Emasculating Mom Wants Soy Boy Son

This is not a spoof or a satire. This shit is real:

That is the first tweet of the thread. Here is the text of the rest:

It’s a system I believe is purposefully created to disillusion white boys away from progressive/liberal perspectives.

First, the boys are inundated by memes featuring subtly racist, sexist, homophobic, anti-Semitic jokes.

Being kids, they don’t see the nuance & repeat/share.

Then they’re called out for these jokes/phrases/memes by parents, teachers, kids (mostly girls) at school & online.

The boys then feel shame & embarrassment – and shame is the force that, I believe, leads people to their worst decisions.

The second step is the boys consuming media with the “people are too sensitive” and “you can’t say anything anymore!” themes.

For these boys, this will ring true – they’re getting in trouble for “nothing”.

This narrative allows boys to shed the shame – replacing it w/anger.

And who is their anger with?

Women, feminists, liberals, people of color, gay folks, etc etc. So-called snowflakes.

And nobody is there to dismantle the “snowflake” fallacy.

These boys are being set up – they’re placed like baseballs on a tee and hit right out of the park.

And NOBODY seems to notice this happening – except, it seems, moms of teenage girls who see the bizarre harassment their daughters endure.

And, of course, moms like me who stalk our sons’ social media.

These are often boys from progressive or moderate families – but their online behavior & viewing habits are often ignored.

Here’s an early red flag: if your kid says “triggered” as a joke referring to people being sensitive, he’s already being exposed & on his way.


You can also watch political comedy shows with him, like Trevor Noah, John Oliver, Hasan Minhaj. Talk about what makes their jokes funny – who are the butt of the jokes? Do they “punch up” or down?

Our boys want funny guys to relate to. Give them John Mulaney, Hannibal Burress, Hasan Minhaj, Neal Brennan, Dave Chappelle … then TALK TO YOUR SONS about that funny shit. Break it down.

(Also give them women comics, obviously, but that’s beside the point here).

Show them that progressive comedy isn’t about being “politically correct” or safe.

It’s often about exposing oppressive systems – which is the furthest thing from “safe” or delicate as you can get.

Disprove this “snowflake” garbage once & for all.

Ask your son:

Who is more of a delicate “snowflake” – the person who gets offended by racism/sexism & actively wants to help end bigotry? Or the person who is offended by people saying happy holidays instead of merry Christmas?

Above all, we need to stay engaged & challenge our kids without shaming them.

I’m lucky, my kids are smart and have a smart, critical, progressive dad who isn’t afraid to call bullshit when he sees it.

But I’ve seen SO MANY white boys falling prey to this system. So beware.

Jeez Louise, lady, why don’t you just cut the kids balls off and get it over with? (Testicles are the point of origin for toxic masculinity) I would tell you to let the boy’s dad handle it but you probably already emasculated him.

It’s not too late for your son though.

Let your son be a boy. Learn the difference between mothering and smothering. No boy wants his mother looking thru his social media account. That is just about the worst thing you could do with a teenage boy (or girl.) If you do snoop, don’t say anything to let him know you were prying into his activities.

In my day we didn’t have social media, but I remember the time Mom was cleaning the drawer runners of my dresser and accidentally found my porn stash underneath the bottom drawer. Man, was that embarrassing!

Your son is never going to be the girl you hoped for. Back up off of him and cut the umbilical cord. Kids need to have freedom. Let the baby bird fly. Also, give him physical privacy. Install a lock and his door so he can wank undisturbed. Then he won’t monopolize the bathroom.

This may come as a surprise to you but ALL TEENAGE BOYS MASTURBATE. Gay or straight, sooner or later he’ll start pulling his pud. If he’s not wanking yet he will be soon. If your son isn’t spanking his monkey by the time he is 15 you need to have his dad take him to a doctor. He might need to take testosterone pills. But whatever you do, DON’T TALK TO HIM ABOUT IT.

Do not enter his room without knocking and waiting for him to invite you in. Walking into his room unexpectedly will result in you seeing things you did not want to see. If your son is in his room with the door locked, do not bother him. Don’t stand outside his door and ask “What are you doing in there? Why is the door locked?

There is no such thing as “excessive masturbation” by teenaged boys. Jerkin’ the gherkin several times a day is NORMAL for teenagers.

When he starts dating, STAY THE HELL OUT OF THE WAY. This is especially true as he gets older. Eventually he’ll meet a girl (assuming he’s straight) that he wants to marry. No girl wants to marry a soy boy with a domineering mother.

Last but not least, forget about all that crap about “toxic masculinity.” It is bullshit invented by toxic feminists. Repeat after me, “Having a penis is not a crime.” Nothing will fuck up your kid’s mind quicker than teaching him that his normal feelings and desires are bad.

I give this advice freely because you’re gonna ignore it anyway.

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143 Responses to Emasculating Mom Wants Soy Boy Son

  1. taw46 says:

  2. Mt.Laurel says:

    I grew up with all older brothers and mostly male cousins (those nearest me in age). This woman never would have survived.

    Those poor boys. They have a crappy mother. And my guess is she will just get worse. Not better.

    • Somebody says:

      Can you imagine her as your MIL? 😲 Both of my in-laws were very liberal, both were psych majors. They were very hands off while raising their kids though, not smothering at all……let their kids decide their curfew, whether they felt like going to school, etc. Let them 🚬 cigarettes and weed.

      Funny all 3 of their kids married conservatives. In hind sight it must have driven them batty 😂 They pushed their political views some, but they were nothing like today’s SJW progs, thank goodness.

      • mcnorman says:

        I have a niece who is about to marry one of “these boys.” The woman is an absolute psychopath. It’s a good thing I’m not going to the wedding otherwise there might be a nastygram attached to the woman’s wiper blade. The family has warned the niece that she is marrying the “family.” She insists.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Sometimes I just like to read more of a person’s timeline just to see “where” they’re coming from, Joanna is a gender media expert or something, she also tweeted this…..

    • 1539days says:

      The “him” she likes is cryin’ Andrew Yang.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I just realized the mother tweet didn’t show Yang, crazy Twitter, but I digress, Yang ! Not the girls on the ticket? What kind of feminist is SHE, the gender expert?

    • lateblum says:

      I started reading her as well. She sounds like my dil – if they had sons. Thank goodness they did not. Sadly, she is teaching my little girls to “not like boys” at all. She also calls herself a “witch” and has some kind of blog (I learned) of “mother witches”. I don’t know what happened to the person my son married. Even her mother has made similar statements about my dil.

      • DeniseVB says:

        She retweeted Amy Siskind too. Amy tried to turn me into a hardcore feminist, because women y’know. Said no thanks, I like the boys and I married a really “bad, bad one”. A Marine. Never heard from Amy again. LOL.

  4. Dora says:

    This has not been a good day for CNN.


    Man Sues CNN’s Don Lemon for Alleged Assault at Sag Harbor Bar

  5. DeniseVB says:

    LOL, Terrence got the same FB “Fact Check” our TCH page got.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      That’s just wrong. And scary. I don’t want the government being Big Brother, but I really don’t want Fuckerberg taking the job either.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Did not mr facebook steal some else’s ideas/work and then get mysterious backers to set him up in business? It is clear he does not have the brains or commitment to capitalism to have done so himself.

  6. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Titania McGrath with an excellent spoof:

  7. 1539days says:

    Being kids, they don’t see the nuance & repeat/share.

    Then they’re called out for these jokes/phrases/memes by parents, teachers, kids (mostly girls) at school & online.

    This hag has already set up that females are smarter and more sensitive than boys, which is a pervasive prejudice among lefties. Many of these memes call out the hypocrisy of others, which is a cornerstone of comedy and political satire.

    My limited experience is that girls tend to enforce conformity by shaming and excluding both boys and girls. Boys will let their anger boil over then fight, and that fighting can ironically make them friends. They can’t fight girls, so they’re more nervous around them.

    Again, lefty snowflakes believe boys are unevolved girls who are better at math and science but don’t have the appropriate level of emotional intelligence. Oh, and they’re better at math because they yell out answers and girls are polite or something.

  8. taw46 says:

  9. Myiq2xu™ says:


    Clark Reid Martell (born December 23, 1960) is an American white supremacist and the former leader of Chicago Area SkinHeads (CASH), which was founded in 1987 by six skinheads under his leadership. [1][2] the first organized neo-Nazi white power skinhead group in the United States.

    7 skinheads isn’t a gang. It’s not even a softball team.

    I’m pretty sure this guy was a prison convert to WP

  10. taw46 says:

    I can’t believe WaPo published facts.

    • lateblum says:

      Couldn’t read it. WaPo says I’ve run out of free stories. I never go there and now I’m guess I never will try again. Their loss.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        I clear out my browser history and return. But I admit I cannot remember the last time I even checked in with the WP and I live in their backyard and often have review health related articles for work and have to post news items on the websites. I just look at the head line and duck duck go another source. works every time.

  11. Anthony says:

    Joanna Schroeder has way too much time on her hands. She needs a hobby. Stat. Maybe bowling? Hatchet throwing? Kayaking?

    I’ve always known I was gay. Not just a little gay either. For as long as I can remember, I was a big time fag, but I also detested flimsy little queens. This confused my Mom.

    My mom also spent a lot of time “cleaning the runners of my dresser drawers” looking – HOPING – to find my porn stash, but alas, she remained empty handed. I even told her I kept it in the guest room and asked her to please stop busting in like some S.W.A.T. team from hell, but “nevertheless, she persisted”… always hoping, never satisfied.

    When glam rock hit the music scene, we’d constantly battle over who should have legal custody of the black eyeliner pencil. (I eventually won, but in a moment of weakness and compassion, I agreed to shared custody on the condition it be kept in the powder room off the foyer) . Same with one of her false eyelashes when I became obsessed with A Clockwork Orange. You’d think shed be more upset that I was aping the look a violent misfit, but in reality, it was all about the strip lashes. We both knew it, but never mentioned it.

    Unlike Ms. Schroeder’s gelding son, I didn’t take my Mom’s snooping passively. The last straw was our epic battle over the Ozon hairspray (pink & gray can, smelled like a whorehouse pillow case.) THAT was the last straw. I started planting really horrific things all over the house. Once, one of her friends found a dildo peeking out from under the curtains of the bathroom window. There were gay porn mags in the kitchen drawers, liquor cabinet and in the piano. You get the picture. Eventually, she learned that my privacy was essential to her sanity and reputation. She even said “Well played”

    Gay or straight, boys are meant to be boys. Leave them the fuck alone, and they’ll be just fine. Harp on them, and you might wind up taxidermied in the fruit cellar like Norman Bates’ mother.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Some kids go thru lots of phases as they grow up. I got custody of my sons when the oldest was a HS freshman and the other was in 7th grade. They both wanted to wear baggy pants like the other kids and their mother refused to let them. They were even willing to spend their own money on them.

      I don’t know why she chose that hill to die on. She had similar fights with her mom when she was that age, except back then the pants were super-tight Dittos.

      • Anthony says:

        I don’t get it either, but my academic training can lead me to come up with many potential diagnoses, most of them – ALL of them – stemming from some kind of really fucked up control issue.

        It was the repetition compulsion that ultimately did me in. How many times can you piss someone off the exact same way before they go off the rails and turn into a rabid animal? It was all easily avoidable, but “nevertheless etc”

        You’re right. Teens go through phases. They’re best left to their own devices, unless they’re doing something dangerous or illegal. Its part of establishing personal.identity. The process of individuation in teens ensures their transitioning into a healthy confident adult.

    • Angie says:

      “Smelled like a whorehouse pillow case”
      I ❤ you

      • Anthony says:

        Ozon hairspray was magic lol. You would’ve loved it.

        • Myiq2xu™ says:

          Two male coworkers go to lunch at a local mall. The first guy says he needs to pick up an anniversary gift for his wife so they go into a store and go to the perfume counter. The guy tells the clerk which perfume he wants and the second guy says, “Don’t get that one, my wife says it smells like a whorehouse.
          The first guy says, “That’s okay, my wife doesn’t know what a whorehouse smells like.”

    • Somebody says:

      If I had challenged my parents in that manner, I’d probably be dead. My parents tolerated nothing. My mom went through my entire room at least once a month for “routine inspection”.

      A routine inspection meant I’d come home and find everything from every drawer, my closet and under my bed all in a pile on my bed. Bed had been stripped first and sometime furniture moved. My mom would announce routine inspection, then set a timer for 1 hour. I was required to have everything put back neatly or face severe consequences. When my father came home I had to answer for whatever it was she thought she found 🙄 Usually some doodle or a note, once it was a saccharin tablet…..no idea how it got in my room. They sent it off to be analyzed convinced I was licking LSD off of it 🙄 I was punished as if I was doing LSD, they never apologized when it was determined I wasn’t. (I wouldn’t have known LSD if it slapped me in the face).

      My parents divorced when my brother was 12 years old. When he was 13, he called my crying because he had come home to his first “routine inspection”. He asked me for help, feared he couldn’t put it all back in an hour. Mom had gone to the store, hubby and I went over to help my brother. Hubby disappeared and I discovered him in my mother’s room. He was dumping all of mom’s stuff on her bed. My brother and I freaked out……too late my mom came in 😲 Mom freaked, but my husband continued 😲 My husband is a very nice calm man, usually. He dumped all her stuff out, told her if she ever did another routine inspection to my brother he’d respond in kind and next time he’d inspect the kitchen too 🤣 My brother never got another routine inspection🤣 Something my sisters and I had our entire lives growing up.

      • Miranda says:

        I’m sorry, Somebody.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Wow. Hubby is kinda Prince Charming. I bet his actions for your little bro freed a part of your spirit. I felt like I was reading a short story. Very visual. Consider writing it and giving it to him as a gift? Not to insult your mom but she sounds like Carrie White’s mother.

        • Somebody says:

          You have no idea Mothy, no idea. Routine inspections are some of the more tame aspects of my childhood.

          Yes his actions did free a part of my spirit, after the fact. When it happened though, despite being in my 20’s and pregnant, I was a terrified little girl. My brother and I scurried to try and put mom’s stuff back. Hubby would have none of it. I was in tears afraid of the consequences, expected quite the beating, of course that didn’t happen.

          Hubby had heard stories and you know people can exaggerate, I’m sure a part of him thought perhaps I had exaggerated. That day he knew I hadn’t. When we left he cried, held me close in his arms and told me I would never, ever have to be afraid again and he meant what he said. I guess he was kind of my Prince Charming, although I’d been out of that hell hole for almost 5 years before we married.

          • Mothy67 says:

            Physically you were out, but abuse lingers and colors your world. I think you have a wonderful story that didn’t end with you marrying a control freak.

          • Somebody says:

            Control freak? Both of my sisters did, my brother has his own control issues, as do I. Hubby got his control fix in as an ATC, I suppose. Dating I tended to date control freaks, jealous control freaks. Hubby was so unlike that and I adored that about him. OK, totally honest, in the early days that man was 100% pussy whipped, LOL! He came into his own a few years down the road, so sad 😂😂😂

            Now during the brief time he was retired before he went back to work, Oy! I had a meltdown in a store over tables full of clearance shoes in my size 😂😂 Hubby was taken aback because I was loud and obnoxious😂 Two women joined in with me, taking my side 😂 I have a defiant, bitch streak in me that odes back to my childhood. I can’t stand being told what to do, tell me to go left and fuck you I’ll go right unless it is a clear danger to do so 😆

            During that time he went EVERYWHERE with me. He was trying to adjust to retirement, which was difficult for him to just shut it all down. I was used to him being on shifts, where sometimes we’d just pass by each other for days. All of the sudden he was with me 24/7. He wanted to go with me, but he hates to shop. So before we’d go into a store he’d ask what are we there for…..had to be a specific thing, had to man shop…go, fetch, leave 🙄 I made it 6 months and lost my shit 😂 I tried on every pair of shoes on those tables and bought 4 pairs I’ve never worn 😂 It was the principle of the matter 😜

            Since then he’s learned to shop and I’ve learned not to wander so much. I just returned from visiting him, we did a little shopping in NYC. After we got back to his apartment we went to King of Prussia mall and spent the entire day there. He didn’t complain once, went from store to store, carried all the bags……absence really does make the heart grow fonder 😂😂🤣🤣

            BTW, big news…..he’s being moved to lead a new project, very large project. He’s coming home next week and will be home full time until the end of June 2020!

            He will have to make 1 or 2 trips back up there to handle some of the more difficult tasks of the 2 projects he currently leads. The trips should be only a week to 10 days. He’s in the process now of cleaning up administrative stuff so he can hand off to new team leads. He hands off one the first week of September and the other the end of September…..but he starts development of the new project the 1st week of September, so September he’s going to be crazy busy……but crazy busy mostly at home!

      • blowme0bama says:

        HOLY cow! I thought the physical labor my Dad forced me to do was pretty extreme, but your Mom may have topped him.

        • Somebody says:

          I had to do physical labor too. Summers helping extended family in AL on their farms. At home I cooked, cleaned, ironed, oh how I hate ironing…..creases just so or hell to pay. I had to pull weeds by hand, and trim around the house and beds with a pair of scissors.

          When we bought our 1st house and got a string trimmer AND weed n feed, I excitedly called my father to tell him about these new products. He was aware 🙄 said keeping me busy, kept me out of trouble 😒 I told him he was wrong. I went to bed early, not because I was exhausted rather because I’d sneak out as soon as he and mom went to sleep 😂 I had an active social life in the wee hours, with people he’d probably prefer I didn’t …so how did all of that work out 🤣

      • lateblum says:

        Oh my goodness Somebody. How awful. I’m so sorry to hear this story. It is unimaginable. God bless your husband.

      • lyn says:

        This is why you have a wicked and rare sense of humor. You do need to write a book, somebody. ❤

        • Somebody says:

          My secret desire has always been to write, but fear of failure has kept that desire in check. My mother and siblings would ridicule me unending if I was a failure……sad but true. Truth is I’d like to write about them, but I also have interest in writing children’s books…..there is so much crap out there 🙄 Hence why we have a library with classics.

          • lyn says:

            Pick a pen name. Write a paragraph a day and then a page a day … .

          • Somebody says:

            A pen name, oh my 😂 Susie Smith? Something exotic? Maybe ethnic 😂😂

          • lyn says:

            It’s best to have a name that uses a letter near the beginning of the alphabet.

          • helenk3 says:

            you have one life, you do not come back for a 2nd one. Get that typewriter going. You want to write do so. It is not a thing that is a success or failure, it is a thing that YOU want to do. DO IT

          • lyn says:

            ^What Helen said.^ ❤

          • helenk3 says:

            the pen name could be anne able. I think that is a good one for kids books.

          • Somebody says:

            True Helen. I don’t really believe in past lives, but quite often I’ve been convinced I was a child molesting serial killer in a previous life 😛 Karma and all that 😉

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            My Dad had a friends who owned a small publishing house. Mostly poetry, travel, biographies. Even met Princess Grace when she came to speak at one of their seminars. Gone now – they lost both sons and simply closed when they retired. No one was interested in small independents at the time.

            Advice they gave to one of my siblings (who never followed through) was to start with a journal. It is easy to write a bit about one’s day and once you get used to writing everyday and get ideas flowing more freely it is easier to move onto larger projects such as short stories/essays/etc.

  12. Mothy67 says:

    The proggiest of my proggie friends have very fucked up kids. I think they fear they done messed up.

  13. Myiq2xu™ says:

  14. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Oh, the Bee is going to be in trouble again, it’s FAKE news doncha’ know. There’s a war on FB now, TCH wasn’t the only one nailed by the FB Gestapo, anyone who shared Terrence’s page got the warning. The T man is now ruling Twitter, doubling down on on his fake, fake news. Got Fredo off trending 🙂

  15. Myiq2xu™ says:

  16. Angie says:

    • lyn says:

      • DeniseVB says:

        I still haven’t seen the whole scenario of this “event”, just Cuomo’s rant. As far as I know, it was at a bar area, not where Cuomo’s family was.

        • Angie says:

          • DeniseVB says:

            I meant “where” did this take place? Looks like at a circus, lol. The GOP Cuomo defenders were aghast this took place in front of his precious family. The guy who took the video debunked it as “Cuomo was at the bar with a woman, no children around”. That led to more confusion, as in, you mean there’s more to the story? 😀

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        And Santino “Sonny” Corleone.

