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2023.06.09 09:21 -Rebel-502- NIRVANA CAME TO MY CITY YESTERDAY
yesterday nirvana came and played at my local civic center and kurt cobain did a singing before dave grol did a drumming and kris novelsielik did a bass and the they did lots of music and the the aduince did a clap they did a smells like teen spirirt and then a polly and the everyone got happy and sed "SLaay" and the spirit of the nirvana came out of the fiery pits of hell and the spirit of nirvana brought satan as a plus 1 and brought sum lean and everyon sipped sizzurp and kurt cobain did a music then i bought a shirt and everyone at the show sighned it even the audince members then i did some xnancax and had a good time and went to woodstock and nirvana followed me then they invited me to play at woodstack with them so i got on stage and played the accordian and did sum coke and then i went home but the spirit of nirvana followed me home with satan as a plus 1 and then i smoked crack and screamed then kurt cobain said "begone with you evil spirit in the name of the lord the son and the holy spirit jesus christ i banish the back to once you came" and the spirit of nirvana was like ok and then i did sum bathsalts and hit the bong and went to sleep the next day i woke up and huffed sum gas and went to visit kurt cobain we played mario kart 8 on the nintendo switch "purchase now at your local game stop or wallmart" and then i did a lil meth and gave kurt a handshake then i went to gamestop with kurt and i did sum molly and then i bough animal crossing and sum LSD and shrooms and DXM at the same time and then kurt was like "i gotta go i forgot we were on tour" and he said goodbye and flew to the next city THE END
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2023.06.09 05:46 Annyongman Yes I am the Hayesman
You might know me as the orator;
I'm third on the track overall, Jalil Okafor.
Podcast number three with my friends Clemdog and Carl Tart;
Got rapping Sixth Sense 'cause I also ghostwrote Andy's part.
I make the podcast go, like a Detroit Piston;
My favorite team's the Hornets and my favorite player is Kris Dunn.
My home is the studio, I provide the treats;
Bringing chips with that salsa, that's Miami Heat.
Watching the Patreon climb, yeah we're carrying the Bucks, Giannis.
200 more subscribers than Your Kickstarter Sucks, I'm just.
Covered in so much cheese, got to put my bibby on.
Grizzlies cloudy with a chance of meatballs and it's raining parmezan.
Drizzlies out here robbin sons like David and Jerome;
Like LeBron's hairline this is coming off the dome.
I'm paddling these hineys with a flow just like a waterbed;
Call us Louboutin 'cause we're gonna make your bottoms red.
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2023.06.09 04:40 clingklop A mega-list of the episodes Shaffir recommended to listen to in the last episode
So this is a list of the podcast episodes Shaffir listened as ones he particularly liked as he is now ending the show. Summaries are provided by ChatGPT and may be shitty, but I fixed the ones that were way off. There's also direct links to 0-200 as a comment below Enjoi.
37: The Nuthouse (Brody Stevens):
Ari Shaffir interviews comedian Brody Stevens, who opens up about his struggles with mental health and shares stories from his time spent in a psychiatric hospital.
40: Prostitutti Frutti (Miss X):
Ari Shaffir speaks with Miss X, a former prostitute, about her experiences in the sex industry, the challenges she faced, and her journey towards a different life.
50: Buddhism (Duncan Trussell):
Ari Shaffir and Duncan Trussell explore the principles and practices of Buddhism, discussing its relevance in modern society and how it can help individuals find peace and fulfillment.
73: Love Scam (Sarah Tiana):
Ari Shaffir talks to comedian Sarah Tiana about her personal experiences with online dating scams and the hilarious and sometimes shocking encounters she had while looking for love.
80: Chester the Molester (Dale Dudley):
"Dale Dudley came over to my hotel room in Austin, TX to shoot the shit and talk about his childhood molestation. It's way more fun than the subject matter. This is a really good, honest, and funny podcast. It's exactly what I envisioned when I started the Skeptic Tank."
79a: We Are Anonymous (Luke Harder, Star_Fawkes):
Ari Shaffir interviews Luke Harder and Star_Fawkes, two members of the hacker collective "Anonymous," discussing their motivations, activities, and the impact they have had on various issues.
79b: We Are Anonymous:
Continuing from the previous episode, Ari Shaffir further delves into the world of the hacker collective "Anonymous," discussing their methods, philosophies, and the societal implications of their actions.
92: Caddyshack (Greg Fitzsimmons, Steve Simeone, Greg's hyper dog):
Ari Shaffir is joined by comedians Greg Fitzsimmons and Steve Simeone, along with Greg's energetic dog, as they share their love for the classic comedy film "Caddyshack" and reminisce about their favorite moments.
99: Scrappy Doo w Greg Fitzsimmons:
Ari Shaffir and Greg Fitzsimmons discuss the infamous cartoon character Scrappy Doo, exploring the reasons behind the character's unpopularity and the impact it had on the show "Scooby-Doo."
95: Childless (Dom Irrera):
Ari Shaffir has a conversation with comedian Dom Irrera about his decision to remain childless and the societal pressures and misconceptions surrounding the choice. They explore the joys and challenges of living a child-free life.
100: Deliverance (Ryan O'Neill, Jeff Danis, George Saint Pierre, Nate Diaz, Ari Shaffir):
In this milestone episode, Ari Shaffir is joined by Ryan O'Neill, Jeff Danis, George Saint Pierre, and Nate Diaz. They engage in a lively discussion covering a wide range of topics, including personal anecdotes, comedy, mixed martial arts, and life experiences.
104: The Art of War with Greg Jackson and Kevin Christy: Ari Shaffir delves into the world of martial arts and strategy as he sits down with Greg Jackson and Kevin Christy to discuss the art of war, combat sports, and the mindset required for success in the fighting world.
105: Going Blind (Tom Segura): Comedian Tom Segura joins Ari Shaffir for a candid conversation about his personal experience with vision loss, discussing the challenges, adaptations, and humorous moments that come with going blind.
115: Heroin - Down In A Hole (Donovan Pee): Ari Shaffir talks with Donovan Pee about his battle with heroin addiction, exploring the depths of addiction, the journey to recovery, and the ongoing struggles and insights gained from his experiences.
113: Lefty Liberty (Jimmy Dore): Ari Shaffir sits down with comedian Jimmy Dore to discuss political ideologies, focusing on left-wing perspectives and the importance of civil liberties in society.
120: Shroomfest 2013 w Tony Hinchcliffe, Mat Edgar, Pete Cornacchione: Ari Shaffir and his guests Tony Hinchcliffe, Mat Edgar, and Pete Cornacchione share their experiences and adventures during Shroomfest 2013, discussing the highs, insights, and psychedelic encounters they had.
122: Exspecially Cutting: Ari Shaffir explores the topic of self-harm and cutting, engaging in a deep and honest conversation about the psychological and emotional aspects surrounding this behavior.
123: You Know What Dad (Robert Kelly): Comedian Robert Kelly joins Ari Shaffir for a humorous and heartfelt discussion about fatherhood, sharing personal stories and reflections on the joys and challenges of being a dad.
124: Rape & Eggs (Kathleen McGee): Ari Shaffir talks to comedian Kathleen McGee about her experiences with sexual assault, discussing the sensitive and important topic of rape and its impact on survivors.
133: Fuck the Government (Dave Smith): Ari Shaffir and Dave Smith engage in a provocative conversation critiquing the government, discussing libertarian perspectives, and exploring the flaws and shortcomings of political systems.
134: Maniac (John F. O'Donnell): Ari Shaffir sits down with John F. O'Donnell to discuss mental health, specifically focusing on O'Donnell's experiences with bipolar disorder and the challenges and insights that come with living with this condition.
141: Happiness (@SteveSimeone) by AriShaffir: Ari Shaffir and comedian Steve Simeone delve into the topic of happiness, exploring the sources of joy and fulfillment in life and sharing personal anecdotes that highlight the importance of embracing positivity.
142: Gender Bender (Lauren Hennessy): Ari Shaffir talks to Lauren Hennessy about her journey as a transgender woman, discussing the challenges, triumphs, and insights gained from embracing her true identity.
151: Ass Burger (@AutisticThunder): Ari Shaffir has a conversation with Autistic Thunder about living with Asperger's syndrome, exploring the unique perspectives, challenges, and strengths associated with autism.
152: The Streetz, USA (Doc Willis): Ari Shaffir sits down with Doc Willis to discuss his experiences growing up in the streets of the United States, shedding light on the realities, struggles, and resilience of those living in disadvantaged communities.
157: Divorce, of Course:
"Jacob Sirof and Sherry Sirof (nee East) each had me over to their places of residence to talk about the divorce that they're going through right now. First I went to Moshe Kasher's old place where Jacob is staying. Then a week later I went to their old apartment to talk to Sherry about the same topic. It's an interesting view into two sides of a disolution of the bond of marriage."
159: Thrilled (@TomSegura): Comedian Tom Segura returns to the podcast as he and Ari Shaffir share hilarious stories, discuss comedy, and reflect on their careers, leaving listeners entertained and thrilled.
169: Blacklanta with Big Jay Oakerson and Ms. Pat: Ari Shaffir, along with Big Jay Oakerson and Ms. Pat, explores the city of Atlanta, delving into its culture, comedy scene, and unique experiences.
170: HIV for Victory w Jeff Scott: Ari Shaffir and Jeff Scott engage in a thought-provoking discussion about HIV, its history, misconceptions, and advancements in treatment, challenging the stigmas surrounding the virus.
