It's a lot easier when they put the answers in the questions.
#10 Rice Krispies
Hearing Rice Kripsies snap, crackle and pop in a bowl of milk is nice. But you haven't really heard them snap, crackle and pop until you've heard them do it in the juices of lovemaking.
Ever eat Kashi? That shit's nasty. Yeah, nasty. I like it nasty.
#8 Puffed Rice
It doesn't matter how much Puffed Rice you have, it's not enough. It doesn't satiate your hunger. You just want more. Puffed Rice is doin' it. Get it? Yeah. Sex and Puffed Rice are two things I always want more of.
Trix are for kids? Hell, no. Not the way I use them. Trix are very adult.
"Oh, wow, is that right?" said Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony. "I didn't realize he was still in the league. Well, good for him. If I don't see him on the court or recognize him tell, uhh you know tell Jerry I said 'hi.'"
The Rockets guard said he is excited to be in New York.
"I love it here. It's a great city. I've lived here my whole life," said a man who turned out to not be the player in question, as know one seems to remember what he looks like.
"Short, fat, black man, right?" said Knicks general manager Glen Grunwald. "Wait, no. You're right. That's our current point guard. I honestly don't remember the player you're referring to. Hey, do me a favor, if you see him near me, point him out and tell me his name. I don't want to be rude. Thanks."
"We feel good about where we are. We think we're playing the best basketball in the NBA," said 40 year-old power forward Kurt Thomas. "Now it's just about maintaining this level through to the NBA Finals in June. Oh, god. It's only mid-November, isn't it? Shit. I'm exhausted."
The Knicks are the only remaining undefeated team in the NBA and head coach Mike Woodson says it might be time to start resting his veterans for the postseason.
"It's not because we're undefeated, I just don't know how much these guys have left in the tank," said Woodson. "I mean, we have back-to-back road games. I honestly doubt that Marcus Camby or Rasheed Wallace will be able to get out of bed tomorrow without the use of a wheelchair. Bodies that age aren't made for this. I feel like a jerk just putting them out on the court."
Woodson continued on to tell a story about an old labrador he had growing up.
"He got hip dysplasia and was in a lot of pain and we eventually had to put him down," said Woodson. "But up until that point, did I force him to run around in the yard? Of course not. It hurt him too much. Yet with this roster I have to play old guys all the time. It's killing me. I feel like a monster."
Mets, Jets, Islanders, Rangers, Knicks, Nets. All great teams.
Not cool. Michael Jordan is on record saying that Republicans buy sneakers.
He would have scored, but Carmelo Anthony hogged the ball.
It's decided. The 1992 Dream Team was better.
"Jeremy Lin is only 23 years old and has shown flashes that he could be a very special player," said Knicks owner James Dolan. "You have to make every possible attempt to get a player like that on your team."
Rockets general manager Daryl Morey says that he is "very confused" by the offer and "regardless, under no circumstances do I want Raymond Felton on my team, nor should any team, in all due respect."
The Knicks say that in addition to Lin's talents, youth and vast marketability, what attracts them to him is his contract.
"The first two years of his contract are really cheap," said Knicks general manager Glen Grunwald. "Sure, it goes up a lot in the third year, but he could prove to be more than worth that jump in salary. That's a risk we have to be willing to take. Again, this guy has shown he has immense potential on the court, without mentioning all he obviously provides off the court."
He should be a TV analyst.