Beauty And The Beast Hits Billion Dollar Box Office As Hater Screams About Disney’s “Bestiality” [AUDIO]

Collider reports:

Disney’s live-action musical remake of Beauty and the Beast is a box office smash, and it’s officially crossed the ultimate benchmark for studio tentpoles — $1 billion at the worldwide box office. Bill Condon‘s spin on the beloved Disney animated classic joins the billion dollar club less than a month of landing in US theaters on March 17.

The studio sent out a press release announcing its accomplishment, which pointed out that not only had the film become 2017’s first film to cross $1 billion and is now the highest grossing film of the year, it’s also the highest-grossing live-action musical of all time.

While the film’s success was expected, now the question becomes how high can it go? It’s currently ranked #29 on the all-time worldwide box office list, and while April has The Fate of the Furious on the way, it’s still a relatively slow month so Beauty and the Beast should have some room to grow until the summer movie season begins.

Via Right Wing Watch comes this typically unhinged screeching from Pastor Kevin “Kill The Gays” Swanson:

Rabidly anti-LGBTQ pastor Kevin Swanson railed against the current remake of “Beauty and The Beast,” not only for featuring a gay character but also for supposedly promoting “inter-species breeding.” Swanson said that the movie was an “insidious” effort to “homosexualize the next generation of eight and ten-year-old kids” and ensure that they are “indoctrinated into the homosexual lifestyle.”

“Christians, I don’t believe, can allow for this,” Swanson stated. “Humans are made in the image of God. Humans are assigned a spouse which happens to be a member of the opposite sex. Friends, God’s law forbids it. Christians should not allow for this, man. We cannot allow for humans to interbreed with other species. It’s just wrong, wrong, wrong. It’s confusion, it’s unnatural.

    • JCF

      Can I kindly ask gay people (women) to (charitably) fuck me?

      [But seriously, your comment should be directed at Christianists.]

      • Didn’t make it and have had it at least a few years.

      • Also well, you can try.

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  • TK
    • narutomania
      • another_steve

        My sister (a serial breeder) tells me they hardly teach cursive in elementary school these days.

        • thatotherjean

          Good lord, that’s stupid! That will cut those students off from several hundred years of history, since so much was hand-written. Imagine not being able to read letters written by your great-grandparents, because you never learned cursive. Or search historical documents without learning to read cursive writing first? Stupid!

          • another_steve

            Oh Jean, thank you. Thank you so much for understanding.

            We of a certain age had aunts who wrote letters to us in the exquisite cursive styles that were taught in the 1930s and 40s. My husband and I have a box-full of them.

            Works of art, each and every one of them.

          • Librarykid

            A professor who wrote a book about Wyatt Earp (urp) told us that her young researchers were totally useless when it came to reading archival records and letters written in cursive.

    • Bob Conti

      I have an aunt who I’d love to send that to…

    • JCF


  • HZ81

    Wow, that boycott really worked, Jesus people.

  • TexasBoy

    Since we no longer have tax supported asylums, we make crazy people tax free and let the public send them $$

      • safari

        I’m still torn over that policy decision. The hospitals weren’t exactly working humanely or well funded in that era and psychiatric drugs came online. But, I worry that prisons are now the new hospitals because some people do need daily assistance.

        • I’m going with the intent of helping, as you say they are just put on the street now until they hurt someone else and are sent to prisons where they remain largely untreated.

  • HZ81

    Also, it’s your job to parent the poor 7-year-old forced to have you as a parent, asshole.

  • PickyPecker
  • Ben in Oakland

    But reverend Swanson– if interbreeding between species is so horrible, how can you explain Trumpanzees? Or your self, thou son of a swan?

  • penpal

    Get this guy a dick to suck, FAST.

    • Ben in Oakland

      you first? Or anyone? But not me. I’m not letting that mouth anywhere near me or my precious junk. You don’t know where it’s been.

