If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(Daily Mail)   Woman jailed for selling £160,000 worth of printer cartridges bought with public money on eBay. Note: Article does not mention if the 5 cartridges were recovered   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 51
    More: Dumbass, eBay, NHS, ink cartridges, Liverpool Crown Court, account manager  
•       •       •

3028 clicks; posted to Main » on 01 Mar 2014 at 4:48 AM (20 weeks ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



51 Comments   (+0 »)
   
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

First | « | 1 | 2 | » | Last | Show all
 
2014-03-01 03:07:53 AM
I recently replaced both the black and color cartridges in my all-in-one with high capacity ones and it worked great for a month or so. When I upgraded to windows 8.1 everything went to sh*t and I couldn't get my Lexmark to work wirelessly or even over a cable.

Granted, I'm not the MOST tech savvy guy. But still, I spent more on those two cartridges of ink than I would have just buying a new printer and starting over.

Thankfully got it working again this afternoon.

/not subby
 
2014-03-01 04:56:56 AM

TinyFist: I recently replaced both the black and color cartridges in my all-in-one with high capacity ones and it worked great for a month or so. When I upgraded to windows 8.1 everything went to sh*t and I couldn't get my Lexmark to work wirelessly or even over a cable.

Granted, I'm not the MOST tech savvy guy. But still, I spent more on those two cartridges of ink than I would have just buying a new printer and starting over.

Thankfully got it working again this afternoon.

/not subby


If you where tech savvy you would have a different printer.
 
2014-03-01 04:57:45 AM
LOL! man, printer ink is expensive!!!
/take my wife...please!
 
2014-03-01 05:00:08 AM
Catridge ink is made from the tears of princesses getting their first shag by unicorns.
 
2014-03-01 05:04:01 AM

bigbobowski: LOL! man, printer ink is expensive!!!
/take my wife...please!


And did you hear the one about Monica Lewinsky!?
 
2014-03-01 05:19:42 AM
'Yes, Minister' season 2 episode 7 'A Question of Loyalty' 1981.
 
2014-03-01 05:33:26 AM
Gagagaa1! It true because it funny!
 
2014-03-01 06:06:18 AM
I think my first ever comment in a Fark thread, in 2001, was to observe that Fred Meyers on Hawthorne had a printer on sale for 29.99 and the printer came with a free ink cartridge in the box. You could separately buy just a replacement cartridge for 35.00. I still call bs.
 
2014-03-01 06:27:20 AM
On those very rare occasions that I want to print something at home, that's when one or more cartridges won't work.  Seems to be a Murphy's Law variant.
 
2014-03-01 06:29:01 AM
I use the cheap carts on amazon. They are like Two a piece so I grab a box of 20 or so about one time a year. No problems yet, and if I did have one who cares? The printers are the cost of a couple rounds of ink now.
 
2014-03-01 06:29:36 AM
Should say $2
 
2014-03-01 06:31:58 AM
Also her boss is an idiot. just ignoring the fact that she shrugged off having tons of printer carts around, some for models they didn't even have, how do you miss your printer budget escalating like that? Doesn't someone keep an eye on at least the agriaggregate expenses?
 
2014-03-01 06:53:10 AM
'The family may never recover from this offending.', good and they shouldn't until they repay every penny and they should be banned from receiving any benefits.

/has a monochrome laser printer, a $50 drum lasts over a year
 
2014-03-01 06:54:09 AM
... Ticket to ride, [inkjet] highway
Tell all your friends, they can go my way
Pay your toll, sell your soul
Pound for pound costs more than gold
The longer you stay, the more you pay
My [inkjet] go a long way ...
 
2014-03-01 07:00:22 AM
At work we have a bunch of unused toner cartridges for machine models we no longer have. They have been sitting there for years and I have been so tempted to just sell them. But knowing my luck thats when they would want to do an inventory.
 
2014-03-01 07:03:40 AM

albatros183: If you where tech savvy you would have a different printer.


And a different OS.
 
2014-03-01 07:10:26 AM
Oh wow! Hobbits really do exist!
 
2014-03-01 07:17:41 AM

albatros183: TinyFist: I recently replaced both the black and color cartridges in my all-in-one with high capacity ones and it worked great for a month or so. When I upgraded to windows 8.1 everything went to sh*t and I couldn't get my Lexmark to work wirelessly or even over a cable.

