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Hello, and welcome to Big Boob Friday.

 

 

 

Your model for today was born April 3rd, 1994 in San Diego, California.  She stands 5′ 2″ and measures 402636 and 117 lbs.  Please don’t turn your back on Miss Tori Ross  AKA Victoria Ross.

 

180 Comments

  1. Buttaface

  2. Hola, Senora. Los chichis estan Mui Grande.

  3. In the gifs is a lesson on locking your doors.

  4. I’d punch her in the face if that was real paint but she does seem to have quite the personality.

  5. Pup’s categories made me laugh.

  6. De Blasio is so proud of himself for trolling Trump with the Black Lives Matter message, then turns around and asks for a $7B bailout. What a putz.

  7. Recovery report: neck and shoulder pain has receded, but feels like I pulled an abdominal muscle somehow while sleeping. I gave in and took one of the prescription Motrin, probably going to go back to sleep once that kicks in.

  8. wakey wakey

    she’s going to have back problems.

  9. Why is Roamie gonna have back problems?

  10. Enormous knockers, Pendejo.

  11. Future lower back problems are a small price to pay for the ability to nurse the infants of a small metropolis

  12. Imagine the statue they’d erect for her if that actually happened

  13. Boob Lives Matter would support it

  14. Gently high fives Roamy. And by gently I mean air high fives. Wait, sometimes that makes the person swing too hard and it hurts. Instead gives Roamy a finger guns. But not in the face.

  15. *reports mare for imaginary hate crime: intimidation of women

  16. Tittius Maximus

  17. 5/10, totally revolting, would smash

  18. https://tinyurl.com/y8s7q7wk

  19. Imagine the statue they’d erect for her if that actually happened

    There have already been many erections in her honor, I suspect.

  20. Pepe, in ten years that will be an actual cartoon, and not a parody.

  21. You’ll take my finger guns out of my cold dead hands.

  22. Does she have names for those?

  23. The ab muscle pain may be the insertion site and you’re feeling it more now because the long acting local wore off and you’re having less distracting pain in your neck and shoulders. Just a theory …

  24. Long acting local lasts four days?

  25. Thats a lot of plastic surgery for a young lady.

    At 40 she’s going to look like Joan Rivers (current).

  26. I have four insertion sites (SYWM), the muscle that was hurting is above them. Maybe still a side effect of the gas? Either way, the Motrin has kicked in, so it’s back to being tender but not actively hurting. The pharmaceutical industry has my profound appreciation right now.

  27. Quite the jawline.

    Oh, and ginormous chestbags.

  28. *throws back out, reaching for low hanging fruit roamy just left

  29. Where all da white wimmens at?

  30. White women are #canceled, Clint. Shemale out front shoulda told ya.

  31. I have four insertion sites (SYWM), the muscle that was hurting is above them.

    You had a quite a workout. It’s like when you do waaaaaaaaay too much at the gym. You’re fine at home, next day you’re sore, but the next day? ooooooooohholyhellishouldnothaveshownoffjustbecauseofthatgoodlookingguybecausenowicannotwalk

  32. There’s a newer form of an old local agent called bupivicaine. It’s mixed with some sort of “liposome” whatever that is and it lasts a good long time. I’ve never used it, just heard reports of its use. “Exparel” is the brand name.

  33. TIL that this song was originally “Let’s Get Retarded”…the song hit big and they had to change it to Let’s Get it Started”

  34. Orr, Jimbro’s explanation could be the correct one…

  35. Whitmer’s task force has figured out why so many black people (in Detroit) have died of COvid. Its not vit D, nor population density, nor previous conditions.

    Like Peej pointed out yesterday, there is little to no social distancing in the inner city. My BFF still lives down in St. Louis (yes, we question their sanity considering how many times their car got stolen and/or vandalized) and she says since many are not working, it’s party time on nearly every stoop….while idiot mayor and council members mouth the racist b.s. line.

