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(Bangor Daily News)   You might be a redneck if your two 7 month old pit bull pups bite a 12 y/o girl. If you named them Jager and Meister that kinda seals the deal   (bangordailynews.com) divider line 180
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2013-04-28 11:28:14 PM  
Is this the thread where all the pitbull apologists try to tell us what innocent angels these raging hellbeasts really are?
 
2013-04-28 11:30:46 PM  

FriarReb98: I'm gonna have to go ahead and say I hate Jagermeister.

\guessing if the owner's dumb enough to name the dogs that, he probably isn't taking care of them either.


Huh?

Meh. The names aren't particularly clever or stupid.

/Letting your idiot dogs chow down on kids does prove you're a moron, though.
 
2013-04-28 11:33:06 PM  

velvet_fog: Is this the thread where all the pitbull apologists try to tell us what innocent angels these raging hellbeasts really are?


No, it's one where an extensive, in-depth breed analysis is performed, and it is determined that the dogs in the article aren't pitbulls, they're some "mix" so pitbulls are OK.  Or, pitbulls as such don't really exist anymore and the ones that do exist are angels, so pitbulls are ok.  Or, it was the kid's fault.  Basically any of these.

Stupid kid should have never looked the pittie in the eye....of COURSE an attack occurred!
 
2013-04-28 11:33:29 PM  
The dog of peace strikes again.
 
2013-04-28 11:33:31 PM  
Screw pitbulls, Pit Bull, tattooed redneck methheads, undeserving welfare recipients, illegal immigrants, and everyone who supports them. And screw Barbra streisand and Bill Maher for good measure.
 
2013-04-28 11:34:50 PM  
But the Pit Bull is the Dog of Peace™, or in this case the Puppy of Peace™.
 
2013-04-28 11:35:35 PM  
I've basically dogs as pets ever since I was born... everything from Rotts, to Pitts, to Border Collies, to Shih-Tzu's, and almost everything in between. The worst behaved dogs, by far, were the small little yappy dogs. The Chihuahuas, the Terriers, etc... The best behaved dogs were the collies. The most affectionate, playful, and loving dogs were the "scary" dogs - Rotts and the Pitts.

This is all with the same family, and all with the same training and environment. I'd trust kids alone with a pit bull over a lapdog any day.
 
2013-04-28 11:35:41 PM  

Gyrfalcon: great_tigers: Gyrfalcon: Puppies bite kids! This is somehow news! Film at 11!

https://www.google.com/search?q=7+month+old+pit+bull&client=safari&h l= en&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=IOJ9UfzkCMTurQGlzoCQCg&ved=0CAoQ_AUoAA &biw=768&bih=928

Hardly a puppy. Much is in the up bringing of a dog. That said, any dog can be raised to be aggressive, not all dogs can be controlled 100 percent of the time. Training and discipline are required to minimize this as much as possible.

If a 12-year old is a child, a 7-month dog is a puppy. It has to do with the immaturity of the animal. That said, I'm sure it was not the first time the dogs had been aggressive, and I'm sure all previous incidents had been laughed off because they were "so cyute". Just like when the neighbor's Chihuahua nibbles your ankles.


It's both the immaturity of the animal and the upbringing.  I adopted a 1-yo Great Dane 4 months ago who'd never been trained or socialized.  She's a 120-lb puppy and her training priority was housebreaking, stopping her from jumping on people, and stopping her from biting.  It's been 4 months and the first 2 priorities were taken care of within a month (although she'll still try to jump if she's excited but a firm command will snap her out of it).  But the biting takes more time, again, especially if she's excited.  Because she'a a puppy and she wasn't trained.

But only an asshole would own a large puppy and not train it out of biting people.  We didn't even introduce her to new people for the first 2 months we had her, just to be on the safe side.
 
2013-04-28 11:37:36 PM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: This is all with the same family, and all with the same training and environment. I'd trust kids alone with a pit bull over a lapdog any day.


www.aerojockey.com
 
2013-04-28 11:39:06 PM  

Yakk: FTFA: The trooper said the dog's shots were not up to date and the dogs are now quarantined.