173: Beijingaling (@DesBishop, @ComicDaveSmith): Ari Shaffir welcomes Des Bishop and Dave Smith to the podcast as they share their experiences and insights gained from living in Beijing, discussing Chinese culture, politics, and the challenges of adapting to a new environment.
183: Popo (@MarkDemayo): Ari Shaffir talks to Mark DeMayo about his experiences as a former police officer, exploring the realities of law enforcement, the complexities of the job, and the impact it had on DeMayo's life.
197: Injection Protection (Morgan Black): Ari Shaffir and Morgan Black engage in a conversation about harm reduction and drug use, discussing strategies, safety measures, and the importance of education in minimizing risks associated with drug injection.
203: Prison Rules (Ali Siddiq) Ari Shaffir and Ali Siddiq dive into a discussion about life in prison, exploring the unwritten rules, survival strategies, and the harsh realities faced by inmates.
216: Tenement (Nick Mullen): Ari Shaffir chats with Nick Mullen about his experiences living in a tenement building, sharing stories of the unique characters, challenges, and memorable moments that come with this type of living situation.
219: Khob Khun Krap with Pete C: Ari Shaffir and Pete C have a conversation about Pete's experiences living in Thailand, discussing the culture, customs, and the adventures he had while immersing himself in the Thai way of life.
223: Palsy with Davey Wester: Ari Shaffir talks to Davey Wester about his life with cerebral palsy, delving into the challenges, triumphs, and the unique perspective that comes with living with a disability.
224: Take Me Out To The Ball Game (@PaulMorrissey): Ari Shaffir and Paul Morrissey discuss their love for baseball, sharing stories, insights, and hilarious moments related to America's favorite pastime.
227: The Herp (@JoeListComedy): Ari Shaffir and Joe List engage in a candid conversation about herpes, discussing the stigmas, misconceptions, and the impact it has on relationships and personal lives.
235: First Responder; A 9/11 Story (Cris Italia): Ari Shaffir talks with Cris Italia, a first responder during the 9/11 attacks, as they share stories, reflections, and the emotional toll of being on the front lines during such a devastating event.
256: Take a Hike (@TheoVon): Ari Shaffir and comedian Theo Von embark on a humorous and insightful conversation as they discuss their experiences and adventures while hiking, sharing stories and reflections from their outdoor escapades.
257: Money For Nothing (2 anonymous defense contractors): Ari Shaffir interviews two anonymous defense contractors, delving into the world of military contracts, the intricacies of their work, and the ethical considerations surrounding the defense industry.
262 Cleavage Day @Gary Vider: Ari Shaffir is joined by comedian Gary Vider to discuss the light-hearted topic of "Cleavage Day," sharing funny anecdotes and observations about this peculiar holiday.
265: Knife Hits in Alaska (@DanSoder):
"Dan Soder came over to my place to tell me all about the summer he spent working in a cannery in Alaska. The people he worked with were straight deigns without even realizing it. This might be the best summer job of all time."
270: NY Pizza Party (@NotAlexis): Ari Shaffir and NotAlexis delve into the world of New York pizza, discussing their favorite pizza spots, unique pizza-related experiences, and the cultural significance of this iconic food.
276: "Running" Of The Bulls (@KaiHumphries, @MiloComedy, @Daniel_Sloss): Ari Shaffir is joined by comedians Kai Humphries, Milo McCabe, and Daniel Sloss as they share their humorous and outrageous stories from participating in the infamous "Running of the Bulls" event in Spain.
277: Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost (@HenryRollins): Ari Shaffir engages in an enlightening conversation with Henry Rollins, discussing travel, exploration, and the personal growth that can be achieved through wandering and experiencing new places.
281: The Reyk (@AriEldjarn): Ari Shaffir talks to comedian Ari Eldjarn about his experiences growing up in Reykjavik, Iceland, exploring the culture, customs, and unique aspects of life in this Nordic country.
282: Aunt Flo (@Aiapalucci, @Stollemcache, @AmberSmelson): Ari Shaffir and comedians Aiapalucci, Stollemcache, and Amber Smelson have a candid and hilarious conversation about the topic of menstruation, sharing funny stories and observations related to "Aunt Flo."
284: #BertIsFat (@BertKreischer): Ari Shaffir sits down with comedian Bert Kreischer to playfully discuss Bert's weight and share humorous anecdotes about his larger-than-life personality.
288: Death of a Salesman (@TimJDillon): Ari Shaffir engages in a conversation with comedian Tim Dillon, exploring the world of sales and discussing the challenges, successes, and pitfalls of the profession.
289 Tales of a Teenage Bedwetter w Mark Normand: Ari Shaffir and comedian Mark Normand share hilarious and embarrassing stories from their teenage years, specifically focusing on the topic of bedwetting.
290 Cave Man with John Spies: Ari Shaffir talks to John Spies about his experiences living as a cave man in Thailand, discussing the unique lifestyle, survival skills, and insights gained from immersing himself in this primitive way of living.
292: Cleavage Day 2017 with Legion of Skanks: Ari Shaffir and the Legion of Skanks comedians celebrate Cleavage Day 2017, sharing funny stories and observations related to this playful holiday.
294 Jee Zu Tin Ba De w Ryan Nanni and William Childress: Ari Shaffir is joined by Ryan Nanni and William Childress as they explore the topic of Chinese food, discussing their favorite dishes, cultural experiences, and humorous encounters related to Chinese cuisine.
298 Vagabonder w Rolf Potts: Ari Shaffir sits down with travel writer Rolf Potts to discuss the art of vagabonding, exploring the philosophy and practicalities of long-term travel, and the insights gained from embracing a nomadic lifestyle.
320: Take My Wife Please - Aubrey Marcus: Ari Shaffir has a conversation with Aubrey Marcus about relationships, discussing the challenges and dynamics of being in a committed partnership.
321: Let My People Go: Ari Shaffir explores the concept of freedom with guests, discussing personal freedoms, societal constraints, and the importance of liberation in various aspects of life.
323: Mitzi: Ari Shaffir pays tribute to the late Mitzi Shore, discussing her significant impact on the comedy world and sharing stories about her influential role as the owner of The Comedy Store.
347: Hot tub time machine (@BertKreischer, @SteveRannazzisi, @DanishAndOneill, @MarkNorm): Ari Shaffir, along with Bert Kreischer, Steve Rannazzisi, Danish and Oneill, and Mark Normand, engages in a hilarious and nostalgic conversation about their experiences and misadventures in hot tubs.
353: Modern Hippie (@TFerriss): Ari Shaffir talks to Tim Ferriss about the modern hippie movement, exploring the pursuit of alternative lifestyles, mindfulness, and self-discovery.
361: Spange (Tall Boy): Ari Shaffir discusses spanging (spare-changing) and the subculture of panhandling with Tall Boy, shedding light on the experiences and challenges faced by those who engage in this lifestyle.
365: The Revolution w Adbuster Editor in Chief Kalle Lasn: Ari Shaffir interviews Kalle Lasn, the editor-in-chief of Adbusters magazine, discussing activism, media culture, and the role of counterculture in shaping societal change.
369: The Podfather - Brian Redban: Ari Shaffir talks to Brian Redban, the co-founder of the Deathsquad podcast network, discussing the evolution of podcasting, its impact on comedy, and Redban's influential role as the "podfather."
370: Troll (Milo Yiannopoulos): Ari Shaffir interviews Milo Yiannopoulos, discussing the controversial nature of trolling, freedom of speech, and the impact of online personas on society.
372: ‘Roid Range (Mike Cannon): Ari Shaffir chats with Mike Cannon about his experiences with steroids, exploring the world of performance-enhancing drugs and the physical and psychological effects they can have.
405: War Stories (Jake Hanrahan): Ari Shaffir and Jake Hanrahan engage in a conversation about war reporting, sharing stories, insights, and the challenges faced by journalists covering conflict zones.
407: Obsessive compulsive with Eli Sears: Ari Shaffir talks to Eli Sears about his experiences with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), shedding light on the condition, its impact, and the coping mechanisms employed.
408: The Lady With A Giant Hog (Margo Reiss @Margo_A_GoGo): Ari Shaffir has a candid conversation with Margo Reiss about her experiences as a transgender woman, discussing personal journeys, challenges, and insights into the transgender community.
415: Baby Skeletons w/ Adrienne Iapalucci: Ari Shaffir chats with Adrienne Iapalucci about dark humor, exploring taboo topics, and the art of finding comedy in sensitive subjects.
438: Six Months Of Hating Men with Annie Lederman: Ari Shaffir and Annie Lederman discuss dating and relationships, delving into Annie's experiences and perspectives on men as she humorously reflects on her six-month period of hating them.
"and this one"
519: Talk Talk with Ron Bennington
"Ron Bennington joins me on today's episode to talk about interview style and his series Unmasked. Ron is someone whose style of interviewing I've always admired, it seemed fitting to have him on this episode."
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2023.06.09 03:59 LiteraryBoner Official Discussion - Transformers: Rise of the Beasts [SPOILERS]
Poll If you've seen the film, please rate it at this poll If you haven't seen the film but would like to see the result of the poll click here
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to see the rankings for every poll done Summary:
During the '90s, a new faction of Transformers - the Maximals - join the Autobots as allies in the battle for Earth.
Steven Caple Jr.
