6 Burst results for "Bro Kiss"

"bro kiss" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

06:05 min | 11 months ago

"bro kiss" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"Okay but you're like my country. Yeah that's my country. I wonder if that was on on the tape. It probably ate. what am i saying. Welcome back to the basement yard. The two thousand six. Apparently this recording on cassette. Yeah i guess so. I have to be very careful when i say cassette tapes now because one time by accident said cassatt tip and now it's like fucked with me forever and i go cassette tape. I was gonna say is tap like a fucking like your harbin. Djing like the bringer of death through some like secret book. What the fuck did any of that means. You've never watched enough comic. You're not a horror movie guy are you. We'll get scared dabble. But like if i would make like a reference to the economic con- you would know what i'm talking about. What the hell exactly neko's is when you fuck dead people. that's necrophilia. Yeah yeah well. It's not fucking people loving feeling. No feeley is like loving in the feeling wheeling them neck. Well you know what sure. No necrophilia is not loving the dead. It's it's literally kissing them. Well i think it's it's been come to be understood matching kissing a dead person role. That's wack bro kissing the debts trash. Dude that's gotta be so. I did the finger thing with you right. Yeah imagine that was bubis though dead. You think. Dead boobs are cool. No wanna because everything when. You're dead sucks. Well i i. I've never touched dead bubis. I've touched a dead like an arm. Arm and that sucked. Yeah my grandma's arm so wack dude. I vividly remember. We'll come back here. I vividly remember touching my dead relative and be like you know. There's like i wanted to like karate chop it because it was like no give and no feedback. It felt like dough that need to be to needed. It needed to be needed. It felt like a stale pretzel. Rod like there was just nothing to it. Yeah so. I would imagine that like the good. The fun with bubis is like they're warm. They'll give a little back to you. You know a waterbed touch them in they playing. Come back at you. Yeah but there's no dead movies gotta be trash. I'm i mean yeah. They probably just balloons necrophilia. Crime do we can't just go around fucking the dead. They've already been fucked enough rave robin grave rail and grave. Humping crave humping. But how do you get access to the dead. New work at a cemetery how everyone else gets access to elect. Does that mean that. Only those people are necrophiliac. Says there's got necrophiliac. Yeah i mean. I know someone who who works at a morgue and she like what i'm saying like i assume there's someone who's into necrophilia and that has like a has done that and you have to assume that what they're going around and like hopping offensive a cemetery and digging someone. Maybe i mean. I think that's what's tough though is about cemeteries though like you. Don't want him in the cemetery because they're either completely decomposed at that point in time or they've been there for a little bit like you got to get real lucky like stumbled upon them stumble upon like you need a stub upon a freshly buried body. I'm thinking like it's the people that work in the more you could check the dates yet at all august. That's not yeah. But i don't think anything right now is like i'll re talking about go for it. This is gandhi montas. Oh it's been democratized. Okay the but. I believe it'd be like the people that work in the lab where the like all right. We need to prep this body for the funeral. O on my embalming the embalming the poor like they hold their legs open like poor like what's it called cyanide that's not it they'll just burn i think know. I don't think i'd burn to you. I thought like oh. It's like poison bombing fluid called again. Why the fuck do i know. Because you're shuman. That has a brain. You should know this. I should know the embalming tech system. Yeah because people would dip cigarettes in it and smoke them. What you've never heard about that people would dip already trash cigarettes into embalming fluid and then smoke it yes they formaldehyde formaldehyde. Yeah sprinting lung cancer. Apparently it would faulk them up. But yeah i guess. Everyone has their vices. Whether you're fucking dead person or you're smoking getting put in them. Seizes too hot started this very hot. Sorry for everyone that and that's the other thing. Yeah who like show like. Who's the the crime is against the the fucker but like yeah. Is it like on behalf of the family and it's like so against. oh yeah. i think that you know. That's a so like i di- yeah i get fucked by the undertaker. Not the not the wrestler. The actual house insists pretty cool. Profession that i would do but like will it be like oh the you know becca files on behalf of me like yeah. Yeah know. it's the fan trouble when you're fucking dead. You're fucking the estate. Yeah that's right. That's what that's the rules. That's right that's right. You think when bezos dies. Someone's going to just finger pop them just to say they did it. That's a great question. But i feel like if you're like really famous than you probably get one of those like crazy like kind of graves that are locked with chains and then like forty years later a kid like dares his friend to go in there or something out of it and that's how horror movie start exiled circle metronomic on. Yeah you still don't know what that is now. It sounds like a big dead like bro. Bot thing ooh no. I mean it's a it's a villain clearly. It's a book. Negra momma gone negra nama con necker dominic nacro grows like the dead and the knock-on is like comecon. Yeah so it's like an event where you go to die so comecon you're dead when you get there no everyone's dead on the inside there anyway. Just keep it a little lighter you know. We're going to skip over this whole dead person. Shit what we will tell you about the patriot. Patriot dot com slash. The.

