My Butt Hurts, Therefore I Am

Feminists (and SJWs) in general tend to focus on issues that have the following properties,

I.  They are easy to define and understand

II.  There are identifiable villains

III. The remedies to the issues are easy to define special privileges

IV. It can be claimed that the victim is not responsible in anyway for the creation of this issue (this criteria can’t always be met, but with lots of pontificating, the opposition can often be subdued)

V.  You can show people with sad faces, people crying, etc.

There are the issues that fit the above criteria, and then there are issues that in the larger scheme of things, actually really matter.  The two sets of issues are not necessarily mutually exclusive, but they are close.

There are real issues that people have; they adversely affect them and the society that they are part of.  Real solutions for many of these problems involve changing attitudes and behaviors of the designated victims.  This is difficult, it takes time and is not easy to do.  For example, in the case of women, feminist types don’t really have general good of women in mind with whatever their latest cause is (e.g. manspreading, mansplaining, “rape culture”, etc.)  These are all just BS issues that have little significance other than the fact that they alienate women and men from each other.  There are real true issues that women have (the effects of riding the carousel, being entitled, etc.) that the feminists ignore.  Just can’t go there.   Insert any other designated victim group here, and perform your own analysis.  What do you see?

So what to do?  If you want to feel good about yourself, to feel that you matter, that you are doing something great; you look for situations that fit the five criteria above.  Then you whine, emote, etc.  You might end up changing the world a bit.  But these changes do not really affect the true problems.  Deep down these people surely realize this; for this is why they compensate with extra butthurt in order to convince themselves otherwise.

P.S. Note that this approach with simple problems and easy villains lends itself to viewing the whole situation as a surrogate for cheering for your favorite athletic team.  Naturally enough, cheering for your side against the other side is fun, keeps one busy and is satisfying.  And once again, one gets bonus points for doing good for the world (even if you really aren’t; after all, it is the thought that matters)


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100 comments on “My Butt Hurts, Therefore I Am
  1. Farm Boy says:

    Thee is the old joke about the fella who lost his pocket watch. He was looking for it under the streetlamp. Another fella comes up and offers to help.

    “Where did you lose it”, he asked.
    “Over there in the dark alley” the man replied.
    “So why are looking for it here”?
    “Because this is where I can see”

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    I am not sure if Cill should go to Horseman’s website. He likes the boobs too much. It might be overstimulation.


  3. Interesting times.

    The best we can do is what we are doing. Withdraw. Skills. Support. Money. Attention.

    Safe space Google without engineers
    Trans military without new volunteers
    Female led colleges without male tuition
    Animal cruelty farms without male physical labour
    Divorce won houses without the hubby’s preventative maintenance.
    Non anonymous invetro labs with eggs and no sperm
    Any social event “where have all the men, even the icky ones, gone?”

    Its like when USSR started to change after Gorbachov. No one thought it would spiral so fast
    By 2020, three short years the world will be so different.


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  4. Farm Boy says:

    A brand new review published today

    Liked by 1 person


    Its this image of the google logo with Rollos SMV graph I was posting.


  6. Cill says:

    A good boob is one of the few things I don’t mind getting in my face.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Choicy says:

    “II. There are identifiable villains”

    The white man is always ther villain mate.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Yoda says:

    See boobs everywhere Farm Boy does

    Liked by 1 person

  9. SFC Ton says:

    Awesome tittle

    Liked by 3 people

  10. Ok Google, Search
    “One of the most infuential investment/finance papers in the country is against me.”


    Liked by 1 person

  11. Women.
    Fuck ’em.
    And if you can’t Fuck ’em
    Fuck ’em.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Boobs everywhere they are.
    It does make a difference who they are attached to.

