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I don't know who she is, but I would do some corn plowin! some peanut nibblin! I would use her ass as a surgical mask! so when you find out who she is, make sure you let all of us know, so we can begin the search for ANYTHING!!! pornografic that includes her.

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I would use her ass as a surgical mask!

 

HAHA!!! That is f*cking awesome.

 

I didn't know who this girl was but I flicked over to 'Two and a half men' last night and I saw one of the most stunning females I have ever seen in my life. A bit of research and I find out it's Megan Fox, who I believe is the girl from these 'Transformers':

 

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I cant believe you've never seen Megan Fox. She's having my babies you know.....Im a busy man ;-)

Haha. Yeah, I looked at what she's done and there's nothing I'd see her in. It looks like the biggest thing she's done is these 'Transformer' movies which I have no time for... until yesterday. I will now try to see them asap.

 

Good luck with the extra babies, mate. Luckily my potential children ended up tangled in her hair. ;)

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I cant believe you've never seen Megan Fox. She's having my babies you know.....Im a busy man ;-)

Luckily my potential children ended up tangled in her hair. ;)

 

:headbanger:

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Luckily my potential children ended up tangled in her hair. ;)

 

:lol:

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I, for one, am sick and tired of this degrading of women as nothing more than sex objects through smutty little jokes and juvenile behaviour. Women have other uses besides engulfing as much pants flute as possible - like fetching a cold drink from the fridge - that's somewhat important, too.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Although, now that I think about it, a good hummer trumps all. Carry on.

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Good luck with the extra babies, mate. Luckily my potential children ended up tangled in her hair. ;)

 

omg that made me laugh out loud haha

 

apparently Angelina Joile is pissed at this woman for copying her "style" and the fact she is the next lara croft

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Meghan Fox is double load worthy! (spitting into palm of hand, and making jerk off motion), I wonder of I could spell my name acrossed those? using frosting of course!

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