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#150 - how exactly do you think they got "hot and flirt worthy&q… 02/04/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) 0
#149 - awful awful awful place.. a friend wanted me to go with them t…  [+] (14 new replies) 02/04/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) +1
User avatar #162 - swimmingprodigy (02/04/2014) [-]
a warning for doing what?
#349 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
pretty much for lifting.. they said that I was "making other patrons uncomfortable" - not being loud, no slamming weights, basically was just told to GTFO for being big (not in a douchey self absorbed way, i'm over 6'5 and sometimes people get intimdated) and for having any idea what I was doing
User avatar #585 - swimmingprodigy (02/04/2014) [-]
I heard that they don't allow deadlifts



Wtf kind of gym doesn't allow deadlifts? That's like one of the basic exercises
#587 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
yep no deadlifts. some of the smaller branches have no free weights at all
User avatar #591 - swimmingprodigy (02/04/2014) [-]
hah. haha. No free weights. But that's the best way to work out (imo) because it works all of the tiny muscles just to keep the weight balanced. What is this bullshittery
#596 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
nigga thats the only way to work out! basically its not a gym. its a haven for people that have no idea the fuck they are doing to feel good about themselves by accomplishing nothing
User avatar #601 - swimmingprodigy (02/05/2014) [-]
glad we share similar views/opinions.

I only started lifting a little over a month ago and I used to be one of those machine people too; essentially I had no idea wtf I was doing. But then I went on the internet and read some info and now all I do is squats, deadlifts, bench press, pullups, pushups, and crunches. Free weights ftw
#602 - ncsutroll (02/05/2014) [-]
I started as a sophomore in highschool and that was damn near 8 years ago.. life gets in the way sometimes but I do wonder sometimes how big I would have got if I never had to take breaks for injuries and final exams and things of that nature
User avatar #603 - swimmingprodigy (02/05/2014) [-]
Oh I have no hope for that now; I'm 19, 5'10" and 140 lbs. I have a ridiculously fast metabolism so it's damn near impossible to put on weight, no matter how much I eat or whey protein I drink. I'm just working out to get cut cuz that's the only thing that happens to me
#604 - ncsutroll (02/05/2014) [-]
regardless of your metabolism do the right workouts and take in the right amount of protein and your muscle fibers have to repair themselves regardless. no reason you can't gain 20-25lbs of muscle within a couple years
User avatar #605 - swimmingprodigy (02/05/2014) [-]
I'll keep at it! All just a matter of time now.

Question; do you take preworkout? Given my stats that you now know, do you think that I should? I know what it does, I'm just wondering if you think I need it?
#606 - ncsutroll (02/05/2014) [-]
personal preference. I never took anything for preworkout, the less crap you put in your body the better. basic creatine or whey protein post workout is fine but a large majority of other products are unhealthy as shit
User avatar #607 - swimmingprodigy (02/05/2014) [-]
I had creatine but stopped taking it because I read that it mainly just makes you put on water weight.

I've also tried various whey proteins but for some reason they all taste so bad to me that I very nearly puke; I dont know if maybe Im lactose intolerant or something. I've tried vanilla and cookies n cream; next one I'll try is triple chocolate. If taht doesn't work, hopefully I can find a strawberry one or something. Whatever, I just need the protein to help me bulk.
#608 - ncsutroll (02/05/2014) [-]
in the short term creatine does add to your water weight, long term however it helps your system recover and rebuild the fibers faster, which is your goal. as far as the whey making you just about puke, its not supposed to taste good but thats interesting its affecting you that way. mix with water instead of milk and just chug it down, look for the most generic brand you can, no extra flavors etc needed.