  • safari

    Humans are assigned a spouse


    • Bluto

      Those moist, parted lips are beckoning me.

  • Todd20036

    1) This was not a new story.
    2) The animated version a decade ago was the same DAMNED story
    3) No one was bitching about the “bestiality” but was complaining about 2 seconds of 2 guys dancing
    4) The little mermaid? The Lady and the Tramp? They are cartoons!
    5) It’s made a billion dollars. So feel free to boycott it. That’s like trying to empty the ocean with a bucket.

  • Boreal
  • Chucktech

    Dude, you’re one big fat jesus rimming god addled closet ‘mo, aren’t you?

  • james1200
  • Ninja0980

    So what is in Swanson’s closet?
    A rent boy, a call girl or an under aged child?

    • Gustav2


    • Chucktech

      Oh, come on, now, you KNOW it’s not a female ANYthing…

    • Chicago joe
    • Homo Erectus

      All of the above?

      • 2guysnamedjoe

        Yep, plus a case of motor oil.

        • coram nobis

          10-40W SAE.

    • clay

      Wanna bet he lives in a state that doesn’t outlaw bestiality?

      • Silver Badger

        He is one of Colorado’s own. I don’t think we allow beastiality, but who knows what goes on in Colorado Springs?

        • Robincho

          For every Silverheels there’s a Swanson, sadly…

    • Cuberly

      A clydesdale and a step ladder apparently.

  • Michael McReavy

    I had to look up who this guy is. I see from Wikipedia that he ran for governor of Colorado back in 1994 and got 3.62% of the vote. Talk about an obscure figure! Perhaps best ignored.

    • Chucktech

      Losers for jeezis…

  • BobSF_94117

    I’ll take the fact that they suddenly noticed the bestiality angle as proof Swanson lurks online here at JMG.

    • Chucktech

      You mean, after he’s finished… um… lurking at

      • TampaDink

        Who can ever really be finished lurking there, with new content added so frequently?

        • Chucktech

          One could be finished lurking there for… a while…

          • TampaDink

            True….but so often…after we are finished we somehow manage to start again.

    • Uncle Mark

      I know a ton of folks (Christians included) married to a big dumb ox. Why does this suddenly offend Swanson? At least this one can dance, enjoys music, and is well off financially.

  • Lazycrockett

    I thought the fucking a buffalo was okay with these folks?

    • safari

      They read our sites and decided that they are now offended.

      • Lazycrockett

        I swear everyday its something else with these people.

  • Cuberly

    “We cannot allow for humans to interbreed with other species.”

    …but kiddie fucking and grifting? That’s a completely different story.

  • Richard B

    Kevin Swanson is mentally ill and obsessed with human sexuality.
    He is no different than the deranged religious lunatics on urban street corners shaking their fists at the sky screaming “THE END OF THE WORLD IS NEAR”
    Why anyone pays attention to these whack jobs should look at Ronald Reagan and the republicans that let them into their party.

  • Lars Littlefield

    If Swanson really got to know my dear pet goat, Sheila, he would not be so incensed.

  • b

    They just want power, that’s why they target popular movies.

    I saw a porn in school where a woman got raped by a really 400 pound pig, and another where Divine gets raped by a giant lobster.

    • 2guysnamedjoe

      Ooh, everyone knows what Leviticus says about lobsters.

  • Homo Erectus

    The christians must be staying away from the theaters in droves!

    • TampaDink

      Just the drive-ins.

  • blackstar

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    • The_Wretched

      Just hope Comey has stocked up on wooden stakes.

  • TampaDink

    O/T: Not that we needed any additional reasons to dislike Furor Junior…

    Donald Trump Jr. mocked the struggles of LGBT students on Twitter
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    • Lars Littlefield


    • thatotherjean

      Nasty little toad, he is. Takes after his father.

      • TampaDink

        Seems that all of the ones from traditional marriage #1 take after daddy whore bucks.

