Bling Bling

May 28, 2006 § 9 Comments

An ongoing way for niggers to express materialistic crapulence identifying it by the noise it may make when jostled or otherwise disturbed either during ritualistic jungle dancing or high-speed flight from law enforcement is referred to as “Bling Bling”. The sound “Bling” is multiplied by the number of times gold jewelry is knocked together but is shortened to simply “Bling Bling”, since it is likely the chains will collide numerous times before the chase or the dance has ended. The reference “Bling Bling” has been expanded to mean things not made of gold and not likely to produce a bling sound when certain activities are performed. It has come to reflect a broader meaning of affluence, if that is even possible for niggers to attain. The dual usage of sounds to inject meaning for niggers to understand is an age-old principle, spanning as far back as the Flintstones where Barney and Betty Rubble named their first born offspring Bam-Bam after the noise he made when given a club to play with. Fred Flintstone’s famous “Yabba dabba doo” as an expression of delightful joy is also indicitive of sounds translating to primitive meanings. The Mazda Corporation, in an effort to redirect sales from Nissan to their new line of nigger friendly drug transportation vehicles employed an advertising campaign to include dual sounds to reflect a speeding vehicle evading the law. “Zoom Zoom” was sung with a Jamaican cadence and a Caribbean beat to attract niggers away from the Nissan vehicles, which have become over profiled as typical nigger cars. Police departments responded, but niggers didn’t. You can take a nigger out of a Nissan but you can’t take the Nissan out of the nigger. Unless the pimp demographic was onboard, drug running alone couldn’t support the necessary sales goals of Mazda. Niggers running east coast drugs have drifted to a SUV platform with 22” wheels and blacked out windows. Cadillac is brainstorming to develop a dual word catch phrase to keep niggers interested in their line of high end Escalades, but as it turns out, “Bling Bling” is a sufficient way for niggers to identify these vehicles. It has come full circle.

§ 9 Responses to Bling Bling

  • Dubs says:

    Hey wait…my first two cars were Nissan!!! I don’t have a car now, but I’m dying to own an Impala.

  • Intolerant says:

    Impalas are safe from profiling as long as the brothers aren’t buying them. How many times were you pulled over in your Nissans?

  • Dubs says:

    It was when I lived in places where there were only white people. Your idea of heaven, I’m sure. Never pulled over, just arrested when I totaled my Maxima. That’s different.

    I gave my Nissa Sentra to my brother and it was broken into on a regular basis. I never understood why. Does this explain it?

  • Intolerant says:

    Actually I enjoy diversity…it gives me an endless supply of material!

    And yes…your brother’s Nissan was probably broken into by [people] seeking drugs.

  • Dubs says:

    Aren’t Impalas their signature car? Or is it just the ones with Bling, Bling?

  • Trent says:

    Rofl. I love to see another person’s point of view on the subject. Having had a recent run in with the lesser species I’ve got to admit that this definately made my day.

  • Intolerant says:

    Dubs…you have niggers confused with Hispanics. They’re the ones identified by old Impalas, usually with hydraulic lifts and mariachi music banging from the trunk.

  • Intolerant says:

    Trent…I saw your post about the nigger party tearing up your house and the cops too scared to take action. glad I could present yet another perspective into the world of niggers as seen through the holes cut in my sheet…

  • NigrH8er says:

    I was robbed by a nigger driving a nissan

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