Can’t buy? Just rent!

From the NY Post – Hat Tip ChiFi:

North Jersey beats out NYC for the hottest rental market in the US

As interest rates remain high to combat languishing inflation, warding off potential home buyers, the rental market has been very competitive. 

And while New York City’s Manhattan and Brooklyn boroughs have seen the biggest leaps in competitiveness, neighboring North Jersey is now considered the most aggressive market for renters in the nation, according to a new study. 

Data from RentCafe’s newest Rental Competitivity Report shows that North New Jersey — which makes up Bergen, Essex, Hudson and Passaic counties in the city suburbs — earned the top spot for rental demand.

The study found that those North Jersey areas — which comprise Jersey City, Hoboken, East Orange and Hackensack — are twice as competitive as Manhattan due to a drastic housing shortage.

Specifically, an influx of renters is pushing occupancy close to 97%.

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93 Responses to Can’t buy? Just rent!

  1. dentss dunnigan says:


  2. dentss dunnigan says:

    Happy StPats to yall

  3. Fast Eddie says:

    As interest rates remain high to combat languishing inflation, warding off potential home buyers, the rental market has been very competitive.

    Drop 100 pounds of Cesium 137 over North Jersey on Wednesday, watch the lines out the door for open houses by the weekend. That’s not a hairless dog by design you’re looking at, it’s radiation burns. No need to worry, the throngs don’t care. Give me your best and final by 5:00 pm and don’t insult the seller by any price less than 110% of ask.

    There are no buyers “warded” off. They can’t find any inventory and they don’t have a choice but to rent OR they’re waiting and hoping some inventory’s available a year from now. I can show you a dozen mega condo/apartment rentals being built within minutes of each other. Acres of land are being plowed out and stacked with hundreds of rentals. It’s a glorious time for North Jersey tax revenues, they’re swimming in money.

    You own a house north of I-195? You’re sitting on gold.

  4. grim says:

    Talking with an interesting company about scaling up their data team to help accelerate LLM models – way more data, way more current data.

    They have a target to hire more than 10,000 people around the world to do nothing but curate data to feed in to language models.

    Y’all ain’t seen nothing yet.

  5. Libturd says:

    But where’s the intelligence?

    I absolutely admire a well designed product. I’ve seen Alexa do a few tricks that were quite impressive even, but too few and far in between. Even simple things like setting favorites on your Apple TV based on your viewing habits.

    Here’s an example. I connect my iPhone to my auto through an aux cable for a number of reasons, even though the stereo has bluetooth. My routine, every time I get into the car, is to turn on the car stereo, plug in the aux and charger cable, launch Waze, enter in my destination (mainly to avoid cops and traffic), launch Sirius or Spotify (son’s account), pick a channel or playlist, set audio to output to headphone instead of the default bluetooth, switch back to Waze. I’ve probably done this no less than 5,000 times. You would think there would be an easy way to record a macro by now, but better yet, the iPhone should learn your repeated behaviors.

    Your coffeemaker should ask you if it times to start brewing in the morning. Your refrigerator should tell you when it’s time to replace a spoiled item or buy more eggs or milk. it’s really endless. Yet AI to the world seems to be only about content generation.

    I am truly miffed. It’s cool and I see the need sort of. But I wonder how much I’ll miss being able to judge ones intelligence by their ability or inability to form an original thought on their own. The sci-fi guy inside of me sees the potential gains in language translation or the brain inside of a robot gaining the ability to find answers. But is it artificially learning? Nah. It’s just using a search engine. When AI can figure out you were talking about a percussion instrument and not a chicken leg when searching for drumsticks, I’ll be impressed.

  6. Bob says:

    Bobby like ice cream. Bobby want a drumstick.

    PS Cathie Woods is a genius, WFH is for lazy workers destined to be laid off, and DNA to the moon with diamond hands!

  7. Trick says:


    I installed an alpine head unit in my car that has Android auto, when I get in it automatically connects, opens wave, and starts play pandora. Only thing I do is hit the saved destination or tell it when I want to go. It also has apply carplay for Iphone users.

  8. Fast Eddie says:

    Isn’t easier just to have an XM subscription and be done with it? Pick a mood and you’re there within seconds.

