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  • 'Contrary to popular belief' is the term, if you are stupid enough to need to scrub peanut butter off your balls, don't try to sound smart when letting the whole world know it.

    Submitted by ChemBrat54 on Jul 3, 10 at 11:25am
    • You phrased that so much more eloquently that I ever could have.

      Submitted by Anthraxbomb on Jul 3, 10 at 2:39pm
    • It is not the phrase as you know it, but it is grammatically correct. Contrary and contradict have the same roots, so he basically means "despite belief that is to the contrary." Just because it's not the completely cliched phrase that YOU know doesn't mean it's wrong! ;)\n\nTo the OP: ...Go get the dog!!

      Submitted by CaribouMegs on Jul 4, 10 at 12:56am
  • What the fuck is "contrary belief?"

    Submitted by thehoodie on Jul 3, 10 at 11:14am
  • I love road trip.

    Submitted by feetspace on Jul 3, 10 at 1:23pm
  • That's what dogs are for.

    Submitted by clast71 on Jul 3, 10 at 10:35am
  • While not standard usage, "despite contrary belief" makes perfect sense people.

    Submitted by tumes on Jul 3, 10 at 1:33pm
  • You need a better girlfriend.

    Submitted by smurphette on Jul 3, 10 at 10:26am
  • Yes well it for those people who don't shower regularly

    Submitted by fyizzle on Jul 3, 10 at 10:37am
  • Whoever said it was? Those bad boys will be greasy for days!

    Submitted by Clockwork on Jul 3, 10 at 10:26am
  • And this is why fat people shouldn't be allowed to have sex

    Submitted by Beaglehead on Jul 3, 10 at 11:07am
  • what contrary belief supports that?....and flaunn yes! you took the words right out of my mouth!

    Submitted by jthenailer on Jul 3, 10 at 5:18pm
  • I know right

    Submitted by austinonymouss on Jul 3, 10 at 12:36pm
  • Crunchy or smooth?

    Submitted by Rosamondmoonpie on Jul 3, 10 at 11:39pm
  • ChemBrat pretty much nailed it man. I find irony in the fact that this dumbass didn't realize that "contrary" and "popular" are not synonymous, but "contrary" and "despite" most definitely are.

    Submitted by anonanon123 on Jul 3, 10 at 4:49pm
  • He said it perfectly fine. Gtfo grammar police

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 3, 10 at 2:49pm
  • Oh contrare

    Submitted by austinonymouss on Jul 3, 10 at 12:37pm
  • What he didn't tell you is that he put peanut butter on his balls so that his dog would come lick it off.

    Submitted by nickbro on Jul 5, 10 at 1:05am
  • Get a dog then it's simple

    Submitted by wizdiz on Jul 3, 10 at 10:35am
  • "Get it? 'Cause it's your dog!"

    Submitted by flaunn on Jul 3, 10 at 12:05pm
  • as long as u have a dog it's rlly not that hard. they love the stuff

    Submitted by jjscantland on Jul 3, 10 at 4:27pm
  • If she won't eat ur balls without u first having to put peanut butter on them, u need to find a different girlfriend. Take notes on ur expression, as already mentioned by other posters - "contrary to popular belief"

    Submitted by IMGr8NU on Jul 3, 10 at 11:28pm
  • Why is there peanut butter on your balls???

    Submitted by ccook27 on Jul 4, 10 at 12:47pm
  • treat it as shaving cream and you can kill two birds with one stone

    Submitted by mda4675 on Jul 5, 10 at 1:51pm
  • Bump chicka wamp whammm....

    Submitted by APromiseToBurn on Jul 3, 10 at 12:02pm
  • @beaglehead- hahaha

    Submitted by chitowngrl on Jul 4, 10 at 8:01am
  • Duh dipshit. Thats the whole point.

    Submitted by TheDude on Jul 4, 10 at 3:53pm