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(Jezebel)   Lady is making 300 sandwiches to get engagement from a man who tells her, "You've been up for 15 minutes and you haven't made me a sandwich?" There is hope for us all   (jezebel.com) divider line 219
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2013-09-25 06:04:06 PM  

the_vegetarian_cannibal: parody


That word does not.... etc.
 
2013-09-25 06:05:36 PM  

Smackledorfer: Literally Addicted: If my guy ever said 300 sandwiches = an engagement ring, I would make all 300 in one day and make him eat them and watched his stomach explode like the guy in Seven.

I'll marry you for five sammiches.


Looking at her photo, I'll do it for 4.
 
2013-09-25 06:06:11 PM  

Smackledorfer: Coco LaFemme: The guy sounds like a prick, and if she gets him to marry her, she deserves the misery that will come from spending the rest of her life with him.

Do you know more about him than the jezebel article?

Or have you been in a relationship?

Because every good one I've been in involved lots of teasing and jokes.

I don't think this sandwich business is nearly so serious as jezebel makes it.


I've been dating my boyfriend for 13 years now, so yes, yes I have.  We joke and tease each other all the time, to the point of annoying the shiat out of my parents every Sunday when we come by for dinner.  That said, he's never joked with me in a way that would make someone else overhearing it think that he was ordering me around or commanding me to do things.  That's just our relationship.  If it works for these two, more power to them, I suppose.
 
2013-09-25 06:06:39 PM  

GrahamManning: I had a Mediterranean Chicken sandwich for lunch today.  It was grilled chicken,  feta cheese, lettuce tomato and kalamata olives on rye toasted up in a pannini press.  God damn that was good.  Kalamata olives on a sandwich are way underrated.


Those olives are indeed amazing.
 
2013-09-25 06:06:40 PM  

PsiChick: mediablitz: The woman who wrote the story doesn't sound bitter AT ALL.

Because naturally, when watching someone make three hundred sandwiches for a guy whose morning line is 'why haven't you made me a sandwich yet', the first reaction is to be jealous and bitter that you can't attract THAT fine specimen of humanity.

/Seriously, articles like this are great reminders of why being single can be a good thing.


Perhaps if you read the woman's actual blog, instead of the rant filled man hate biatch fest on Jezebel, you would have a better understanding of the situation. But then again you may simply prefer to hate a guy you know nothing about.
 
2013-09-25 06:07:28 PM  
Dammit, now this thread has made me hungry and want a sammich really badly.
 
2013-09-25 06:10:02 PM  
My wife couldn't make a decent sandwich to save her life.  I have to be the one to make sandwiches.

Atleast she likes to make with the snoo snoo.
 
2013-09-25 06:10:47 PM  

lockers: Coco LaFemme: A relationship of equals does not contain servitude.

Serving someone isn't some power game and sometimes you go beyond nice things for loved ones. I'm not talking about demanding jack. If the edge of your involvement in a relationship ends where doing whatever the fark you please and no more, well, your selfish. But sure, lecture me about adult relationships. Go ahead. I'm going to take your ideas seriously when assault is the answer to expecting something from you.


If my boyfriend expects me to do shiat for him solely because I'm his girlfriend and he believes it's my job to do shiat for him, then yes, he deserves his balls kicked in.  My parents didn't raise me to be a doormat like that.  I do for him because I want to, because I like to, not because I'm expected to.  The same as he does for me because he wants to, because he likes to, not because I expect him to.  I don't expect him to take out the trash every week, the same as he doesn't expect me to cook dinner every night.  Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't.  If I don't, he'll either do it or we'll order a pizza or something.

The only thing I want from him without question is honesty and fidelity, and I'm honest and faithful to him.....but we're not talking about those kinds of bottom lines.
 
2013-09-25 06:15:22 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Smackledorfer: Coco LaFemme: The guy sounds like a prick, and if she gets him to marry her, she deserves the misery that will come from spending the rest of her life with him.

Do you know more about him than the jezebel article?

Or have you been in a relationship?

Because every good one I've been in involved lots of teasing and jokes.

I don't think this sandwich business is nearly so serious as jezebel makes it.

