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Your model for today was born in Yamanashi, Japan on November 18th, 1997.  She stands 4′ 11″ and measures 392434 and not many pounds.  Please line up to greet Miss Chika Yuuki .

 

142 Comments

  1. Gooooood morning Bee Bee Eff’er’s.

  2. Miss Yamagooochi strikes me as someone that would gladly take any extra tool tickets that c Arin may have cast aside.

  3. Have a hole that needs filling at the next tough mudder ….. yep, she’ll take one for the team.

  4. I hear there’s a market for her sort of look.

    *cough* MJ

  5. Wakey wakey

  6. Chika Yuuki

    I wonder if Japanese people read that name and think “Fake Stripper Name Obviously”?

  7. The last picture looks remarkably bovine

    Fantastic udders

  8. https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2020/03/hilarious-hillary-2.php

    I clicked on the Hulu preview. The author is right, it’s nauseating.

  9. If chicks on facedouche don’t want to get a million “hey baby” messages – then I’ve got a GREAT idea. Stop putting up heavily filtered selfies.

    Seriously.

  10. Chicka Yucky? not a good choice for a stage name.

  11. If chicks on facedouche don’t want to get a million “hey baby” messages – then I’ve got a GREAT idea. Stop putting up heavily filtered selfies.

    Seriously.

    Obviously, it’s not the messages that bothers them, it’s that they’re being approached by men they consider unworthy.

  12. FFS, I truly thought Bernie would be the candidate. That is insane enough on every level. The guy is a doddering old fool X 1000.

    But now the plan is to have Joe Biden as the candidate with Hillary as VP to step in when he is obviously mentally incapable of handling the job (now).

    If that indeed is what Hillary’s stupid, cringe-worthy, Hulu documentary is about.

    One of two things is going on, she really wants the VP job knowing Joe will take a fall or she’s trying to pick up the pieces of her shit legacy to make way for that horse-faced, idiot, Chelsea.

    Would someone explain to me how Bill saying screwing an intern as a stress reliever is a smart thing?

  13. it’s that they’re being approached by men they consider unworthy.

    This is the issue. That is why they get pissed by Rush’s observation that feminism was created to give unattractive women access to society.

    Unattractive doesn’t necessarily mean ugly, ladies.

  14. One of two things is going on, she really wants the VP job knowing Joe will take a fall or she’s trying to pick up the pieces of her shit legacy to make way for that horse-faced, idiot, Chelsea.

    Huma. Chelsea was pretty obviously never going to be able to serve as the Clinton heir, because she lacked the political drive or cunning of her parents. So she was given good credentials, a series of cushy jobs, and a rich husband to help keep her happy while Hillary groomed Huma to be the heir instead.

    I don’t think that Hillary will be the VP choice. I think that there are too many people in the party who hate her and want someone radical. It will be Tank Abrams before it’s Hildabeast.

  15. I hope it’s Abrams because she is repulsive.

  16. Well, Chelsea sure is brushing up her political skills now. You just know they are grooming her. Why else does she get 600k right out of college?

  17. Because she’s a Clinton and they’re all about the money. That was a way to get in Bill and Hillary’s good graces.

  18. “It will be Tank Abrams before it’s Hildabeast.”

    Death by suicide in other words.

  19. *cough*

  20. Hillary’s viability will be determined by her upcoming deposition regarding the private email server.

    Very breezy out here today.

  21. I think that the everyday dems want Bernie because young people are stupid and like a “new” “cool” “radical” “idiotic” thing.

    But the politicos know it will crush the down-ballot candidates. They WILL lose the House.

  22. omment by Jay in Ames on March 6, 2020 9:16 am
    When you come in 3rd place in your home state…

    ——–

    LOL

  23. Chelsea simply isnt smart enough and lacks any sort of wit that could let her pass for it. AOC is a dipshit extraordinaire, but a better politician than Chelsea is or will ever be.

  24. Me 20 years ago: Why no woman for me?

    Me now: Holy fucking shit, did I dodge a shitton of bullets

    Time and perspective…

  25. Human was being groomed as the heir with Wiener as the water carrier. Andrew Breitbart crushed it. All Wiener had to do was be more discreet than Bill, and he collapsed completely. We’d be in a very different place right now if he’d had even a frisson of self-discipline.

  26. Huma, dammit.

  27. Leon, that’s been my theory. Wiener would rise through the Congressional ranks while Huma followed Hillary into the Executive Branch, and then ran for president. I believe that the goal was Wiener as Speaker of the House and Huma as President one day.

