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Every couple of months or so, a new negative study or news story about how meat is processed will show up in my Facebook news feed, Twitter timeline, or email inbox.

Sometimes it’ll have to do with a huge recall. Sometimes it’s an expose about what really goes on in some meat processing plants. Sometimes it’s an inside look at chickens injected with HGH, and sometimes they’ll show these chickens lifting weights. Sometimes it might even be a piece on how most of the meat you eat isn’t even really meat.

Either way, each time I come across one of these articles, I do the same three things.

1. Read the headline

2. Quickly advert my eyes, and hope the quick act of adverting convinces my brain to unsee what I just saw.

3. Close the window/delete the email.

I do this for two reasons. One, I’m an unapologetic meat-eater who loves burgers, steak, brisket, bacon, pork chops, chicken, chitlins, pulled pork, roast beef, and sausage more than most below-average parents love their children.

Most importantly, I do not want this information to ruin my enjoyment of these delicious meats. So, I stay willfully ignorant; turning the channel during 60 Minutes segments about ground Martian in Wendy’s burgers while I happily scarf down a Baconator.

There’s only one problem with this approach: I’m not willfully ignorant at all. 

Despite my efforts to ignore any new negative information about how meat is created and sold, I know that the cow my roast beef came from had chlamydia and that the pig my bacon comes from could dunk a basketball. Everyone knows this. You know it even if you don’t want to know. So, instead of “willfully ignorant” I am “reluctantly aware and actively apathetic.”

That said, the only solace this extended bit of cognitive dissonance allows me is that at least I’m only harming myself. (And, the millions of chickens, pigs, and cows slaughtered for our meat every year, but they don’t really count.)

As I write this, I’m watching the Steelers lose to the Bears of Chicago. Considering that the Black and Gold will now be 0-3, I am surprisingly serene. Perhaps this serenity is due the p*rn induced “faster nation” time I had early Sunday. Maybe it’s due to my interrupted listen to Self Made Vol. 3 as I drove to the mall Saturday afternoon. I don’t know.

I do know, though, that after…

1. Reading a dozen or so articles last week about the p*rn industry’s recent HIV outbreak

2. Knowing that the NFL is fully-aware of the fact that it turns a fourth of its workers into zombies

3. Being fully-aware of the fact that the nihilistic and misanthropic rap music I enjoy listening to does have a measurable negative effect on the people who happen to listen to it

…I don’t know how good I can feel anymore about following NFL football, watching p*rn, or listening to rap.

It’s one thing to choose your own pleasure over the knowledge of what that pleasure may do to you, but it’s getting harder for me to make the conscious choice of deriving pleasure from products I know are directly (and willfully) responsible for the harm of other people.

Actually, that’s a lie. Making the choice isn’t hard. I will not stop rooting for the Steelers, I’ll still check out XV*deos from time to time, and I’ll still listen to my violent-ass, misogynistic-ass rap music. I will also continue to feel like shit for enjoying it.

On the bright side, if I get too down on myself, I can always go to BRGR and get a Double Yoi burger with pastrami, Swiss cheese, fried egg, cole slaw, and thousand island to cheer me up.

—Damon Young (aka “The Champ”)

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Damon Young is the editor-in-chief of VSB. He is also a columnist for GQ.com And he's working on a book of essays to be published by Ecco (HarperCollins). Damon is busy. He lives in Pittsburgh, and he really likes pancakes. Reach him at damon@verysmartbrothas.com. Or don't. Whatever.

  • Giants fans please leave your tears at my feet and lay your burdens here as well.

  • I gave up the dream of being a ethical consumer a long time ago. Capitalism simply does not allow that to happen. The only way to not be involved in it is to completely remove yourself from any large scale system within the US and only deal with things that you either personally touch hands with or know everyone that touches it. It’s an absolutely maddening thing to really and sincerely contemplate though. It’s something that you have to deal with when you live in a capitalistic Super Power of a country though.

