How do you know that you are not kissing someone’s ass?
This looks like a consumer level gateway into the wider world of teledildonics. I’d imagine that once travel becomes prohibitively expensive, it will become more economically feasible for average consumers to afford the pro gear.
Yep, I think the Big Bang Theory’s version is better.
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… or when spending time in the fallout shelter …
Oh sorry I “accidentally” “pocket dialed” you…
Do you want roboherpes? Because that’s how you get roboherpes.
If I had a nerdcore swing revival band, I’d call it The Big Band Theory.
Anyway, The Big Bang Theory is a show about smart people for dumb people.
Pft, they had better ideas 15+ years ago:
THIS MUST HAPPEN.
There are other options:
I’m going to say it - one more day and some hours before 2016 is over…
There’s nothing that says ‘I love you’ quite like kissing a mass murdering war criminal.
And he’s still alive, because he’s too evil for 2016 to kill.
Here’s the real deal:
Yea. Because nerds are totally like a group of people who were enslaved for hundreds of years.
Yea. Because that’s exactly the parallel that’s being drawn.
I’ve had managers who totally would if it were legal
does this work for conference calls? asking for several friends.
also, telemarketing just got weirder…
##No one wants to meet “meat.”
You know what minstrel shows were, right?
I think most of us have, unfortunately…