Joby Harold, Darnell Metayer, Josh Peters
Rotten Tomatoes: 56%
- Anthony Ramos as Noah Diaz
- Dominique Fishback as Elena Wallace
- Luna Lauren Velez as Breanna Diaz
- Dean Scott Vasquez as Kris Diaz
- Tobe Nwigwe as Reek
- Sarah Stiles as Jillian
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2023.06.09 02:26 No_Bread7293 [WTS][USA] EXO, NCT, Brown Eyed Girls albums + Photocards
Selling my K-POP album collection:
- Sound G - Brown Eyed Girls $40
- MAMA [China Print/Jewel Case] - EXO K $30
- comes with EXO K photocard
- MAMA [China Print/Jewel Case] - EXO M $30
- comes with OT12 photocard
- MAMA (Korean Print) - EXO M $10
- Overdose - EXO M $15 w/ 1 photocard (Chen/Kris)
- Growl - EXO K $20 w/ EXO K photo card
- Exodus (Chinese Version, Sehun Cover) - EXO $20
- $25 w/ Chen photo card [I have only 1 chen pc, so first come first serve]
- Exodus (Chinese Version, Xiumin Cover) - EXO $20
- $25 w/ Chen photo card [I have only 1 chen pc, so first come first serve]
- Love Me Right (Chinese Version) - EXO $25 w/ Xiumin photocard
- Love Me Right ~romantic universe~ (Japanese Single, Xiumin Cover) - EXO $50
- comes with Xiumin photo card and EXO post card
- Sing For You (Chinese Version, Xiumin Cover) - EXO $10
- $25 with xiumin photocard
- My First and Last - NCT DREAM $10
- $30 with Haechan photo card
- #127 - NCT 127 $10
- $40 with taeyong photocard
- Cherry Bomb - NCT 127 $20
PICS albums and photocard
- $10 kris miracles in december snowglobe
- $10 chanyeol miracles in december snowglobe
- $10 Xiumin LOTTO photocard
See above link for detail pictures of the albums/pc and please read picture descriptions, PAYPAL G&S.
Prices as listed!!
Any questions feel free to ask!!!!
Shipping based on weight, will aim for cheapest shipping available, ask for a quote. Shipping from NY.
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2023.06.09 01:18 Financial_Salad_5919 i love your songs <3 please make more
2023.06.09 00:57 3threeLions Dating
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2023.06.08 22:17 Firm-Pride1702 Ngl whenever kris is involved with ghost activity, she’s always the target mostly in the bad way but sometimes in the good way is that just me???
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2023.06.08 18:54 TriniTDM This was made a while back for a contest on Picsart. I was supposed to incorporate that mute button sticker into an edit.
2023.06.08 17:47 hodsct59 Belmont Friday June 9 Choices
These are the horses and races that I will use while seeking my next decent score at Belmont Park on Friday. if the races are not cancelled. As I have mentioned many times, horse racing is a hard game to master but usually because no strategy is developed regarding what tends to repeat itself often, just with different horses from time-to-time and a money management system that helps one save money until they find a race, they are able to take advantage of. My strategy concerning betting has always been "bet a little to win a lot" but refers to taking risks most will not even think of trying. Good Luck to all.
Race 2: Allowance --- Purse $95,000 --- 3 YOs & Up N/W 1x Or N/W 2 Lifetime --- 6 Furlong Turf:
1)Bold Journey (6-5) won 3rd start back against state bred & O/C foes, so eligibility to race here is still intact. Next out he was overmatched against G1 foes and last start, in this class and condition, he finished 2nd as he and the winner produced their best run together as they were last two away from gate. Now moves from outside post to an inside one and has two decent and useful works since that start.4x4 to Alydar, 5(C)x5(F)x5(F) to Raise A Native. He will as a coupled interest to 2) Sousa Summer and will be listed in program as 1 and 1A.
8)Fredo (8-1) broke his maiden 4 starts back while gate to wire at one mile on grass. Connections have been using the right running style but a mile on any surface is probably a little further than his best distance. 7 of his 12 lifetime starts have come at a mile or further on grass or the AWT and he has the race record to prove he struggles going that far. His sprint races have all been lightning fast early and he has been able to get a clear early lead but finds a spot that looks a little lite on early speed. Broodmare sire, Gone West, sired 2 unbeaten champion fillies in France that never raced past 7 furlongs and 2 U.S. champion colts (Came Home & Speightstown) in his career that had front running speed to burn. 5x3 to Storm Bird & Mr. Prospector.
6)Giant's Fire (15-1) broke her maiden 3 starts back while laying close but off the early pace and managed to get up late. Next two starts, jockeys tried to send him early and could not even get close to the early pace and faded to finish last in both. He cuts back to a sprint in here and jockey need to let him settle early and then pick it up as they go around the turn, which is exactly what his dam line and broodmare sire is suggesting he will be better doing. Broodmare sire, Street Cry, sired two of the world's top fillies in Zenyatta & Winx and both were master late runners. 4th dam, Aptostar, is a multiple graded stakes winning filly that blew by several top fields. 5(C)x5(C)x5(F) to Fappiano. Simply waiting to be ridden correctly and will blow up the exacta when jockey lets him run his race.
9)Carpe's Dream (15-1) is making his first start of the year. Trainer has put 8 works in him in the last two months, the first six were more or less canters around the track but last two works indicates those works was beneficial to him. Likely not ready to beat a few of these but looks like he will have a pace to run at late. 4x4 to Storm Bird.
My Risks $5 Ex Box 1-8, $1 Tri Box 1-8-9, $.30 Super Box 1-6-8-9, $.50 Super Key 8 with 1-6-9 with 1-6-9 with 1-6-9. Total Risk $26.20.
Race 3: Maiden Special Weight --- Purse $75,000 --- 3 YOs & Up New York Bred --- One Mile:
3) Woodside Warrior (30-1) has started twice and has yet to pick up his feet. However, this is a weak field on NY bred maidens, and he is likely wanting to get to the early lead and has the bloodlines to do so. Trainer is adding blinkers and he has three good works since his last start, most likely all three while wearing the hood (but does not have to be reported as equipment change until race day). He should be fast enough to get the early lead due to his grandsire, Speightstown, and his broodmare sire, Freud, an unraced full brother to Giant's Causeway, progeny also got much braver when they were able to obtain the early lead. 4(C)x5(C)x3(F) to Storm Cat, 4x5 to Mr. Prospector, 5x4 to Seattle Slew, 5x5 to Secretariat.
7) Battleoflexington (6-1) has started twice this year, the first start where he was trailing at the first call and then grind his way to a 4th place finish beaten less than 4 lengths for the win but had received his training in Florida, then shipped to Aqueduct and then asked to run within a 6-day period, a tough task for a seasoned runner much less a maiden. In his second start, he returned in 16 days after his first start with another work, the addition of lasix, and put back on grass, where he did not pick up his feet. Now gets a month to recuperate and adds three more works, two of them useful and is not getting the kitchen sink thrown at him for the first time this year. Will likely respond to the lesser confusion that he has been presented with. 5x4 to Mr. Prospector, 5x5 to Halo.
2) Refuah (3-1) broke his maiden two back but was disqualified and placed second for interference. He now has 11 placings in 14 lifetime starts and just does not seem like he was a will to win. He will likely eventually win but it is a waste of time and money trying to predict when. Therefore, I will use him underneath only. 5(C)x4(F)x4(F) to Mr. Prospector, 5x5 to Northern Dancer & Halo.
My Risks: $8 Ex Straight 3-7, $3 Tri Straight 3-7 with 3-7 with 2. Total Risk $14.00.
Race 5: Starter Allowance $50K --- Purse $65,000 --- 3 YOs & Up Which has started for $50K or less and N/W 1x --- One Mile:
5) Ice Road (6-1) has started once this year on the speed favoring dirt track, ran a even race and then change trainers after that start. New trainer gave him two more months off, then put 5 more works in him over a month period in Florida and shipped him to NY where he has not recorded a work in three weeks. Each trainer has his own method of how to get a horse ready and since he wins at 18%, I believe he might have this one better prepared than it appears. He has only two lifetime starts on dirt, a third in the mud in the 2nd leg of Canadian TC and his last start which is decent considering the track he ran on and the brief layoff. Outcross in his first 5 generations.
1)Arrebato (8-1) broke his maiden three starts back in the second start of his career by tracking the early pace, then sent for the lead nearing six furlongs and drawing away in the stretch. Tried the same tactics in his next start on a sloppy track but one that was using same tactics as him got a big jump on him when the front runner stopped and won for fun while this one could not make up any ground and lost second at the wire to the deep closer in the race. Next out, he was tried against 3 YOs stakes company but they proved to be much too tough for him at this point of his career as he finished last. Back to the company where he fits best so far with 4 stamina building works since his last start and a change to a better jockey should help. His sire, Goldencents, won 2 editions of the G1 BC Dirt Mile. Broodmare sire, Badge Of Silver, won his first three lifetime start but was knocked off the derby trail in 2003 when he came out of the La Derby with a leg injury in his first loss but returned to finish 2nd In the Cigar Mile twice & 3rd in the BC Turf Mile. 5x5 to Mr. Prospector.
3) Long Term (5-2) has started three times this year, breaking his maiden in his second start by taking the lead nearing the half mile, then open a clear led into the stretch, then managed to hold 2 late runners safe in the stretch. Next out, he attempted the same strategy, but another beat him to the punch, and he flattened out in the stretch run to finish a well beaten third. Three useful works since his last start and he should be sitting on his best race in his fourth start of the year after a 10-month break. 5x5 to Northern Dancer & Sir Ivor.