    Feminists noisy and obnoxious they are.
    Who can live with them?
    It doesn’t matter if they have boobs.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Feminists silly they are.
    Get more out of bears with honey instead of vinegar they could.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Yoda says:

    “Google is run like a religious cult. Conform and carry out the rituals, and you’ll be rewarded and praised; ask any uncomfortable questions or offend the wrong people, and the threats and public shaming will be swift and ruthless. The religion in this case is a kind of intersectional feminism, its central tenets are Diversity and Inclusion, its demonic enemy is Bias, and its purifying rituals include humiliating forms of “training” that resemble Maoist struggle sessions.”

    “This might sound crazy to a lot of your readers, but college students should understand, since it’s a similar culture.”

    According to Gordon, efforts to terrorize employees over identity politics come from both managers and rank-and-file Googlers.

    “The agitation ranges from very subtle (“it’s not OK,” “we cannot stand for this,” “these are shitty opinions”) to quite overt (“this is violently offensive,” “I will not tolerate,” “I could not in good conscience assign anyone to work with you”).”

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  15. Yoda says:

    A good boob is one of the few things I don’t mind getting in my face.

    Two better it would be

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Choicy says:

    A feminist boob would be dry as a nun’s tit mate.. as flat as a coal stoker’s shovel.

    Liked by 3 people

  17. Choicy says:

    He couldn’t say two boobs are one of the few things I don’t mind getting in my face. It is crook english mate.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Choicy says:

    Google pissed on its own diversity parade I reckon my mates.

    Liked by 2 people

  19. Cill says:

    I must admit, two boobs are better than one. Some things just come better in pairs.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. Choicy says:

    Yeah Cillo, boob #2 gives you a view of what boob #1 looked like before you wrapped your laughing gear around it mate.


  21. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Known to travel in pairs they are.
    Never say a discouraging word they do.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Yoda says:

    Wonder if Tarn’s boobs still big they are I do

    Liked by 1 person

  23. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn other qualities she has.
    Boobs a fiction they may have been.
    Titillate Farm Boy they did.


  24. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, what you foreign jokers don’t seem to realize is, boobs are for babies. I don’t bother with them much, except I do hitch the big ones up to make sure there’s no Kauri Club hidden behind them. Some Moehau Man sheilas like to play rough.

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  25. Spawny Get says:

    ‘there’s no Kauri Club hidden behind them’

    That’s probably the Moehau version of the pencil test. If a woman can place a pencil under her boob and it remains there when her hands are taken away…time for a bra

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    ‘as flat as a coal stoker’s shovel’

    LOL. Did you get special lessons in these things at school? There seems to be an endless stream of them and they’re so well observed. Having a grin like a shot fox is still my favourite though. So far

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  27. Yoda says:

    That’s probably the Moehau version of the pencil test.

    But Moehau Man Sheilas free swingers they are


  28. Choicy says:

    Spawny I thought of something flat mate. There is a heart shaped shovel in my shed but a coal stokers shovel has a flatter end. wink
    A grin like a shot fox is an old one mate.

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    The problem with Identity Liberalism is not that it seeks to create workplaces that are fair to men and women both, and to people of all races, and so forth. We all want that, or ought to. The problem is only partly that it’s criteria for judging the fairness of a workplace are contradictory and unfair, as Dr. Miller points out above. The core of the problem is that identity liberalism construes disagreement as heresy, and viciously punishes heretics.

    And it is therefore impossible for identity liberalism, and the institutions that embrace it, to self-correct, because all criticism is treated as evil. The critic finds himself, like [Google’s James Damore], defending not his thesis (which may or may not be wrong), but his moral worth.

    If you want that kind of society, vote Democratic. If you want a society that turns into a war of all against all, based on race, sex, and whatnot, vote Democratic. That’s what it seems like to a lot of us. We are not about to swim to shore and volunteer to be netted, because we hate ourselves and our sons and daughters so much that we believe we deserve to have our careers sacrificed for the sake of creating Utopia.

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  30. BuenaVista says:

    Dispatch from the front: there are men who actually live like this:


  31. Bv

    Easy Reply.

    “Not!” And walk away.


  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Faith Goldy takes a look at some of James Damore’s colleagues.

    They fired the sane, productive one to protect the sensibilities of this bunch?


