Alanis Morissette’s cover of Black Eyed Peas “My Humps” video

A hilarious cover of “My Humps” done by Alanis Morissette. Lyrics to “My Humps” are below the video.

Lyrics: “My Humps” by Black Eyed Peas
What you gonna do with all that junk?
All that junk inside your trunk?
I’m a get, get, get, get, you drunk,
Get you love drunk off my hump.
My hump, my hump, my hump, my hump, my hump,
My hump, my hump, my hump, my lovely little lumps (Check it out)

I drive these brothers crazy,
I do it on the daily,
They treat me really nicely,
They buy me all these ices.
Dolce & Gabbana,
Fendi and NaDonna
Karan, they be sharin’
All their money got me wearin’ fly
Brother, I ain’t askin’,
They say they love my ass ‘n,
Seven Jeans, True Religion’s,
I say no, but they keep givin’
So I keep on takin’
And no I ain’t taken
We can keep on datin’
I keep on demonstrating.

My love (love), my love, my love, my love (love)
You love my lady lumps (love),
My hump, my hump, my hump (love),
My humps they got you,

She’s got me spending.
Spendin’ all your money on me and spending time on me.
She’s got me spendin’.
Spendin’ all your money on me, up on me, on me

What you gonna do with all that junk?
All that junk inside that trunk?
I’ma get, get, get, get, you drunk,
Get you love drunk off my hump.
What you gonna do with all that ass?
All that ass inside them jeans?
I’m a make, make, make, make you scream
Make you scream, make you scream.
Cos of my hump (ha), my hump, my hump, my hump (what).
My hump, my hump, my hump (ha), my lovely lady lumps (Check it out)

I met a girl down at the disco.
She said hey, hey, hey yea let’s go.
I could be your baby, you can be my honey
Let’s spend time not money.
I mix your milk wit my cocoa puff,
Milky, milky cocoa,
Mix your milk with my cocoa puff, milky, milky right.

They say I’m really sexy,
The boys they wanna sex me.
They always standing next to me,
Always dancing next to me,
Tryin’ a feel my hump, hump.
Lookin’ at my lump, lump.
You can look but you can’t touch it,
If you touch it I’ma start some drama,
You don’t want no drama,
No, no drama, no, no, no, no drama
So don’t pull on my hand boy,
You ain’t my man, boy,
I’m just trying ta dance boy,
And move my hump.

My hump, my hump, my hump, my hump,
My hump, my hump, my hump, my hump, my hump, my hump.
My lovely lady lumps (lumps)
My lovely lady lumps (lumps)
My lovely lady lumps (lumps)
In the back and in the front (lumps)
My lovin’ got you,

She’s got me spendin’.
Spendin’ all your money on me and spending time on me.
She’s got me spendin’.
Spendin’ all your money on me, up on me, on me.

What you gonna do with all that junk?
All that junk inside that trunk?
I’ma get, get, get, get you drunk,
Get you love drunk off my hump.
What you gonna do with all that ass?
All that ass inside them jeans?
I’ma make, make, make, make you scream
Make you scream, make you scream.
What you gonna do with all that junk?
All that junk inside that trunk?
I’ma get, get, get, get you drunk,
Get you love drunk off this hump.
What you gonna do wit all that breast?
All that breast inside that shirt?
I’ma make, make, make, make you work
Make you work, work, make you work.

Aha, aha, aha, aha (x4)

She’s got me spendin’.
Spendin’ all your money on me and spendin’ time on me
She’s got me spendin’.
Spendin’ all your money on me, up on me, on me.

Curing Addictions

As those who know me know, I’ve been researching addiction cures for some time now. So now I have a theory.

There are two major realistic approaches I’ve found toward actually curing addictions:
1) Rational Recovery (www.rational.org) and
2) Chris Prentiss’ approach from his book, used at the Passages rehab clinic in Malibu.

(I will let you read what each approach has to say about “alcoholism” and calling addiction a “disease”, but if you are looking for a cure, avoid any writing or group that refers to addiction with these terms)

Rational Recovery’s approach is to identify the “Addiction Voice” that wants to drink or use drugs, and take control of it. It’s very interesting reading from a psychological standpoint as well as an arguably effective technique for controlling the addiction itself.

Chris Prentiss states that addictions are caused by underlying problems. His book spells out in detail the technique they use at Passages. It tells you how to assemble a team including a doctor, psychologist, family therapist, possibly a hypno therapist, a spiritual counselor, a life coach, and a personal trainer and gives several excellent techniques for giving your mind, body, and life a much-needed overhaul that would frankly be great for anyone to do. The idea is to treat the underlying causes, whether medical or psychological, and the symptoms of addiction go away.

My question is: Why do some people deal with problems by turning to an addiction? If we cure the problems, wouldn’t the addiction re-appear when the next problem arises?

According to Rational Recovery, the “addiction voice” is caused by the primitive part of our brain. It uses the addicted person’s thoughts to make them think “they” want the drink/drug.

My theory is this: We all have that primitive brain speaking it’s desires (“but I see another law at work in the members of my body, waging war against the law of my mind and making me a prisoner of the law of sin at work within my members.” — Romans 7:23), but people with more severe problems (for example trauma, childhood pain, etc) are more susceptible to the influence of the “addiction voice”.

Therefore to recover:

  • Rational Recovery (www.rational.org/recover.html) treats the actual addiction. I’ve read several comments that state that once the addiction is identified and dealt with, the problems that the person was circumventing with the addiction come into focus to be dealt with.
  • Passages’ approach, although more expensive and extensive, allows one to then treat the actual problems, including everything from buried childhood memories to physical chemical imbalances (he points out that all addictions are caused by a chemical imbalance, but that the chemical imbalance can be caused by emotion or other problems).

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