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MONSTER Energy-Drink, Awaiting the Anti-Christ 666| [VIDEO]

Deon
November 10, 2014

The video you are about to watch is a short excerpt in which a concerned group of Christians have taken to the streets in order to expose the truth behind the symbolism of the popular MONSTER energy drink.

Have you seen this?

MONSTER: 666 in Hebrew

In the video, the speaker does an excellent job quickly outlining the highlights of the symbolism found within the logo of the energy drink and it’s slogan.

monster-666Although many people interpret the logo to be merely an M or slashes, when we look at the logo closely we notice that although the marks are close together, they never actually touch.

This is extremely significant because it symbolizes that the 3 strikes are NOT one whole entity such as the letter M, but instead that they are 3 separate entities placed together.

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As noted in the video, each of these strikes bear a shocking resemblance to the Hebrew letter Vav, which also stands for 6.

Although some may write this off as merely a coincidence, the supporting evidence presented on the can argues that it is not.

MONSTER: “Unleash the Beast”

unleashThe slogan of the energy drink is “Unleash the Beast”.

Anyone familiar with Biblical eschatology knows that the Bible too also mentions a “Beast” that will be released on an unsuspecting world in the end times.

Unfortunately, the end result of that is not so favorable for humanity.

In the book of Daniel (as well as Revelation 13), the bible often refers to the coming anti-christ as well as other end-times figures as Beasts who will be empowered by the Dragon (Satan).

These Beasts will be under the control of Satan himself and will bring great destruction and Chaos upon the face of the earth unlike the world has ever seen.

The Bible also mentioned in 2 Thessalonians 2:7 that the Beast was currently being restrained by GOD until the appointed time in which it will be released upon the earth in the final days.

(2Th 2:7)  For the mystery of iniquity doth already work: only he who now letteth will let, until he be taken out of the way.

So why would an energy drink be promoting and lobbying for the release of The Beast?

—  Share your thoughts below! —

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  • Jason Valentine

    The mark of the beast is not six six six…it is six hundred and sixty six..Revelation 13:18 “Let him who has understanding calculate the number of the beast, for the number is that of a man; and his number is six hundred and sixty-six.” and vav-vav-vav is not how the six hundred and sixty six is written in Hebrew. The book of Revelations was originally written in Greek.The “O” in the Monster name is actually the Greek letter “Phi” for some reason…most likely some idjit graphic designer’s homage to his fraternity. As for the whole “Is this a ‘Christian’ company because they use a cross?” bit is nothing more than provocation. Seriously. It has profanity on the can. The design of it is obviously about radical behavior. I heard the term “Unleash the beast” in gamer chat and on teamspeak during video game marathons long before Monster became “a thing”…..

    The drink is not promoting nor lobbying for the release of any of the three beasts, it is just being rude crude and impolite, while attempting to look bad a$$ to kids. Which is a far more pertinent issue that should be addressed.The drinks are harmful, and as far as I’m concerned are a legal gateway drug that can be sold to children. The increased use of caffeine by children will most likely have long terms health effects and promote behavioral issues. If the Book of Revelations is true, and maps out the course of the end of earth, then nothing we as humans can do will change that course. We can no more force the rise of these “beasts” than we can draw the Son of Man into returning before his time. Wouldn’t you think a better way for a Christian to spend their time would be to focus on spreading the word instead of being distracted by some idiot marketing scheme? How does pointing this out promote the love of Christ?

    • dlundy1

      Hello Jason,

      In response to your comment, we agree that the mark of the beast is not merely six six six — it is sixhundred sixty-six.

      But do you realize that sixhundred sixty-six is displayed as (six six six)?

      There are many ways that the number can be displayed, depicted, or represented but the underlying concept is that it is being promoted.

      Not exactly sure how you stating this supports your argument.

      QUOTE: “vav-vav-vav is not how the six hundred and sixty six is written in Hebrew.”

      REPLY: firstly, if you understand gematria then you understand that there are different ways to write and say the same things. a VAV in the Hebrew alphabet represents the number 6. Therefore although it may not be a LITERAL form of the number 666 in Hebrew — It can definitely pass as a REPRESENTATION of this number. The people who are promoting this stuff do not claim that these symbols are literal, instead they are symbolic.