  36. You know, an actual white supremacist couldn’t have dreamed up a better scenario to kill off black folks.

    In a matter or a few months we’ve decided that they don’t need police in their communities and that they are immune from Covid.

  37. Chlamydia is pretty rampant in that population too. Between that and PP I’m shocked there are still so many of them around.

  38. I guess we’ll see what’s changed in Census 2040. Assuming there is one.

  39. Wth, I got five incisions sites. It took about 3 days before I noticed any pain from them. It was more of an ache that an occasional 200 mg ibuprofin took care of. It should get better in the next week, roamy.
    I had more pain from grumpy intestines still upset from the prep/then surgery, and the weird feeling of my bladder which had to be detached from it’s uterine friend.

    Now, the only glue left is right on the ‘cuts’. You can still see yellow/green bruising near three of them. I guess it’s taking so long to dissipate because fat. Still have a slight bruise on my thigh from where they injected a blood thinner. While tweaks of pain in my guts, they have gone from upset, to sluggish. Meh.

  40. Did you see Tucker Carlson last night?

  41. Excellent. Our school of choice for MJer is open as of Aug 10th.

  42. Excellent. Our school of choice for MJer is open as of Aug 10th.
    Noice!

  43. Day drinking is back on the menu!

  44. The followup has been completed.

    The verdict:

    All clear! No infection, no vegetation, all done! That’s one challenge done, now to figure out the rest…

  45. All clear! No infection, no vegetation, all done! That’s one challenge done, now to figure out the rest…

    Woot!

  46. Great news, BroTim.

    Our school for Possum “opens” on August 11, but they want to social distance pre-school kids. WTF is the point? We’re homeschooling for a year and hoping to jump her up to first grade for next Fall.

  47. I can’t believe anyone would even think of anything other than homeschooling.

  48. Our daughter needs to be around other kids, Mare, she’s an extrovert and it tires us tremendously to be her only socialization. We have a very well-rated Catholic school at our parish, so she was going there until the Panic, and due to return in another month or so, but the “how we’re keeping your kids safe!” email soured us entirely on the idea.

  49. The socialization thing is very, very important! (This is something I’ve learned the hard way.) That’s a good reason to stay in touch with other homeschooling families, to arrange some sort of social activity for the kids outside of just the home. One of a hundred things the Chinabug panic has tossed a great big spanner into…

  50. Depends on the home schooling situation. I homeschooled my kids when they were little and they were socialized like crazy. We had lots of homeschool group activities several times a week and we had days where the kids just played aaaaaaaall day long because we felt that was part of schooling. Go out and play with bugs and fish and sew.
    However, when I got divorced, homeschooling was no longer an option. A nice little Spanish immersion school opened up down the street and I put the kids in that. Very nice to live in San Diego and have your kids speak Spanish.
    Studies have shown (before anyone cries that they should focus on English only cuz Merica) that bilinguals show higher test scores, better problem solving skills, sharper mental perceptions, and access to richer social networks, ie jobs

  51. Just stopped by the house for a minute.

    Looked out the window and there was a fat bastard ready for ventilation and heaving into the property next door where he came from.

  52. Looked out the window and there was a fat bastard ready for ventilation and heaving into the property next door where he came from.
    Fat bastard
    A person? A rodent? Or an ale?

  53. Scott’s reference to woodchucks.

  54. I’m sure that’s been posted a Brazilian times, but I couldn’t help myself

  55. I’m planning on working on Spanish with her, PJM, it helps a lot with Latin.

  56. it does indeed!! We actually studied Latin back in the day when we homeschooled. We used a Catholic curriculum.
    plus, it reeeeeeeeeeeeeally helps in the job market.

  57. We used this one https://www.chcweb.com/catalog/
    and/or this one…just depended on the year
    https://www.setonhome.org/
    think we just used Latin through Rosetta stone..but maybe not

  58. That woodchuck done chucked his last wood.

  59. Now I’m *gasp* pretty much agnostic

  60. Spanish helps a lot in some job markets. In engineering I’d have been much better off with Hindi or Mandarin. There was a brief period where my German might have been useful at the start of my career, but outside of high-level physics research, Germany and their tongue are basically a non-factor anymore, especially after Daimler divested Chrysler.