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"bro kiss" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"bro kiss" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"I don't know if there were at one of these games. But they don't sit on the floor. They sit behind the bench serve. This documentary just came out. There's no way he's out at a knicks game. There's no way to where how many people have hp. I'm sure most people okay section for thirteen for thirteen. There is no way you're gonna fly. No student of the week in four thirty man is your boy. Bigs are going to be disappointed. of course he is. He's bros kiss. This ain't what i'm used to. Momentum boomers sent me up down in a one hundred dollars in atlanta the gay. I can't bring my binoculars been here now. I can't see not that. I can't tell which team is. Which yo y'all pad boy which me son boy. Yeah so you could find them. And you won't see them on tv unless they do like shot of like the red wholesome in banner something like me. Maybe to clemson them all right. Let's go to fill in queens. What's up phil. Hey good morning I just wanted to thank her for giving you that picture. Out by the blueprint brewery shotgun. Yeah yes of course. That was a great picture. You tell me you're the guy took that picture. Yes i felt takes a lot of great pictures. I appreciate that The question now happy you is. Do you have any plans On the bow party of out doing that like a shotgun akasa migos or something like that. Well maybe maybe a shot of casa me shotgun of casa migos than we would probably pass out. It's a lot. But but i'm sure yes after the show is over. I'm sure we're all gonna toast to casa migos in the show and everything else and everybody showed up the absolutely. We will also sent you a couple of pictures in the past. When your buddy was with sean mcclay at the The yarn challenged empire challenge fill. You're you're the best man. You're really really great guy. And i appreciate all that stuff. It's my pleasure. I really appreciate you guys. You guys have town sticks hopefully fill. You can come out to the boat party and you can capture another fantastic boomer and geo moment. Because he's going to be lots of them that day and i get on the ad man. I don't think there's very we have to see how can can't say yes can't say no right. Now fill all right. But we'll we'll see what happens all right. I do appreciate that. There's only one undefeated hockey team right now in Sports happens to be the wasp's yes. I agree with you. Yes exactly. I appreciate it. Thanks all yeah. We're undefeated that we won last night. We mean you think you play. The game was late. That doesn't style had stopped past. Yeah but you know what just you know. the way. they're running the holy over. There is a big screw job and royal. Tell you one thing and do another. It's just the whole thing spaghetti. So the whole thing's as a you now you out of the wasp situation when you have the nine o'clock at night yes. This is a dramatic shift in. They tell you one thing and then they do another nice thing. Though finishing at eleven fifteen bright early you'd be for nine thirty game dramatic shea. Big shift dramatic. Yeah well it's a bunch of bs. Don't get me started all right. I won't i won't john nutley. Hello john john ella yes john. You're on the fan. Oh yes hi guys. Thanks for taking my call sir. I just wanted to piggyback on. What you're talking about the al s and lou garrick Night.

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"bro kiss" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"bro kiss" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"The single person tomatoes and those of the other Just Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Romano's and mother. Rage of the decay and wife must must be looked at dormitory. Pizza's not even a winding waving out and Macy's those members to start rewards. Can I gotta go? The race is going back up star rewards that last argument you have with your partner. Chances are it was dumped is nothing big, but you should make up kiss and make up day daily in from hot going. What was the last argument you had with your partner? Shower where she lied? That hair on the wall like Spider Man or something, bro. Over the wall, my pool going to see your girl sheds like a cat. Is that what you're saying? Like a grizzly bear today? That's called bro Kiss and make up there. You've got to say you're sorry. What? Here where you call her up? And you tell her that Harry is that you're gonna help her out. And you're sorry for fighting with that? What? You're gonna do any working in this shed? You call Chewbacca and you tell her that it's all good. Start your day with power 106 as we go 90 minutes commercial free weekday mornings at eight. New hip hop feature on the new It too. And the new one night rest in peace to pop smoke, Man. This is the new song called Got It on, Seo.

