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"Things Got Really Uncomfortable When Joy Behar Gave This Brutal Roast to Chris Christie"

Things Got Really Uncomfortable When Joy Behar Gave This Brutal Roast Of Chris Christie
Brett LoGiurato Apr. 8, 2014

"I really don’t know about the presidency, after all," she said. "Let me put it to you this way, in a way that you'd appreciate. You’re toast."

She ended her routine by quipping that she didn't care how "pissed off" Christie was at her jokes, because she was "taking mass transit home."


Article: http://www.businessinsider.com/joy-behar-chris-christie-roas...

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I strongly dislike Chrispy Christie

But I think Joy Behar was being overly-bitchy. I don't think I have ever liked "roasts."

Let's all laugh while somebody gets dissed by their friends, colleagues, not-so-friends!

Some of the insults were warranted, but I am just really not a fan of the "roast" format.

i hate joy behar

but I loved this

crispy kreme's fat face makes me sick

I'd go 2 jokes better
I'd ask----How many years has it been since you could look down and actually see your d-ck????

and does he need an extension stick to wipe his ass,,,,,
I often wonder if his arm could reach around himself to even wipe his -ss

I know it's weird that those thoughts even come up in my head,,, but they do
living in jersey I get to see his mug daily
and since his supposed epic teacher union battle,,, he has done squat,,, taxes have even went up
and the budget is now more than corzines last year,,, so much for cutting and smaller gov't

Who let her out of the cave

of the Stygian Witches? This woman was equally brutal to Ron Paul.

When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him. ~J. Swift

"let me put it in a way you''ll understand,

you're toast"... hahaha classic

"When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. When the government fears the people, there is liberty."

-Thomas Jefferson