      QUOTE: “The book of Revelations was originally written in Greek.The “O” in the Monster name is actually the Greek letter “Phi” for some reason…most likely some graphic designer’s homage to his fraternity.”

      REPLY: This is false. The book of Hebrews was not originally written in Greek. It was written in the native tongue of the Israelites (Hebrew/Arabic). It was later TRANSLATED to Greek.

      QUOTE: “”Unleash the beast” in gamer chat and on teamspeak during video game marathons long before Monster became “a thing””

      REPLY: This is not surprising considering the fact that the company did not invent this phrase. But what is worth noting is the Historical significance of the phrase. Where did this phrase originate?

      Where did the beast come from and why is it currently in chains?

      I would argue it is a reference to the scripture that later became a “fad” and was branded as a GOOD thing.

      QUOTE: “The drink is not promoting nor lobbying for the release of any of the three beasts, it is just being rude crude and impolite, while attempting to look bad a$$ to kids. Which is a far more pertinent issue that should be addressed.”

      REPLY: This is your opinion, therefore it bears no ethical or logical weight to contribute to your argument. But it is nice to hear your thoughts on the matter.

      QUOTE: “If the Book of Revelations is true, and maps out the course of the end of earth, then nothing we as humans can do will change that course. We can no more force the rise of these “beasts” than we can draw the Son of Man into returning before his time.”

      REPLY: Yes I would agree that the book of Revelation already foretells future events and these events will not be changed or undone. Furthermore although they cannot force the rise of these beasts — they can however worship the future rise of it — as many are doing.

      QUOTE: “Wouldn’t you think a better way for a Christian to spend their time would be to focus on spreading the word instead of being distracted by some idiot marketing scheme? How does pointing this out promote the love of Christ?”

      REPLY: Your understanding is flawed here.
      By sharing this content, Christians are DEFINITELY spreading the word of GOD. It is a warning to an unbelieving world of the anti-christ kingdom that is beginning to rise.

      By showing people the nearness of Christ’s return, and showing them the signs of the times — they can possibly be moved to believe the truth of gospel of Christ.

      Whether you agree or not, GOD has sent his people as “Watchmen” to watch for the times and to warn the people of the things that are going to come upon the world — and that is exactly what this information does.

  • Jason Valentine

    The mark of the beast is not six six six…it is six hundred and sixty six..Revelation 13:18 “Let him who has understanding calculate the number of the beast, for the number is that of a man; and his number is six hundred and sixty-six.” and vav-vav-vav is not how the six hundred and sixty six is written in Hebrew.

    The book of Revelations was originally written in Greek.The “O” in the Monster name is actually the Greek letter “Phi” for some reason…most likely some graphic designer’s homage to his fraternity. As for the whole “Is this a ‘Christian’ company because they use a cross?” bit is nothing more than provocation. Seriously. It has profanity on the can. The design of it is obviously about radical behavior. I heard the term “Unleash the beast” in gamer chat and on teamspeak during video game marathons long before Monster became “a thing”…..

    The drink is not promoting nor lobbying for the release of any of the three beasts, it is just being rude crude and impolite, while attempting to appeal to kids. Which is a far more pertinent issue that should be addressed.

    The drinks are harmful, and as far as I’m concerned are a legal gateway drug that can be sold to children. The increased use of caffeine by children will most likely have long terms health effects and promote behavioral issues.

    If the Book of Revelations is true, and maps out the course of the end of earth, then nothing we as humans can do will change that course. We can no more force the rise of these “beasts” than we can draw the Son of Man into returning before his time.

    Wouldn’t you think a better way for a Christian to spend their time would be to focus on spreading the word instead of being distracted by some idiot marketing scheme? How does pointing this out promote the love of Christ?

    • allen hileman

      ** MODERATED **
      you sir are incorrect 6-6-6 or 666 mean the same thing. it absolutely is promoting the satanic beast system its a worldly energy drink just as satanic blasphemous and prideful as a bottle of venom energy drink blatantly advertising the NWO and the occult.

      Are you one of those people that even when some one or something is openly satanic says they are not satanic just misunderstood?

      your ignorance is staggering

      • dlundy1

        Allen, Thanks for your comment.

        Because this is a Christian blog, we try not to insult anyone here — even if they disagree with us.

        Unfortunately your original comment did not comply with our comment policy (harsh words and name calling) — so it has been edited in order to be approved.

        We encourage you to do the same.

