I came out of my mom’s stomach thinking I was going to own America.
I'm on the border of Bolivia, working for pennies Treated like a slave, the coca fields have to be ready The spirit of my people is starving, broken, and sweaty Dreaming about revolution looking at my machete But the workload is too heavy to rise up in arms And if I ran away, I know they'd probably murder my moms So I pray to Jesu Cristo when I go to the mission Process the cocaine paste, and play my position
It's a shame that pantyless party girls get more attention than the real heroes, the nurses and teachers and moms.laura penny
"Oh, son, I wish you hadn’t become a scenario writer!" she sniffled."Aw, now, moms," I comforted her, "it’s no worse than playing the piano in a call house."s. j. perelman
moms and daughters can negotiate over anything, and they can go on longer than it took to settle the Vietnam War.Steve Schirripa