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George Clooney meets the internet.
posted by flatluigi (89 comments total) 38 users marked this as a favorite

 
2 Girls 1 Cup ftw.

I wish I was George Clooney.
posted by WalterMitty at 5:50 PM on March 17, 2008


I wish I was George Clooney.

posted by WalterMitty at 8:50 PM on March 17 [+] [!]


Eponysterical!
posted by flatluigi at 5:54 PM on March 17, 2008 [10 favorites]


I understand why this is posted, for no reason whatsoever.
posted by humannaire at 5:55 PM on March 17, 2008


His eyes need work.
posted by maudlin at 5:55 PM on March 17, 2008


Shoulda rickrolled him.
posted by mr_roboto at 5:56 PM on March 17, 2008


I would like to see this idea applied to other famous people. Sort of like an Inside The Actor's Studio meets This Is Your Life on the internet. And instead of their favorite curse word, we find out how long they last in the 2 Girls 1 Cup Rodeo.
posted by rooftop secrets at 5:59 PM on March 17, 2008 [5 favorites]


This is a pretty great article, George Clooney is awesome and I've never even wikipedia'd 2g1c, let alone viewed it (that's not an invite to send it to me).
posted by DU at 6:02 PM on March 17, 2008


An interesting read; it is kind of a 'read and forget thing' but good enough to kill a lazy 5 minutes with. Definitely better than the usual Hollywood star interview that we're presented with (I;d rather read about Clooney googling Clooney than the usual 'pimp my movie' trash). Of course, everyone who reads this will read to the end only for his reaction to 2 Girls 1 Cup, but no one can be blamed for that, I think.
posted by Effigy2000 at 6:07 PM on March 17, 2008


I still hate that bastard.
posted by jonmc at 6:08 PM on March 17, 2008


That monkey video really is funny.
posted by Astro Zombie at 6:11 PM on March 17, 2008


Sort of like an Inside The Actor's Studio meets This Is Your Life on the internet.

Tracking the current decline of guests on that show, it will be 2016 when the 2 girls are interviewed by James Lipton. I can't imagine what profession they would not like to do.
posted by Gary at 6:28 PM on March 17, 2008 [3 favorites]


He secretly financed and executive-produced a political thriller short film called The Endgame Study in 2006.

"Never heard of that. It was so secret, I have no idea what they're talking about."


That his wikipedia article no longer lists The Endgame Study indicates some weird kind of recursivity, or something.
posted by anazgnos at 6:31 PM on March 17, 2008


I've always had a mild interest in what celebrities must think of all the bizarre stuff that people create about them. For example, I've always wondered what Brian Boitano thinks about the South Park movie.

Good read. Thanks for the link.
posted by ErWenn at 6:32 PM on March 17, 2008 [1 favorite]


Like George Clooney, I consider myself "Gay, Gay." But never "Gay, Gay, Gay."
posted by ColdChef at 6:34 PM on March 17, 2008 [4 favorites]


You know, he's right about Fabio. I'm sure Fabio's a nice enough guy, but there's just something about him that reaches in and grabs those old dinosaur structures at the base of your brain and just makes you want to impulsively attack him for no good reason.

Once, through an odd chain of circumstances, I found myself standing around the lobby of the Washington D.C. Hilton, wearing a ridiculously expensive tuxedo, with a can of pepper spray in my hand. And there came Fabio walking by. So for just an instant I was literally arm's length from Fabio with a can of pepper spray, and I really had to fight down the impulse to just raise my arm, squeeze with my thumb, and watch my life change forever.

I think that may have been what happened with the goose. I mean has anyone else ever been smacked in the face by a goose on a roller coaster? No, geese are perfectly able to avoid things like that. I think the goose was just like, "fuck, man, I'm going for it."

(Of course a couple minutes later, Jack Valenti walked by me too. Now there's the bastard I should have maced.)
posted by Naberius at 6:35 PM on March 17, 2008 [57 favorites]


And here, for everyone's pleasure is "THE GREATEST GEORGE CLOONEY STORY EVER":
He may be pulling in $12 million a picture and deified by women worldwide, but George Clooney is apparently not above digging around in cat shit for the sake of a good joke.

Actor Richard Kind (who plays Paul on "Spin City" and is a member of Clooney's inner circle) and his pet feline learned that lesson the hard way.

