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2014-02-17 05:55:21 PM  

iheartscotch: I'm actually surprised that they worded the bill the way they did. Technically, if you've lived with your roommate long enough; congratulations! You're married!


All it is is that they're doing away with their outdated civil union/domestic partnership thing in the light that gays can now get actually married and converting the civil unions over to marriages.

Basically, they're just going to go through their records and cross out "Domestic Partnership" at the top and write in "Marriage" since they're already essentially synonymous, but some people had a problem with calling it what it was to begin with.
 
2014-02-17 05:55:24 PM  

insertdip: I'd be pissed. I know this might sound crazy but marriage in our culture carries far to many religious overtones and I want no involvement with it. Obviously people who are non religious get married but for me it feels like if i get married I am somehow giving credit to religion which is something I refuse to do. I don't judge others for doing it and I love a good wedding but it's not something that I'd ever do.

/Common-law
//All the same benefits
///Just don't call me married


That's stupid. You can always get married in the US without having anything to do with a church. So religious fanatics tell you something and you believe it because they have an agenda? Well you are a fool!

 
2014-02-17 05:56:13 PM  

hardinparamedic: Yes. YES. The Gay agenda marches forward.

Soon, my bretheren and systers, soon we shall march upon their churches, and FORCE them at gunpoint to marry gay couples. We'll even force straight, GOD-Fearing heterosexuals to copulate with the same sex under the bayonettes and arclights of our Gay-concentration camps.

MWUHAHAHAHAHAHA!


-Rear Admiral Rocco Bearstein

www.bungonia.com.au
 
2014-02-17 05:56:27 PM  

Notabunny: Kuta: Will heterosexual couples who have domestic partnerships have their unions converted to homosexual marriages?

Sorry, no. You will be auto-gay married. I suggest you go to Capitol Hill quickly to pick out a good one. If you're lucky, you may have time to place an ad in The Stranger. But unless you have a recent haircut and washboard abs, time is not on your side.


If you're female, bring a Nalgene water bottle.  Some flannel wouldn't hurt your chances, either.

/Which reminds me: Pandora has apparently decided I'm lesbian, based on the number of Tegan and Sarah tracks it keeps throwing at me.

//That's what I get for giving indigo girls tracks thumbs up.
 
2014-02-17 05:56:28 PM  

insertdip: /Common-law


It's called Common-law MARRIAGE and it has nothing to do with a church.

You seem to really have no idea what you're talking about.
 
2014-02-17 05:56:40 PM  

iheartscotch: hardinparamedic: Yes. YES. The Gay agenda marches forward.

Soon, my bretheren and systers, soon we shall march upon their churches, and FORCE them at gunpoint to marry gay couples. We'll even force straight, GOD-Fearing heterosexuals to copulate with the same sex under the bayonettes and arclights of our Gay-concentration camps.

MWUHAHAHAHAHAHA!

I'm actually surprised that they worded the bill the way they did. Technically, if you've lived with your roommate long enough; congratulations! You're married!


Man, you really can't read, can you? The way the law is worded, you are affected only if you have the government-sponsored contract (domestic partnership) that was made available to gay people because they couldn't legally get married. They're just changing the name of it to a marriage license. This doesn't affect people in "common-law" relationships in the slightest. The only straight people who could get on the domestic partner registry were old people, so that they wouldn't lose Social Security benefits by getting married.
 
2014-02-17 05:57:35 PM  
Solution: Go be gay somewhere else.
 
2014-02-17 05:57:43 PM  

ransack.: skinink: I now pronounce you Yogi and Boo Boo. You may kiss the bear.

My vomit phone you pay me new phone,


If you vomit when seeing a gay couple, but you don't vomit when you see this picture, you have no case, you perverted bigot.  :)

wackymania.com
 
2014-02-17 05:59:11 PM  

skinink: I now pronounce you Yogi and Boo Boo. You may kiss the bear.

[queerty-prodweb.s3.amazonaws.com image 533x558]


Ever notice that when you're browsing Fark in public, you somehow manage to scroll to the impossibly gay or borderline pornographic images at the EXACT moment someone appears behind you?
 