        Vito is the name of their father. He was born Vito Andolini in Corleone, Sicily. A clerk at Ellis Island wrote Corleone as his last name and he kept it.

  17. SHV says:

    “When he starts dating, STAY THE HELL OUT OF THE WAY.
    Looking back 50+ years, I had good parents. Girl comes over to watch TV, parents socialize for awhile and say “good night” about 9:00, never to be seen again until the next morning. They were smart enough to realize that it was much safer, especially for the girl, for “rug burns” to be happening on the living room rug rather than elsewhere.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      It would be really great if there was some way to make kids wait until they were more mature, but the reality is when kids are gonna, they’re gonna. If you make it hard for kids to get contraceptives they’ll do it without ’em. If you don’t teach them about the birds and the bees they’ll learn it on the street from other kids (but they won’t learn it right)

      If I was in charge I would make every girl get a birth control implant until she’s 21.

  18. mcnorman says:

    This is my first rodeo using Siri. Anyone else see this…https://twitter.com/JoeDanMedia/status/1161399162317017089
    Siri calls him Fredo.

  19. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Why do cats try to trip us? Or is it just me they want to make fall and break something?

  20. taw46 says:

    I saw on Twitter that Tucker Carlson was suspended for two weeks. I hope that isn’t true, that he is just on vacation. I do know that the left is out full-force on twitter trying to get all of his sponsors to drop him. This is a good article by VDH on why they are once again targeting Tucker.

    • swanspirit says:

      I don’t think he is suspended. He still does segments on his show, even when someone else is hosting. He did tonight, and Mark Steyn was hosting. Fox ought to give Mark Steyn his own show, he is very good!

  21. Angie says:

    • Dora says:

      Oh no! I just noticed this was here. I was so happy to post it this morning (down below) that I didn’t even check the thread. Sorry.

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    Things always seem to break Trump’s way

  27. Angie says:

    Looks like Don Lemon grabbed himself by the pussy

  28. Island Girl says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed Fredo day all while getting my work done, simply glorious. Trump 2020

  29. Dora says:

    Terrific. Now, just keep building.

  30. Dora says:

    Just thinking about this possibility makes me feel physically ill.

  31. Dora says:

    It was all the excitement at the time, but I didn’t even think of going. Wasn’t tempted at all. I would have hated it! As a Hippie I guess I was pretty much of a failure. 🙂


    Woodstock at 50: Unseen images of the festival that changed America

    • elliesmom says:

      I was working at camp that summer. I was wonderfully oblivious to Woodstock although there was a lot of music where I was.

    • DeniseVB says:

      TCM ran the whole 4 hour documentary recently, it was oddly entertaining, I made it all the way through. They don’t edit, so lots of bweebies and dingle-dangles. Oh my!

  32. Dora says:

    More dramatics. (Sigh)


    The Statue of Liberty in cuffs: Mural depicting ICE agents detaining the icon emerges in Vegas as Trump’s immigration chief amends the famous inspirational plaque on the U.S. symbol of freedom


    • helenk3 says:

      another shooting into ICE office. this time San Antonio.
      Dems keep vilifying ICE and police and then wonder why many consider dems anti-american. Police killed and wounded more and more every day. Maybe dems should have to provide their own private protection and save the taxpayer money. Why should any cop put his life on the line for these people?

  33. DeniseVB says:

    Good Mornin’ 😀

  34. lyn says:


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    CSMF …

  38. lyn says:

    It would be racist to take their guns away, eh?

  39. helenk3 says:


    we have to have the most stupid people in our government. The world must be laughing their ass off at us. politicians should not have police protection any more

  40. lyn says:

    Interesting read …

  41. lyn says:

    Science …

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  44. lyn says:

    Don Surber summed up the college-debt guy perfectly:

    ITEM 15: David Ian Robin tweeted, “When I graduated in 2011, I owed $137,000 in student loans.

    “Today I have $175,000 even as I continue making monthly payments. I will never own a home, start a family, or live debt-free.”

    I congratulate him on his Darwin Award for volunteering to leave the gene pool.

  45. DeniseVB says:

    Bette’s off her meds again………..

  46. lateblum says:

    Just seen at news alert…

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