Monday, 12 April 2010

Part J: Jessica's gettin' Jiggy with it

Jessica (yes, I'm talking about myself in 3rd person) feels like the dudes in this video, and needs another day to breath, for the jolly jitter under her skin to rejuvinate, so ...

Today Jess is gonna get down and jam
get jiggy like the boys by the caravan
instead of bloggin' like superman
Wham! Bam! Thank you Ma'am!
Yo! I said my name wasn't Sam! (Are you listening? My name's 'Jessica' - J E S S I C A - Jeeeeeezzzzz)


"... I go psycho when my new joint hit
just can't sit
gotta get jiggy wit it ..."


13 comments:

  1. Jump on in get your jive on Jessica. Enjoy :)

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  2. LOL, I love this since my name is Jessica as well! Haha!

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  3. What up J-zizzle?!?

    Very cute and I hope you have a great week!

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  4. Yo, girl jivin' with ya! LOL

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  5. Will Smith would be mortified to see this is what "Getting Jiggy With it" has been reduced to. LOL

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  6. Looks like you're doing great with all of your blog letters! And having fun with it!

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  7. That was funny. Reminds me of days camping with friends in college.

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  8. Hehe! Love it! You're definitely having fun with the challenge. :)

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  9. You go girl! Get jiggy with your bad self. :D Yeah, I'll stop now. Very cute J post. :D

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