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2020-06-17 4:49:34 PM  
Link to uncensored photo? Asking for a friend.
 
2020-06-17 5:18:22 PM  

Walker: Link to uncensored photo? Asking for a friend.


Here you go, NSF obviously. Brother lives in NO and it was making the rounds last week.
 
2020-06-17 5:43:06 PM  

Elegy: Walker: Link to uncensored photo? Asking for a friend.

Here you go, NSF obviously. Brother lives in NO and it was making the rounds last week.


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2020-06-17 5:49:24 PM  

Elegy: Walker: Link to uncensored photo? Asking for a friend.

Here you go, NSF obviously. Brother lives in NO and it was making the rounds last week.


Mahalo 🤣😂🤣😂! It's ridiculous that American society is so squeamish about the human body!
 
2020-06-17 5:49:48 PM  
FTFA:  We blacked out part of the photo before posting.

Really?  Thought maybe he was shot with a portal gun.
 
2020-06-17 5:51:04 PM  
That is one way to guarantee that people stay 6 ft away from you.
 
2020-06-17 5:59:12 PM  

Elegy: Walker: Link to uncensored photo? Asking for a friend.

Here you go, NSF obviously. Brother lives in NO and it was making the rounds last week.


I feel better about my penis now.

Thanks
 
2020-06-17 6:00:31 PM  

trekkiecougar: Elegy: Walker: Link to uncensored photo? Asking for a friend.

Here you go, NSF obviously. Brother lives in NO and it was making the rounds last week.

Mahalo 🤣😂🤣😂! It's ridiculous that American society is so squeamish about the human body!


We aren't squeamish when it looks good.
 
2020-06-17 6:00:41 PM  

Igor Jakovsky: That is one way to guarantee that people stay 6 ft away from you.


Come on, I doubt it's THAT long.
 
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2020-06-17 6:07:10 PM  
HE WAS IN THE POOL!!
 
2020-06-17 6:09:11 PM  
Wow, it's been 14 years since "the naked guy" in Berkeley died.
 
2020-06-17 6:18:03 PM  

Walker: Elegy: Walker: Link to uncensored photo? Asking for a friend.

Here you go, NSF obviously. Brother lives in NO and it was making the rounds last week.

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W Y
 
2020-06-17 6:31:34 PM  

H31N0US: Elegy: Walker: Link to uncensored photo? Asking for a friend.

Here you go, NSF obviously. Brother lives in NO and it was making the rounds last week.

I feel better about my penis now.

Thanks


trump still looking for that person that makes him feel better about his.
 
2020-06-17 6:32:29 PM  
And he is THE ONLY ONE wearing a mask in the pic.
 
2020-06-17 6:34:04 PM  
My parents told me that back in the 1970s they once saw a couple guys jog past their house wearing ski masks and tennis shoes...and nothing else.  Apparently this was a thing back then.
 
2020-06-17 6:38:45 PM  

OrangeSnapper: My parents told me that back in the 1970s they once saw a couple guys jog past their house wearing ski masks and tennis shoes...and nothing else.  Apparently this was a thing back then.


It was. There was even a song about it.
Ray Stevens - The Streak
Youtube XtzoUu7w-YM
 
2020-06-17 6:39:20 PM  
I spent 4 days in New Orleans back when I was in college. Walking around naked was a recurring dream I had. Given that I was drunk most of the day, I was always worried that it wasn't a dream.
 
2020-06-17 6:45:14 PM  
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2020-06-17 6:46:52 PM  

Elegy: Walker: Link to uncensored photo? Asking for a friend.

Here you go, NSF obviously. Brother lives in NO and it was making the rounds last week.


It's interesting, that dudes that are growers, are so willing to be naked. Don't see many naked show'ers.
🤔
 
2020-06-17 6:47:53 PM  

trekkiecougar: Elegy: Walker: Link to uncensored photo? Asking for a friend.

Here you go, NSF obviously. Brother lives in NO and it was making the rounds last week.

Mahalo 🤣😂🤣😂! It's ridiculous that American society is so squeamish about the human body!


squeamish and disinterested don't mean the same thing bub
 
2020-06-17 6:56:45 PM  
For some reason I think it would be hilarious if he was wearing one mask on his face and another on his junk.
 
2020-06-17 7:00:50 PM  
Don't look Ethyl!
Too late, she done got pepper sprayed.
 
2020-06-17 7:08:12 PM  
I bet a codpiece would make a great mask.
 
2020-06-17 7:22:35 PM  
 I see naked guys here in New Orleans all of the time. The last one was just a week ago while I was strolling to the grocery store. He was just sitting there on what used to me a very busy sidewalk. Back in the day I would've crossed the street to avoid him, but I figured that I'm longer altering my routes due to silliness.