2014-02-17 05:59:47 PM  

doglover: hardinparamedic: Yes. YES. The Gay agenda marches forward.

Soon, my bretheren and systers, soon we shall march upon their churches, and FORCE them at gunpoint to marry gay couples. We'll even force straight, GOD-Fearing heterosexuals to copulate with the same sex under the bayonettes and arclights of our Gay-concentration camps.

MWUHAHAHAHAHAHA!

-Rear Admiral Rocco Bearstein

www.bungonia.com.au image 850x637

doglover: hardinparamedic: Yes. YES. The Gay agenda marches forward.

Soon, my bretheren and systers, soon we shall march upon their churches, and FORCE them at gunpoint to marry gay couples. We'll even force straight, GOD-Fearing heterosexuals to copulate with the same sex under the bayonettes and arclights of our Gay-concentration camps.

MWUHAHAHAHAHAHA!

-Rear Admiral Rocco Bearstein

[www.bungonia.com.au image 850x637]


Bea Arthur was looking a bit rough in her final years.
 
2014-02-17 06:00:39 PM  

insertdip: I'd be pissed. I know this might sound crazy but marriage in our culture carries far to many religious overtones and I want no involvement with it. Obviously people who are non religious get married but for me it feels like if i get married I am somehow giving credit to religion which is something I refuse to do. I don't judge others for doing it and I love a good wedding but it's not something that I'd ever do.

/Common-law
//All the same benefits
///Just don't call me married


You have no idea what you're talking about. "Common-law" relationships without a marriage license qualify for NO federal benefits. You want the married tax status, you get married, full stop. State benefits vary by state, but most states don't recognize "common-law" relationships for legal purposes. No automatic inheritance, medical rights, nothing. You don't have to have a church wedding to be married; you just go down to the courthouse and a justice of the peace signs the license.
 
2014-02-17 06:00:56 PM  

FlyinS: Next on the gay agenda - watching the Olympic ice dancing finals.


It's going to be mandatory, dude. If you're not watching it, Johnny Weir will come to your house and stamp his foot until you put it on.  And you will like, too!
 
2014-02-17 06:01:11 PM  

mbillips: This doesn't affect people in "common-law" relationships in the slightest.


It's common law MARRIAGE. It's identical to marriage in eyes of the law. Pretending it's not marriage is just not true.

In fact in common law MARRIAGE you must say you are MARRIED or it doesn't make you married. So saying it's not marriage is BS.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common-law_marriage

 Common law marriage differs from statutory marriage as follows:

There is no marriage license issued by a government and no marriage certificate filed with a government
There is no formal ceremony to solemnize the marriage before witnesses
The parties must hold themselves out to the world as husband and wife (this is not a requirement of statutory marriage)
Most jurisdictions require the parties to be cohabiting at the time the common law marriage is formed. Some require cohabitation to last a certain length of time (e.g. three years) for the marriage to be valid. But cohabitation alone does not create a marriage. The parties must intend their relationship to be, and to be regarded as, a legally valid marriage.

So to say in a Common-law relationship your not "married" is BS because that is one thing you actually have to do for your common law marriage to be recognized.
 
2014-02-17 06:02:04 PM  

Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: ransack.: skinink: I now pronounce you Yogi and Boo Boo. You may kiss the bear.

My vomit phone you pay me new phone,

If you vomit when seeing a gay couple, but you don't vomit when you see this picture, you have no case, you perverted bigot.  :)


2.media.collegehumor.cvcdn.com




PLEASE STOP WHY
 
2014-02-17 06:03:22 PM  

zimbomba63: FlyinS: Next on the gay agenda - watching the Olympic ice dancing finals.

It's going to be mandatory, dude. If you're not watching it, Johnny Weir will come to your house and stamp his foot until you put it on.  And you will like, too!


Can I watch the 2 man luge instead?
 
2014-02-17 06:06:11 PM  

mbillips: iheartscotch: hardinparamedic: Yes. YES. The Gay agenda marches forward.

Soon, my bretheren and systers, soon we shall march upon their churches, and FORCE them at gunpoint to marry gay couples. We'll even force straight, GOD-Fearing heterosexuals to copulate with the same sex under the bayonettes and arclights of our Gay-concentration camps.

