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Andrew Dannehy Writes A Tribute to His Late Father

| October 27th, 2015

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Administrative Note: This piece is presented without edit. Don’t care if there are spelling mistakes or grammatical errors. Andrew is part of the DBB family now and it just made sense to send the words directly from him to you.

Growing up in Wisconsin I got asked how I became a Bears fan just about every other day. The answer I gave was always the same: “The Curse was passed on by my father.” The joke usually gets a chuckle, but it’s the truth. I’m a Bears fan because my dad is a Bears fan. I relate the Bears with my dad and on Tuesday morning, my dad passed away unexpectedly in my house.

I’m not going to bore anyone with the details. Cancer is cancer. It’s a bitch. Dad was diagnosed in early 2014. Everything seemed to be going great until a couple of months ago. It took a turn for the worse and last week we were told he had a few months. The doctor was wrong, he died six days later.

My dad was a football player and a tough SOB. At five-foot-three and 130 pounds, he played nose tackle at Lakeland College in 1975. He liked players who beat the odds. Players who might have been considered too small or too slow. He loved players like Tom Waddle, Mike Brown and Jim Flanagan.

Many of my memories growing up with Dad involved the Bears. Dan Hampton was his favorite player, Sweetness was a very close second. He used to always tell a story about how Danimal put a weight in his jock strap so he would weigh more at the NFL combine. He attended the famous Walter Payton Game, with Bryan Robinson blocking a field goal to win the game.

It upsets me that the last team my dad got to see complete a season was Trestman’s monstrosity. A team that went against everything he believed in. But I feel good that he got to see the team start heading in the right direction under John Fox. Fox was his kind of coach.

When I was at Soldier Field a few weeks ago, I got goose bumps when the team ran out onto the field to roars from the crowd. I immediately thought of Dad, who was in the hospital at the time. I watched the game from the same end zone I watched them in in 2001 when I watched them play the Packers with Dad and my brother.

The Bears play probably their most important game of the season this week. In the grand scheme of things, it doesn’t matter if they win or lose. To me, this game feels like what the Walter Payton Game felt like to so many. Dad was a Bear. He never put on the uniform, but I’ve always felt that my dad represented the things we loved about the Bears. He was a grinder and an overachiever. He was Brian Piccolo. He was Doug Buffone. He was Mike Ditka. He was George Halas. Dad had their spirit.

I don’t know what to expect from the Bears on Sunday, but I wouldn’t be surprised if something crazy happened. Something ridiculous that you just can’t believe. And, if it does, I’ll know why.

Good by Dad. I love you. Go Bears.

  • DocNitty Ellipsoids Ornamental

    First to say, very nice piece, Andrew. Our condolences friend.

  • DocNitty Ellipsoids Ornamental

    I tried to post this on the last thread but it wouldn’t take.

    All this talk about about candy, let me share with you my own candy invention:

    1: Fill a plastic grocery bag with mixed nuts and some combination of chips (chocolate, pb, caramel,…). I usually go chocolate and peanut butter. The ratio is far from a science but I put twice as many chocolate chips as PB chips and way more mixed nuts than either.

    2. Mix well and leave on the dash of you car in the summer.

    3. Remove bag from car after a few hours and immediately place in freezer.

    4. After a day or so, remove bag from freezer, break apart the gigantic frozen chunks of yumminess, and enjoy.

    I call this particular candy bar Nuts & Glory. And yes, I discovered it on accident. But boy is it yummy.

    You’re welcome.

    • MB30SD

      There is no candy with nuts. Nuts are the devil in the candy world… unless they’re in a snickers. I am seriously contemplating unsubscribing from your newsletter!

      • DocNitty Ellipsoids Ornamental

        Man……you crazy.

        Consider yourself unsubscribed.

        We do agree on boobies though, so I’d like to continue subscribing to yours.

        • MB30SD

          likewise.

          • DocNitty Ellipsoids Ornamental

            but……but……but……BOOBIES?!?!?!?!?!?

          • MB30SD

            No, I mean I want to stay subscribed besides the nuts thing. Loves you!

          • DocNitty Ellipsoids Ornamental

            Oh thank boobies. I mean, God.

          • Irish Sweetness

            I decided to move to Vietnam today. A friend who’d been there said that they all have small bodies and big knockers. So while looking for jobs and checking out Ho Chi Minh city, we found Elly Tran Ha. These are boobies, and you’re welcome.

            http://thechive.com/2014/04/15/somehow-ellly-tran-is-26-years-old-38-photos/

          • MB30SD

            Yow!

            Funny timing, I just started dating a girl who’s half vietnamese and half Swedish. No big boobies, but she’s built like a brick shithouse. No cellulite… Just small and compact and delicious.

          • Joecashflow

            I don’t beleive you! Come to Phuket first and hang with me.

          • DocNitty Ellipsoids Ornamental

            Daaaaaaaammmmmnnnn. How do you say SMOKIN’ in Vietnamese? Yikes!

  • Johnnywad

    Hang in there Andrew. Your dad will be proud of the John Fox Bears.

  • BillW

    Beautiful tribute Andrew. Sincere condolences.

  • Sactowns#1

    My condolences Andrew. I lost my Father some 10+ years ago at a young age. But I didn’t lose all of him because I see so much of him in myself every day. Best of luck in this time and I hope the Bears deliver you a victory this Sunday.

  • MB30SD

    So sorry for your loss Andrew, and long life to you and your family.

  • EnderWiggin

    Great read and quite the tear-jerker. Hang in there blog brother.

  • FQD1911

    almost shed a tear reading this…

    R.I.P. to your old man, Drew.

    • DocNitty Ellipsoids Ornamental

      This line in particular:

      Dad was a Bear. He never put on the uniform, but I’ve always felt that my dad represented the things we loved about the Bears

  • Trac

    Andrew, you young man, now have a special place in my heart. Thank you for being so real and sharing such a special circumstance with me and others. None of us really know each other but we see your heart my man, we see your heart.

  • Cutty of Olivet Nazarene

    stay strong AD.

  • The Ghost of Super Bowl XX

    nice piece…RIP

  • Trac

    Great piece Andrew. I felt like I was able to look into your window momentarily.

  • WP34

    AD -thanks for your directness and honesty, so sorry for your loss.
    …Dad was a Bear. He never put on the uniform, but I’ve always felt that my dad represented the things we loved about the Bears. He was a grinder and an overachiever…
    You make your dad proud.

  • The GP

    At five-foot-three and 130 pounds, he played nose tackle at Lakeland College in 1975.

    Uh…… wow. A 5’3″, 130lb Nose Tackle has to be the toughest SOB there ever was. So kudos to your dad for that. Sorry for your loss.

  • The GP
  • AlbertInTucson

    I too, am a Bears / Sox / Blackhawks fan because that’s what my Dad was.

    A worthy tribute and a worthy read, Andrew.

    I’m sure he was / is proud of you.

    • Trac

      My daddy was a Cowboy fan but even a son has a limit as to the depths of hell that he will follow his pops to.

      After we moved to Chicago from Cape Town, he went with “AMERICA’S Team”. I went with sweetness.

      • MB30SD

        you should have stuck with your Boks…. traitor.

        • Trac

          Hahaha. As a wee lad, I always rolled with pops. No dice.

          All Blacks all the way baby!!!

      • Big Mike

        let me tell you a story of the bus, table mountain and the south african godess…

  • The GP

    Ahhh… heck. Chewie got arrested again. And just before the premiere!

    https://youtu.be/WQ6yF1N4JLY?t=36

  • DSupreme

    Sorry for your loss Andrew, may god bless you and your family. #BearDown

  • Cormonster

    Condolences Andrew from a fellow Bears fan raised in Wisconsin.

  • SC Dave

    Damn… hell of a write, Andrew. Your dad would be proud.

  • Jokey

    Sorry to read about your loss. He raised his son right though.

  • Great piece, Andrew. Condolences.

    Freud said that losing one’s father is the most poignant moment of a man’s life. I lost my dad when I was little, so in some ways, even though you lost him the way you did, you were blessed to at least share many memories with him.

    I often used to see those cheezy 80s sitcoms like “Different Spoons”, “Family Ties”, or later “Home Improvement” or even stupid flicks like “National Lampoons Vacation” and think as a kid, “Man. Is that what having a father is like?”

    I was envious.

    So I guess the silver lining is that you at least got to experience what many others are robbed of by fate or chance.

    • MB30SD

      awwwww, maaaaan.

