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User avatar #3 - tarnis
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(04/21/2014) [-]
I doubt it, thats a 20.
#4 to #3 - anon id: 9cb0fc14
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Are you blind?
#102 to #3 - anon id: 429a9197
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How else does one get down and dirty with a stripper?
User avatar #5 to #3 - dakkenly
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And it probably hasn't seen much cocaine since all the swagmasters who do coke with money either use $1s or $100s
User avatar #7 to #5 - tarnis
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actually alot of the teens who deal in coke like to snort threw 20's.
User avatar #8 to #7 - dakkenly
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Why would a teenager have that much money though?
User avatar #21 to #8 - hinrik
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I was not aware 20$ was considered a lot of money.
#44 to #8 - shadowgandalf
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Rich parents.

My parents are poor as ****, so i've never got financial aid from my parents since i was 13, which is how old you need to be in order to work in EU.

Then in comes the swagfag, who got his drivers license AND car AND apartment paid by his dad, and his entire garderobe by his mother, while getting a total sum of
2 million USD when he turned 18.

I swear, capitalism is not fair, have never been and will never be.
When one person gets lucky with a startup business, wins the lottery or w/e his/hers children will have it infinitely more easy to make it big in life than average people.
At the same time, if another person gets unlucky and hit poor status, his/hers children will have it infinitly HARDER to get anywhere in life than the average people.

It's disgusting, it's inhumane and it ONLY benefit the lucky few.

User avatar #52 to #44 - lean
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Your right we should all be lazy and not have any drive or inspiration to better ourselves. I mean it just isn't fair that someone put in all that time and effort into a risky venture as a new business owner, I mean literally put his entire savings and house and career on the line for this one shot, and it payed off for him. What arrogance that he feels like he should dote on and provide all of his son's needs, so his son never has to take that risk and deal with the stresses and demands of business ownership. What a capitalist greedy pig, to give is son a large sum of money that sets him up for life. I don't care that he pays more in taxes than I and my entire family combined, I should get some more of his money just because I don't have it.
#69 to #52 - shadowgandalf
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Also it did nothing to argue the problem of capitalism only benefit a lucky few percentages of the populatiion, while ******** over everyone else...
User avatar #73 to #69 - lean
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So if you are walking down the street with friends, and you find a $20 bill. There is no one to claim it, and you picked it up before either of your friends. Two questions: 1. Would you share it with your friends? I would answer yes, because I am not a dick, I would buy them a beer or w/e, but I would not have to, nor would I hold it against anyone if I was one of the friends.
2. if you chose not to share, would it be right for your friends to gang up on you, and force you to give both of them equal shares of the $20? No. That is morally unjust.

What does the amount involved matter? Do extra zeros infer a blurring between right and wrong? Does greed mean you can live with being unjust to another as long as you get what you deem yours?

That is why I am a capitalist.
#83 to #73 - shadowgandalf
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I would also choose to share it with my friends. However, if we walked past someone that needed it more than us, like a beggar, i know that each and every one of us would give it to him.
This is called empathy, a human emotion which people who lack are either autists or psycopaths...
User avatar #87 to #83 - lean
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True, I would as well, and have in fact given a few bucks to homeless people. Do you have to give it away? Should you be forced to give it up either by threat of law or threat of physical harm? If you answer no, then you are a capitalist. If you answer yes, then you lack belief in freedom itself. Capitalism is entirely about freedom, and choices, and mutual agreement. True, there is corruption in the corporate world, between inside trading and cronyism, but that has virtually no bearing on the population as a whole, unless involved with basic utilities/ necessities. These are typically government regulated.
#89 to #87 - shadowgandalf
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1. In your example, then you are requiring(how to english?) no human corruption for capiitalism to work, which is how people argue why communism is better.

2. Capitalism is not freedom for everyone. If you don't meet the requirement to start your own business or being paid enough for you to put a little to the side each month, which is my current situation(i.e. $$) then you might aswell live in a place like north korea, as you have no real choice of what to do with your money.
User avatar #92 to #89 - lean
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Look for a better job, look for better opportunities. Work more hours, if you can't at your job then find something on the side for money. The thing about capitalism is the opportunities: they come when you are looking for them. It may seem risky, you may have to change your whole life, but if it happens, seize it and make the most of it. If you have an idea that you believe could make money, figure out what you need to do to implement it. Make use of your skills and abilities. Never be afraid to ask for a raise, if you believe you are deserving of it. You can not be fired for asking, but that does not mean you should push the issue. Interview and apply for better jobs if you want a better job. There is no free lunch, that means you have to work for everything: to be a good athlete, to make money, to be an internet guru, and especially to find a better job. They don't fall out of trees, but like good fruit, sometimes you need to climb the tree before you find the one you want.
#76 to #73 - shadowgandalf
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Are you asking me if i am greedy, because i think that a few people get to live in luxury while everyone else is merely a step away from living like animals is insane?