  • Lawerence Collins

    Before it was the gay scene. Now it’s this. Are
    they going to, go after old Disney movies?

    • Lars Littlefield

      They’ve been doing it for years. Stock in Disney, which was something almost every devout Mormon of means had in the family portfolio, became a liability when it as discovered Gay Days was a thing supported and approved of at Disneyland as far back as the1970s. Little Mormon house wives sit at their weekly Relief Society meetings sewing birth quilts for all the young pregnant wives and chatter on and on how horrible Disney has become. Oh, it’s a terrbul, terrbul world. :-0

    • Cuberly

      Bugs Bunny in drag is next on their “protect the kiddies” hit list.

  • another_steve

    I have a love/hate relationship with my Maine Coon.

    Does that count as bestiality?

    • safari

      No. But she may be the dom in the relationship.

      • another_steve


        (You know me. 😉

        • safari

          Will you post her pic again?

          • another_steve

            Will a Yiddisha bubbe post a picture of her grandchild?

            (Pic re-posted elsewhere in this thread.)

    • Ben in Oakland

      My beautiful missy, gone now 6 years. She was part Maine coon, and the best cat in the world.

      • safari

        She’s gorgeous. So regal.

        • Ben in Oakland

          Funny you should write that. Also from my elegy for her.

          As I wrote before, Missy, as a person and a personality, was as close to a human being as she could get. She was still a cat, just a complicated one with a sense of humor, thoughts, and opinions. She knew who she was without a doubt. One of my favorite memories of her was during a dinner party we had. There were perhaps ten people there. Missy made her entrance, tail aloft, as if the Queen had deigned to sing, “What do the simple folk do?” She would settle herself on a lap, and allow herself to be petted, but just for a few minutes, before getting up and continuing to the next person, and so on around the room. It was very much a Royal Progress.

      • Joe in PA

        Beautiful. Love those eyes.

        • Ben in Oakland

          Those eyes were the thing. I posted a short part of what i wrote about her after she passed above. A lot of people have commented on her eyes.

      • yes b’y

        she is beautiful

        • Ben in Oakland


      • Derrick Johns

        beautiful picture, Ben. How much money did you have to pay to get her to pose.

        • Ben in Oakland

          When she wanted something she would just look at you. And by look, I mean stare at you with all her might and just WILL you to do it. It was a good opportunity to grab a photo.

          • Derrick Johns

            That photo is beautiful.

          • Ben in Oakland

            Thanks. It helps to have been a professional photographer for 30 years. But she was also naturally beautiful.

      • M Jackson

        Beauty in this beast.

        • Ben in Oakland

          She was so very special. thanks.

      • another_steve

        Gorgeous, Ben. Just gorgeous.

        The eyes.

        • Ben in Oakland

          You got it exactly. When I wrote her elegy, that picture was at the top of the page. Here are the last few paragraphs.

          Joe has a portrait of her that I did some years ago, which hangs in his apartment, and which you see at the top of this page. He has said often that she presides over his living room. And when you look at this portrait, there is something so lively, arresting, and aware in her eyes. I would be willing to call it RECOGNITION, if such could be found in a cat. When you look at Missy, whether alive or portrayed, you know that there is SOMEONE there, a SOMEONE who is looking right back at you.

          This was our beautiful brave, clever, quick, occasionally deadly, and always absolutely fabulous Missy.

          She was The Best Cat in the World, and I still miss her terribly.

          • another_steve

            Lovely, Ben. Cats are very perceptive. They definitely possess the power of “recognition.”

            Now you must admire my baby. My Maine Coon baby.

            Look at her long and luxurious hair.

            Imagine all the hairball vomit in my household.


          • Ben in Oakland

            She has that missy look to her. As for that other problem, see if you can get a copy of Martha Stewarts’ “decorating with hair balls”. There so much you can do with them as long as you have imagination and some glitter.