  33. thedeti says:


    You’re kidding, right?

    Fuck that bullshit.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. Farm Boy says:

    What do Google, Evergreen State College, and Middlebury have in common?

    A lot, apparently. They’re filled with “snowflakes” — those students (in Google’s case, employees) who have such a high sensitivity to — or is it inability to tolerate — diversity of thought, they dissolve like so many, well, snowflakes.

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    Lots of Hurt Butts at Google

    You can almost hear the slavering hatred:

    Colm Buckley: “You know there are certain “alternative views, including different political views” which I do not want people to feel safe to share here… You can believe women or minorities are unqualified all you like — I can’t stop you — but if you say it out loud, then you deserve what’s coming to you. Yes, this is “silencing”. I intend to silence these views… Take your false equivalence and your fake symmetry, and shove them hard up where the sun doesn’t shine.”

    Kim Burchett: “I am considering creating a public-inside-google document of “people who make diversity difficult”…which calls out those googlers who repeatedly made public statements that are unsupportive of diversity… Things I’m still pondering: should inclusion on the list require something resembling a trial? should people be removed after some period of time if they start behaving better?

    Colin Winter: “One of the great things about Google’s internal communication mechanism… is that, as a manager, I can easily go find out if I really want to work with you.”

    Kelly Ellis: (Responding to a colleague who mildly opined that Damore’s original memo was misrepresented and that Damore’s firing validates his notion of the suppression of ideas.) “Your reply…ignores the many women Googlers who have expressed the frustration they feel as a result of this. F*** off. Thanks for using your real name here, though. Makes it easier to update my spreadsheet.”

    Google’s monoculture has turned these employees into snarling, hate-filled, censorious little thought-police who live under the misapprehension that their seething rage is virtue. It reminds me of what happened in the Soviet Union when neighbor turned in neighbor to insure the regime believed in their loyalty to the Right Ideas.

    Liked by 2 people

  36. Farm Boy says:

    “You know what bothers me most about this Google memo story is how virtually every single media outlet completely f*ed it up. ‘He hates women’, one reporter said, or ‘The memo claims women are biologically unsuited for computer science’. That’s not what the guy wrote. The media coverage is so bad, I can find no evidence that any reporter actually read the memo.”

    Liked by 2 people

  37. Farm Boy says:

    More than 700 children, some as young as five, have been temporarily excluded or expelled from English schools for ‘sexual misconduct’

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Farm Boy says:

    Viewers of a live BBC newscast were exposed to explicit content when a video of a woman exposing her bare breasts played on a computer screen in the background.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    With Farm Boy’s last links, there can be little doubt that the culture at Google is poisonous. It will be hard for them to hire going forward and the the men that are there will be looking to get out. This will leave all the coffee and doughnuts for the diversity hires.

    I’ll bet that most of those suspensions were for boys. Got to love feminist teachers. They are diligent in punishing boys.


  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I guess that people at the BBC get bored too. OOPS!




    Use the troops to turn them back.

    Under the international agreement, the country of first landing, the U.S., has to hear any claim of refugee. Its not even about the validity. Its U.S. jurisdiction.

    Fucking Justin.

    Liked by 1 person

  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yes, it is all on Justin. It is his idea to flaunt the law and international treaties.


  43. The Google response has also killed one of the major trust tenants of any organization. The promise of anonymity.

    As any ops manager for Fedex for ten years, I took part every six months in the Survey Feedback Action process. SFA. Every employee from courier to the VPs under Smith rated 20+ questions on their manager, programs, services. Everything from I trust my manager to our products serve customers. It gave me feedback as a manager and reinforced my monitoring of the troops. It worked because of the anonymity.

    Google just killed every feedback, whistle blower, performance appraisal, just hey boss can we talk in the world.

    Its ok this is anonymous.
    Bullshit, what about google guy?

    It was hard enough to do misconduct investigations in the past (trust me 130 nurses do shit but cover for each other or bow to peer pressure.) Now if they think it may get out who said what? Done like dinner.