www.gnc.com/GNC-Pro-Performance-100-Whey-Protein-Naturally-Unflavored/product.jsp?productId=13164543&cp=3593186.3593187.2108294

something like that, 100% unflavored whey. tastes like ass but does what its supposed to
#146 - yep. that is when they get dropkicked 02/04/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) 0
#145 - I do not judge based on somebodies strength. I judge based on … 02/04/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) 0
#143 - "we're the cheapest gym around! except you can't make noi…  [+] (16 new replies) 02/04/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) +2
#147 - thechampion (02/04/2014) [-]
I've never been in one of them personally, but if i did i would set off there lunk alarm just for shits
#149 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
awful awful awful place.. a friend wanted me to go with them to teach them.. it was free because he had the gold pass or whatever.. it took about 3 minutes for one of their workers to come give me a "warning"
User avatar #162 - swimmingprodigy (02/04/2014) [-]
a warning for doing what?
#349 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
pretty much for lifting.. they said that I was "making other patrons uncomfortable" - not being loud, no slamming weights, basically was just told to GTFO for being big (not in a douchey self absorbed way, i'm over 6'5 and sometimes people get intimdated) and for having any idea what I was doing
User avatar #585 - swimmingprodigy (02/04/2014) [-]
I heard that they don't allow deadlifts



Wtf kind of gym doesn't allow deadlifts? That's like one of the basic exercises
#587 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
yep no deadlifts. some of the smaller branches have no free weights at all
User avatar #591 - swimmingprodigy (02/04/2014) [-]
hah. haha. No free weights. But that's the best way to work out (imo) because it works all of the tiny muscles just to keep the weight balanced. What is this bullshittery
#596 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
nigga thats the only way to work out! basically its not a gym. its a haven for people that have no idea the fuck they are doing to feel good about themselves by accomplishing nothing
User avatar #601 - swimmingprodigy (02/05/2014) [-]
glad we share similar views/opinions.

I only started lifting a little over a month ago and I used to be one of those machine people too; essentially I had no idea wtf I was doing. But then I went on the internet and read some info and now all I do is squats, deadlifts, bench press, pullups, pushups, and crunches. Free weights ftw
#602 - ncsutroll (02/05/2014) [-]
I started as a sophomore in highschool and that was damn near 8 years ago.. life gets in the way sometimes but I do wonder sometimes how big I would have got if I never had to take breaks for injuries and final exams and things of that nature
User avatar #603 - swimmingprodigy (02/05/2014) [-]
Oh I have no hope for that now; I'm 19, 5'10" and 140 lbs. I have a ridiculously fast metabolism so it's damn near impossible to put on weight, no matter how much I eat or whey protein I drink. I'm just working out to get cut cuz that's the only thing that happens to me
#604 - ncsutroll (02/05/2014) [-]
regardless of your metabolism do the right workouts and take in the right amount of protein and your muscle fibers have to repair themselves regardless. no reason you can't gain 20-25lbs of muscle within a couple years
User avatar #605 - swimmingprodigy (02/05/2014) [-]
I'll keep at it! All just a matter of time now.

Question; do you take preworkout? Given my stats that you now know, do you think that I should? I know what it does, I'm just wondering if you think I need it?
#606 - ncsutroll (02/05/2014) [-]
personal preference. I never took anything for preworkout, the less crap you put in your body the better. basic creatine or whey protein post workout is fine but a large majority of other products are unhealthy as shit
User avatar #607 - swimmingprodigy (02/05/2014) [-]
I had creatine but stopped taking it because I read that it mainly just makes you put on water weight.

I've also tried various whey proteins but for some reason they all taste so bad to me that I very nearly puke; I dont know if maybe Im lactose intolerant or something. I've tried vanilla and cookies n cream; next one I'll try is triple chocolate. If taht doesn't work, hopefully I can find a strawberry one or something. Whatever, I just need the protein to help me bulk.
#608 - ncsutroll (02/05/2014) [-]
in the short term creatine does add to your water weight, long term however it helps your system recover and rebuild the fibers faster, which is your goal. as far as the whey making you just about puke, its not supposed to taste good but thats interesting its affecting you that way. mix with water instead of milk and just chug it down, look for the most generic brand you can, no extra flavors etc needed.