MWUHAHAHAHAHAHA!

I'm actually surprised that they worded the bill the way they did. Technically, if you've lived with your roommate long enough; congratulations! You're married!

Man, you really can't read, can you? The way the law is worded, you are affected only if you have the government-sponsored contract (domestic partnership) that was made available to gay people because they couldn't legally get married. They're just changing the name of it to a marriage license. This doesn't affect people in "common-law" relationships in the slightest. The only straight people who could get on the domestic partner registry were old people, so that they wouldn't lose Social Security benefits by getting married.


I do have dyslexia, there is that.

Plus, I didn't know that Washington didn't do common law marriages. I figured that everybody did that.

/ but, I still don't think that automatically converting all the civil unions to marriages is cool.
 
2014-02-17 06:06:41 PM  

Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: ransack.: skinink: I now pronounce you Yogi and Boo Boo. You may kiss the bear.

My vomit phone you pay me new phone,

If you vomit when seeing a gay couple, but you don't vomit when you see this picture, you have no case, you perverted bigot.  :)

[wackymania.com image 600x575]


I don't vomit when I see a gay couple, not even a lemon party, but that? Can I vomit at that? I'm not askin you, I'm tellin a. Hork's away.
 
2014-02-17 06:08:18 PM  

ciberido: Notabunny: Kuta: Will heterosexual couples who have domestic partnerships have their unions converted to homosexual marriages?

Sorry, no. You will be auto-gay married. I suggest you go to Capitol Hill quickly to pick out a good one. If you're lucky, you may have time to place an ad in The Stranger. But unless you have a recent haircut and washboard abs, time is not on your side.

If you're female, bring a Nalgene water bottle.  Some flannel wouldn't hurt your chances, either.

/Which reminds me: Pandora has apparently decided I'm lesbian, based on the number of Tegan and Sarah tracks it keeps throwing at me.

//That's what I get for giving indigo girls tracks thumbs up.


I'll bring the bite-sized glow sticks! Is it still Tuesdays in the U-district? Unz!Unz!Unz!Unz!Unz!Unz!
/my lawn
//dance on it
 
2014-02-17 06:10:40 PM  

iheartscotch: Plus, I didn't know that Washington didn't do common law marriages. I figured that everybody did that.


Georgia stopped doing them because "OMG GAYS"
 
2014-02-17 06:12:00 PM  
img.fark.net
Who's the third guy in the back, licking the front guy's ear with his big red tongue? The NSA?
 
2014-02-17 06:12:08 PM  

doglover: hardinparamedic: Yes. YES. The Gay agenda marches forward.

Soon, my bretheren and systers, soon we shall march upon their churches, and FORCE them at gunpoint to marry gay couples. We'll even force straight, GOD-Fearing heterosexuals to copulate with the same sex under the bayonettes and arclights of our Gay-concentration camps.

MWUHAHAHAHAHAHA!

-Rear Admiral Rocco Bearstein

[www.bungonia.com.au image 850x637]


"Shiver my timber, matey."
 
2014-02-17 06:13:06 PM  
Oh thank GOD. I've been trying to avoid paying for a damn wedding for my lovely drama QUEEN. This is the perfect way.

/don't click my profile
//it would ruin the joke
 
2014-02-17 06:13:47 PM  

Corvus: mbillips: This doesn't affect people in "common-law" relationships in the slightest.

It's common law MARRIAGE. It's identical to marriage in eyes of the law. Pretending it's not marriage is just not true.

In fact in common law MARRIAGE you must say you are MARRIED or it doesn't make you married. So saying it's not marriage is BS.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common-law_marriage

 Common law marriage differs from statutory marriage as follows:

There is no marriage license issued by a government and no marriage certificate filed with a government
There is no formal ceremony to solemnize the marriage before witnesses
The parties must hold themselves out to the world as husband and wife (this is not a requirement of statutory marriage)
Most jurisdictions require the parties to be cohabiting at the time the common law marriage is formed. Some require cohabitation to last a certain length of time (e.g. three years) for the marriage to be valid. But cohabitation alone does not create a marriage. The parties must intend their relationship to be, and to be regarded as, a legally valid marriage.