I've been dating my boyfriend for 13 years now, so yes, yes I have.  We joke and tease each other all the time, to the point of annoying the shiat out of my parents every Sunday when we come by for dinner.  That said, he's never joked with me in a way that would make someone else overhearing it think that he was ordering me around or commanding me to do things.  That's just our relationship.  If it works for these two, more power to them, I suppose.


No one "overhearing" this joke thinks the boyfriend wants a slave wife.

Just jezabel doing its schtick, and you buying into it hook, line, and sinker.

You are four degrees away from the joke. You have access to someone who was there when it was made and is enjoying a fun foodie blog. You ignore their opinion and pick jezebel instead.

You are acting and thinking irrationaly.
 
2013-09-25 06:17:06 PM  

ReapTheChaos: PsiChick: mediablitz: The woman who wrote the story doesn't sound bitter AT ALL.

Because naturally, when watching someone make three hundred sandwiches for a guy whose morning line is 'why haven't you made me a sandwich yet', the first reaction is to be jealous and bitter that you can't attract THAT fine specimen of humanity.

/Seriously, articles like this are great reminders of why being single can be a good thing.

Perhaps if you read the woman's actual blog, instead of the rant filled man hate biatch fest on Jezebel, you would have a better understanding of the situation. But then again you may simply prefer to hate a guy you know nothing about.


Aaaand the guy still comes off as a social retard. It's not hate. Some people are jerks--on purpose or accidentally, whatever--and that's how the world spins. Just because Jezebel says something doesn't mean it's automatically wrong.
 
2013-09-25 06:17:07 PM  
Also coco, maybe if you made him a few sammiches it wouldn't be a 13 year boyfriend situation :P.
 
2013-09-25 06:19:10 PM  

Coco LaFemme: If my boyfriend expects me to do shiat for him solely because I'm his girlfriend and he believes it's my job to do shiat for him, then yes, he deserves his balls kicked in.


So now you qualify it to say if he has some misogynistic expectation. That's different and has zilch to do with expectations in a relationship. In every healthy relationship you divide and conquer chores, expenses and emotional maintenance. You do that in a giving capacity out of duty to your loved one and your relationship. That is what I meant about service. The way you make a relationship sound, well, comes out supremely entitled and selfish. I assume you actually mean something different than what you said and have been snookered into thinking that this guy is what the shrill harpy painted him as.
 
2013-09-25 06:19:11 PM  
If this guy had an ounce of seriousness behind this demand, it's perfectly reasonable to call him an ass and give the chick some sh*t for putting up with it.

However, it's highly unlikely there is any seriousness behind his demand in the first place.
 
2013-09-25 06:19:56 PM  
ITT: Sexist bastards gripe about sexist biatches calling out a sexist bastard.
 
2013-09-25 06:21:12 PM  

mediablitz: Smelly Pirate Hooker: She should definitely marry him. It can't possibly end badly. He sounds like a real winner.

/had a sandwich for lunch
//made it myself, because I'm a grownup

Pretty funny to see how many people made ZERO effort to go to the website in question, and instead made a snap judgement based on the Jezebel article.

Says a lot...


What it says to me is that Jezebel sucks.
 
2013-09-25 06:21:21 PM  

the_vegetarian_cannibal: Dammit, now this thread has made me hungry and want a sammich really badly.


Lol. I made myself a fried egg and swiss sandwich on sourdough.

Go away, Pavlov!!!
 
2013-09-25 06:21:46 PM  

Smackledorfer: Also coco, maybe if you made him a few sammiches it wouldn't be a 13 year boyfriend situation :P.


We don't want to get married, otherwise we would have been married by now.  We had that conversation about 10 years ago.  Believe it or not, not every woman wants to be a wife and mother.
 
2013-09-25 06:21:47 PM  

Smackledorfer: Also coco, maybe if you made him a few sammiches it wouldn't be a 13 year boyfriend situation :P.


Noooooo need to get personal, man...
 
2013-09-25 06:21:52 PM  

the_vegetarian_cannibal: serial arseonist: Aw fark... accidentally opened a Jezebel blarg.  Up yours subby.

What a whiny biatch of a writer.  Her whole schpeel has bitter jelly spread all over it from lack of sausage roll.

