This is one of the factors that makes it such a fascinating country to watch and to live in.It never gets boring and even local Japanese media loves to continuously find new sub-cultures to expose and market to.Sometimes there’s also a corresponding stupid dance move.Having studied White People for 30 years, my authority on the topic is absolute; this list is damn near bullet proof. White Girls in particular love this song because it gives them a chance to playfully reject a male suitor’s advances on the dance floor before blowing him at the end of the night. Unlike most of his peers on this list, the Biz is a guy long deep in the hip hop scene with lots of cred, yet to White People he’ll only ever be that fat funny-looking black guy with the wig who sings bad.The weird thing about this song – ubiquitous and beloved by Wisconsin grandmothers that it is – is that its lyrics contain the words "motherfucking," "nigga," "shit," and references to smoking dank. I remember watching The Box video network (where I learned everything I know about Black People) and seeing Tag Team’s follow-ups to this one: "Whoomp (Si Lo Es)" and "Addam’s Family Whoomp." I’m not kidding.
I always like to probe any Japanese girl I’m dating for what her parents relationship is like as a good indicator of whether I can expect her kind, giving behavior to continue. One thing that makes Japan a really great country is that there is a lot of variety in terms of how people live their lives.
Japanese girls love to joke around …and no topic is too taboo to poke fun at. Whatever it is you want, you can find a Japanese girl to match your taste.
Sure, they may seem shy at first, but once they open up it’s giggles and funny business all day long. Girls even hang little charms from their elongated finger nails!
Before he was shooting porn and marrying/divorcing Pepa (a near miss on this list herself), Treach was teaching White People the world over how to wave their arms from side to side above their heads while singing nursery rhymes. Man, what was the fucking story about this song and the other one that came out at exactly the same time by, I believe, 95 South called "Whoot There It Is?
" Somebody fucked somebody else over big time there.
I believe there is a law that requires this song be played at every Rock n’ Bowl.