    • This. You want to eat healthier? More $$ please. All these companies have pretty much ruined our food and water supply. Something is going to get you so you better have health insurance.

    • h.h.h.

      you ever try the buycott app? ->http://www.buycott.com/

    • 2011k

      I had this moment earlier this year during the Trayvon Martin case. My grandmother sent me one of those chain emails about avoiding certain products made by the Koch Brothers because they were helping with Zimmerman’s lawyer fees and such. I literally went from, “Hell yeah, let’s stick it to the man AND get justice!!!!” to “Wait a…. But that’s my…. well damn…” in about 5 seconds flat, lol. All jokes aside though, it was a very disheartening experience and a huge “Wake up, nigga!!” call.

    • Val

      “The only way to not be involved in it is to completely remove yourself
      from any large scale system within the US and only deal with things that
      you either personally touch hands with or know everyone that touches
      it”

      I dream of doing that some day. I want to live off-the-grid, grow my own food, generate my own electricity, make my own clothes and drive a car that runs on bio-diesel, which I’ll make myself and live in a earthship home out in the desert.

      • kidvideo

        Val is gonna become Sarah Conner…lol

        • Val

          Did Sarah Conner end-up living off-the-grid? I must have missed that Terminator sequel.

          • kidvideo

            She died after the second movie…the character that is.

      • MrsBagnet

        Me too, Val. I feel like those are skills we all might need one day. I want to live in a tiny house and grow and preserve my own food. I have a friend who lives off-the-grid, though she and her husband live in New Hampshire, not the desert. I visited her once, and I could see myself living that way.

        • Val

          New Hampshire is nice. In fact all of that part of the country, Upstate NY, Vermont, etc. is beautiful.

          • LMNOP

            Cold though. You would need some really good off the grid heating system.

            • Val

              Geothermal heat is the best. Just drill down a few hundred feet to where it’s really hot, then pump water down there. It will come back up as steam which you can generate electricity with and/ or pump it through radiators in the house to warm it.

              • I like the way you think. I wouldn’t know where to begin besides calling GA Power.

                • Val

                  Lol Between youtube and off-the-grid books you can learn a lot.

      • 321mena123

        I’ll come visit. That’s too much. :-)

        • Val

          Okay, just bring non-GMO flour and hazelnuts. :-)

      • JayIzUrGod

        I’d like to tell myself I could do it but I know.im way too spoiled. Unless I’m forced, I don’t know how I’d be able to.cut the cord.

        • Val

          Once you felt the satisfaction of doing for yourself you’d be hooked.

          • JayIzUrGod

            I believe but i would need a gradual detox from technology. Most.likely would move to the Caribbean and start from there if i were to be serious.

            • Val

              The Caribbean would be nice. Especially Costa Rica.

              • JayIzUrGod

                My sister was living out there for 2 years. She laughs at how poor many people out there are but EVERYONE has a cell phone.

                • Val

                  Same with homeless folks here.

                  • JayIzUrGod

                    Here it is expected, even the homeless here have more money than the poor in other countries.

          • Sahel

            Thats what she said

          • i started my garden this yr, and harvesting fruits and veggies and herbs feels like a passive aggressive middle finger to the system :-)

            • me, too! I kill things, so I started small with oregano and rosemary. I’m so proud of my little greenies lol.

              • i started with basil, mint, cilantro, and collard greens….i sit out in my backyard like yeaahhhhh beeeyotchhh i grow my OWN!!!!

      • Rachmo

        Will there be brunch?

        • Val

          Why of course. With fresh fruit from my orchard. And homemade organic wine.:-)

      • Sahel

        As nice as all this sound. Do you actually believe a concrete disciple like you can live off the land. Unless you grew up in this life you wont understand how rough it can be

        • Val

          I think you just have to ease into it.

      • afronica

        Sound like Octavia Butler’s Parable series – great books.

