Posts Tagged ‘Happy Holidays’

A Very UvT Christmas

December 24, 2007

When did everyone start saying “Happy Holidays”?  I want to say Merry Christmas, I love Christmas, and I punk out too.  I’m one of those people who can’t tell if someone is Jewish on site.  It is all white people to me.  But this time of the year, I’m thinking about it all the time.  Right before I’m about to hit someone with that strong Merry Christmas say it I’m trying to figure out if a cat is Jewish or not.  Anyway, I know who this cat is.

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Yeah, this cat hits em with the dreadlocks too.  Keeping it real.  You know what would make it all easy?  Everyone should have Santa, then it’s easy.

Hanukkah Santa, I like to call him Hannuklaus:

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Let’s not forget about Kwanzaa Claus:

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Keeping it real.  Also, take some time to enjoy my favorite Christmas tune.

“Cause I ain’t gonna lie, all these Crimmuh lights got my light bill high”

Indeed “Thrill the Playa“, indeed.

-Brock

P.S. – By the way, never…ever, type the phrase “69 Boys” into Google.

Fuck.

When Keeping it Real Goes Right

December 22, 2007

It’s holiday time here at Us Versus Them, and Brock thought it was time to give the interns some love.  Lake likes to employ white frat boys and white chicks of questionable morality and a penchant for selecting outfits that leave little to the imagination.  Well, when I spend my money, I do it my way.  So when I went to my favorite store to get some giftcards this is what I ended up with.kwanzaa.jpg

That’s right.  Everyone is getting Best Buy Kwanzaa gift cards.  Fitzy, Kens, Mags, Angel, Amie, all of em.  Black history is American history people.

Seriously though, I couldn’t pass these up.  Of course there was a big stack of these.  I have a feeling Best Buy is going to have a high inventory of Kwanzaa cards going into 2008.  Do you see the interpretational kufi’s those people are rocking on the card?

Enjoy bitches, buy a CD on Brock.  That’s right a CD.  Interns gotta earn their stripes.  And no Angel, not the way Lake told you.  I’ll see you at the Christmas party though.

-Brock