"N***A SAID "THEN YOU MAKE A DECISION ON WHAT TO DO TO SURVIVE" NO N***A... Read Full Story Getty Images Will.has worked with plenty of pop stars — Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Britney Spears — but he said in a recent interview that he'd be down to collaborate with the sweet and sensitive Taylor Swift."Taylor Swift is dope," he said (via E! I asked if they were familiar with the Oz usage 'acco', meaning 'academic'. I hoped, after I left, they would enter it on one of their little slips and add it to their gigantic compost heap - a candidate for admission to the next edition., Jim Davidson, adds a footnote: 'acca (slightly derogatory) 1, noun An academic rather than an intellectual, particularly adept at manipulating trendiologies, usually with full scholarly apparatus.The song was nominated for Record of the Year and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Grammy Awards in 2004."Where Is the Love" was released in 2003. So the group decided to include some of the their relationship problems into the song "Shut Up".World-wide problems, like terrorism, racism, war, and greed, are mentioned in this song. The Black Eyed Peas released "Hey Mama" on January 11, 2004.
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What you gonna do with all that junk All that junk inside your trunk?
I'mma get, get, get, get you drunk Get you love drunk off my hump My hump, my hump My hump, my hump, my hump My hump, my hump, my hump My lovely little lumps, check it out I drive these brothers crazy I do it on the daily They treat me really nicely They buy me all these iceys Dolce & Gabbana Fendi and Na Donna Karan, they be sharing All their money got me wearing fly gear But I ain't asking They say they love my ass in Seven Jeans, True Religion I say no, but they keep giving So I keep on taking And no, I ain't taken We can keep on dating I keep on demonstrating My love (love) My love, my love, my love You love my lady lumps My hump, my hump, my hump My humps, they got you She's got me spending (oh) Spending all your money on me And spending time on me She's got me spending (oh) Spending all your money on me O-on me, on me What you gonna do with all that junk All that junk inside that trunk?
This idiom is derived from 9 October: In the class for ponies under 13 hands there was a condition that the riders should be under ten years of age.
When the stewards 'put the acid on' the riders it was found that only one exhibit in a very big field carried a boy who was not over ten years old.
I'mma get, get, get, get you drunk Get you love drunk off my hump What you gonna do with all that ass All that ass inside 'em jeans?
I'mma make, make, make, make you scream Make you scream, make you scream ' Cause of my hump My hump, my hump, my hump My hump, my hump, my hump My lovely lady lumps, check it out I met a girl down at the disco She said: "hey, hey, hey, you, let's go I could be your baby, you could be my honey Let's spend time not money And mix your milk with my cocoa puff Milky, milky cocoa Mix your milk with my cocoa puff Milky, milky, right" They say I'm really sexy The boys, they wanna sex me They always standing next to me Always dancing next to me Trying to feel my hump, hump Looking at my lump, lump You can look, but you can't touch it If you touch it, I'mma Start some drama You don't want no drama No, no drama No, no, no, no drama So don't pull on my hand, boy You ain't my man, boy I'm just trying to dance, boy And move my hump My hump My hump, my hump, my hump My hump, my hump, my hump My hump, my hump, my hump My lovely lady lumps My lovely lady lumps My lovely lady lumps In the back and in the front My loving got you She's got me spending (oh) Spending all your money on me And spending time on me She's got me spending (oh) Spending all your money on me O-on me, on me What you gonna do with all that junk All that junk inside that trunk?
The research found that the biggest mood enhancer for people was listening to the radio while surfing the web, because they were able to enjoy the 'company' of the wireless while achieving more practical things online.
A spokesman said: ‘Radio listening reached its highest level ever recorded in the first quarter as 47.3 million adults or 91.6 per cent of people aged 15 or above tuned in to their favourite radio stations each week.
But it found that radio had the most mood-enhancing effect, with listeners saying that it lifted their happiness levels 100 per cent and energy levels by 300 per cent, compared to those not using any media at all.
The report said: ‘Radio is chosen as a lifestyle support system, to help people feel better as they go about their daily lives.