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(Celebslam)   Michelle Obama is *this* close to going Chris Brown on Beyonce's ass   ( celebslam.celebuzz.com) divider line
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2009-02-10 11:03:25 AM  
celebslam.celebuzz.com

GWAAAAAAAAAR
 
2009-02-10 11:09:28 AM  
That must be the most vapid piece of garbage I have ever read. My IQ dropped three.. uh... thingies... after reading that.
 
2009-02-10 11:20:37 AM  
O No She Di'Int!
 
2009-02-10 11:21:22 AM  
Tatsuma: GWAAAAAAAAAR

"I'LL SWALLOW YOUR SOULLLLLL!"
 
2009-02-10 11:45:13 AM  
FAP
 
2009-02-10 12:08:51 PM  
Mmmm....Michelle Obama/Beyonce sammich...nice....

/I'll be in my bunk
 
2009-02-10 12:12:01 PM  
Just wait. She'll be taken care of Marilyn Monroe style before long. And then the world will be a better place.
 
2009-02-10 12:12:12 PM  
My buddy and I were discussing how super-serial Michelle Obama really is recently. We concluded that, if Barack pulls a Bill Clinton that we'd be seeing Michelle led away from the White House in handcuffs with blood spatter in her hair after she slit his motherf*cking throat in his sleep.

She'd make Hillary Clinton look like a care bear. I feel that picture that they chose (how rude of them) reinforces our drunken theorizing. I am officially frightened of that lady.
 
2009-02-10 12:17:20 PM  
Celebslam quotes the National Enquirer as saying ...
 
2009-02-10 12:18:11 PM  
Cat fight? Oh it's on, biatch! I won't want to face M.O. in a fight.
 
2009-02-10 12:18:28 PM  

factoryconnection: My buddy and I were discussing how super-serial Michelle Obama really is recently. We concluded that, if Barack pulls a Bill Clinton that we'd be seeing Michelle led away from the White House in handcuffs with blood spatter in her hair after she slit his motherf*cking throat in his sleep.

She'd make Hillary Clinton look like a care bear. I feel that picture that they chose (how rude of them) reinforces our drunken theorizing. I am officially frightened of that lady.


WTF is this shiat?
 
2009-02-10 12:19:23 PM  
What an unflattering pic of Michelle Obama. It made the "Salt Vampire" from Star Trek flash through my brain.

farm4.static.flickr.com
 
2009-02-10 12:19:36 PM  
I approve. I don't care who you are, you mess around on me and I'll cut you.
 
2009-02-10 12:20:33 PM  
Link (linked to the right in the article, you're welcome)
 
2009-02-10 12:23:59 PM  

Bob Ondeeznuts: Link (linked to the right in the article, you're welcome)


yeah, that was definitely the most important part
 
2009-02-10 12:25:26 PM  
That would be fun to watch - a celebrity nappy headed hoe smackdown.
 
2009-02-10 12:26:23 PM  
I know there would be many Farkers fapping to this cat fight.

/she likes it, Beyonce, she put a ring on it
 
2009-02-10 12:29:54 PM  
i23.photobucket.com
 
2009-02-10 12:31:09 PM  
Link (Linked to the right in the article, you know you like it)
 
2009-02-10 12:31:39 PM  

mooseyfate: WTF is this shiat?


Episode of South Park featuring Al Gore and Manbearpig.
 
2009-02-10 12:33:45 PM  
mooseyfate: Mmmm....Michelle Obama/Beyonce sammich...nice....

If I had my way, I'd be the Oreo filing and they would be the wafers squeezing me to death.

/you gotta go sometime.
 
2009-02-10 12:34:50 PM  
img24.imageshack.us
Yowza!
 
2009-02-10 12:35:31 PM  
[image from img264.imageshack.us too old to be available]
 
2009-02-10 12:35:43 PM  

Ashtrey: mooseyfate: WTF is this shiat?

Episode of South Park featuring Al Gore and Manbearpig.


That was a "Who the fark actually says that shiat?" brand of WTF, not a "I've never heard that before" brand of WTF.

/Maybe I should start including "hella" in all my posts.
 
2009-02-10 12:37:42 PM  
Damn, that is one scary lookin' woman, even when she doesn't have her warface on.
 
2009-02-10 12:39:06 PM  
Thanks for the nightmare....
 
2009-02-10 12:42:07 PM  
jay-z vs obama / 2pac vs biggie WHATTTTTTTTTTTT
 
2009-02-10 12:45:40 PM  
She should be less concerned about Beyonce and more concerned about the start of moosehunting season.
 
2009-02-10 12:47:07 PM  
Although I voted for Barack, I must admit that I am saddened to see that we have our first p-whipped President.
 
2009-02-10 12:49:12 PM  

ca beach runner: Although I voted for Barack, I must admit that I am saddened to see that we have our first p-whipped President.


