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Thought this giant hairy rasturbation was bad? Check out the friskiness that befell the Mudd ‘vator this past weekend. This one has more of a vagina dentata effect…

Photo courtesy of Courtney Gianinni

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  • ... says:

    @... what is that?

  • Vengaboys? says:

    @Vengaboys? Or Vaginaboys?

  • uh oh says:

    @uh oh her womb is pregnant with an escalator!! the elevator’s husband is gonna be pissed

  • wow says:

    @wow this is wrong on so many ‘levels’ :P

  • Engineer says:

    @Engineer E = MC Vagina

  • Allie says:

    @Allie i’m digging the Vandenburg references

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous can you explain? (purely interested)

  • attention barnard students says:

    @attention barnard students the vag is now in mudd.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Muddy vag. Hanh.

    Also, my ReCaptcha had Hindi in it. Not fair at all.

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous “reCAPTCHA is a system that digitizes the text of books while protecting websites from bots attempting to access restricted areas. reCAPTCHA is currently digitizing the archives of The New York Times and books from Google Books.”

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