www.gnc.com/GNC-Pro-Performance-100-Whey-Protein-Naturally-Unflavored/product.jsp?productId=13164543&cp=3593186.3593187.2108294

something like that, 100% unflavored whey. tastes like ass but does what its supposed to
#132 - I ******* hate the fact that place exists.  [+] (18 new replies) 02/04/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) +1
#137 - thechampion (02/04/2014) [-]
i knowww screw that place
#143 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
"we're the cheapest gym around! except you can't make noise, or look like you have any muscle definition, or know what you're doing, or we'll throw you the fuck out!"
#147 - thechampion (02/04/2014) [-]
I've never been in one of them personally, but if i did i would set off there lunk alarm just for shits
#149 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
awful awful awful place.. a friend wanted me to go with them to teach them.. it was free because he had the gold pass or whatever.. it took about 3 minutes for one of their workers to come give me a "warning"
User avatar #162 - swimmingprodigy (02/04/2014) [-]
a warning for doing what?
#349 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
pretty much for lifting.. they said that I was "making other patrons uncomfortable" - not being loud, no slamming weights, basically was just told to GTFO for being big (not in a douchey self absorbed way, i'm over 6'5 and sometimes people get intimdated) and for having any idea what I was doing
User avatar #585 - swimmingprodigy (02/04/2014) [-]
I heard that they don't allow deadlifts



Wtf kind of gym doesn't allow deadlifts? That's like one of the basic exercises
#587 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
yep no deadlifts. some of the smaller branches have no free weights at all
User avatar #591 - swimmingprodigy (02/04/2014) [-]
hah. haha. No free weights. But that's the best way to work out (imo) because it works all of the tiny muscles just to keep the weight balanced. What is this bullshittery
#596 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
nigga thats the only way to work out! basically its not a gym. its a haven for people that have no idea the fuck they are doing to feel good about themselves by accomplishing nothing
User avatar #601 - swimmingprodigy (02/05/2014) [-]
glad we share similar views/opinions.

I only started lifting a little over a month ago and I used to be one of those machine people too; essentially I had no idea wtf I was doing. But then I went on the internet and read some info and now all I do is squats, deadlifts, bench press, pullups, pushups, and crunches. Free weights ftw
#602 - ncsutroll (02/05/2014) [-]
I started as a sophomore in highschool and that was damn near 8 years ago.. life gets in the way sometimes but I do wonder sometimes how big I would have got if I never had to take breaks for injuries and final exams and things of that nature
User avatar #603 - swimmingprodigy (02/05/2014) [-]
Oh I have no hope for that now; I'm 19, 5'10" and 140 lbs. I have a ridiculously fast metabolism so it's damn near impossible to put on weight, no matter how much I eat or whey protein I drink. I'm just working out to get cut cuz that's the only thing that happens to me
#604 - ncsutroll (02/05/2014) [-]
regardless of your metabolism do the right workouts and take in the right amount of protein and your muscle fibers have to repair themselves regardless. no reason you can't gain 20-25lbs of muscle within a couple years
User avatar #605 - swimmingprodigy (02/05/2014) [-]
I'll keep at it! All just a matter of time now.

Question; do you take preworkout? Given my stats that you now know, do you think that I should? I know what it does, I'm just wondering if you think I need it?
#606 - ncsutroll (02/05/2014) [-]
personal preference. I never took anything for preworkout, the less crap you put in your body the better. basic creatine or whey protein post workout is fine but a large majority of other products are unhealthy as shit
User avatar #607 - swimmingprodigy (02/05/2014) [-]
I had creatine but stopped taking it because I read that it mainly just makes you put on water weight.

I've also tried various whey proteins but for some reason they all taste so bad to me that I very nearly puke; I dont know if maybe Im lactose intolerant or something. I've tried vanilla and cookies n cream; next one I'll try is triple chocolate. If taht doesn't work, hopefully I can find a strawberry one or something. Whatever, I just need the protein to help me bulk.
#608 - ncsutroll (02/05/2014) [-]
in the short term creatine does add to your water weight, long term however it helps your system recover and rebuild the fibers faster, which is your goal. as far as the whey making you just about puke, its not supposed to taste good but thats interesting its affecting you that way. mix with water instead of milk and just chug it down, look for the most generic brand you can, no extra flavors etc needed.

www.gnc.com/GNC-Pro-Performance-100-Whey-Protein-Naturally-Unflavored/product.jsp?productId=13164543&cp=3593186.3593187.2108294

something like that, 100% unflavored whey. tastes like ass but does what its supposed to
#128 - ^^ THIS if you are on one of three bench platforms (n… 02/04/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) 0
#125 - fair enough, just better to get an idea of what you're doing a…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/04/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) 0
#173 - skorchy (02/04/2014) [-]
Welp I'm assuming you lift, so I'm hoping you can help me out here.

