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I am... Caveman. Spokane, Washington, USA

36 thoughts on “Whats up big Dawgs…

  1. ‘camel slut monday’, podium style…that’s ‘ummm, ummm, finger lickin’ good’

    …this IS going to be a regular feature on mondays then, yes ???…

  2. “…this IS going to be a regular feature on mondays then, yes ???…”

    Tuesday’s is with Dirty. Monday’s should all camel.

  3. “I see these people wearing medals, but what did they win?”

    Toe like that is an automatic medal.

    Silly rabbit…

  4. Is them whore shoes spd compatible? Jeeze, I picked a good time to quit drinkin’.

  5. Holy Shit! They need a gallon of “clam-closeya. I haven’t seen that much moose-knuckle, ninja-foot, whatever you want to call it, in one place since the 80′s

  6. Hey there! Someone in my Myspace group shared this website with us so I came to look it over. I’m definitely loving the information. I’m bookmarking and will be tweeting this to my followers! Terrific blog and brilliant style and design.

  7. Oh shit.

    It stripped info.

    The end of that was “Insert standard disclaimer here”

    I wrapped it in HTML like an idiot.

  8. You people disgust me!

    These are your normal, average ladies just doing a job to earn enough to pay the rent, child daycare fees or a student loan.

    & yet we have all these disrespectful comments?

    Shame on you!

    Sorry wait, this is Drunkcyclist, what was I thinking?

    My Bad.

  9. Your bad indeed.

    Camel toe is priceless on this site. We pay extra for this shit.

    The Father, The Son and The Holy Goat would agree.

  10. I’m frankly just going to stand waaaay over here, so that when the lighting bolt hits you, I don’t get any after burn.

  11. Quote of the day.

    “if my family knew how much i drank, my grades would definitely seem way more impressive”

  12. Whoever decided to put the seam directly down the middle of those kits gets an A+ in my book. Womens cycling gear should all be designed this way.

  13. @26-Gayer than an Easter bonnet on the Fourth of July, apparently. It just this moment dawned on me that women in Copenhagen find that sort of shoe perfectly serviceable for riding from point “A” to point “B”.