ANSWERS: 10
  • not sure what you mean
    • Linda Joy
      I was humorously seeing this phrase literally rather than figuratively. Giving birth to a child with a gun in his hand would be rough on the mother.
    • Lilo Avli
      Pretty scary for the Midwife, too.
    • Linda Joy
      lol good point!
  • Lol...Probably was rough... "I was born in a cross-fire hurricane"...I just hope my mama didn't blow me out like a little fart.
    • Linda Joy
      Hahaha! You SOOOO get me!
  • Behind the gun, I'll make my final stand. BAD company, I can't deny. BAD company, til the day I die ..whow owe. BAD COMPANY..oh ya yeah..til the day I die.
  • Does it go off much?
    • Linda Joy
      it's a song quote I was joking about.
  • Obviously you were quite careful!
    • Linda Joy
      I was joking about a song quote.
  • "I was born with a plastic spoon in my mouth"
    • Linda Joy
      Spork
  • I hire killers instead!
    • Linda Joy
      I have no need to kill.
    • Vittorio 'Sam' Manunta-Lowell
      Just when worried
  • Which hand ?
    • Linda Joy
      Right
    • Ice man
      Both ..
    • we are dough 68
      Braggart.
  • Good thing it was just a revolver and not a long barrel shotgun or a cannon, because that would have been a totally harder song to write.
    • Linda Joy
      Lol
    • Azlotto
      LOL...Or a rocket launcher.
    • Ice man
      Oh yeah, good one buddy! I can see the lyrics now. It could be the new anthem for any middle eastern terrorist group ... "I was born with an R.P.G launcher in my hand "... LMAO !
    • Azlotto
      LMAO...I wonder what rhymes with Howitzer.
    • Linda Joy
      A spritzer... for after...
  • Bad Company, and I can't deny. Bad, bad company, till the day I die.

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