So to say in a Common-law relationship your not "married" is BS because that is one thing you actually have to do for your common law marriage to be recognized.


Common-law "marriages" can still be contracted in only nine U.S. states. If you happen to be in one of those backwards yokel holes, then, yeah, you're married. But in the civilized part of the country, that's not an option.

/Yes, that was a specific fark you to Texas, what of it?
 
2014-02-17 06:14:22 PM  

BitwiseShift: Who's the third guy in the back, licking the front guy's ear with his big red tongue? The NSA?


I think those two guys are brothers. They look so goddamn like the same person
 
2014-02-17 06:15:56 PM  

iheartscotch: Why would you do that? Sentence happy, marriageless people to a life of sexless misery?


Not familiar with the phenomenon of lesbian bed death, eh?
 
2014-02-17 06:16:00 PM  

Man On Pink Corner: Hey, I know, let's get the government involved in sanctioning personal relationships!  What could possibly go wrong?


I think you might want to sit down for this, I have some news for you...
 
2014-02-17 06:17:41 PM  

fusillade762: Man On Pink Corner: Hey, I know, let's get the government involved in sanctioning personal relationships!  What could possibly go wrong?

I think you might want to sit down for this, I have some news for you...


Out with it, man! My turtle is nervous!
 
2014-02-17 06:18:14 PM  

Kittypie070: iheartscotch: Why would you do that? Sentence happy, marriageless people to a life of sexless misery?

Payback is a biatch.


you wanted it - you got it

live with it
 
2014-02-17 06:20:48 PM  

iheartscotch: mbillips: iheartscotch: hardinparamedic: Yes. YES. The Gay agenda marches forward.

Soon, my bretheren and systers, soon we shall march upon their churches, and FORCE them at gunpoint to marry gay couples. We'll even force straight, GOD-Fearing heterosexuals to copulate with the same sex under the bayonettes and arclights of our Gay-concentration camps.

MWUHAHAHAHAHAHA!

I'm actually surprised that they worded the bill the way they did. Technically, if you've lived with your roommate long enough; congratulations! You're married!

Man, you really can't read, can you? The way the law is worded, you are affected only if you have the government-sponsored contract (domestic partnership) that was made available to gay people because they couldn't legally get married. They're just changing the name of it to a marriage license. This doesn't affect people in "common-law" relationships in the slightest. The only straight people who could get on the domestic partner registry were old people, so that they wouldn't lose Social Security benefits by getting married.

I do have dyslexia, there is that.

Plus, I didn't know that Washington didn't do common law marriages. I figured that everybody did that.

/ but, I still don't think that automatically converting all the civil unions to marriages is cool.


Screw that. If you want the government benefits of marriage (which is a legal contract intended to benefit society through the creation of families), then you get married. It's not any different from a civil union except in name. The only reason Washington HAD civil unions was because people there seven years ago went, "Ew! Gay marriage! Gross!" And now they've gotten over it.
 
2014-02-17 06:22:09 PM  

Tom_Slick: zimbomba63: FlyinS: Next on the gay agenda - watching the Olympic ice dancing finals.

It's going to be mandatory, dude. If you're not watching it, Johnny Weir will come to your house and stamp his foot until you put it on.  And you will like, too!

Can I watch the 2 man luge instead?


Cue the "Why not both?" girl.

Fun Fact: The Washington law actually mentioned that 2 man luge teams are automatically married, because...you know, those tight suits and the stuff they do.
 
2014-02-17 06:24:10 PM  

hardinparamedic: Yes. YES. The Gay agenda marches forward.

Soon, my bretheren and systers, soon we shall march upon their churches, and FORCE them at gunpoint to marry gay couples. We'll even force straight, GOD-Fearing heterosexuals to copulate with the same sex under the bayonettes and arclights of our Gay-concentration camps.

MWUHAHAHAHAHAHA!


Well, I'm bi, do I still get forced?  Because if so, I'll take a bear with his own nipple clamps please.
 
2014-02-17 06:24:18 PM  

hardinparamedic: Yes. YES. The Gay agenda marches forward.