Granted, I'm not the MOST tech savvy guy. But still, I spent more on those two cartridges of ink than I would have just buying a new printer and starting over.

Thankfully got it working again this afternoon.

/not subby

If you where tech savvy you would have a different printer.


Touche!
I bought a lexmark once.  Lesson learned.
 
2014-03-01 07:22:02 AM
Heh...the amoral blackmailing arms dealer in my book complains about the price of printer ink :)

/seriously, it even irritates fictional characters.
 
2014-03-01 07:22:17 AM

OhioUGrad: 'The family may never recover from this offending.', good and they shouldn't until they repay every penny and they should be banned from receiving any benefits.

/has a monochrome laser printer, a $50 drum lasts over a year


The Brother mono laser I bought for $129 about 6 years ago is still going strong. It's using the original drum and on its' second $39 toner cartridge (electrical tape over the laser window lets you use the toner cartridge until it's really empty).

I joke around that I love that printer so much I want to work for Brother in the marketing department. I even have a slogan ready to go:

"Hook a Brother up"
 
2014-03-01 07:26:27 AM
An investigation was launched. It was found that before Webster took over ordering ink cartridges the department spent about £2,500 a year.

After it became her responsibility, the bill rocketed to £10,854 in 2008 to 2009, then to more than £27,000, £45,000 and finally £60,000 in the following years.


When I first read this article, I assumed that she was ordering huge numbers and maybe added a small percentage over many years and kept it under the radar.

What the farking fark was her manager doing that meant that they weren't looking in the "PC consumables" column on the budget and wondering why £60K had been added. I'm pretty much anti-micromanagement, but the other end of that is giving people money to people and letting them behave like sailors on shore leave.
 
2014-03-01 07:33:15 AM

farkeruk: An investigation was launched. It was found that before Webster took over ordering ink cartridges the department spent about £2,500 a year.

After it became her responsibility, the bill rocketed to £10,854 in 2008 to 2009, then to more than £27,000, £45,000 and finally £60,000 in the following years.

When I first read this article, I assumed that she was ordering huge numbers and maybe added a small percentage over many years and kept it under the radar.

What the farking fark was her manager doing that meant that they weren't looking in the "PC consumables" column on the budget and wondering why £60K had been added. I'm pretty much anti-micromanagement, but the other end of that is giving people money to people and letting them behave like sailors on shore leave.


Makes you wonder if there were others in on this.  Either the brits are even less competent than us americans or someone else had to be getting paid.
 
2014-03-01 07:34:37 AM

farkeruk: An investigation was launched. It was found that before Webster took over ordering ink cartridges the department spent about £2,500 a year.

After it became her responsibility, the bill rocketed to £10,854 in 2008 to 2009, then to more than £27,000, £45,000 and finally £60,000 in the following years.

When I first read this article, I assumed that she was ordering huge numbers and maybe added a small percentage over many years and kept it under the radar.

What the farking fark was her manager doing that meant that they weren't looking in the "PC consumables" column on the budget and wondering why £60K had been added. I'm pretty much anti-micromanagement, but the other end of that is giving people money to people and letting them behave like sailors on shore leave.


If you're the one doing the books, it's pretty easy to hide spend in a massive budget that would require forensic accounting to uncover.
 
2014-03-01 07:41:55 AM

Bungles: farkeruk: An investigation was launched. It was found that before Webster took over ordering ink cartridges the department spent about £2,500 a year.

After it became her responsibility, the bill rocketed to £10,854 in 2008 to 2009, then to more than £27,000, £45,000 and finally £60,000 in the following years.

When I first read this article, I assumed that she was ordering huge numbers and maybe added a small percentage over many years and kept it under the radar.

What the farking fark was her manager doing that meant that they weren't looking in the "PC consumables" column on the budget and wondering why £60K had been added. I'm pretty much anti-micromanagement, but the other end of that is giving people money to people and letting them behave like sailors on shore leave.

If you're the one doing the books, it's pretty easy to hide spend in a massive budget that would require forensic accounting to uncover.


maybe but thats an entire other reason the managers there should be fired.  If you are having the same person order stuff, make the payments, and keep the books you are asking for this kind of crap to happen.  Thats why anyone with a business of more than 2 employees doesn't do it like that.  You would think a government could adopt a PO system or have a separate accounting department so at some point someone else would presumably scratch there head and ask wtf they had to buy so much ink.
 