  28. Speaker Wiener

  29. Wiener Speaker

  30. Wiener Whisperer

  31. He’s still in prison, right? He probably speaks to wieners often.

  32. He was released in 2019.

  33. Oh shit, he’s on the street? No one is safe.

  34. Would someone explain to me how Bill saying screwing an intern as a stress reliever is a smart thing?

    More like screwing anything that moved because being married to that harpy is non-stop cortisol infusion.

  35. Big boob Yuuki looks so sweet and innocent until the 9th picture and then you know she crazy and you get shiv if you no take shoes off at door.

  36. Love this site

    http://stiltonsplace.blogspot.com/2020/03/warren-peace.html

  37. Hillary is so awful that even as a right wing nutcase I would understand Bill discreetly having a mistress to stay sane and staying married for Chelsea and the grandkids’ sakes.

    But, well, that ain’t how the story went, is it?

  38. Re: Biden

    I fully expect the demrats to pull something dastardly.

  39. I always figured that the Clintons had an arrangement for years that Bill could fool around as long as it didn’t threaten his career or embarrass Hillary.

  40. Me 20 years ago: Why no woman for me?

    Me now: Holy fucking shit, did I dodge a shitton of bullets

    Time and perspective…

    Honestly, I feel the same way. Too many crazies out there.

  41. When you come in 3rd place in your home state…

    Two commies, one of whom sniffs kids….

  42. Hey, Mitt, you POS, let’s look into your ties with Burisma.

  43. I’ll never get over being angry at republicans for making me vote for John McCain and Mitt Romney.

  44. Mitt knows if they dig too deep, he’ll be found out, the POS.

  45. If you look in the dictionary for the pejorative of TOOL, you’d see Mitt’s face.

  46. Who the f is that gross woman?

  47. Mare – you know I don’t like using “tool” to besmirch someone. Tools are very useful things.

  48. How far has Gab gone?

  49. F*ck you Gabe. Will I or my kids be reimbursed for doing the right things to survive the choice we made to go to college? No, then f*ck the hell off double, you squirrelly shit.

  50. This little gal is 59″ tall, and her upper carriage is 39″ around.

    How on earth does she manage to stay upright?

  51. Meh, Gabe isn’t wrong. There are a lot of better arguments against wholesale debt forgiveness than “it isn’t fair”.

  52. And I took out a small loan for one year of college, fully understanding it was mine to pay off.

    If we’re going to forgive student loans, how about forgiving home mortgages?

  53. Corona-chan is a well-developed lass!

  54. That will be next, beasn. Housing is a human right too.

  55. And I took out a small loan for one year of college, fully understanding it was mine to pay off.

    I did the same. I’m also sticking to a job I dislike because the money is good and the cost of living is cheap. Lord willing and the creek don’t rise I’ll have most of it paid off by the end of this year.

    If we’re going to forgive student loans, how about forgiving home mortgages?

    You can give a home over to the bank and walk away, and take a hit to your credit in the process. Part of the issue with school loans is that there’s nothing tangible to “give back”, and you can’t discharge the debt which means the normal methods by which people overextended with debt can recover don’t exist.

  56. CoAlex, it isn’t fair to make others pay for the bad decisions of others. whether it be idiot students, many of whom have no business going to college or scamming higher ed offering useless degrees.

    The federal government has no business in it, for starters.

  57. There is something to be said addressing young people today who believe that they have it SO MUCH HARDER than everyone else.

    You know what I didn’t have when I was a young person? Tattoos, the newest iPhone, a new car, and money to go on pricey vacations.

    Pretty much every young person I know has all the above, in addition to their college debt.

    Shit, a lot of the young people I know get those lash things that are about $90 every few weeks. But please tell me how you can’t pay back your student debt.

  58. >>Part of the issue with school loans is that there’s nothing tangible to “give back”

    Exactly why our tax dollars shouldn’t be flushed down that hole. Universities should compete for their customers dollars, not sit back and be another welfare whore.

  59. The federal government has been involved for decades, unfortunately, and not just in pumping up tuitions with easy money, but also in pushing regulations and economic policies which made college alternatives less appealing. If you’re a kid from the rust belt who grew up in the 90s watching the factories get shipped overseas or down south to Mexico, watched your father and your friends’ fathers struggle to find lower paying work, went to public school where you were told by everyone that a college degree was the key to a good life and it didn’t matter how much it cost, watched friends and older classmates struggle to find jobs with HS diplomas and have to go to community college for even the basic certifications for jobs due to regulations, watched entry level positions get flooded with immigrants working slave hours and living ten to a one-bedroom apartment…

    Well, I’m not going to apologize for having a bit of sympathy and thinking that they were set up for failure by many of the very same people complaining about how they’re all lazy and greedy.

