"Yo momma is so dumb, she bought a 2000 Chevrolet Malibu without checking its Carfax report. Realistically, the vehicle could have been a lemon."
"Yo momma uses so much hot sauce, like, she puts it all over her steak and eggs, which is actually quite normal now that I've given it some more thought. You know what? Forget I even said anything."
"Yo momma' resume is so fraudulent, it claims that her internship at the Guggenheim was paid, even though they only comped her subway rides and lunches."
"Yo momma' understanding of the cosmos is so pedestrian, she thinks binary quasars are lunar fissure modules."
"Yo momma was so worried about Y2K, she bought gallons of water and lots of mediocre can goods that are still stacked in your garage, gathering dust and whatnot."
"Yo momma shops so much, she should really get one of those Discover cards that pays you back a small percentage of every purchase you make."
"Yo momma likes jet skiing so much, she' always like, "I can't wait to do that again" after she gets back from the lake. Keep it under your hat, but we're actually all getting together to buy her a new jetski for her birthday."
"Yo momma' pretty good at Scrabble. Like, she put down homonym for 30 points, and we were all pretty impressed. You must be very proud of her."
You don't make astonishing amounts of money without ending up a jerk in some way.
Criminal behavior can be influenced by some very weird, seemingly random factors.
Even our most popular forms of entertainment can treat their employees like absolute trash.
The news spent weeks reporting on these giant scandals without bothering to mention the stupidest parts.