  9. Boomer Remover says:

    Lib, that stuff isn’t far off, if not here already: Samsung and LG have fridges with internal cameras that alert you when food is low.

    “The new LG fridge also uses computer vision and AI for real-time inventory of what’s inside. Based on that inventory, the LG fridge will make meal suggestions and alert homeowners when they are running low on particular items. “

  10. Juice Box says:

    Re: “hire more than 10,000 people around the world”

    Yeah at what a buck and hour?

  11. Juice Box says:

    I already have a robotic coffee maker and robotic vacuum and robotic cleaning device — it’s called the wife.

  12. Juice Box says:

    Oh Happy St Patrick’s day Mickey and Paddy and will ye try not to be a cunt at the pub this evening.

  13. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Smartest thing you ever said…. ice cream for Bobby!

    Bob says:
    March 17, 2023 at 8:40 am
    Bobby like ice cream. Bobby want a drumstick.

    PS Cathie Woods is a genius, WFH is for lazy workers destined to be laid off, and DNA to the moon with diamond hands!

  14. 3b says:

    Happy St. Patrick’s Day Juice and the board.

  15. Juice Box says:

    Bit more news on the Microsoft Beta for AI now called Microsoft 365 Copilot.

    Looks like attending actual Teams meetings will be a thing of the past. More time for you to mosey around your abode in your underwear or binge watch Netflix.

    “Microsoft Office is no longer flying solo.

    Just about a month after announcing the newest version of Bing with AI, Microsoft announced Thursday (March 16) that it is bringing an AI-assisted chatbot called Microsoft 365 Copilot to its office tools: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams.

    If you’re late to the video meeting, you can ask the chatbot to catch you up on what was said in the meeting, and it will generate a response summing it up. You could also ask Copilot to rate how the meeting went. The chatbot can also create a first draft of a PowerPoint, and can pull information from documents you drop into the interface. There are also options to draft text that is “fun” or “minimal,” among other styles.”

    The chatbot “will fundamentally change the way we work and unlock a new wave of productivity growth,” said Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, in a statement.

    The AI-powered assistant is built on OpenAI’s technology, a large language model, combined with Microsoft’s apps that contain vast amounts of information on its users.”
    Microsoft said Copilot is currently in test mode and that it will preview the product more broadly in coming months.”

  16. Hold my beer says:

    We were at a seafood restaurant last month and the food was brought to the table by a robot. First time I’ve seen that.

  17. leftwing says:

    LOL, worth the four minute watch. This Senator for President, please.

  18. NJCoast says:

    Erin go Bragh!

  19. The Great Pumpkin says:

    I invest in the change…can’t beat them, join them.

    But let’s be serious….idiocracy is coming. The more you rely on machines to think for you, the less exercise your brain gets.

    “The chatbot “will fundamentally change the way we work and unlock a new wave of productivity growth,” said Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, in a statement.”

  20. Juice Box says:

    LEft – Great clip, and a great line of quesitons from that Senator from Oklahoma.

    Poor Yellen she did not want to bail out the SVB banks but sleepy Joe made her do it. I hope she turns into Dark Yellen before her time is up.

  21. ExEx says:

    St Patrick’s Day probably the stupidest holiday known to man.

  22. grim says:



    Jesus Gates, you could have finally redeemed Clippy. This is everything that Clippy aspired to be. CoPilot? Come on. Give the paperclip a brain!

  23. Juice Box says:

    Just so everyone knows you too can be Irish today. You get a pass, because today’s parade is about prejudice.

    The 18th and 19th century Irish Americans in New York decided to fight prejudice by throwing loud and ostentatious parties and a parade.

    For the History Buffs.

  24. Juice Box says:

    Yeah I don’t dig the name either, they are afraid like Google is to give it a human name.

  25. Juice Box says:

    Ex – I have marched up 5th avenue many many times carrying the banner which celebrates the founding of the US Navy by an Irishman named Commodore John Barry. He is from a tiny village near where my father was born in Wexford Ireland.

    The Parade may not be to your liking as well as others. Many times while marching up 5th Avenue near Central Park the rich people even today tell their doormen to shoo away spectators from the public sidewalks in front of their Million dollar apartments overlooking Central Park.

