Eric Lindros, the former hockey player, once said, “I look forward to proving something to myself and others.” Hayley Williams, the singer-songwriter, broke it down like this, “I tend to enjoy proving people wrong.” Then John Kenneth Galbraith, the Canadian economist, poured out all of the liquor for all of the dead homies and the duns standin’ in line to die when he shouted, “Faced with the choice between changing one’s mind and proving that there is no need to do so, almost everyone gets busy on the proof.”
Well playas…for the few knuckle heads still standin’ in the “Tony Romo should still be the startin’ quarterback in Dallas” line. Dak Prescott let a boy know that it’s his “Deuce and a Quarter” and he’s playin’ his music from now on. On Sunday ole boy led the Cowboys to their 9th straight win of the season to set a franchise record for consecutive wins. They beat the Baltimore Ravens at the crib 27-17.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Dak’s been ridin’ around in Romo’s ride all season because ole boy’z been out hurt. So technically he didn’t actually become the starter until Romo suited up. Right? So he’s been borrowin’ the dun’s whip for lack of a better term.
So on Sunday he finally got into the joint leaned the seat back put some of that hood smell good in the ride, cracked the windows to brow and then he pulled the ultimate Cleo move! Remember when Cleo in the movie “Set It Off” would steal a boy’z ride and throw all of the dun’s CD’s out of the window into the street and ask the other girls for a tape or CD that she could ride to? Well that was Dak on Sunday.
When he officially got into the ride he threw all of Romo’s music out on the street! Prescott threw in that DJ Khaled in “All I Do Is Win” and it was Chris Brown up in that piece! “On and Poppin’!” He put up 301 yards and three touchdowns to prove a point to all the haters that are still doubtin’ that it’s really his ride. Tony Romo is lookin’ for another job playa. Understand that. He’s showin’ up everybody but he’s interviewin’ on the side. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1)Deuce and aQuarter: noun – old school Buick Elecrtra 225 from 1959-1976
2) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
3) Whip: noun – car or vehicle
5) Cleo: noun – character in the movie “Set It off” Starrin’ Queen Latifah.
4) Cracked to brow: verb phrase – to roll the windows down just enough to see a boy’z eye brow.
The caption under the photo isn’t real but its REAL talk!