    • M Jackson
  • MonochromeMouse

    You know what else is unnatural? Religion. You don’t see animals in the wild building churches and forcing other animals to accommodate the made up bullshit stories they came up with after eating a bunch of hallucinogenic plants.

    • Austin Bennett

      That would be amazing though!

    • M Jackson

      I loved that in “Watership Down”.
      Still didn’t want to fuck a rabbit though.

  • Len Ricci

    It’s a freakin Cartoon made into a MOVIE you dumbass… get a life you loser!

    • Homo Erectus

      Where was the outrage when the little Mermaid married a human fer chrissake?

    • M Jackson

      It makes him think about fucking a beast and he can’t make it stop.

  • LovesIrony

    your father was an ass and your mother a cow

  • Uncle Mark

    Well, THANK GOD at least the dancing china matched, else these RWNJ would really have their panties in a bunch.

  • “We cannot allow for humans to interbreed with other species.”

    For where the original tale came from you have to go back to 1740:

    • Hue-Man

      If Earth weren’t 6,000 years old, humans were busy interbreeding with other species long ago – Neanderthals, etc.

    • octobercountry

      Whoops, I just said the same thing before I read your comment!

  • safari

    O/T: The federal hiring freeze has been lifted …except at the State Department.

    • thatotherjean

      Sigh. Of course it’s still on where we need it most. Damn Trump and everybody associated with him.

  • ByronK

    Is there no limit to the stupid with this crap? To flip it back at them, “It’s just wrong, wrong, wrong. It’s confusion, it’s unnatural.”

  • LovesIrony

    raphel cruz’s attendance at your hate rally will drag him down

  • Crow on a Top Hat

    We cannot allow for humans to interbreed with other species.

    Uh…that’s mythology not biology unless your talking neanderthals which I doubt cause they tend to deny evolution.

    • safari

      I’d sleep with a neanderthal at least once, just to know what it’s like.

      • Tor

        May I give you my number?

    • kevin vincent

      He seriously thinks species can interbreed?

      • Tor

        Horse + donkey = mule.

        Not sure if, by scientific definition horses and donkeys are different species. I just love to spout off.

        • They are — to the degree that they have different numbers of chromosomes, which is why the offspring is sterile. A mule is the offspring of a jack donkey and a mare (i.e. donkey + horse = mule) while of a stallion and a jenny donkey (horse + donkey) is a hinny.
          Which may seem trivial, but as the offspring largely inherit their bodies from their dam and their, um, personalities from their sire, it matters which way the cross is made.

          The rule that hybrids are sterile to a greater or lesser degree also applies to hybrid plants, which are much more common than among animals, and indeed one of the tests of a pure species is that it is fully fertile**.

          While the conventional wisdom among botanists holds that it doesn’t matter which way a hybrid cross is made, plant breeders know that this is not always so, and it is customary to make the cross both ways; and “the seed parent gives the plant and the pollen parent the flower” has long been a rule of thumb among rose breeders.

          ** Fully fertile: What does that say about inter-racial marriages among humans, BTW? Or
          indeed about the fable of Beauty and the Beast? Is the Beast a
          non-human, or is he — which is the point of the original story — a
          perfectly normal human some of whose external, superficial
          characteristics have been magically altered?

          • Tor

            Very interesting. Thank you for the info. I did know know that the direction of breeding made a difference. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a hinny – does that mean they are less useful as work animals, so not bred as often?

  • Austin Bennett

    He does know that the Beast is actually a Prince under a spell, right?

    Or is that spoiling it for him?

    • edrex

      or…he does know that the beast is a fictional creation and does not represent an actual species, right?(although to be fair, if he was real i’d probably do him.)

    • Silver Badger


      • Jeffg166

        And other assorted crackpot occult beliefs.

  • it always amuses me that the far right hates Disney so much, and can do so little about the fact that 1 billion children around the world force their parents to buy Disney products. srsly, try to tell a child that she can’t watch a Disney movie. wow, that will be the worst day you’ve ever had, babysitting.