You weren't around during the Clinton administration?
 
2009-02-10 12:53:27 PM  
Yeah....I believe it...cause that website is such a reliable source.


/I want those 60 seconds back!
//I weep for the future.
 
2009-02-10 12:56:17 PM  

mooseyfate: factoryconnection: My buddy and I were discussing how super-serial Michelle Obama really is recently. We concluded that, if Barack pulls a Bill Clinton that we'd be seeing Michelle led away from the White House in handcuffs with blood spatter in her hair after she slit his motherf*cking throat in his sleep.

She'd make Hillary Clinton look like a care bear. I feel that picture that they chose (how rude of them) reinforces our drunken theorizing. I am officially frightened of that lady.

WTF is this shiat?



I know! It should be "Super Cereal".
 
2009-02-10 01:00:07 PM  

mooseyfate: That was a "Who the fark actually says that shiat?" brand of WTF, not a "I've never heard that before" brand of WTF.

/Maybe I should start including "hella" in all my posts.


Should all of Fark conform to your new rules on not making any pop-culture references, or just me?

Let me explain my rationale, and I'll use real words to keep your blood pressure in check. I used the reference to a fictional but reality-based Al Gore to describe an incomplete characterization of Michelle Obama based only on what I've read of her in the news. Thus, calling her "extremely serious and likely with a powerful dark side" would be disingenuous, because I simply don't know enough about her.

Furthermore, as I was making off-hand references to her killing her husband, deranged-housewife style with no real factual basis, I felt it was an opportune time to lighten up my message with a South Park reference. Satisfied?
 
2009-02-10 01:02:23 PM  

factoryconnection: mooseyfate: That was a "Who the fark actually says that shiat?" brand of WTF, not a "I've never heard that before" brand of WTF.

/Maybe I should start including "hella" in all my posts.

Should all of Fark conform to your new rules on not making any pop-culture references, or just me?

Let me explain my rationale, and I'll use real words to keep your blood pressure in check. I used the reference to a fictional but reality-based Al Gore to describe an incomplete characterization of Michelle Obama based only on what I've read of her in the news. Thus, calling her "extremely serious and likely with a powerful dark side" would be disingenuous, because I simply don't know enough about her.

Furthermore, as I was making off-hand references to her killing her husband, deranged-housewife style with no real factual basis, I felt it was an opportune time to lighten up my message with a South Park reference. Satisfied?



farm1.static.flickr.com
 
2009-02-10 01:04:43 PM  

factoryconnection: mooseyfate: That was a "Who the fark actually says that shiat?" brand of WTF, not a "I've never heard that before" brand of WTF.

/Maybe I should start including "hella" in all my posts.

Should all of Fark conform to your new rules on not making any pop-culture references, or just me?

Let me explain my rationale, and I'll use real words to keep your blood pressure in check. I used the reference to a fictional but reality-based Al Gore to describe an incomplete characterization of Michelle Obama based only on what I've read of her in the news. Thus, calling her "extremely serious and likely with a powerful dark side" would be disingenuous, because I simply don't know enough about her.

Furthermore, as I was making off-hand references to her killing her husband, deranged-housewife style with no real factual basis, I felt it was an opportune time to lighten up my message with a South Park reference. Satisfied?


I was just worried that was a phrase you used regularly, and in conversation. It's like hearing a person say "Ell-oh-ell" in a normal everyday conversation. Tell me you wouldn't want to redicule that person. They're begging for it.

/and yes, I've actually heard people say shiat like "super-serial" in conversation and actually think it was clever and awesome instead of groan-inducing and annoying.
 
2009-02-10 01:06:14 PM  
So how long until we get the COPS episode with the domestic violence call at the White House? Obama in his boxers out on the lawn holding back a hysterical Michelle in a robe & curlers while Beyonce, sobbing and clutching her torn dress, sits in the back of a DC Police car.
 
2009-02-10 01:10:00 PM  

factoryconnection: mooseyfate: That was a "Who the fark actually says that shiat?" brand of WTF, not a "I've never heard that before" brand of WTF.

/Maybe I should start including "hella" in all my posts.

Should all of Fark conform to your new rules on not making any pop-culture references, or just me?

Let me explain my rationale, and I'll use real words to keep your blood pressure in check. I used the reference to a fictional but reality-based Al Gore to describe an incomplete characterization of Michelle Obama based only on what I've read of her in the news. Thus, calling her "extremely serious and likely with a powerful dark side" would be disingenuous, because I simply don't know enough about her.

Furthermore, as I was making off-hand references to her killing her husband, deranged-housewife style with no real factual basis, I felt it was an opportune time to lighten up my message with a South Park reference. Satisfied?


I'm not. I find anyone who says "super serial" or "i'm totally serial" to be quite annoying. Never heard it before that South Park, not sure why it was in that South Park (did people actually say that, ever?), and I hate hearing it since that South Park.

