dude, your fly’s down
not skinny enough for women’s jeans quite yet, jonah.
baby steps Jonah. Skinny jeans was a bad choice.
maybe I’m getting old and out of touch with hip fashions of today’s youth…but “skinny jeans” looks an awful lot like “sweaty chafing nuts” to me.
Do kids today not have the massive junk package that us old timers are lugging around?
Bristol Palin told me it’s a method of birth control.
Skinny jeans are always a bad choice unless you are a homosexual.
For all you “hipsters” out there, everyone except you and your kind see your skinny jeans and immediately assume you’re gay. Ask around if you don’t believe me.
Ugh. Fat hipsters wearing skinny jeans. I own one pair of skinny jeans, and I only bust those out in case of an emergency. And I have an excuse, because I have a size 30 waist and am ACTUALLY A FAG.
Ok, now he just looks like he’s dying.
Wow he looks really scary now.
Promoting his new flick, “From Fat to Frightening”
You know what’s less funny than a fat guy who gets fatter? A fat guy who looks like he got aids and is now dying.
Until, eventually, Jonahs legs lifted off the ground and he just floated away.
Slowly realizing that “funny-fat” used to get him more pussy than “fuck-ugly”.
his upper body to lower body ratio is still fucked up
Did weight loss turned him gay?
More pics of “White Al” Roker? Unfortunately this is an example of when someone makes a healthy life decision and the rest of us say, “What disease did he catch?”
Get Him To The Greek restaurant, Jonah could use a few Gyros.
Fire your stylist. Skinny jeans are only for girls and Pete Wentz.
That’s the biggest damned Quail I’ve ever seen!
As an evil entrepreneur, Gru is always willing to help promote Fox.
It’s like he was caught in mid-body morph in the Michael Jackson “Black or White” video.
he is too plain looking. at least when he was fat he was not expected to be handsome. I doubt he has any prospect of career in Hollywood
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Jonah Hill at the Fox All Star Party 2011 in Malibu. (August 5, 2011)