Lets just be honest about it, Thursday night September 10, 2009, was nothing to write home about. But that’s not what Black Eyed Peas singer Will.i.am, told a group of pre-gaming 19 year olds before they went out Thursday night. He said, “Tonight’s gonna be a good good night.” Well that was simply a bald-faced lie.

    

Thursday night, September 10, 2009, was most definitely not a good night, and would probably not even be considered an adequate night by Christine and her friends. First of all, Danielle got really drunk off of the 4 shots of vodka she drank and was acting like a total whore by the time they got to the party. Mikey, the guy Christine has had a crush on since freshman year ,got a text message during the pre-game, smiled, and never came back, and Susan got run over by a blonde-British-intoxicated-bicyclist carrying a box of Franzia and was left bleeding on the side of the road.

    

Only a sadomasochist would describe bleeding on the side of road as a good good night. According to Christine’s attorney (her last name is being withheld for security purposes), people across the country are finding their night’s over-hyped by the Black Eyed Peas, and are less inclined to go to sleep for fear of missing out on this supposed good, good night.

    

Attorney Mike Richards asked, “How is it possible that Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Saturday and Sunday are all ‘good good’ nights? It isn’t humanly possible. The Black Eyed Peas are liars and someone has to stop them from ruining our nights with high expectations!” Whether it’s true that the Black Eyed Peas are over-exaggerating the quality of our nights, or whether Christine just needs to sack up and get new friends, will be decided in court on October 18.



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Sign Up for Our Newsletter

Get the Stanford Flipside sent to your inbox!

You May Also Like

Stanford Admins Exasperated at Having to Send Yet Another Fucking Email About Current Events

Study Finds: If Your Hand is Bigger than Your Face You Need Surgery

In a packed auditorium on Saturday, Stanford Hospital Director Ken Toshi informed…

Connections to Steroid Ring Finally Explain Peyton Manning’s Giant Forehead

Following last week’s announcement of an upcoming Al-Jazeera documentary that alleges that…