2014-03-01 07:43:47 AM

NickelP: farkeruk: An investigation was launched. It was found that before Webster took over ordering ink cartridges the department spent about £2,500 a year.

After it became her responsibility, the bill rocketed to £10,854 in 2008 to 2009, then to more than £27,000, £45,000 and finally £60,000 in the following years.

When I first read this article, I assumed that she was ordering huge numbers and maybe added a small percentage over many years and kept it under the radar.

What the farking fark was her manager doing that meant that they weren't looking in the "PC consumables" column on the budget and wondering why £60K had been added. I'm pretty much anti-micromanagement, but the other end of that is giving people money to people and letting them behave like sailors on shore leave.

Makes you wonder if there were others in on this.  Either the brits are even less competent than us americans or someone else had to be getting paid.


Hardly. In the greater scheme of corporate embezzlement, US or UK, $200,000 over six years is pretty small potatoes. You can bet this didn't show up on the budget as "PC Consumables." If you're in charge of processing the Purchase Orders, and how they show up in the budget summary, I bet you can hide that easily in a large organisation.
 
2014-03-01 07:48:16 AM
Shows imitiative......gets smacked down
 
2014-03-01 07:50:25 AM
It was probably billed as coffee creamer and toilet paper
 
2014-03-01 08:06:18 AM
sethen320:
The Brother mono laser I bought for $129 about 6 years ago is still going strong. It's using the original drum and on its' second $39 toner cartridge (electrical tape over the laser window lets you use the toner cartridge until it's really empty).

I joke around that I love that printer so much I want to work for Brother in the marketing department. I even have a slogan ready to go:

"Hook a Brother up"


Bought a Brother monochrome laser as well a couple weeks ago.  I have zero knowledge about printer brands and would have ended up buying some color printer POS that only gets 300 or so pages of copying before you are suckered into buying another ink cartridge.  Such a scam.

When my wife said to buy a Brother I was like, that company is still in business?!  Last time I heard of them was when I had an electric typewriter in high school (yeah, I'm that old).

But, yeah, so far it's operated well.  The setup was seemless and supposedly it will last for thousands of pages before a replacement.   So, yeah, positive vote for Brother so far.
 
2014-03-01 08:08:21 AM

gwowen: NickelP: farkeruk: An investigation was launched. It was found that before Webster took over ordering ink cartridges the department spent about £2,500 a year.

After it became her responsibility, the bill rocketed to £10,854 in 2008 to 2009, then to more than £27,000, £45,000 and finally £60,000 in the following years.

When I first read this article, I assumed that she was ordering huge numbers and maybe added a small percentage over many years and kept it under the radar.

What the farking fark was her manager doing that meant that they weren't looking in the "PC consumables" column on the budget and wondering why £60K had been added. I'm pretty much anti-micromanagement, but the other end of that is giving people money to people and letting them behave like sailors on shore leave.

Makes you wonder if there were others in on this.  Either the brits are even less competent than us americans or someone else had to be getting paid.

Hardly. In the greater scheme of corporate embezzlement, US or UK, $200,000 over six years is pretty small potatoes. You can bet this didn't show up on the budget as "PC Consumables." If you're in charge of processing the Purchase Orders, and how they show up in the budget summary, I bet you can hide that easily in a large organisation.


the same person shouldn't process purchase orders & order.
 
2014-03-01 08:11:18 AM

groppet: At work we have a bunch of unused toner cartridges for machine models we no longer have. They have been sitting there for years and I have been so tempted to just sell them. But knowing my luck thats when they would want to do an inventory.


You could still sell them to benefit the company and maybe get some recognition for a good idea.  Hell if you work for a small business you might be able to propose you sell them on your own time and split the profits with the owner/company.  Then its all legit.
 
2014-03-01 08:15:44 AM

endosymbiont: I think my first ever comment in a Fark thread, in 2001, was to observe that Fred Meyers on Hawthorne had a printer on sale for 29.99 and the printer came with a free ink cartridge in the box. You could separately buy just a replacement cartridge for 35.00. I still call bs.