Bonus fail.


This. sure sign owners are morans. neglectful, stupid morans.
 
2013-04-28 11:39:08 PM  

John Buck 41: serial_crusher: I'd name mine Woodford and Reserve.

Jack and Daniel?
Bud and Wiser?
Jim and Beam?
Evan and William?
George and Dickel?
Old and Turkey?


Night & Train
Mad Dog & 20/20 (20/20 on his papers, but I'd call 'em "40".)
Blue & Nun
Cold & Duck
Rumple Minze & Vomit
Fightin' & Cock
Ou & Zo
Ernest & Julio
Bartles & James
Cisco & Four Loko
Champagne & Purell
 
2013-04-28 11:39:37 PM  

aerojockey: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: This is all with the same family, and all with the same training and environment. I'd trust kids alone with a pit bull over a lapdog any day.

[www.aerojockey.com image 567x236]


Uh oh, here comes the "some small dog once bit off a baby's toe" anecdote.
 
2013-04-28 11:39:55 PM  

aerojockey: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: This is all with the same family, and all with the same training and environment. I'd trust kids alone with a pit bull over a lapdog any day.

[www.aerojockey.com image 567x236]


Hey, I'm all about executing bad dog owners. fark 'em.
 
2013-04-28 11:40:25 PM  
What am I if I name them Purple & Drank?
 
2013-04-28 11:41:27 PM  
And yes, I know 20/20 is 1. I said 40 because it's another booze reference. You call your dogs Mad Dog and One if you want.
 
2013-04-28 11:42:09 PM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: aerojockey: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: This is all with the same family, and all with the same training and environment. I'd trust kids alone with a pit bull over a lapdog any day.

[www.aerojockey.com image 567x236]

Hey, I'm all about executing bad dog owners. fark 'em.


It's cool.  Just wanted to point out that there is a reason why lapdog, however vicious they are, aren't considered dangerous breeds while pits are.
 
2013-04-28 11:43:03 PM  

bearded clamorer: Could have been worse.
Could have been "Rémy" and "Martin".


Those are the names of my sister-in-law's dogs, one pitbull mix & a lab mix.  They're not aggressive but they're untrained and annoying--jumping on people, thinking they're lap dogs, constantly barking.  And yes, she's white trash--even my husband will be the first to admit that.
 
2013-04-28 11:43:07 PM  
DubtodaIll: I have a pit and he's ok. He does get aggressive around other male dogs but it is the nature of that breed. Nearly every domestic dog we have today was originally bred for purpose. Pit bulls were, and still are though its now frowned uppn, bred for strength and agression. Of course they're fairly easy to train and are harmless if treated properly.

Shhh. You'll never convince these idiots. Before pit bulls, it was rottweilers, dobermans, German shepherds.... The Media needs its bogeymen, and right now it's pit bulls, and these idiots just lap it up.
 
2013-04-28 11:44:40 PM  

aerojockey: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: aerojockey: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: This is all with the same family, and all with the same training and environment. I'd trust kids alone with a pit bull over a lapdog any day.

[www.aerojockey.com image 567x236]

Hey, I'm all about executing bad dog owners. fark 'em.

It's cool.  Just wanted to point out that there is a reason why lapdog, however vicious they are, aren't considered dangerous breeds while pits are.


Stupid people consider them a "dangerous breed", sure. Reasonable, relatively intelligent people understand that a poorly trained laptop is certainly more dangerous than a well-trained pitt. I'll expect a response in the form of another very, very clever jpeg.
 
2013-04-28 11:49:39 PM  
Ever and Clear?
 
2013-04-28 11:49:39 PM  

Gyrfalcon: It's just that pit bulls were created for a very special purpose: To fight in (obviously) dog pits


No, they were bred to fight bears & bulls in pits, NOT other dogs.  That's why they're called BULL dogs.  In fact, aggressiveness towards other dogs & people were purposely bred out of them for centuries.  Bear- and bull-baiting were a popular sport in Europe until the 19th century.  Those dogs bring in a lot of money.  You don't want prize pit bulls going after each other or suddenly turning on the crowd watching them.

