That the song “My Humps” refers to someone having junk in their trunk but humps are tits.
I think the “Humps” in question are bum cheeks
- Yes, humps in this context are in reference to bum cheeks
- No, in this context and many others, humps are in reference to breasts
Why would she call them “lovely little lumps” then?
I believe the “humps” to be bumcheeks but the “lovely lady lumps” are the breasts
Wait, “lovely little lumps”!?
Do people really feed sugar lumps to horses?
check it out
Would it be funny if Sir Alan Sugar did it?
- Not really
- Feed a horse a sugar “lump”
- Feed a horse a sugar “cube”
- Feed a horse something else (please specify)
- Allow the vile beast to go hungry
If the humps were breasts then the lady would be redundant.
A horse bit me once when I was a child
I’d make it a full English in the slow cooker.
I believe “a horse bit me as a child” or “a horse bit someone I was with/near when I was a child” is an anecdote with upwards of 95% universality levels.
She says ‘in the back and in the front’ so humps refers to both her bum and breasts, thanks
Yeah mousem, you ain’t special, pal!
Hump my lovely lady lumps
That’s just reminded me, Will I Am says “mix your milk with my Coco Puffs, milky, milky coco, mix your milk with my Coco Puffs, milky, milky right” in that song and I don’t think I’ve had Coco Pops for about 5 years now. Are they the same thing?
The junk in the trunk is the arse, isn’t it?