        But pertaining to the comment you responded to, whether someone believes the truth or not is none of our concern.

        As Christians, we are called to share the truth (not force everyone to accept it).

        but whether they choose to accept it or not — When they are standing for judgement, they will not be able to claim that they did not hear it.

      • Jason Valentine

        ** MODERATED **

        My ignorance came from the bible. Look it up in Revelations. Hebrew is NOT written numerically the same way English is. Vah..the symbol on the can does NOT mean six hundred. It means..six…six hundred would be written with different stressors. Your ignorance of what language the bible is written in is staggering. Yeshuwa bar Yoseph and his followers did not speak English…

        • dlundy1

          Jason,

          As I stated in my other response.

          Although vav-vav-vav is not a LITERAL translation of the number written in the book of Revelation — The people who create these symbols are not interested in LITERAL translation. Instead they are interested in symbolic REPRESENTATIONS.

          Therefore although the exact number is not written, the representation of the number using these methods is still symbolically relevant.

          • Jason Valentine

            dlundy

            Ok…so let me understand you. You are telling me, that you are looking at the can of Monster having the number 6 6 6 supposedly on it, is designed based on a symbolic representation…of the literal number six hundred and sixty six, from the book of Revelations…which is, according to you a LITERAL account of the end times and second coming of Christ.

            Is..this what you are saying? In other words.you are saying that is it what you want it to be because it suits your message.

            Regarding release the beast. No the beast is not chained nor representative of any form of scripture. It means simply to run in with guns blazing or swords swinging to demolish whatever opponent you are facing. Like “Release the hounds” a typical cry at a foxhunt.

            Regarding Greek vs Hebrew/Arabic. I was refering to the Book of Revelations. Considering it’s title is taken from the first words of the book, Apokolypsis, which is Greek, it stands to reason that the rest of the manuscript is in Greek also.
            Which brings up another point regarding the marks on the can…
            Revelations *is* written in Greek, the numbers would look more like a really squiggly xes..no it’s not sex backwards..and the whole Vav Vav Vav this is merely a tired old dead horse that has been dug up and put back in the traces by fundamentalists..when they insisted that Vav Vav Vav was six six six…and because Vav is not only “V” in Hebrew, but “W” as well, the scandal was that all internet addresses were really a shout out to Lucifer. So…is it three “V’s” or three “W’s”. Or is it just a really ugly logo that is an “M” for Monster in a font that is supposed to evoke hash marks? Yeah I agree it is sinister looking.

            The Jews of Jesus’ time did not as a rule speak Arabic…I believe you were thinking of Aramaic??? Aramaic was like the “English” of the time, with many different words borrowed from different cultures, relying heavily on a Syrian base . Hebrew was the formal religious language of the time, rather like Latin was for the Catholics. This is a very loose comparison, but Greek was considered the language of the enlightened and educated secular set.

            As far as your unbeliever comment..and the implied threat of hell if I don’t see the light as you see it…this “unbeliever” apparently knows more about the actual history, linguistics and social history surrounding the gospels than you do. You’ve got a comic book version of the bible in your head, vav vav vav is only sixhundred and sixty six in English if you completely ignore any of the rules of translation. In Greek, it is chi xi stigma.
            In Hebrew..it is Samech Resh Tav Vav…I checked with a Hebrew scholar on this one who asked me if I’d gone insane and got a three hour lecture regarding the holy significance of numbers and how they relate to language in Hebrew. I found it fascinating, and it drove home even more how much folks like you edit the truth to suit yourselves.

            My argument with this pop culture obsession with the number 666 in fundamental Christianity, is that it proves that you have no clue what the bible says because you do not look at the history of the authors, their language and their culture. They are not speaking to you from your time, they are speaking with the language of Yeshuwa Bar Yoseph…they reference the cultural values that were around them at the time. You’ve remade the message to suit your time, and thereby have lost the message. You fill in the blanks with what you want instead of knowledge of what truly was and is. If you are a “Watchman” you have cotton in your ears, and a blindfold on your eyes.

          • dlundy1

            Jason,

            Thanks for your comment.

            Yes I would argue that because the can includes the vav-vav-vav (in my opinion) it is indeed a symbolic representation of the biblical mark that the bible speaks of in the book of Revelation.

            QUOTE: “In other words.you are saying that is it what you want it to be because it suits your message.”

            REPLY: This is circular reasoning. Couldn’t I apply this to what YOU are saying about the can NOT containing symbolism?

            What I believe is supported by the fact that the CLAW marks closely resemble Hebrew symbols that depict 6 6 6. Furthermore the fact that it mentions “releasing the beast” — It would only make sense for these 2 symbolic representations to be related.

            But you argue that the 2 are completely unrelated terms who’s cosmetic relation is nothing more than coincidence. I would argue that your position is logically irresponsible.
            —————–

            QUOTE: “Regarding release the beast. No the beast is not chained nor representative of any form of scripture. It means simply to run in with guns blazing or swords swinging to demolish whatever opponent you are facing.”

            REPLY: I would disagree. The phrase must have some historic or mainstream significance that is derived from a relative (and relevant) source.

            Because the Bible is the oldest historic document that mentions a “Beast” that is “Chained” then logic would suggest that this phrase has some relation to the text.

            furthermore, if the beast is not “Chained” ( or bound ) — then how can it possibly be “Released” ?

            And to address your potential counter-argument, although there MAY or may not be another historical source that mentions a chained beast — the fact that can also contains the marks that resemble the Vav-Vav-Vav would serve as a “point” on the side of the book of Revelation.

            But whether you believe this or disbelieve it — you are doing so by faith.
            —————–

            QUOTE: “I was refering to the Book of Revelations. Considering it’s title is taken from the first words of the book, Apokolypsis, which is Greek, it stands to reason that the rest of the manuscript is in Greek also.”

            REPLY: 1. book of Revelation (singular).

            2. This involves assumption. You assume that the Title of the book of Revelations was “borrowed” from the book Apokolysis — There is no evidence to support this.
            ——————-

            QUOTE: “Revelations *is* written in Greek, the numbers would look more like a really squiggly xes”

            REPLY: Again, Revelations was TRANSLATED to Greek. It’s writer is John — Who was Hebrew.

            —————-

            QUOTE: “The Jews of Jesus’ time did not as a rule speak Arabic…I believe you were thinking of Aramaic???”

            REPLY: This is again another debatable topic. Arabic and Aramaic are relative languages. More closely resembling dialects rather than complete language sets.

            —————–

            QUOTE: “this “unbeliever” apparently knows more about the actual history, linguistics and social history surrounding the gospels than you do.”

            REPLY: This is opinion, Therefore it carries no weight in debate. But it is nice to hear your thoughts. Thanks for sharing how you feel

            ———————

            QUOTE: “You’ve got a comic book version of the bible in your head, vav vav vav is only sixhundred and sixty six in English if you completely ignore any of the rules of translation. In Greek, it is chi xi stigma. ”

            REPLY: If you read my prior comment in its entirety then you would know that I no way did I say that vav-vav-vav is the equivalent to six-hundred sixty six.

            As I have stated before, It is merely a symbolic representation.

            If I stand in front of you and say “You-Are-Stupid” — I am almost sure that you would not interpret this is 3 random words totally unrelated. Instead you would apply meaning to the phrase based on the context that it was used.

            I find it odd that you are unable to apply this same principle to this discussion.

            ——————–

            QUOTE: “They are not speaking to you from your time, they are speaking with the language of Yeshuwa Bar Yoseph”

            REPLY: It sounds like you are venturing off into a completely unrelated topic but I can ASSURE you that the creators of the Monster energy drink are NOT speaking from Jesus’s time. They are speaking from OUR time — Hence the symbolism.

            ——————–

            QUOTE: “If you are a “Watchman” you have cotton in your ears, and a blindfold on your eyes.”

            REPLY: The way you “sprinkle” your biased arguments with insults is indicative of a man who has no knowledge — yet thinks he has all.

            Your vision is clouded, yet you have exalted your knowledge far beyond its legal constraints — all this merely because you have learned a few Hebrew words (that are useless in the context of this discussion).

            Yet there is only 1 knowledge that matters…

            (Philippians 3:8 ASV) “Yea verily, and I count all things to be loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord: for whom I suffered the loss of all things, and do count them but refuse, that I may gain Christ”

          • Jason Valentine

            John of Patmos was Greek. Revelations was written IN GREEK…in mystical symbolism. You sincerely ..do not..understand ..the bible..you profess to believe in. You don’t even understand that you are making this up. In Hebrew…in Greek…it was never six six six, it is six hundred and sixty six and I am done. Declare victory if you like. You can cut and paste from the bible all you like, because that is all you can do. You don’t understand it, you don’t understand the message and you will never try to. It’s too hard for ya.

