Being a Web 2.0™ internet genius is hard work. You need to constantly think all sorts of important things about stuff. You have to blog daily even if you don’t really have anything to say. And, of course, you need to put pictures of your babies on Flickr so the world can sleep at night, secure in the knowledge that you have safely passed your superior genes onto the next generation.
Hard workers like this need to have a laugh now and then. It’s the best medicine, aside from Jack Daniels. One of my favourite humour genres has always been Yo Mama jokes, ever since March 1982, when one of my schoolmates told me a joke about how fat my mama was. I laughed really hard, too, because man, bitch was fat! Sadly, most Yo Mama jokes were invented in the 1970s and times have changed. Those losers didn’t even have the internet! So it is in the interest of Laughter 2.0 that I bring you this update to the venerable classic: Yo Mama 2.0.
- Yo mama so fat, she heard “RSS Feeds” and thought it was a new all-you-can-eat buffet.
- Yo mama so fat, she’s Yo Mama 2.0: all rounded corners, baby!
- Yo mama is so stupid, she asked me something in person instead of checking the wiki first.
- Yo mama so fat, she thought del.icio.us was a way to download food.
- Yo mama so fat, she need two Facebook profiles.
- Yo mama so fat, she went to Moo.com to download cheeseburgers.
- Yo mama so dumb, when I said “tag cloud”, bitch bought an umbrella.
My friend and esteemed colleague Rory deserves credit for that last one. That’s all we have for now because the internet really isn’t that funny at all: the internet is serious business.