    I’m not saying we need to give them a clean slate, no questions asked. They do need to pay a price for taking on so much debt, because it’s a learning experience and because they need to have skin in the game. I’d much rather have a debt reduction program tied to some sort of hit to their credit, as well as a tax penalty for the next twenty years.

  60. >>You know what I didn’t have when I was a young person? Tattoos, the newest iPhone, a new car, and money to go on pricey vacations.

    Same here. Also, same with my kids. We didn’t buy them a car and they had to pay to have their own phones. All money from the family scholarship, went directly to college expenses. Any perks, like a car*, was on their own dime. Since they worked their way most of the way through uni, no way did they want to piss their money away on stupid stuff. The son paid cash for his clunker and then passed it on later, to his sister, who paid him in cash.

    *we always told them having a car was a privilege and a responsibility. They could use ours when they lived at home but if they wanted their own, they’d find a way to get and maintain one.

  61. Exactly why our tax dollars shouldn’t be flushed down that hole. Universities should compete for their customers dollars, not sit back and be another welfare whore.

    That would be nice gowing forward, but doesn’t address the huge amount of debt that is already out there.

  62. I agree that the cost is too high for education, and it’s because the government fucked it up with their methods.

    I am also not ready to just pay for it, and not fix the process behind it. The only way to do this is to suffer through it as is, because those loans were basically contracts, and they should have to honor them.

  63. I’ve heard of kids taking vacations and buying expensive items with their loan money. There should be some kind of condition attached to student loans that it can only be used for tuition/books/rent (dorm life or off campus).

  64. Why don’t they just eat the locusts?

  65. Forgive the debt, cancel all future Social Security and Medicare payments.

    You’re whole, and you’re on your own.

  66. Oh, you still get to pay in. You owe us.

  67. If you’re a kid from the rust belt who grew up in the 90s watching the factories get shipped overseas or down south to Mexico, watched your father

    I was a kid who grew up in the 70s, working class side of St. Louis. Remember the misery index and JIMMAH Carter? My dad was a low paid city cop, with 5 kids, in a two bedroom house, who had to take extra jobs to keep food on the table. We were told, and understood, if we wanted anything extra, we had to get our asses up, get a job, and pay for it ourselves. My public high school was shit and I was on the ass end of shit when they nuked it with deseg/busing.

    So, I know well all the circumstances you list. And yet I was able to figure it out and make it work, by the skin of my teeth. I do not want my tax dollars pissed away on unserious stupid kids and scamming universities. (At least a third of my college courses were useless and ticked me off having to pay for them with my hard-to-come-by money.)

  68. When life gives you locusts…….

  69. Comment by Car in on March 6, 2020 11:40 am
    Mare – you know I don’t like using “tool” to besmirch someone. Tools are very useful things.

    ——

    I had you in mind, Carin, hence the use of “pejorative.”

  70. Gabrial Malor isn’t too bright. Don’t know how “smart” he is but he’s not too bright.

  71. Lotta blame to go around. Yes, the kids should take a hit for their poor judgement (though not one that so hampers them they’re effectively debt-slaves). But so should the “educational institutions” that took advantage of them. I would also say the bureaucrats and politicians, but we know how that works out. And the burden should NOT fall on those who did the honorable thing and either stayed out of debt or paid it off. That is simply unacceptable.

    Of course with all the interests involved, fat chance any of that comes to pass. /spits

  72. Gaybe can fuck the hell off into the outer dark.

  73. He mostly fucks the hell off in another man’s inner dark, as I understand it.

  74. Gabe is a lawyer. Articulate, good verbal intelligence, but second- and third-order effects of policies are beyond his reckoning. Laws do only what they state, there is no slippery slope, behavior doesn’t change in response to regulation, etc. His personal stake in gay marriage wrecked his prognostications across the board, and it’s still at work here. My guess is that he’s still in hock and it colors his judgment as his desire for a “husband” did before SCOTUS imposed a new definition of marriage in direct conflict with all of recorded history in every civilization ever worthy of the name.

  75. I would also say the bureaucrats and politicians, but we know how that works out. And the burden should NOT fall on those who did the honorable thing and either stayed out of debt or paid it off. That is simply unacceptable.

    This. A lot of those young people knew what they were doing and DIDN’T care. it was fun. Everyone was doing it. They’ll figure it out later. It was better than actually growing up and being responsible at the time.

