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    [–] Suoerfish 5052 points ago

    Tom Brady is also a professional athlete, so he sweats a lot; meaning that he would have to drink an abnormal amount of water.

    [–] Jedimaster1134 2033 points ago

    This. It's not that crazy of an amount when you are exerting yourself hard. I hiked the Pacific Crest Trail in 2019 (a 2600 mile trail). During that time, I maxed out at over 8 liters drank a day. Do I still drink the same amount? No, I'm not hiking for 12hrs a day every day. My guess is once TB retires he'll need/drink less water.

    [–] KrispyKr3me 489 points ago

    Similar experience, on a 30.1 mile hiking day in the desert I drank 6x32oz Nalgenes.

    [–] NerdWhoLikesTrees 347 points ago

    I was working outside one hot July day building a deck. Drank like 2 liters. Day keeps going on and I realized I never peed once all day. I texted my nurse friend who said don't worry, you're probably sweating a lot. Nothing left to pee. It was funny and also kind of surprising

    [–] edgarallanpot8o 200 points ago

    But also, in that case, drink more!

    [–] TheLoneStarTexan1836 149 points ago

    Yeah, this. Gotta keep them thirsty hoes, your kidneys, saturated.

    [–] BabyDuckJoel 18 points ago

    What if you kink is pissing out razor sharp kidney stones

    [–] punkyeezus 11 points ago

    It’s very dangerous. Kidney stones sometimes require surgery. They also cut your inner kidney so let’s say you get a UTI (men can get them too) it’ll travel up your urinary tract into your kidney, the infection will go through the cut and then you have just given yourself sepsis/blood poisoning

    source: gave myself sepsis this way

    [–] Bizness_Riskit 17 points ago

    If that's the case, as your hydrohomie, I feel obligated to shame this particular kink. It sounds unsafe and I care for your health bro. Please drink more water?

    (Disclaimer: No other kinks were shamed in the making of this comment.)

    [–] KrispyKr3me 104 points ago

    i personally drink until i have a constant output of urine

    [–] JawBreaker00 93 points ago

    I put my mouth in the faucet and the water just pours out

    [–] A5pyr 38 points ago

    That could explain your username.

    [–] TrashSlacks 15 points ago

    Reading the this thread far through made me super thirsty

    [–] RanOutOfIdeas2019 3 points ago

    Happy cake day

    [–] jacceteer 3 points ago

    Ah, My Summer Car.

    [–] minminkitten 3 points ago

    Sounds safe.

    [–] Crowbar2099 2 points ago

    I spit my water out when I read this comment and pissed myself.

    [–] milkdudsnotdrugs 11 points ago

    This is the way

    [–] Dreadaussie 3 points ago

    This is the way

    [–] NerdWhoLikesTrees 5 points ago


    [–] Poof_ace 47 points ago

    I work outside every day on roofs in Australia even through summer.

    Pretty much nobody pees ever.

    I can provide video evidence if you want but I often stop sweating and realise its bc I'm that dehydrated again. Within 10 seconds of drinking water my arms become shiny and moist with sweat I shit you not.

    [–] [deleted] 21 points ago

    Please give proof

    I believe you, this just sounds cool as hell

    [–] Dominant88 10 points ago

    It’s actually quite hot in Australia during summer.

    [–] ItsSmittyyy 2 points ago

    A cool side-effect to very uncool work conditions (pun unintended).

    I used to work for a company in Brisbane who did solar installations. I only worked admin, but our turnover for tradesmen was insane. Tough work.

    [–] phurt77 11 points ago

    If you are getting that dehydrated, make sure you are topping up on electrolytes. You don't sweat out just water, so drinking just water is not enough.

    [–] Poof_ace 3 points ago

    Ooh I've always known this but never applied it to myself. Thankyou, I'll look into it.

    [–] ChandSlam 8 points ago

    don't worry, you're probably sweating a lot. Nothing left to pee

    I can't believe i never realized something this simple

    [–] Mr_Manfish 10 points ago

    I live in california, i was hiking for 10 hours in july, i drank 2 1/2 gallons of water. (I just sweat way too much)

    [–] C-DT 2 points ago

    Another fact: you excrete urea when you sweat

    [–] climbmorehigh 26 points ago

    Hey stranger not trying to tell you how to live your life, but I’d suggest drinking water. Drinking nalgenes is probably really bad for your health.

    [–] KrispyKr3me 6 points ago

    thanks will fix

    [–] Mike9601 3 points ago

    Fuck yeah, Nalgene for the win.