Back in the very early 2000's when I was in college, my roomies and I shared a printer.  IIRC we had a Lexmark printer.  Anyway, same scenario as you...cartridges more expensive than the device itself...

After the one and only time we actually purchased replacement cartridges, we realized that we got the same amount of printing from the ones that came with the printer as we did for the replacements.  Sooo...over the course of 1 school year, we ended up going though something like 7 printers.  Albeit we did not save THAT much money, but it was money saved nonetheless!
 
2014-03-01 08:24:53 AM
What? No one posted the printer ink / blood / crude oil price chart yet?  Ya'll are slow this morning!

img31.imageshack.us
 
2014-03-01 08:29:34 AM

Endive Wombat: endosymbiont: I think my first ever comment in a Fark thread, in 2001, was to observe that Fred Meyers on Hawthorne had a printer on sale for 29.99 and the printer came with a free ink cartridge in the box. You could separately buy just a replacement cartridge for 35.00. I still call bs.

Back in the very early 2000's when I was in college, my roomies and I shared a printer.  IIRC we had a Lexmark printer.  Anyway, same scenario as you...cartridges more expensive than the device itself...

After the one and only time we actually purchased replacement cartridges, we realized that we got the same amount of printing from the ones that came with the printer as we did for the replacements.  Sooo...over the course of 1 school year, we ended up going though something like 7 printers.  Albeit we did not save THAT much money, but it was money saved nonetheless!


I got nailed on the reverse of this once.  I like to watch business liquidation auction sites.  So I see this like $400 laser full color printer for $50 and I actually needed a printer so I am thinking score!  I buy the thing and figure out its almost out of toners and each one is like $80 so 3 colors + black = $320 to refill it.  Not such a deal then.

//wound up getting the powder toner and refilling the carts but they detect as empty and you have to do a bunch of ghetto shiat to get it to work now.  Still worth it if you want to run off high volume good quality prints but its more of a few times a year thing than a daily printer.
 
2014-03-01 09:08:32 AM

NickelP: Endive Wombat: endosymbiont: I think my first ever comment in a Fark thread, in 2001, was to observe that Fred Meyers on Hawthorne had a printer on sale for 29.99 and the printer came with a free ink cartridge in the box. You could separately buy just a replacement cartridge for 35.00. I still call bs.

Back in the very early 2000's when I was in college, my roomies and I shared a printer.  IIRC we had a Lexmark printer.  Anyway, same scenario as you...cartridges more expensive than the device itself...

After the one and only time we actually purchased replacement cartridges, we realized that we got the same amount of printing from the ones that came with the printer as we did for the replacements.  Sooo...over the course of 1 school year, we ended up going though something like 7 printers.  Albeit we did not save THAT much money, but it was money saved nonetheless!

I got nailed on the reverse of this once.  I like to watch business liquidation auction sites.  So I see this like $400 laser full color printer for $50 and I actually needed a printer so I am thinking score!  I buy the thing and figure out its almost out of toners and each one is like $80 so 3 colors + black = $320 to refill it.  Not such a deal then.

//wound up getting the powder toner and refilling the carts but they detect as empty and you have to do a bunch of ghetto shiat to get it to work now.  Still worth it if you want to run off high volume good quality prints but its more of a few times a year thing than a daily printer.


So much this. I don't refill my own cartridges as I find it's more cost and time efficient to take out a 2nd mortgage on my house.
 
2014-03-01 09:09:02 AM

OhioUGrad: 'The family may never recover from this offending.', good and they shouldn't until they repay every penny and they should be banned from receiving any benefits.

/has a monochrome laser printer, a $50 drum lasts over a year


This. Inkjets suck for occasional printing. They dry out. Lasers are happy to just sit there and wait. I did upgrade to a color laser. I've had it over a year without changing cartridges.
 
2014-03-01 09:09:59 AM

TinyFist: I recently replaced both the black and color cartridges in my all-in-one with high capacity ones and it worked great for a month or so. When I upgraded to windows 8.1 everything went to sh*t and I couldn't get my Lexmark to work wirelessly or even over a cable.

Granted, I'm not the MOST tech savvy guy. But still, I spent more on those two cartridges of ink than I would have just buying a new printer and starting over.

Thankfully got it working again this afternoon.

