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You like me! Of course, you probably don't know me very well.

Well you can tell by the way I use my walk

January 15th, 2010 by biscuit

Chewbacca*: big Saturday Night Fever fan?

emmanation: nope

emmanation: I seem to remember it being quite depressing

emmanation: right?

Chewbacca: oh emma

Chewbacca: there are so many life lessons in that movie….I am really starting to feel distant from you.

emmanation: I hate depressing movies

emmanation: tell me the life lessons

emmanation: without me having to watch it

emmanation: then we both win

Chewbacca: and horror movies are not depressing…….mmmmmmm you have issues

emmanation: horror movies aren’t even a little bit depressing

emmanation: you have it backwards

Chewbacca: I wholeheartedly disagree….Horror movies desensitize you to the world

Chewbacca: life lessons from Sat night fever


  1. There are two types of women….Neighborhood sluts and girls that want more out of life. You are better off with the latter.
  2. Hard work in a paint store will get you a raise.
  3. The weekend is for dancing not just drinking.
  4. A group of friends with similar interests is what life is all about until one of them gets beat up in a gang fight and then tells you on his hospital bed that it is not worth it.
  5. It is ok to have a sense of community and strut around it….and to dream of visiting other places in a bigger city.
  6. Watch out for Puerto Ricans…..They can dance better than Italians.
  7. Put a napkin over your shirt before you go out.
  8. Spending extra time on your hair will get you the girl in the end.

emmanation: LOL

emmanation: these are excellent

Chewbacca: 9) Don’t give a short whiney guy drugs…..It exaggerates depression and he may jump off a bridge

emmanation: too far

*not his real name.

3 Responses to “Well you can tell by the way I use my walk”

  1. Ogyechan says:

    To Chewbacca: Just like there are bad boys who actually turn into good husbands, I believe that neighborhood sluts secretly want more out of life, too. They are just afraid they don’t deserve it or won’t get it no matter how hard they try… until something suddenly frees them and life outside the neighborhood offers them a chance to reinvent themselves into someone who can figure out how to get more after all.

    Not that I speak from personal experience or anything…

  2. emmanation says:

    I wholeheartedly agree.

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