Posted by Jerry on August 7, 2007
We all know those “your mama” insults we hurled at each other back in the days–well, and still do, in some cases–sometimes the Hindi version of it, “teri maa ki…”
Well, Kim’s Play Place links to a truly hilarious set of “yo mama” taunts as would be said by philosophers! It’s really craaazy! (p.s. some familiarity with the major ideas of these thinkers might help.)
Descartes: I asked your daddy if your mama was good looking, and he said, “I think not.” And he disappeared! So you don’t even have a daddy. But everybody’s had your mama.
Freud: Tell me about your mama.
Nietzsche: Your mama is dead.
Jefferson: That we are endowed with life, liberty and the pursuit of your mama.
Hume: She is ugly; therefore she is your mama.
Kant: She is your mama; therefore, she is ugly.
Hegel: Your mama is so fat she broke the dialectical cycle.
Plato: Your mama is so fat that when she sits around the cave, she eats the shadows.
HAahaaaHAHA! LOL! Gawd! I just can’t stop laughing here at work! Oh, here’s one of my favs:
Ayn Rand: Man – all of mankind – is an end in himself, not the means to the ends of others. But your mama is so fat, this means she never ends.
Daaayyaam! See more here.