    Fuck them. We built this city. That is why the Parade grandstands where you need a ticket to sit are located there on the Central Park side of 5th avenue.

  26. 3b says:

    Juice: There are still the jokes and stereotypes, out there. Jimmy Kimmel, SNL skits etc Some groups still ok to make fun. Just saying. Anyhow, enjoy the day.

  27. Juice Box says:

    Grim if you want to have a little fun with ChatGPT ask it this.

    “Write me a horror story about a real estate purchase in Wayne New Jersey. Include elements of flooding, heat waves, ping pong and nosy neighbors.”

    It gets really dark if you ask it to write a few chapters. Mine even wrote basically the next Jigsaw movie script.

  28. Juice Box says:

    3b – Nobody has had more Presidents than the Irish that would be 23 of 45.

    Biden, Obama, Bush 1 &2, Regan, Carter, Ford, Nixon, Johnson, Kennedy, Truman, Wilson, Taft, Teddy Roosevelt, McKinley, Harrison, Cleveland, Arthur, Grant, Johnson, Buchanan,Polk, and Jackson all have Irish Heritage.

  29. Fast Eddie says:


    Nice clip. Interesting questions.

  30. Juice Box says:

    Who needs a human Financial Advisor? Just ask the FART-AI-CFFP (Financial Advisor Rad Tech) for stock picking advice.

    Stocks ChatGPT Says Will Make Me Rich in 10 Years.

    I summed it up for ya as there is allot of click bait advertising in the link below.
    Not bad picks… but reality bites..The methodology the ChatBot used is number of hedge funds holding these stocks.

    10. Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE:PG)
    9. Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ)
    8. NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA)
    7. Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.A)
    6. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)
    5. Visa Inc. (NYSE:V)
    4. Meta Platforms, Inc. (NASDAQ:META)
    3. Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL)
    2., Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN)
    1. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)

  31. Old realtor says:

    Beautiful weather for day drinking!

  32. Juice Box says:

    3b – Kimmel got away with allot of crap including black face in his past, but he is teflon. I don’t watch him as he does a very poor imitation of Johnny Carson.

  33. 3b says:

    La Fheile Padraig sona suit!

  34. Juice Box says:

    3B – That reminds me I have to ring my cousin Padraig in Ireland.

  35. grim says:

    I know the guys who are working with Morgan Stanley around the advisor bot implementation alongside OpenAI. Pretty sure they are staying far away from stock picking in that one.

  36. Juice Box says:

    Can’t be all that hard to program AI to make investments.

    1.Long/Short Equity Strategy
    2.Market Neutral Strategy
    3. Merger Arbitrage Strategy
    4. Convertible Arbitrage Strategy
    5. Capital Structure Arbitrage Strategy
    6.Fixed-Income Arbitrage Strategy
    7. Event-Driven Strategy
    8.Global Macro Strategy
    9. Short Only Strategy

    and number 10 my Favorite the Cramer Strategy

  37. 3b says:

    Juice: The jokes don’t bother me and the stereotypes, been listening to them for years, it’s just the hypocrisy. Some groups ok to joke about and stereotype , others not. It would really upset my Mother, the drunken Irish stereotypes the disgusting cards. She finally found a place to order get appropriate cards , with St . Patrick s Day blessings, so she could send them home to Ireland. We got Shamrock sprigs every year from family in Ireland. It was a special holiday for my parents and for us growing up, not the drunken mess of the stereotypes.

  38. 3b says:

    Juice, Duit, not suit, damn spell check. Speaking of the Irish language, I have a friend of mine, retired Math professor, Italian born parents, speaks Irish fluently!

  39. Phoenix says:

    Take it easy, fellas.

    Irish bones are so hard we need to use more than one drill bit to to put in a tibial plate.

    Use Uber, please.

  40. Juice Box says:

    3b – There is some shades of reality to the celebrations today as well.

    My brother is standing on 5th Ave right now chugging Guinness. He hasn’t gone into the parade in many years and is trying to relive perhaps the fun he had at the parade when he was in his 20s. His kids are in school and he took his wife. I would not join, this is the one day I don’t like to drink, that would include Sundays too.

    The are a bunch of crass jokes going around too in my large circle of cousins and friends. I am ok with the jokes I just make it a point to remind them of the real meaning of today, we celebrate to give a big FU to those who for centuries oppressed the Irish.