    • Sactowns#1

      Was Different Spoons a Silver Spoon/ Different Strokes crossover episode? That would be rad!

      • DocNitty Ellipsoids Ornamental

      • Haha, it’s been a looong time since I watched those episodes.
        I still remember the Pedo episode for different strokes (sure there’s a joke there somewhere) being esp creepy.

  • And on a lighter note, women often think I put weights down my crotch.

    #likeapornstar

  • So sorry for your loss, Andrew. I hope you can find some solace in knowing that your father is now eternally Bearing Down with Papa Bear, Sweetness, and so many other Bears greats.

  • DaMurph

    Sorry for your loss, I lost both of my parents to cancer and can appreciate what youre going through. Bear Down and cherish those memories!

  • Pissed Off

    Nice write up condolences to your family. My dad is not a bears fan and not really a fan of any nfl team for that matter so I envy that you shared that with your dad. I however am working on creating a new family of bears fans as my son is 8 and now watches games with me every week and has for a couple years. I hope to create some of what you had with my son. Palms to the sky.

    • DocNitty Ellipsoids Ornamental

      Wow. Both my 10 year old and my 7 year old call themselves bears fans, wear the colors proudly, and defend the beloved’s honor regularly. But I’ll be damned if I can get them to sit and watch a game with me. Just too many ants in their pants.

  • BearDown100393

    Terrific post Andrew. Well done.

  • MikeBrownhadaPosse

    My condolences, Andrew. Hang in there.

  • Joecashflow

    “B” as Cutty used to call him, taking accountability, sounding like a leader and an all pro….http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2015/10/26/brandon-marshall-i-should-be-walking-back-to-new-york/

    • AlbertInTucson

      Yes, yes. All very nice but he’d used up his shelf life as a Bear. He’d become a problem in the locker room It was time to move on.

      Some guys need a change of scenery every 3-4 years and B is one of them. I wish him well but his time in Chicago was done.

      • Joecashflow

        Andrew, thank you for your thoughtful reply. I read every word of your tribute…it is a great tribute….to your father. I can, and many of us can, relate. I would have loved to have sat next to your Dad, at a game, at a bar, or just watching the Beloved on TV. He passed on to you, something special and it resonates in your tone, in your words. I will carry that emotion you have conveyed in the words above, into every game this year. Win, lose or draw, your Dad’s honor matters to me and many of the faithful here and I am sure, many of his friends and family. My Dad is 94. Mom passed away last month. After 73 years he is alone, and I will be spending Christmas with him, traveling 10,000 miles. No matter, my wife and I will be there. And we will watch all the Bears games ….and raise a toast your Dad, and a son, who honors him. God bless.

      • Sactowns#1

        I would like some evidence of this before signing off on your assumptions. I haven’t heard a single player or coach point to BMarsh as sewing disharmony.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Dang. I just can’t stop thinking about Brandon, White and AJ on the same offense. Kevin needs somebody coaching him up. BM would have been great for that.

    • Johnnywad

      He did the same thing in Chicago. This is Act 1 in NY.

  • beninnorcal

    Sory for your loss, Andrew. Sounds like a good dude.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Cancer is indeed a bitch.

    Sorry for your troubles, Andrew. That was a beautiful tribute to your father’s memory, and that’s a wonderful photo. He looked like a real baller.

    It’s good to have a place to let that out, like on this blog. I had no one really to talk to when my old man passed on from cancer, had just moved to a new region, new job, home thousands of miles away. It’s funny how sharing on a platform like this can provide some relief. Having football to bond with your dad is cool too. It was horses with me and mine. Even if things were rough between us for whatever reason, we would still go racing together and talk about horses and good bets, so thanks for sharing.

    His Dna is in you, his heart is in you, so he’ll always be a part of you. His energy has transformed into something else, but he’s still here in this universe, perhaps in a different dimension, but he’s still here. The 0th law of thermodynamics tells us that.

    R.I.P. Mr. Dannehy.

    “The seed in your heart shall blossom.”

    • Joecashflow

      Well said, Irish. I lost an Irish mate to cancer this year, here in Phuket. He had so many friends, you couldn’t count em. But when he first met me, he said, “Here is my hand and here is my heart.” We were forever bonded.