"Richard had this cat that he loved and adored," Ben Weiss, a "Friends" assistant director and another Clooney crony, recalls in the upcoming issue of Men's Journal. "So George would go in the bathroom, and that's where the litter box was. And there would be cat shit in there, so George would clean it up and flush it down the toilet. Then Richard would go in there and say, 'God, it's so weird. My cat hasn't taken a shit in forever.'"

This went on for days: the cat crapping, Clooney merrily scooping and flushing. And eventually, Kind grew understandably concerned.

"Richard went to the vet to get some kind of thing to make the cat go to the bathroom," says Weiss. "The poor cat. The cat's shitting, and George is still cleaning it up."

Clearly, the madness had to end. So the erstwhile "ER" star capped it off with a bang (or, more accurately, a thud).

"Finally, George stood over the cat box and took a giant shit," Weiss tells the magazine. "And finally Richard goes in there and says, 'Oh, my God! Kitty!'"

posted by ColdChef at 6:37 PM on March 17, 2008 [233 favorites]


Thank you, George.
posted by unmake at 6:38 PM on March 17, 2008 [1 favorite]


Goose?
posted by DU at 6:40 PM on March 17, 2008


It was a goose?! Holy crap, I thought it was just a sparrow or something. How is that man still alive? Remind me to never, ever get into a scrap with Fabio.
posted by ErWenn at 6:40 PM on March 17, 2008


Ah yes, this that same article where he talks about almost getting his ass kicked by Fabio. Must be pretty surreal to find yourself in the situation of almost being the guy that got beat up by Fabio.
posted by puke & cry at 6:45 PM on March 17, 2008


Oh Jesus they went to celebheights.com. They really went for the all-out crazy.

And I say that having commented there. Sharapova is 6ft3 no matter what any other asshole says.
posted by aerotive at 6:49 PM on March 17, 2008


ColdChef just won Metafilter. Games over.

# shutdown +10 "Platonic Ideal of Comment Met. Server reconfiguring as semistrainer.com. Thx for playing. Try your luck tomorrow!"
posted by bunnytricks at 6:53 PM on March 17, 2008


This article is a perfect balance of celebrity-crap-I-never-read and really entertaining article. Well done to the author, and I don't usually bother saying things like that. Terrific writing for what the subject matter was.

Also: every celebrity interview should close on 2 girls 1 cup. It'll be the new "star in a reasonably priced car."
posted by davejay at 6:55 PM on March 17, 2008 [1 favorite]


FYI, if you click "more from this author" you get this followup to the article: http://www.esquire.com/the-side/feature/george-clooney-deleted-scenes
posted by davejay at 6:58 PM on March 17, 2008 [1 favorite]


Oh, and the deleted scenes article has a video of Fabio's collision with what turned out to be a seagull.
posted by davejay at 6:59 PM on March 17, 2008


I liked this article even though I didn't want to. Such is Clooney's charm.
posted by orange swan at 7:04 PM on March 17, 2008 [1 favorite]


The author, AJ Jacobs, also wrote The Know-It-All: One Man's Humble Quest to Become the Smartest Person in the World and The Year of Living Biblically.

I first came across him from this MetaFilter post about Radical Honesty. Good stuff.
posted by WalterMitty at 7:08 PM on March 17, 2008 [1 favorite]


Hahaha... George Clooney rules
posted by bmilly at 7:20 PM on March 17, 2008


I haven't laughed this hard in a while.

George Clooney comes across as his witty old self but, god frugging damn it, A. J. Jacobs totally WINS FOR LIFE for making The Clooney watch "2 Girls 1 Cup".

FTMFW to the 10x!
posted by liza at 7:21 PM on March 17, 2008


Man, that's the douchebag who took the Bible literally for a year, and before that read the Encyclopedia. He pens a funny interview, but earlier sins are hard to forgive.
posted by graventy at 7:26 PM on March 17, 2008


That was entertaining ta.
posted by gomichild at 7:33 PM on March 17, 2008


ErWenn writes "It was a goose?! Holy crap, I thought it was just a sparrow or something. How is that man still alive? Remind me to never, ever get into a scrap with Fabio."