7) Thunderian (6-1) was purchased out of a sale in Feb. for $28K by current connections, was gelded and has five starts for him with one win and three thirds. His last start was his only non-placing this year, he drops a level and returns in 9 days. Likely trying to entice someone to claim the horse before he tails off his best form. 4x5 to Northern Dancer.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 1-5, $1 Tri Box 1-3-5, $.30 Super Box 1-3-5-7, $.50 Super Key 1 with 3-5-7 with 3-5-7 with 3-5-7. Total Risk: $26.20.
Race 6: Allowance O/C $62.5K ---- Purse $100,000 --- 3 YOs & Up N/w $18K 2x or N/W 3 Lifetime or Claiming $62,500 --- 6 Furlongs:
11) High Connection (8-1) is making his first start of the year and his first start for new trainer Pletcher after being removed from Baffert's barn for the 2nd time late last year, likely because owners were expecting much more from a horse with his bloodlines and purchase price. Trainer has put a dozen works in him since he re-entered the work tab with one missed work while preparing others for derby week races and works (likely was missed on chart for due work date). However, trainer moved his next three works to 6-day intervals that should got him back on track. 4x3 to Deputy Minister.
4) High Oak (20-1) looked like he was going to develop into a nice runner but took a hard fall in last year's FOY stakes and is obviously having a hard time (or flashbacks) getting over his tragic fall. But he is showing signs of putting that behind him but needs some help from a jockey to let him run his race and not force him to get too close to the lead early, which was his style before the fall. Believes he gets that help with John V. He has three useful works since his last start and moves back to the surface where both sides of his family have the most success. 4(C)x5(C)x4(F) to Mr. Prospector, 5x5 to Secretariat. 4th dam, Leix, is 1/2 sister to Shenanigans and developed her own important line.
1)Cadazero(8-1) was purchased out of an April sale for $60K and makes his first start for new connections. Trainer is known for putting slow works into his trainees preferring to let them go much further than recorded work and follows his usual pattern with this one. However, he has 2 graded stakes wins and has to use the tag because of them but is the class of this field. 4x5 to Mr Prospector & Northern Dancer, 5x5 to Raise A Native.
2)Rotknee (3-1) has started three times this year including winning his last race in a good time, 6 days after registering a bullet work that suggested he was reaching his peak fitness. He has one work since that effort, an easy four furlongs that should set him up for another top effort and personally much prefer to see this type of work than another fast/bullet work which rarely help a horse to maintain his form and can do more harm than good. Only problem with him is he is facing a pretty salty field here and does not show facing a field this tough. 5(C)x4(F)x4(F) to Mr. Prospector.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 4-11, $1 Tri Box 1-4-11, $.30 Super Box 1-2-4-11, $1 Super 11 with 1-2-4 with 1-2-4 with 1-2-4. Total Risk $29.20.
Race 7: Allowance --- Purse $80,000 --- 3 YOs & Up NY Bred N/W $18K 1x or N/W 2 Races Lifetime --- 7 Furlongs Turf:
8) Athenry (12-1) has one start this year which he sat mid-pack early but was out moved by eventual winner into the stretch and chased that one through the stretch while just holding onto second at the wire. He has two works since that effort, a useful work followed by a 3 furlongs blowout work 4 days before next start, likely to try to get him closer to the early pace. 4x5 to Raise A Native, 5x4 to Mr. Prospector. Also has a Secretariat crossing thru two daughters and plenty of Princequillo crossings thru his daughter, Somethingroyal, dam of Secretariat & his son Prince John (3 crosses in dam line alone).
4) Be Of Courage (8-1) has started twice this year which in first start, he did not pick up his feet to finish last and then in next start when stretched out to a mile, set the early pace until collared at the top of the stretch but continued to show good heart by battling back before being outrun to finish 3rd. Castellano, abroad for his only win to date, retakes the mount as he cuts back to 7 furlongs. One bullet 4 furlongs work since that last effort. 4x5 to Danzig, 4(C)x5(C)x5(F) to Northern Dancer, 5x5 to Mr. Prospector & Blushing Groom.
1)War Terminator (20-1) has one start this year, back in January, which he did not pick up his feet in an open bred O/C race he was probably overmatched in to begin with. Change of trainers since that effort and a move back up North to face NY bred should help. He finished 3rd in his last effort before leaving the area late last year in same class and conditions as this race and a repeat of that effort puts him in the thick of the outcome of this race. Has 5 works for this effort, the first two were leg stretching type works, followed by two good works and an easy work on grass and around the dogs should have him primed and ready. 4(C(x5(C)x5(F) to Northern Dancer, 5x4 to Fappiano.
7) Dr. Settle's Dream (12-1) will be making his first start of the year. he has eight works to prepare from this start, but last two are typical of works trainer usually gives trainees when he thinks they are ready and rarely tips his hand to indicate how fit they are. But he goes back to Alvarado, who has been his main jockey he uses for the last 5-6 years when he believes they are their fittest. He broke his maiden at first asking, then took on open bred stakes runner and finished last after setting the pace for a half mile at one mile on grass. Will likely appreciate the move back to stater bred and gets lasix for the first time. 4x5 to Mr. Prospector, 5(C)x5(C)x4(F) to Northern Dancer.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 4-8, $1 Tri Box 1-4-8, $.30 Super Box 1-4-7-8, $1 Super Key 4 with 1-7-8 with 1-7-8 with 1-7-8. Total Risk $29.20.
Race 8: New York Stakes(G1) --- Purse $600,000 --- 4 YOs & Up F&M --- 1 1/4 Mile Turf:
5) Virginia Joy (15-1) has started twice this year, the first effort where she sat far off the pace but put in a good late kick to finish 4th. Next start, she was 3rd for most of the way in a four-horse field but managed to get up for second in an extremely slow-paced race. However, her best races have come when she gets up close to the early pace and makes her best move before others have a chance to and she gets a jockey who will give her that opportunity in here. 3x3 to Sadler's Wells, 4x4 to Kris, 5x5 to Nijinsky II & Mill Reef.
8) With The Moonlight (9-2) has started four times this year, winning her first two starts in grade 2 stakes in the U.A.E, then shipping to the U.S. and finishing 2nd in a G1 stakes and then onto England to run one of the dullest races of her career in a G2. Now back to the U.S. but with a work on grass around the dogs since arriving. Trainer is no stranger to big races and have to believe this one will fire her best effort. 5x5 to Mr. Prospector.
7) War Like Goddess (6-5) has started once this year and beat a G3 field fairly easy but these will be much tougher and cuts back to a distance she has never won at, except her maiden win against non-winners. Still, she is the one to beat but regardless, I will take that chance on beating her at her likely off odds because there are simply too many things that can go wrong, regardless of how good one is. Bet her and you will not make any money that is worth the risk. Bet against her and you will likely lose but there is a possibility to make good money by taking a small risk. 5x5 to Northern Dancer.
1)Flirting Bridge (20-1) has started once this year and won her second condition allowance race. She is bred to at least want a 1/4-mile distance, but this will be only her second start at the distance and in her first start narrowly missed becoming a G1 stakes winner. She has five more works since her first start and they should all be helpful in moving her forward. 4x3 to Danehill, 4x4 to Mr. Prospector, 4(C)x5(F)x5(F) to Northern Dancer.
My Risk: $5 Ex Box 5-8, $1 Tri Box 5-7-8, $.30 Super Box 1-5-7-8, $.50 Super Key 5 with 1-7-8 with 1-7-8 with 1-7-8. Total Risks $26.20.
Race 9: Acorn Stakes(G1) --- Purse $500,000 --- 3 YO Fillies ---- 1 1/16 Mile:
1)Dorth Vader (10-1) has started 4 times with 1 win in her 2nd start of the year as her only board finish. In her last, she was sent to pressure the early pace and it set the race up for several late runners to make a major impact. But in her third start back which was her only win, she proved her would rather rate behind the early speed and then make her move after they tire each other considerably. Believe she again gets that opportunity as there are at least two in here that looks like they want the early lead at all costs. She has changed trainers since the Ky. Oaks and he decided to give Velasquez a try to relax her as most jockey tried thus far has burnt her out. 5x5 to Storm Bird, 5(C)x5(C)x5(F)x5(F) to Mr. Prospector.
8)Accede (8-1) has started twice in her career, breaking her maiden at first asking then in her last start, raced near the rear early and tried to grind her way into contention but it proved futile was front running speed was holding well that day. Trainer has put three more good works in her since that last race and she looks as ready as any in here. Complete outcross in her first 5 generations but is loaded with Teddy & Commando bloodlines.
7)Goodgirl Badhabits (10-1) has started twice and ran away from the competition in both starts but now gets an acid test to see if she is for real. Personally, I think she will pass that test but lose this battle though not likely to fade too bad if she gets over her bad gate habits. She has three good works since her last start which is not really surprising since she has plenty of early speed. The question with her is how well she will handle the pressure she will receive in here. Both her sire, Mastery and broodmare sire, Vindication, were unbeaten in 4 lifetime starts each but both were injured and retired during their 2 YO careers (I let you figure out who trained both). However, this one's 4th dam, Imagining, is also dam of multiple year champion filly, Serena's Song, who also was an excellent producer of solid foals. 5x3 to Seattle Slew, 5x4 to Storm Bird & Weekend Surprise.
