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ArchAngel
01-17-2008, 01:30 PM
LEARNING TO SPELL WITH "DARNELL"

This is "Learning to Spell with Darnell." I be Darnell
Sadler, and today we're gonna spell the word__________. Spell
it with me now, ____________. Now let's use it in a sentence.

Fortify: "I asked this girl down on 6 Mile--How much? She said
fortify dollars, honey."

Formaldehyde: "The police came to my door looking for my cousin Melvin,
I told them there ain't no place formaldehyde in the house,
it be too small."

Foreclose: "If I don't pay my alimony this month, I'll have more money
foreclose."

Fascinate: "My sister Wolanda bought a sweater with ten buttons on it,
but her brest are so big, she can only fascinate."

Disappointment: "My parole officer told me, if I miss disappointment,
he's going to send me back to the big house."

Dimension: "A lot of you ladies been calling in wondering what
Darnel look like. Well, he's tall, dark, handsome,
not dimension hung like a horse."

Derange: "Derange is where de deer and de antelope play."

Decide: "My favorite girls are Wanda and Yolanda, but I like to
keep a couple on decide.

Data: "At my basketball game the other night, I score a triple
double and my coach said data boy Darnell."

Copulate: "I called 911 and an hour later when they showed up, I said
copulate."

Connoisseur: "I says to my friend Ramone, man you really stink today,
what connoisseur did you crawl out of?"

Coatroom: "The judge said, one more outburst like that and I'll
have the bailiff clear the coatroom."

Clothesline: "When I came home late again, I found my clothesline
on the porch."

Catacomb: "I went to the Douglas/Hollyfield fight and sat next to Don
King: man, someone oughta get that catacomb."

Button: "My girlfriend Juanita bought some leopard skin stretch
pants. I said girl, you won't get you button 'em."

Beware: "I asked the man at the employment office, is this beware I
find me a job?"

Battery: "The coach told my cousin Reggie he better start swinging
the battery won't be in the line up tomorrow."

Bagdad: "I always wondered what was in the Bagdad use to
drink out of when he was sitting on the front porch."

Assert: "On the way home from work, I always take assert so my
old lady don't smell liquor on my breath."

Anus: "The policeman told me and my friend Jerome they be
looking for the two guys that held up the liquor store
and we said---anus."

Afford: "I wanted to buy a Cadillac, but then had to settle for
afford.

KajedAnimal
01-17-2008, 11:05 PM
Funny stuff...! :lol: