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It hurts when I do this...
Here is the deal. I am hurting. Lost my best friend Monday, my baby girl got married Saturday, gas is a million dollars a gallon, and it is the day before payday and I'm so broke I can't even pay attention. Oh, and I feel old.

My question is are you hurting?
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31 Fans 
3%a. Beans, you are old... and it's ok.
23%b. Sorry about the loss of your bud, Beans.
19%c. Congrats on daughter.
3%d. The price of gas is nuts.
0%e. I can pay attention.
6%f. I'm sorry, did you say something?
0%g. The world has done gone crazy.
3%h. Yes, this is what hurts.
3%i. I'm a ninja, nothing hurts me.
6%j. I'd like to put a hurting on something.
0%k. I'd like something to put a hurting on me.
6%l. Libation helps.
0%m. Are you being a downer, Beans?
0%n. Do you need an upper, Beans?
3%o. Go to your happy place, and stay there.
3%p. Other one
3%q. Other two
3%r. Many Others
6%s. Oyster Rockefeller
6%t. You aren't happy til you give us 20 selections, are you?

 &nbp;
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#3 | 926 days ago

Well, everyone is still alive, so not nearly as much as you right now. *sadness* But f***ing gas almost made me call in today. I don't f***ing get paid tomorrow. I need a second job just for that sh**. I am maintaining, though.

Our finals and grading system is slightly different now but you get the point:

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#1 | 926 days ago

This pain too shall pass Beans- hang in there dude
Go to your happy place, and stay there.  
#2 | 926 days ago
Nick__ (+)

Yep!

$$ is tight for me right now as well. Tomorrow can't get here fast enough.

I moved a week ago and still no TV!  COMCAST is about to get reported to the BBB!!  And all they want to do is give me a $25 credit?!?!?  INSULT! angry  They will be giving me months of free service!

Sorry about the loss of your friend.......I know how you feel.  Lost my BF at the age of 35 and one of my good friends last year, he was only 41.

Your baby girl getting married is a good thing!  You didn't lose her, you gained a son (in law).  

Hang in there!  Things will get better for all of us.  Just gotta ride it out.
I'm sorry, did you say something?  
#3 | 926 days ago

Well, everyone is still alive, so not nearly as much as you right now. *sadness* But f***ing gas almost made me call in today. I don't f***ing get paid tomorrow. I need a second job just for that sh**. I am maintaining, though.

Our finals and grading system is slightly different now but you get the point:

heart
#4 | 926 days ago

Dedicate your first drink tomorrow to all the crap that's going on today.
You aren't happy til you give us 20 selections, are you?  
#5 | 926 days ago

my family had to put the best dog in the world to sleep on saturday. stings.
Oyster Rockefeller  
#6 | 926 days ago

Sounds like you need a night to just get sh!tfaced drunk. I would come by with a bottle of bourbon, but you live pretty far away.
Libation helps.  
#7 | 926 days ago
John_Daly (+)

Everybody hurts....sometimes.
The price of gas is nuts.  
#8 | 926 days ago

ms_hippie_queen wrote:
my family had to put the best dog in the world to sleep on saturday. stings.
Ouch, hugely. Sorry.
Many Others  
#9 | 926 days ago

Lobotomy Jones wrote:
Sounds like you need a night to just get sh!tfaced drunk. I would come by with a bottle of bourbon, but you live pretty far away.
Have a neice up there in your town, if I ever get a chance to see her, maybe you can introduce me to Chicago pizza and that sh*facedness you speak of...

yes
Many Others  
#10 | 926 days ago

Yes. 

1. Body---My head, legs, ovaries, nose area, and shoulder all hurt.
2. KENTUCKY---angry,  teachers are sending home homework that covers work not discussed in class. Apparently they are to learn the work at home first-----------lazy. Oh....and did I mention they only have 20 in their class and still give out 2 hours of homework? I'm also mad that parents aren't complaining......"some" even saying they don't want to be "that" parent.

3. Parents...or more like Parent.  I get an email from one of my parents upset about how the sub I had dealt with her kid's leaky eyes. Oh.....and she also started the email with "I hope you are enjoying your vacation!" -----Look, lady. I wasn't on vacation. I was up at 7:30 being shuttled to UCLA for a training that lasted (though it was good) for way to long, made my ass hurt for sitting so long, and is the reason why cooties have invaded me. 

4. School Decisions: We are losing a program at our school which may mean we lose a teacher. With all the cuts, I'm pretty low on the totem poll. 

**all these make me angry (there are more), and when I'm angry I hurt. 

Now words for you, Beans....aka Best in the South. 

 Your friend was lucky to have you for a friend for so long. Your daughter loves you. May I suggest a bike-----great exercise and remember gas prices could be worse-----ask Canada and countries in Europe. Lastly, you aren't old, you are experienced, and all that experience has made you into the cool guy I dig. Own it or I will kick you. laugh
I'd like to put a hurting on something.  
#11 | 926 days ago

Beaneaters wrote:
Ouch, hugely. Sorry.
thanks. she was an old girl on a big-dog chassis, so we got lucky with her smiley


i'm sorry you're going through a flurdle-blurb yourself.
Oyster Rockefeller  
#12 | 926 days ago

On a lighter note, I talked with dude's brother yesterday, he said they are making dvds of old pics of all of us playing in bands and goofing around in 70s, 80s, ans 90s. He said he is giving me one. I will share a pic or three of what a 1970s young whippersnapper Bean looks like. You will be snickering for sure.

I am guessing there will be more that one pic of the Beans' mullet and polyester days.

surprise
Many Others  
#13 | 926 days ago



Sorry for your loss Beans. Im sure if you were friends with him for that long he was a stand up guy like yourself and its a real shame when those kinds of people go.

Gas - angry  Don't even get me started i don't even like to drive much less pay that much to be able to do it  angry
Sorry about the loss of your bud, Beans.  
#14 | 926 days ago

I know where you're coming from. The water was leaking in the backyard and the pressure regulator went out. My refrigerator quit working, so we had to get another one, and nothing remotely close to the one we had. Used, smaller and no ice maker. I miss my side-by-side.

There is a ton of other crap, but I hate being the one to complain.
#15 | 926 days ago

I'm so sorry about your friend, Beans. Big hugs and thoughts and prayers to you.

Things are ok on this front. Gas prices suck - it seems to rise another 2 cents/gallon every day. It's up to 3.95 here. Ugh. But, it's cyclic. I just hope they start to go down again before we take our cross-country trek.
Congrats on daughter.  
#16 | 926 days ago

Hmmm, yes to a bunch of them choices, and since I can only pick one, I'm not going to at all. Remembering the good times, throwing a few back, smiling at that final walk with your princess, hugs all around....
#17 | 926 days ago


Sorry to hear about your friend Beans! I'm sure you miss him a lot!

As for your daughter, who knows maybe soon you will be a grandpa again. laugh

And I am always broke, so well join the club!!
Other two  
#18 | 926 days ago

All I got is physical aches and pains (and a 'lil nerve damage) which pales in comparison. Even it there's nothing I can take, it's much easier to deal with imo.
Yes, this is what hurts.  
#19 | 926 days ago

well my car broke down on tuesday so i had to decide what to do with it, fix it or sell it and fix my Camaro...I chose the latter.  The Cougar has 105k miles and the Camaro has 57k.  I think its the right choice.  The problem is I spent my entire tax return and bonus check from work already, man, if only I could foresee the darn car crapping out!!!!


Sorry for the rough week
Beans, you are old... and it's ok.  
#20 | 926 days ago
cubsgirl2 (+)

I am so sorry about your friend beans. Yeah it seems like when it rains it pours.  But I just tell myself that this too shall pass. And it does. The hurt gets less and less and the good memories start to replace the hurt. 




I'll send you good thoughts, but, they may scare you. So just be ready  smiley
Sorry about the loss of your bud, Beans.  
#21 | 926 days ago

kobe_lova wrote:
Well, everyone is still alive, so not nearly as much as you right now. *sadness* But f***ing gas almost made me call in today. I don't f***ing get paid tomorrow. I need a second job just for that sh**. I am maintaining, though.

Our finals and grading system is slightly different now but you get the point:

heart
As usual, Ashlie = OMG

yes
Many Others  
#22 | 926 days ago

Cali_Kat wrote:

Sorry to hear about your friend Beans! I'm sure you miss him a lot!

As for your daughter, who knows maybe soon you will be a grandpa again. laugh

And I am always broke, so well join the club!!
Grandkids rock---> smiley

wink
enlightened
Many Others  
#23 | 926 days ago

Things are really taking me back today...

I lost my Dad unexpectedly in September of 1989 (I had already lost both Grandpas that year), had just graduated from college, was just starting a job I didn't really like, had been married less than 3 months, was sending my sister off to college herself, and trying to keep my mom together in the midst of her suddenly empty home.

Words of wisdom: Hang in there.
Focus on what you have, not what you don't.
Lean on your friends like you would hope they would be able to lean on you.
Cherish the memories and strive to make some with others.

Over 20 years later, the good memories are fresh and I try to have a "make the best of today" perspective.
I hope the same for you. I'm sorry about your loss.
Sorry about the loss of your bud, Beans.  
#24 | 926 days ago

Beaneaters wrote:
Grandkids rock---> smiley

wink
enlightened
I agree totally- you can do what you cpouldnt with your own kids- you can say my favorite two words - " Get out - or Go Home"
Go to your happy place, and stay there.  
#25 | 926 days ago

Billy_D wrote:
Things are really taking me back today...

I lost my Dad unexpectedly in September of 1989 (I had already lost both Grandpas that year), had just graduated from college, was just starting a job I didn't really like, had been married less than 3 months, was sending my sister off to college herself, and trying to keep my mom together in the midst of her suddenly empty home.

Words of wisdom: Hang in there.
Focus on what you have, not what you don't.
Lean on your friends like you would hope they would be able to lean on you.
Cherish the memories and strive to make some with others.

Over 20 years later, the good memories are fresh and I try to have a "make the best of today" perspective.
I hope the same for you. I'm sorry about your loss.
Wise words, thanks.
Many Others  
#26 | 926 days ago

I haven't lost someone near to me and no daughter married, but as for the rest of your lines, I feel just like you Beans. I think we all feel like that from time to time, but if we put bad and good things on a scale, good things are always more. I'm glad I see, hear, walk by myself still, and I'm planning not to die soon, yes, it's a plan. As long I have my family , (Q) friends near, I'm Ok. Heads up. You are such a great person and you can't expect nothing but good things. Hugs.
You aren't happy til you give us 20 selections, are you?  
#27 | 926 days ago

(Edited by jswol54)
Hang in there, Beans.  Things always get better with a positive outlook.  And if all else fails, takes LB's advice and tie one on.

Thanks for this poll as I actually have something to get off my chest. 

My ex-gf and I are both very good friends with another couple (who happen to be getting married in June).  My buddy and I go way back....like all the way to high school back.  Different schools, but we knew each other.  We then both attended the same college, and thus became very good friends.  Fast forward 8-9 years....when my ex and I broke up early last year, it put a strain on our friendship because he had to essentially choose sides.  I hate that my buddy was put in that position.  I really do....but it's becoming more and more clear he's taking his future wife's side (his fiancee and my ex go back further than my buddy and I).  That's fine.  Better to know where I stand then to be in the dark.

The thing is, it wasn't even a bad breakup and my buddy's future wife and I get along great.  But my ex...oh my ex.  She's just a huge bi**h who thinks her sh*t doesn't stink.  I like to think law school made her that way (she let EVERYONE know she attended law school - used to drive me nuts), but whatever.  None of my friends (sans the couple) liked her, my family didn't care for her, and when it became clear we didn't have a future together, I broke things off.  And trust me, it was mutual as our relationship was going south slowly but surely.  For some reason though, the ex doesn't want to be around me with her new boyfriend (even though it wasn't a bad breakup whatsoever).  The ex says it's because her new bf and I almost came to blows years ago, but I still maintain I've never met the guy).  Either way, I'm 31 years old and not looking to fight (unless you fv*k with my family/friends). 

In short (sorry for rambling), my ex has pretty much ruined my buddy and I's friendship.  I'm supposed to be an usher in the wedding, but I wasn't even invited on the "close bros" bachelor party in NOLA.  Why?  I have no idea, though we're supposed to get a drink this weekend and clear the air. 

/rant
#28 | 926 days ago

John_Daly wrote:
Everybody hurts....sometimes.
I was about to post that same thing, damn you.  

It hurts that Rogs_Daly_SDSports all stole my answer 5 hours before I got here to post it.  What a big dumb stupid jerkface.
Sorry about the loss of your bud, Beans.  
#29 | 926 days ago

Thanks to all, I know everyone has either been through something, in the middle of something, just coming out of something, or something is around the corner, or combination of the 4. Sometimes it is a good thing to lend an ear or just vent. Whatever. I appreciate all you folks riding this Q bus wtih me. I know the Locker Room is just a itty-bitty part of the awesome, cool FanIQ site. I'm just glad they let all of us in here have a window seat.

yes
Many Others  
#30 | 926 days ago

Beaneaters wrote:
Thanks to all, I know everyone has either been through something, in the middle of something, just coming out of something, or something is around the corner, or combination of the 4. Sometimes it is a good thing to lend an ear or just vent. Whatever. I appreciate all you folks riding this Q bus wtih me. I know the Locker Room is just a itty-bitty part of the awesome, cool FanIQ site. I'm just glad they let all of us in here have a window seat.

yes
Truer words have never been spoken, Beans.  I know I feel a hell of a lot better....some things I like to keep from my close friends and the Q is a place with good people, good friends, and a good vibe.  We all go back and forth on here, have trials and tribulations in our lives, and deal with unique challenges.  But at the end of the day, it's good to know we're not alone in this big bad world. 
#31 | 926 days ago

janet011685 wrote:
I was about to post that same thing, damn you.  

It hurts that Rogs_Daly_SDSports all stole my answer 5 hours before I got here to post it.  What a big dumb stupid jerkface.
I know how to make Rogs cry, beat his fantasy sports teams. Niagra Falls. You can post something like that first in my next poll, 'Who needs a hug?'

surprise
Many Others  
#32 | 926 days ago

I'm sorry about the loss of your friend, I've been through it a few times before. As for your daughter, the important thing is that she's happy. Hope you cheer up soon.
Congrats on daughter.  
#33 | 926 days ago

I feel kind of odd giving my crappy life story to an elder, but I know how sh!tty life can be.

A few years ago I owned my own buisness, had an awesome truck, was buying the house I grew up in, had an amazing fiancee... things were great.  In fact, things were better than great.  All the sudden, there was no more work.  I had to sell my truck, all my tools, disolve my buisness and ultimatley forclose on my house.  I became a drunk and an a$$hole, so my girl left me.  Basically, I spent about 2 years crawling in and out of a bottle while trying to look for work when I wasn't drunk or too hung over.  I was stoked to make minumum wage filling bags with crap (serioulsy, it was bat guano).  Two years later, I've all but given up drinking and although I don't make as much as I used to, I worked my way up from the bottom, my job is pretty awesome and I'm glad to have it.  Aside from putting on some weight (which I'm having a b!tch of a time losing), things are going pretty well for me even though I honestly feel like part of me died a couple years ago.

Things get better man, hang in there.  Keep your head up
I'm sorry, did you say something?  
#34 | 926 days ago

beerstudk wrote:
I feel kind of odd giving my crappy life story to an elder, but I know how sh!tty life can be.

A few years ago I owned my own buisness, had an awesome truck, was buying the house I grew up in, had an amazing fiancee... things were great.  In fact, things were better than great.  All the sudden, there was no more work.  I had to sell my truck, all my tools, disolve my buisness and ultimatley forclose on my house.  I became a drunk and an a$$hole, so my girl left me.  Basically, I spent about 2 years crawling in and out of a bottle while trying to look for work when I wasn't drunk or too hung over.  I was stoked to make minumum wage filling bags with crap (serioulsy, it was bat guano).  Two years later, I've all but given up drinking and although I don't make as much as I used to, I worked my way up from the bottom, my job is pretty awesome and I'm glad to have it.  Aside from putting on some weight (which I'm having a b!tch of a time losing), things are going pretty well for me even though I honestly feel like part of me died a couple years ago.