Oh, and this article is totally stupid as well.
 
2009-02-10 01:11:07 PM  

Mugato: ca beach runner: Although I voted for Barack, I must admit that I am saddened to see that we have our first p-whipped President.

You weren't around during the Clinton administration?


Call me crazy, but I don't consider a serial adulterer as being p-whipped.
 
2009-02-10 01:20:00 PM  
smh.com.au

Like a president would ever want to be with a beautiful talented
woman who isn't his wife......
 
2009-02-10 01:21:17 PM  

Passive Aggressive Larry:

I'm not. I find anyone who says "super serial" or "i'm totally serial" to be quite annoying. Never heard it before that South Park, not sure why it was in that South Park (did people actually say that, ever?), and I hate hearing it since that South Park.

Oh, and this article is totally stupid as well.


Yeah, that about sums up how I feel about "super-serial", "hella", and the "Step 1, Step 2, Step 3" memes/cliches/referrences.

/Thanks, Larry
 
2009-02-10 01:27:13 PM  

ca beach runner: Call me crazy, but I don't consider a serial adulterer as being p-whipped.


Trying to secretly cheat on your wife doesn't preclude your being P-whipped. We saw a lot more of Hilary than we needed to politically. And following your wife around on the campaign trail when you really hate her seems pretty P-whipped to me.
 
2009-02-10 01:31:02 PM  
I'm going to go out on a limb here and note that Christina Hendricks is a beautiful and very sexy woman.
 
2009-02-10 01:33:20 PM  

Robert1966: I'm going to go out on a limb here and note that Christina Hendricks is a beautiful and very sexy woman.


Christina Hedricks thread?

/oh please, oh please, oh please
 
2009-02-10 01:35:35 PM  
I came here for Beyonce's ass.

Leaving disappointed.
 
2009-02-10 01:44:22 PM  

mooseyfate: I was just worried that was a phrase you used regularly, and in conversation. It's like hearing a person say "Ell-oh-ell" in a normal everyday conversation. Tell me you wouldn't want to redicule that person. They're begging for it.

/and yes, I've actually heard people say shiat like "super-serial" in conversation and actually think it was clever and awesome instead of groan-inducing and annoying.


It is useful only when describing something already stupid, and its use, for me is minimal and limited to the internet.
 
2009-02-10 01:46:32 PM  

Passive Aggressive Larry: factoryconnection: mooseyfate: That was a "Who the fark actually says that shiat?" brand of WTF, not a "I've never heard that before" brand of WTF.

/Maybe I should start including "hella" in all my posts.

Should all of Fark conform to your new rules on not making any pop-culture references, or just me?

Let me explain my rationale, and I'll use real words to keep your blood pressure in check. I used the reference to a fictional but reality-based Al Gore to describe an incomplete characterization of Michelle Obama based only on what I've read of her in the news. Thus, calling her "extremely serious and likely with a powerful dark side" would be disingenuous, because I simply don't know enough about her.

Furthermore, as I was making off-hand references to her killing her husband, deranged-housewife style with no real factual basis, I felt it was an opportune time to lighten up my message with a South Park reference. Satisfied?

I'm not. I find anyone who says "super serial" or "i'm totally serial" to be quite annoying. Never heard it before that South Park, not sure why it was in that South Park (did people actually say that, ever?), and I hate hearing it since that South Park.

Oh, and this article is totally stupid as well.


It was said back when I was a teenager. Late 80s early 90s.
 
2009-02-10 01:53:56 PM  

Mugato: ca beach runner: Although I voted for Barack, I must admit that I am saddened to see that we have our first p-whipped President.

You weren't around during the Clinton Adams/Madison/Truman administration?


At anyrate, I doubt this story has very much validity. Jay-z does not look like a guy that shares.
 
2009-02-10 01:57:28 PM  

Mugato: ca beach runner: Call me crazy, but I don't consider a serial adulterer as being p-whipped.

Trying to secretly cheat on your wife doesn't preclude your being P-whipped. We saw a lot more of Hilary than we needed to politically. And following your wife around on the campaign trail when you really hate her seems pretty P-whipped to me.


I would say that Bill did/does those things out of political expediency, not being p-whipped. I don't think you can be p-whipped by someone you hate, only by someone you love and/or need. If Hil left Bill, I don't think he'd give two craps. But if Michelle left Barry, I'm afraid we would then have our first emo President.
 
2009-02-10 01:57:57 PM  
Anyone who believes anything on that celebutard website is a retard. It's amazing what the media with come up with to appeal to the lowest rungs of society and it's really making me ill.

/wants those 20 seconds of my life back
 
2009-02-10 02:02:13 PM  
Somehow, someway, I'm betting there's a provision in the stimulus bill that guarantees Obama a threesome with his wife and Beyonce.

/Hey, he seems to be getting every thing ELSE he wants.
 
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