      • Irish Sweetness

        That’s beautiful. When Irish sayings are translated to English it’s just poetry.

        Are you teaching in Phuket? I’m teaching near Pattaya.

        • Joecashflow

          No, Working in marketing. Had a friend’s daughter stay with us for a month here, taking English certification. Honorable profession!!

      • Sactowns#1

        I thought that was Shakespeare.

  • Viva

    Condolences Andrew.

  • Viva

    Fuck Cancer.

    • SC Dave

      This.

    • The Yes Guy

      YES!

  • Big Mike

    Peace brother. Nice tribute. In time, you’ll feel your Dad by your side, more than you can imagine.

    • Viva

      …and the little voice inside your head will now have your father’s face.

      • Big Mike

        Yeah, thanks for that. Now I’m little verklempt…

  • Big Mike

    John Fox on Eddie Goldman.. “I think our personnel staff did a great job in selecting him. I think
    our staff has done a good job coaching him up. I’ve seen steady growth
    for a young player and I think he’s got a bright future.”

    From the book, “Said no one ever” by Phil Emery and Marc Trestman

    • I thought Goldman was in the same tier of Shelton and Malcom Brown. I really liked the pick in the 2nd. He definitely looks the part. Still early, but looks solid.

      • Big Mike

        Tresticle and Tucker would have ruined him.

  • Scharfinator

    That sucks, Andrew. RIP.

  • BerwynBomber

    Nice tribute.

  • Joecashflow

    Andrew, uh, I replied to Albert thinking it was you. Now have my glasses on. Respectfully replied regarding your great loss. Would love to here more stories of you, your Dad, and Da Bears.

  • Scharfinator
    • Trestman lost the Bears during the Patriots game, if not sooner. But that is terrible. I have two questions:

      1) How do you, the man in charge, watch a 300 pound man destroy equipment and attack other people without getting involved?

      2) How do you watch a 33 year old man throw a 2 year old tantrum and then name him a captain?

      • DocNitty Ellipsoids Ornamental

        Because he’s inspirational.

      • MB30SD

        answer to 1 and 2 are the same. Assssshooooole.

      • Scharfinator

        I definitely agree he had already lost them. Maybe he figured, “Fuck it, I don’t want Rat snapping my skeletal torso in two”.

        • BillW

          I agree. It very sadly sounds like Trestman was literally afraid of him. I suspect he will be out of the NFL for good after this year (and maybe before.) He’s just not cut out for it.

      • Trac

        And Jay got thrown under the bus. Boy was I wrong when I thought he mailed a game in last year.

        Jay is our QB!

      • AlbertInTucson

        Because you probably know that you DID, in fact, lose the team “during the Patriots game” and your time in Chicago all but done.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Answer to both questions : the man has NO balls.

    • Sactowns#1

      I’m pretty sure Trestman goes as Ichabod Crane every Halloween.

    • MikeBrownhadaPosse

      If that’s Trestman’s idea of a good practice, holy shit, I wish we could’ve seen a bad one.

  • Johnnywad
    • BillW

      In about a New York minute.

      • AlbertInTucson

        When the trade went down, the New York media was happy to paint B’s move to the Jets as “Strictly a salary cap issue.”

        • They’ll find out soon enough.
          Honeymoon period for Bmarsh lasts about a 2 years. If they start losing, less than that.

          • AlbertInTucson

            That sounds about right.

  • The Yes Guy

    So sorry for your loss.

    • DocNitty Ellipsoids Ornamental

      Woah!

      • The Yes Guy

        Yes?

        • The GP

          • MB30SD

            I never really, ‘got’ tron. Lame.

            And I feel like staring at that blue long enough might throw me into an epileptic seizure.

          • MB30SD

            I give those titties…. two thumbs down!!

  • BearDown100393

    Somehow discussion about Trestman doesn’t seem right on this thread. Can we have a new post for that subject?

    • BillW

      It his tweeter feed Jeff said he’s keeping this up as the lead story all day in honor of Andrew and his father.

      • BearDown100393

        Maybe discuss Trestman tomorrow? I dunno…. just seems off to me. Not trying to cause a problem.

        • Trac

          I thought only problem causers were allowed on da blog.

        • Scharfinator

          I understand what you’re saying and was a little hesitant to post about Trestman.

