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Your Meme of the Week: Paula Deen Riding Things

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I have a confession to make. I think Paula Deen is mildly attractive.

I'm sorry to anyone who this hurts or offends. Maybe it's the white hair, the hearty laugh, the butter, the cheery eyes, the idea that she cooked in lingerie and heels back in the day, or maybe it's just an old-lady fetish.

That being said, Paula Deen Riding Things was a gift from God himself, coming last week after a picture was posted online of Deen licking things off the chest and riding on the back of Robert Irvine, from Dinner: Impossible. Lucky British son of a bitch. He probably didn't even appreciate it as much as I would...in most every way a man could.

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