And Now, The Same Thing In Jive!

Finishing out lazy week here on the blog (I still promise to tell you why I’ve been lazy this week, but won’t do so until later), here is Sunday’s post in Jive (courtesy of the fine folks over at The Dialectizer, home of all your converting to dialect needs presuming your dialect needs are limited to redneck, jive, cockney, Elmer Fudd, Swedish Chef, moron, pig latin, hacker, and censor):

Okay, I’m digtin’ kind’a sick uh de “#1 beat de day ya’ wuz bo’n” phenomenon. ‘S coo’, bro. Everyone seems t’be postin’ dis one Facescribblin’, proud uh de particular beat dey is associated wid. As if dey had nuthin t’do wid de beat o’ as if de beat dat wuz #1 on de day dey wuz bo’n actually says sump’n about dem as some sucka’. ah’ plum don’t dig de whole idea. WORD!

And mah’ distaste fo’ dis issue gots nodin’ t’do wid de fact dat ah’ wuz bo’n in de mid-70′s and probably wuz bo’n when an absolutely rotten beat wuz popular. Ah be baaad… Dere wuz some great beats in de 70′s, but da damn chances plum aren’t baaaad.

Let me furda’ say dat mah’ distaste gots absolutely nodin’ at all t’do wid de fact dat da damn #1 beat de day ah’ wuz bo’n wuz Tonight’s de Night (Gonna Be Alright) by Rod Stewart. Man!

I mean, real? ah’ get some Rod Stewart beat? Dis game sucks.

But ah’ assho’ man ya’, ah’ dislikesd dis whole idea befo’e findin’ dat unpleasant fact out. Man! Really, I’m not lyin’ here. ah’ dun didn’t jump on de bandwagon at fust and dig eyebally t’post and den gots pissed when ah’ found out dat mah’ beat sucked. ah’ dun didn’t den honky jibe about it. Man! Really, ah’ real dun didn’t. Man!

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About David S. Atkinson

David S. Atkinson enjoys typing about himself in the third person, although he does not generally enjoy speaking in such a fashion. However, he is concerned about the Kierkegaard quote "Once you label me you negate me." He worries that if he attempts to define himself he will, in fact, nullify his existence...
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