If that is so, then you are the most self entitled little douschebag that ever walked the planet.
User avatar #84 to #76 - lean
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These are (hopefully) rhetorical questions. If it actually offended you, then that's just sad. But I bet if you complain enough, nothing will ever happen to improve your financial situation. I work for a living. Instead of getting mad, and insulting me, why don't you try to learn something? No system is perfect, Capitalism is the best so far. You can fight the system, or you can work the system. One pays off. Tell me who is getting screwed over by capitalism?
#88 to #84 - shadowgandalf
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"You can't fight the system" that is rich comming from the guy who is arguing that you make your own life...

User avatar #94 to #88 - lean
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I said you CAN fight the system, but it doesn't pay off. Hard work does, always. Some people have to work harder than others, but that is true in every aspect of life, not just making money. Use your skills to show employers what you are good at, and constantly learn from your environment. Here is the thing: even in getting a job, which most people need, you enter a mutually beneficial contract. The employer agrees to an amount of money you will receive, and you agree to the work specified. If no one is satisfied, then negotiations are required. In compromise, the employer may hold the upper hand, but you are not required to work solely for them. It is a choice, always. When given the choice, choose the less ****** option, and you improve yourself. Perhaps it takes thousands of these choices, for some it takes few (swagfag from your original comment), but if you always choose the better choice for your personal preference, you always improve. Communism removes choice, and productivity within the economy falls to a point where everyone is in poverty, and no one is allowed to improve. That is the biggest difference between it and capitalism.
#67 to #52 - shadowgandalf
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Your right, we should all fight to the point where we ruin each others life, to get even the lowest quality of life. I mean it just iisn't fair that someone put in all the time and effort into a risky venture as a new business owner, I mean literally put his entire savings and house and career on the line for this one shot, and it failed for him.
What arrogance that he feels like he should dote on, and provide none of his son's needs, so his son will live a life of misery, and have to deal with even more stress and demand of the job market.
What a capitalist greedy pig, to leave his son with nothing, and put him up for a life of hardship.
I don't care that he pays nothing in tax, because he have nothing to pay with.


Your comment is very, very easy to turn around...
User avatar #71 to #67 - lean
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Show me a better system that actually works.
So that the record of history is absolutely crystal clear. That there is no alternative way, so far discovered, of improving the lot of the ordinary people that can hold a candle to the productive activities that are unleashed by a free enterprise system. The problem of social organization is how to set up an arrangement under which greed will do the least harm, capitalism is that kind of a system.

#74 to #71 - shadowgandalf
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A regulated version of capitalism, that get reset after each century or so would be my guess.

And if you think greed does least harm to humanity in capitalism, then you are a ******* moron.

Also you need to understand that productivity means nothing, if the majority of the population suffers because of it.
Human welfare >>>>>>>>>>>>>> productivity speed.
User avatar #81 to #74 - lean
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Well first of all, tell me, is there some society you know of that doesn't run on greed? You think Russia doesn't run on greed? You think China doesn't run on greed? What is greed? The world runs on individuals pursuing their self interests. The great achievements of civilization have not come from government bureaus. Einstein didn't construct his theory under order from a bureaucrat. Henry Ford didn't revolutionize the automobile industry that way.

Productivity here means that more people have more jobs and opportunities, not assembly line rates. Productivity of society as a whole, rather than stagnation. I am speaking in economic terms. Underlying most arguments against the free market is a lack of belief in freedom itself. Most economic fallacies derive from the tendency to assume that there is a fixed pie, that one party can gain only at the expense of another.
#86 to #81 - shadowgandalf
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I don't think either Russia or China, because i'm not a ******* moron.

Also, there IS a fixed pie as of right now, which is called "Earth's resources". Problem with capitalism, is that one family, like the Walton family can amass incredible high ammounts of money, which then offcourse since there is only a set ammount of money in the world will come from other people.
Now, this get worsened by the fact, that the more money you have, the faster can you make money.

This in practise means that rich people gets richer, while poor people gets poore.

And this is also why that capitalism either need to be stopped or reset every once in awhile, so that we won't see too much of a disparecy between rich and poor.

User avatar #90 to #86 - lean
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Money is an idea, it is representative of value, not value itself. There is no limit to value when it comes to goods and services. How do you think farm communities survived for hundreds of years without any money in the middle ages? Free trade implies just that, free trade. There is no fixed pie, I promise you. There is not a set limit to the amount of money in the world. The fact that the rich get richer is not taking money away from other people. The problem in the world economy is the the wealth inequality, it is inflation. Inflation is by nature harder on poorer people. Inflation is the one form of taxation that can be imposed without legislation. This is the result of government mismanagement, and a lack of productivity in the economy. We have a political system that increasingly taxes work and subsidizes nonwork. Guess what will save the economy, as it has over and over again all over the world after any economic recession: Capitalist free enterprise private sector business.
#97 to #90 - shadowgandalf
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Which means, that if you print money mindlessly, beyyond what the world reconigzes and have evaluated, then you are simply causing the dollar to be worth less.
This might give poor people 1 million dollars each, but they will actually be even poore, as the money is worth the same, but no one wants the dollar, as it have become way too unstable.
User avatar #103 to #97 - lean
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Right. The opposite is also true. 50 years ago, a brand new car cost between $3,000 and $4,000. Now they are 10 times that. There is actually less labor and time involved in making cars, due to robotic assembly lines and mass production techniques. Materials are less expensive then back then. The only change is artificial inflation of the dollar. If there was a way to scale back the dollar within the economy, so $.10 had as much value as a full dollar, everyone would be rich. That isn't possible to do because of supply and demand on the dollar bill itself.

What the Fed is attempting to do with the "quantitive easing" (80 billion a month printed money) is cause an inflation bubble that will sustain until the economy turns around, and more people have jobs. Then, what Should be done is the government would manage a budget properly, and the taxes it takes in will reduce the amount of inflation. A good way to see this in action is look at the price of gold before and after taxes are due. The $ per oz gold dropped substantially after april 15 of this year, because there were less dollars in circulation (IRS took a record 1.4 trillion this year). That will not happen because the US government is ran by autistic children who care more about what 2 men do in private than the collapse of our economic system.

If the government collapses, along with the US dollar, will people still want food, products, and someone to fix their car? Yep. The economy will recover, and fast. A new medium of exchange would be found, because there is unlimited pie. As long as someone wants something and someone else can help them obtain it, there is a mutually beneficial agreement reached, and that is the root of money.
#104 to #103 - shadowgandalf
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This steps outside my knowleagde of USA's politics, and it's too late at night for me to actually iinvestigate some of it.
So i'll take your word for it, and call it a day.
#95 to #90 - shadowgandalf
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Wait just a sec, we need to get something straight here.

First: ammount of money.
In USA, you used to have 4 indexes that measured how many USD exist in the world.
These are called M0, M1, M2 and M3. However, the m3 index was discontinued in 06, as it overlapped too much with M2.
M0 represent the grand total of hard cash.
M1 Represents all of the currency in the M0 money supply, plus all of the money held in checking accounts and other checkable accounts, as well as all of the money in travelers' checks.
M2 is the M1 supply, plus all of the money held in money market funds, savings accounts and CDs(Certificate of Deposit) under $100,000.

As of july 2013, there was a grand total of $10.5 trillion in the world. So atleast at that time, we had a pie for USD.

Second: Inflation.
Inflation means decrease in buying power of the currency.
As far as i know, inflation is caused by printing more dollars than you have already.
Say if if you have $10 trillion, and each is $1 is worth 2 euros, then if you print another $10 trillion, then it will only be worth 1 euro.

User avatar #101 to #95 - lean
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Correct. What you don't see is that there is the same thing for any recognized government currency worldwide. Also, hard cash is far less than digital amounts in checking/savings accounts and money markets. Third, that is at that given time. The actual amount fluctuates up and down. 1,000 years ago there were no US dollars. There is no longer a gold standard for any currency. When people speak of the value or buying power of the dollar, the amount of dollars is a variable calculated by a set market value for a specific goods or services. Money is simply a way of relating otherwise unrelated goods and services.

For example: you have a garden. I will till and weed it for some of the fruits and veggies that you have growing in it. We agree on I get 10 fruits and vegetables combined for every hour I work. With the advent of money, we decide that 1 fruit or veggie is = 1 dollar. My work rate is therefore 10 dollars an hour. With a 50% inflation, my work still is worth 10 fruits and veggies, but because inflation effects different markets at different rates, you are now charging $1.50 per fruit or veg, while I am only getting $10/hr. That screwed me, because the dollar value is dependent on the amount of dollars in circulation, and even though I do the same work, my hourly rate has not been renegotiated.

Money is only representative fractions of value that change, the value of goods or services are the same. Inflation screws poorer people because they are more dependent on the money incoming, where as the wealthy have it stored. Inflation is artificial. Goods and services are not, and will always be in demand, even after the dollar is worthless. The Federal Reserve is supposed to keep dollars in balance, and because the economy has become so familiar with it, it becomes harder to equate the values for goods and services in comparison to the dollar.

Goods and services will always be in demand; therefore can support any size economy. Unlimited Pie
User avatar #9 to #8 - fisttourface
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I had a job that paid enough money to buy like half an ounce every couple of weeks when I was in my last two years of high school. Not that I did. I only know the prices because my sister did drugs
#12 - woofman
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You ******* whore! You are reposting stuff made by an FJ OC maker!
User avatar #46 to #12 - nimba
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What's the difference between a dead OP and OC from another site
User avatar #62 to #46 - nimba
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no srsly
User avatar #118 to #62 - woofman
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Sorry it's taken so long for me to reply, for some reason you didn't show up in my alerts. The answer: a dead OP is worse. They are both reposts, but you stole from a person that already hit frontpage when they put hours of work into it, and this lazy bastard/bitch just right clicked saved and waited a while before this slipped from peoples minds.

TL;DR dead OP is worse, for reposts of content made from this site is super-cancer.
#78 to #12 - jonball
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But it's ok as long it is stolen from another webpage, reposted several times without even giving credits to the creator?
I hate Reposting myself, but i am curious what is the difference?
And as i understand it so isn't this user active anymore which make it seems like you got butthurt over nothing.
If it had any effect on the OC maker shouldn't it be a positive one as a reminder to her/him?
>inb4 **** tons of red thumbs
User avatar #107 to #78 - woofman
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It's not ok if it is reposted from a different site. It I just worse that something that came from here, and was thumbed highly beforehand, was reposed.
#26 to #12 - wishanonscouldpost
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Who made it? Never seen it before so I am just wondering.
#32 to #26 - woofman
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It's been a long time, so I can't recall the original poster. But I do remember when the original has been posted and I remember that she made a few comics and gained a lot of popularity. Though like most OC comic makers, they just vanish when we need them the most.
#58 to #32 - abstractpink
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User avatar #85 to #32 - vilememory
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Disappear, no. They get run off the web site. It doesn't matter how talented or loved they are there is a group of people on this site who are dedicated to destroying everything and everyone. They hate the fact that they aren't worshipped as gods just for existing, so they destroy all those that try. Those that make OC, those that share funny things, they all must die because that love that respect should be theirs for no other reason than they exist.
#2 - minelava
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hfw she put it in her mouth.
#68 to #2 - alfonshister
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found something related >: D
User avatar #35 - soule
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The part about OP looking incredibly young is unnecessary. Shows that a girl definitely made this.
User avatar #43 to #35 - chuckbillrow
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no OP looking young is why she was carded and had to put the money in her mouth
#19 - samoaspider
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Everybody read comment #12 please
and stop thumbing this content.
#100 to #19 - swagloon
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No thanks. I found it funny.
#22 - badgerbaiting
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MFW I put the bill in my mouth.
MFW I put the bill in my mouth.
#29 - AlexPaincakes
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You're telling a 21 year old who looks like he is 17-19.
Pic related. Me.