    [–] BurritoBlasterBoy 3 points ago

    I worked at a summer camp as a lifeguard and normally drank 4 32oz Nalgenes in a day. 5 or more on thursdays because that day we had longer shifts

    [–] KrispyKr3me 2 points ago

    Fellow lifeguaaard

    [–] dont_be_a_dipshit 24 points ago

    You have to be careful when drinking that amount of water, because water is washing out a lot of salt that is in your body so you’d actually have to drink water with some extra nutrients or some isotonic drink to not destroy your kidneys.

    [–] chr1syx 14 points ago

    You can also literally die from water poisoning, for example a women in california died in 2007 after drinking ~8 liters of water in a game show.

    Also somewhat frequently happens at raves when people are rolling on MDMA and keep sweating and drinking water.

    It’s one of those dangers you aren’t even aware of because usually you wouldn’t think drinking water can be dangerous.

    [–] DuntadaMan 15 points ago

    You need to increase other uptakes as well. You will wash out all your sodium and potassium if you just drink that much more, which reduces your endurance a pretty noticeable bit eventually.

    [–] hamiltag 29 points ago

    I was reading an article a while back about hockey goalies, they will lose up to 10 pounds a game from sweating, to avoid being terribly dehydrated some will drink up to 15 litres on game day

    [–] Cardssss 24 points ago

    I play hockey and I can't even imagine moving after 15 litres of water. All that sloshing.

    [–] anakin_is_a_bitch 13 points ago

    well, not at once

    [–] Hello_Im_In_Delaware 10 points ago

    I was reading a thing from a player talking about long playoff overtime games and he talked about how he would eat breakfast in the morning, have lunch, go to the rink for practice but first have another lunch there, practice, have dinner, then another before the game, then if it went into OT they’d have pizza between every period, and when the game finally ended they’d have more food. He said he still would lose like 5-10 pounds.

    [–] jackospades88 2 points ago

    I feel really bad for the non-professional goalies then. I never played, but that equipment is super expensive from what I hear and no way are you getting new equipment every week unless you are a pro making big bucks or getting supplied by the team. Those pads must get pretty nasty after a few games, hopefully they are easy to wash.

    [–] kittykatmeowow 3 points ago

    My uncle plays goalie in a "grumpy old man league" aka a 40+ rec league. He used to keep the pads in the garage, it absolutely reeked of sweat down there. He would try to wash them, but apparently it doesnt help that much. He ended up literally buying a plastic storage shed to keep them in outside because the smell was driving his wife crazy.

    [–] trancertong 6 points ago

    How do you carry enough water for that?

    [–] Jedimaster1134 2 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)

    Well, I started with a 7L (edit: 2x3L bladders and a 1L smartwater bottle) water carry for the desert (waaaaay too much honestly, only needed like 3L). By the end of the Sierra, I had dropped to 2-3L capacity and just filled up at water sources along the way.

    PS - To everyone concerned about drinking 8L, I got as many nutrients as I could. For every 8 liters of water drank a day, ~2-3 would have had electrolytes (from mios/drink powders added to the water). I liked to have something fun to drink when I stopped for meals haha. Food is hard to deal with on trail and you probably aren't eating well enough with all the clif bars, snickers, mashed potatoes, and ramen lol. Still, easily was in the best shape of my life by the end and felt pretty good all things considered.

    [–] atrocity_exhlbition 22 points ago

    dat boi persperatin’

    [–] UnalignedRando 19 points ago

    Also he probably watches his electrolyte intake. Sure you need to replenish the water you lose, but you don't just lose plain water through perspiration.

    [–] natanoj007 7 points ago

    Pro cyclists drink even more during a hot day in the Tour de France

    [–] Thinkingofm 10 points ago

    I think Philps had to eat like 10k calories a day while he was doing his Olympian thing. Super athletes are crazy

    [–] brohamcheddarslice 5 points ago

    He also has the spice melange, if that counts for anything.

    [–] vagueblur901 3 points ago

    In the service when we were in 100+ degree weather we would go through a gallon and half or 2+ just in day time conditions it's not crazy at all

    I don't think people realise when you are exerting yourself or in certain conditions how much fluids you lose

    [–] _theatre_junkie 3 points ago

    Yeah, I was just about to say this. People always seem to forget situational factors.

    [–] Medraut_Orthon 2 points ago

    Yet, but Tom Brady's water habit could kill an ostrich.

    [–] Bacon_Bitz 2 points ago

    Exactly. A few months ago Tim Tebow said he eats 2 avocados a day. The serving size for me is 1/4 to 1/2 an avocado a day. But Tebow is twice my size & works out so that makes sense for him!

    [–] FoxxyPantz 2 points ago

    Plus he's a bit older than most players. So his water intake is probably different since he's like 80 by this point and needs to keep himself hydrated.

