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2013-08-24 12:19:46 PM
I had a weird semi-homo dream I was massaging Cranston's polished scalp with tea tree oil as the full cast of Good Times watched.
/seemed like the time and place to reveal that
 
2013-08-24 12:21:46 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Affleck is a great choice for Batman... Lets be honest the bar is so low right now anyway after Bale's horrendous "cookie monster" version.


They over used the martyr formula but still, those movies rocked. I'm not really into the previous queer, cross dressing batman incarnations... not being flamboyantly gay and all.
 
2013-08-24 12:22:09 PM

Hobodeluxe: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: [sphotos-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 532x317]

Massive trolling.

most of the casting for these films get shiat on by the internet and the fanboys. it happened with Keaton,Ledger,Downey jr,Ruffalo,ScarJo and the list goes on and on. You'll never make everyone happy.


Incorrect.  Most of the casting for the Marvel movies were agreed to be spot on.  People were raving even in the first days about RDJ because he looked like Stark and had the history with booze to help him nail the fallibility of Stark's personality.

And ledger was considered a fine pick due to his credentials.

See, the problem with the people who say "Oh, they always shiat on the casting choices" is that Batfleck has a HISTORY of sucking as a Superhero, who is on the record as saying that it was a humiliation and is glad he did it only so that it insulated him from ever being considered for another Superhero role in the future.

Batfleck has never done a role where he managed to come off as anything required for the Batman role.

Granted, Clooney didn't do it either.  And Kilmer came off more as emotionally damaged than anything else.

But, in this movie, the Batman has to not only be intimidating to 'criminals', but he has to have the ability to be so intimidating and so 'believable' in his confidence and determination that he convinces us that he not only has the stones to stand up to an invincible, immortal alien Demi-god in the form of Superman...but that he can BEAT HIM.

Otherwise, it's not Batman VS Superman...It's Superman and Robin.
 
2013-08-24 12:22:58 PM
i1182.photobucket.com
 
2013-08-24 12:26:34 PM
If it were a Marvel movie, it would matter because there's a chance it could be good.  But it's DC, so who the fark cares?
 
2013-08-24 12:27:00 PM

Infernalist: dfacto: You guys ready to laugh?

Imagine Ben Affleck in the Batman suit.  Now imagine him trying to interrogate a criminal.  Using Christian Bale's Batman voice.

I don't have to imagine it, he tried to do it in Daredevil aka Batman-lite.  He looked hilarious growling things out in that first opening fight scene in the bar...


That stupid movie tarnished that awesome Evanesence song for me forever.
 
2013-08-24 12:27:07 PM

hitlersbrain: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Affleck is a great choice for Batman... Lets be honest the bar is so low right now anyway after Bale's horrendous "cookie monster" version.

They over used the martyr formula but still, those movies rocked. I'm not really into the previous queer, cross dressing batman incarnations... not being flamboyantly gay and all.


The movies were fantastic. Bale's batman voice was laughable.
 
2013-08-24 12:27:14 PM
I believe the origin of nerdrage toward Aflack began when he was caught farking Jeniffer Lopez. He could never be forgiven for that transgression.
 
2013-08-24 12:27:30 PM

Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: [sphotos-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 532x317]

Massive trolling.

most of the casting for these films get shiat on by the internet and the fanboys. it happened with Keaton,Ledger,Downey jr,Ruffalo,ScarJo and the list goes on and on. You'll never make everyone happy.

Incorrect.  Most of the casting for the Marvel movies were agreed to be spot on.  People were raving even in the first days about RDJ because he looked like Stark and had the history with booze to help him nail the fallibility of Stark's personality.

And ledger was considered a fine pick due to his credentials.

See, the problem with the people who say "Oh, they always shiat on the casting choices" is that Batfleck has a HISTORY of sucking as a Superhero, who is on the record as saying that it was a humiliation and is glad he did it only so that it insulated him from ever being considered for another Superhero role in the future.

Batfleck has never done a role where he managed to come off as anything required for the Batman role.