#30 to #29 - AlexPaincakes
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I feel even younger with my hair up in my work hat.
#77 to #30 - captainhobnob
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User avatar #106 to #77 - AlexPaincakes
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Lolololol and I am not even mad.
User avatar #56 to #30 - misticalz
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WELL, WHAT IS IT?
#33 to #30 - anon id: d79dbfb5
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what a fag
User avatar #40 to #33 - AlexPaincakes
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"I'm sorry was I suppose to give a **** because I just ran out of *****. I just sold my last one to the car right before you."
User avatar #48 to #40 - haugy
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Dude, your gesture in that pic, literally IS "like i give a ****".
Also, same here, 21 looking like a teen, but no beard growth to look older.
#31 to #30 - anon id: 27ffcbb4
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I was mistaken for a first grader on my last day of fifth grade. When I was getting my passport the dude asked if I could read.
User avatar #38 to #31 - AlexPaincakes
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That is rough, dude.
User avatar #34 to #29 - zarcos
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looks 21 to me...
User avatar #42 to #34 - AlexPaincakes
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It also is a combination of my height as well. I stand at a tremendous 5' 7".
User avatar #41 to #34 - AlexPaincakes
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Well, thank you.
#49 to #29 - anon id: e56c5ab1
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I'm 22 and if i shave my face i get carded going to the damned movies.
#55 to #29 - anon id: d75e1c84
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Dem brows
Dem brows
#63 to #29 - lolfacejimmy
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im 19 and a week ago I was laughed at trying to buy smokes
walked up to the counter with a bottle of dew and a lighter pulled a wood tip swisser sweet from the display and asked for a pack of newports guy looked me dead in the eye and laughed and told me to leave before he called the cops (prolly thinking I was gona split) laughed back at him and handed him my license and said don't be a dick he apologized and said I look 15
#65 to #63 - lolfacejimmy
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swisher
#66 to #29 - catburglarpenis
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Turning 27 this year, on the left. Me and my father both have the foundation of youth.
#82 to #29 - anon id: 9cb0fc14
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Your face and thinning hair looks 27 The fact that you have bangs and that **** on your ears makes you look like a teenager
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#36 to #29 - tiredofthis
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You do look pretty young.

Oddly enough, I'm actually younger than you by a year.
#59 to #36 - captainhobnob
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User avatar #105 to #59 - AlexPaincakes
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Lmfao this is great!
#108 to #59 - tiredofthis
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Oh that's good.
Oh that's good.
User avatar #51 to #36 - savirleo
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I'm 20, and I've been told I look to be in my 40's and 30's. One coworker said I looked like i was married and have 3 kids
User avatar #50 to #36 - zarcos
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It's only because you have facial hair.....nice neckbeard btw.
User avatar #109 to #50 - tiredofthis
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nice jelousy, btw
User avatar #110 to #109 - zarcos
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nah mine grows the same way but I shave because it looks ******.
User avatar #111 to #110 - tiredofthis
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sure, whatever.
User avatar #112 to #111 - zarcos
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just letting you know.
User avatar #113 to #112 - tiredofthis
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No you're not. You only wanted to insult me.
User avatar #114 to #113 - zarcos
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I can do both.
User avatar #115 to #114 - tiredofthis
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Do you really have nothing better to do?
User avatar #116 to #115 - zarcos
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(04/25/2014) [-]
lol do you think I'm sitting on fj waiting for you to reply? I check every so often to see funny pictures and occasionally I'll have an orange triangle, so I reply. Just go shave that nasty neckbeard.
User avatar #117 to #116 - tiredofthis
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(04/25/2014) [-]
That is just so sad. You're the most sad, pathetic being I've ever heard of.
User avatar #37 to #36 - AlexPaincakes
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(04/22/2014) [-]
It's that glorious bread my friend that makes you look older.

If it was not for Taco Bell I'd have one amazing beard in the making.
#39 to #37 - tiredofthis
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(04/22/2014) [-]
I am quite proud of my manly bread....
#93 to #29 - dafttpunkk
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(04/22/2014) [-]
you're ugly, lets not do this again.
you're ugly, lets not do this again.
#53 - jimmyneubtron
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(04/22/2014) [-]
I thought all dollar bills were supposed to taste like cinnamon...
#99 to #53 - juter
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(04/22/2014) [-]
We're not in Canada.
We're not in Canada.
User avatar #79 to #53 - Mward
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Well they might taste like a girl who is named cinnamon.
#17 - ttubkcid
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(04/22/2014) [-]
But what kind of unhygienic inbreed puts money in their mouth? That **** doesn't need to be in a stripper's ass to be dirty as **** considering that thousands of people touched the money before.
#80 - mattdoggy
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(04/22/2014) [-]
>work at grocery store   
>be cashier and deal with customers from a rough area   
>hep, aids, and a multitude of other diseases run rampant in these slums   
>almost the worst numbers in the entire state   
>every single black woman under 50 pulls money out of their bra or underwear   
>every   
>single    
>one   
>legally i don't have to take their money due to health concerns   
>mfw they try to hand me a sweaty crumpled up bunch of singles
>work at grocery store
>be cashier and deal with customers from a rough area
>hep, aids, and a multitude of other diseases run rampant in these slums
>almost the worst numbers in the entire state
>every single black woman under 50 pulls money out of their bra or underwear
>every
>single
>one
>legally i don't have to take their money due to health concerns
>mfw they try to hand me a sweaty crumpled up bunch of singles