          • dlundy1

            So John was Greek just because he was on the the Greek Island of Patmos?? It is that type of ridiculous thinking that lead to the creation of Evolution.

            But don’t trouble yourself. Not the first time I’ve heard clueless arguments from uninformed commenters.

          • Jason Valentine

            Why do I keep trying. Fer cryin out loud GOOGLE it..the new testaments were written in Greek, the most coherent set, 400 years after the “birth” of Jesus. In fact Christ isnt a name at all it is a title. Meaning anointed..in Greek. Oy veh.

          • dlundy1

            I think you are confusing yourself.

            Neither Jesus or his disciples were Greek. Therefore why would they write in Greek???

            Furthermore, if the New testaments were written 400years after the birth of Jesus, HOW could the apostles give an ACCOUNT (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) 400 years after the death of Jesus?? They too would have been long dead!

            And “Christ” is simply the greek equivalent of “Messiah” — but I am not sure how mentioning this strengthens your argument.

          • Jason Valentine

            Let’s try this again. People spoke more than one language back then, like they do in Europe..because countries and tribes of people were so intermingled. This is an American blind spot. We are huge, we are one country and we can go all our lives not bothering to learn another language and get along fine. So…ancient Hebrews used Hebrew as their holy language…like Catholics used to use Latin. It was not used in casual written correspondence. Greek..was considered the written “english” of the time, and chances are, the apostles like Luke the Physician could read and write Latin also. Peter would have been lucky to have been literate at all outside of being able to read the Talmund.

            PLUS..many of the apostles names were Greek, many sects of “liberal” Jews were involved in a Greek style culture. TO have gone to a Greek school was considered as cosmopolitan and sophisticated.

            As for the 400 years thing, the most complete account…not fragments…of the gospels are at 400 BC…not after the death, but birth. Using linguistic forensics they estimate that the gospels were written anywhere between 50 years BC (remember Christ supposedly died when he was 33, the average lifespan of a male in that time was 40-45 years) So, the earliest fragments of the “Big Four” are anywhere from 50 years BC, to 100 years BC. John being 100 years BC…bringing him to 60 years past the death of Christ and unless he was a toddler at the time he followed Christ. And no..people did not live 100’s of years. Carbon dating has nothing to do with pinpointing that.
            Christ does NOT mean messiah..it means Anointed…actually “Covered in oil” being the literal translation. The Jews would anoint many people, kings, rabbis, prophets, and the term messaih would be applied to them So, the usage Christ as a last name is erroneous, it should come before the name Jesus.

            My argument is that the whole Vah Vah thing stems from people not knowing their linguistics, misquoting the bible, and destroying how these languages work because you think English was the language of the bible. Translation isn’t 1+1=2, it’s more like quantum physics.

          • Jason Valentine

            Scholars believe that he was banished there, because that was a common punishment. The companion in tribulation remark could mean anything…including sympathy with those he knew were being persecuted.

    • dlundy1

      Hello Jason,

      In response to your comment, we agree that the mark of the beast is not merely six six six — it is sixhundred sixty-six.

      But do you realize that sixhundred sixty-six is displayed as (six six six)?

      There are many ways that the number can be displayed, depicted, or represented but the underlying concept is that it is being promoted.

      Not exactly sure how you stating this supports your argument.

      QUOTE: “vav-vav-vav is not how the six hundred and sixty six is written in Hebrew.”

      REPLY: firstly, if you understand gematria then you understand that there are different ways to write and say the same things. a VAV in the Hebrew alphabet represents the number 6. Therefore although it may not be a LITERAL form of the number 666 in Hebrew — It can definitely pass as a REPRESENTATION of this number. The people who are promoting this stuff do not claim that these symbols are literal, instead they are symbolic.

      QUOTE: “The book of Revelations was originally written in Greek.The “O” in the Monster name is actually the Greek letter “Phi” for some reason…most likely some graphic designer’s homage to his fraternity.”

      REPLY: This is false. The book of Hebrews was not originally written in Greek. It was written in the native tongue of the Israelites (Hebrew/Arabic). It was later TRANSLATED to Greek.

