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Stupid Americans and their Transformers pornography
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• Posted by: Marcato
• Date: Saturday, June 26, 2010, at 4:34 p.m.
• IP Address: 124.13.84.225

A ratio of 59 of every 60 American citizens (humans from the USA) are naturally stupid. The most common stupid Americans are strange and mindless creatures called rednecks, from the southern states. Americans have a tendency to enjoy the casual fun of Transformers pornography too. One of the most famous lines is "I didn't know that output could be an input!" --Decepticons. This fascination with Transformers starts at an early age, especially in males, tomboys, and lesbians. Children are often given Transformer toys to play with, which helps develop their love for Transformer porn and cars. Other common forms of sexual enjoyment among younger Americans include, but are not limited to, kitty on kitten porn (generally associated with too much kitten huffing), male giraffe riding, naked women, and molesting bartenders.






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