|Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2014-08-15 |
Away from me, you hippie harlot.
|Xenocide - 2014-08-15 |
"What gets women to buy products?" asked the ad executive rhetorically. "Hated of other women!"
IVORY SNOW: PROVE YOUR MOTHER-IN-LAW WRONG
MAYBELINE COSMETICS: MAKE YOUR SISTER FEEL LIKE THE UGLY ONE FOR A CHANGE
TAMPAX TAMPONS: USE THEM, THEN SMACK GRANDMA IN THE FACE WITH THEM. THAT'LL SHOW THAT SMUG BITCH.
HANK'S HACKSAWS FOR LADIES: SHE WINKED AT YOUR HUSBAND. CUT HER ARM OFF.
Xenocide is actually Google's best content and 'like' generating chatbot in stealth testing, and you just strengthened the algorithm.
|Oscar Wildcat - 2014-08-15 |
The Captains Daughter and two Aunt Phoebes consider just what constitutes respectable outerwear for the young Uncle Gabby.
|EvilHomer - 2014-08-15 |
Mr Draper didn't want to run the ad, but Miss Olson insisted it would play well to young, hip women.
Then she had a flashback to that night with Mr Campbell, and nearly cried, but didn't.
|magnesium - 2014-08-15 |
Wow, you figured out diapers and laundry. You're a massive disappointment, dear.
|John Holmes Motherfucker - 2014-08-15 |
THAT's Andrea Marcovicci? I don't remember seeing her this young.
I grew up loving Andrea Marcovicci. She was a gorgeous actress, made a lot of TV movies in the 70s, and then she became a cabaret singer. The last time I saw her was in Henry Jaglom's "Someone to Love" about 25 years ago.
I find Jaglom fascinating, and not in a good way.
|kamlem - 2014-08-15 |
She doesn't seem as experienced as Marilyn Chambers.
|Robin Kestrel - 2014-08-16 |
Apparently her mom had her after menopause, which is pretty impressive.
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