Well, his face is made out of BakeliteTM.
posted by krinklyfig at 7:36 PM on March 17, 2008 [1 favorite]


Also, 2 girls 1 cup is hardly the most scarring video online. Not even close. Hell, one of those videos of a guy cutting off his own dick it worse than that. I guess it's shorter than say, Squirmfest, but worse? nah.
posted by puke & cry at 7:38 PM on March 17, 2008


So now he goes to Darfur but cannot really concentrate or emphatize with plight of refugee camps, as disturbing images from internet won't let him go. "Sorry.. I was thinking.. these two girls were.. oh nevermind, carry on, so there were these attacks...", weary sigh.
posted by Free word order! at 7:41 PM on March 17, 2008 [2 favorites]


Is ball ironing expensive?
posted by homunculus at 7:59 PM on March 17, 2008


After several seconds: "It's not so bad," he says.

Three seconds later: "Oh."

Another two seconds: "Oh, my GOD! Oh, my God!! Oh, my God!"

I <3 teh Clooney my mancrush 4-eva
posted by Scoo at 8:23 PM on March 17, 2008 [2 favorites]


I never really "got" why women go gaga over George Clooney. Is it the eyes? The maturity/confidence?

puke & cry - two labmates and I were (at least outwardly) unfazed by 2 girls 1 cup.

Do you have anything specific to recommend?
posted by porpoise at 8:36 PM on March 17, 2008


Squirmfest 1 and or 2. You can find them on limewire usually. Or google for a description.
posted by puke & cry at 8:43 PM on March 17, 2008


I never really "got" why women go gaga over George Clooney. Is it the eyes? The maturity/confidence?

Yes, and yes/yes. And the charm. And the suaveness. Etc etc.
posted by Quidam at 8:50 PM on March 17, 2008


I wish I were George Clooney.
posted by BitterOldPunk at 8:56 PM on March 17, 2008


I thought 2 girls 1 cup had been trumped by 3 girls finger painting.
posted by dobbs at 8:57 PM on March 17, 2008


4. But who's counting.

And yes, after this fpp, the curiosity got to me, and I swear 2g1c shut my brain down for a good five minutes in self-defence.
posted by Durn Bronzefist at 9:03 PM on March 17, 2008


puke & cry - intruiging. From the first google hit, it could either turn out artsy or just plain degrading.

I guess it depends on whether the person consuming, food byproducts, did it of their own volition.
posted by porpoise at 9:03 PM on March 17, 2008


DUDE.
posted by Durn Bronzefist at 9:06 PM on March 17, 2008


I wonder if there are other articles about celebrities online that people can post to Metafilter?
posted by LarryC at 9:07 PM on March 17, 2008


BAH, he's not mere a celebrity, he's GEORGE CLOONEY.
posted by Scoo at 9:42 PM on March 17, 2008


Ahh, puke & cry, way to keep it eponysterical.
posted by graventy at 9:45 PM on March 17, 2008


BME Pain Olympics > 2 Girls 1 Cup
posted by 31d1 at 10:04 PM on March 17, 2008


Needs more bobblehead.
posted by bwg at 10:11 PM on March 17, 2008


I guess you could through the 'not even doom music' clip in there too.
posted by puke & cry at 10:17 PM on March 17, 2008


err, "throw".
posted by puke & cry at 10:18 PM on March 17, 2008


Son of a bitch. Son of a fucking bitch.

It is my sacred and holy duty to hate people like George Clooney, and then you people go around linking to articles about him that have a neat premise, very good writing, and actually make him look like a decent grounded human being despite his status.

Goddamnit! This is intolerable behavior!
posted by Ryvar at 10:47 PM on March 17, 2008 [9 favorites]


Leave Fabio alone!
posted by whir at 10:50 PM on March 17, 2008 [1 favorite]


Clooney roars with laughter. "He just smells it and goes woooah and flops off the side. That always kills me."

That monkey got America through some tough times.
posted by dgaicun at 10:56 PM on March 17, 2008 [5 favorites]


oh no, there's a '4 girls fingerpainting' too. what DO these ladies eat???

wait, nevermind.
posted by CitizenD at 10:56 PM on March 17, 2008


I'm not above admitting my mancrush on Clooney. Very fun read, thanks flatluigi!
posted by Alvy Ampersand at 11:03 PM on March 17, 2008


Any man who wants to be suave wants to be George Clooney. And any man who lived through the 80s would forgive him for The Facts of Life because it was the 80s.
posted by DonnieSticks at 11:15 PM on March 17, 2008


Whoa. That interview totally made him seem like a relatable human being.
posted by ignignokt at 11:26 PM on March 17, 2008


Yeah, George Clooney's hot, does charity work, is hot, makes interesting movies, etc...wait, what? watching 2girls1cup? Finally an interview I haven't read already.
posted by librarylis at 11:37 PM on March 17, 2008


In the abstract, you'd think that 'build an interview around stuff off the internet' means 'lazy hack'. Most times, it is. But not here, where the established celeb-interview template is worn down like buggy-tracks on the Oregon trail. Of course, it helps that Clooney is game for it, but that's because he's George frickin' Clooney.