Granted, Clooney didn't do it either.  And Kilmer came off more as emotionally damaged than anything else.

But, in this movie, the Batman has to not only be intimidating to 'criminals', but he has to have the ability to be so intimidating and so 'believable' in his confidence and determination that he convinces us that he not only has the stones to stand up to an invincible, immortal alien Demi-god in the form of Superman...but that he can BEAT HIM.

Otherwise, it's not Batman VS Superman...It's Superman and Robin.



Bullshiat. Up until Ledger was cast as the Joker, the main critically acclaimed performance he had turned in was Brokeback Mountain, which fanboys wouldn't admit to seeing.
 
2013-08-24 12:29:46 PM

stoli n coke: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: [sphotos-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 532x317]

Massive trolling.

most of the casting for these films get shiat on by the internet and the fanboys. it happened with Keaton,Ledger,Downey jr,Ruffalo,ScarJo and the list goes on and on. You'll never make everyone happy.

Incorrect.  Most of the casting for the Marvel movies were agreed to be spot on.  People were raving even in the first days about RDJ because he looked like Stark and had the history with booze to help him nail the fallibility of Stark's personality.

And ledger was considered a fine pick due to his credentials.

See, the problem with the people who say "Oh, they always shiat on the casting choices" is that Batfleck has a HISTORY of sucking as a Superhero, who is on the record as saying that it was a humiliation and is glad he did it only so that it insulated him from ever being considered for another Superhero role in the future.

Batfleck has never done a role where he managed to come off as anything required for the Batman role.

Granted, Clooney didn't do it either.  And Kilmer came off more as emotionally damaged than anything else.

But, in this movie, the Batman has to not only be intimidating to 'criminals', but he has to have the ability to be so intimidating and so 'believable' in his confidence and determination that he convinces us that he not only has the stones to stand up to an invincible, immortal alien Demi-god in the form of Superman...but that he can BEAT HIM.

Otherwise, it's not Batman VS Superman...It's Superman and Robin.


Bullshiat. Up until Ledger was cast as the Joker, the main critically acclaimed performance he had turned in was Brokeback Mountain, which fanboys wouldn't admit to seeing.


And Casanova, and A Knight's Tale, and Ten Things I Hate About You.  But, all of that is irrelevant to the fact that Ledger didn't have a history of sucking ass in the Superhero role and shiatting on it afterward.
 
2013-08-24 12:30:39 PM
Don't you think Hank would make a better Lex Luthor?

"Okay boss, we gathered up all them Kryptonite rocks like you said --"

"THEY'RE MINERALS!!!"
 
2013-08-24 12:30:49 PM

Authentic Chop Suey: I believe the origin of nerdrage toward Aflack began when he was caught farking Jeniffer Lopez. He could never be forgiven for that transgression.


Nah, it was after Daredevil came out and people learned he was farking Jennifer Garner. She had a big cult following at that time, and Affleck crushed their dreams.
 
2013-08-24 12:33:53 PM

Infernalist: stoli n coke: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: [sphotos-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 532x317]

Massive trolling.

most of the casting for these films get shiat on by the internet and the fanboys. it happened with Keaton,Ledger,Downey jr,Ruffalo,ScarJo and the list goes on and on. You'll never make everyone happy.

Incorrect.  Most of the casting for the Marvel movies were agreed to be spot on.  People were raving even in the first days about RDJ because he looked like Stark and had the history with booze to help him nail the fallibility of Stark's personality.

And ledger was considered a fine pick due to his credentials.

See, the problem with the people who say "Oh, they always shiat on the casting choices" is that Batfleck has a HISTORY of sucking as a Superhero, who is on the record as saying that it was a humiliation and is glad he did it only so that it insulated him from ever being considered for another Superhero role in the future.

Batfleck has never done a role where he managed to come off as anything required for the Batman role.

Granted, Clooney didn't do it either.  And Kilmer came off more as emotionally damaged than anything else.