"Accidentally"? The headline is pretty clearly marked as a Jezebel link. Are you illiterate or something?



Dont' you ever mad-click all over the place and accidentally your browser tabs and then x the tab's that's wrong and then have closed the correct open one instead of it but still give clicks to the unwanted URL links and have to OCDread the words?
 
2013-09-25 06:25:35 PM  

PsiChick: ReapTheChaos: PsiChick: mediablitz: The woman who wrote the story doesn't sound bitter AT ALL.

Because naturally, when watching someone make three hundred sandwiches for a guy whose morning line is 'why haven't you made me a sandwich yet', the first reaction is to be jealous and bitter that you can't attract THAT fine specimen of humanity.

/Seriously, articles like this are great reminders of why being single can be a good thing.

Perhaps if you read the woman's actual blog, instead of the rant filled man hate biatch fest on Jezebel, you would have a better understanding of the situation. But then again you may simply prefer to hate a guy you know nothing about.

Aaaand the guy still comes off as a social retard. It's not hate. Some people are jerks--on purpose or accidentally, whatever--and that's how the world spins. Just because Jezebel says something doesn't mean it's automatically wrong.


No. You made a snap judgement. You just admitted you didn't go to the woman's blog until I said something. Your confirmation bias was firmly in place. Nothing was going to change your mind.

Your critical thinking was non-existent.

I agreed with Jezebel yesterday regarding a real housewife and her husband promoting spousal rape. I agreed because I FOLLOWED UP beyond the initial story.

You were ready to hate, and Jezebel made it easy. Obfuscate all you want.
 
2013-09-25 06:26:27 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Smackledorfer: Also coco, maybe if you made him a few sammiches it wouldn't be a 13 year boyfriend situation :P.

We don't want to get married, otherwise we would have been married by now.  We had that conversation about 10 years ago.  Believe it or not, not every woman wants to be a wife and mother.


Not a chance in hell I'm marrying someone who thinks it's okay to kick my balls in when she disagrees with me.

Just sayin ;-)
 
2013-09-25 06:26:51 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Smackledorfer: Also coco, maybe if you made him a few sammiches it wouldn't be a 13 year boyfriend situation :P.

We don't want to get married, otherwise we would have been married by now.  We had that conversation about 10 years ago.  Believe it or not, not every woman wants to be a wife and mother.


Well, question... do you ever see a point at which you wouldn't be with him? 

Thirteen years is a long time. Conceivably, the stuff that would cause a relationship to fail - graduating from school (whichever level of school that may be) and parting ways, start of a career, changes in personality - have probably run their courses and are no longer factors.
 
2013-09-25 06:26:57 PM  

lockers: Coco LaFemme: If my boyfriend expects me to do shiat for him solely because I'm his girlfriend and he believes it's my job to do shiat for him, then yes, he deserves his balls kicked in.

So now you qualify it to say if he has some misogynistic expectation. That's different and has zilch to do with expectations in a relationship. In every healthy relationship you divide and conquer chores, expenses and emotional maintenance. You do that in a giving capacity out of duty to your loved one and your relationship. That is what I meant about service. The way you make a relationship sound, well, comes out supremely entitled and selfish. I assume you actually mean something different than what you said and have been snookered into thinking that this guy is what the shrill harpy painted him as.


That's not service.  That's why I took issue with you using that word.  Of course Adam and I split up chores and what not; he hates doing laundry, I hate scrubbing toilets.  Of course we divide expenses, otherwise we'd be flat broke and living with my parents, and while my mom is a wonderful woman, we're a little too old for that now.  We don't do those things because of "service", we do those things because we love each other and want our relationship to continue succeeding, and fighting about dirty toilets or a bill not getting paid won't make that happen.
 
2013-09-25 06:27:55 PM  

HeartBurnKid: ITT: Sexist bastards gripe about sexist biatches calling out a sexist bastard.


People who understand relationships are different for different people and can be complex respond to simpleton...
 
