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ruzuzu commented on the word laser tits
March 3, 2011
marky commented on the word laser tits
ah, motherload of lazer tits pics.
laser tits.. turn your google safesearch off and have a look.. lotsa laser tits.
hernesheir commented on the word laser tits
Having laser nostrils might keep one from having to snip those pesky man hairs out of one's nosethirls.
March 2, 2011
reesetee commented on the word laser tits
chained_bear commented on the word laser tits
But laser elbows and laser kneecaps would be way more fun.
I think laser fingers or laser eyes would be so much more practical on so many fronts. Point and shoot, as they say.
Bracket "I want a pair of laser tits, damnit" please.
i remember when 'the future' was supposed to be cool like this.. somehow we got sidetracked. I want a pair of laser tits, damnit.
March 1, 2011
Gosh, those sunglasses are nice.*whistles*
hernesheir, tits are not always, or even often, entirely... uhh... symmetrical.I'll leave it at that.
February 24, 2011
yarb commented on the word laser tits
Laser tits woman is the new desktop chez yarb. The kids will probably be annoyed when they notice, but damn it, that flirtatious scarlet macaw had had more than its 15 minutes.
bilby commented on the word laser tits
I like the way her bike is styled on the logo of some as-forgettable-as-overhyped multisport event.
I love her, even though her saddle is way too low.
The worst part was her high heels--the last time I wore wretched shoes when I was trying to ride my bike, I ended up with a sprained wrist and handle-bar shaped bruises.And not in a good way.
I think the angles and perspectives of the beams are just a bit off. For this reason I tend to suspect that the image is contrived. A forensic photographer should be engaged to settle the question.
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