Things get better man, hang in there.  Keep your head up
Thanks, keep plugging---->yes
Many Others  
#35 | 926 days ago
John_Daly (+)

Jess wrote:
I'm so sorry about your friend, Beans. Big hugs and thoughts and prayers to you.

Things are ok on this front. Gas prices suck - it seems to rise another 2 cents/gallon every day. It's up to 3.95 here. Ugh. But, it's cyclic. I just hope they start to go down again before we take our cross-country trek.
Hey miss glass half EMPTY, you talk to me when its $4.35 a gallon
The price of gas is nuts.  
#36 | 926 days ago

hope your daughter has a long and happy life with her new husband ,and the loss of a loved one all I can say he is in a better place now and with a loving and gracious god,and gas well I walk a lot
Congrats on daughter.  
#37 | 926 days ago

glad noone answered..."pee"
Beans, you are old... and it's ok.  
#38 | 925 days ago

kteacher wrote:
Yes. 

1. Body---My head, legs, ovaries, nose area, and shoulder all hurt.
2. KENTUCKY---angry,  teachers are sending home homework that covers work not discussed in class. Apparently they are to learn the work at home first-----------lazy. Oh....and did I mention they only have 20 in their class and still give out 2 hours of homework? I'm also mad that parents aren't complaining......"some" even saying they don't want to be "that" parent.

3. Parents...or more like Parent.  I get an email from one of my parents upset about how the sub I had dealt with her kid's leaky eyes. Oh.....and she also started the email with "I hope you are enjoying your vacation!" -----Look, lady. I wasn't on vacation. I was up at 7:30 being shuttled to UCLA for a training that lasted (though it was good) for way to long, made my ass hurt for sitting so long, and is the reason why cooties have invaded me. 

4. School Decisions: We are losing a program at our school which may mean we lose a teacher. With all the cuts, I'm pretty low on the totem poll. 

**all these make me angry (there are more), and when I'm angry I hurt. 

Now words for you, Beans....aka Best in the South. 

 Your friend was lucky to have you for a friend for so long. Your daughter loves you. May I suggest a bike-----great exercise and remember gas prices could be worse-----ask Canada and countries in Europe. Lastly, you aren't old, you are experienced, and all that experience has made you into the cool guy I dig. Own it or I will kick you. laugh
1. I am always wishing your head, legs, nose, shoulder, AND ovaries are having bestest day each day.
2. Doesn't Jason live in Kentucky?
3. Parents, your children, their schools, and their teachers would appreciate you getting on board on accountability thing. Get involved, stay involved.
4. Education isn't a good place to make cut backs. I'm sure the State government has a lot of fat elsewhere that they can trim.

Now for Teach aka the person who let me know hockey rocks and that west coast = best coast.

You rock, bigger. I like bikes, I like the way you typed 'you aren't old', it comes at a cool time. Oh, and your digger is the coolest digger, you can kick me anytime. Please.

OMGest.   winkcryingdevil
Many Others  
#39 | 925 days ago

kteacher wrote:
Yes. 

1. Body---My head, legs, ovaries, nose area, and shoulder all hurt.
2. KENTUCKY---angry,  teachers are sending home homework that covers work not discussed in class. Apparently they are to learn the work at home first-----------lazy. Oh....and did I mention they only have 20 in their class and still give out 2 hours of homework? I'm also mad that parents aren't complaining......"some" even saying they don't want to be "that" parent.

3. Parents...or more like Parent.  I get an email from one of my parents upset about how the sub I had dealt with her kid's leaky eyes. Oh.....and she also started the email with "I hope you are enjoying your vacation!" -----Look, lady. I wasn't on vacation. I was up at 7:30 being shuttled to UCLA for a training that lasted (though it was good) for way to long, made my ass hurt for sitting so long, and is the reason why cooties have invaded me. 