    The hit is not SJW, not diversity, not even a horrible firing.
    Its the death knell of the needed trust between management and employees.

    And as the pendulum swings in the skills shortage to “why do I want to work for you” companies are gonna take it on the chin.

    Liked by 2 people

  44. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You have a good point and it will turn soon enough that it will be a case of “Why do I want to work for you?”

    For the naysayers who think that Google is unassailable, where is AOL?


  45. Google will take a hit but they are too big and spread to fail. Like cancer unfortunately.

    Liked by 1 person

  46. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Even ThunderfOOt has resurfaced over this Google issue.


  47. BuenaVista says:

    That was a Twitter find, Deti. But I bet I know 20 guys who have a subset of those rules applied to them.

    Liked by 1 person

  48. thedeti says:


    Agreed. The most common ones I’ve seen are :

    –no drinking without me.

    –no contact at all with any girls you ever dated in the past. No social media, no nothing.

    –I don’t do blowjobs

    –you are not allowed to ask me about my past. I am not going to talk about my sexual past.

    –you are not allowed to bring up the following incidents: {insert incident descriptions here}

    –you are to notify me of where you are at all times.

    –you are to text/call me back within X time when I text/call you.

    Here are a couple I used to live under:

    –I do not cook one night a week. You will take me out/or get takeout on that one night.

    –no blowjobs. Blowjobs are icky and gross. I’m a married woman now, and I don’t have to do those anymore.

    –Sex, OK, but missionary only and not more than twice a week

    –Kids come first.


  49. BuenaVista says:

    I have a few friends married to histrionic women. So:

    –If I lose my shit and complain/yell/accuse, you will stay calm and help me through, since it’s probably your fault anyway. (There is a new fascination by SIW for profanity, volume, and completely unfiltered ranting. This is celebrated by other women.)

    –If I’m unhappy it’s because you didn’t keep your promises as a younger man trying to marry me.

    –You don’t really know me so if I tell you that you’re unfair, you can’t say anything because only I know My Truth.

    –I’m tired of helping you with that medical thing you acquired in recent years, I’m not a nurse, and you will stop asking me for help.

    –I’m not going to include you in my group of work-related friends.

    –I need girls night out more often, or girls weekend out.

    –It’s none of your business what I’m doing in the jacuzzi with the jets going and the door locked.

    –If you need a new truck, I need a new SUV.


    It’s gotten to the point where I just don’t want to be around a majority of my married friends. You just tip-toe around them, and your friend the husband is a pale shadow of the man he is when not at the table with his wife. The minority, those who love each other, shine like beacons from 50′ away. (Which I tell them, incidentally; I have one favorite couple whom I call “The Karma Twins.” She always gives me a kiss on the cheek or a hand on my shoulder, he always laughs joyously when we’re shooting the shit.)

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  50. SFC Ton says:

    More than 700 children, some as young as five, have been temporarily excluded or expelled from English schools for ‘sexual misconduct

    Skipping that indoctrination time is probaly the best thing that can happen to them


  51. SFC Ton says:

    I bet I know 20 guys who have a subset of those rules applied to them.

    Yup and they all go to church

    Liked by 1 person

  52. SFC Ton says:

    Google has very large government contracts. They are set for a very long time

    AOL died because they didn’t stay on top of the technology that made them


  53. SFC Ton says:

    If you need a new truck, I need a new SUV.
    Ran into that last weekend. Guy is loaded, wide stays home and has a z4 and one of those BMW suv’s to drive around in but if he gets an old truck to off road in, she gets another bmw.

    I told him I’d kick the bitch to the curb. Apparently his wife thought that was impolite supper table talk

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  54. Farm Boy says:

    In a post-truth world where narrative matters more than reality, James Damore is a dangerous bigot because he argued for the diversity of thought. The media’s pretense at authority and its subsequent reaction to his article confirms his thesis on the dangers of political correctness.