    • ByronK

      While it has also spent decades peddling and commercializing some of the worst stereotypes that the right claims are “traditional values”. It’s the Blackwater of childhood. The means are a way to the $.

      • sure, you’re not wrong. but you know, it’s really hard to get kids not to like what their friends like. super hard, in fact. i think it’s possible to explain what makes a lot of Disney product wrong to a child, but you have to be patient. it may actually be a good teaching tool. “why is this character they way he is? what does he represent?”

        but you know, kids are kids. being rational is not a thing for most of them. and babysitting is tiring. if i could get my n&n to watch high quality film, i would, but they aren’t ready for that yet.

        • ByronK

          I have a friend who instituted a Disney ban for her children. It went quite well.

    • kevin vincent

      YEAj take a little girl away from her princesses she’ll go Mulan on your ass. Or better yet stop betting against the mouse

  • Lazycrockett

    Cant wait for Drumpf to make her an honorary USA citizen.

    • Hue-Man

      She’s only the 6th. Raoul Wallenberg, Nelson Mandela, Dalai Lama, Aung San Suu Kyi, Aga Khan.

    • Tor

      I hope it give her an authentic, legal Canadian passport.

      • Nasty Girl Brianna

        They’re not. It’s strictly ceremonial. She might get a nice plaque or something.

        • Tor


  • justme

    God’s earthly representatives seem to be the problem..

  • liondon#iamnotatraitor

    What a closet case.

  • M Jackson

    He is literally the only person in the world who thinks that the danger of inter-species breeding due to Disney movies is A Thing.

    As a child I wanted to breed with James West or Jeremy Bolt, not Thumper or Flower.

    • Sissy Spacedout

      Infinite diversity in infinite combinations.

      That person might have wanted to mate with Flower, but for the “Good Book” he might have…

    • Tor

      You’d make a lousy furry.

      • M Jackson

        Okay, those people freak me out. Furries and Mensans freak me out.

  • jimbo65

    Humans are “assigned a spouse” Wtf? Like in arranged marriages? I can’t believe people actually listens to this idiot

    • Tor

      Calvinist. Everything is pre-determined. Why bother to have a world or life at all?

  • Sissy Spacedout

    If god’s law really did forbid something, then that something wouldn’t exist.

    If a god forbids something that does exist, then it’s likely that that god is the thing that doesn’t.

    • Natty Enquirer

      Sorry, wrong god. Swanson’s god is a bored sadist who puts forbidden things in the world, makes them really desirable, and then dares his other creations to break the rules.

      • safari

        And promises that if you resist his temptations, you get to praise him for all eternity as he tempts others. That’s a long time.

        • Tor

          An eternity of purity is very boring indeed.

      • coram nobis

        The Grape that can with Logic absolute
        The Two-and-Seventy jarring Sects confute:
        The sovereign Alchemist that in a trice
        Life’s leaden metal into Gold transmute:
        * * *
        Why, be this Juice the growth of God, who dare
        Blaspheme the twisted tendril as a Snare?
        A Blessing, we should use it, should we not?
        And if a Curse–why, then, Who set it there?

        — Rubayiat of Omar Khayyam

        • …..freely adapted by Edward Fitzgerald.

      • Tor

        It only takes about a half hour (in my memory) to read the Book of Genesis. It explains all – all about the ineptitude of a god who could not get his “creation” right, and had to keep destroying it, just to fail again.

  • Natty Enquirer

    Just another attention-seeking jackass of a pastor.

  • octobercountry

    Eye-roll…. sigh… If this fellow wants to complain about the bestiality aspect of this story, he’s a bit late. The original story is over 250 years old; dates back to 1740.

    • TJay229

      Shhh…there you go, ruining his foolish faux outrage with Facts, Dammit I was enjoying his sadness.

