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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Cleveland's 'SuperPimp' Has His Own Site

Posted By on Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 12:18 PM


Dear lord. You know "SuperPimp." You've seen the catcher's-mitt tan, the flamboyant suits, and the ridiculous hair all over town.

Anyway, he has his own website now — (How that domain was still available is beyond us. How did no enterprising actual pimp snap that up? Or, at least, Too Short?)

The virtual home of SuperPimp is just what you would expect, which is to say Pimptacular — from the Perez Hiton-esque banner up top to the intro video, which you can see below, to his Pimpology 101 blog where he opines on whatever's on SuperPimp's mind. For instance, "Why I Wear Suits." ("When I was growing up, men and boys always wore suits for occasions such as weddings, going to church, parties, funerals etc. It was a matter of respect. Respect for yourself, your family and others. My daughter gets upset with me whenever I go to one of her school functions because I always wear a suit (not pink..Ha!). It is second nature for me to “dress for respect”. This is the way I was brought up. As we all know, when we leave our parent’s influence, we have the tendency to not follow some of the things they insisted upon. This did not happen to me because of an adventure that “superpimped” me forever."

You get the point. Browse around and be pimpified.

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