    • Todd

      Well, I love capitalism exactly for that reason. No matter what you say and do, you can’t BS your wallet. As much as people swear that the mind is willing, but the flesh is weak, your bank statement says “BS you idiot. You know what you want, but you’re too scared to piss off the powers that be to admit it.” Then again, my idea of paradise would be a mashup of Galt’s Gulch from Atlas Shrugged, Potterville from It’s a Wonderful Life and the alternate 1985 from the Back To The Future movies. I’m a pretty big capitalist pig, and I’m proud of it.

      • I need to rewatch BttF to get that last part.

      • Negro Libre

        Well the problem is, who are the powers that be? If you talk to people on the left, they’ll tell you the powers that be are on the right; they are the corporations that bribe politicians and marginalize the democratic process. If you talk to people on the right, they’ll tell you the powers are the cronies on the left who use the power of law to corrupt capitalism and free markets in order to get votes and make money. The privilege of growing up in Nigeria (a country with a lot less propaganda, but still very corrupt), is that you inherently know that both these people are the same…and if you simply looked at a list of who marries who and who works for you, you’ll find that cronies and oligarchs all share the same beds and all come from the same womb.

        I just finished reading Titan by Ron Chernow and one of the things that stands out to me was how many people like John D. Rockefeller and the rest of his ilk, despised “free markets” and Adam Smith. They considered such “intellectuals” as fools and theoreticians. Same with the progressivists who came about in the late 19th century. They all wanted a powerful, well-managed and efficient state run by technocrats and bureaucracies; you can have that under any political system, we just choose to call ours capitalism, but it could easily be called socialism, feudalism, corporatism…but the most appropriate label is of course fascism.

        The only way to have a mass economy, is to have have a massive government and a massive corporate structure. In America, the political process usually has us arguing for one side or the other, but the reality is both sides are dependent on each other. You can’t have a big government without big banks and big corporations that organize financing and capital for it’s ambitions. And you can’t have big corporations, without big government to protect them and the banking sector from the evils of bankruptcy and the threat of innovation, coming from smaller and more flexible business minded people. In a sense, we are where we are because if we weren’t, the powers that be would not have the stability needed to control us, and the greatest fear the powers that be have is us being a mass of unpredictable people who can’t be easily assessed with polling data and market research.

        • JayIzUrGod

          Which is funny because in the end, we are all ruled.by a select.few groups of people with an unlimited money source and a lineage hundreds of years old. We the people never had a shot, they just allowed us to think we did.

          • Kema

            America… Home of the people that think they are free.

            • JayIzUrGod

              Every day, all day. We are a special bunch.

            • Sahel

              Dont complain,they gave you red bottoms didnt they

    • Kozy

      very real. i can imagine having to disconnect from “the machine” and i’m sad to say i don’t relish the prospect much. the give and take of modern society, i suppose/

    • JayIzUrGod

      That’s what makes this world so compelling. You can be full of conviction and earnest hope, but you can’t fool your stomach, your kids or the IRS. So in the end, you either become rich and powerful yourself, turn into a nomad and live off the grid, or simply submit. And most of humanity has to take that last option.

    • b sweet

      It’s a hard dream to let go of. I just got back from Italy,and every time I return from an international trip I’m on some food revolution rant that inspires me to live off the land, find a CSA, eat 100% seasonally, etc. Then I am at work, hungry and run to Chipotle, and the dream dies.

      It’s refreshing to see other countries separate quality food from social economic status. The quality of food disparities in different neighborhoods disgusts me. It’s refreshing to see organic fruit and vegetable stands instead of 7-11s. I am completely aware of the tradeoff, but I would love a little piece of that here.
      The food ignorance here is abhorring. We’ve been brainwashed into thinking natural organic fruit has too much sugar, but a manufactured product designed to be able to sit on the shelf for 2 years is a healthier option because it’s a protein bar. Really?

    • Kema

      *tosses Malik a couple of tomatoes from my garden* ;-)

      • Val

        Heirloom tomatoes?

        • Kema

          I have mostly cherry tomatoes. I have a few larger tomatoes but I have no idea what they are. I also have egglplant and bell peppers. :-)

          • Val

            Wow, you grow your own eggplant! That’s impressive. I love eggplant.

          • Sahel

            You have larger tomatoes alright

  • nillalatte

    Yeah, I started feeling sorry for Pittsburgh too. A couple of my friends are Steelers fans, so their FB are filled with tears. LOL On the bright side, the TITANS won again, and I totally missed the 49er’s game, which from the score might have been a positive thing to do with my time.

    As for processed meat… I can’t. I don’t to the extent of what I buy whole from the store. Still, it has a history too. I’ve seen the Meatrix. Not pretty. I stay away from a lot of beef. Triglycerides. You’ll find out what those are if you keep eating like you say you do. Just sayin’

    • When I can afford it, I’ll eat better *hangs head* Right now my budget isn’t Whole Food/Trader Joe friendly.

      • Chad HuskerBrotha Welch

        Ain’t that the truth! DAG!!

      • Abu Husain

        Trader Joe’s is Whole Foods Lite… They aren’t too bad. I say, get your meat from TJ and everything else from Ralph’s, Vons, etc…

        • Val

          Ralph’s? Lol. That brings back memories.

          • Abu Husain

            There aren’t any Ralph’s on the east coast?I my decision to move to DC was a bad idea…

            • Val

              Nope, no Ralph’s or Von’s on the East Cost.

              • Abu Husain

                What is Wawa’s?

                • Rachmo

                  **GASPS LOUDLY** WAWA IS LIFE! I actually lived off Wawa for three months straight when I was in Philly! Ok..ok let me chill. Wawa is an awesome convenience store where you can have made to order subs (hoagies), delicious Wawa lemonade iced tea, and many other tasty treats. Such as fried ravioli. Word.

                  • Abu Husain

                    Philly is interesting… The only place where I got catcalls from a group of women decked out in niqabs.

      • Todd

        I wonder if this judgment on food isn’t just some low-key stunting by rich people on the poor. Like y’all ninjas ain’t got it…y’all eat meat and veggies from SAFEWAY. We can walk in Nobu like it was Whole Foods, so we have TWO WORDS FOR YA….SUCK IT!!!!111

      • JayIzUrGod

        In the long run, Trader Joes isn’t that expensive for most of their products. But I may be saying that as a New Yorker who has to pay ridiculous prices no matter what store I go to.

        • Exactly. Also, what “isn’t that expensive” is 100% based on perspective. People can tell me Trader Joe’s isn’t “that expensive” all day but none of y’all are paying me or my bills. So, as I said before, neither of these establishments align with my budget.

          • RewindingtonMaximus

            I understand. I only say this because most of the supermarkets I’ve been too along the East Coast are all the same, expensive as hell with some sort of savings program that doesn’t save you much at all. Trader Joes just has standard prices and if you know what you want, the cost can literally mirror your average supermarket. This way you have better quality if nothing else.

        • Val

          Just don’t buy any meat from TJs and you’ll be fine money wise.

          • JayIzUrGod

            Exactly. The meat is a killer on the pockets so i go to other stores for that, but everything else reasonably fits my budget.

      • Rachmo

        Trader Joe’s is my bff. I have figured out ways to pay $25 a week for groceries. #brokeswag

    • Val

      The Niners looked really, really bad. The fact that they lost and the Washington football team lost were the only bright spots in my football Sunday.

    • Rachmo

      Man I’m a Steelers fan and my whole world is in shambles right now.

  • She Who Reads

    I just wrote a long [redacted] comment that got deleted because I couldn’t log into this stupid comments section.

    I’m hot.

  • She Who Reads

    Let’s try this again.