      QUOTE: “”Unleash the beast” in gamer chat and on teamspeak during video game marathons long before Monster became “a thing””

      REPLY: This is not surprising considering the fact that the company did not invent this phrase. But what is worth noting is the Historical significance of the phrase. Where did this phrase originate?

      Where did the beast come from and why is it currently in chains?

      I would argue it is a reference to the scripture that later became a “fad” and was branded as a GOOD thing.

      QUOTE: “The drink is not promoting nor lobbying for the release of any of the three beasts, it is just being rude crude and impolite, while attempting to look bad a$$ to kids. Which is a far more pertinent issue that should be addressed.”

      REPLY: This is your opinion, therefore it bears no ethical or logical weight to contribute to your argument. But it is nice to hear your thoughts on the matter.

      QUOTE: “If the Book of Revelations is true, and maps out the course of the end of earth, then nothing we as humans can do will change that course. We can no more force the rise of these “beasts” than we can draw the Son of Man into returning before his time.”

      REPLY: Yes I would agree that the book of Revelation already foretells future events and these events will not be changed or undone. Furthermore although they cannot force the rise of these beasts — they can however worship the future rise of it — as many are doing.

      QUOTE: “Wouldn’t you think a better way for a Christian to spend their time would be to focus on spreading the word instead of being distracted by some idiot marketing scheme? How does pointing this out promote the love of Christ?”

      REPLY: Your understanding is flawed here.
      By sharing this content, Christians are DEFINITELY spreading the word of GOD. It is a warning to an unbelieving world of the anti-christ kingdom that is beginning to rise.

      By showing people the nearness of Christ’s return, and showing them the signs of the times — they can possibly be moved to believe the truth of gospel of Christ.

      Whether you agree or not, GOD has sent his people as “Watchmen” to watch for the times and to warn the people of the things that are going to come upon the world — and that is exactly what this information does.

  • dlundy1

    Allen, Thanks for your comment.

    Because this is a Christian blog, we try not to insult anyone here — even if they disagree with us.

    Unfortunately your original comment did not comply with our comment policy (harsh words and name calling) — so it has been edited in order to be approved.

    We encourage you to do the same.

    But pertaining to the comment you responded to, whether someone believes the truth or not is none of our concern.

    As Christians, we are called to share the truth (not force everyone to accept it).

    but whether they choose to accept it or not — When they are standing for judgement, they will not be able to claim that they did not hear it.

  • Jason Valentine

    My ignorance came from the bible..ya idjit. Look it up in Revelations. Hebrew is NOT written numerically the same way English is. Vah..the symbol on the can does NOT mean six hundred. It means..six…six hundred would be written with different stressors. Your ignorance of what language the bible is written in is staggering. Yeshuwa bar Yoseph and his followers did not speak English…

    • dlundy1

      Jason,

      As I stated in my other response.

      Although vav-vav-vav is not a LITERAL translation of the number written in the book of Revelation — The people who create these symbols are not interested in LITERAL translation. Instead they are interested in symbolic REPRESENTATIONS.

      Therefore although the exact number is not written, the representation of the number using these methods is still symbolically relevant.

      • Jason Valentine

        dlundy

        Ok…so let me understand you. You are telling me, that you are looking at the can of Monster having the number 6 6 6 supposedly on it, is designed based on a symbolic representation…of the literal number six hundred and sixty six, from the book of Revelations…which is, according to you a LITERAL account of the end times and second coming of Christ.

        Is..this what you are saying?

  • Josh Steed

    No-one should drink this cr*p

    • Ashley

      why not?

  • sojournerOfCursedEarth

    Christians who live CHRIST centered lives, should warn , encourage and strengthen one another, as we see the day of the Lord’s 2nd coming fast approaching. God Bless you brother Deon.

  • e135800

    Holy crap. This is stretching and besides everyone enjoys MILF action now and again

  • e135800

    So christians patented the use of a cross? tsk tsk. I’ll believe this when I hear it from a talking snake. A talking snake will tell me, sounds ridiculous doesn’t it?

  • +One

    That is hilarious. Amazing that they are actually serious.

  • Jason Valentine

    Just saw your reply. Please call your doctor and have your meds adjusted ASAP before you run over school children on the sidewalk while distracted by subliminal messages.