Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Emmanuella – The Guinness Song

Last night at the office, long after working hours, Alpha Lion and Tiger 2 were spiel-sparring in the hackneyed ring of flying fuel prices, emboldened ex-girlfriends and pedantic politics. Tiger 2 was scoring Hiplife tracks via his phone mp3 player, as he’s wont to do, and dancing the Caveman Stomp. When “Emmanuella” began to melodise, Alpha Lion’s face fluoresced, and he delivered a dum-dum, “this song go go plus Guinness paa oh”. Ever since we grappled with gathering our guffawing bodies off the shiny office floor, I’ve been in travails trying to find a link between the song and the stout... beyond the reason that it is Alpha Lion’s preferred alcohol, of course.

10 comments:

  1. Ha ha ha ha. Yet another funny one Nana Yaw. Good Job. I have no idea about the song but I'm trying to figure out- like you- where your buddy got that random thought/idea from. If you do figure out what the correlation is, will you please let me know?

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  2. Thanks Raine, I will ask him to defend his theory today. With success, I will let you know.

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  3. Was it not just an excuse for Alpha Lion to indulge in this despicable pastime of "stouting"?

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  4. Lol I don't know what else to say than l o l Nana :-D

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  5. Nana,
    Alpha Lion is right!
    even better when taken down chilled and slow!

    you don't hurry love kinda motion!

    hahahahaha!

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  6. I'll take Nov's word for it. I, myself, have not sampled the bitter brew. Curiously, I'm told it is bitter for historical reasons (and that it is not bitter in every country).

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  7. oh yeah!....Lion knows how to do it(lol)he be chilling bro. I don't drink tho buh playing certain songs takes u far away land, it makes u invent crazy scenes like hugging out wif ur paddies doing ur own thing n all dat...oh! Lion 4got to mention khebab(lol)

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