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Post Reply Japanese pole vaulter’s penis gets in his way at Olympics
Posted 8/16/16 , edited 8/16/16
A tragic loss that could turn into one hell of a pickup topic in a club.
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Posted 8/16/16
The stereotype makes it funny, but you know, he trained for this shit. I'd be pissed.
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Posted 8/16/16
You wouldn't think that would be a problem for an Asian guy huh? (yeah yeah i know)
Posted 8/16/16
Size does matter! Just not in the way that you think
Posted 8/17/16
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Posted 8/17/16 , edited 8/17/16

Rujikin wrote:


MysticGon wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

Must really hurt his pride.


I'd figure it'd do the exact opposite. Does a great deal to break some stereotypes. Lol


Yeah but all his training was for naught. I doubt at this point he is thinking about stereotypes.


True but he'll be throwing ass for days when he gets back home. Might open up a career path in porn. Oh the titles that can come from this...

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Penalized Olympian sounds better actually.
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BlueOni wrote:

I don't know whether to congratulate or pity him.


Pity him it's 2016 who cares about penis sizes...gold medals on the other hand are more impressive.
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Pity him it's 2016 who cares about penis sizes...gold medals on the other hand are more impressive.


That's a pretty solid point. Now that you mention it the choice is obvious. Any Joe Schmoe can have a huge tackle, but being a world-class athlete is a whole other league of draw.
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