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"bro kiss" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"bro kiss" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"bro kiss" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:46 min | 3 years ago

"bro kiss" Discussed on Fresh Air

"That it's only paved. House fifty seven dollar. From the bro. Kiss. My momma sister. Thus by where my suitcase packed to. Say. Growing bed home mind. Daddy loves phone. Those two years Sukacheva prison working sick shift. That's the last time me too. Which should be. To do. Little. So bad. Bust in my own phone Brima, mom homes. The crew. It was kinda strange because when I when I wrote that and I showed my husband. He said, I don't know if that key change works, whatever kind of modulation, you're doing they're just I don't know. I just kept playing it over and over. I said yet does. And then later, everyone said it was genius. But right off the bat Fudd a little little strange. So the song that you just did hands of time refers to your father after the farm was taken away working job at the prison. And so is that the job that he took it? It was I I think it's a hard job for anyone who has it. You know, nobody nobody wants to be in a working in a prison. But he did what he had to do to put food on the table and him, and my mom worked very hard very modest jobs to make sure that we were never without your great uncle is a songwriter. And I don't know that I know any of his songs, but he's a songwriter who who wants to Nashville and kind of made his way there that open up any doors for you, at least a door in your mind, thinking someone. My family did this. So maybe I can do it to the for. Sure, we would we would come down family vacation and stay with with my uncle, Bob and my aunt Helen for a couple of days. And you know, he had gold records hanging on his wall. He's written hundreds and hundreds of songs wrote for George Jones song called writing on the wall. You know, he wrote for REBA he wrote for Charley pride, and and Tenny Tucker, and who so many people in and he had a, you know, just a regular job, and he was living in Iowa and his wife was supportive enough. When he said, I want to go to Nashville, I want to be a songwriter that they picked up everything and and move down here, and it did seem to be the impossible dream that he had conquered. And, but you know, I do think that that probably my mother thought that he could open all the right doors for me, and they would be nice smooth trend. -sition and I came to his house. He he lives in Greenhills and played him some songs like the first week. I was here. And he sat there real quiet and didn't say anything, and I said, well what you know. What do you think? And he gave me the the best advice that he carries. Go home throw away or TV throw away your computer, just sit there and just keep writing and. It hurt my feelings. But I needed that tough. Love you know, to tell myself I didn't need to keep working at playing and and hearing other people songs and seeing what made a good song. So I started going out to lots of open mics, and and listening everybody and cut my teeth. So, you know, in in terms of moving to Nashville to launch your performing career, they're one of the kind of central stories about your early career was how you and your husband sold the car and pawned your wedding ring. So that you'd have enough money to pay for the studio time to me. Yeah. We kind of put all our eggs in one basket. And it was really scary. He he just came into the kitchen one morning, and he's like, that's it. We're we're never going to be able to save up enough money to make the record that you need. And so I'm just going to sell the car, and I tried to talk them out of it. But he went down to gallatin road and sold it to carmax. And he came home. And then we booked the studio time the very next day and your ring to you pawn that yeah, we went down. I went to about three different pawnshops. And none of them wanted to give me very much because there's a crack in it. And it's missing one of the little diamonds on the side. And but they were gonna give me three hundred bucks. And we just agreed to get rid of anything that didn't suit us, and we did sell some music acquit too. But I, you know, the the ring it did kinda hit home and my husband said is just material possession. It doesn't matter. And while I agreed with him. I still liked my wedding ring with the chip in it. And so he eventually went back in and got it out of the hawk for me. And you have no idea. I'm actually looking at it. It's still got a crack in it still missing one of the. Even went to go get fixed. I'm gonna ask you to play a song from your new album. And this is called all American made. It's the it's the title song. Would you introduce it for us on play a little bit of it? Yeah. So that. Yeah. This song my husband, and I co wrote and it's been around for a minute. And it's funny. How songs kind of changed their meaning as as the world seems to change them for you. How's the meaning of the song change? I think there's just more weight in it. And at the time that I wrote it, and you know, we we wrote it serving the Obama years, and I feel like I've always been one SU question the people in charge. I enjoy playing the devil's advocate and being the protagonist. And so, you know, when when I wrote the song, you know, I was I was still upset with things that were going on. But I think America's just in such a divided heavy place right now. And I and I love I love my country so much. I, you know, I don't wanna leave. I just day to day wake up and read the news and feel confused. And and so this song has his yeah. Helps on some gray mornings. The song has a lot of versus want to choose a couple of your favorite play them yet starting after the the lead about halfway through the song is where where my. Everett wants start.

