There is an epic presidential election themed Yo Mamma Fight
going down on Twitter right now. I follow Matt Haughey
and Anil Dash
, so I saw bits of it in their tweets and, thinking myself clever, tossed out
and foolishly tried to keep up
. But then Anil pointed to the super duper momma-lode, between Fernando Rizo
and Lore Sjöberg
. Realizing I was out of my league, I gave up and am blogging some of theirs instead:
# Yo mama so fat, she authorized a $700 billion bailout of Dairy Queen.
# yo mama so fat, she thinks the G8 is a Value Meal.
# Yo mama so fat, her other biography is called "The Audacity of Hardee's.
# Yo mama so fat, the only Supreme Court verdict she wants to overturn is HomeTown Buffet v. Yo Mama.
# Yo mama so fat, she thinks sub-prime is a steak cut.
# Yo mama so fat, McCain refers to her as "Those Ones."
# Your mama so fat, when they asked which menus she reads, she said "You know, all of 'em."
# Yo mama's so ugly, Obama said "You can put lipstick on a pig and it would look a lot like yo mama on dollar margarita night."
# you moms so fat ACORN registered her to vote *three* times.
# Yo moms so fat Russia can see her from *their* house.
# Yo mama such a ho, the tab for the federal bailout plan is "700 billion dollars, plus fifty cents to have sex with yo mama."
# your mama so stupid she tried to arrange the genres on her iPod to put Country First.
# yo mama so fat McCain gives patronizing air quotes when he talks about the "health of yo mama"
Well played, dudes. Matt suggests this time-stamped Twitter search link
to get you started in the relevant part of @anildash's feed.
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