The rest of your post is just more assumptions from someone who doesn't know the breeds or their history.   Pit bull-type dogs are no more dangerous than any other dog their size that wasn't trained or treated properly.
 
2013-04-28 11:51:42 PM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: stiletto_the_wise: In before the Pit Bull Apologists who will flood in to tell us all how THEIR little purebred death dog would NEVER hurt a fly, and that the one in the article is a lone bad apple, not representative of the entire breed.

Do you have any reason to believe otherwise? Other than anecdotes?


/Well...that fact that many cities are considering..or have, outlawed this breed.  And they wouldnt do that if there wasn't a problem. You don't grease a non squeaking wheel.
 
2013-04-28 11:53:25 PM  
you'll notice that show is called Pitbulls and Parolees.

Not Pitbulls and High Class people who make over 100,000 grand a year..
 
2013-04-28 11:54:21 PM  
Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom:

Stupid people consider them a "dangerous breed", sure. Reasonable, relatively intelligent people understand that a poorly trained laptop is certainly more dangerous than a well-trained pitt. I'll expect a response in the form of another very, very clever jpeg.

Stupid people? How about people who don't trust them regardless of all of the PSA's done by internet tough guys.

My Beagle won't kill a child if his tail is stepped on and he lashes out. A Pit Bill may very well kill a child and not mean to. But you keep right on defending your loaded-weapon pet, you too can be cool in your trailer park. No amount of nurturing can ever fully prepare you for the unpredictability that is dogs. I personally would rather risk a Beagle bite than a wrongful death lawsuit should my dog attack. Pits may be the nicest dog this side of never, I'll never know, because I will never own one.

My beloved German Shepherd was put down while I was a child because a friend of mine whacked him with a stick accidentally while playing fetch and he scalped her. He'd never been aggressive with anyone up until that point, but all it takes is that one off thing. I hope your insurance is good, because my parents got a $50,000 lawsuit and had to pay medical bills on top of it.
 
2013-04-28 11:55:37 PM  

orclover: 7 month old dogs? So puppies?  Puppies bite farking everything.  Everything.


True. My 4-month old is a mouthy little monster, but he is just about 5 lbs so nobody cares the way they would being nommed upon by a 7-month old pit bull.
 
2013-04-28 11:55:57 PM  
In related news, most pitbull owners are dirtbags. Look at me on my Harley and look at my tats.
 
2013-04-28 11:56:14 PM  
Godammit and Jesus Christ

/what my brother and I thought our names were
//not meant as a compliment
///perfect for unruly mutts, though
 
2013-04-28 11:57:40 PM  

great_tigers: https://www.google.com/search?q=7+month+old+pit+bull&client=safari&h l= en&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=IOJ9UfzkCMTurQGlzoCQCg&ved=0CAoQ_AUoAA &biw=768&bih=928

Hardly a puppy. Much is in the up bringing of a dog. That said, any dog can be raised to be aggressive, not all dogs can be controlled 100 percent of the time. Training and discipline are required to minimize this as much as possible.


You do realize that unless you put quotes around it (and sometimes, even if you do), Google will happily ignore your chosen search terms and/or replace them with something it considers to be equivalent (even though it's sometimes the polar opposite of your search term), right?

ie. a search for "7 month old pit bull" without quotes will happily show you pictures of pit bulls at any age, seven month olds who aren't pit bulls, and... well, anything up to and including seven old bulls, I'd imagine.

Put quotes around your search and suddenly most of the results look a lot less ferocious.

/pitbulls are still evil
 
2013-04-28 11:57:58 PM  
Ghetto Ponies
 
2013-04-29 12:01:19 AM  

Bit'O'Gristle: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: stiletto_the_wise: In before the Pit Bull Apologists who will flood in to tell us all how THEIR little purebred death dog would NEVER hurt a fly, and that the one in the article is a lone bad apple, not representative of the entire breed.

Do you have any reason to believe otherwise? Other than anecdotes?

