These are just regular pictures of things that do not look vaguely sexual at all.
This Morning's Phillip: "Still to come."
“If they don’t, the bottom will blow off the top so the top literally falls off.”
Nothing from your childhood is innocent.
"I'm on crack watch."
We have officially reached peak innuendo.
What is going on in Pennsylvania????
All of these people need Jesus.
"Twitter, I am your bitch."
It's someone's full time job to decide whether phrases like "Tere baap ka London" are suitable for adults.
Lawd(a) have mercy.
"I like it low and slow. Low. And. Slow."
Steve, is "His Baloney Pony" on the board, per chance?
During a challenge about creamed horns, no less.
Crime and Punishment just took on a whole new meaning.
"Looking for crack."
*thumbs up* - “I want your body.”
No one actually flips their hair in real life.
You can do much better than "You up?" or "Sup girl?"
Taken out of context, these comic book strips are full of innuendo and smut. H/T Mitch O'Connell.
Were these on purpose or are we all just perverts? Little from column A, little from column B.
Oh, no she di'int! While commenting on a miniature sports trophy, Ten News presenter Belinda Hegge makes an oddly personal remark about colleague Mark Aiston’s manhood. (via The Daily What.)
Because tea is a popular drink of choice at frat houses.
The best thing about these hot dogs is there's no casing coming between your mouth and the meat. It's all natural.