Basically advice on what I should work on/workouts I should do? Also the areas circled in red (no idea what the fuck those are called), how can I tone/do something with them? They're kinda just... there?

I'm also pretty skinny, like, my ribs stick out grossly whenever I bench. What ways would you suggest to bulk up and fill out certain areas to make it look less starved? (I have a really fast metabolism. I can eat garbage all day long and not gain a pound). What would you suggest eating to help?

I'm not looking to become super-hulk jesus christ lift4days, just more comfortable/ fit.

If you can help, much appreciated. If not, no biggie!
(pardon the paleness, we can't fix that, I'm a ginger)
#460 - Absolute Madman (02/04/2014) [-]
biceps. always biceps

go get training
#358 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
as far as the ribs sticking out when you bench, a lot of times thats tough shit, its the way your body is built. I'm 6'5 300lbs and my ribs stick out when I'm benching. can't do anything to fix your bone structure. the biggest thing you need to focus on right now is establishing a routine and learning what you can about the way certain muscle groups interact with each other. say if you lift monday-friday each day has an assigned task - monday upper body tuesday lower wednesday core thursday alternative upper friday alternate lower. from a nutritional standpoint, you don't need to go in to GNC and wipe out the whole store. since your metabolism is crazy fast just to start out I'd recommend some basic minimal additive whey protein. Try to start making yourself eat more meals but smaller meals throughout the day. at the end of the day we are still animals and designed to graze throughout the way rather than gorge ourselves three times a day. things that are readily available to add to your diet for gains are eggs, lean meats, fish, peanuts, almonds, peanut butter, make sure you keep a healthy mix of vegatables and fruits too or all the protein will stop your ass up
#352 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
the areas circled are called the obliques, you can and should work them with any core workout. typically lifts and movements that cause you to torque your upper body are beneficial here. medicine ball twists, directional situps, etc. another thing you can do to work those (*note, you will look like a shithead) is hold a dumbell in each hand, doesnt need to be too heavy, and essentially move your torso back and forth so that the weights are going up and down without using your arms, simply use your core by dipping one shoulder at a time, the weights should be moving up and down roughly 6-12" depending on arm length, not over exaggerated motions
User avatar #204 - kinggrantb (02/04/2014) [-]
I'm a nutrition science major at UGA and a fit person. For a beginner, it doesn't really matter that much. The harder you work, the better your results. Bodybuilding.com has plenty of free workouts and advice. (I would avoid any type of supplementation, including protein. For 99.9% of the population it's unnecessary.) do some research on the matter.
#272 - skorchy (02/04/2014) [-]
Much appreciated! Forming a workout routine now to work out all areas, thanks!
#123 - sometimes it just kinda comes out on a 1RM 02/04/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) +1
#120 - I wish that was true. gym here is still a ******** of p… 02/04/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) 0
#119 - it definitely does help a lot of people. best of luck to you, …  [+] (10 new replies) 02/04/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) 0
#122 - skorchy (02/04/2014) [-]
I try not to bother other people minding their own business. I usually google shit I don't understand when I get home.
#486 - ZTerminator (02/04/2014) [-]
User avatar #329 - approval (02/04/2014) [-]
I'm with you on that one. I rather lift alone and I'm lucky that my place of employment has a gym in the plant. I usually go at times where no one is around just so I can be alone and do my work out at my pace.
#125 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
fair enough, just better to get an idea of what you're doing and why you're doing it at the time rather than getting hurt. your best bet is to do a little research on the main muscle groups you're trying to improve and form yourself a workout based on those needs
#173 - skorchy (02/04/2014) [-]
Welp I'm assuming you lift, so I'm hoping you can help me out here.