Soon, my bretheren and systers, soon we shall march upon their churches, and FORCE them at gunpoint to marry gay couples. We'll even force straight, GOD-Fearing heterosexuals to copulate with the same sex under the bayonettes and arclights of our Gay-concentration camps.

MWUHAHAHAHAHAHA!


I'm just happy you'll finally get to make an honest man out of that paramedic you've been hard in all this time.
 
2014-02-17 06:25:47 PM  

semiotix: hardinparamedic: Yes. YES. The Gay agenda marches forward.

Soon, my bretheren and systers, soon we shall march upon their churches, and FORCE them at gunpoint to marry gay couples. We'll even force straight, GOD-Fearing heterosexuals to copulate with the same sex under the bayonettes and arclights of our Gay-concentration camps.

MWUHAHAHAHAHAHA!

I'm just happy you'll finally get to make an honest man out of that paramedic you've been hard in all this time.


I thought he was engaged to a filly
 
2014-02-17 06:26:42 PM  

iheartscotch: fusillade762: CaliNJGuy: Liberals don't care what you do as long as it's mandatory

Like trans-vaginal ultrasounds?

I wonder if Mandatory Trans-Vaginal Ultrasounds is already a band name....

I think "Trans-Virginia Ultrasounds" would work better, somehow.

 
2014-02-17 06:27:13 PM  

Mad_Radhu: iheartscotch: Why would you do that? Sentence happy, marriageless people to a life of sexless misery?

Not familiar with the phenomenon of lesbian bed death, eh?


Dude, Lesbian Bed Death rocks!  I saw them at CBGB back in the old days.
 
2014-02-17 06:27:48 PM  

CZMisfitsFan: hardinparamedic: Yes. YES. The Gay agenda marches forward.

Soon, my bretheren and systers, soon we shall march upon their churches, and FORCE them at gunpoint to marry gay couples. We'll even force straight, GOD-Fearing heterosexuals to copulate with the same sex under the bayonettes and arclights of our Gay-concentration camps.

MWUHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Well, I'm bi, do I still get forced?  Because if so, I'll take a bear with his own nipple clamps please.


Are you a bi (horndog) woman? Or a bi (gay) man? Either way, you get a random assignment of someone of your sex. Accessories are extra.
 
2014-02-17 06:29:25 PM  
Better get your bro-mate lined up now before the rush.

Or you might get stuck with "Rush".
 
2014-02-17 06:30:12 PM  
Dibs on Richard Sherman.
 
2014-02-17 06:32:58 PM  

insertdip: I'd be pissed. I know this might sound crazy but marriage in our culture carries far to many religious overtones and I want no involvement with it. Obviously people who are non religious get married but for me it feels like if i get married I am somehow giving credit to religion which is something I refuse to do. I don't judge others for doing it and I love a good wedding but it's not something that I'd ever do.

/Common-law
//All the same benefits
///Just don't call me married


Marriage in America is strictly between the couple and the state. Even if you get married in a church, it's not a legal marriage without a state-issued marriage license. You can get married with no ceremony apart from getting said marriage license and swearing before a justice of the peace that you want to get married. It's too bad that religion has co-opted marriage to the point that it's perceived as a covenant with God. Fortunately, Las Vegas has taken tremendous strides to remedy that misconception.
 
2014-02-17 06:39:23 PM  

iheartscotch: hardinparamedic: Yes. YES. The Gay agenda marches forward.

Soon, my bretheren and systers, soon we shall march upon their churches, and FORCE them at gunpoint to marry gay couples. We'll even force straight, GOD-Fearing heterosexuals to copulate with the same sex under the bayonettes and arclights of our Gay-concentration camps.

MWUHAHAHAHAHAHA!

I'm actually surprised that they worded the bill the way they did. Technically, if you've lived with your roommate long enough; congratulations! You're married!


That isn't how it works.  Reading is hard.  Allow me.  IF YOU REGISTERED A DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIP, you are about to be legally married instead.

This isn't a common law marriage thing, although Washington has that too.  This is not that, and it's not as simple as you seem think it is.
 