But, in this movie, the Batman has to not only be intimidating to 'criminals', but he has to have the ability to be so intimidating and so 'believable' in his confidence and determination that he convinces us that he not only has the stones to stand up to an invincible, immortal alien Demi-god in the form of Superman...but that he can BEAT HIM.

Otherwise, it's not Batman VS Superman...It's Superman and Robin.


Bullshiat. Up until Ledger was cast as the Joker, the main critically acclaimed performance he had turned in was Brokeback Mountain, which fanboys wouldn't admit to seeing.

And Casanova, and A Knight's Tale, and Ten Things I Hate About You.  But, all of that is irrelevant to the fact that Ledger didn't have a history of sucking ass in the Superhero role and shiatting on it afterward.



Jesus Christ, are you crying? Show us on the doll where Daredevil touched you.

Casanova was a bomb, Knight's Tale was forgettable popcorn fare, and 10 Things was an ensemble teen comedy. Do you really think that is a fanboy suitable resume for a Batman vilain?
 
2013-08-24 12:34:58 PM

stoli n coke: Infernalist: stoli n coke: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: [sphotos-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 532x317]

Massive trolling.

most of the casting for these films get shiat on by the internet and the fanboys. it happened with Keaton,Ledger,Downey jr,Ruffalo,ScarJo and the list goes on and on. You'll never make everyone happy.

Incorrect.  Most of the casting for the Marvel movies were agreed to be spot on.  People were raving even in the first days about RDJ because he looked like Stark and had the history with booze to help him nail the fallibility of Stark's personality.

And ledger was considered a fine pick due to his credentials.

See, the problem with the people who say "Oh, they always shiat on the casting choices" is that Batfleck has a HISTORY of sucking as a Superhero, who is on the record as saying that it was a humiliation and is glad he did it only so that it insulated him from ever being considered for another Superhero role in the future.

Batfleck has never done a role where he managed to come off as anything required for the Batman role.

Granted, Clooney didn't do it either.  And Kilmer came off more as emotionally damaged than anything else.

But, in this movie, the Batman has to not only be intimidating to 'criminals', but he has to have the ability to be so intimidating and so 'believable' in his confidence and determination that he convinces us that he not only has the stones to stand up to an invincible, immortal alien Demi-god in the form of Superman...but that he can BEAT HIM.

Otherwise, it's not Batman VS Superman...It's Superman and Robin.


Bullshiat. Up until Ledger was cast as the Joker, the main critically acclaimed performance he had turned in was Brokeback Mountain, which fanboys wouldn't admit to seeing.

And Casanova, and A Knight's Tale, and Ten Things I Hate About You.  But, all of that is irrelevant to the fact that Ledger didn't have a history of sucking ass in the Superhero role and shiatting on it afterward.


J ...


I'm sorry, I couldn't hear you over the sound of the troll in your mouth.
 
2013-08-24 12:37:33 PM

Smeggy Smurf: Some Coke Drinking Guy: Watching Ben Affleck as batman will be worse then loosing a ball to cancer.

Still not as bad as your spelling


Smeggy Smurf must be  Rotsky's new Fark handle.
 
2013-08-24 12:38:53 PM
Oh god. I'm laughing so hard I'm crying.
 
2013-08-24 12:38:56 PM
Aflek would totally channel Adam West for a return to campy batman.
 
2013-08-24 12:39:57 PM
It really isn't going to matter if they put Sir Lawrence Olivier in the role of Luthor. Affleck is going to suck.
 
2013-08-24 12:40:34 PM

Authentic Chop Suey: I believe the origin of nerdrage toward Aflack began when he was caught farking Jeniffer Lopez. He could never be forgiven for that transgression.



We were far more upset when he got into bed with Cartman's right hand.
 
ecl
2013-08-24 12:43:44 PM

bonobo73: Authentic Chop Suey: I believe the origin of nerdrage toward Aflack began when he was caught farking Jeniffer Lopez. He could never be forgiven for that transgression.


We were far more upset when he got into bed with Cartman's right hand.


How could he resist her taco flavored kisses?
 
2013-08-24 12:49:59 PM

Esroc: I want to see the 90's Clone Luthor with the long luxurious red hair.




