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Dang some of these look nice.
you are a retarded nigger
i recently read about sex with insects, and fine it fascinated me. i went to a pet store and bought crickets. taking them home i put some in a jar and lowered it over my cock and balls. the sensation of them crawling all over was overwhelming and i orgasmed quickly. is this normal?
elder scrolls map/how much each game covered
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Ah Shit representing for the Mac!
I LOL'D! Third one is the funniest.
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It's on the 4chan rs archive. Just search for tits-chan and you'll catch it right at the top.
Wow, now if Pumpkin followed Muleh and came back? I'd lose my shit.
>>2241Can't find anything with tits-chan on /rs/, mind giving a bit more help? Sorry about that.
I have been trying to find the source of this gif for the longest...bumping cuz I feel ya on this one bro
Female officer accused of taking bribes is bound to be gets naked in front of police at the station.
In the end of video this police have the cloths ripped of by a police enforcer and gets completely naked.
what the fuck am i reading
this is the future of the english language! ALL HAIL GREATNESS!
this made laugh so hardpost a comment if you like it
Heehee, Crackers are always dry and salty aren't they? Silly Honkys.
>>2005I'll have you know, the term "Cracker" was coined - not because of our similar color to that of a saltine - but because of our having whipped your black asses hundreds of years. "Cracker" then refers to the sound of the whip as it shredded you disgusting, diarrhea-colored flesh.
Can someone explain this to me? It's funny to me at face value, but I've never seen/read Lord of the Rings.
"Gandalf in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Fellowship of the Ring, the first volume of The Lord of the Rings, famously declares, "You cannot pass!" when he blocks the pursuing Balrog. (Note, J.R.R. Tolkien was a World War I veteran)."
Thanks. I read up on it last night and while the whole ordeal was explained they never referenced that line.