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Stupid Guy Thing Day

We talk about it all the time how guys do stupid things. Now there's a holiday to celebrate that. Most of the funny home videos shown on TV show men/boys doing stupid things. Since today is Stupid Guy Thing Day make a list of all the things you've seen or heard guys do and share it with your...

Stupid Guy Thing Day

We talk about it all the time how guys do stupid things. Now there's a holiday to celebrate that. Most of the funny home videos shown on TV show men/boys doing stupid things. Since today is Stupid Guy Thing Day make a list of all the things you've seen or heard guys do and share it with your friends.
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