I demand that the next Democratic candidates' debate follows the exact same format.
posted by holgate at 11:40 PM on March 17, 2008 [1 favorite]


I'm intrigued by his responses to the list of alleged exes. He lived with Mrs. Travolta (presumably prior to her marriage) but what does he mean when his response to Renee Zellweger is "a little bit"? He dated her a little bit? What is "a little bit" in the world of a notorious Hollywood playboy?

This needs a follow-up. And if I ever meet George Clooney and can ask but one question, that will be it.

Plus, I would so be in the fanclub for The Peacemaker. They used the bomb to blow up the bomb. Priceless!
posted by Dreama at 12:39 AM on March 18, 2008


I almost didn't read this because I'm not a huge fan of George Clooney or anything (but I do like him). I'm glad I did, I haven't laughed that hard in a while. That was great.
posted by Nattie at 2:15 AM on March 18, 2008


Who is this George Clooney person? Is this something I would have to have a TV to understand? [because, you know, Metafilter]
posted by moonbiter at 4:44 AM on March 18, 2008


So that trip to Darfur is secret in the sense that it's mentioned in Esquire.
posted by shakespeherian at 6:05 AM on March 18, 2008


All of my life, I've wanted to one day be the guy my friends would point to if anyone asked them "who do you think is most like a modern day Cary Grant?" It would take more money than I currently make to keep up the lifestyle, but I felt confident I would achieve it one day. One day I could have the dapper suits, the clean cut hair and the wink-nod way about me to just be THAT fucking classy. (Chances are, it would involve me saying "fucking" a lot less often) But god damn it, it will never happen, because George Clooney exists.
posted by shmegegge at 8:35 AM on March 18, 2008 [1 favorite]


My favorite Clooney story about waking up to an earthquake in '99.

"It was a beauty and it scared the s**t out of me. I came running out of the house naked with my pig, MAX - he was naked too.

"And my buddy BEN, who was in the guesthouse down below, came running out naked with a gun, because he thought someone was breaking in. And we were hiding in the lattice-work at the front of the house.

"So were are naked, like this, and my biggest fear was that we
would end up getting killed and they would find two naked guys, a pig and a gun. It would have been the end of my career even if I'd survived, because it would have been on one of those entertainment cable channels - 'True Hollywood Stories!' or something. Horrifying!"
posted by pwb503 at 8:37 AM on March 18, 2008 [19 favorites]


Fun! Thanks!
posted by onlyconnect at 9:05 AM on March 18, 2008


... to just be THAT fucking classy... But god damn it, it will never happen, because George Clooney exists.

Yes, I'm debating with myself which was Clooney's classiest, Cary Grant-like moment from that interview and stories in this thread: was it the comment about the wrinkles in his nutsack; when he had an endurance contest watching sex actors eat eachother's shit straight from the tap, or when he took a dump in a litter box?

To the extent such a thing as 'classiness' exists in romantic theory, it won't be found, in practice, in our adolescent, Peter Pan worshipping, frat-boy culture.
posted by dgaicun at 9:33 AM on March 18, 2008 [1 favorite]


nonsense, that guy's classy as hell and you're just too much of a curmudgeon to realize it.
posted by shmegegge at 11:07 AM on March 18, 2008


Hey, I'm just as much a part of the Beavis Borg as anyone else. I'll grant that Clooney has the adult good looks of a classic film actor (while all other leading men these days have boyish faces that persist into their 30s and 40s). But the approximate idea of class is restraint and refinement in tastes in manners: in a word, "adultness". Chortling about booze, no-no parts, and scat like you are 20, is pretty much, by definition, the antithesis of class. It's, well, prole. Clooney's frat manners are a perfect illustration of Paul Fussell's "prole drift", the universal acid of American class erosion.

