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Cornbread at its Finest

“Yeaahh Okaaay! Skeet skeet skeet!”

~ Lil Jon on Cornbread

“Ain't nothin' wrong with that!”

~ Chris Rock on Cornbread

“What happened to eating corn on THE COB!”

~ Corn on Cornbread

Cornbread, being naturally high in crumby goodness and deliciolocity, and low in saturated whale, is a great source of cool, especially for those crazy black people. Accidentally discovered by George Washington Carver in the year of our Lord fo' hund'ed and fitty six, cornbread has been used in a variety of ways since before the dawn of time and dinosaur eggs. One may find cornbread lazing the porches of Harlem or Alabama. Common companions have been known to be watermelon and lynch mobs. Since the tasty confectionary treat is low in carbohydrolic acidic, beat boxes, and Peter Jackson, and high in Air Jordans, enjoying a piece every now and then will not result in a beer, however it must, since that's how those people are. If, when running from the po-po or leaving a large, illegitimate family, a hunger pain shall arise, cornbread will not weigh a person down, so fleet should be as easy as the job that person has but is too lazy to do well. Many black people have been known to not only use cornbread as food, but also as iced up bling. In fact, in the "ghetto" many rims on cars will be made entirely out of cornbread. Black people also layer their teeth in cornbread to have an especially iced up grill. Black rappers also usually wear jewelry,(made out of the versatile bread. Without cornbread, black people could not sustain their lives longer than 2 seconds.

Why cornbread is so crunk[edit | edit source]

  • Valuable substance to mine.
  • Great for building houses in the ghetto.
  • Great for sponging up blood from gunshot wounds
  • Makes sweet temp grill bling.
  • Aged cornbread may be used as a club with which you may beat your wife and children
  • A nice snack to nibble during Good Times, or Roots reruns.
  • Flavor crystals balance the astringency of malt liquor and is very refreshing after a hard day of pushing around the mop.
  • does it have corn in it?