  41. Phoenix says:

    How you get rich, the same effs that give an average person crap just hand out cash to the wealthy:

    First Republic’s clients included Mark Zuckerberg, who was offered a 1.05 percent mortgage rate on a $5.95 million loan for his five-bedroom Palo Alto home in 2011.

    At the time, the average 30-year rate was 4.45 percent.

  42. trick says:

    Firing up the grill for the non-traditional corned beef cooking method. Sláinte

  43. 3b says:

    Juice: I don’t deny that at all, what I have an issue with is the stereotypes, there is a degree of truth perhaps to all stereotypes, but with the Irish it’s deemed as across the board, they are all drunks and fight. That’s not the case of course, but that’s how it’s portrayed. I know lots of Irish people who don’t drink, and never have. I also know a lot of people, from various backgrounds, no Irish connection at all, who are deeply involved with Irish culture, including traditional music, dance and the language. People from a Jewish, African American , Hispanic, and Indian backgrounds. All are welcome. That side is never shown of course. Anyhow, enjoy the day and what it really means, as you do well noted. I will as well.

  44. Chi says:

    Posted in wrong thread

    Chi on the NYSE floor says:
    March 17, 2023 at 10:22 am
    Booya boycott open houses

  45. Libturd says:

    Us Jews drink and fight too. We drink Concorde Grape wine and fight with salespeople. It’s a long-honored tradition.

  46. Juice Box says:

    3b -As far as stereotypes look no further than Hollywood. Scorsese spent twenty years developing the project Gangs of New York. He tried to portray what life was really like in NY and what happened in NY back then. Catholic vs Protestant fights and drinking was a real thing. The movie tried to portray the locals vs the immigrants as close as possible to what was occurring in 1850s-1860s, but the reality was it was going on for over 100 years at the time and was only exacerbated by the Civil War and the two million Irish immigrants who arrived here during the famine.

    The Bill the butcher character is based upon a guy born in Sussex County, N.J. The man who dispatched him in real life was a leading Tammany Hall Democrat Irish-born John Morrisey.

    Drinking and brawling back then was all real. By the later 1850s an astonishing 87 percent of New York’s unskilled labor force were Irish Immigrants. Bill the butcher thought he in real life drowning in a sea of Micks, well because he was.

  47. Phoenix says:

    The legal system, no matter where it operates, is effed up:

    The International Criminal court has today issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin over his barbaric invasion of Ukraine.

    The ICC accused Putin of being responsible for the war crimes his troops have committed in Ukraine.

  48. Juice Box says:

    Netherlands just moved up the list of who gets nuked first.

  49. Phoenix says:

    Americans have committed thousands of war crimes, no courts or PoPo for them.

    I learned all I need to know about the bias in a court system during my divorce.

    Also that economic war is real war- and sometimes the only remedy is violence.

    America likes economic war just as it does real war. Look at how America wants to steal TikTok from China, threatening them like a drug dealer to hand over proprietary information.

    Keep that up and you just might find yourself in a real one.

  50. Chi on the NYSE floor says:

    Ridgewood WASP’s would put classified help wanted ads in the Star Ledger with NINA to save space.

  51. Fabius Maximus says:

    This would be the weekend I would always bail out of Hoboken and go skiing. All my favorite bars packed to the doors with no room to move. Hard Pass.

    These days I take my kids to Pearl River for the parade. All the bands that walked in the NYC parade, show up for a rerun. Its a lot more laid back and the route spread out enough that it’s not that crowded.

  52. Chi on the NYSE floor says:


    Libturd says:
    March 17, 2023 at 11:24 am
    Us Jews drink and fight too. We drink Concorde Grape wine and fight with salespeople. It’s a long-honored tradition.

  53. ExEx says:

    11:33 that was a great film!

  54. ExEx says:

    Jews fight. Those of us who grew up being bullied learned to fight.

  55. Juice Box says:

    EX – You are in a class by yourself.

    Did you ever hear of Martin Levy the world champ?

  56. ExEx says:

    12:52 oy vey!!!!

