Posts Tagged ‘Soulja Boy’

Mo Money

March 21, 2008

Tax season is coming and when you stack paper like me and Lake you know you need some outside help to make sure things go smoothly. Here at Us Versus Them, we want to make sure you have access to only the finest services available.

Oh damn. Seriously, what the hell are they selling here? Is that really for tax services? Do people think it is better if your accountant (you have to assume that at least one of these guys is an accountant…right?) drives yachts and Ferrari’s? Fine all of that aside what was up with the dude that “got some bathing apes” on the beach?

And i’s not just for the fellas the ladies can get some too.

And the moral of this story is, if you can’t get your hair done and drive a busted car, you can hit up Mo Money taxes and head straight to the Lexus dealership…apparently you shouldn’t forget your Master P CD.

Once again it’s on…and I got the Hook UP….UHHHHHHHHHH!

and I’m rollin’

The sad thing is that people will watch that and think it is actually a good idea.



LOL.. That’s fucking hilarious. I especially like the different marketing schemes based on demographics. Ha. Men want bling and babes, women want pretty hair. Not sure why, but there’s something about a hair salon that just makes me laugh off the top.  That high ponytail signifying chaos in one’s life…regrettable every time.  Haven’t seen that since college, though it was usually covered up by some dingy, broke ass, sittin on high hat piece.

– Lake

Crank That Soulja Boy Jumps the Shark

December 13, 2007

I said I wasn’t going to do this, but uhhhh, this joint is crazy:

I still wasn’t going to do it until I realized the chorus is “Jewwwwwww! Crank that Kosha Boy” Spin the dreidle watch it rooooolllllll.

I’ve seen this before. Right when Katie Couric said “Bling Bling” on the Today show. Ellen DeGeneres cranked that Soulja Boy with Jordin Sparks when the camera panned to an old lady in a wheelchair in the audience Supermanning that Ho. It’s officially over.


Soulja Boy Dance: Last One I Promise.

November 12, 2007

This was just too good to pass up:

Now if I remember the Soulja Boy Instructional Videoproperly, you’re suppose to crank it back three times then yuuuuueeeeee to the left first.  If she did it right, she could have avoided the whole thing.  Ha!


When a Little Bit Terrible is Just Right

October 11, 2007

A few days ago, in his Kanye post, Lake mentioned Kanye and Mos Def’s effort “Drunk and Hot Girls” as not going far enough, or going way to far. In fact, Mos Def errrr Black Jack Johnson has been really good at going to far lately with his rock band, and barely selling albums. There is a fine line between a good and funny parody and going waaay to far. You cross that line and you end up in the land of terrible. Just like Kanye’s leather jacket, bow tie combo. Anyway, apparently Soulja Boy Tell Em must be a great inspiration for getting people just to the right point of hilarious. Check this dance to “I got me some Bapes”

Oh man, that is great. I mean don’t get me wrong, it is bad…but it is perfectly bad. They aren’t trying so hard that it is corny and they aren’t so bad it is unbearable. Here’s an example of the same thing going to far:

WTF? First the cat tries to act all gangster, then tightens (literally) right up into first position, or a plie’, or some ol’ cat sh*t. Terrible from top to bottom. From that extra loose wife beater and those pajama pants, to his boy who is all ballet and no gangster, to that wild choreographed dance.

More examples:

Andre 3000 usually keeps it hot.


I mean I wouldn’t wear it, but he pulled it together.


Then he decided to throw on the Croatian national flag scarf, the Pocahontas boots, and the Navajo blanket with the stunna shades…and yes the hat has ear flaps. Too far, and working too hard.



The shirt is aggressive, that belt is probably worse than you can tell, but it comes together great.


Then he goes three buttons too far, adds racing gloves and gold chains with his gold watches and pairs it up with the gold stunnas and takes the journey into ridiculousness. He even admitted on his last album that this was too much (“I know my tuxedo was a little too guido”).

White Girls Dancing:

Working with something…

she had nothing to shake, but she is working hard.

This chick goes too hard…

That’s just funny.

Black Eyed Peas


just pick one. it’s not blissfully ironic, it’s just horribly wack.