He's got the 90's goatee.
 
2013-08-24 12:54:37 PM
I don't know where to begin with this thread and the internet in general since the Affleck announcement. So much nerd butthurt.
 
2013-08-24 01:03:45 PM

Lord Binky: I don't know where to begin with this thread and the internet in general since the Affleck announcement. So much nerd butthurt.



Schadenfreude? Yea, I'm gonna go with schadenfreude.
 
2013-08-24 01:05:54 PM
Studio executives have known for a long time that nerds will still go, no matter what, and they will always be mad, no matter what.
 
2013-08-24 01:07:41 PM

thismomentinblackhistory: Studio executives WB/DC have known for a long time that nerds will still go, no matter what, and they will always be mad, no matter what.


Marvel/Disney have learned that happy comic book nerds spend a LOT MORE MONEY than angry sad ones.
 
2013-08-24 01:09:00 PM

Lord Binky: I don't know where to begin with this thread and the internet in general since the Affleck announcement. So much nerd butthurt.


I don't get it. I'm a nerd and I think this is a great choice.
 
2013-08-24 01:14:50 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Lord Binky: I don't know where to begin with this thread and the internet in general since the Affleck announcement. So much nerd butthurt.

I don't get it. I'm a nerd and I think this is a great choice.


Not anymore. I'm going to need you turn in your badge.
 
2013-08-24 01:15:05 PM
I'm just happy that they decided to go with Walter White instead of Malcolm in the Middle's Dad.
 
2013-08-24 01:15:24 PM

AverageAmericanGuy: I think Affleck could make a good Batman. He's got the acting chops. There was a lot of this kind of nerdrage when Michael farking Keaton was chosen to be the original Batman, and he turned out to be the best Batman evar.


So, what universe are you from where this is true?
 
2013-08-24 01:15:51 PM
Cranston is the motherfarking BOMB.

That is all.
 
2013-08-24 01:17:29 PM

phenn: Cranston is the motherfarking BOMB.

That is all.


and Batfleck is going to look like a tard standing across from him.
 
2013-08-24 01:18:47 PM

Agent Smiths Laugh: AverageAmericanGuy: I think Affleck could make a good Batman. He's got the acting chops. There was a lot of this kind of nerdrage when Michael farking Keaton was chosen to be the original Batman, and he turned out to be the best Batman evar.

So, what universe are you from where this is true?


The one where Kristen Stewart has an acting career. I'm not saying Affleck's the best actor evar, but in the current crop of Hollywood prettyboys, he's one of the better choices to play Batman.
 
2013-08-24 01:19:57 PM

ecl: [i.chzbgr.com image 401x271]

Batman looks stoned out of his gourd.


img2-3.timeinc.net

...so is there any more pot?
 
2013-08-24 01:20:48 PM

Infernalist: thismomentinblackhistory: Studio executives WB/DC have known for a long time that nerds will still go, no matter what, and they will always be mad, no matter what.

Marvel/Disney have learned that happy comic book nerds spend a LOT MORE MONEY than angry sad ones.


I hope he kills it. I hope he is the best Batman ever. My little IMDB app has a news feed and I inadvertently clicked "Ben Affleck" and I learned some things about him that challenged by own assumptions about who he is as a person, which is not to say they are things that make him a good actor or good for the role, but lead me instead to believe that he is a man of high intelligence that could really surprise us. Heath Ledger wasn't exactly well received when he was cast as the Joker.
 
2013-08-24 01:21:17 PM

AverageAmericanGuy: Agent Smiths Laugh: AverageAmericanGuy: I think Affleck could make a good Batman. He's got the acting chops. There was a lot of this kind of nerdrage when Michael farking Keaton was chosen to be the original Batman, and he turned out to be the best Batman evar.

So, what universe are you from where this is true?

The one where Kristen Stewart has an acting career. I'm not saying Affleck's the best actor evar, but in the current crop of Hollywood prettyboys, he's one of the better choices to play Batman.


