That’s right…Now part two of borderline appropriate pool-wear is brought to you by Victoria’s Secret.I’ve had my up’s and down’s with mesh, a material that can so easily go horribly wrong.But this is the first standup special since Louis C. But most importantly, her set is a good refresher course on Basic Asian Stuff/Knowledge in a time when, to my eye, the B. The feeling Asian-Americans often have that they are posing as yuppie white people. Unless you’ve never pooped, in which case it will make no sense to you.K.’s “Shameless” that really makes me go “Oh Fuck YEAH! She does do the standard trick of speaking Ebonically and deploying the “uh huh, gurl/bitches” to accentuate her punchlines. The feels Asian-American women have about being perceived as bad drivers. This years version turns up the heat with a promiscuous cut-out, meet Remmi.Now I can hear eyes rolling, however, am I not correct to point out that this piece covers way more than your bikini does?However, I’m channeling more of a 90’s surf girl stranded on a yacht than a teenager on a Hot Topic shopping spree.Accessorise only with free flying hair in a constant, damp combover and avoid extensive sun exposure unless you are prepared for questionable tan lines.
She touches on subjects like the fuckability of Asian men (apparently, we’re like bedding a dolphin), anal sex, HPV, pooping…know, all the important stuff.Unfortunately this one will not hold you in like the mistress swimsuit discussed above, but it will give you the best, barbie like arms.Now that’s important too, as it is indeed February and most are embracing the #winterbod. She abuses her (unseen) husband as a source for material, just as Louis exploits his ex-wife and two children. It’s one of those routines where the jokes are so crafted, they keep revealing new things upon repeat listenings. K., Ali walks the line between being observantly funny and being an actual asshole.