Gyno and flabby middle. Not remotely hot. I really can't understand DL and its fattie obsession.
R1, go fuck yourself, you 98 lb. anorexia victim.
R1: as usual, trying too hard.
Right. And he probably looks a skeletal hot mess, to boot.
Hmm. Moobs going south..
Does Little House still come on?
Um, people, he's dead, please.
Oy, I can't unsee that.
How bizaare is it to have Pa sweaty and half naked and sexy as all get out...but in a scene about the death of the family pet?
What were they thinking?
And Landon rarely went shirtless in his TV shows.
He must have quite the shitbro.
Nasty bitch tits and an inner tube around him you could use on a semi.
What is with the love of fat men here? I mean, it's okay, but those of us who are sane and have self-respect really get tired of being tolerant for the fatty freaks creaming themselves over these lard-ass creeps (even the dead ones, like Landon).
"Little Joe" was a joke, like "Little John" in Robin Hood.
He definitely does have gyno in that clip. I love gyno on a hot, fit guy, though - I would have sucked those tender, aching nips for days.
Fuck off and die R11 with your tastelessness. I'll bet you look thisclose to death.
His gay son, Christopher, is definitely not flabby!
He and his son are surprisingly hairless for Jews.
Grow up, R20. A good body is relative. A hot bod can be someone who looks like a REAL man (Landon) or a bunch of over-pumped 'roid heads like you posted.
Personally, Landon looks more attractive to me than those pumped-up queens in R20.
OMG, thanks for the warning, OP. Now I'm all upset because of that scene! You heartless bastard. I didn't want to watch a pet death scene.
[quote]He and his son are surprisingly hairless for Jews.
Landon's father was Jewish. His mother was Irish Catholic. Landon's gay son is only 1/4 Jewish and his name is Christopher, which means "carrier of Christ," a name Jewish people rarely choose for their sons.
Pa, get over here an' make a woman of me, you bare-chested ol' beast. Ma'll be home soon and we'll need enough time to fix ourselves proper 'fore she walks through the door. C'mon, Pa! My musky treasures won't plunder 'emselves!
Pa, get your hunky body over here and rip off my little blouse on the prairie!!
Do me doggy-style before I turn cold and stiff, Pa.
Uhh... duuh... Gee Pa, is it mah turn next? I don't have mah full lady-parts like Laura and Mary do, so I ain't shore what I gots to do...
I bet Melissa's "Little House" was quite engorged during that scene.
I think he waxed.
Clearly Chris inherited his schlong size from dad.
Mother's always pointing out that Charles Ingalls can't even afford to pay what he owes in the store. Perhaps it's time he learns that there are other ways to pay off one's debts. Fun ways that don't involve the exchange of money...or the wearing of clothes!
Nellie dear, I hate to break it to you, but you were an asexual fag hag. Look at what you married. Little louse on the fairy, indeed. If anyone's juicy is primed to accept Charles's rather large manhood, it is I, dear.
What cracked me up about that show was how they tried to pass off California for Minnesota. No place in Minnesota remotely resembles the place where they filmed Little House on the Prairie.
Miss Beadle, regardless of what mother says about you, I don't think of you as the town mattress. And you're right; it's only fair that you get a crack at Mr. Ingalls' famously large manhood. His wife did try to kill you and take your job after all. Teaching Caroline a lesson is the least you could do (even if we all know teaching isn't your strong suit).
Nellie, dear, shouldn't you be at the sheriff's in Sleepy Eye bailing your husband out on yet another morals charge? My goodness, he sure does get around. Tell me, dear, is that restraining order barring him from coming within 500 feet of Andrew Garvey still in effect? I'll take care of Charles.
Lucky Half Pint burying her face on Pa's hot chest. Where is the hair?
Is that really chris landon????
Where has HE been hiding?
Are there more????
[quote]No place in Minnesota remotely resembles the place where they filmed Little House on the Prairie.
Actually, that's not true.
If you've ever been to the actual Southwestern part of Minnesta (where the actual Walnut grove and Mankato are), you'd see that it's much like the land in California where they filmed it, although there are probably more trees.