Basically advice on what I should work on/workouts I should do? Also the areas circled in red (no idea what the fuck those are called), how can I tone/do something with them? They're kinda just... there?

I'm also pretty skinny, like, my ribs stick out grossly whenever I bench. What ways would you suggest to bulk up and fill out certain areas to make it look less starved? (I have a really fast metabolism. I can eat garbage all day long and not gain a pound). What would you suggest eating to help?

I'm not looking to become super-hulk jesus christ lift4days, just more comfortable/ fit.

If you can help, much appreciated. If not, no biggie!
(pardon the paleness, we can't fix that, I'm a ginger)
#460 - Absolute Madman (02/04/2014) [-]
biceps. always biceps

go get training
#358 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
as far as the ribs sticking out when you bench, a lot of times thats tough shit, its the way your body is built. I'm 6'5 300lbs and my ribs stick out when I'm benching. can't do anything to fix your bone structure. the biggest thing you need to focus on right now is establishing a routine and learning what you can about the way certain muscle groups interact with each other. say if you lift monday-friday each day has an assigned task - monday upper body tuesday lower wednesday core thursday alternative upper friday alternate lower. from a nutritional standpoint, you don't need to go in to GNC and wipe out the whole store. since your metabolism is crazy fast just to start out I'd recommend some basic minimal additive whey protein. Try to start making yourself eat more meals but smaller meals throughout the day. at the end of the day we are still animals and designed to graze throughout the way rather than gorge ourselves three times a day. things that are readily available to add to your diet for gains are eggs, lean meats, fish, peanuts, almonds, peanut butter, make sure you keep a healthy mix of vegatables and fruits too or all the protein will stop your ass up
#352 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
the areas circled are called the obliques, you can and should work them with any core workout. typically lifts and movements that cause you to torque your upper body are beneficial here. medicine ball twists, directional situps, etc. another thing you can do to work those (*note, you will look like a shithead) is hold a dumbell in each hand, doesnt need to be too heavy, and essentially move your torso back and forth so that the weights are going up and down without using your arms, simply use your core by dipping one shoulder at a time, the weights should be moving up and down roughly 6-12" depending on arm length, not over exaggerated motions
User avatar #204 - kinggrantb (02/04/2014) [-]
I'm a nutrition science major at UGA and a fit person. For a beginner, it doesn't really matter that much. The harder you work, the better your results. Bodybuilding.com has plenty of free workouts and advice. (I would avoid any type of supplementation, including protein. For 99.9% of the population it's unnecessary.) do some research on the matter.
#272 - skorchy (02/04/2014) [-]
Much appreciated! Forming a workout routine now to work out all areas, thanks!
#118 - I'd like to add one... lifting with a friend is a gr… 02/04/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) 0
#322 - only problem i have with this one is making fun of the guy say… 02/04/2014 on Stupid Shit You Hear in the... 0
#113 - i find this comment horribly depressing :|  [+] (12 new replies) 02/04/2014 on Proper Gym Etiquette (OC) 0
#115 - skorchy (02/04/2014) [-]
Nah. I mean I have a chemical imbalance causing anxiety and depression (inb4 red thumbs hurr durr claiming mental problems) and I'm looking towards lifting because a lot of people say it helps.
#119 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
it definitely does help a lot of people. best of luck to you, if you can build yourself up to do it maybe try reaching out to somebody there to help you learn the basics, some people are shitheads but if you're really trying I always do what I can to help
#122 - skorchy (02/04/2014) [-]
I try not to bother other people minding their own business. I usually google shit I don't understand when I get home.
#486 - ZTerminator (02/04/2014) [-]
User avatar #329 - approval (02/04/2014) [-]
I'm with you on that one. I rather lift alone and I'm lucky that my place of employment has a gym in the plant. I usually go at times where no one is around just so I can be alone and do my work out at my pace.
#125 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
fair enough, just better to get an idea of what you're doing and why you're doing it at the time rather than getting hurt. your best bet is to do a little research on the main muscle groups you're trying to improve and form yourself a workout based on those needs
#173 - skorchy (02/04/2014) [-]
Welp I'm assuming you lift, so I'm hoping you can help me out here.

