09 January 2008

Be a Nut! Learn Pindar!

Hey peanuts! Are you creamy or chunky?

In a nutshell, P.B. Smooth and Lil' Shady pulled a carver during a name brand road trip several years ago, and Pindar was born! So, do us a chop and visit the lingo page so that you can be our true cowpea! And don't forget to leave a comment here to practice your Pindar(click on Jelly! Jelly!). Honey roasts are welcomed, but salty roasts will make you a nut cracker, and possibly a weevil!

6 comments:

Erin said...

u def have peaked my curosity! be sure to tune in to see what you have in store!

Anonymous said...

seriously. too much time.

Lil' Shady said...

Like any foreign language, Pindar does take serious time and dedication to master, however I disagree that it is "too much time." Americans are often salty roasted for only speaking English. Thanks to Pindar, I am now trilingual (I also speak fluent igpay atinlay). Don't allow your fear of failure from preventing you from learning a beautiful new language! ;)

P.B. Smooth said...

Pindar is going to sweep the nation with P.B.'s release of her sophomore album!

vertigoseoul said...

dude, i had boiled jalapeno peanuts in south carolina and they are tasty treats, er...Off the nut!

btw, shouldn't it be fo' shizzle my peanizzle?

Lil' Shady said...

You are so right, vertigoseoul. It should be fo' shizzle... The academic community's careful, critical analysis of Pindar is how it will become truly established and respected.