ON LANGUAGE: Kiduage – “Vehicles — wheels, as they were once called — are now whips. ”Have you seen Joe’s new whip? It’s a stretch Hummer.” An ordinary car is called a ride, while a large passenger car out of style or otherwise low on prestige is not a whip, but a scraper.” Hell, even I learned a few new slang words reading this. Pretty funny read though for the New York Times.

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  1. Hah, I loved the tone the article was written in. Anyhoo, Ryan Prins, you’re so bangin’! Er….time for some lunch. Hope it’ll be apple sauce. Yeah, I feel so uncool. :\

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