    Since we know what the issues are, what can we do to fix them? I don’t believe we were put on this earth to live and not even attempt to leave the world a little better because of our having been here.

    I say that to say I’ve struggled with how I feel about football, not just after the concussion admission, but I’ve struggled with it being the “ticket,” along with basketball, for too many Black boys from my community. Young Black boys are taught to succeed with their bodies and not with their minds (that might have something to do with white team owners not being alarmed when those minds are knocked loose). If the player can no longer think straight, replace him with someone who can.

    But I feel like I need, we need, to do something. These are our children. Same goes for vitriolic rap, and I love rap as much as anyone, but it’s problematic, and increasingly so.

    Can we talk solutions?

    *Excuse any typos… just because*

    • h.h.h.

      to be vague, and excessively general, eliminate the need for these avenues. that means that there has to be a culture-wide shift from seeing entertainment as athletics as the only, acceptable ‘outs’.

      i’m not entirely sure what you want to do to rap music…sounds like you want to censor music in a way, which is cool. to be a tad more serious, i mean this type of music resonates to a lot of males, alot of whom in real life (twitter doesn’t count, imo) don’t act like what they listen to…but i guess eliminate the reason how/why black males can identify with it?

      *turns on DipSet and takes a nap*

    • The Champ

      “I say that to say I’ve struggled with how I feel about football, not just after the concussion admission, but I’ve struggled with it being the “ticket,” along with basketball, for too many Black boys from my community.”

      Nothing wrong with having a dream to go to the NFL or NBA. Only problem is when that’s your only dream

      • She Who Reads

        That’s what I’m talking about. I’m not talking about students who play, use the school to pay for their EDUCATION, and graduation. You know what students I’m talking about.

  • Secret Sauce

    As a long time Bears fan, man tonight was good. And the Lakers beat the Super Sonics.

    • Val

      They’re playing basketball again already?

      • #icecube

      • Maybe Secret Sauce was referring to WNBA and forgot LA’s franchise name???

        • Val

          No, because the L.A. Sparks are playing Phoenix in the WNBA play-offs.

    • TheOtherJerome

      As a long time Lions fan, i’m looking forward to your disappointment next week :-P

  • AnonyChick

    I wish I was into the NFL, but I just can’t get into it. I only watch the Super Bowl. And, that’s mostly for the halftime show, depending on who’s performing. I’m much more into college football. Maybe, it’s a southern thing? Or, coming from a big football college. #SEC

    • kidvideo

      Alabama is so dominate, the streets of Birmingham become quiet when they play.

    • Chad HuskerBrotha Welch

      Right along with ya on the College Football thing!

      • Aly

        *waves to Chad* Your avi is making me homesick! Always nice to see a fellow Husker.

    • Todd

      I prefer the NFL to college. In fact, if it wasn’t for the fact that I went to a school with a DI program, I could care less about college football except to watch future NFL prospects.

      Still, that Roast on the Raritan was lovely. Never Yield, huh? More like Squeal, Pig, Squeal! I just love seeing Southerners cry. :)

      • Coming from an HBCU, I was wondering what D-I alums, such as yourself thought about HBCU’s getting paid to lose. For example, FAMU took a beating from the Buckeye’s this past weekend and I spent the better part of my Saturday trying to explain how beneficial it is for HBCU’s to play these games for the benefit of the school. No one was trying to hear me though :-(

        Howard getting banged up by Rutgers was never this bad lol But I always enjoyed going because of the awesome fans.

        • She Who Reads

          As a Rattler, I have to disagree. It is not to our benefit to play these games. We get a check, but we sacrifice our brand, our players, and our self-respect for it. It’s a new minstrel show. We look like fools and white people—who are entertained by our foolishness—watch us.

          No potential HBCU student watches one of those guaranteed games and says, “Boy, I can’t wait to go that school that getting blown out by 60+ points.”

          And the white people who attend these games believe, not only that we’re not equal to their teams, but that we never will be.