    If I were in construction or vegetable agriculture (as opposed to animal husbandry or corn-soy), Spanish might be useful here, but that’s about the extent of it in my area.

  61. Fair point, it is CRAZY helpful here in SoCal.

  62. ^^^ old news, but still interesting

  63. French used to be a bigger deal here, but the native speakers dropped it, and Ontario doesn’t even bother anymore.

  64. Well French is really bad during covid cuz like, don’t you spit alot when you speak French? I think Unclefacts calls the French surrender monkeys? haha

  65. St Louis was French, as was La Fayette. They aren’t all bad.

  66. St Louis was French, as was La Fayette. They aren’t all bad.

    shhh, you stop drinking that serious soup, you here? <3

  67. or eating it? I don’t really know whether there’s a lot of vegetables or noodles in it…could be just like egg drop where you don’t really eat it

  68. Serious soup has chicken stock made from a retired rooster.

    Pretty sure some old cock is needed for it to be Serious.

  69. St Blaise. Blaise Pascal.

    Look, France basically shat itself hard in the Revolution and never recovered. Before then it wasn’t half bad.

  70. Fair point, it is CRAZY helpful here in SoCal.

    Or Northern Mexico depending on your political affiliation.

    Mofockus here are trying to get the statue of St. Louis removed.

  71. Another hot day but the humidity is down a bit. Nice breeze, so I was able to get some Vit. D without passing out.

  72. Haircut done and waiting for the farmers market to get going so I can grab my shit and git

  73. Lunch is egg drop soup with cabbage, banana pepper, mushroom, bits of chicken, a few crackers, and Metamucil.

    *shakes fist at intestines*

  74. French is still useful in Northern Maine’s Aroostook County which is next to Quebec. Most of them speak English with a French accent.

  75. Studies have shown (before anyone cries that they should focus on English only cuz Merica) that bilinguals show higher test scores, better problem solving skills, sharper mental perceptions, and access to richer social networks, ie jobs

    There’s a difference between being bilingual and the crap in schools and the government where they accommodate every language without any expectation that you learn English.

  76. Yeah, immigrants need to learn English to live here.

    I’m working on Esspanyol so I can flee to Messico or Belize when the fascists take over here.

  77. They speak Garifuna in Belize.

  78. There’s a difference between being bilingual and the crap in schools and the government where they accommodate every language without any expectation that you learn English.

    absolutely!! And some people do NOT understand that when I mention they went to a Spanish immersion program.

  79. Yeah, immigrants need to learn English to live here.

    Meh, I don’t care about some 75 year old grandma coming here with her family as a refugee because they’re a persecuted Christian and they never learn English. We have a huge Chaldean population out here that do not speak English, but are very successful, productive members of society. Do not drag on the welfare system, pay their taxes, have really good restaurants, and keep to themselves.

  80. Do they use their kids as interpreters or do they insist on documents in Syriac? I have little trouble with the former, as it implies that at least the 2nd generation is assimilating, the latter is sheer ingratitude.

  81. Documents are already made in their language so it’s a mute point.
    I remember serving donuts one time after Mass and a Chaldean lady and I got into a discussion about Iraq. She was like, America didn’t improve things when they removed Saddam. She had a good life. She was a dentist. Had a nice house. She said yeah, he was awful, but he kept the factions from fighting and Catholics were left alone. She said, you can’t live there now that he’s gone and be a practicing Christian. So no, a lot of them are not grateful that we were over there. Now, having said that, they do love America and are as patriotic as you’ve ever seen. This is the first generation that are here and they do not speak English, but they love America. But they were also happy in Iraq before Saddam was removed.

