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Found On The Web…

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9 Responses to “Found On The Web…”

  1. IOIOIOI says:

    Well that broad gets around.

  2. Goulet says:

    She graduated? Hard to believe…

  3. That’s actually quite funny. As opposed to a lot of the other things people have posted about her.

  4. Blackcloud says:

    Is this ad from before she was nominated or after? If after, it’s doesn’t mean much. But if it’s from before, that’s pretty funny.

  5. Reel1 says:

    I think it’s from before the nomination. I’m sure I’ve seen it before. Funny!

  6. IOIOIOI says:

    If only she could use her power for good. Damn. Such a waste.

  7. TVJunkie says:

    Pretty good photoshopping there. I like the puckered lips on the girl on the left.

  8. Josh Massey says:

    Wow, I thought it was pretty funny until I just read people believing it might be real. Good lord, people.

  9. hcat says:

    This is not really the point of this thread but GOD DAMN 800 POINTS, WHAT THE FUCK.

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