          So, no, to guaranteed games.

          • Todd

            Word. I stay away from the team bulletin boards on weeks of money games. The low-key racial shade is a turn-off.

            • She Who Reads

              Every single time. And it’s even worse when I see Black people saying some of the same things. Like the articles I read and the quotes from ESPN this weekend left me seething.

              • Epsilonicus

                You should have watched ESPN on Sunday. Folks were discussing not even having those games count b/c its ridiculous to have scores like this. I thought the reaons they gave were pretty good:

                1. Dangerous for the players
                2. It is just padding the stats
                3. Eventually folks will not watch those games
                4. It does not say much about either team no matter who wins or loses.

                The other issues is that D1 teams are not playing great D2 teams, they are scraping the bottom of the barrel. And to be honest, White folks aint really checking these games, they tune them out b/c they are so bad.

          • Noted

            • She Who Reads

              And I can’t.

              It’s an easy solution; it’s not a good one. We don’t *have* to do it. We can work to engage our alumni better. We can shift the conversation. We don’t need to be bailed out by D1 schools; we choose to.

              I talk about alumni giving all the time, and when the university reaches out, people give. But the larger issue is that current students aren’t been cultivated as givers. They think they don’t have to financially support their university, but if they become givers as freshman, they’re far more likely to continue to be givers after graduation.

              • *nods head* I know many students who come out of HBCU’s feeling like their school didn’t do much to help them while they were in school so why should they donate once they’ve graduated? It’s an ugly cycle. Schools have a hard time meeting the needs of their students and students build up resentment.

                • She Who Reads

                  Students who are looking for an excuse to not be givers will find one. I remember when I was frustrated with financial aid. You know what I did? I volunteered in the financial aid office. I only made it through one day, (LOL, that office is a beast.) but I made friends, and I never had an issue with financial aid again.

                  If students are proactive, they can make change. Change costs money. Staff costs money.

                  College won’t be perfect, no matter where you go. Heck, actually, I’ve had more issues with financial aid at my PWI graduate school.

            • I promise you, I have a blog post on the tip of my tongue about how I attended FSU but am adopting FAMU as my HBCU and giving back there.

              • She Who Reads

                Please do! And you can join your local alumni association as an associate. We’d love to have you!

        • Todd

          If I were king of the world, I’d get rid of money games, even if it means missing out on Howard cheerleaders. (Wait, that’s a huge benefit. And the bands too. It helped me to forget the flat a$$ed, rhythm-less embarrassment that is the Rutgers cheerleading, dance and band program. If I get rich, that’s the first donation check getting cut. But still…)

          Here’s my thing: if the only way a school can maintain a DI program is by getting paid to lose, I don’t see how that’s a good thing. I get that in college football, there are always going to be sh*tty squads. Heck, during my time at Rutgers, they won a grand total of 8 games in 4 years. (And sadly, I’m not joking. Check the records from 1997-2000, and especially those scores. Ouch!) I understand the politics behind not dropping the HBCUs, but there’s also the fact that some DII programs have more money to spend on sports, and that’s after accounting the money game revenues. You won’t get anywhere getting paid to lose, and I think that it would be better for programs to build up organically. Either that, or pay that a bunch of your alums get rich suddenly and can turn your program into a powerhouse. (Hello ND State! That oil money is working out lovely for them!)

          • You all might be interested in a book called “Breaking the Line” that details the history of how HBCUs had premier football programs in the 60s and how the Civil Rights Movement affected those programs.
            http://www.amazon.com/Breaking-Line-Football-Transformed-ebook/dp/B00A27XEU4 @AfroPetite:disqus, @shewhoreads:disqus

            • Val

              I love reading stuff like that about HBCUs.

              http://images.wikia.com/degrassi/images/b/b2/The_more_you_know.gif

            • She Who Reads

              Integration attempted to destroy HBCUs. It succeeded in severely damaging our athletic programs.