/Well...that fact that many cities are considering..or have, outlawed this breed.  And they wouldnt do that if there wasn't a problem. You don't grease a non squeaking wheel.


Oh I'm sure there are squeaky wheels when it comes to the breed. Just look at this thread.
 
2013-04-29 12:02:03 AM  

Zombie DJ: you'll notice that show is called Pitbulls and Parolees.

Not Pitbulls and High Class people who make over 100,000 grand a year..


THIS...all day long.
 
2013-04-29 12:02:05 AM  
This headline is terrible. Submitter needs to be in line for the guillotine after all the bankers.
 
2013-04-29 12:03:07 AM  

Poowaddins: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom:

Stupid people consider them a "dangerous breed", sure. Reasonable, relatively intelligent people understand that a poorly trained laptop is certainly more dangerous than a well-trained pitt. I'll expect a response in the form of another very, very clever jpeg.

Stupid people? How about people who don't trust them regardless of all of the PSA's done by internet tough guys.

My Beagle won't kill a child if his tail is stepped on and he lashes out. A Pit Bill may very well kill a child and not mean to. But you keep right on defending your loaded-weapon pet, you too can be cool in your trailer park. No amount of nurturing can ever fully prepare you for the unpredictability that is dogs. I personally would rather risk a Beagle bite than a wrongful death lawsuit should my dog attack. Pits may be the nicest dog this side of never, I'll never know, because I will never own one.

My beloved German Shepherd was put down while I was a child because a friend of mine whacked him with a stick accidentally while playing fetch and he scalped her. He'd never been aggressive with anyone up until that point, but all it takes is that one off thing. I hope your insurance is good, because my parents got a $50,000 lawsuit and had to pay medical bills on top of it.


So.. to make your point about how evil pit bulls are, you use an anecdote with a... German Shepherd?

So why not ban German Shepherds?
 
2013-04-29 12:03:55 AM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: I've basically dogs as pets ever since I was born... everything from Rotts, to Pitts, to Border Collies, to Shih-Tzu's, and almost everything in between. The worst behaved dogs, by far, were the small little yappy dogs. The Chihuahuas, the Terriers, etc... The best behaved dogs were the collies. The most affectionate, playful, and loving dogs were the "scary" dogs - Rotts and the Pitts.

This is all with the same family, and all with the same training and environment. I'd trust kids alone with a pit bull over a lapdog any day.


My border collie was a neurotic crazy thing - Inexperienced dog owners plus a working dog with no job to do. My current half pug, half chihuahua is the sweetest dog I have ever owned. Not yappy or snappy, very chill. The jury is still out on the new Babby - but I think the trick with small dogs is to treat them as you would the big dogs. They don't have to be yappy little monsters unless you let them be.
 
2013-04-29 12:04:09 AM  

Poowaddins: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom:

Stupid people consider them a "dangerous breed", sure. Reasonable, relatively intelligent people understand that a poorly trained laptop is certainly more dangerous than a well-trained pitt. I'll expect a response in the form of another very, very clever jpeg.

Stupid people? How about people who don't trust them regardless of all of the PSA's done by internet tough guys.

My Beagle won't kill a child if his tail is stepped on and he lashes out. A Pit Bill may very well kill a child and not mean to. But you keep right on defending your loaded-weapon pet, you too can be cool in your trailer park. No amount of nurturing can ever fully prepare you for the unpredictability that is dogs. I personally would rather risk a Beagle bite than a wrongful death lawsuit should my dog attack. Pits may be the nicest dog this side of never, I'll never know, because I will never own one.

My beloved German Shepherd was put down while I was a child because a friend of mine whacked him with a stick accidentally while playing fetch and he scalped her. He'd never been aggressive with anyone up until that point, but all it takes is that one off thing. I hope your insurance is good, because my parents got a $50,000 lawsuit and had to pay medical bills on top of it.


Oh, please disregard my previous response. You're a fat white chick on the internet, no wonder you have horribly-formed opinions.
 
2013-04-29 12:05:49 AM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: aerojockey: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: aerojockey: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: This is all with the same family, and all with the same training and environment. I'd trust kids alone with a pit bull over a lapdog any day.

