[video] Are those Reebok or Nike (LMAO)

Please I beg you, just listen to the end it is worth it. Lol.


The listener of one of the radio stations in the Dominican Republic asked about letting the words of the song is “Is this reebok or nike?”. Lecturer from the beginning did not know what was going on, but after hearing the chorus realized what he meant.

[video] Nat Geo: Black People Laughing

” Why do Blacks laugh louder than other races? Maybe because they’ve seen the most struggle”

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Tighten Up Your Web 3.0 Lingo

Step Ya Web Lingo Up

With each revolutionary phase of the evolution of the web, new web jargon is introduced. Whether its “LOL” or “wiki’d,” “google me,” or something as overlooked as “email me” these phrases have their origin via the World Wide Web. Well, Twitter just released ten of the newest web sayings that have been coined The Web 3.0 Lingo. 1.

The act of socially conscious and sustainable conversations, interactions and recycled linking.
“Is your blog socialsustainable? Mine is” “How can our marketing be more socialsustainable?”

Viral marketing initiatives that are actually useful.
“Not only did Shave Everywhere make me laugh—I was able to configure and purchase my new electric razor online

3. Scrollax
Long form Ajax powered Web pages that scroll.
“Non scrolling Flash Web sites are DEAD. We need more dynamic Scrollax in this design”

4. Emotrics
The analytical measurement of emotions.
“Yes—we’ve seen the metrics. But what about the Emotrics? We need to measure emotional engagement!”

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