              • Epsilonicus

                Integration did not destroy HBCUs. You know what ha probably destroyed HBCUs? Declining Black economic power, which is tied to Black folks not having equal access to own housing. They key driver of wealth in this country for the middle class is homeownership, which people use the equity in the home to pay for college. If you have a whole group of folks locked out, then they do not have the wealth to invest in higher education.

        • BedRock Obama

          I went to Howard but my heart is always with FAMU. Having said that its a double edged sword. Our schools need that money but don’t need that a$$ whooping. There are times where it’s a little more equal when it comes to basketball but football is a different story.
          “I Have A Dream that one day” ….. a good number of black atheletes (think Fab 5) would purposely go to several HBCUs and majorly disrupt March Madness for a few rounds.

          • I used to dream that but PWI’s offer much more to these black kids than HBCU’s ever could. Plus, the lure of becoming famous while in college is much more tempting than flying under the radar at a black school for 4 years.

            • BedRock Obama

              A Dream Deferred….

          • Todd

            The thing is with basketball, it’s at least feasible. All it takes is a good recruiting class and a young, hungry coach to make it happen. It would be fun to watch at least.

      • Epsilonicus

        Quality of play in college football is too low for me to get into.

    • I think it’s a southern thing, too. I’m a big NFL guy but my team isn’t even located in the south. College ball just seems to hold my attention more. The fact that Bama is winning and SC is finally competitive I can help but watch.

    • Val

      Welp, I’m not from the South. It took me a really, really long time to get into college football. Now I’m hooked on Oregon. And, I will admit it was their 50 different uniforms that pulled me into the fold.

    • The Champ

      the steelers lack of success this season has made me realize how much of an NFL fan I am. basically, when they’re not good, I don’t really give a damn about what else is going on in the league

  • NomadaNare

    All I can say is Who Dat? Also, I’m still young enough to believe that I can change the world, so I’m not worried, apathetic, or depressed despite my disproportionately acute awareness concerning issue that literally threaten all life on earth. Sue Me.

    • The Champ

      good for you

      • NomadaNare

        :)

  • AsBougieAsSheWannaBe

    I only came here for the pron.

    • kidvideo

      I came to watch nekkid movies and chew bubble gum…and I just ran outta my last piece.

    • The Champ

      bougie black girls love p*rn

  • kidvideo

    I don’t hav an issue watchin flix even if the performers are catchin the magic in their Johnson’s…its not they were forced to get into the biddness…flix are my reality show…even Pedro from the real world caught the ghost.
    Breaking Bad has been the only show worth watching during Sunday prime time…just one episode left.

    • JayIzUrGod

      Hence why amateur pawn stays winning these days

      • The Champ

        which amateur p*rn, though, you have to wonder how much of that wasn’t supposed to get out. like, if someone was taped without knowing or if a scorned ex allowed a private tape to leak out

        • Kema

          Homegrownfreaks stay having pron that looks like it was supposed to be personal.

        • Roc and Shay is an alternative.

          • They bore me. I’m not here to watch two relatively unattractive folks making love lol

            • Eh. Roc is the only Black star in that industry with my body type so that’s why I watch even though they aren’t the most exciting people.

            • Rachmo

              Right? Like ok are those her real bewbs? Nope.

            • Shamira

              I see ya with that new avi, Bunni! Velly nice!

              • Awwwww shucks Shamira, yew know what yew do to me!!!

            • miss t-lee

              Good to know I’m not alone. Snoozefest.

              • They would be good if they werent so….not good lol

                • miss t-lee

                  CTFU. Anti-good.

            • SuperStrings

              I’m not familiar…clearly out of the loop on this one.

        • JayIzUrGod

          Well in truth, there’s no way to know half the time when it is on a random sitr like xhamster or rude.com. The only truth you may have i that these people aren’t professionals nd tjats it, everything else is a complete mystery.

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