[www.aerojockey.com image 567x236]

Hey, I'm all about executing bad dog owners. fark 'em.

It's cool.  Just wanted to point out that there is a reason why lapdog, however vicious they are, aren't considered dangerous breeds while pits are.

Stupid people consider them a "dangerous breed", sure. Reasonable, relatively intelligent people understand that a poorly trained laptop is certainly more dangerous than a well-trained pitt. I'll expect a response in the form of another very, very clever jpeg.


My poorly trained laptop just sits there.
 
2013-04-29 12:06:29 AM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: aerojockey: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: aerojockey: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: This is all with the same family, and all with the same training and environment. I'd trust kids alone with a pit bull over a lapdog any day.

[www.aerojockey.com image 567x236]

Hey, I'm all about executing bad dog owners. fark 'em.

It's cool.  Just wanted to point out that there is a reason why lapdog, however vicious they are, aren't considered dangerous breeds while pits are.

Stupid people consider them a "dangerous breed", sure. Reasonable, relatively intelligent people understand that a poorly trained laptop is certainly more dangerous than a well-trained pitt. I'll expect a response in the form of another very, very clever jpeg.


In that sense of "dangerous", a well-trained 6-year-old with a handgun is less dangerous that a poorly-trained toddler with a wooden block. This is not really a strong argument in favor of open carry for 6-year-olds.

There are plenty of dogs that could attack me all day long without causing me anything more than annoyance. They are less dangerous than any pit bull simply because they're crappy little excuses for dogs. That doesn't mean pit bulls are evil or inherently unstable or should be banned, but it makes sense to recognize that they have greater potential for doing serious harm than most other breeds.

/my laptop is very well trained, it is responding properly to every keystroke
 
2013-04-29 12:07:18 AM  

John Buck 41: serial_crusher: I'd name mine Woodford and Reserve.

Jack and Daniel?
Bud and Wiser?
Jim and Beam?
Evan and William?
George and Dickel?
Old and Turkey?


Farr and Queue
 
2013-04-29 12:14:27 AM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: aerojockey: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: aerojockey: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: This is all with the same family, and all with the same training and environment. I'd trust kids alone with a pit bull over a lapdog any day.

[www.aerojockey.com image 567x236]

Hey, I'm all about executing bad dog owners. fark 'em.

It's cool.  Just wanted to point out that there is a reason why lapdog, however vicious they are, aren't considered dangerous breeds while pits are.

Stupid people consider them a "dangerous breed", sure. Reasonable, relatively intelligent people understand that a poorly trained laptop is certainly more dangerous than a well-trained pitt. I'll expect a response in the form of another very, very clever jpeg.


Smart people consider them dangerous until it's proven otherwise.

If you're wrong with a Pit you could die. If you're wrong with a Peke you might have to buy new socks.

My friends that have had Pits were all smart people and trained their dogs well. They were good around kids, mailmen--whoever. But I have run across some people who had dogs that came from stock that rednecks bred for fighting, too. Those jerks kept their dogs on chains in their yards and did not socialize them with other people or dogs. If you weren't a family member and you went to that house those dogs would strain at their chains and bark their throats raw, slavering.

Dogs of any ilk are only as good as their owners. And as you are so fond of pointing out--there are a bunch of stupid people in the world. I think it's only farking prudent to cautiously approach any dogs that can easily rip out your throat.
 
2013-04-29 12:23:59 AM  
I love morons like Dow Jones. We get it, you have a very small penis and a very big dog. You probably also have a biatchin' mullet that drives your female co-workers at Walmart crazy!   How's the Camero?
 
2013-04-29 12:24:16 AM  
www.nokilldelaware.org
 
2013-04-29 12:25:54 AM  
Or...

Are you a brilliant troll playing all of us like violins???
 
2013-04-29 12:26:55 AM  

QCB79: [www.nokilldelaware.org image 600x600]


The last one should be labelled "AK-47"
 
2013-04-29 12:35:17 AM  

another cultural observer: skinink: "If a 12-year old is a child, a 7-month dog is a puppy...."