2013-09-25 06:28:09 PM  

mediablitz: suelswalker: Meh. I'd just take a trip to costco, buy enough loaves, cheese slices, and meat to make 300 crappy sandwiches and call it a day. Later I'd send him the bill for said sandwiches. If he pays and sticks around maybe it might work. But most likely I'd not be in a relationship with a guy like that to begin with unless he looked like Chris evans and then I'd just go the get knocked up route. Worst case I get a pretty baby.

You should, maybe, go to the woman's website rather than taking the Jezebel version of the story as gospel. Jezebel took a tongue in cheek comment and turned it into "bad man!" fodder.

I enjoy cooking for my SO. She enjoys me cooking for her. I don't see the issue.


In my household, my wife enjoys playing Stepford Wife where she puts on some lingerie and an apron and cooks for me while making sure to bend over in ways that give me a good view of her body while I wait at the table and watch. Then she brings me the food and we eat it and after that we go and have sex, sometimes right there at the table.

If she were open to us putting this online (which I just did I guess?), I'd love to see the Jezebel run with that one because the fact is this is all her fantasy and her idea. Where do they get off telling other women they are wrong for being happy in a relationship that doesn't conform to their standards? It's none of their business.
 
2013-09-25 06:31:36 PM  
I'm glad to see I'm not nearly alone at finding TFA writer very hard to sympathize with.

For me, the magic food/love offering is apple pie, and I am eating a warm slice right now, so I'm really getting a kick. She makes her share of sammiches for me too, but the pies are best. I suppose our relationship is Jezebel-scornworthy too.

I almost never ask for a pie, sammich, or breakfast, but I almost always say yes when she offers. And thank you when I'm done.
 
2013-09-25 06:33:15 PM  
Coco LaFemme:

A relationship of equals does not contain servitude.

This isn't true at all. Some people really enjoy being subservient. People can also take in turns, so to speak.
 
2013-09-25 06:33:16 PM  

Marine1: Coco LaFemme: Smackledorfer: Also coco, maybe if you made him a few sammiches it wouldn't be a 13 year boyfriend situation :P.

We don't want to get married, otherwise we would have been married by now.  We had that conversation about 10 years ago.  Believe it or not, not every woman wants to be a wife and mother.

Well, question... do you ever see a point at which you wouldn't be with him?

Thirteen years is a long time. Conceivably, the stuff that would cause a relationship to fail - graduating from school (whichever level of school that may be) and parting ways, start of a career, changes in personality - have probably run their courses and are no longer factors.


Yes.  When he dies, because well, we all die one day, don't we?
 
2013-09-25 06:33:56 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Marine1: Coco LaFemme: Smackledorfer: Also coco, maybe if you made him a few sammiches it wouldn't be a 13 year boyfriend situation :P.

We don't want to get married, otherwise we would have been married by now.  We had that conversation about 10 years ago.  Believe it or not, not every woman wants to be a wife and mother.

Well, question... do you ever see a point at which you wouldn't be with him?

Thirteen years is a long time. Conceivably, the stuff that would cause a relationship to fail - graduating from school (whichever level of school that may be) and parting ways, start of a career, changes in personality - have probably run their courses and are no longer factors.

Yes.  When he dies, because well, we all die one day, don't we?


Well, excluding death, would you see that occurring?
 
2013-09-25 06:38:34 PM  

Leave it to Jezebel to take a blog written by a woman who was inspired by a joke from her boyfriend and turn it into an attack against women everywhere.  Hey Jezebel...



1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-09-25 06:39:23 PM  

Marine1: Coco LaFemme: Marine1: Coco LaFemme: Smackledorfer: Also coco, maybe if you made him a few sammiches it wouldn't be a 13 year boyfriend situation :P.

We don't want to get married, otherwise we would have been married by now.  We had that conversation about 10 years ago.  Believe it or not, not every woman wants to be a wife and mother.

Well, question... do you ever see a point at which you wouldn't be with him?

Thirteen years is a long time. Conceivably, the stuff that would cause a relationship to fail - graduating from school (whichever level of school that may be) and parting ways, start of a career, changes in personality - have probably run their courses and are no longer factors.

Yes.  When he dies, because well, we all die one day, don't we?

Well, excluding death, would you see that occurring?


Honestly, no.  He's not a cheater, and considering the kind of childhood he had, he'd sooner kill himself than start smacking me around.  We're just going to keep plugging along, enjoying life.
 
