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Can you imagine how much coke is being blasted right now?
The difference between a child and a bag of coke is clapton would never let the coke fall out a hotel window.
This picture makes me not want to go see Django Unchained.
Jesus Christ McCartney is pitiful.
no way helter skelter melted faces. 0-3 since.
Sweet fucking hat tarantino. Stick to directing movies and not showing yourself you illdressed cunt.
That gif you posted is amazing. if only i could figure out how to send that to my black friend.
tarantino has to wear that VIP lanyard because there is no way security would be convinced he was a celebrity dressed like that
If this picture was taken in 1860, I’m pretty sure Jamie Foxx would be making the same exact face. Just make sure he whistles while he brings your food, so you know he is not eating it in the kitchen.
@burger, got a chuckle out of your comment, only because friend did not have an s on the end of it
You guys really gonna go at Tarantino? When you have that much money you wear whatever the fuck you want. Fuck outta here you idiots.
Foxx was born making that face. Django Unwatched.
dcubbz is a pussy and kbsmoka – right on. Wu-wear for life son, you pussy ass bitches couldn’t rock Kangol or Wu-wear..shit is too old school; facebook wouldn’t allow you to post it to your account. Stick to your neon green nikes and fuck right off.
You’re right, I wouldn’t rock kangol or wu-wear…because I’m an adult.
that gif is amazing
Adults don’t follow barstool sports pal. If you were an ‘adult’ you’d be subscribing to wsjonline and ranting about the derivatives market. You’re not an adult, you’re a fucking asshole who wants to be the mature guy on barstool sports. newsflash: you’re a fucking dutch just like me and the rest of the stoolies, bra. And don’t talk shit about Clapton, what would you want coke or a baby? O wait, your an adult. stupid question
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