  82. https://www.freep.com/story/news/local/michigan/detroit/2020/07/10/coronavirus-michigan-masks-mandate-covid-whitmer/5412150002/

    She must have weekend plans, since the order doesn’t go into effect until Monday.

    If on the jury, I will not convict anyone of anything done to this woman.

  83. The media doesn’t show that side of immigrants. The ones who work hard and love this country. They love to showcase the ones that hate America. I work at a school that’s about 95%+ immigrants and they’re grateful….most of them are learning English now, but have to have a teacher that speaks their language because it’s next to impossible to learn a new language sitting in a classroom as there’s no real context clues to what the teacher speaking in English is talking about

  84. But they were also happy in Iraq before Saddam was removed.

    I’m sure his professional rapists were happy as well. After all, they had a steady job. Doesn’t mean that his continued reign wasn’t a problem for the region, and for the US.

  85. God I hate Whitmer and I don’t even live in that state
    Newsom is right up there with her

  86. Taking out Saddam was a Deep State action, I’m sure of it now.

  87. No, the Deep State folks were the ones who initially convinced Bush I not to remove him in 90, and then spent a decade trying to play stupid games in the region to maintain the sanctions.

  88. What did we gain from it, Alex? Not oil, not a reliable ally, not a safe place for the Christians in the region. Yeah, he and his government were awful, but no less so than 3 generations of Kims in NK, and we never touched them.

  89. You really think GHWB was stopped from finishing off Saddam the first time?

    I would have thought that breaking it and leaving a mess to justify more contracts was a standard operation for Deep State types, of which GHWB was certainly one.

  90. I’m sure his professional rapists were happy as well. After all, they had a steady job. Doesn’t mean that his continued reign wasn’t a problem for the region, and for the US.

    This is true, but people only know what they experience. Whitmer in Michigan suuuuper sucks for people in Michigan, but I’m dealing with my own stuff here in my state to not really have the energy to worry about Michigan. Do I need to pay attention to what’s going on in the rest of the United States? Of course I do, that would be foolish. I assume that’s how the people I’ve spoken to feel. I have picked the brain of countless Iraqis (Chaldean, not Muslim as that is a whole different can of worms) because I wanted to know how they feel about all this who had a pretty decent life in Iraq and there opinion is the same.
    Interestingly enough, I don’t know any of them that aren’t voting for Trump

  91. The “Implicit Bias Training” order and her push for toll roads in the state should be the death of her political career alone. She just keeps torturing us while insisting it’s for our own good.

  92. Iraq today is certainly more reliable than it was under Saddam. Yes, they have issues, but they aren’t a threat to their neighbors like he was. Removing him allowed us to remove out troops from Saudi Arabia, gave the Saudis some breathing room for reforms, and put pressure on the Iranians. If Obama hadn’t deliberately sought to reverse everything Bush had done, the Iranian government likely would have fallen in 2009 or 2010 when the students revolted.

    Absent the Iraq War, we’d either still be trying to contain him, with all the political concessions that requires, or the sanctions would have collapsed and Saddam would have come out the victor.

  93. What did we gain from it, Alex? Not oil, not a reliable ally, not a safe place for the Christians in the region. Yeah, he and his government were awful, but no less so than 3 generations of Kims in NK, and we never touched them

    nailed it

  94. The “Implicit Bias Training” order and her push for toll roads in the state should be the death of her political career alone. She just keeps torturing us while insisting it’s for our own good.

    I’m hoping that her and Newsom’s decision really affect them when it comes to their reelection time. I have hope for Michigan, none for California. We’re lost.

  95. Also, It’s “moot” point peej, not “mute”
    gawl

  96. You really think GHWB was stopped from finishing off Saddam the first time?

    I would have thought that breaking it and leaving a mess to justify more contracts was a standard operation for Deep State types, of which GHWB was certainly one.

    It was Colin Powell and the State Department who pushed the notion that “if you break it you bought it” and that the coalition wouldn’t support removing Saddam.

    no less so than 3 generations of Kims in NK, and we never touched them.