I suppose you're taking into consideration the age of the dog in dog years? Before I even read your post I looked up how big a 7 month old pitbulll could be, which averages 55 pounds. Yea those dogs are only seven months old but I don't really think I'd wanna fark around with two pitbulls weighing 55 pounds each.

Two 7-pound Chihuahuas would do more damage than those pitties, every single time.  Chihuahua's are more aggressive due to their small stature and can be like piranha.


^ Freaking this. I remember these couple of assholes in my neighborhood, during my childhood, who had a couple of chihuahuas. I didn't think very much of them, especially the bigger one (if "bigger" counts for anything) who kept viciously barking at me. That all changed one day when that damn farking rat bit my ankle.

In addition to my furious parents afterwards, there was now enough sound reason for me to HHHHATE the ugly little bastards. Still do to this day.
 
2013-04-29 12:38:56 AM  

another cultural observer: Two 7-pound Chihuahuas would do more damage than those pitties, every single time.  Chihuahua's are more aggressive due to their small stature and can be like piranha.


Said someone who has obviously never actually been bitten by a Chihuahua. My wife's can't even break skin. He has to literally wrestle with his kibble, one piece at a time. Chihuahuas are aggressive because of their small size, but it's 100% bluff. Unless they hook a nostril, they have zero ability to actually cause damage.
 
2013-04-29 12:42:50 AM  

skinink: "If a 12-year old is a child, a 7-month dog is a puppy...."

I suppose you're taking into consideration the age of the dog in dog years? Before I even read your post I looked up how big a 7 month old pitbulll could be, which averages 55 pounds. Yea those dogs are only seven months old but I don't really think I'd wanna fark around with two pitbulls weighing 55 pounds each.


My full grown pitbulls weigh 45 and 60 pounds respectably.  At 7 months, neither of them were anywhere close to 55lbs.  More like 20lbs.  Are you trolling? Are all of you trolling? Or are all of you really this farking stupid?  Is half of this thread made up of trolls from the pitbull/circumcision brigades?

That has to be the answer.  Otherwise I am drowning in a thread full of stupidity.  Wait, its a pitbull thread, i'm honestly not drunk enough to deal with this much trolling.

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2013-04-29 12:43:32 AM  
To be honest, doesn't Pit Bull prefer 12 year olds? Isn't that the M.O. of "rap" artists?
 
2013-04-29 12:50:28 AM  
I have owned Labradors my whole life. My dogs without exception have played with children from of all ages, including infants and toddlers. The kids sit on the dogs heads, pull and bite ears, twist nipples, yank on tails. The only response from the dogs I have ever seen is a whimper, and getting up to move away from the child. Even in rough play with older kids biting is essentially "mouthing" the child to say "that's quite enough,thank you. I have never seen broken skin or bruising in any incident. The breed is a huge part of any dog/human interaction. Own pitbulls, akitas, chows, chihuahuas etc... all you like, but for Christs sake, don't let them loose near children or anyone else you don't want to see bitten. I don't care if your little pitty is "such an angel" and wouldn't hurt a fly. Statistics generally don't lie. And dog bites are not only painful, but can emotionally scar people and turn them against our four legged friends for life.
I am not discounting animal abuse and neglect as contributing to this problem, but if it was my kid.. I sure as hell wouldn't take a chance.

/my two cents
//flame away pitbull owners
 
2013-04-29 12:51:12 AM  
When I was a kid, one of my neighbors had a german shepherd named Michelob. One day, my neighbor was out walking him and my mother told her not to let the dog get too close to me because she was afraid he'd bite me. The neighbor assured her that he'd never bite anyone. As soon as she said it, Michelob bit me right in the face.

//another neighbor had a dog named Hitler, who, shockingly, never did bite me (as much as he lived up to that name)
 
2013-04-29 12:52:20 AM  

WhoopAssWayne: Aaaaand they're from Maine. Yep, redneck hicks who must be put in their place.


Wonder if they've whittled any hate sticks...
 
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