“My friend who is a gardener sends me photos of himself at work” (via)
this is so good ;___:
*throws camera away*
I don’t know who this is, don’t really care.
Every time I see guys who have their pants like this, all I can think is “Oh, look. There goes a prison bitch.”
Because that’s where this “Style” originated, in prisons.
You see, guards at prison are supposed to keep an eye on the imates and see who has been made someone’s bitch and deal with the situation, because it’s technically “not” supposed to happen. So they came up with this code in which men would pull their underwear above the line of their pants in order to signal they’re ready and willing for anal penetration. The more the underwear, the more people he was available to.
I learned this in my criminology classes, criminal justice classes, and visits to prisons for my degree.
So yeah, keep on at that while I laugh hysterically at you.
i spy some fuckin unbased shit happening here meet me in the pit fuckface we’ll weed out the fake based #taskforce
that bitch just gave a whole speech about a gif
delete your life
Did this nigga srsly just shit talk on the Based god???
Erryone pls gimme your thug energy to spirit bomb the fake based.
hahaah task force at its finest
“i spy some fuckin unbased shit happening here”
All praise to based God. “Amen”
me and @fittedempire: ” that thing is siiiiiiick… wtf, CANIMUFFFFFF!”
best day ever
hahahahahahha, I remember rolling up on you at the bridge and thinking, “hey that guy staring looks mighty familiar..” Bummed that was the only time I saw you this weekend, but stoked you got a picture of me driving this (even if you really can’t see my face, you can still see a hawaiian hat)
haha yeah i wasnt expecting it. too bad i could stay the whole weekend :/
the fuck outta here yahoo.
Stats Pr0n of the Day: U.S. Map of Hate Speech on Twitter
Since June 2012, Dr. Monica Stevens of Humboldt State University in California has been mapping more than 150,000 geotagged tweets that contain homophobic, racist or abliest language. The result is the Geography of Hate, an interactive map of the U.S. which reveals the hotspots of “hate tweets” across the country. A deeper analysis of the project is available at Floating Sheep.