    This is exactly why I supported removing him. We didn’t finish the Korean War and we’ve paid a price for it ever since. Ditto Cuba. Basically the deep state types keep hoping that if we just wait around a miracle will occur and the problem will fix itself. It doesn’t. It just festers and gets worse.

  97. I can’t wait to sign the recall petition. It won’t help, but we’re almost out of options here. The MI supremes won’t even hear the legislature’s lawsuit until September.

  98. So is your sense then that the Deep State supported the removal in ’06 but not in ’93?

  99. Or did Dubya just get “lucky” and slip that one past them?

  100. All you wimmens talking about your insertion points is making me HAWT! What? Oh, you said incision points. Never mind.

  101. I think that 9/11 gave W the political capital he needed to address the Saddam issue without a revolt by the Pentagon and State Department. W strikes me as the quintessential second-gen conservative: he was generally conservative leaning on issues, but was much more a bureaucrat and so tended to think in ways that fit inside the current political structure. Hence why he folded on social security reform or dealing with the housing crisis even though his admin saw both coming and tried to warn Congress: he didn’t have the guts or imagination to fight those battles.

    He saw that Saddam was going to be a long-term problem, and that after 9/11 the old way of tit-for-tat or “proportional response” while trying to maintain the status quo wasn’t going to work for many threats.

  102. Just read Whitmer’s full order. She spends 5 paragraphs lying about why it’s within her authority to give it, but doesn’t include an end date, because based on her reading of the law, it’s an emergency until she says it isn’t.

    I want her imprisoned in a dark, cold room until the Earth is subsumed inside a red giant Sol.

  103. She made sure to cite the recent uptick in “cases!” without noting that the death rate is essentially nothing at this point, indistinguishable from the background noise of normal deaths.

    It’s like being governed by CNN.

  104. Sports Illustrated has a transgender swimsuit model. Because the heterosexual guys who read the SI swimsuit issue really want to see that, I’m sure.

  105. Day drinking is back on the menu!
    ——
    🎶 Let’s get retarded in here 🎶

  106. I just looked at the gifs and videos. I think it was a bucket of cream and she licked it all off for a Brazzers feature. She sure spends a lot of time with that chick. Makes me wonder about her insertion points

  107. They moved the farmers market to the parking lot of a Catholic Church. It’s probably a sign from above. Maybe my mother’s prayers for me are working

  108. My daughter will be 4 and a half until that shit ends.

  109. It’s mid July now and school usually begins late August around here. I can’t imagine there’s going to be regular school this year. At least in the fall semester. After the election, regardless of the outcome, I think they’ll grow a pair and resume classes

  110. I slept alone downstairs last night.

    (Paul is out of town, and the upstairs A/C is kaput)

    And today is Rebecca’s 19th birthday. Paul turns 60 on Sunday.

  111. Happy birthday, Rebecca.

  112. Like all Patriots said, It sure was a short distance from “help flatten the curve” to “you’ll be fined or arrested for not wearing a mask.”

    Eff all the power-hungry politicians and dumb, dipshit, Karen bitches.

  113. WHAT????? Rebecca’s 19???? I thought she was a little girl. Dang. Time is getting away from me. 19????

    Regardless, Happy Birthday to your youngest, Teresa.

  114. We flattened the curve. The curve has a sharp negative slope, hospitals are shutting down for lack of revenue.

    And my county’s worthless sheriff is talking about prosecuting partygoers from a video that went viral about a July 4th gathering on the sandbar in Diamond Lake.

  115. Rudy’s manager is livid that Gov Wuhan is stopping indoor dining. Had a Karen go batshit crazy screaming at a Greeter for letting Dan and I into the Club without masks. Rita told the Cunt that we mask up when we clock in. Wasn’t good enough for the twat. She escalated to management. Rita got in trouble, no one has said anything to us. $20.