    Liked by 1 person

  55. Farm Boy says:

    You either have the right to express your opinion or you don’t. Try to explain this to Susan Wojcicki, the head of Google’s YouTube division:

    “As a company that has long supported free expression, Google obviously stands by the right that employees have to voice, publish or tweet their opinions. But while people may have a right to express their beliefs in public, that does not mean companies cannot take action when women are subjected to comments that perpetuate negative stereotypes about them based on their gender. Every day, companies take action against employees who make unlawful statements about co-workers, or create hostile work environments.”

    What “unlawful statements” did James Damore make in his memo? What facts about biological and behavioral differences between men and women have now been outlawed? When was this law enacted? Did I miss something? Have words ceased to have any meaning?

    Liked by 1 person

  56. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It sounds like Susan Wojcicki believes in the feminist tenet that my rights end where her feelings begin.
    People on Reddit are recommending DuckDuckGo as an alternate search engine. Content providers are looking for alternate to YouTube and Rebel Media is halfway to their goal of $300K to do it themselves. A lot of people are angry.
    Management at AOL is responsible for their demise. They could not adapt to a broadband internet. Google is not immune. They chose to coddle SJWs demonstrating inflexibility.


  57. SFC Ton says:

    Hope your right bear. Anything bad happening go the skypes at Google will make me happy

    Liked by 1 person

  58. Farm Boy says:

    Ex-Google employee Kelly Ellis has boasted on Twitter about adding supporters of fired employee James Damore to a secret blacklist with other ex-Google employees.

    Liked by 1 person

  59. Yoda says:

    Wait. These women were married…they lived with a guy….who slept in their bed. They could have sex all the time! And they didn’t want to? It made no sense. It was like turning down a zero calorie but as delicious-as-creme-brulee dessert.

    Liked by 1 person

  60. Yoda says:

    Yes, it is all on Justin. It is his idea to flaunt the law and international treaties

    Flaunt his awesome sexiness he does
    Or so some people say they do

    Liked by 1 person

  61. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    All this talk about “blacklisting” out in the open is more than a little jarring. This is illegal and these people either don’r know any better or don’t care.


  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That was unexpected from HuffPo.
    I don’t think that Justin is sexy. Maybe if Canada had a girl bear for a PM?


  63. Farm Boy says:

    All this talk about “blacklisting” out in the open is more than a little jarring.

    They are convinced completely of their moral and intellectual rightness. All flows from this.

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  64. Farm Boy says:

    Apparently Cill withdrew his post


  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    They believe in the the rightness of their cause and that the end justifies the means. Where have we heard that before?

    Liked by 1 person

  66. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I wonder how I can change search engines in Linux?
    I would also like to be able to clean my internet cache, delete my history m and all the wonderful things that I took for granted with Ccleaner.


  67. Yoda says:

    The Guardian published a cartoon on Thursday claiming there “unfortunately” isn’t “a plan to eradicate white people from the Earth.”

    Liked by 1 person

  68. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There is some consolation. The Guardian may not be able to keep its doors open much longer. All their feminist columnists will have to find a new place to hang their hats.


  69. Yoda says:

    As a millennial female, it is hard to believe that undermining the good men of society is a solution to anyone’s problem. Because, as we all know, a raindrop of disrespect turns into a tsunami far too quickly.

    Liked by 1 person

  70. Farm Boy says:

    I’m not saying such women don’t exist; I know they do. I’m just saying that if they exist in equal numbers to the men, it’s odd that I met so very many men like that, and not even one woman like that, in a job where all the women around me were obviously pretty comfortable with computers. We can’t blame it on residual sexism that prevented women from ever getting into the field; the number of women working with computers has actually gone down over time. And I find it hard to blame it on current sexism. No one told that guy to go home and build a fiber-channel network in his basement; no one told me I couldn’t. 1 It’s just that I would never in a million years have chosen to waste a weekend that way.