    ALSO a big FU to universities that load the course load with BS which 1) makework for professors 2) bring them more money and 3) make it nearly impossible for kids to graduate in a timely fashion – not ONLY because of the hours, but also because they LIMIT critical courses offered. Kids can’t get the classes they need, in order, and then end up having to spend more semesters paying out.

  76. I really liked Gabe when he was here. Fun. Funny. Nice. He’s just … gone to the dark side.

  77. I may start a new fb series entitled “I look nothing like this”. Featuring me with various snapchat filters.

  78. It sounds like Gabe got swallowed by the DC monstrosity and corrupted.

  79. He lives in Washington, and he’s gay. It was pretty much a foregone conclusion.

    And I agree with Carin, he’s a good guy personally.

  80. He really is, I had drinks with him and we talked a long time, that’s what’s so frustrating.

  81. Comment by leoncaruthers on March 6, 2020 1:02 pm
    Gabe is a lawyer. Articulate, good verbal intelligence, but second- and third-order effects of policies are beyond his reckoning. Laws do only what they state, there is no slippery slope, behavior doesn’t change in response to regulation, etc. His personal stake in gay marriage wrecked his prognostications across the board, and it’s still at work here. My guess is that he’s still in hock and it colors his judgment as his desire for a “husband” did before SCOTUS imposed a new definition of marriage in direct conflict with all of recorded history in every civilization ever worthy of the name.

    ——-

    I’d say that about covers it.

  82. https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/03/weekend-bernies-theory-presidency/607489/

    This is just sad. I mean, to be this desperate to throw out this argument…

  83. https://decider.com/2020/03/04/coronavirus-porn-pornhub/

    Rule 34 news

  84. Aw, I was hoping for Corona-chan hentai.

  85. 10/10 would smash

  86. Read the whole thing. It’s hilarious.
    I mean, pathetic.

  87. I have to take online disability etiquette training. A lot of B’s to say “don’t be a dick to the cripples and gimps.”

  88. These people really need to stop abusing their children.

    And breeding in general.

  89. Meh, Gabe isn’t wrong.

    https://tinyurl.com/gtbshgu

    Smug. I’ve had enough of the smug.

  90. ALSO a big FU to universities that load the course load with BS

    Eggzachary, and for all those reasons, with a pineapple. Had I not had to take those useless classes of crap, I might have been able to avoid taking out the loan….(which husband/I paid off a year after I graduated).

  91. Gabe trolled the Horde too much, it was clear something wasn’t right there. I wish him health and wisdom, that he may live to repent his errors. But I also wish him far travels, that he do so in a place I never again have to hear from him.

  92. NO “STUDIES” MAJORS. Those should never have been accepted as legitimate courses of academic studies. Frankly the whole damn educational establishment, from pre-K to post-doc, needs to be burned to the ground and rebuilt from scratch.

  93. Why does my pre-med daughter need to take a language? WHY? She had to take other non-major related courses.

    Get rid of all that shit.

  94. LOL, looks like she shut down her account, car in. Or I got blocked.

  95. Why does my pre-med daughter need to take a language? WHY? She had to take other non-major related courses.

    She needs to learn to speak the dominant languages in the US within twenty years.

  96. “Studies” are the poison pill. They kept STEM majors out of minors and classes in actual Humanities like philosophy, theology, and history, which they then wrecked with “criticism” for the Evil White Men who had the audacity to start Western Civilization and think it was a good thing.

    That’s how you get ignorant douchenozzles like NDT who think philosophy is bunk and that “science” is some kind of creed rather than a method of epistemological investigation.

  97. I had to “complete a Humanities sequence” for my BSE. Language was the easiest way to do that, but a guy I knew who did History instead and ended up with BS in it.

    It does help make for a more well-rounded education, and it’s one of the few things that differentiates a university education from a trade school. She should take Latin or Greek for the assist with medical terms.

  98. My ROTC scholarship required me to take a semester of a foreign language. I was ready to fulfill my general studies college requirement with a semester of a “culture” class and learn how Italians make pasta and drink some wine but I had to take the whole farging year because the college required the whole year, not just one semester if you went the language route. I was a grown ass man sitting in a room with all freshmen students who were more worried about finding beer for the weekend and whether they had zits.

  99. >>Why does my pre-med daughter need to take a language?

    Why did I have to take P.E., art, and poli-sci?

    (…with a total dick as prof, who would lock the door when class began and then would rapid-fire random court cases ??WTF?? for the next hour. There were 30 people crammed in there. Out of the 30, only 2 got C’s. The rest Ds and Fs. A gal who got the C was almost in tears. She was a smart cookie with nearly a 4.0. A year or two later, one of the girls on my floor had him for the same class. She was hospitalized during finals and he wouldn’t let her take the exam, even with a doctor’s note. It was a required class that filled up fast. By the time you figured out what a dick the teacher was, it was too late. You couldn’t get into the other prof’s class and would have to wait another semester/year.)

