yo mama

yo mama

interj. so you say. (Black.) Not enough bread! Yo mama.
See also: mama, yo
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''Si Dingdong Dantes, tatakbong Senador, okay ba sa 'yo Mama Ogs?'' wrote Diaz on his Facebook post on Sept.
Through his humorous, sometimes biting, blog posts at Nonprofit AF.com--with titles like, "When you host an unpaid Internship, a unicorn loses its pancreas," "How I used leadership and organizational development skills to survive four nights at a haunted hotel" and "Yo mama is a double-dipper: hinders' micromanaging of nonprofits must stop"--Le delivers messages that nonprofits need to hear, and sometimes may even find hard to hear.
Another user posted about mother-reactions and tweeted, "When yo mama yellin at you and she mess up a word".
Diallo's documentary"From Paris to Ferguson: Guilty of Being Black" ("Not Yo Mama's Movement" in the United States) examines the pervasiveness of ethnic profiling in abusive police identity checks.
The Granary: Not Yo Mama's New Year's Eve: The NYE Shake Down, including Elena Leona Project with Ilima of the Sexbots, Stephen Rose, Silva Mogart and Bree Concious, 8 p.m., $8.
Music by Snake Oil Medicine Show & Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band
The shawarma platter has a Yo Mama twist and vada pav, spiked with pickled chillies, becomes a Chinese-style bao.
One painting entitled Yo Mama (2003) is dominated by a pink background with an eroticized African female wearing stiletto high heels and holding a decapitated pink snake with its body connecting dichotomous worlds.
It is from this doubly removed vantage point that Hale's ironic "homage" (really more of an antagonistic "yo mama" joke) takes place.
The first show was called "Not Yo Mama's Garden" and featured fun garden decor, while the June show brought a nautical theme with "Keys in the Conch Shell ...
While taking a break from looking for that perfect gift, take a look at the video that flips the traditional "Yo Mama" joke on its side with its different take on it: a "Yo Mama" battle of compliments.
China ( which I invariably call Yo Mama!) and the new Dunkin Donuts , but now I know how to locate it.
The call was issued on the Dance Insider's Website by Paul Ben-Itzak, a writer whose alter egos include "DJ Yo Mama," on January 13 — the very day that Stewart died.
People in England forget that Mothering Sunday, as we quaintly call it, has only been around since 1982, when Ice T's massive ghetto banger Yo Mama (I Got A Buncha Daffs Fo' Ya) had its debut on Top Of The Pops.
The Worcester Kiltie Pipe Band, Knights and Ladies of the Society of Creative Anachronism, White Thunder & Friends Native American Drumming & Dancing, Yo Yo Mama and the Spinheads and the 15th Massachusetts Infantry Civil War Soldiers re-enactment group will be among entertainers, according to Scout leader Mark Baldi.