          Then I thought, this is a Bears blog and this thread is about a man who embodied the Bears. I figured talking football would be alright.

          • MB30SD

            boom

        • AlbertInTucson

          Don’t worry. Trestmen will still be the lousy former head coach of the Bears tomorrow.

  • Sactowns#1
  • Sactowns#1

    Thoughts gentlemen
    New England has moved to -8 so sounds like a lot of money was flowing that way. I like Miami and if they’re going to keep it close they’ll need a low scoring game.
    Raiders are -2 at home against the Jets and Green Bay -3 on the road in Denver are both tempting home dawgs but I think I’ll stay away.
    I think the only ones really jumping off the board for me are a Chiefs team giving -6.5 hosting the Lions. And the Bears (with John Fox being excellent after the bye) a home dog (+2) to the Vikings at Soldier.

    • Irish Sweetness

      The Pats have lost 2 ATS this year, but backing against Brady always requires good reasons. Tricky.

  • DocNitty Ellipsoids Ornamental

    Alright so, admittedly, I used a template, but check out my pumpkin!

    If you can’t tell what it is, look here:

    special thanks to MB for helping a computer anti-savant figure out how to post an image

    • MB30SD

      It’s beautiful…. beautiful.

      You got a real gentle touch doc.

  • EnderWiggin

    FF:
    4ever85 – Jennings and Cameron for Diggs and Bengals?

    • Jennings is in a four HB committee with Darkwa, Williams, and Vereen (on a pretty unstable O as is), and aside from Gronk, I don’t think there’s a better TE than Eifert, so I wouldn’t really want Cameron.

      No-Diggity has a lot of ODB in him, so I’d want someone in the range of Miller.

      If you want, I can give you Diggs + Blount for Miller.

      • EnderWiggin

        let me contemplate. Miller is on fire and Blount is on fire every other week.. But I could use Diggs.

  • huntinbare

    I came this way today to voice my displeasure with an old coach who had some success with the Bears in 1985. Today I see that he was caught on camera putting on a Packers sweater; and “acting” like he was gonna own it.
    At home I have a great photo of this coach — marketing the same style sweater in Navy blue and burnt orange , as he walks off the field of play, with his middle finger flying on the end of his extended arm;….. pushing into the viewers chest.
    In my mind I am saluting this old warrior, in similar fashion; and wonder if he hasn’t taken just one too many to the coconut.
    The rest of this is for Andrew.
    Isn’t it amazing what a great difference one life has made!!! I got news of my father passing late in the evening; and I headed to the gulf of Mexico with plenty of incense. I watched as the smoke rose into the horizon; and Imagined as it disappeared that this is how he thinned out. Fathers can disappear like smoke and they can leave a sweet fragrance like kindled sandalwood. Your story was inspiring because it put a real sense into me of who your father is and how he sculpted his creation into your form. I got a good sensation of his impact upon your heart and know why you are so proud to have experienced his guidance
    My father left during the 2010 hockey season. This was my sport of sports from the moment I tied those metal blades to my shoes. I have a picture of him kneeling in front of the Christmas tree with a goalie stick from the early 60’s. I put it on the TV for the rest of the season; and we watched….. together. He showed up in the TV room as I was waking from a dead sleep in the third peropiod of a hawks broadcast. He looked like smoke through my intuitive eyes and I thanked him for showing up in this way. It blew up my heart and then he was gone.
    Speaking from a non-dual perspective; I hope you come to know the oneness you and your father share in all of its blossoming. These are profound times for you; and I hope that your awareness is able to mark these moments well and that you carry the sweetness of his presence throughout your being always.; joyfully sharing him with the folks you encounter; and all the Bears fans you will be standing and cheering with for a long long time. Once again, thank you for your beautiful tribute. With love and gratitude, g

    • The GP

      I got news of my father passing late in the evening; and I headed to the gulf of Mexico with plenty of incense. I watched as the smoke rose into the horizon; and Imagined as it disappeared that this is how he thinned out.

      Luckily, we have video footage of huntinbare’s trip.

      https://youtu.be/B4nLkEUPM5Y?t=130

  • Caraher

    Nice tribute, Andrew. My condolences for your loss.

    • MB30SD

      Yow!

    • AlbertInTucson

      I approve that message.

  • MB30SD

    Speaking of yow!

