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  • If your boss walks past, tell him "Sir, I am so happy to be here right now that I literally am aroused." It's called brownie points. Or hash brownie points. Fuck, I don't know.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 21, 09 at 8:41am
  • POW RIGHT IN THE KISSER

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 21, 09 at 1:29pm
  • 12:42/12:43 did you graduate? it should be "spelled" not spellt. before you critique the spelling of others make sure YOU know how to spell.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 21, 09 at 4:48pm
  • Me 2!!! Of course it happens when I'm half asleep!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 21, 09 at 8:35am
  • don't hide it, you asshole! Show it off in all its glory. The bitches you work with will get turned on and you might be able to slice off a piece of workplace ass

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 21, 09 at 8:38am
  • Haha. I know the feeling.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 21, 09 at 10:45am
  • I fkn hate hiding boners.. Worst

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 22, 09 at 8:40am
  • 1.) spelt is correct grammar. And 2.). I give my boyfriend boners all the time at work just because it's funny to see him try to hid it from people.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 1, 10 at 3:15am
  • should go back to high "scool" and learn how to spell

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 21, 09 at 8:45am
  • Hahaha boners at work FTW!!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 21, 09 at 10:24am
  • an erection is easier to hide than a wet mark on your chair...eh' it happens... spontanious water works

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 21, 09 at 5:00pm
  • Just had to do that a little while ago. POWER TO THE VIRILE MAN!!!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 23, 09 at 2:57pm
  • 4:48 Spelt can be the correct usage or spelling.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 21, 09 at 7:48pm
  • thats why im always late to meetings

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 21, 09 at 9:23am
  • I get boners when I'm tired too...

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 21, 09 at 9:32am
  • 4:48: ever heard of England?

    Submitted by jltc on Mar 20, 12 at 8:30pm