Post by Lance Uppercut on Aug 13, 2014 17:41:36 GMT -5
without getting too graphic.
I realize that he was making an oral sex joke and haha it's funny because he's either an alpha male, or overcompensating closet case, but I never did get it.
I mean, when you consider... you know... doing that to a woman, and the way you actually eat a pie, I fail to see how the two correlate. I mean, don't people usually eat pie with a knife and fork? Maybe a pizza pie. Is all this just because of the alliteration with Poontang and pie?
Post by corpochamp on Aug 13, 2014 18:17:48 GMT -5
well what The Rock wants you to do is KNOW YOUR ROLE and SHUT YOUR MOUTH. now let The Great One explain something to you. what does The Rock mean when he talks about poontang pie? it doesn't matter what the Rock means! you jabroni, the Rock gets more pie in one night than you do in a lifetime! now if you're done asking stupid questions, the Rock wants you to get real quiet, and listen, because the millions AND MILLIONS of the Rock's fans are chanting his name. so what you're going to do, is head on down to the Smackdown Hotel, at the corner of know-your-role boulevard and jabroni drive! and outside on the corner is a lady named patty. and for a dollar five, patty will teach you how to eat pie. But what the Rock wants you to do is take that dollar five, shine it up real nice, and stick it straight up your roody poo candy ass! if ya smell what the rock is cookin
You have never seen Revenge of the Nerds, have you?
I saw bits and pieces of them as a child. Never got around to watching them as an adult. My clearest memories of it was part 4 where the main guy sold out buy becoming "not a nerd" as an adult. What happened in it that relates to the Rock and Pie?
My only reference to Pie and sex at the time was American Pie. I understand that one, putting your D in it, feels like a Vagina. Eating a pie? I mean since when do you repeatedly lick a pie? Unless you're talking about about shove it in your mouth like a slice of pizza (pizza pie?).
Post by crashmatsbazz on Aug 14, 2014 3:13:52 GMT -5
it is a very 90's thing to say, like "radical", no one uses the term "pie" in proper conversation, unless your doing a really bad rock impression and that one mate who likes wrestling is laughing and everyone else is looking at you like you're not all there in the head.