  116. Any of you mufakus have a waterpik? If you do and you never told me how awesome this thing is, consider yourself on The List.

    It’s pretty awesome.

  117. I was going to tell you about it, Laura, but Mare told me not to and bribed me with n00ds.

  118. One of Hotspur’s many contributions to this blog is our collective desensitization to the word ‘cunt’ which is a third-rail kind of insult everywhere else in the USA.

    Guys, don’t let this creep into your real life dialogues. I’m still on probation at work from a change of shift report I gave three weeks ago

  119. DAMN YOU LEON CARUTHERS. DAMN YOU.

    Seriously though, I have all my OG teefs including the Wisdom teeth, and it’s ridiculous to try to floss way back in there. Blasting away with the jet of water and seeing the meaty bits run into the sink is ridiculously satisfying.

    Several times after using the waterpik I have done a traditional flossing, and I have never found a single thing left behind. The floss is clean as a whistle. I’m just going to trust the waterpik and stop doing that now.

  120. And today is Rebecca’s 19th birthday. Paul turns 60 on Sunday.

    ummm no. She’s 10 and I won’t listen to you say otherwise
    HAPPY 10TH BIRTHDAY REBECCA!!!!!!!!

  121. Guys, don’t let this creep into your real life dialogues. I’m still on probation at work from a change of shift report I gave three weeks ago

    Look, it’s not YOUR fault they were being a cunt

  122. Oops. Waterpik people since 1990. Lauraw, watching The Boys on Amazon. NZ playing a Brit gets called out for his continuous use of cunt and twat. I guess you need a British accent to keep it in your vocabulary. See also Bint and Quim.

  123. Watched some Australian comic do his thang on Netflix, yesterday. The word ‘cunt’ was used just as much as the words ‘and’ and ‘the’. Totally non-PC. Went off on millennial cunts…the most horrible group of people ever. Made me snort in my shorts.

  124. If you’re freaking out about Rebecca turning 19, check out DG at Chief Grumpy Butt.

  125. I ventured out of the house and to the store, with Mr. B., a few days ago. I wore a mask and will for the next few weeks. Don’t need no ebola crud while my body figures out how to poop again without body parts falling out….IYKWIMAITYD.

  126. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, REBECCA!! I hope you get some good loot.

  127. If you’re freaking out about Rebecca turning 19, check out DG at Chief Grumpy Butt.

    Yes!!! That one is growing sooo fast it’s crazy. I’ll go look

  128. I wore a mask and will for the next few weeks.
    We don’t have a choice. If you want to go into a store, you have to wear a mask. Mask wearing apparently supersedes any ADA rules

  129. Barbecued pork steaks, slaw, taters, and Metamucil, for dinner.
    Mmmm.

  130. Also, took the boys to the beach today. It was sooo crowded, there was no parking. I dropped them off, then drove around looking for THREE HOURS!!!! and never found one…just picked them up

  131. PJ, mask wearing is mandated in St. Louis, and St. Louis County because reasons. In my county, the powers-that-be is leaving it up to the individual and business owners to do the right thing, whatever that is for them, instead of, as they put it, government coercion.

  132. Tater tot casserole

  133. Did they have to wear masks while swimming?

  134. I would seriously consider moving to South Dakota, but BRRRRR.

  135. Wuhan-Grisham mandates masks. Has health exceptions. HIPAA Karen. GFY.

  136. Did they have to wear masks while swimming?

    Hah, no…but they brought them just in case people got weird.

  137. In my county, the powers-that-be is leaving it up to the individual and business owners to do the right thing, whatever that is for them, instead of, as they put it, government coercion.

    Somehow, we’re lucky in that we ONLY have to wear them outside if we can’t “socially distance”
    god I hate that phrase so much

  138. PJ, not sure if you were here when we discussed it. There’s a gay “gloryhole club” in Lansing that’s been open since April, even while Herr Whitler was fighting to keep an old barber from Owosso from cutting hair while masked.