4) Occult (12-1) has started twice this year, winning a listed stake race in her first start at 9 furlongs while staying on the favorable part of track that was listed as good and then faltering in her next start on a fast track, also at 9 furlongs. A filly she faced in both these races came back and ran a fast closing second in the Ky Oaks, so you will need to take her speed figures and toss them. She is much faster than those figures suggest but now gets a chance to prove it. Actually, believe she would prefer sitting off the early pace and then making her move turning into the stretch. She has 7 works since her last start with most of them good moves which likely means she is still on the improve. 4x4 to Storm Cat, 5x5 to Halo.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 1-8, $1 Tri Box 1-7-8, $.30 Super Box 1-4-7-8, $1 Super Key 1 with 4-7-8 with 4-7-8 with 4-7-8. Total Risk $29.20.
Race 10: Belmont Gold Cup S(G2) --- Purse $250,000 --- 4 YOs & Up --- 2 Miles Turf:
Race 11: Intercontinental Stakes(G3) --- Purse $200,000 --- 4 YOs & Up F&M --- 6 Furlongs Turf:
3) Clitheroe (15-1) has started once this year and won a first level condition allowance. She takes a big step up in class, but connections likely thought highly of her to drop north of $800K as a 2 YO purchase. She has two works since her U.S. debut win, a good work at 6 furlongs and a good work at 4 furlongs. She gets to race at the same track for 2 races in a row after switching tracks every start through her first 9 tries. 4(C)x5(C)x4(F) to Nureyev, 5(C)x4(F)x5(F) to Northern Dancer.
2) Sarah Harper (6-1) has started 3 times this year and has finished 3rd in two of those starts. However, her current form cycle started back in August of last year and she now has seven starts without a win but a second and 4 thirds. Her last start was her 2nd lifetime start on grass and she ran into a filly named Caravel both times. Caravel upset the boys in the BC Turf Sprint last year at 40-1 in gate to wire fashion. In Sarah Harper's first six starts of her career, she set quarter fractions of 21 4/5 seconds or faster, but those have been missing since she has returned. Why? It seems to me her trainer has been trying to get her to rate and it is not working as plan. Now it's time to go back to the catch me if you can type game. One good work since her last start. Can wire this field with a good break. 4x5 to Danzig.
7) Bubble Rock (5-2) has started twice this year which she finished 2nd in her first start in a first condition allowance, then return in a listed stakes race that is often the springboard race for sprint grass fillies to bigger and better races and won. Has 2 good works on grass around the dogs since that effort and a repeat performance would not be a surprise. 4x5 to Mr. Prospector, 4(C)x5(F)x5(F) to Northern Dancer.
1)Poppy Flower (9-2) has started twice this year with her first start being against O/C foes where she finished 3rd in a five-horse field that was nothing more than an out to help her get fitter, then a listed stakes where she finished second to the likely favorite in here. She has three works since her last start, the first work was a maintenance breeze followed by 2 good works that likely has her ready to give a top effort again. 5(C)x5(C)x 5(F) to Northern Dancer.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 2-3, $1 Tri Box 2-3-7, $.30 Super Box 1-2-3-7, $1 Super Key 2 with 1-3-7 with 1-3-7 with 1-3-7. Total Risk $29.20.
7th Race Late P5: 1,4 with 5,8 with 1,8 with 2,11 with 1,2. Total Risk $16.00. Total Risk All Bets: $225.40.
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2023.06.08 17:11 iopy-chan Kris is such a narcissist
Currently watching the episode were Kris gives Khloe's number to Lamar. When Kim confronts her shes like 'it's just who i am', 'everyone in this family is against me' and that shes just such a good person who believes in second chances and forgiving people. It's not your place to decide on whether or not to forgive Lamar, Kris! Like seriously, does she get off on Khloes pain? She always puts the men above her daughters.
Loved how Kim stood up for Khloe and supported her though.
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2023.06.08 16:26 Chad_Wife Ask your man : who are these women, and who has the most sexual charisma?
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Me: That’s right - can you tell who is who?
PB: (takes another minute) that one is Kim (correct) and that one is the uhhh… the momager? I’ve seen her on Ru Paul’s Drag Race
Me: Spot on - am I crazy or is “momager” the only one with any sexual charisma? I feel weird for saying that but-
PB: I agree, I think she has pimped them out and is the only one with any charisma left
(I almost died laughing - I’ve never mentioned “PMK” to my boyfriend. He doesn’t use the sub, or Reddit. He came to the Pimp Momma Kris conclusion all on his own, despite having never watched or followed any of these women.
(Other than the one alleged episode of RPDR where Kris stars as a guest? How TF did Kris pull that off?)
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I’d love to know what y’all’s boyfriends or male friends/family think about these women (who is who? Who has the most sensuality?) - I truly believe the KarJenners have no audience anymore. Even men.
None of my friends or co workers follow them on instagram. Not one person.
It seems like almost no one thinks of the KarJenners anymore- and those who do, only think “fuck I’m glad I was born too poor to fuck up this badly, this publicly, all my life”.
I never thought I’d be pleased to be in poverty but it beats irreversible surgical damage to my body, before I was old enough to vote. (Side note: do they vote?)
2023.06.08 16:10 joker_from_p5 We are kris theory
I'll preface this by saying that i need to believe this,if i dont ill be too scared to make my own choices in deltarune,probably not even playing it because i would feel bad.that said lets continue
The "we forcefully take control of kris" explanation is the most used in the fandom,i disagree,i think we are kris,all the taking souls out,and opening dark fountains is another entity,one thats just barely powerful enough to act as soul,thats why they move weird when we are taken out,thats why they put us back in,as to not raise suspicions.And no one(in game) mentions kris moving differently,less like a zombie and more like a normal human,so theres that.
Theres also the piano in the hospital,that kris cant play,but the narrator (which is probably kris) says that "its missing all the good keys".but ill take it a step further https://deltarune.com/kris_dreemurr_kris/
It's funny... there was a time when they were coming over almost every day.
We'd play, and we'd play... then after a while, they would suddenly get very still, like they were remembering something.
They'd go into the dining room to "get a snack," then after a few moments, I'd hear the piano.
The first few times, I went into watch them play, but when they realized I was looking, they'd always shut the piano and come back.
So over time, I just started staying on the couch in the living room. I'd lie there, listening to them play, sometimes for hours, sometimes even until I fell asleep.
Even then, what were they thinking about me?
Maybe they weren't thinking about me at all.
They didn't have a piano at their house, so they probably just came over to use mine.
Even then, with my eyes open, there were times when I wasn't even sure if we were friends.
But when I closed my eyes,
it felt like a concert just for me.
They dont have a piano at home,so where and why would they learn how to play?
then after a while, they would suddenly get very still, like they were remembering something.
Maybe kris isnt the one playing the piano,maybe some other entity took control,one that can play the piano.
And finally,why does kris have a history prior to deltarune,that probably is one of the easiest,sumply put,sometimes,even silent rpg characters have history prior to the game,take ren from persona 5,link in almost every game.
Overall,i really hope we are
But thats just a theory,A GAME THEORY
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2023.06.08 15:38 Weary-Jury-6290 A pragmatic argument for Deltarune having 11 chapters.
Disclaimer : the actual number of chapter doesn't matter, Toby will do what fits best. But I just want to explain why we should not dismiss the possibility of having 11 chapters.
So I'm going to start by saying that this theory is just based on one assumption : Deltarune is a game with a big scope. No theories, no plot reasons, just pure writing logic and a bit of common sense.
The idea that Deltarune is only 7 chapters long has bothered me for quite a while now, not for plot reasons, but purely on the writing side of things : assuming all 7 chapters share a 2-3 hour length, the game pacing would have to blow up to hit all the plot points we were given, which is a bit weird since the game has purposefully had a slower pace up until now.
To compare, Undertale, a game that is quite smaller in scope, has 7 chapters :
-The ruins (which sets up the main plot of the First Arc : "Escaping the undergound")
-Waterfall (big twist that saving and loading are diagetic)
-Hotland (big twist that we need to kill Asgore)
-Core + Asgore
-Flowey character arc (Photoshop Flowey, true lab, all dates, God of Hyperdeath ; Second Arc : "Finishing the game")
-Genocide (complement to the second arc, optional content)
The thing is : seven chapter is enough for Undertale because we only have two plot arcs and they are consecutive.
Deltarune has 4 big plot arcs (The Roaring, Finding Dess, Understanding Kris, Gaster's whole deal) in sight and is setting up for a much longer storyline. It feels as if we only are at "the ruins" in term of plot, way too early for us to enter the midgame storyline.
Games with big narratives need a bit more time to give a good experience. So I think that either the later chapters are going to be very long, which isn't great in term of balance, or we will have 11 chapters, which is a reasonable solution, Toby did say the game was big, and he worked on it for 12 years now.
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2023.06.08 15:26 Even-Courage6008 kall me kris nude
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2023.06.08 12:48 Lazy-Meat-5860 kall me kris nudes
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2023.06.08 09:46 Dragmire_Afterlife This was such a great show and I can't believe the crowd was so small
OC vs Swerve was an absolute banger of a match and their feud is going to go crazy. Both of them are fantastic in the ring together and the crowd ate all of it up and were asking for more at the end.
The Tornado Tag match was super fun and again the crowd was constantly going crazy. The chop counting moment with Hook was hype as fuck because everyone around him was on their feet screaming at the top of their lungs
The BCC is consistently a highlight for me on AEW especially with Bryan currently on the announce desk like Regal was. Mox is my favorite wrestler, Claudio and Yuta are consistently great in the ring and Bryan is one of the greatest of all time. The faction works. It just works.