    The higher you get up the ladder, the more important those preferences become. Anyone of reasonable intelligence can be coached to sit at a help desk and talk users through basic problems. Most smart people can be taught to build a basic workstation and hook it up to a server. But the more complicated the problems get, the more knowledge and skill they require, and the people who acquire that sort of expertise are the ones who are most passionately interested in those sorts of problems. A company like Google, which turns down many more applicants than it hires, is going to select heavily for that sort of passion. If more men have it than women, the workforce will be mostly men.

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  71. Spawny Get says:

    Happy POETS Day everyone.

    Liked by 1 person

  72. Farm Boy says:

    She said Tsuruta chased her down as she tried to leave his apartment. That’s an important nugget that the incompetent investigators ignored, particularly because she wasn’t exactly a credible person.

    There’s just one problem with that tidbit. Tsuruta lost most of his feet in an accident several years prior to this. In other words, he can’t chase anyone, anywhere.

    Further, the woman in question is reportedly a serial accuser who has claimed she sexually assaulted by multiple men and even is alleged to have threatened to report an ex-boyfriend for rape.

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  73. Farm Boy says:

    Damore’s mistake was in assuming that Google actually wanted to know how to run its business more efficiently, and wanted a more fair workplace. Damore’s mistake was to believe Alphabet (Google’s parent company) CEO Eric Schmidt’s recent claim that Google runs itself according to “science-based thinking”.

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  74. Yoda says:

    Sad about the Guardian’s financial problems I am not

    Liked by 2 people

  75. Its pretty bad when Wente agrees you have gone too far.

    Is this the turning point for feminism? Is this where majority of men start searching (not googling) and discover Rollo and Dalrock and Messenger Rising. And our glorious patriarch.

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    The youngest is 42!!!


    If yiu wanna slam the menz at least use women who have a better than 1% chance.

    Yeah single women 45+ outnumber men 7:1. But 80% wont date past 30 so its really 12:1.

    Women. Really, if you are passed 45. GIVE UP. ITS NOT GOING TO HAPPEN!
    (Ok for 1, singular, it will. But the other 546,386 of you… Nahuh.)

    Liked by 3 people

  77. Yoda says:

    Justin apparently retarded he would be

    Liked by 2 people

  78. Yoda says:

    The biggest, and most telling, example of this is Leach’s realization that one reason many conservative women don’t identify as “feminist” is because of “what they perceive to be the left’s ‘victimhood culture.’” Leach is beside herself.

    Liked by 1 person

  79. Farm Boy says:

    This is again, misleading. I doubt most people, myself included, had ever heard of Evergreen State College before the videos of what took place went viral. Since then, I’ve probably written 15-20 stories about the school. My point is, there was no plan to target Evergreen. Evergreen became a topic of national conversation for one reason: The behavior exhibited by its students and faculty was astoundingly awful. Students who interrupt a class, berate a professor, demand his resignation and refuse to let him speak then try to block police from coming to the scene–all over an innocuous note thoughtfully questioning some changes to the format of the school’s Day of Absence. This was followed by videos of the same students shouting at and mocking other professors and later making demands of the school president including that they be excused from homework

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  80. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    At least, Justin is not America’s problem. Still, the big thing that Canada has going for it is the confidence of the people in government. Sadly, he is burning through that.

    Millennial females will continue to bash white men because they can. It is even politically correct to do so.

    The majority of men may already be there. It is just that it has not bubbled up to the conscious.They will find it all when they are ready and start asking the questions that will lead them to those sources.

    That Saily Mail article may be the opening of the spinster’s howling. It did throw me off because it did so much to blame men. Women have no idea what a mess they have made of things.

    Liked by 1 person

  81. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    That is two. I think that Google is in big trouble.


  82. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Someone else has a bad opinion about Hillary’s possible new career.


  83. Farm Boy says:

    I think that Google is in big trouble.

    I wish

    Liked by 1 person

  84. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    This is more than a speed bump for them. It will affect them long term. What normal guy or geek is going to want to work for an SJW infested company? It is not going to be their first choice. People value their own sanity.


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