Affleck would be a good director for this....Or even playing The Flash since their personalities sorta match up, but Batfleck is going to be a disaster.  He's never done a single role where he's managed to be intimidating in any meaningful way.

I mean, for the love of god, look at Daredevil.  That's Batman-lite and he failed miserably at it.  The only reason he got picked for the role is name recognition.
 
2013-08-24 01:21:23 PM

Hobodeluxe: And Bats after doing research on Supes and finally deciding they're on the same side will probably save his life when Luthor tries to kill him with the Kryptonite.


You mean "Luth?"
 
2013-08-24 01:21:38 PM

Infernalist: Incorrect.  Most of the casting for the Marvel movies were agreed to be spot on.  People were raving even in the first days about RDJ because he looked like Stark and had the history with booze to help him nail the fallibility of Stark's personality.

And ledger was considered a fine pick due to his credentials.


FALSE. You're just a revisionist Marvel fanboy.

"The idea of Chris Evans as Captain America is laughable,"

"Awful casting and also shows laziness by rehashing an actor"

"Marvel goes rubber-faced for Captain America"

"I dont know, he's an alright actor but i think this role might get to him. guess we'll have to wait for the trailer to see what he's like."

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/movies/2010/03/chris-evans-captain-a me rica-marvel.html
http://io9.com/5490557/captain-america-casting-john-krasinskis-out-c hr is-evans-and-the-tron-kid-are-in
http://screenrant.com/captain-america-chris-evans-2-rob-49847/commen t- page-1/#comments

Oh and this guy also had previously been in a terrible superhero movie.

LOL at the "Ledger was accepted right away"

http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/08/23/this-batmanben-affleck-backla sh -sounds-familiar

And you have the gall to call  stoli n cokea troll? Get freaking real.
 
2013-08-24 01:21:58 PM

Infernalist: phenn: Cranston is the motherfarking BOMB.

That is all.

and Batfleck is going to look like a tard standing across from him.


75/25 chance. He was positively miserable in Daredevil.

I still think Billy Zane would have been a better Batman. Fark, my cat would be a better Batman, but he's not as hot as Zane.
 
2013-08-24 01:22:41 PM

Infernalist: thismomentinblackhistory: Studio executives WB/DC have known for a long time that nerds will still go, no matter what, and they will always be mad, no matter what.

Marvel/Disney have learned that happy comic book nerds spend a LOT MORE MONEY than angry sad ones.


Nah, he was right the first time.

Plus tons of nerds were raging for the Mandarin change in IM3, so your theory is bunk.
 
2013-08-24 01:26:18 PM

thismomentinblackhistory: Infernalist: thismomentinblackhistory: Studio executives WB/DC have known for a long time that nerds will still go, no matter what, and they will always be mad, no matter what.

Marvel/Disney have learned that happy comic book nerds spend a LOT MORE MONEY than angry sad ones.

I hope he kills it. I hope he is the best Batman ever. My little IMDB app has a news feed and I inadvertently clicked "Ben Affleck" and I learned some things about him that challenged by own assumptions about who he is as a person, which is not to say they are things that make him a good actor or good for the role, but lead me instead to believe that he is a man of high intelligence that could really surprise us. Heath Ledger wasn't exactly well received when he was cast as the Joker.


He won't.  He had his chance to play that role and he made it perfectly clear that he sucks at playing a grim and gritty Superhero who specializes in hand-to-hand combat and throwing small things, as well as maintaining a very public persona alter ego.

In every role he's ever been in, he's been Ben Affleck playing something.  Oh look, it's Ben Affleck playing a slacker, a bank robber, a secret agent.  He can't 'do' suspension of disbelief and losing himself in his role.  He can't.  He lacks the talent.

At no point in his life has anyone looked at one of his movies and gone "Oh snap, is that Ben Affleck!?!  I didn't even recognize him and I've seen this move twice already!"

Not only that, but this Batman can't just call it quits after intimidating some street thugs or a lunatic in face paint...No, he's got to have the gravitas/presence to be able to get in SUPERMAN's face and not only make us believe that he could stand up to that demi-god...but also beat him.