  100. >>>She should take Latin or Greek for the assist with medical terms.

    Oooo, I concur. I took French for some English class fillers. Too bad Latin wasn’t on the menu.

  101. By the time you figured out what a dick the teacher was, it was too late
    ——-
    I think the kids rate their professors now. Probably part of the reason for grade inflation

  102. My college had a core curriculum which accounted for about 1-1/2 years out of 4. As a science major a lot of my classes had labs plus ROTC had a class and a lab (outdoor stuff like land nav, etc). I had one semester of my senior year with an easy schedule.

  103. Oh come on, jimbro, they use whiskey in movies all the time!

  104. Whiskey and a leather scrap are for amputations not hand sanitizer silly!

  105. Moonshine might work if it’s not cut.

  106. Going to dinner at a messican restaurant with parents a sibling family shortly. They are all extremely lapsed Catholics, so it’s just me who’ll be abstaining. I don’t actually have to, or particularly want to, so I’m on the fence if an opportunity to show adherence is worth the suffering inherent in fish tacos.

  107. How does Possum do in restaurants?

  108. She’s fine in them, she’s going to see my niece so she’s really excited.

  109. https://tinyurl.com/qmlm6p4

  110. Saw my sister today and she told me my nephew is adopting a 2 year old Belgian Malinois dog. I texted him for the pictures and she’s a beautiful dog. He likes hiking and the woods so I’m thinking she’ll be happy. Not super big like the war dogs you see in the military or popo.

  111. I hope it works out with the chompy dog.

  112. Friend trains Malinois and does rescue. High energy and extremely intelligent. Carin, I can’t get over the eyelash dealio. Especially for retail jobs. Co-workers are constantly losing $$$ eyelashes.

  113. Now I’m googling “malinois attacking” for flying chompy dogs.

  114. I split the difference. Had carbs and fish but no meat.

  115. Cross a german shepherd and a border collie.

  116. GSD x Border Collie = Double Espresso With A Side Of Swagger

  117. Oh, I know what they are. Hence why I was looking up pictures of them in a flying attack.

  118. I don’t know anyone who wears the fake lashes, but there’s a salon here for them.

    I would ban them from my clean room just for spite.

  119. Possum conked out hard about 20 minutes after my last comment. 3 hours earlier than usual. Poor, sleep-deprived litte angel.

    I wrapped her in her unicorn blanket and tried to tell her I was going out to feed the horses. I don’t think she even noticed that I went or that I came back.

  120. https://tinyurl.com/ufpsdjs

  121. So the big news here, other than the coronavirus, is all the wailing over the execution of Nate Woods. Read this from the state attorney general and tell me you wouldn’t pull the switch.

    Click to access Clemency%20Response.pdf

  122. Tik Tok reminds me a lot of Vine. Where did Vine ever go?

  123. Vine was bought by Twitter and they killed it dead. One of the Vine founders made Byte which premiered in January 2020. I’ve never heard of that one

  124. I am actually watching ‘Muscle Beach’ with Frankie and Annette.

    Wow. Don Rickles is in this!

  125. And Buddy Hackett!

    I just got back from Amsterdam and was ready to bed. Now have to stay up and drink. All because I seem to remember a Dick Dale song in this.

  126. ‘Cool it baby! I’m going to hit the surf!’

    Uh, I’ll take lines I can never use in Southern Illinois for $1000 please Alex.

  127. Wow, I forgot how young Dick Dale was in this movie.

  128. Frankie fucked up. Should have gone with Contessa.

  129. Little Stevie Wonder is in this movie! Blind boy looks like he’s about 100 lbs

  130. Damn, man. Sorry more of aren’t around. I gotta get up for a more early shift tomorrow though. so, ‘ta

  131. blerg

    Yea, just about everyone at my work has the eyelashes.

  132. The new line, which I’ve seen a few times, regarding Covid19 is “IS IT OK FOR OLD PEOPLE TO DIE? IS THIS A PURGE?”

    Man. People are waaay hyped about this. It’s almost as if they’ve been living in a bubble regarding people with health issues and viruses.

  133. Dreaded ergot ravaged Prussia.

  134. “while Hillary groomed Huma”

    I just threw up in my mouth a lot.

  135. Comment by unclefacts on March 7, 2020 6:55 pm
    “while Hillary groomed Huma”

    I just threw up in my mouth a lot.

    I’m a giver. I give.


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