Joan doesn’t try to compete with Dawn over who has it worse—a single mom or a minority female—but instead itemizes what they have in common. She laces her hands together and catapults Dawn up over the wall.
*hysterically, not histerically 😒
The Vicar in White joke (Part 2/2 - the response)
A boy is born with no body, no arms and no legs. He was just a head. On his 18th birthday, his father took him for his first pint and he took a sip and WHOOSH, out plops his torso! Everyone tells him to take another pint and he does and WHOOSH, out plop his two arms! His father, very excitable yells “take another sip!” and the boy takes a sip and WHOOSH, out plop his two legs! The boy was so excited that he runs into the road and into the path of an oncoming truck and gets killed instantly! A man turns to the boy’s father and says: “That boy should have quit while he was a-head.”
Dark Night of the Soul (feat. David Lynch) - Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse | Parallel Corners - The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble | Nightmare - Artie Shaw | Harlem Nocturne - The Viscounts | Black Coffee - Peggy Lee | Adaptation of the Koto Song - The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble | L.A. Noire Main Theme - Andrew Hale | Taxi Driver Theme - Bernard Herrmann | Au Bar Du Petit Bac - Miles Davis | M Squad Theme - Countie Basie | Naked City - Raymond Scott | In a Sentimental Mood - Duke Ellington & John Coltrane | So What - Miles Davis | (I Always Kill) The Things I Love - The Real Tuesday Weld feat. Claudia Bruken | Torched Song - The Real Tuesday Weld feat. Claudia Bruken | Minor 9th - Andrew Hale | Red Dawn - Black Chamber | Sophisticated Lady - Duke Ellington | Jeep’s Blues - Duke Ellington | Teleology - Black Chamber | Put the Blame on Mame - Anita Kert Ellis