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... workers *****ing about us, a guy abusing his dog, cute Pakistani guy in taxi, random paedophile old granny suburbs
What we bought: junk food, free socks, £13 tickets to trampolines where we didn't even use the trampolines
What we learned: never judge a book by its cover, east Kilbride is the beauty of the north
... he'd hate me because I'm poor and didn't go to eton
Rupert Grint: he isn't masculine at all, what a horrific sight, his facial hair is a pitiful attempt, you'd do better to sellotape some pubes to your face, he looks like a little kid that eats without manners in the school canteen and has frubes
Misha Collins: not as bad as some of the others but still a weak choice in masculinity
... the distance. It was the sexiest man he had ever seen. It was BL.
Ed got onto his knees and began to crawl towards BL, licking his lips at the thought of his impressive manhood. BL stood in the sea, and Ed crawled in, his suit getting wet and sticking to his attractive masculine physique. You could see his manly chest hair and hard nipples through the shirt fabric too. They couldn't hold back much longer. BL ...
... stone the devil. Initially, I did not quite understand the traditions of the pilgrimage and I asked Ibn Jafar, albeit, bluntly and insensitively the purpose of the Hajj. Hopefully, he will forgive me for my rudeness but he tried to explain to me the numerous reasons for pilgrimage such as reconnection the prophets, symbolizing the advent of monotheism, giving a place for Muslims to meet and interact, and have their sins washed out. As a Christian, I ...