2013-09-25 06:41:31 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Marine1: Coco LaFemme: Marine1: Coco LaFemme: Smackledorfer: Also coco, maybe if you made him a few sammiches it wouldn't be a 13 year boyfriend situation :P.

We don't want to get married, otherwise we would have been married by now.  We had that conversation about 10 years ago.  Believe it or not, not every woman wants to be a wife and mother.

Well, question... do you ever see a point at which you wouldn't be with him?

Thirteen years is a long time. Conceivably, the stuff that would cause a relationship to fail - graduating from school (whichever level of school that may be) and parting ways, start of a career, changes in personality - have probably run their courses and are no longer factors.

Yes.  When he dies, because well, we all die one day, don't we?

Well, excluding death, would you see that occurring?

Honestly, no.  He's not a cheater, and considering the kind of childhood he had, he'd sooner kill himself than start smacking me around.  We're just going to keep plugging along, enjoying life.


Huh. That's cool. 

I think the "why won't you marry him?" thing comes from the fact that for every one of the guys you're with, there's about 100 who would have skipped out a longggggggg time ago.
 
2013-09-25 06:43:37 PM  
I had a look at her blog and

tastyislandhawaii.com

Damn that guy knows how to live.
 
2013-09-25 06:47:40 PM  

Marine1: What it says to me is that Jezebel sucks.


I'm inclined to agree but for once, that article had some pretty funny lines in it.  I'll give the author some credit there.
 
2013-09-25 06:48:16 PM  

super_grass: [25.media.tumblr.com image 500x371]
/jizz-a-belle


Ctrl+S
 
2013-09-25 06:48:31 PM  

InfernalCatfish: Leave it to Jezebel to take a blog written by a woman who was inspired by a joke from her boyfriend and turn it into an attack against women everywhere.  Hey Jezebel...

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 320x240]


When it comes to dumb Jez has nothing on Manswers:

Can You Fart So Hard Your Balls Explode? {not actual episode, pNSFW}
 
2013-09-25 06:50:42 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Smackledorfer: Also coco, maybe if you made him a few sammiches it wouldn't be a 13 year boyfriend situation :P.

We don't want to get married, otherwise we would have been married by now.  We had that conversation about 10 years ago.  Believe it or not, not every woman wants to be a wife and mother.


Believe it or not, ":P" indicates friendly kidding.

I see why you bought into jezebel now. Humorless is a sad way to go through life.
 
2013-09-25 06:52:26 PM  

UsikFark: When it comes to dumb Jez has nothing on Manswers:

Can You Fart So Hard Your Balls Explode? {not actual episode, pNSFW}


Jee-zus, that show was so farking stupid.  Talk about actively trying to set things back.
 
2013-09-25 06:54:36 PM  

Marine1: Coco LaFemme: Marine1: Coco LaFemme: Marine1: Coco LaFemme: Smackledorfer: Also coco, maybe if you made him a few sammiches it wouldn't be a 13 year boyfriend situation :P.

We don't want to get married, otherwise we would have been married by now.  We had that conversation about 10 years ago.  Believe it or not, not every woman wants to be a wife and mother.

Well, question... do you ever see a point at which you wouldn't be with him?

Thirteen years is a long time. Conceivably, the stuff that would cause a relationship to fail - graduating from school (whichever level of school that may be) and parting ways, start of a career, changes in personality - have probably run their courses and are no longer factors.

Yes.  When he dies, because well, we all die one day, don't we?

Well, excluding death, would you see that occurring?

Honestly, no.  He's not a cheater, and considering the kind of childhood he had, he'd sooner kill himself than start smacking me around.  We're just going to keep plugging along, enjoying life.

Huh. That's cool. 

I think the "why won't you marry him?" thing comes from the fact that for every one of the guys you're with, there's about 100 who would have skipped out a longggggggg time ago.


Not sure if insulting, but I'm bored, so what the hell.  I think I can count on two hands and have fingers left over the number of times I've been asked why we're not married if we've been together this long.  I started dating him when I was 18; by the time I hit about 25, they figured it wasn't going to happen and moved on to hassling me on why we don't have any children yet.
 
