Results for: drunk-women
DRUNK WOMEN DISTURBING PEOPLE
3 women get so drunk that they...
Produced by: Sweaterpants Productions
This obviously drunk woman is taking a toilet seat around her neck and spinning it like a hula hoop. Wow, people are weird.
Three ridiculous drunk women on the beach
I found a dancing drunk women...
very drunk women falls on subway tracks and barrely escapes!
The master mixologists at VanderDrinks**** create a fine batch of Pina Coladas for the ladies to enjoy!
One night the girl in the video went into a tattoo shop drunk and spent 7 hours letting artists Tattoo fashion brands logos over her entire body. as to why she done this we still do not know but if anybody knows who this is please let us know by posting in the comments.
drunk bird fallz over a wall, jokes!
Princeton University Cognitive Science Laboratory as "acting like a clown or buffoon" or "dressing showily", or alternatively, "a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement". Pranks can take the forms of practical jokes, hoaxes, or even petty criminal activity, such as the theft of traffic cones.
Practical jokes are associated with several holidays, such as April Fool's Day, Halloween, and the Day of the Holy Innocents (in Spanish-speaking cultures). They also feature in various rites of passage, such as stag nights.
In recent years, the term "pranking" has also come to mean the ringing of a mobile telephone and hanging up before it is answered, to alert the mobile phone's user without having to pay a network connection charge.
You dont need to be a body builder to do this, only learn the trick
A telephone directory (also called a telephone book and phone book) is a listing of telephone subscribers in a geographical area or subscribers to services provided by the organization that publishes the directory.Subscriber names are generally listed in alphabetical order, together with their postal or street address and telephone number. Every subscriber in the geographical coverage area is usually listed, but subscribers may request the exclusion of their number from the directory, often for a fee. Their number is then said to be "unlisted" (American English), "ex-directory" (British English) or "private" (Australia and New Zealand).