Ben Affleck can't do that.
 
2013-08-24 01:28:11 PM

stuhayes2010: So lets get this straight. Batman's only enemies is the joker, penguin, two face, and scarecrow. Superman has general Zod and Lex.


According to Hollywood anyway.


Um, the last Batman series Covered Ducard, Ras Al Ghul and his daughter plus Bane. That's fairly deep into his rogues gallery. But for the most part yeah they cover the heros top villain or 2 because they want the broadest audience possible so they pick the ones everyone knows.
 
2013-08-24 01:28:43 PM

rocky_howard: Infernalist: Incorrect.  Most of the casting for the Marvel movies were agreed to be spot on.  People were raving even in the first days about RDJ because he looked like Stark and had the history with booze to help him nail the fallibility of Stark's personality.

And ledger was considered a fine pick due to his credentials.

FALSE. You're just a revisionist Marvel fanboy.

"The idea of Chris Evans as Captain America is laughable,"

"Awful casting and also shows laziness by rehashing an actor"

"Marvel goes rubber-faced for Captain America"

"I dont know, he's an alright actor but i think this role might get to him. guess we'll have to wait for the trailer to see what he's like."

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/movies/2010/03/chris-evans-captain-a me rica-marvel.html
http://io9.com/5490557/captain-america-casting-john-krasinskis-out-c hr is-evans-and-the-tron-kid-are-in
http://screenrant.com/captain-america-chris-evans-2-rob-49847/commen t- page-1/#comments

Oh and this guy also had previously been in a terrible superhero movie.

LOL at the "Ledger was accepted right away"

http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/08/23/this-batmanben-affleck-backla sh -sounds-familiar

And you have the gall to call  stoli n cokea troll? Get freaking real.


Stop following me around, I'm not going to go out with you.
 
2013-08-24 01:31:41 PM
Guess this won't shut fanboys up after all.

Best choice for Batman would have been:

lh5.googleusercontent.com
 
2013-08-24 01:32:23 PM

belhade: Guess this won't shut fanboys up after all.

Best choice for Batman would have been:

[lh5.googleusercontent.com image 427x512]


Too young.
 
2013-08-24 01:33:05 PM
"Actor" and "movie star" are two different job descriptions. I have no issues with the casting here.
 
2013-08-24 01:35:15 PM

jsnbase: "Actor" and "movie star" are two different job descriptions. I have no issues with the casting here.


Ben Affleck framed half of this thread for murder.
 
2013-08-24 01:39:07 PM
You folks do realize that Daredevil was awful for plenty of non-Affleck related reasons right? The screenwriter/director most importantly.

The Fantastic Four movies were terrible, but that didn't stop Chris Evans from playing a serviceable Captain America.
 
2013-08-24 01:40:42 PM

salvador.hardin: You folks do realize that Daredevil was awful for plenty of non-Affleck related reasons right? The screenwriter/director most importantly.


Absolutely. But, the reason Affleck assed it up so badly is that the guy just cannot do mean. Not even a little bit. He's like a big puppy.
 
2013-08-24 01:43:00 PM

salvador.hardin: You folks do realize that Daredevil was awful for plenty of non-Affleck related reasons right? The screenwriter/director most importantly.

The Fantastic Four movies were terrible, but that didn't stop Chris Evans from playing a serviceable Captain America.


No, I agree completely.  DD was full of bad from all sides and every aspect, aside from Duncan as the Kingpin.  And Coolio.

That said, he still stunk to high heaven as DD and pretty much everyone is in agreement on that.

So, at the end of the day, if you thought his portrayal of DD was an amazing display and were enthralled by his performance, then I guess you have the right to say that you think he'll be good as Batfleck.

Meanwhile, most of us look at his DD performance and mourn the reality of Batfleck.
 
2013-08-24 01:50:44 PM

Infernalist: aside from Duncan as the Kingpin


For such an apparently nice person, he sure did asshole right.

www.badhaven.com
 
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