and Snap N Whack.
She does whack it, by George.
“Crack kills, if it don’t get ya Whack will!”
But "the mechanics of the program are now" out of whack, Cuban said, adding that businesses need more time.
(Whack says she loved “every single song” on the album.
The crooked skirt swinging, whack by whack by whack.
There is music from KidzBop, comedy performances, Snap N’ Whack and the mighty Double or Drop.
Whack-a-mole, an old fairground game, is purely reactive and impossible to successfully plan for.
Just because you’re not glued to the parliament channel doesn’t mean you can’t whack out some topical comedy.
Plastic mole emerges, you whack with hammer, he dies, falls, another emerges, you whack, kill?
Though she recognizes the importance of women in rap at this moment, Whack doesn’t identify solely as a rapper.
Business must be tempted to describe the new approach, a national lockdown imposed on November 5th, as “whack-a-firm”.
(A YouTube video of Whack rapping impressively on the streets of Philadelphia at age 15 in 2011 suggests 22 is her real age.)
All of a sudden, instead of the faces of people you know, you see graphic, sexual videos pop up and disappear like whack-a-mole.
Expect music from the likes of Nicki Minaj, Stefflon Don, IAMDDB, Nina Sky, Tierra Whack, Tinashe, Alicai Harley, RAY BLK, Ms Banks and loads more!
A government source said the more precisely targeted “whack-a-mole” method of containing the disease by tackling individual outbreaks was increasingly giving way to a regional approach.
Every minute on Whack World, which Whack describes as “a visual and auditory project” (the visual part is by Thibaut Duverneix and Mathieu Léger), she reinvents herself.
Raphael Hogarth, an associate at the Institute for Government and visiting lecturer at City Law School says that the government's whack-a-mole strategy won't work if nobody knows what to whack with or who is doing the whacking.
The artist responsible for the jamboree was Philly rapper Tierra Whack, whose debut album Whack World is a perfect companion to TikTok, the app that’s currently taking Gen Z by storm, and which now seems to be changing the entire genre of rap music.
They’ll make the sort of speech that usually goes well, saying, “If you flout the law, you must be beaten with a rosebush; the thorny part, with each thorn sharpened by trained whittlers, WHACK, come on, say it with me, join in – WHACK WHACK.”