water on the console to “fix it” all those years back. (COME AT ME, BRO!):
Super Mario Bros. wasn’t the first game to feature Mario. He technically was born in 1981 in the Donkey Kong arcade game. But at the time, he was only known as “Jump Man”—and his iconic moves were rudimentary. It was Super Mario Bros. that gave him an identity and made him an icon. To date, the character has appeared in over 200 games, according to Nintendo.
I just don’t remember Mario being this violent. Guess he finally got tired of being hoodwinked by princess facades. I feel ya, brotha: