The legendary atomic wedgy
Just lose the bottoms
@megamanx181x, FBI would like to know your location
@eleven, she looks over 18!!
@megamanx181x, I can't fvcking tell anymore. If they don't look at least my age or older, I just assume they are too young
@Not him again, good point
@megamanx181x, over 18 months maybe. She’s like 8
@megamanx181x, honestly though the girl I'm dating right now is 39, has 2 kids in their early 20's, and a 10 year old. If she dresses up she doesn't look a day over 25, and still doesn't look 39 to begin with.
Whereas my 32 year old ass hasn't been carded for alcohol in I don't even remember how long. If a stranger were to put us next to each other, they would definitely think I was the older one. Its because I worked outside doing hard labor for about 10 years, including high school years, so I look (and unfortunately feel) a lot more aged than I actually am
@Not him again, you got the look of a hard working man, wear that with honor
@megamanx181x, the look is one thing. The knees and back that feel like they will tear apart at any second is the downside. But I've heard great things about stem cell stuff for the knees, which I'm starting to look into.
Even before I spent years doing that, I worked out a lot in high school. I'm not a big guy, 5'7", under 200 lbs (mostly bc I'm fat and out of shape now), but I could squat 475 before I shattered my ankle about 8 years ago. Never really did figure out what my max upper body could do, but if I remember right I think it was about half that.
Not trying to brag, because I am in nowhere near the shape I used to be in. I told an older guy at work about the squat number and I shjt you not he asked me why I wasn't in the NFL, and I was like bc they can do about twice that
@Not him again, aww man sorry to hear that. My mom got knee replacement surgery on one leg and she doesn’t want to do. Again for the other so she’s been considering the stem cell as well. I researched it and they say it works to a degree but you would have to do it again after 6 months.
@megamanx181x, really? I haven't done much research on it, I just know from the few people I've talked to about it and they acted like it was the best thing ever, but they didn't mention you have to keep getting it done
@Not him again, I went ahead and researched it for my mom and it was hard to find an article where it was neutral. So they say it works, how they don’t know, but it doesn’t last forever and I’m guessing the more work you do to your knees and if may fade sooner. That’s why retirees are doing it the most since they have the money and insurance to keep doing it. Average cost is 2-5k
@megamanx181x, I guess it's like chiropractic therapy. Sure you feel great for a week or two, but after that it's back to normal
@megamanx181x, holy shjt that's expensive. I'll have to talk with my health insurance company for some options, because I really dont want knee surgery at fvcking 32
@Not him again, the stem cell is cheaper by comparison but as I mention you may have to keep to doing it over and over again. Couldn’t hurt to try it once if your insurance does cover it.
@megamanx181x, I'm pretty sure it does, but I honestly haven't gotten that far yet with my research. I'll say this though, if I can get some shots (I honestly have no idea how they do it) and move around like I am 17 again, I'll pay for it out of pocket.
I'm not even overweight or anything, but damn these bones are getting old
@Not him again, go for it man and let me know how it turns out, my mom seriously doesn’t want to go through another three months of recovery for another knee surgery
The boat: "ATOMIC FVCKING WEDGY A THOT!"
You can't even get a slide wet..
What brand of bathing suit is that?
That’s the brand I want from now on.
Oh, I thought she stopped because of the shark.
Jane the... Oh wait. Never mind.
That midget fücked up
I thought there was going to be a streak,brown or red, of some sorts on the slide.
Oh good lord, i cant even imagine that discomfort