2013-09-25 06:55:43 PM  

UsikFark: InfernalCatfish: Leave it to Jezebel to take a blog written by a woman who was inspired by a joke from her boyfriend and turn it into an attack against women everywhere.  Hey Jezebel...

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 320x240]

When it comes to dumb Jez has nothing on Manswers:

Can You Fart So Hard Your Balls Explode? {not actual episode, pNSFW}


Ugh. That's Spike, right? I've never seen anything try so embarrassingly hard as they do.
 
2013-09-25 06:55:47 PM  

Smackledorfer: Coco LaFemme: Smackledorfer: Also coco, maybe if you made him a few sammiches it wouldn't be a 13 year boyfriend situation :P.

We don't want to get married, otherwise we would have been married by now.  We had that conversation about 10 years ago.  Believe it or not, not every woman wants to be a wife and mother.

Believe it or not, ":P" indicates friendly kidding.

I see why you bought into jezebel now. Humorless is a sad way to go through life.


Believe it or not, not finding one particular thing funny doesn't mean I'm "humorless."
 
2013-09-25 06:56:02 PM  
And, of course, the "jezebel" in question seems to have glossed over this part of her bio.  I'm betting it's actually the "OMG SEXIST" hubby-to-be that spends more time in the kitchen...

Some might say the idea is sexist. "A woman in the kitchen-how Stepford Wife of you!" a friend argued. I say come over for dinner,  and watch E whip up roasted duck breast with a balsamic and currant sauce with a roasted parsnip puree and shaved pickled beets in no time,  and you'll see who spends more time in the kitchen.
Some say I'm just desperate to get engaged. Hardly. I don't have to be. E didn't say "cook me 300 sandwiches or I'm leaving you!" He gave me a challenge-a dare, to some degree-and the type-A, Tracy Flick side of me can't stand being challenged. I will prove to him and the rest of the world I can make the 300 sandwiches.
 
2013-09-25 06:57:39 PM  
I thought feminism was about being allowed the freedom to make a guy three-hundred sandwiches if that's what you want to do.
 
2013-09-25 07:01:05 PM  
damn, this thread started off fun.
 
2013-09-25 07:05:31 PM  
He's trained her well.

"After all, if a relationship between two thirtysomethings can't thrive on a combination of desperation and entitlement, then what hope do any of the rest of us have?"

Desperation and entitlement are par for the course in most American social and professional situations.
 
2013-09-25 07:06:25 PM  

Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: I thought feminism was about being allowed the freedom to make a guy three-hundred sandwiches if that's what you want to do.


The femdom community would likely give you a few lashes for thinking at all.
 
2013-09-25 07:06:41 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Smackledorfer: Coco LaFemme: Smackledorfer: Also coco, maybe if you made him a few sammiches it wouldn't be a 13 year boyfriend situation :P.

We don't want to get married, otherwise we would have been married by now.  We had that conversation about 10 years ago.  Believe it or not, not every woman wants to be a wife and mother.

Believe it or not, ":P" indicates friendly kidding.

I see why you bought into jezebel now. Humorless is a sad way to go through life.

Believe it or not, not finding one particular thing funny doesn't mean I'm "humorless."


It isnt about whether you found humor in it.

It is that you took something specifically emoted like it was, and then made a serious response.

Since you don't disagree with the meaning of ":P" emote, I can only presume you lack basic social response skills.

Which, again, explains why you would agree with a jezebel article of all things.
 
2013-09-25 07:08:28 PM  

EdNortonsTwin: Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: I thought feminism was about being allowed the freedom to make a guy three-hundred sandwiches if that's what you want to do.

The femdom community would likely give you a few lashes for thinking at all.


The lashes would be fine. I do however draw the line at ball-smashing and whatnot.
 
2013-09-25 07:11:43 PM  
I get the impression that he probably said that as a compliment to her sandwich making prowess and she's taking an internet meme/joke and turning it into a blog about sandwiches.

That said, I hope he takes out the garbage, mows the lawn and (following Heinlein's advice) rubs her feet.
 
2013-09-25 07:29:30 PM  
15 farking min.
what the fark is this biatches problem
 
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