  57. ExEx says:

    I can home one day after getting tossed around at school. Must have been 2nd grade?!
    Dad, who suffered similarly as a kid, went out and got me a punching bag. The kind on a stick that had a platform. He gave me some instruction and offered a couple of strategies. It worked. Always aim for the face, always get the first punch in. On bigger guys hit ’em in the solar plexus. That was it! I was off to the races. Put down a handful of assholes over the years. No regrets.

  58. leftwing says:

    Fuck me VNO…never expect to grab the bottom on a falling knife but seriously a 10% down day right after I step in…just went multiple rounds with your Levy boy above which was only the warmup to the main event which was tossing my skinny white Christian ass into the ring with a Tyson in his prime…been a while for this kind of loss, that ATH range I’ve been in recently is definitely a future event now…well, at least it’s all happening on a day when the entire world invites you to go out and get banged up…cheers, prosit, erin-go-braugh, whatever lol. See you guys later…

    chi, you on the floor? Kick some market maker in the balls for me lol….gonna assuage my wounds with my safe space data dive into college hockey…I’ll let you know our chessboard but as always just fucking win.

  59. Juice Box says:

    Charles Payne Breaks it down. We are getting up there possibly trillions more coming.

  60. leftwing says:

    ” Always aim for the face, always get the first punch in.”

    Always go for the nose…the amount of blood freaks people out and they usually pause to look down, or start hacking as it runs down their throat, either way super vulnerable for a second shot…and when you are sure to lose, particularly against more than one guy, always always go for the biggest dude…if you’re going to get your ass kicked anyway tag the biggest guy at least…

    Worst ass kicking of my life, three guys in high school, on top of me literally banging my head into the pavement gave me the runway that no one ever fucked with me again…not because I won, I was leveled, but because to open it up I launched on their guy who had six inches and at least 50lbs on me…swelled his nose, bloodied him up, and blackened his eye. I was seriously fucked up but no one remembered that, they just remembered I tagged *that* guy.

    BTW, it was over a $10 bet on a pool table in a bar I was too young to be in anyway…still have a dent in my scalp to this day lol. Good to be stupid and young I guess. And poor.

  61. ExEx says:

    1:19 oh the stories we could tell! So many good times :)
    Ol’ hockey players have no trouble with occasional fisticuffs!

  62. BRT says:

    Even when America gives up on a military war, they continue it forever with economic war.

  63. leftwing says:

    Ex, despite our political differences I think we would get along well…said it before, if I ever decide to subdivide the lake front lot I’ll let you know…

  64. ExEx says:

    1:47 awesome! I’m less a fan of Biden as his admin continues to drag.
    (No pun intended) I think we can all agree when it comes to the goblins in government we are better off on our own. Both parties give zero fux about us !

  65. Juice Box says:

    Essex and Left at their lake homes.

  66. Libturd says:

    Now THAT was funny Juice.

    Especially since I know what both of ’em really look like.

  67. ExEx says:


  68. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Holy chit…this is insane.

    Go to the day 1 thread and see AI go to work.

  69. leftwing says:

    Lol, good one! Don’t know Ex but from his self description yeah probably too accurate!

    Didn’t look at the ways Red can fuck up too busy losing money but to *not* make an at large bid is a five bank shot which I’m sure they’ll hit four… let’s go boys!!

  70. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Bitcoin 28k almost…

  71. The Great Pumpkin says:

    ETH stake currently paying 6.15%. Love to see it. On an appreciating asset. Lovely.

  72. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Nothing to do with my spouse. I would love to be able to liquidate my rental and buy VNO. This is getting stupid. 2.8 billion market cap. Give me a break. Makes zero sense. Last time price was this low was 2008. Hmm. Easy money.

  73. Juice Box says:

    Grim yup H4.

    What is + 251 Billion between friends?

  74. Juice Box says:

    For those not paying attention.

    You list your house for $500,000 but no takers. Someone comes along and offers you $350,000 and it’s the only offer and well will be forever.

    Government steps in and pays you $500,000 anyway, well because you are loved…..

    That sums up this bailout so far. There is no reason that that those folks did not even get a 1% haircut.

    We all should be outraged. I suspect this crap might even that Trump back in the running.

  75. Fabius Maximus says:
  76. OC1 says:

    “For those not paying attention….”

    No, that’s nothing like what it is.

