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  • Run. Now.

    Submitted by ttesroD on Nov 1, 10 at 3:37am
  • Wow, two kinds of bigotry at once. Do you need a sticker?

    Submitted by vindictive on Nov 1, 10 at 11:20am
  • You pathetic SOB the world does not revolve around you. Just because YOUR to shallow to judge people on anything but looks doesn't mean other people should be that way. Additionally I doubt she was bringing her home for YOUR viewing pleasure.

    Submitted by xiii_death on Oct 30, 10 at 4:49pm
    • You can be 'un-shallow' and still not want to see something unattractive. besides, complaining about the depths of personality on TFLN is just stupid.

      Submitted by FCJL214 on Oct 31, 10 at 2:48am
  • @xiii, if you are going to draw attention to a word by capitalizing it, please use the correct word. You're an idiot!

    Submitted by kamebo_06 on Oct 31, 10 at 11:02am
  • @sexydork I normally don't even respond to the people that do not know the difference, but goodness it really isn't that hard! Your means you are showing ownership and you're is you are!! Now everyone has been educated on the difference and there should not be any more excuses!!

    Submitted by kamebo_06 on Oct 31, 10 at 4:04pm
  • But seriously, fat lesbian sex is hawt

    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 1, 10 at 7:33am
  • I agree with kamebo_06, if you're gonna comment and be judgmental, at least use correct grammar and spelling. Go back to 1st grade and learn the difference between your and you're.

    Submitted by SexyDork on Oct 31, 10 at 3:23pm
  • Ouuh damn, at first I thought brng said "bang"; but, that seems to make it more interesting...

    Submitted by nIKOLEDGAF on Oct 30, 10 at 2:04pm
  • Big girls need love, too. And nobody's wingman had to take on the fat chick. This is a win.

    Submitted by iowawashington on Nov 1, 10 at 10:05am
  • Is that ok with the local building code?

    Submitted by cfreymarc on Oct 30, 10 at 2:22pm

    Submitted by xhudsgoohc on Oct 30, 10 at 10:53am
  • From the difficulty I had in understanding this one, I assume that if you're not drunk enough for it, no one is.

    Submitted by FCJL214 on Oct 31, 10 at 2:49am
  • Oh cut it with the bigotry comments; OP didn't say the d-word. There are times when I often say, "I'm not high enough for that."

    Submitted by nitro420 on Jun 15, 12 at 6:06pm