  139. I get blamed for everything.

  140. Social distancing is only for the non-clients of The Party, if you hadn’t noticed.

  141. My customer today was dumb. Probably one of the dumbest people I have ever met.

    Joked as we left that she must work for the state.

    Found out she works for the federal government.

  142. DG and Rebecca make us feel old. Glarvin and Maddie make Peej old. Learn the difference. Possum LALALA I’m not listening to you. See also, MJ JR, Will and Mrs Peel, and Man Lesbians babies.

  143. Hank is 25 now, isn’t he?

  144. Don’t worry, Oso, Possum won’t get any older until after the election.

  145. Oso ❤️ Possum

  146. She’s pretty great. She can use “pollinator” correctly in a sentence.

  147. No dinner tonight, although I ate some salami and cheese earlier so not really “fasting”. Going to make bread pudding for breffist tomorrow, go donate blood, and then order a pizza when I get home and throw some country ribs in the crock pot for dinner on Sunday. Don’t know if I want to make a quick BBQ sauce for them, or something more messican for tacos.

  148. She’s pretty great. She can use “pollinator” correctly in a sentence.

    “Pollinator? I hardly knew her!”

  149. Speaking of salami.
    Everyone knows glory holes are essential in these unprecedented times.
    Doy

  150. Abortions remained essential. My brother-in-law couldn’t get a knee replacement.

  151. Everyone knows glory holes are essential in these unprecedented times.

    It’s nice to know your mom can keep working.

  152. She forbade the sale of seeds at grocery stores. Seeds.

    Anyone does anything to her… not guilty. Self defense plea accepted.

  153. It’s nice to know your mom can keep working.
    Au contrair mon free!
    It’s my dad keeping our mouths fed
    Wut?
    *blinks innocently*

  154. stupid autocorrect
    mon frere!!!!

  155. We don’t talk Frog in this shithole dump.

  156. Que?

  157. There are no frogs in this here gloryhole!
    Let’s talk about Scott’s dumb customer.
    How dumb were they?

  158. Dumb as democrats.

  159. I hadn’t planned on watching Hamilton. Pence BS. I’ve watched it twice. Ready to watch it again. Earworm. It is truly amazing.

  160. Hamilton was a filthy slave owner.

  161. 30 years ago, I married Mr 8-10 hrs of sleep. I’m 4 hrs, tops. 40 years. Dan is cute. He wants me to go to bed, now. I’ll be out on the couch on my tablet by 1.

  162. Hotspur, YES!!! Consistency! Cancel Culture for all or none!

  163. Now, the left wing cunts are retreating BECAUSE

  164. Happy Aniversary Oso and Dan!

  165. It was 5/19, but I’ll take any affirmation that I can get. He is wetting dishcloths and wrapping MA in them. She is in doggie nirvana. Heat wave.

  166. I’ve been racking my brain trying to figure out what today’s boob model reminded me of and it finally clicked….a Bratz doll. Remember those? They didn’t have big boobs but they did have that face.

  167. Wieners like that.

  168. Speaking of dumb demrats, there is this bi guy on youtube who does kpop gossip and blah blah something about one of the stars something something….but the bi guy is saying kpop audience was behind empty Trump rally and how they are totes into activism and BLM…while talking up AOC. What the every living FUK!? Yeah, I went off on the ass. Now how can I block his shit from coming up in my suggestions?

  169. Bratz

    https://tinyurl.com/y89yeoqe

  170. OMG I just looked up at the teevee and BLM commercial popped up.
    FAK, you can’t get away from this crap.

  171. Just remember, Black Lives Don’t Matter to Planned (non)Parenthood.

    Unless they can sell the parts for fun and profit.

  172. Black lives don’t matter to Black Lives Matter, or they’d be holding vigils in Chicago and patrolling the streets rather than rioting there.

  173. beasn
    adblock
    and yes, she totally looks like a Bratz doll

  174. Darren exposed Robbie’s perfidy.

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