So I walk buy and he says, "Sup?. And I'm all, "Sup?" And then he starts a perfectly lucid conversation about the nice weather. I made eye contact with him, trying desperately not to see his junk. The funny.part of this story is that neither of us even acknowledged that he was naked. And then I just strolled off, wishing him a good day.

NOLA 'til ya die, man.
 
2020-06-17 7:38:13 PM  

waxbeans: trekkiecougar: Elegy: Walker: Link to uncensored photo? Asking for a friend.

Here you go, NSF obviously. Brother lives in NO and it was making the rounds last week.

Mahalo 🤣😂🤣😂! It's ridiculous that American society is so squeamish about the human body!

squeamish and disinterested don't mean the same thing bub


That's right, they don't.  One is actively saying "I don't want to see that, ever!" and the other is simply saying "that is a thing I have no interest in seeing, but it doesn't bother me if I do."  Be honest now, which one more accurately describes the North American culture towards seeing male genitalia in particular?  Comments like that in the article ("...might be washing their eyes out with bleach...") are very indicative of a squeamishness that is quite prevalent in our culture, especially when it comes to hetero males viewing the male body.  (I acknowledge that I'm perpetrating an outdated binary approach to gender and sexuality here - forgive me, I'm still working on how to elegantly address such things without making this already-lengthy post even longer.)

Most guys I know, if a penis happens to be shown on screen for a few seconds, seem to feel the need to go into paroxysms of disgust and act like they've been permanently traumatized.  As if they're afraid that if they don't, everyone else in the room will suspect that they secretly really want to see it (and wouldn't that be the worst thing ever?).  I just want to say to them, you know there is a third option, right?  You can allow yourself to see it and not be affected by it - you don't actually have to choose between desire and revulsion.

Another example that springs to mind - the Watchmen movie.  I was aware that Dr. Manhattan was naked throughout most of it, as he was in the comics, but I didn't really take particular notice of it.  It didn't mean any more to me than did his elbow.  But every thread on every message board was filled with people who couldn't stop talking about "BIG BLUE DONG!  BIG BLUE DONG!" to the point where it was difficult to discuss any other aspect of the movie.  I wanted to say to all those people: if that was so distracting to you that you couldn't focus on anything else, then maybe that's something for you to work through with your therapist.

tl;dr (and who would blame you):  trekkiecougar is absolutely correct, bub.
 
2020-06-17 7:58:37 PM  

Gawain: waxbeans: trekkiecougar: Elegy: Walker: Link to uncensored photo? Asking for a friend.

Here you go, NSF obviously. Brother lives in NO and it was making the rounds last week.

Mahalo 🤣😂🤣😂! It's ridiculous that American society is so squeamish about the human body!

squeamish and disinterested don't mean the same thing bub

That's right, they don't.  One is actively saying "I don't want to see that, ever!" and the other is simply saying "that is a thing I have no interest in seeing, but it doesn't bother me if I do."  Be honest now, which one more accurately describes the North American culture towards seeing male genitalia in particular?  Comments like that in the article ("...might be washing their eyes out with bleach...") are very indicative of a squeamishness that is quite prevalent in our culture, especially when it comes to hetero males viewing the male body.  (I acknowledge that I'm perpetrating an outdated binary approach to gender and sexuality here - forgive me, I'm still working on how to elegantly address such things without making this already-lengthy post even longer.)

Most guys I know, if a penis happens to be shown on screen for a few seconds, seem to feel the need to go into paroxysms of disgust and act like they've been permanently traumatized.  As if they're afraid that if they don't, everyone else in the room will suspect that they secretly really want to see it (and wouldn't that be the worst thing ever?).  I just want to say to them, you know there is a third option, right?  You can allow yourself to see it and not be affected by it - you don't actually have to choose between desire and revulsion.

Another example that springs to mind - the Watchmen movie.  I was aware that Dr. Manhattan was naked throughout most of it, as he was in the comics, but I didn't really take particular notice of it.  It didn't mean any more to me than did his elbow.  But every thread on every message board was filled with people who couldn't stop talking about "BIG BLUE DONG!  BIG BLUE DONG!" to the point where it was difficult to discuss any other aspect of the movie.  I wanted to say to all those people: if that was so distracting to you that you couldn't focus on anything else, then maybe that's something for you to work through with your therapist.

tl;dr (and who would blame you):  trekkiecougar is absolutely correct, bub.


Maybe.

But, we're hyperbolic drama queens.
I just don't agree that FACT, means squeamish.
I've met squeamish.
I know this lady that is disgusted by lesbians. More specifically lesbian sex. She went on a diatribe.
And some gay men I've known talk about the vagina like it's evil and gross. Those two examples are squeamish.
Is the rest the US like those two? I case could be made that it is.
My thing is, why are there so many ugly penises? Only good looking ones are in porn, and, even that is changing.