    First off- SVB stockholders and bondholders are wiped out.
    That, in my view, is the most important thing- the people who really should have been watching things lose everything.

    Secondly, all the assets of SVB have been transfered to a brand new bank-the Deposit Insurance National Bank of Santa Clara. The new bank will unwind SVBs assets over time.

    Deposits in that new bank are now guaranteed by the FDIC up to $250,000. Deposits in excess are being backed by a special FDIC fund- called the Deposit Insurance Fund. Both the normal FDIC insurance and the special fund are funded by fees paid by the banking industry- not taxpayer money.

    It is quite possible that this whole mess will wind up costing the FDIC nothing or close to it- now that all the deposits are essentially FDIC insured, there is no reason for there to be a run on the new bank- it’s the safest bank on earth! So the FDIC will have time to slowly unwind the assets.

    I have no idea whether the decision to backstop or bailout the big depositers was the right thing to do (to stop contagion and other bank runs) or not- just explaining how the process will play out.

  77. Juice Box says:

    Fab entire truckload of horseshit, nobody in NYC will give enough fucks to go and protest or even riot that Trump paid off a stripper.

    Honestly I am dissapointed in the Federal prosecutors and FBI, no prosecutions for any foreign influence in our elections?

    It must be there was none… who wrote the most popular book about Putin buying Trump anyway? There were several and I want a refund..

  78. Fabius Maximus says:

    Can I have a Welfare Check on Eddie Ray (Nom). He was the last one in here touting a St Kitts passport.

  79. Fabius Maximus says:


    Cohen got three years, what should Co conspirator number one get?

    This is first up, lots more to follow. Are you saying he should walk on any charges?

  80. Juice Box says:

    OC1 – hate to disagree but you know me.

    No cost, yeah no cost, yeah no cost, keep repeating that while Grim posted the Fed’s H4. Cash for trash is already 251 Billion in 1 week.

  81. Juice Box says:

    FAB – I wanted him gone long ago. Can you say the same for the Biden family or are they Teflon? What does Hallie Biden the housewife know about Chinese energy needs anyway?

  82. Fabius Maximus says:


    At what point do you give up on the Hunter Hard On.

    Brian Krassenstein @krassenstein
    BREAKING: Fox News Host Geraldo Rivera just put out a statement saying that there has been NO evidence of Hunter Biden committing crimes (other than drug use).

    “Nothing remotely criminal has been uncovered. Put up or shut up,” he said.

    I would recommend that he fills in his coworkers who attack and defame Hunter non-stop, before Fox News is sued yet again.

  83. Fabius Maximus says:

    FDU and Princeton, busting Brackets everywhere!

    Go Jersey!

  84. OC1 says:


    But those are loans, right? (With an interest rate of 4.69% as of today).

  85. Juice Box says:

    Fab – Look I know you are pretty good at sticking your head up your ass, heck the occasional taste during your turd munches might even be appealing to some.

    There is a prosecutor or two on the case, millions in tax evasion and FARA law violations being stalled for years. The have not exonerated, and based on the long time line only political influence can keep even exoneration from happening.


    Keep munching away eventually you will get used to the taste.

  86. Fabius Maximus says:


    Nice to see you are keeping it classy as usual.

  87. Juice Box says:

    OC1 – Goldman cleaned out SVB and it was not at par. There is your contagion. I will repeat what I said earlier nobody will extend the VCs and the startups credit now. It’s all fucked anyway, they only kept it from happening this week.

    Next week you might be one of those folks pounding on the doors, it’s a bail in now.

    Hey if you don’t think so go long. It’s a free country.


  88. Juice Box says:

    FAB – just tired I apologize.

    Been a long week as I am transitioning.

    I just really really hate being the guy screaming fire in the theater.

  89. Fabius Maximus says:


    No problem, thanks for owning it.

  90. Juice Box says:

    Last time folks what could be sold was sold before any of us even got a whiff of trouble. What is left is trash.

    Billions turn to trillions quicker now than ever.

    I am not giving advise so fuck you if you take what I say as anything but conjectures.

  91. Phoenix says:

    She means beer. Yeah okay. Amazing what ladies can say and get away with, a man would be canned instantly, but it is kinda hot I must say:

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