  • Hank

    When I was in Sicily, last week I saw 2 different movie theaters playing “La Belle e La Bestia”. Would have seen it, but it was dubbed in Italian!

    • Reality.Bites

      In French and Italian, beast is a female-gendered word. So basically, Belle’s a lesbian. :p

  • thatotherjean

    I was wondering when somebody would get around to realizing that Belle was falling in love with a kinda, sorta, man-buffalo, and he with her. They were too busy screaming about the unrequited gay love scene to notice. But now that they did, they can’t be having that, either. Disney is depraved (just what did they think that “Beauty and the Beast” was about, anyway?)!

    • Ben in Oakland

      The trumps?

    • Guest

      You would think that they would be screaming about the asexual positivity in the story rather than the gay one-off or the apparent, but not actual, beastiality.

  • barrixines

    Apparently the goats are on the left

  • Grant Low

    Do they react this negatively to all 260 year old fairy tales? Or perhaps like me they consider Cocteau’s version definitive?

    • Reality.Bites

      No, they react quite positively to Pat Robertson.

  • sword

    The Disney Corp will be quite willing to sell the rights to the new B&B to the Xtians…for a small profit…Maybe $10 billion or so. So all you mega-churches…demand that your members each drop a couple of thousand dollars into the collection plate this coming Easter Sunday!

  • bmoore4026

    Live action Beast is no way near as hot as animated Beast.

    Even those of us who aren’t furries want Beast (and also Fox Robin Hood and Bear Little John). But those are the exceptions.

  • JCF
  • Dave F.

    “Humans are made in the image of God.” Didn’t realize that God was a homophobic ass wipe that’s never been laid and spends hours masturbating to gay porn on the Internet.

  • Consul51

    I think Pastor Kevin Swanson is mad that he cannot mate with a goat or a sheep. I mean who want to have sex with that reject. I am sure he would site the Bible with every thrust just so he could justify having sex. I wonder if his wife is so prudish person like him that this must be the reason they do it in the dark.

  • Skokieguy [Larry]
    • Tor

      Yay!!! Goatfucking is still legal in my homestate! It should be a rodeo event.

  • Phaius

    You know, if being a gay was such a fabulous thing to become, and “our indoctrination” worked, you’d expect there to be WAY more of us than there are… like so many more of us that people only have sex with the opposite gender just to have kids

  • BudClark

    Speaking of breeding, his mother should have spat, or swallowed.

    • Ben in Oakland

      Or wiped.

    • Or had a headache.

  • Tor

    You know, when people preach against particular things, chances are, they are doing it themselves. The louder they scream, the farther they fall.

    I worry about his dalmatian.

  • Nic Peterson

    Sweet FSM, what is with these people and the inter species stuff? The cartoon version featured the same thing and a lothario candle stick that seemed to have a thing for the feather duster. Will gawds gentle people need to draw another line because the accessories start banging the cleaning supplies in a fairy tale? How does this screeching lunatic make any money at all?

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  • Nasty Girl Brianna

    And what about all the talking animals at Disney, huh? Won’t anybody think of the children? Disney is promoting talking animals with their radical talking animal agenda! Animals don’t talk. It’s wrong, it’s abhorrent, and it’s an affront to God Himself! We cannot allow talking animals! Christians will not stand for this! We will boycott Disney just like all the other times we boycotted Disney! Any day now they’ll go bankrupt. Any day now…

  • Edmund Allin

    And here I thought part of this was a trifle overblown:

    • -M-

      That seemed more like lighthearted fun four years ago.

  • -M-

    Assigned a spouse??

    And please world have the sense to laugh a grown man who doesn’t understand the Beauty and the Beast fairytale.

  • greenmanTN

    I’m trying to.imagine actually caring what other people do in their bedrooms.

    Nope. Still not feeling it.

  • Rex

    Nitwit doesn’t know the difference between reality and fantasy.