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Old 09-06-09, 09:32 PM   #1
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Huhenio has a new smal penis

Proof is on the picture.

Huhenio needs to compensate.

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Old 09-06-09, 09:38 PM   #2
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Either a porsche or a very large pickup would enhance that small penis.

I drive a Windstar and do not own a gun. Of course, my junk is wheelbarrow sized.
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Old 09-06-09, 09:39 PM   #3
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<chews gum, blows bubble> huh, still fathoming the small penis portion here. huh. >.< (snicker)
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ya want fries with that?
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Old 09-06-09, 10:13 PM   #5
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What can I say, the snub nosed .357 felt too small for the nightstand.

Snub nosed ... short barrel ... It is like a cruel taunt.
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Does that firearm kick like a mule?

I've never shot a firearm myself.
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You can never, ever go wrong with a Ruger revolver. I have about seven of them in the safe right now.
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I'd have to say my fav gun would be my friend's old .32 nazi gun from WW2 or something like that. The safety mechanism is flipping the trigger up so it is flush with the gun. Or his 007 gun, same type that James Bond used.
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I'd have to say my fav gun would be my friend's old .32 nazi gun from WW2 or something like that. The safety mechanism is flipping the trigger up so it is flush with the gun. Or his 007 gun, same type that James Bond used.
James Bond actually used a few if you read all the books. My guess is the Walther PPK: A woman's gun, chosen for concealability. JB was badass enough to use it effectively.
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I have no need to compensate.
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Either a porsche or a very large pickup would enhance that small penis.

I drive a Windstar and do not own a gun. Of course, my junk is wheelbarrow sized.
Back in my former life, when I was married, I had this really cool big boat. My wife would often remind me: "Nota, that boat's nothing more than a 25' extension of your penis."

....so I had to keep reminding, her - "..it's 26', Dear!"

*god I miss that boat*
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I have no need to compensate.
the lady doth protest too much, methinks.
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What can I say, the snub nosed .357 felt too small for the nightstand.

Snub nosed ... short barrel ... It is like a cruel taunt.

Speaking of a snub nosed, isn't that what Johny Wayne.................................Bobbit, carries?

I've heard he has a compensator attachment for it, but according to the hushed reports, that's just for looks.
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Old 09-07-09, 06:53 AM   #14
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Does that firearm kick like a mule?

I've never shot a firearm myself.
If you are not careful, that thing actually can hit you on the forehead!


























... oh, you mean the gun?


Yeah, but once you learn to shoot, it does not matter how big it is,
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Why don't you get yourself a real gun? Like a short barrelled .44 mag.

Then you will know what "kick" feels like.....

Sheeeeesh - baby guns.........
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Old 09-07-09, 07:32 AM   #16
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it does not matter how big it is,
Most women disagree there.
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Most women disagree there.
because hickey is the man to go to for advicw on women
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because hickey is the man to go to for advice on women
He'd be the first guy I'd go to for advice on gun polishing.
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Nice revolver, huhenio.

There's not much point to a 2" .357M anyway, since there is not enough barrel for the heavier load to build up energy in the bullet.

I have a 4" .357m revolver and I love it.



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the lady doth protest too much, methinks.
The lady has no complaints at all...

She is actually looking to purchase a pistol and learn how to use it... getting a handgun is nearly impossible here (legally) and not something I have ever felt a need for.
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James Bond actually used a few if you read all the books. My guess is the Walther PPK: A woman's gun, chosen for concealability. JB was badass enough to use it effectively.


He shot people at close range, execution style. Usually after dinner and sex.
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James Bond actually used a few if you read all the books. My guess is the Walther PPK: A woman's gun, chosen for concealability. JB was badass enough to use it effectively.
The "woman's gun" that Bond used was the Berreta 418; he was forced to use the Walther because of its "better" stopping power.
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Nice revolver, huhenio.

There's not much point to a 2" .357M anyway, since there is not enough barrel for the heavier load to build up energy in the bullet.

I have a 4" .357m revolver and I love it.



You just made my Taurus 605 SS cry.



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Why don't you get yourself a real gun? Like a short barrelled .44 mag.

Then you will know what "kick" feels like.....

Sheeeeesh - baby guns.........

That is what the short barreled Nagant is for.

I really wanted an Alaskan, but this one will do nicely.
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