Basically advice on what I should work on/workouts I should do? Also the areas circled in red (no idea what the fuck those are called), how can I tone/do something with them? They're kinda just... there?

I'm also pretty skinny, like, my ribs stick out grossly whenever I bench. What ways would you suggest to bulk up and fill out certain areas to make it look less starved? (I have a really fast metabolism. I can eat garbage all day long and not gain a pound). What would you suggest eating to help?

I'm not looking to become super-hulk jesus christ lift4days, just more comfortable/ fit.

If you can help, much appreciated. If not, no biggie!
(pardon the paleness, we can't fix that, I'm a ginger)
#460 - Absolute Madman (02/04/2014) [-]
biceps. always biceps

go get training
#358 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
as far as the ribs sticking out when you bench, a lot of times thats tough shit, its the way your body is built. I'm 6'5 300lbs and my ribs stick out when I'm benching. can't do anything to fix your bone structure. the biggest thing you need to focus on right now is establishing a routine and learning what you can about the way certain muscle groups interact with each other. say if you lift monday-friday each day has an assigned task - monday upper body tuesday lower wednesday core thursday alternative upper friday alternate lower. from a nutritional standpoint, you don't need to go in to GNC and wipe out the whole store. since your metabolism is crazy fast just to start out I'd recommend some basic minimal additive whey protein. Try to start making yourself eat more meals but smaller meals throughout the day. at the end of the day we are still animals and designed to graze throughout the way rather than gorge ourselves three times a day. things that are readily available to add to your diet for gains are eggs, lean meats, fish, peanuts, almonds, peanut butter, make sure you keep a healthy mix of vegatables and fruits too or all the protein will stop your ass up
#352 - ncsutroll (02/04/2014) [-]
the areas circled are called the obliques, you can and should work them with any core workout. typically lifts and movements that cause you to torque your upper body are beneficial here. medicine ball twists, directional situps, etc. another thing you can do to work those (*note, you will look like a shithead) is hold a dumbell in each hand, doesnt need to be too heavy, and essentially move your torso back and forth so that the weights are going up and down without using your arms, simply use your core by dipping one shoulder at a time, the weights should be moving up and down roughly 6-12" depending on arm length, not over exaggerated motions
User avatar #204 - kinggrantb (02/04/2014) [-]
I'm a nutrition science major at UGA and a fit person. For a beginner, it doesn't really matter that much. The harder you work, the better your results. Bodybuilding.com has plenty of free workouts and advice. (I would avoid any type of supplementation, including protein. For 99.9% of the population it's unnecessary.) do some research on the matter.
#272 - skorchy (02/04/2014) [-]
Much appreciated! Forming a workout routine now to work out all areas, thanks!
#201 - sorry I was never quite so self absorbed to take pictures in t… 02/02/2014 on Don't Be.....(Gym edition OC) 0
#117 - 315 is pretty weak.. in highschool I was well in to the 600s  [+] (2 new replies) 02/02/2014 on Don't Be.....(Gym edition OC) 0
User avatar #183 - funnyrage (02/02/2014) [-]
tits or gtfo by tits i mean pics and by gtfo i mean didnt happen
#201 - ncsutroll (02/02/2014) [-]
sorry I was never quite so self absorbed to take pictures in the weightroom
#47 - im tired of dealing with 4 billion tons of this white ****… 02/01/2014 on SATW White wonderland +2
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#546 - I laughed at this way too much. nice lol 01/31/2014 on Cringe Compilation Part 4 +1
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#315 - by azura*  [+] (5 new replies) 01/31/2014 on Cringe Compilation Part 4 +4
#384 - joancod (01/31/2014) [-]
It's you! I can't believe it!
#385 - joancod (01/31/2014) [-]
It's the Grand Champion! Standing here!
#386 - joancod (01/31/2014) [-]
Molesting me.
#585 - Absolute Madman (02/01/2014) [-]
lol that's cool cause you start reading it in his voice and then the punchline, in his voice too
#546 - ncsutroll (01/31/2014) [-]
I laughed at this way too much. nice lol
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