GHETTO MISDEMEANORS

Misdemeanor crime is an offense punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for up to one year or jail time and a fine.  Sometimes harmless, but never the less, we commit several illegal things all day long without even realizing it.   You better watch yourself, or you just might find yourself on the 10 o’clock news.

 Today’s Top 5 Topic is: Ghetto Misdemeanors

.    Copyright Infringement:  making your own extra copies of your baby’s pictures taken by a professional portrait studio

:    Petty Theft:  opening a bag of potatoe chips in the grocery store, before paying, to eat while you shop

:.   Trespass:  showing up to someone’s home unannounced

::   Disorderly Conduct:  yelling out in a public theater “You go girl”, or “I know that’s right”, while watching any Tyler Perry movie

::.  Misappropriation of funds or fraud:  deciding to buy those must have shoes versus paying the rent

 Is your record clean? 

  

RANDOM RANTS

People who keep stiff upper lips find that it’s damn hard to smile. Don’t go around being disgruntled all day. Got something to get off your chest? Speak up now, or forever hold your beef. Today is your day to free your mind and vent your thoughts before you go “Postal”.

Today’s Top 5 Topic is: Random Ranting and Things that make you say “WTF!”

 .      Stinkbugs

 :     Traffic

 :.    Anything at the dollar store that costs more than $1

 ::    My kids homework

 ::.   Non-English speaking sales workers at Wal-Mart

 What’s your beef?

 

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FASHION FAUX PAS

Has workplace attire become too relaxed lately? It’s getting harder to tell these days whether someone is headed to work or the club.  Well, according to an article in Bloomberg BusinessWeek magazine (http://www.businessweek.com), image consultants and office fashion experts say most 90% of office workers don’t know the difference between formal business attire, business casual, and just plain old casual.  So the next time you’re getting ready for work, think about whether you are about to commit one of these 5 most common workplace style sins.  

 Today’s Top 5 Topic is: Office Fashion Faux Pas

 .     Hooker earrings

:     Chest plumes; better known as chest hair

:.    Exposed bra straps

::   Tattoos

::.  Exposed toes

 Share a “hot mess” office fashion disaster you’ve witnessed or either committed yourself.   I’m sure we’re all guilty of a few.

 

MUST-HAVE INGREDIENTS

Have you ever went over a friends house to eat and the food just aint no good i mean the macaroni’s soggy the peas are mushed
and the chicken tastes like wood… (Lyrics from Sugarhill Gang, Rapper’s Delight)

Today’s Top 5 Topic is: Must-haves that can make almost anything taste better:

.  hot sauce

:  gravy

:. butter

::  salt

::. sugar

What’s your favorite ways to turn a bland food from blah to BAM!!

 

URBAN DIALECT

Ever wonder how two men can have a whole conversation through a pound of their fists and nod of their heads?  It’s said to be a universal language that requires no spoken word. Much unlike our lingo, catch phrases, and slang that continually evolve and change over time. Somehow though, through these words we are able to communicate with one another and know exactly what the other is talking about, with or without it being said.  As it goes, it’s not what we say, it’s what we mean to say. 

Today’s Top 5 Topic: 2010 Urban Dialect Jeopardy

.  answer:  Cause at the end of the day…

Question (What is said to state your point or basically the bottom line?)

:  answer:  50 million…

Question (What number is commonly used to describe an excessive number of times, places, or things?)

:.  answer:  Taking it to the next level…

Question (What is said when planning to do something bigger and better?)

::  answer:  Just keeping it real…

Question (What is telling it like it is; the whole truth and nothing but the truth?)

::.  answer:  I’m straight…

Question (What is a response given to describe how you’re feeling?)

Share some things you might say or have heard, how it’s used, or what it means.

 

 

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