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Album: White Girls With Cornrows

Artist: Tom Segura

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Tom Segura

Tracklist For White Girls With Cornrows By Artist Tom Segura

Title Artist Time
Intro Tom Segura 0:15 USD 0.99
Los Angeles Is Spanish Tom Segura 2:37 USD 0.99
White Girls With Cornrows Tom Segura 1:25 USD 0.99
Every Family Has Stupid Tom Segura 4:29 USD 0.99
Animal Man Tom Segura 5:30 USD 0.99
Ass Hats Tom Segura 4:42 USD 0.99
People Want to Connect Tom Segura 1:32 USD 0.99
Destiny Tom Segura 7:48 USD 0.99
NYC Tom Segura 11:09 USD Album Only
Inspiration Tom Segura 2:54 USD 0.99
Where the Dudes At? Tom Segura 1:19 USD 0.99
My Downfall Tom Segura 3:31 USD 0.99
Caught By Strangers Tom Segura 3:27 USD 0.99
Confusing Words Tom Segura 1:02 USD 0.99
Worse At Sex Tom Segura 4:53 USD 0.99
A Mexican Story (Bonus Track) Tom Segura 9:10 USD 0.99

Reviews For White Girls With Cornrows By Artist Tom Segura

  • Funny, but he stole a joke.

    By redaxel96
    I've listened to a lot of Tom Segura. He's really funny and his original material is great. Only problem I have with him is how he stole the tooth/nuts joke from Dan Cummins. On Dan Cummins album, "crazy with a capital F" the first track is called tooth gremlin. This album came out in 2010, Tom's album came out in 2012. He completely jacked Cummins' joke, so now I have lost a bit of respect for Tom. Still funny, but stealing isn't cool, especially in comedy. This definitely makes Dan Cummins the better comic overall.
  • Misleading

    By Lucky12412414141
    This album has skits from "completly normal" in it, although hes funny as hell and some of the skits I havent heard yet are good I think peope should be warned that half of this album is on "completly normal"
  • Whislin' Mexican

    By justin steele
    Cowboy hats and whistling. My kind of party.
  • Segura is a master.

    By Zale G.
    One of my favorite comedians.
  • Double pipe special

    By ol'Mountain
    Lookin forward to listening to it but figd I'd give it a preemptive 5 jeans rating, or is it 5 wipe rating? Hope to hear the double pipes in portland sometime!
  • Jeans are High and Tight Mommy

    By JWMartin333
    Another great set from Tom Segura. Had to stop listening to it at work because I was laughing too hard.
  • Like a son to me

    By Trevdoggnpr
    Hey buddy it's Top Dog I was gonna hit her in the head with a claw hammer cause she called me uh -atarted
  • Awesome

    By Jailcook
  • Why don't more people know about him?

    By j leonard
    Seriously? One of the funniest dudes I have heard!!!
  • Funniest comedy album in history

    By Elozooooo
    See title.

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