2014-02-17 06:41:17 PM  

a particular individual: insertdip: I'd be pissed. I know this might sound crazy but marriage in our culture carries far to many religious overtones and I want no involvement with it. Obviously people who are non religious get married but for me it feels like if i get married I am somehow giving credit to religion which is something I refuse to do. I don't judge others for doing it and I love a good wedding but it's not something that I'd ever do.

/Common-law
//All the same benefits
///Just don't call me married

Marriage in America is strictly between the couple and the state. Even if you get married in a church, it's not a legal marriage without a state-issued marriage license. You can get married with no ceremony apart from getting said marriage license and swearing before a justice of the peace that you want to get married. It's too bad that religion has co-opted marriage to the point that it's perceived as a covenant with God. Fortunately, Las Vegas has taken tremendous strides to remedy that misconception.


Read the common-law marriage link up the thread. Not every state requires a piece of paper, although once they recognize your common-law marriage, it's EXACTLY like getting the marriage registered with a license (you can't dissolve the marriage without a formal divorce).
 
2014-02-17 06:42:10 PM  

Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: ransack.: skinink: I now pronounce you Yogi and Boo Boo. You may kiss the bear.

My vomit phone you pay me new phone,

If you vomit when seeing a gay couple, but you don't vomit when you see this picture, you have no case, you perverted bigot.  :)

[wackymania.com image 600x575]


I didn't vomit for the 1st pic, but did for the 2nd...

//What does that make me?
 
2014-02-17 06:42:39 PM  
Why the FARK would they do that?

Dumbasses.
 
2014-02-17 06:44:20 PM  

Kahabut: iheartscotch: hardinparamedic: Yes. YES. The Gay agenda marches forward.

Soon, my bretheren and systers, soon we shall march upon their churches, and FORCE them at gunpoint to marry gay couples. We'll even force straight, GOD-Fearing heterosexuals to copulate with the same sex under the bayonettes and arclights of our Gay-concentration camps.

MWUHAHAHAHAHAHA!

I'm actually surprised that they worded the bill the way they did. Technically, if you've lived with your roommate long enough; congratulations! You're married!

That isn't how it works.  Reading is hard.  Allow me.  IF YOU REGISTERED A DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIP, you are about to be legally married instead.

This isn't a common law marriage thing, although Washington has that too.  This is not that, and it's not as simple as you seem think it is.


Washington does not have common-law marriage. Only Alabama, Colorado, Kansas, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Iowa, Montana, Utah, Texas and the District of Columbia do. New Hampshire recognizes common-law relationships only for probate purposes, and Utah requires them to be validated by a court order.
 
2014-02-17 06:44:55 PM  

Notabunny: fusillade762: Man On Pink Corner: Hey, I know, let's get the government involved in sanctioning personal relationships!  What could possibly go wrong?

I think you might want to sit down for this, I have some news for you...

Out with it, man! My turtle is nervous!


It's not turtles you have to worry about.  We were warned about the ducks.
 
2014-02-17 06:49:17 PM  
But when will I be forced to marry my pets?
Because, um, I'm being pretty patient here, but... hurry up, okay?
 
2014-02-17 06:50:44 PM  

umad: Washington doesn't have common-law marriage IIRC (thank FSM).


Not by that name, true, but if "the court decides that you've had a stable, "marriage-like" relationship, it can make a "fair and equitable" division of certain types of property and debts acquired during your relationship."
Source: http://www.washingtonlawhelp.org/resource/washington-property-law-for - unmarried-couples

Short version? You're boned.
 
2014-02-17 06:51:02 PM  

Mad_Radhu: iheartscotch: Why would you do that? Sentence happy, marriageless people to a life of sexless misery?

Not familiar with the phenomenon of lesbian bed death, eh?


I'm familiar with the fact it's essentially a myth.
 
2014-02-17 06:52:19 PM  

mbillips: Common-law "marriages" can still be contracted in only nine U.S. states.


and Washington

// D.C.
 
2014-02-17 06:52:48 PM  

iheartscotch: Why would you do that? Sentence happy, marriageless people to a life of sexless misery?


It's a plot to end gay sex
 
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