Clooney is charming. But not charming in a classy way. A rich, handsome movie star that acted charming in the same way that Barack Obama is charming (instead of in the way an Internet nerd or college athlete is charming) would have class. But the incentive structure is no longer in place to create those kind of people. Especially not entertainers, but even our dignitaries. (e.g. George "Turd Blossom" Bush, and Bill "Big Mac" Clinton).
posted by dgaicun at 12:00 PM on March 18, 2008


Well, Cary Grant, y’know, wasn’t a British lord or anything. The man dropped acid and mused about tripping balls.

I think I’m Clooney’s evil twin. We have a lot of the same mannerisms, similar speech patterns, I’m told I look like him (really, he looks like me). I have to say I’m a bit more rustic, bit bigger. Very similar sense of humor - we both love practical jokes. And that cat story....I did something very similar with my buddy’s cat except from the other end (my buddy decided his cat was too fat so started feeding it less and less, meanwhile, every time I’m at the house I’m secreting massive amounts of cat food and treats in hidden cat only accessible cachets around the house. They took the cat to the vet. Stopped feeding it altogether for a week. Cat gained 3 pounds. I stopped, cat lost weight, but meowed like hell for food for months).
Creepy to hear about stuff like that.
College buddy of mine actually saw his evil twin and was weirded out for months (exact same face, bone structure, mannerisms, etc, except my buddy had blond hair, this guy had black hair and a big Frankenstein scar across his forehead) He got drunk a couple times just chewing it over.
Hmmm...I’ve got to go meet George Clooney some time.
posted by Smedleyman at 12:05 PM on March 18, 2008 [4 favorites]


I love his reaction to the Facebook haters group:

Clooney dictates and I type:

That's bullshit. He looks great for a 70-year-old.

posted by Halloween Jack at 12:26 PM on March 18, 2008 [1 favorite]


And this is my favorite George Clooney story. I think it may have been linked long ago on this very website.

One day in 2000, George Clooney learned that Elle magazine had printed a story claiming that one of the stars of Terrence Malick’s The Thin Red Line liked to smell women’s armpits. That much was true. Unfortunately, however, editors had “mistakenly” entitled the article “Don’t Date George Clooney.” Clooney was not amused. The pit-sniffer, he noted, had told the interviewer “I never go east of the 405” (the San Diego Freeway) and he was certainly not a snob.

“I went out to dinner with one of the actors in the movie, John Cusack,” Clooney later recalled. “We’re at Mr. Chow’s, and we’re sitting there going, ‘Who is it?’ We come to the conclusion it’s this one actor. That’s got to be it. Then I say, ‘Let’s go get a drink.’ We go to Jones [a West Hollywood watering hole], and [Cusack] follows me. And as he gets out at the valet, he goes, ‘I can’t believe I came all the way over here. I never go east of the 405!’”

Clooney’s reaction? “I turned around and said, ‘You fuck! You slimy, sneaky, armpit-sniffing fuck!’”


more

still more
posted by granted at 12:28 PM on March 18, 2008 [6 favorites]


"And The Peacemaker, of course. Someday, a group of people will discover that one and give me a posthumous award for that."

I've always found Clooney to have a great sense of humor. This line clinches that.

But as much as I like him (and I really do, he has been in some of my very favorite films), he should be beaten for Batman and Robin. In fact, everyone involved in that film should get caned like a vandal in Singapore.

I've seen bad films, hell I've enjoyed bad films, but usually what makes them awful is a failure in the script or budget or cast or something. The A-list stars, the money, and the franchise itself all coming together to make Batman and Robin what it was is the reason that I consider it to be the very worst movie ever made.
posted by quin at 12:53 PM on March 18, 2008


But the approximate idea of class is restraint and refinement in tastes in manners: in a word, "adultness".

