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Posted by Jennibel 12/31/2004 3:49 AM | remove
  Magnum, even...
Posted by Samurai 12/31/2004 10:04 PM | remove
  sorry... didn't mean to leave that behind.
:oP
(i am kidding of course... ah to be hung like a horse... wish wish wish!)
Posted by 'Dukes 1/1/2005 4:03 AM | remove
  I prefer "pull and pray" myself, but the Magnum is a little snug on me, when used.

Posted by Samurai 1/2/2005 11:16 PM | remove
  oh stop it already... :)
i didn't see you standing there, mr. holmes.
Posted by Miss_Informed 2/21/2005 8:34 AM | remove
  >>>"pull and pray"<<<

'larious
Posted by nostra-YOUPPI! 5/24/2005 10:45 PM | remove
  why would you use condoms called "trojan" anyone remember the story of the trojan horse bursting open and all those people going amok
Posted by The Hitman's Daughter 6/13/2005 7:15 PM | remove
  bahahaha... never thought of it that way.
Posted by nostra-YOUPPI! 6/13/2005 8:13 PM | remove
  and ramses how many kids did he have??? makes you think
Posted by nobody 6/13/2005 11:40 PM | remove
  Sheepgut is the best.
Posted by goofyboy 9/21/2007 3:06 AM | remove
  i thought i found the perfect condom then they told me they were finger cots
Posted by jackillac92 10/22/2008 5:20 AM | remove
  Bungle in the jungle?
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