4 Responses to “Write your own caption”

  1. Coley Ward says:

    Do the Papi!

  2. Got a little Captin in you?

  3. Ripped down the line, and we ain’t talking about baseballs!

  4. feel you creepin’, I can see you from my shadow.

    Wanna jump up in my Lamborghini Gallardo.

    Maybe go to my place and just kick it, like Taebo.

    And possibly bend you over.

    Look back and watch me

    smack that, all on the floor,

    smack that, give me some more,

    smack that, ’till you get sore

    smack that, oooh.

    smack that, all on the floor,

    smack that, give me some more,

    smack that, ’till you get sore,

    smack that, oooh.

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