/not subby


New printers don't have highcap cartridges, so you can't compare the prices like that. A new printer will come with cartridges that runs out if you use them for anything special.

Most people probably don't though.
 
2014-03-01 09:11:04 AM

NickelP: Endive Wombat: endosymbiont: I think my first ever comment in a Fark thread, in 2001, was to observe that Fred Meyers on Hawthorne had a printer on sale for 29.99 and the printer came with a free ink cartridge in the box. You could separately buy just a replacement cartridge for 35.00. I still call bs.

Back in the very early 2000's when I was in college, my roomies and I shared a printer.  IIRC we had a Lexmark printer.  Anyway, same scenario as you...cartridges more expensive than the device itself...

After the one and only time we actually purchased replacement cartridges, we realized that we got the same amount of printing from the ones that came with the printer as we did for the replacements.  Sooo...over the course of 1 school year, we ended up going though something like 7 printers.  Albeit we did not save THAT much money, but it was money saved nonetheless!

I got nailed on the reverse of this once.  I like to watch business liquidation auction sites.  So I see this like $400 laser full color printer for $50 and I actually needed a printer so I am thinking score!  I buy the thing and figure out its almost out of toners and each one is like $80 so 3 colors + black = $320 to refill it.  Not such a deal then.

//wound up getting the powder toner and refilling the carts but they detect as empty and you have to do a bunch of ghetto shiat to get it to work now.  Still worth it if you want to run off high volume good quality prints but its more of a few times a year thing than a daily printer.


So much this. Although I don't refill my own cartridges as I find it's more cost and time efficient to refinance my house.
 
2014-03-01 09:20:16 AM
Good thing that joke about the cost of printer cartridges never gets old, it lets us Farkers reuse the same headline every time a story like this comes up.
 
2014-03-01 09:24:16 AM

NickelP: Bungles: farkeruk: An investigation was launched. It was found that before Webster took over ordering ink cartridges the department spent about £2,500 a year.

After it became her responsibility, the bill rocketed to £10,854 in 2008 to 2009, then to more than £27,000, £45,000 and finally £60,000 in the following years.

When I first read this article, I assumed that she was ordering huge numbers and maybe added a small percentage over many years and kept it under the radar.

What the farking fark was her manager doing that meant that they weren't looking in the "PC consumables" column on the budget and wondering why £60K had been added. I'm pretty much anti-micromanagement, but the other end of that is giving people money to people and letting them behave like sailors on shore leave.

If you're the one doing the books, it's pretty easy to hide spend in a massive budget that would require forensic accounting to uncover.

maybe but thats an entire other reason the managers there should be fired.  If you are having the same person order stuff, make the payments, and keep the books you are asking for this kind of crap to happen.  Thats why anyone with a business of more than 2 employees doesn't do it like that.  You would think a government could adopt a PO system or have a separate accounting department so at some point someone else would presumably scratch there head and ask wtf they had to buy so much ink.


I have a client where the Magically Unaccountable Financial Guy just took them for 200k.  Turns out all his trips and cars were using the company CC instead of his own.  Which no one audited for like, a year.  So that was fun.
 
2014-03-01 09:27:04 AM
My ancient parallel port HP DeskJet 1120C has jumbo ink cartridges by modern standards, and she's a beast.  She just runs and runs and runs.  My daughter prints a ton of stuff at this point so the 9$ black and 14$ color refurb  cartridges are freaking great.  Hell the vendor has even replaced the few DOA cartridges I've gotten over the years.  Old printers ftw!
 
2014-03-01 09:30:16 AM

MIRV888: My ancient parallel port HP DeskJet 1120C has jumbo ink cartridges by modern standards, and she's a beast.  She just runs and runs and runs.  My daughter prints a ton of stuff at this point so the 9$ black and 14$ color refurb  cartridges are freaking great.  Hell the vendor has even replaced the few DOA cartridges I've gotten over the years.  Old printers ftw!


I'm shocked you have a pc with a parallel port.
 
2014-03-01 09:33:58 AM
I keep coming back here because I don't feel like doing my Sat. morning cleaning. but thanks folks, changing the litter box just seemed a whole lot interesting,
 
2014-03-01 09:43:18 AM
Toners and Inks from Amazon.com - no doubt about it.  I can grab color toners for $23 for my Canon color laser.  Sometimes they are duds and I have to RMA them, but I usually get 1000 pages from each one.  We do full color prints for marketing.