Nonsense. the approximate idea of class is restraint and refinement in situations where the opposite seem to be the rule. case in point: george clooney making fun of himself, however vulgarly, when presented for the first time with the festering hole that is the internet. it would have been easy for him to say something obnoxious about the youtube commenters, or the people on the clooney hatred site. you know, much like you or I would have done. but no, he used it as an opportunity to poke fun at his apparent age. that, my good man, is class. maybe it's not class in a jane austen sense, but it certainly is in a winston churchill and cary grant sense. grant, lest we forget, is the first person on film to use the word gay to mean homosexual, and it was an ad-libbed line he uttered to refer to himself wearing a dress. as mentioned above, he also wrote a stirring article in support of lsd. consider the orange dance scene in Charade, and remember my definition: restraint and refinement in situations where the opposite seem to be the rule.
posted by shmegegge at 1:55 PM on March 18, 2008 [2 favorites]


it would have been easy for him to say something obnoxious about the youtube commenters, or the people on the clooney hatred site. you know, much like you or I would have done.

Ha, well, even I feel enough self-satisfied superiority over YouTube commenters that I wouldn't feel the need to justify myself to them. Is it surprising that George Clooney doesn't feel the slightest insecurity in the face of sad, bloviating net trolls? That doesn't demand class, it's just an alpha male who is fully aware of his secure place in the social pecking order. The reason Internet people are so sensitive to meaningless personal slights, is precisely because so many occupy a place of such precarious social status.

Anyway, I didn't suggest Clooney is classless. I just don't think he's far above the average person, or even his peers, in representing it. He is handsome and charming, but not terribly classy by any absolute standard. But, yes, maybe compared to people on Youtube and the wider Internet, he is Winston Churchill.
posted by dgaicun at 3:06 PM on March 18, 2008


look, we obviously disagree about this. I'm afraid, since neither of us seems likely to flame out, that there's only one thing for it.

PISTOLS AT DAWN!
posted by shmegegge at 3:08 PM on March 18, 2008


Lest it seem that my only takeaway from this post was, ahem, 2g1c, I agree the article was excellent, and Clooney, well, he's the man.
posted by Durn Bronzefist at 4:23 PM on March 18, 2008


I am so doing that cat shit thing.

Weird. I never really thought I would say that exact sentence.
posted by tehloki at 6:14 PM on March 18, 2008 [1 favorite]


Is ball ironing expensive?

Yes, but you can get the same effect with a Scrotox injection. Much cheaper.
posted by Tenuki at 2:14 AM on March 19, 2008 [2 favorites]


Funny stuff... thanks for posting it.
posted by ph00dz at 7:11 AM on March 19, 2008


George Clooney starred in my favorite movie. Damn! We're in a tight spot.

Ha ha ha
posted by danb at 8:28 AM on March 19, 2008


My favorite George Clooney story:

My daughter Space Kitten worked as an extra on Solaris. She worked her way over to the better craft services table in search of the good snacks. After playing elbow war with Mr. Clooney for the last of the Kit-Kats, she said, "My mom says hello." He looks her up and down, searching for resemblence to anyone he may know and says "Give your mom my regards."

Now if only she'd given him my phone number....
posted by Space Kitty at 9:25 PM on March 19, 2008


I have his regards.
posted by Space Kitty at 9:26 PM on March 19, 2008 [3 favorites]


Clooney rocks; I got my grey hair cut short because I wanted to be just like him.
posted by willmize at 7:25 AM on March 20, 2008


Re: the Greatest George Clooney Story Ever:

I was telling this story to my roommate Autumn the other night, and she immediately knew the punchline. Surprised, I asked if she'd seen this story about The Cloon.

As it turns out, she'd heard this story years ago, when she was in college. However, rather than Ben Weiss and The Cloon, her version involved her friend Shawn and his former roommate.

But that would have been around 2000 AD, which is when the Cloon story appeared online. So it's possible that Shawn's roommate told him a stolen story, replacing George Clooney with himself.

I only mention this to see if anyone else knows of permutations of this story; I'm wondering if it might be one of those free-floating rumors that the Cloon somehow got affixed to, in the same way that no one knows who wrote the "Jesus where are footprints be at Oh yeah I was carrying you LOL" poem.
posted by Greg Nog at 8:54 AM on March 21, 2008 [2 favorites]


FWIW: I heard George Clooney tell the cat story on the Dennis Miller show on HBO, I've never seen Miller laugh that hard...I think it was back in the 90's. I've told people the story for years (always attributing it to George Clooney, because that's what makes it funny).
posted by ColdChef at 8:46 PM on March 21, 2008


All right, good to know. Good to know.
posted by Greg Nog at 6:36 AM on March 22, 2008


The 2 Girls 1 Cup Defense
posted by homunculus at 3:10 PM on April 14, 2008


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