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Monday phrase of the week

 TYSO – Take Your Shirt Off

TYSO (Take Your Shirt Off) – a handy acronym when one encounter’s someone they would like to see shirtless and can be used virtually anywhere from parks to athletic events to movies and shopping malls. A TYSO can pop anywhere so it is best to be prepared. TYSO also fits neatly into an improv rap lyric if one would find oneself going freestyle. ‘You be the tractor/I’ll be the hoe/Come on over here and let’s TYSO’.

A few men who I enjoy TYSO style – Rugby star Ben Cohen,  America’s sweetheart Danell Leyva and Tyson Beckford. Tyson, call me.

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Comments

  1. pianist888@aol.com says:

    Theses are really great! When will the book be published of short essays. Does all of this really happen to you in your adventures?? You shold go to the PLATOS CAFE at 7 tonight at Molly Malones…..You have a lot of ideas there guy!!!!!

    JAMES

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