/
Or to put is I different words

Sometimes people assume I'm staring because I'm interested in them.
unfortunately sometimes I'm actually staring because I'm trying to figure out what I'm looking at and why they felt it was appropriate to wear in public.

TLDR
Maybe America has inappropriate affect. And is hyperbolic drama queens.
 
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2020-06-17 8:00:42 PM  
It's always the ones you don't want to see naked
 
2020-06-17 8:01:02 PM  

Gawain: waxbeans: trekkiecougar: Elegy: Walker: Link to uncensored photo? Asking for a friend.

Here you go, NSF obviously. Brother lives in NO and it was making the rounds last week.

Mahalo 🤣😂🤣😂! It's ridiculous that American society is so squeamish about the human body!

squeamish and disinterested don't mean the same thing bub

That's right, they don't.  One is actively saying "I don't want to see that, ever!" and the other is simply saying "that is a thing I have no interest in seeing, but it doesn't bother me if I do."  Be honest now, which one more accurately describes the North American culture towards seeing male genitalia in particular?  Comments like that in the article ("...might be washing their eyes out with bleach...") are very indicative of a squeamishness that is quite prevalent in our culture, especially when it comes to hetero males viewing the male body.  (I acknowledge that I'm perpetrating an outdated binary approach to gender and sexuality here - forgive me, I'm still working on how to elegantly address such things without making this already-lengthy post even longer.)

Most guys I know, if a penis happens to be shown on screen for a few seconds, seem to feel the need to go into paroxysms of disgust and act like they've been permanently traumatized.  As if they're afraid that if they don't, everyone else in the room will suspect that they secretly really want to see it (and wouldn't that be the worst thing ever?).  I just want to say to them, you know there is a third option, right?  You can allow yourself to see it and not be affected by it - you don't actually have to choose between desire and revulsion.

Another example that springs to mind - the Watchmen movie.  I was aware that Dr. Manhattan was naked throughout most of it, as he was in the comics, but I didn't really take particular notice of it.  It didn't mean any more to me than did his elbow.  But every thread on every message board was filled with people who couldn't stop talking about "BIG BLUE DONG!  BIG BLUE DONG!" to the point where it was difficult to discuss any other aspect of the movie.  I wanted to say to all those people: if that was so distracting to you that you couldn't focus on anything else, then maybe that's something for you to work through with your therapist.

tl;dr (and who would blame you):  trekkiecougar is absolutely correct, bub.


Not disagreeing with you.
Just don't know if squeamish is the correct word.
But sure something is definitely going on there.
 
2020-06-17 8:20:09 PM  

dickfreckle: I see naked guys here in New Orleans all of the time. The last one was just a week ago while I was strolling to the grocery store. He was just sitting there on what used to me a very busy sidewalk. Back in the day I would've crossed the street to avoid him, but I figured that I'm longer altering my routes due to silliness.

So I walk buy and he says, "Sup?. And I'm all, "Sup?" And then he starts a perfectly lucid conversation about the nice weather. I made eye contact with him, trying desperately not to see his junk. The funny.part of this story is that neither of us even acknowledged that he was naked. And then I just strolled off, wishing him a good day.

NOLA 'til ya die, man.


Bad form to reply to self, I know, and am sorry. But the post describes a repeat performance. Naked Man just sits there, "Indian style," and apparently does nothing but air out. The above post was just my.last encounter. Dude's been naked since April . I don't think he's homeless. But the four or five times I've chatted with him have made me grown to almost look forward to seeing him. Not his junk, but the pleasantries. Guys dick is literally in the wind but he's the nicest person I encounter when heading to the store. As mentioned above, NOPD doesn't care. Just another non-violent naked guy on a random Thursday.
 
2020-06-17 9:02:02 PM  
 NOPD only cares about males at Mardis Gras. The rest of the year you can be as naked you want.
 
2020-06-17 9:14:26 PM  
Kind of a small circle.
 
2020-06-17 9:37:30 PM  
And shoes
 
2020-06-17 10:24:19 PM  
What the FARK?
 
2020-06-17 11:19:13 PM  

kdawg7736: What the FARK?


I think the news is this is news.  Because 'Murica.
 
2020-06-18 12:24:17 AM  

OrangeSnapper: My parents told me that back in the 1970s they once saw a couple guys jog past their house wearing ski masks and tennis shoes...and nothing else.  Apparently this was a thing back then.


Possibly could have been fraternity/sorority initiation.  you have to run a certain distance and can only wear one thing (shoes were a given at times).  So the one thing they chose was a mask
 
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