    GP… lovely little ride: http://uncrate.com/stuff/1953-ferrari-212-inter-coupe/

  • GOP debate on, if you have a few minutes to kill.

    http://www.zahipedia.net/2010/02/19/watch-cnbc-usa-live-online/

    • Beginning question, “Which is your biggest weakness, and don’t list something like overachieving.”
      Then, everyone either dodged the question or responded with something like, “Well, my dick is too big, and it sometimes hurts women too much, so there’s that.”

      Who I thought looked like a grown-up regardless of politics.

      John Kasich, Chris Christy and Jeb Bush.

      Trump is like that crazy asshole uncle who’s funny up until he dicks you over. I still get the feeling he’s trolling America.

      The token af american and female don’t have a chance. They’re not loud enough.

      • NewBearInTown

        A lot of my republican friends are big fans of Kasich, but he’s having trouble getting traction.

        It would appear from my cursory internet research that he is a moderate conservative. Those guys always have a hard time in the republican primary getting any attention.

        • I didn’t even know who he was since I’ve sorta zoned out politically for a while, but right away he struck me as very detailed and pragmatic. Didn’t know he was a moderate conservative. He seems to have experience too. IMO, he has that “presidential presence.” that won’t scare the shit out of mainstream america.
          When other start talking about carrying guns, abolishing the the fed, returning to gold standard, building great wall of china to keep out mexicans, etc, I think that turns off many.

          One thing they all agreed on. They’re scared to death of Hillary, and attacked her as much as possible.

          That’s likely cuz she’s winning, and there’s nothing short of a Nixonian scandal will stop that machine.

          I thought Huckabee was very affable, and Christy does have that charm, but for various reasons, I don’t think either have a chance.

          It’ll probably come down to Trump and maybe someone like Cruz for the rep nomination.

          Still early though.

          • Cormonster

            I think your wrong about Hillary being unbeatable. The problem with her is that she’s an unlikable bitch. She doesn’t have that cult of personality like her husband or Obama. Eventually she’s going to have to start making more public appearances and speeches, and when she speaks she lies and her poll numbers go down and her unfavorable rating goes up.

            Who knows what the Republicans will do. I really like the idea of a businessman who funds his own campaign (no favors owed to Wall Street) getting into office and cleaning up the federal bureaucracy and scaling down the size and scope of the federal government. I don’t know if Trump is that guy. He certainly has that cult of personality that many people seem to love, and I find him to be funny when he rips on the mainstream media (who I despise). Does he have any principles and platforms on issues besides immigration?

            I haven’t really paid much attention to the race so far. I’ve never voted for a Republican for President, but I might consider it this time around if Hillary is the nominee.

          • I think it’s just about the numbers for Hillary. How long have women been waiting for a female candidate? Women are 50% of the voters, give or take. There are hardcore democrats who will vote for any democratic candidate. Add the latino, af american and youth vote who rarely vote Rep.

            If the Republicans had their own Clinton/Obama/Regan, a charismatic alternative, then MAYBE they’d have a chance, but Trump has somehow seized that role for them, and he’s way too fringe for most moderates.

            The only one from the field I see even having a chance is Rubio. Young. Latino. Good communicator, but the GOP will probably try to tear him down, the old guard of Bushes.

          • Cormonster

            You might be right about that. Her sex is the only thing Hillary has going for her. It will probably come down to voter turnout and who can turn out more of their base. Democrats have been taking a major shellacking in recent elections almost everywhere but the Presidency. They seem to get better turnout for that. I notice that in my voting district, which is predominantly college kids. For Presidential elections, it’s packed with really long lines. For every other election I’m in and out in no time.

          • Irish Sweetness

            When the choice is Hilary or Trump – and it doesn’t really matter who gets in anyway – it’s time to unleash the militia and start over.

            Viva la revolución!

    • AlbertInTucson

      “The Moderators” were a bad joke.

      • I thought some of the questions were obviously bait, but is was equally as repugnant for the candidates attacking the media like Rush Limbaugh. I thought they did it to avoid questions and appeal to the crowd.

        I was much more interested in their platforms and not their paranoia.

        • AlbertInTucson

          20 seconds to ask a “question” is ridiculous.

  • MB30SD

    Hey ’85.

    Fuck yo couch…

    https://youtu.be/cn2RVJBH9fA

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