MJF and Adam Cole had everybody in the palm of their hands and produced a near perfect promo that should wipe away any doubt people had over Adam Cole (Bay Bay) on the mic. Hopefully Adam wins next week just barely so we get a proper title match for the belt. This should be the start of a legendary feud. Also the piss cup remark sent me lol.
The women's match was really good too. I don't think the fans will get tired of Kris ANY time soon and she will hopefully take that belt and run with it like Orange Cassidy has. Just taking on anyone who steps up to the plate.
Bullet Club Gold is growing on me and I think if the Gunns have actually joined it, this is the perfect next step for them. They are pretty good in the ring but always needed that little nudge in the right direction character wise so joining the Bang Bang Gang could be that nudge.
But above everything else, and everything else was really freaking good, they miked up the crowd perfectly so that couple thousand person crowd sounded like a packed arena and elevated every spot on the card by hearing the crowd be as hyped on TV as they were irl. We all know how much poor crowd miking has hurt shows even when reports from the actual venues are saying it was loud as hell and AEW 100% got it right tonight.
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2023.06.08 04:50 DaddyAcer1 I have Fakes of the Following Streamers/Tiktokers/Youtubers
Valkyrae, Emmalangevin, Charli, Hannahowo,CallMeKris, Gee Nelly, Both Botez sisters, Corinna Kopf, Pokimane, Maya Higa, Lily, JustAminx, Alinty, TaliaMar, Fulise, Nadia, BrookeMonk, Jaime, AriaSaki,Jadeyanh, QuarterJade, Neekolul, Tinakitten, Susu, Emiru, Janet, Hyoon, Sssniperwolf, Malena Tudi, HeyImBee, BrookAB, Freya Nightingale, Bella Poarch, Indiefoxx, Strad Girl, Lauren Alexis, Sydeon, STpeach, Celine, Sofiiiiagomez, Kyedae, Elayna, 39daph,Sweet Anita, BonnieRabbit, AngelsKimi, Kitty Plays, Wendy, Gibi, Glow, Jamiw, Samara Redway
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2023.06.08 04:05 Available-Strategy59 22 [m4m] Canada/Anywhere - nerdy empath looking for the one
So, let me be straight up here. I’m not really the best looking. I’m really heavy. I’ve been working on it, but I am pretty insecure about it. So if that’s not something you’re into, then I’m not for you.
I am also autistic and have ADHD, sooo yeah. But if that hasn’t driven you away… hello! :3
My name is Kris or Kristian. I’m a 22 year old guy from Alberta, Canada. I am studying to become a counselling psychologist and just got my bachelors in applied psychology. I have an incredible passion for psychology, and I can not wait for the day I start helping people.
Well, I kind of am already. I work at a psych clinic that specializes in first responders. My job so far is to edit reports that can get them compensation for their mental health challenges. But once I get my degree, I’ll be able to sit and take interviews! I’m so excited 😁
In my free time, I love watching cartoons, funny and educational videos on YouTube, read research articles, and just learn things however I can. I’m not a really big gamer and I’ve been meaning to get into anime for a long time.
I am a really affectionate person, I might attach pretty quick. I try to show empathy and kindness whenever I can! I am shy at first, but around the right person, I can be really goofy and playful, you can definitely get that side out of me. I’m an absolute nerd.
The only thing I require of a partner is willingness to accept me for who I am and have fun with me! I would like to be friends and partners at the same time. I have no limitations in terms of where you’re from, and I value connection more than physical apparence.
Okie, so I think that’s about good. Hope to hear from you soon!!!
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2023.06.08 03:52 Chad_Wife The KarJenners have “a-sexualised” themselves
I mean “A-sexualised” in the sense that they have stopped having any honest sexual expressions - I do not believe you can “become” asexual as in the LGBT+ asexual. I am queer. You cannot “become” queeLGBT+.
Off the bat I am a queer woman.
I will not be speculating on the sexualities of ANYONE - I will ONLY be speaking about how they CHOOSE to present their sexuality/sensuality to the public.
Now that all that is out of the way…
There’s a reason Kim has no sex factor.
There’s a reason Kylie & Kendull show more love and affection to the women in their lives than the men they date.
There’s a reason Khloe can’t get more than a deadbeat low level sports dude.
There’s a reason Kris is the only only with an OUNCE of sexual charisma.
The KarJenner daughters never actually learnt sex - or sexiness/sensuality. It’s always been a facade to get attention, and once they are old enough to actually learn about sex/sensuality it triggers their imposter syndrome . We are watching it live in Kylie. They only learnt to sell themselves to an audience of millions (who would therefor never all agree to love them..) in exchange for attention.
They have never learnt what makes them feel sexual/sensual - their sexuality was never about them, it was about strangers.
This has this left them repulsed AND controlled by male attention. I would be repulsed too if my entire body was badly surgically morphed into a sex symbol for people I didn’t know - while being aware that was my only way to succeed compared to my sisters.
It’s also left them insecure and unsure of what actually makes sexiness or sensuality. They’ve spent their lives catering to randos online, they haven’t developed their own “energy” “vibe” or “sensuality”
It’s so shallow and uncomfortable that it’s clearly become performative. They don’t feel sexy. You can tell by looking that them. I hate to admit that Kris has the most “sensual energy” out of all of them.
For Example, some people ooze sensuality. (Yes- I can hear that and I know it sounds weird.)
I’ve never seen Angelina in BDSM or foot fetish ware (cough Kourtney cough cough) - but she is a symbol of sensuality.
Ditto for women like Mila Kunis, Beyoncé, Megan Fox (RIP) and J-Lo. They may not be your type, but there’s no denying that they have a sensual energy.
They don’t have to leak tapes or act like incestuous adult film stars with their sisters on instagram to be sensual. They are sexy/sensual because they are confident adult women who know & respect themselves intimately.
The KarJenners - simply put - do not.
Their entire livelihoods have been built off of pretending to be sex symbols - often before they knew what sex was (Kendal and Kylie). Now that they’re adults they have built no other traits that would actually make them sensual or sexual. They aren’t confident, they aren’t self motivated, they aren’t compassionate or grounded or interesting. They’re just bodies, that are clearly unsure of how to keep acting.
They grew up in a mask, and never learnt how to actually be adult women. Just caricatures. And it really, really, shows.
Realising this has made me pitty them (but not enough to stop disliking them).
They must be the most publicly documented example of what a toxic matriarchy (under the patriarchy) leads to.
The worlds most pathetic & public attempt to claw for the validation that clearly was never nurtured from within.
They only feel comfortable showing love to other women because they are pathologised (by Kris) to misunderstand sensuality and male attention.
Therefor, women are the only safe companions. The only ones they aren’t destroying their bodies for, and can actually be a 3D person with. Not a weird, anxious, badly sexualised “sex symbol”. This is why the seem so much more comfortable with women than the men they date.
Again- this doesn’t constitute queerness. Straight women can dislike men and still be straight.
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2023.06.08 03:05 TheDuzzyFuckling A Breakdown of the Splash Hits at Pac Bell/SBC/AT&T/Oracle Park
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On Friday, June 2nd, 2023, Giants' first baseman Lamonte Wade, Jr. smoked the opening pitch of the game into McCovey Cove to take a 1-0 lead over the visiting Orioles. The historic home run was the 100th round tripper hit into the water by a Giants player since the best stadium in baseball (sorry Pittsburgh) opened in the year 2000.
While I found helpful data sources on MLB.com
and Baseball Almanac
, I wanted to dig a little deeper into Splash Hit data by both the Giants and opposing teams, specifically because I knew Barry Bonds had the most waterballs, but I had NO idea who was #2. Let me throw some fun facts at you first - these will be great trivia questions for the other, more offline baseball fans in your life.
Splash Hit Fun Facts
- While Giants players have now combined for 100 Splash Hits, all other opposing teams have combined for 55
- Joc Pederson and Ryan Klesko are the only two players to have Splash Hits as members of the Giants and another team - the Dodgers and Cubs for Joc, and the Padres for Klesko
- Including Joc, four players have hit more than one Splash Hit as members of more than one other organization - the others are Adam Laroche with the Diamondbacks and Pirates, Bryce Harper with the Nats and Phillies, and Carlos Delgado with the Mets and Marlins
- The Diamondbacks are the opposing team that has hit the most Splash Hits with 8
- No player on the Guardians, Tigers, Royals, Twins, Orioles, Yankees, Rays, Blue Jays, A's, or Mariners has hit one yet, mostly due to limited appearances in San Francisco (not the A's though, they just suck)
- Tim Lincecum is the Giants pitcher who has given up the most opposing Splash Hits with 5, and ten other pitchers are tied for second with two
- Barry Bonds hit the first Giants Splash Hit on 5/1/2000, while Todd Hundley of the Angels was the first opponent to hit one two months later on 6/30/2000
- No right-handed hitter has ever clubbed a Splash Hit, although Buster Posey came close a few times
- EXTREMELY GOOD TRIVIA QUESTION ALERT: Who was the second Giant after Bonds to hit one into the cove? Utilityman Felipe Crespo, who bounced around the league for five years, amassing ten career home runs... 20% wet dongs isn't bad.
Splash Hits by Giants Player
Here is the graph showing the top thirteen Splash Hit bombers for the Giants. No surprise that Barry Bonds is alone at the top (and will probably stay there until we get Ohtani next season). Take a shot if you thought you'd see Aubrey Huff in this post.
