Crack Kills


Reader Chris was on a cellphone safari when he peeped this.

I wanted to get closer, but was afraid of crossing the event horizon and falling in.


6 Responses to “Crack Kills”

  1. binky says:

    onward towards the great abyss!

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    One man’s abyss is another man’s bliss. Just sayin’

    My biggest ass crack gripe is when its weaving slowly on a bike in front of me just to be double-annoying.

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