The little ink carts for the printers we get for about $1 ea.  OEM is $23.

I just picked up one of those new HP PageWrite full edge to edge inkjet printers - X451dn.  MAN that thing is awesome.  I've been doing lots of prints for paper and quality testing, and the -starter- carts are one notch down in the display - and it looks like there are 10 or so notches.

The OEM XL carts go for $112 each and they say you get 9k or so from them.  For inkjet that is amazing.  I probably won't even hunt for knockoff carts for it.  General Office prints come out almost 1 page a second.  Professional (which we use for our newsletters) are double sided about 1 page every 5 seconds.  Which is twice as fast as our Color Laser.  And!  The pages don't curl.  Color lasers curl.  Which with a folding machine is a super pain in the ass.

So yeah I'm impressed.  Picking up the second paper tray today.  Holds 500 sheets and around 50 envelopes.  Compared to putting 20 envelopes each time into the low-grade inkjet printer - we have a winner.  Also - it prints on heavy cardstock.  FROM the paper tray.  I haven't seen any printer ever that can grab and print super heavy card stock without a manual feed.  So yeah our postcard inkjetting is going through the roof as well.
 
2014-03-01 09:45:00 AM
I don't do much printing anymore, I still have, and use, a Deskjet 952c I bought back in 2001.  Since not many people are still using these things, the price of the cartridges seem to be going down.....supply and demand in action.     My big problem is that the cartridges actually dry up before I can use all the ink.
 
2014-03-01 09:46:57 AM

Nappy Imus: Oh wow! Hobbits really do exist!


well, she does look like she was built with the ugly stick.  47?  Yeesh
 
2014-03-01 10:01:36 AM
Meanwhile my nearly 10 year old Epson keeps working with no problems.

Alphax: On those very rare occasions that I want to print something at home, that's when one or more cartridges won't work.  Seems to be a Murphy's Law variant.


If it's an ink jet printer, the problem is probably that it sits unused for long periods of time. Ink can dry up in the cartridges or, worse, gum up the spay nozzles.
 
M-G
2014-03-01 10:21:47 AM

ZzeusS: I just picked up one of those new HP PageWrite full edge to edge inkjet printers - X451dn.  MAN that thing is awesome.


Same here.  It was about half the price of a color laser with a comparable duty cycle rating.  A lot of ink coverage will give you that lovely soggy page, but that's not our normal use.
 
2014-03-01 12:52:49 PM
Look like she ate £160,000 and the cartridges
 
2014-03-01 01:23:21 PM

TinyFist: I recently replaced both the black and color cartridges in my all-in-one with high capacity ones and it worked great for a month or so. When I upgraded to windows 8.1 everything went to sh*t and I couldn't get my Lexmark to work wirelessly or even over a cable.

Granted, I'm not the MOST tech savvy guy. But still, I spent more on those two cartridges of ink than I would have just buying a new printer and starting over.

Thankfully got it working again this afternoon.

/not subby


There's the problem right there...

Lexmark, the worse machines I've ever dealt with... expensive cartridges, unbelievably cheaply built machines, expensive repairs... you buy it for 50$, costs you 5000$ in maintenance, repairs and ink/toner....

The stupid thing is that at work, they have someone that appears on the take and they keep getting them (hence my experience)... when I learned that the colour toners where about 150-250$ each, I was almost sick about it... so much waste.

I went and got a Xerox solid ink (wax-like)... and I spent less than 2K for the machine and these ink blocks about 3 years ago, and I haven't even used half of my stock yet, and the quality is beyond anything that the Lexmarks can do... I will admit that the newest machine we just got (the Lexmark's highest high machines that are HUGE, and does all the colour/copying, etc.) do give better results, but if I were to go with the previous colour printers we had, I believe that I've seen it print more faulty prints, out of order than anything else I've even seen.
 
2014-03-01 01:53:45 PM
Forgot to mention.. the ink blocks are about 15$ for 3 (colours) or 4 (black) blocks and are good for hundred of full pages coverage, near to picture quality, on regular paper.
 
Displayed 50 of 51 comments

First | « | 1 | 2 | » | Last | Show all

View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


This thread is closed to new comments.

Continue Farking
Submit a Link »






Report