I was pretty surprised that Brandon Belt was #2, considering that he never achieved the power numbers it seemed like he could. Regardless, hitting almost
one Splash Hit per year as a Giant was enough to get him there. It's great to see current players Yaz, Lamonte, and Joc moving up each season, and I think Joc will take #2 from Belt if he stays a few more years.
Data Giants Splash Hits
Table formatting brought to you by ExcelToReddit Count of Giants Splash Hits by Player
|Splash Hit ||Batter ||Date ||Pitcher |
|1 ||Barry Bonds ||5/1/2000 ||Rich Rodriguez |
|2 ||Barry Bonds ||5/10/2000 ||Andy Benes |
|3 ||Barry Bonds ||5/10/2000 ||Heathcliff Slocumb |
|4 ||Barry Bonds ||5/24/2000 ||Mike Thurman |
|5 ||Barry Bonds ||7/19/2000 ||Brian Meadows |
|6 ||Barry Bonds ||9/20/2000 ||Steve Parris |
|7 ||Barry Bonds ||4/17/2001 ||Terry Adams |
|8 ||Barry Bonds ||4/18/2001 ||Chan Ho Park |
|9 ||Barry Bonds ||5/24/2001 ||John Thomson |
|10 ||Felipe Crespo ||5/28/2001 ||Bret Prinz |
|11 ||Barry Bonds ||5/30/2001 ||Robert Ellis |
|12 ||Barry Bonds ||6/12/2001 ||Pat Rapp |
|13 ||Felipe Crespo ||7/28/2001 ||Curtis Leskanic |
|14 ||Barry Bonds ||8/4/2001 ||Nelson Figueroa |
|15 ||Barry Bonds ||8/14/2001 ||Ricky Bones |
|16 ||Barry Bonds ||8/31/2001 ||John Thomson |
|17 ||Barry Bonds ||9/29/2001 ||Chuck McElroy |
|18 ||Barry Bonds ||5/13/2002 ||Kevin Millwood |
|19 ||Barry Bonds ||5/18/2002 ||Brad Penny |
|20 ||Barry Bonds ||5/18/2002 ||Vic Darensbourg |
|21 ||Barry Bonds ||9/8/2002 ||Brian Anderson |
|22 ||Barry Bonds ||9/28/2002 ||Jeriome Robertson |
|23 ||Barry Bonds ||10/12/2002 ||Chuck Finley |
|24 ||Barry Bonds ||4/14/2003 ||Wade Miller |
|25 ||Barry Bonds ||4/30/2003 ||Matt Clement |
|26 ||J.T. Snow ||6/5/2003 ||Kyle Lohse |
|27 ||Barry Bonds ||6/27/2003 ||Ted Lilly |
|28 ||Jose Cruz, Jr. ||7/8/2003 ||Dan Haren |
|29 ||Barry Bonds ||8/8/2003 ||Jose Mesa |
|30 ||Barry Bonds ||8/19/2003 ||Ray King |
|31 ||Barry Bonds ||9/13/2003 ||Doug Davis |
|32 ||Barry Bonds ||4/12/2004 ||Matt Kinney |
|33 ||Barry Bonds ||4/13/2004 ||Ben Ford |
|34 ||Michael Tucker ||5/30/2004 ||Joe Kennedy |
|35 ||A.J. Pierzynski ||7/6/2004 ||Denny Stark |
|36 ||Barry Bonds ||7/30/2004 ||Chris Carpenter |
|37 ||Barry Bonds ||8/3/2004 ||Cory Lidle |
|38 ||Michael Tucker ||4/9/2005 ||Scott Dohmann |
|39 ||Randy Winn ||9/14/2005 ||Woody Williams |
|40 ||Barry Bonds ||9/18/2005 ||Hong-Chih Kuo |
|41 ||Barry Bonds ||8/21/2006 ||Livan Hernandez |
|42 ||Barry Bonds ||4/18/2007 ||Ryan Franklin |
|43 ||Ryan Klesko ||5/21/2007 ||Trever Miller |
|44 ||Ryan Klesko ||6/29/2007 ||Livan Hernandez |
|45 ||Barry Bonds ||8/8/2007 ||Tim Redding |
|46 ||Fred Lewis ||4/26/2008 ||Matt Belisle |
|47 ||John Bowker ||7/2/2008 ||Ryan Dempster |
|48 ||Andres Torres ||6/15/2009 ||John Lackey |
|49 ||Pablo Sandoval ||7/30/2009 ||Rodrigo Lopez |
|50 ||Pablo Sandoval ||8/29/2009 ||Jason Marquis |
|51 ||Aubrey Huff ||5/1/2010 ||Rafael Betancourt |
|52 ||Aubrey Huff ||6/16/2010 ||Jeremy Guthrie |
|53 ||Andres Torres ||7/28/2010 ||Jorge Sosa |
|54 ||Pablo Sandoval ||8/12/2010 ||Randy Wells |
|55 ||Pablo Sandoval ||9/30/2010 ||Barry Enright |
|56 ||Pablo Sandoval ||7/4/2011 ||Ernesto Frieri |
|57 ||Nate Schierholtz ||7/8/2011 ||R.A. Dickey |
|58 ||Pablo Sandoval ||8/31/2011 ||Rodrigo Lopez |
|59 ||Carlos Beltran ||9/14/2011 ||Mat Latos |
|60 ||Brandon Belt ||9/27/2011 ||Alex White |
|61 ||Brandon Belt ||6/14/2012 ||Wandy Rodriguez |
|62 ||Brandon Belt ||9/4/2012 ||Ian Kennedy |
|63 ||Pablo Sandoval ||5/12/2013 ||Kris Medlen |
|64 ||Brandon Crawford ||4/13/2014 ||Rex Brothers |
|65 ||Tyler Colvin ||5/12/2014 ||Gavin Floyd |
|66 ||Brandon Crawford ||5/14/2014 ||David Carpenter |
|67 ||Travis Ishikawa ||9/12/2014 ||Kevin Correia |
|68 ||Brandon Belt ||9/25/2014 ||Andrew Cashner |
|69 ||Brandon Belt ||6/8/2016 ||David Price |
|70 ||Denard Span ||6/13/2016 ||Chase Anderson |
|71 ||Denard Span ||8/20/2016 ||Bartolo Colon |
|72 ||Brandon Belt ||5/13/2017 ||Lisalverto Bonilla |
|73 ||Brandon Belt ||6/10/2017 ||Jose Berrios |
|74 ||Denard Span ||7/7/2017 ||Dan Straily |
|75 ||Denard Span ||7/19/2017 ||Carlos Carrasco |
|76 ||Denard Span ||9/11/2017 ||Kenta Maeda |
|77 ||Pablo Sandoval ||4/4/2018 ||Felix Hernandez |
|78 ||Brandon Belt ||5/15/2018 ||Tyler Mahle |
|79 ||Stephen Vogt ||8/9/2019 ||Drew Smyly |
|80 ||Scooter Gennett ||8/11/2019 ||Jake Arrieta |
|81 ||Brandon Belt ||8/29/2019 ||Chris Paddack |
|82 ||Mike Yastrzemski ||7/29/2020 ||Matt Strahm |
|83 ||Mike Yastrzemski ||9/25/2020 ||Chris Paddack |
|84 ||Mike Yastrzemski ||4/24/2021 ||Yimi Garcia |
|85 ||Brandon Crawford ||4/27/2021 ||Daniel Bard |
|86 ||Steven Duggar ||6/15/2021 ||Alex Young |
|87 ||Mike Yastrzemski ||6/15/2021 ||Humberto Castellanos |
|88 ||Brandon Belt ||6/19/2021 ||Aaron Nola |
|89 ||LaMonte Wade, Jr. ||7/31/2021 ||Zack Greinke |
|90 ||Alex Dickerson ||8/11/2021 ||Tyler Clippard |
|91 ||LaMonte Wade, Jr. ||9/17/2021 ||Ian Anderson |
|92 ||Jason Vosler ||4/30/2022 ||Erasmo Ramírez |
|93 ||Mike Yastrzemski ||5/8/2022 ||Génesis Cabrera |
|94 ||Joc Pederson ||5/24/2022 ||Drew Smith |
|95 ||LaMonte Wade, Jr. ||7/17/2022 ||Jason Alexander |
|96 ||Joc Pederson ||8/30/2022 ||Nick Martinez |
|97 ||Joc Pederson ||9/2/2022 ||Kyle Gibson |
|98 ||LaMonte Wade, Jr. ||4/8/2023 ||Brady Singe |
|99 ||Brandon Crawford ||4/22/2023 ||David Peterson |
|100 ||LaMonte Wade, Jr. ||6/2/2023 ||Dean Kremer |
Table formatting brought to you by ExcelToReddit Count of Splash Hits Surrendered by Giants Pitchers
|Batter ||Count |
|Barry Bonds ||35 |
|Brandon Belt ||10 |
|Pablo Sandoval ||8 |
|Denard Span ||5 |
|Mike Yastrzemski ||5 |
|LaMonte Wade, Jr. ||5 |
|Brandon Crawford ||4 |
|Joc Pederson ||3 |
|Felipe Crespo ||2 |
|Michael Tucker ||2 |
|Ryan Klesko ||2 |
|Andres Torres ||2 |
|Aubrey Huff ||2 |
|J.T. Snow ||1 |
|Jose Cruz, Jr. ||1 |
|A.J. Pierzynski ||1 |
|Randy Winn ||1 |
|Fred Lewis ||1 |
|John Bowker ||1 |
|Nate Schierholtz ||1 |
|Carlos Beltran ||1 |
|Tyler Colvin ||1 |
|Travis Ishikawa ||1 |
|Stephen Vogt ||1 |
|Scooter Gennett ||1 |
