Mug-Shot Monday: Guess What Pharrell Had Under the Hat
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THE STRUGGLE WITHIN Won this time, cowboy. Best of luck next go-around.
Mom? Let's say you gave up a baby for adoption all those years ago -- tough times, tough choice. Decades later, the agency calls. He wants to meet you. The knock comes at the door. Hello.
Ha This has to be the whitest, most minivan-driving-looking motherfucker that ever got a neck tattoo. Better luck next time, grandpa.
Introducing Mable She's seen Quiet Riot: 17 times. Whitesnake: 12 times. Ratt: 6 times. Dokken: 26 times. Dr. Alan Grover at the free clinic: 128 times.
craigslist: south florida classified Dwayne here has a sectional futon he'd like to sell you. And a full VHS collection of the X-Files, season 3. And a stack of pristine Nintendo Power magazines from the late '90s. And a bunch of white Hanes T-shirts, slightly used.
Surprise, Pop Culture Suckas This was what Pharrel was hiding under that stupid hat the whole time: a screwed-up boosie fade in the vertical.
Larry, Moe, Curly, and... Sebastian, the hidden son.
Nightmare Before Christmas fanboy Dude gets so much nookie during Dragoncon, it's unbelievable. Seriously, unbelievable. No, what I'm saying to you is you should not, ever, believe that. Look at that guy.
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