Insane clown possy the dating game
Then we'd go to the beach and walk in through sand.
I'd throw a little in your face and say I'm just playin'.
(Host Intro)Let's meet contestant #1He's a schitzophrenic serial killer clown, Who says women love his sexy smile. Tell me what you'd do to make that first impression reallystay. Your dad would probably start trippin', and get me pissed.
(Sharon)Contestant #1, I believe first impressions last forever,so let's say you were to come over to my parents' houseand have dinner with me and my family. Hurry up bitch I'm hungry, I smell spaghetti, I'd pinch her limpy ass and tell her get the food ready!
When we go to the beach and walk through the sand I throw a little in your face and say, I'm just playin As you spit it all out, I'd rub your back And grab your underwear and wedge it up your ass crack!!
Well it sounds like contestant number two Is just over-flowing with sensativity, Sharon It's a tough choice so far Sharon, let's have your last question and See which one is going to win the rights to your neden Okay, if we were at a dance club, and you both noticed me at the same time.
Contestant number one, I believe first impressions last forever So let's say you were to come over to my parent's house And have dinner with me and my family Tell me what you would do to make That first impression really stick Let's see, uh, well, I'd have to think about it I might show up in a tux, HA!
, but I doubt it I'd probably just show up naked like I always do And look your momma in the eye and tell her, FUCK YOU!!!
Tell her that she's fat, yeah, that'll work even better! He's a schitsofranic serial killer clown, who says women lo-o-ove his sexy smile. So let's say you were to come over to my parents house and have dinner with me and my family tell me what you'd do to make that first impression really stick? Contestant #1 I believe first impressions last forever. Please become a Guardian Angel today by starting your monthly gift.There’s no better feeling than knowing you are providing hope for a brighter future to people in need in Appalachia.