How's Atlanta?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by unrelated, Jun 12, 2008.

  1. Yeah, Welcome to Atlanta, jack and hammer and vogues'
    Back to the mackin' and jackin' the clothes, adolescent packin a fo'
    A knock on the do', who is it?
    I would happen to know, the one with the flow
    Who did it?, it was me I suppose
    JD in the Rollz and Luda's in the Cutt Supreme
    Skatin down old Nat, Gat tooked and lean
    I split ya spleen, as matter' fact I split ya team
    No blood on the sneaks, gotta keep it so my kicks is clean
    I get the cream, cops see me flick my beams
    Im allergic to 'doc perscribed anti-histemines
    Oink Oink, Pig Pig, do away with the pork
    Only silverware I need's a steak knife and a fork
    Did you forget your #$%#in' manners, Im loose with banners
    Ludacris, Johnny Rockets when I shoot the cannon
    The Wooley Mammoth Saber-Tooth, #%!@ bite your tounge
    I wont stop until I'm rich as them whites'll come
    I pull up in the black Lotus, you're plaque's are bogus
    So I stripped them off the wall
    Waiting for my cue to corner pocket eight balls
    You rackin' 'em up, I'm big paper like pancakes, stackin' 'em up
    In fact I'm slappin' 'em up, Cadallacin' the truck
    I cant loose with 22"s, #%!@ thats whats up
    Runnin in the back the #$%#, better than in the aquaduct
    chil-li-li-li-li-n.. what

    [Chorus]
    [JD]
    Yo, Yo.. Yo..Yo, Yo,
    Welcome to Atlanta where the playas play
    And we ride on them things like every day
    Big beats, hit streets, see gangsta's roamin'
    And parties dont stop til' eight in the mornin'
    [Ludacris]
    Welcome to Atlanta where the playas play
    And we ride on them things like every day
    Big beats, hit streets, see gangsta's roamin'
    And parties dont stop til' eight in the mornin'

    [JD]
    Now the party dont start 'til I walk in
    And I usually dont leave until the thing ends
    But in the mean-time, in between time
    You work yo thing, I'll work mine
    I been puttin' it down here since 83'
    Since the Lakeshore/MD rivalry
    More froze than bad ice, with a place to be
    If you was ridin', you was ballin' to homie Shadi
    Im the MBP, Most Ballenous Player
    Make my own rules, #%!@ call me the mayor
    Monday night, Gentleman's Club
    Tuesday night, I'm up in the velvet room, gettin #$%#ed up
    Wednesday, I'm at strokers on lean
    Thursday, jump clean, and I fall up in cream
    Friday, shark bar kyack with Frank Ski, right on the floor is where you can
    find me
    Saturday, is off the heezy fo' sheezy, you can find me up in one-tweezy
    Sunday, is when I get my sleepin'
    Cause on Monday we be at it again, Holla!
     
  2. Also, you're going to want to get rid of that Prelude before you get there. It just won't fit in.
     
  3. so awesome
     
  4. donks are awesome.
     
  5. Haha, Shark Bar kayack.

    Like, none of those clubs are around anymore. RIP <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A>
     
  6. Hydraulic?
     
  7. We're talking about Atlanta here, but that looks nothing like a 300C with stick-on portholes.
     
  8. Actually I will definitely be more than willing to trade my lude for something much more practical, like a nice looking Mazda Protege 5 or something. I just don't have the cash now. The age of my car is getting more and more noticable. It's pretty damn loud inside at 75mph. Wind, tire, engine and what not.
     
  9. Rent-N-Roll biatch! It's the next best thing for black people since the mechanical cotton picking machine.
     
  10. I don't live there but have visited before. It's a great town. Like every city, there are a few bad neighborhoods, but there's no real reason to live in or visiting them unless you're doing charity/social work. There's plenty to do - bigtime sports, great nightlife, lots of high-end restaurants and shopping, etc. Plus, it's pretty good for exotic car spotting, particularly in Buckhead and some of the swankier northern suburbs.
     
  11. My cousin just got back from the ALT and he really enjoyed it.
     
  12. I love Atlanta, primarily because it's a decent-sized city with all the amenities you'd expect, but it's also got a good climate. Most of the super urbanized places in the U.S. have cold winters, snow, etc. Also, it's a big city for conventions, which explains the abundance of restaurants around here. Dining out and shopping are definitely the major forms of entertainment, but we have a lot of other things, too, like parks, bike trails and amusement parks. We used to have some lakes, too, maybe one of these days they'll come back.
     
  13. I love Atlanta, primarily because it's a decent-sized city with all the amenities you'd expect, but it's also got a good climate. Most of the super urbanized places in the U.S. have cold winters, snow, etc. Also, it's a big city for conventions, which explains the abundance of restaurants around here. Dining out and shopping are definitely the major forms of entertainment, but we have a lot of other things, too, like parks, bike trails and amusement parks. We used to have some lakes, too, maybe one of these days they'll come back.
     
  14. Oh, and Atlanta supposedly has the most strip clubs of any city, and legendary traffic that is always somewhere on the various "top 10 worst commutes" lists.
     
  15. i just looked up some of those "worst traffic" lists, and i cant believe dallas is on there. Dallas has fantastic traffic for the monster city it is. houston and austin are way way worse, as are cities like seattle.
     
  16. There are so many different versions of that list, but Atlanta has been pretty consistent!
     
  17. No, but close. And as for Rob's comment about the aquarium, it's alright, but Chattanooga's is better. Ant they don't call it Hotlanta for nothing.
     
  18. Oh sh-

    My homegirl Sarah.
     

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