|Steven Duggar ||1 |
|Alex Dickerson ||1 |
|Jason Vosler ||1 |
Table formatting brought to you by ExcelToReddit Opposing Players Splash Hits
|Pitcher ||Count |
|Tim Lincecum ||5 |
|Anthony DeSclafani ||2 |
|Madison Bumgarner ||2 |
|Johnny Cueto ||2 |
|Hunter Strickland ||2 |
|Ryan Vogelsong ||2 |
|Tim Hudson ||2 |
|Matt Cain ||2 |
|Kevin Correia ||2 |
|Matt Morris ||2 |
|Brett Tomko ||2 |
|Jacob Junis ||1 |
|Kevin Gausman ||1 |
|Trevor Gott ||1 |
|Jeff Samardzija ||1 |
|Tony Watson ||1 |
|Shaun Anderson ||1 |
|Connor Menez ||1 |
|Chris Stratton ||1 |
|Will Smith ||1 |
|Ray Black ||1 |
|Matt Moore ||1 |
|George Kontos ||1 |
|Yusmiero Petit ||1 |
|Jake Peavy ||1 |
|Javier Lopez ||1 |
|Barry Zito ||1 |
|Ramon Ramirez ||1 |
|Sergio Romo ||1 |
|Jonathan Sanchez ||1 |
|Osiris Matos ||1 |
|Vinnie Chulk ||1 |
|Jamey Wright ||1 |
|Brad Hennessey ||1 |
|Jason Schmidt ||1 |
|Tyler Walker ||1 |
|Ryan Jensen ||1 |
|Kirk Rueter ||1 |
|Tim Worrell ||1 |
|Shawn Estes ||1 |
|Robb Nen ||1 |
Table formatting brought to you by ExcelToReddit Count of Splash Hits by Opposing Team
|Splash Hit ||Batter ||Team ||Date ||Pitcher |
|1 ||Todd Hundley ||LAA ||6/30/2000 ||Robb Nen |
|2 ||Luis Gonzalez ||AZ ||9/23/2000 ||Shawn Estes |
|3 ||Mark Grace ||AZ ||5/28/2001 ||Tim Worrell |
|4 ||Luis Gonzalez ||AZ ||5/30/2002 ||Kirk Rueter |
|5 ||Ryan Klesko ||SD ||4/9/2003 ||Ryan Jensen |
|6 ||Hee Seop Choi ||FLA ||4/30/2004 ||Kevin Correia |
|7 ||Corey Patterson ||CHC ||8/7/2004 ||Tyler Walker |
|8 ||Cliff Floyd ||NYM ||8/21/2004 ||Brett Tomko |
|9 ||Russell Branyan ||MIL ||4/23/2005 ||Brett Tomko |
|10 ||Larry Walker ||STL ||7/8/2005 ||Jason Schmidt |
|11 ||Carlos Delgado ||FLA ||7/23/2005 ||Brad Hennessey |
|12 ||Cliff Floyd ||NYM ||4/25/2006 ||Jamey Wright |
|13 ||Carlos Delgado ||NYM ||4/26/2006 ||Matt Morris |
|14 ||Carlos Delgado ||NYM ||5/9/2007 ||Matt Morris |
|15 ||Adam LaRoche ||PIT ||8/11/2007 ||Tim Lincecum |
|16 ||Lance Berkman ||HOU ||5/15/2008 ||Vinnie Chulk |
|17 ||Prince Fielder ||MIL ||7/19/2008 ||Osiris Matos |
|18 ||Brian Giles ||SD ||8/24/2008 ||Kevin Correia |
|19 ||Miguel Montero ||ARI ||9/29/2009 ||Jonathan Sanchez |
|20 ||David Ortiz ||BOS ||6/27/2010 ||Tim Lincecum |
|21 ||Adam LaRoche ||ARI ||8/27/2010 ||Tim Lincecum |
|22 ||Adam LaRoche ||ARI ||8/28/2010 ||Sergio Romo |
|23 ||Rick Ankiel ||ATL ||10/8/2010 ||Ramon Ramirez |
|24 ||Dioner Navarro ||LAD ||7/20/2011 ||Tim Lincecum |
|25 ||Mitch Moreland ||TEX ||6/9/2012 ||Ryan Vogelsong |
|26 ||Brian McCann ||ATL ||5/10/2013 ||Matt Cain |
|27 ||Carlos Gonzalez ||COL ||5/25/2013 ||Barry Zito |
|28 ||Garrett Jones ||PIT ||8/22/2013 ||Matt Cain |
|29 ||Carlos Gonzales ||COL ||4/11/2014 ||Madison Bumgarner |
|30 ||Yasmani Grandal ||SD ||4/30/2014 ||Tim Hudson |
|31 ||Freddie Freeman ||ATL ||5/12/2014 ||Javier Lopez |
|32 ||Curtis Granderson ||NYM ||6/8/2014 ||Tim Lincecum |
|33 ||Adam Dunn ||CWS ||8/13/2014 ||Jake Peavy |
|34 ||Corey Dickerson ||COL ||8/27/2014 ||Tim Hudson |
|35 ||Ender Inciarte ||ARI ||9/9/2014 ||Yusmiero Petit |
|36 ||Bryce Harper ||WAS ||10/7/2014 ||Hunter Strickland |
|37 ||Cody Asche ||PHI ||7/11/2015 ||Ryan Vogelsong |
|38 ||Ben Zobrist ||CHC ||5/20/2016 ||George Kontos |
|39 ||Joc Pederson ||LAD ||6/12/2016 ||Hunter Strickland |
|40 ||Curtis Granderson ||NYM ||8/19/2016 ||Johnny Cueto |
|41 ||Chase Utley ||LAD ||9/12/2017 ||Johnny Cueto |
|42 ||Cody Bellinger ||LAD ||9/13/2017 ||Matt Moore |
|43 ||Matt Carpenter ||STL ||7/820/18 ||Ray Black |
|44 ||Rougned Odor ||TEX ||8/24/2018 ||Will Smith |
|45 ||Max Muncy ||LAD ||9/30/2018 ||Chris Stratton |
|46 ||Max Muncy ||LAD ||6/9/2019 ||Madison Bumgarner |
|47 ||Michael Conforto ||NYM ||7/21/2019 ||Connor Menez |
|48 ||Robel Garcia ||CHC ||7/22/2019 ||Shaun Anderson |
|49 ||Bryce Harper ||PHI ||8/9/2019 ||Tony Watson |
|50 ||Shin-Soo Choo ||TEX ||8/2/2020 ||Jeff Samardzija |
|51 ||Daulton Varsho ||ARI ||9/5/2020 ||Trevor Gott |
|52 ||Mike Moustakas ||CIN ||4/13/2021 ||Kevin Gausman |
|53 ||Joc Pederson ||CHC ||6/3/2021 ||Anthony DeSclafani |
|54 ||Bryson Stott ||PHI ||9/3/2022 ||Jacob Junis |
|55 ||Jack Suwinski ||PIT ||5/29/2023 ||Anthony DeSclafani |
Table formatting brought to you by ExcelToReddit
|Team ||Count |
|Arizona Diamondbacks ||8 |
|New York Mets ||7 |
|Los Angeles Dodgers ||6 |
|Chicago Cubs ||4 |
|Pittsburgh Pirates ||3 |
|Philadelphia Phillies ||3 |
|Texas Rangers ||3 |
|Colorado Rockies ||3 |
|Atlanta Braves ||3 |
|San Diego Padres ||3 |
|St. Louis Cardinals ||2 |
|Milwaukee Brewers ||2 |
|Miami Marlins ||2 |
|Cincinnati Reds ||1 |
|Washington Nationals ||1 |
|Chicago White Sox ||1 |
|Boston Red Sox ||1 |
|Houston Astros ||1 |
|Los Angeles Angels ||1 |
|Cleveland Guardians ||0 |
|Detroit Tigers ||0 |
|Kansas City Royals ||0 |
|Minnesota Twins ||0 |
|Baltimore Orioles ||0 |
|New York Yankees ||0 |
|Tampa Bay Rays ||0 |
|Toronto Blue Jays ||0 |
|Oakland Athletics ||0 |
|Seattle Mariners ||0 |
2023.06.08 03:04 Jilltro I asked my husbands best friend which kardashian he thinks is the hottest and he called Kourtney “uninteresting” lmao
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I posted a comment about my husbands BFF before. He’s a nice guy, but he once jerked off to the shadow of a tree waving in the wind because he thought it was a shadow of two people having sex in a car on the street. He doesn’t follow the Kardashians at all, couldn’t identify any of them and the only one whose name he even knew was Kim. So I thought it would be funny to ask him his opinions on who is the most attractive. submitted by Jilltro to KUWTKsnark [link] [comments]
Kris: “too old, not interested.” Kim and Khloe: “not super into either of them but I would hit it.” Kourtney: “her face is just so. . .uninteresting. Pass.” Kendall: “whatever, pass” Kylie: “what the fuck is wrong with her cheeks? Or the rest of her face. No, pass.”
The fact that he called Kourtney uninteresting made me laugh. Maybe Kim will date him next, they have a lot in common and he has a certain Pete Davidson quality about him.