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OJ Simpson: Like a Boss

This Post is Dedicated to Those on the Internet that just will not Let Things Go.


After mentioning the phrase “like a boss” last week, I was inspired. I confess, the original idea came from someone on youtube….someone who pointed out just how absurdly boss the life of OJ Simpson really is.

Allow me to elaborate:
NFL Superstar – Like a Boss
Break 2000 Yards – Like a Boss
Eric Dickerson – Like a Boss
Fail on SNL – Like a Boss
Bitchslap Leslie Nielson – Like a Boss
Three Straight Movies – Like a Boss
Loads of Cocaine – Like a Boss
Kill my Ex Wife – Like a Boss
Fight a Jewish Man – Like a Boss
Like Mortal Kombat – Like a Boss
With only one Glove – Like a Boss
Slit my Dead Wife’s Throat – Like a Boss
Cruisin’ in my Bronco – Like a Boss
Gun to my Head – FUCK IT I CAN’T DO IT
A Year in Prison – Like a Boss
Pay for Cochran – Like a Boss
Robert Kardashian – Like a Boss
Glove don’t fit – Like a Boss
You Must Acquit – Like a Boss
Moonwalk out of Prison – Like a Boss
Lot’s of White Women – Like a Boss
Civil Court Conviction – Like a Boss
Write my Memoire – Like a Boss
Lose it to the Goldmans – Like a Boss
Armed Robbery – Like a Boss
Now Cochran Dead – Like a Boss
Rotting in Prison – Like a Boss
Soap in the Showers – Like a Boss
Aw, hell no….blue balls for 30 years

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