4. School Decisions: We are losing a program at our school which may mean we lose a teacher. With all the cuts, I'm pretty low on the totem poll. 

**all these make me angry (there are more), and when I'm angry I hurt. 

Now words for you, Beans....aka Best in the South. 

 Your friend was lucky to have you for a friend for so long. Your daughter loves you. May I suggest a bike-----great exercise and remember gas prices could be worse-----ask Canada and countries in Europe. Lastly, you aren't old, you are experienced, and all that experience has made you into the cool guy I dig. Own it or I will kick you. laugh
#2 - !! That's happening here in Florida too. Kiernan gets bundles of homework to do each night, half of which the teacher didn't cover in class but expects her to have it done by class the next day. It also takes her roughly 3-4 hours to do her homework at night. And this is *just* her Math class! Her other teacher (reading, writing, and spelling) even adjusts her lesson plan to accommodate this, though I know that it bugs her to have to do so. (I know this because she and I talked at the beginning of the  year and part of the thing she hated about teaching at her last job is that she wasn't allowed enough time to cover things she thought were important - such as - oh I don't know, spelling and grammar.) That really ticks me off.

I've thrown fits, and talked to other parents who are having the same problem (I wasn't sure if maybe Kiernan was spacing or having time management issues or what), but nothing has been done yet.  Every time I talk to the teacher, she basically tries to turn it around like we're not helping enough at home, or she gets defensive. Frustrating. 
Congrats on daughter.  
#40 | 925 days ago

Sorry  for  the  loss  of  your  friend,  Beans.  I'm  happy  for  you  about  your  daughter's  marriage.  Now  you  have  more  family.   As  far  as  gas  goes,  New  York  is  pretty  expensive  now  too.  You could  always  get  a  scooter or  a  bike, or  walk.  It  may  take  you  some  time, but  you'll  wake  up  and  listen  to  the  birds  singing  around  you  and  you'll  realize that  the  sun  is  still  shining  down  on  you and  the  loss will  ease  up.     
Sorry about the loss of your bud, Beans.  
#41 | 924 days ago

Sorry, Beans.  Going thru the same thing here.  Not the daughter married part, the best friend (hubby's) dying part.  Also going thru a teachers' strike here.  On a good note, my daughter's teacher has realized I am not the enemy and is actually speaking to me again. 

And although I am one of the oldest workers at the Liquor Store, I seem to do a lot more than my share of the physical work, so yes, my body hurts constantly.  I'm always banging against something, pinching something else, or tweaking a muscle.  
Other one  
#42 | 924 days ago

kteacher wrote:
Yes. 

1. Body---My head, legs, ovaries, nose area, and shoulder all hurt.
2. KENTUCKY---angry,  teachers are sending home homework that covers work not discussed in class. Apparently they are to learn the work at home first-----------lazy. Oh....and did I mention they only have 20 in their class and still give out 2 hours of homework? I'm also mad that parents aren't complaining......"some" even saying they don't want to be "that" parent.

3. Parents...or more like Parent.  I get an email from one of my parents upset about how the sub I had dealt with her kid's leaky eyes. Oh.....and she also started the email with "I hope you are enjoying your vacation!" -----Look, lady. I wasn't on vacation. I was up at 7:30 being shuttled to UCLA for a training that lasted (though it was good) for way to long, made my ass hurt for sitting so long, and is the reason why cooties have invaded me. 

4. School Decisions: We are losing a program at our school which may mean we lose a teacher. With all the cuts, I'm pretty low on the totem poll. 

**all these make me angry (there are more), and when I'm angry I hurt. 

Now words for you, Beans....aka Best in the South. 

 Your friend was lucky to have you for a friend for so long. Your daughter loves you. May I suggest a bike-----great exercise and remember gas prices could be worse-----ask Canada and countries in Europe. Lastly, you aren't old, you are experienced, and all that experience has made you into the cool guy I dig. Own it or I will kick you. laugh
Where in Kentucky is this happening?

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