Gloryhole is not really a NY thing, unless we talking about the gay community. Most people say Arizona is where it is at.
Friday, July 18, 2014
Saturday, March 8, 2014
99 bottles of beer, came through with bottle opener Your computer you need to change your toner. That boy got about a hundred thousand dollas on his wrist That bish said she never been kissed You aint gotta worry about that boy God said he ball like Randy Foye He gots a Shark that glows in the dark that watches him have sex in the park Get your Fried Rice Tempura eating ass out here I can straight up cry and still never shead a tear.
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
we've come to know as "The Flu Game" — Michael Jordan fighting off a 103-degree fever on June 11, 1997, to pour in 38 points, grab seven rebounds, dish five assists and hit a game-sealing 3-pointer in his 44th minute of play to beat the Utah Jazz in Game 5 of the NBA finals — still stands as one of the truly legendary and memorable performances in the career of the greatest basketball player of all-time. (The fifth-best, by our reckoning.) It's been studied, dissected, discussed and immortalized in video-game form — over the past 16 years, fans of the Chicago Bulls and the NBA have had a million different ways to relive M.J.'s iconic performance, which put the Bulls one win away from the fifth NBA title of his career.