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"bro kiss" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:46 min | 3 years ago

"bro kiss" Discussed on Fresh Air

"No. On the eighth grade. House fifty seven dollar. From the bro. Kiss. My momma sister. Thus by. Suitcase packed to you. Tons. Growing up at home. He loves phone now two years old. Sukacheva prison working sick shift. That's the last time. Which should be. To do. Vaco it'll care. So bad. Bust. On. Brima mom homes. Crew. It was kinda strange because when I. When I wrote that in my I showed my husband. He said, I don't know if that key change works, whatever kind of modulation, you're doing they're just I don't know. I just kept playing it over and over. I said yet does. Then later, everyone said it was genius right off the bat was felt a little strange. So the song that you just did hands of time refers to your father after the farm was taken away working job at the prison. And so is that the job that he took it? It was I I think it's a hard job for anyone who has it. You know, nobody nobody wants to be in a working in a prison. But he did what he had to do to put food on the table and him, and my mom worked very hard very modest jobs to make sure that we were never without your great uncle is a songwriter. And I don't know that I know any of his songs, but he's a songwriter who who wants to Nashville and kind of made his way there that open up any doors for you, at least a door in your mind, thinking someone. My family did this. So maybe I can do it to the for. Sure, we would we would come down family vacation and stay with with my uncle, Bob and my aunt Helen for a couple of days. And you know, he had gold records hanging on his wall. He's written hundreds and hundreds of songs wrote for George Jones song called writing on the wall. You know, he wrote for REBA he wrote for Charley pride, and and Tenny Tucker, and who so many people in and he had a, you know, just a regular job, and he was living in Iowa and his wife was supportive enough. When he said, I want to go to Nashville, I wanna be a songwriter that they picked up everything and and move down here, and it did seem to be the impossible dream that he had conquered. And, but you know, I do think that that probably my mother thought that he could open all the doors for me, and they would be nice smooth trip. -sition and I came to his house. He he lives in Greenhills and played him some songs like the first week. I was here. And he sat there real quiet and didn't say anything, and I said, well what you know. What do you think? And he gave me the best advice that he carries. A go home throw away your TV throw away, your computer, just sit there and just keep writing and. It hurt my feelings. But I needed that tough. Love you know, to tell myself I didn't need to keep working at playing and and hearing other people songs and seeing what made a good song. So I started going out to lots of open mics, and and listening everybody and cut my teeth. So, you know, in in terms of like moving to Nashville to launch your performing career, they're one of the kind of central stories about your early career was how you and your husband sold the car and pawn your wedding ring. So that you'd have enough money to pay for the studio time to me. Yeah. We kind of put all our eggs in one basket. And it was really scary. He he just came into the kitchen one morning, and he's like, that's it. We're never going to be able to save up enough money to make the record that you need. And so I'm just going to sell the car, and I tried to talk them out of it. But he went down to gallatin road and sold it to carmax. And he came home. And then we book the studio time the very next day and your ring to you on that. Yeah. We went down. I went to about three different pawnshops. And none of them wanted to give me very much because there's a crack in it. And it's missing one of the little diamonds on the side. But they were going to give me three hundred bucks. And we just agreed to get rid of anything that didn't suit us, and we did sell some music acquit too. But I, you know, the the ring it did kinda hit home and my husband said is just material possession. It doesn't matter. And while I agreed with him. I still liked my wedding ring with the chip in it. And so he eventually went back in and got it out of the hawk for me. And you have no idea. I'm actually looking at it still got a crack and it still missing. Even went to go get fixed. I'm gonna ask you to play a song from your new album. And this is called all American made. It's the it's the title song. Would you introduce it for us and play a little bit of it? Yeah. So that. Yeah. This song my husband, and I co wrote and it's been around for a minute. And it's funny. How songs kind of changed their meaning as as the world seems to change them for you. How's the meaning of the sunshine? I think there's just more weight in it. And at the time that I wrote it, and you know, we we wrote it serving the Obama years, and I feel like I've always been one SU question the people in charge. I enjoy playing the devil's advocate and being the protagonist. And so, you know, when when I wrote the song, you know, I was I was still upset with things that were going on. But I think America's just in such a divided heavy place right now. And I and I love I love my country so much. I, you know, I don't wanna leave just day to day wake up and read the news and feel confused. And and so this song has has helped on some gray mornings. The song has a lot of versus want to choose a couple of your favorite play them yet starting after the the lead about halfway through the song is where my. Everett wants start.

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