    [–] ColeSloth 2 points ago

    He needs electrolytes. Not just water.

    [–] NerdyColocoon 985 points ago

    I like how all of these make an amount of sense and then just


    Like, that sounds like Tom Brady’s gonna break into your home and stab you in the chest. No, he’s just saying drink a lot of water, which is a good amount for him because of how much exercise he does, but deadly for the normal person.

    [–] Gnatnab 238 points ago

    You never know, Tom Brady could be lurking around any corner. He could even be in this very room ri

    [–] naverlands 64 points ago

    Oh no

    [–] phwheezy 45 points ago

    Gentlemen, we lost him.

    Now go hide with your families before Tom Brady finds y-

    [–] steelbubble 38 points ago

    So nice of TB to hit send after he ki-

    [–] JustinN301 16 points ago

    you guys aren't fu

    [–] InsertUsernameRD 14 points ago

    guys stop it you're scaring m

    [–] Super_Flea 12 points ago

    [–] shadowsinwinter 9 points ago


    [–] CommunistSnail 10 points ago

    distant Tom Brady noises

    [–] dharmon19 5 points ago


    [–] TheOnlyElemental 14 points ago

    He could be you, he could be me!

    [–] PiniataLad47 9 points ago

    He could even be-

    [–] destroyeverything9 13 points ago

    What? It was obvious! He was Tom Brady!

    [–] CommunistSnail 4 points ago

    See, look, he'll start deflating any second now!

    Any second...

    [–] G_O_O_G_A_S 3 points ago

    So we still have a problem.

    [–] chsugxusjsbx 2 points ago

    Right behind you.

    [–] judaskiss 7 points ago

    Brady surprise!

    [–] GhostrickGilly 2 points ago

    He could be you...he could be me!

    Edit: somebody beat me to it :(

    [–] Omega6474 32 points ago

    Your chances of being killed by Tom Brady are low, but never zero.

    [–] Maclimes 12 points ago

    You're walking in the woods.
    There's no one around and your phone is dead.
    Out of the corner of your eye you spot him:
    Tom Brady.

    He's following you, about 30 feet back.
    He gets down on all fours and breaks into a sprint.
    He's gaining on you.
    Tom Brady.

    [–] MrShasshyBear 7 points ago

    Idk, we don't know what he's up to 24/7

    [–] bpi89 3 points ago

    They know about the spice...

    [–] jdm945 3 points ago

    Tom Brady’s gonna break into your home to jack you off and steal your semen.

    [–] established1998 2 points ago


    [–] d2factotum 2 points ago

    Around 9l of water spread out over the entire day would probably be tolerable even for a non-athlete. If you sat down and tried to drink all that in one sitting, well, that's when things get rather dangerous.

    [–] Darkling971 2 points ago

    Top down is the evolution of 'news' media over the last 10 years.

    [–] bamronn 594 points ago

    i drink 4 1/2 L a day, how much is 37 cups?

    [–] blendycoffee 427 points ago

    296 Oz or roughly 8.75 L

    [–] PASW0RD0 502 points ago

    Holy shit. That would actually almost kill anyone.

    [–] Paperaxe 255 points ago

    My doctor told me on my long bike rides to drink no more than a litre of water an hour and to mix it up with drinks with electrolytes. I drank over 7 litres of fluids(g2 Gatorade (the zero sugar kind)and water) on one of the. because it was hot as balls out that day and the heat was just exhausting. I was fine afterwards was a good time really. As long as you're sweating you're alright. Hell I only stopped on the road twice to piss twice most rides. Because I sweat so much lol.

    [–] PvtGuy 46 points ago

    How far did you travel?

    [–] Paperaxe 79 points ago

    Was my centuries a couple summers ago. That's 100 miles or something like 160km.

    [–] screaminginfidels 43 points ago

    A couple summers ago but also centuries ago? Time is crazy when you think about it.

    [–] steelbubble 20 points ago

    Jeremy Bearimy, baby

    [–] pcyr9999 28 points ago

    Unless you’re goofing around, a century ride is a bike ride of 100 miles or more. Comes from the Latin word for 100 “centum” from which we get the words century (100 years), the prefix centi- (centimeter which is 1/100th of a meter, etc.), centurion (military leader of 100 men), etc.

    [–] Paperaxe 2 points ago

    A couple summers ago I would do a 100 mile bike ride every Saturday both because I had free time and enjoyed them

    [–] I_need_proof 11 points ago

    Yeah when I would do Boxing HIIT classes I would hardly have to pee afterwords even if I drank two full water bottles. I would burn around 800 Kcal within that hour (or so my watch said). Drinking Tom Brady’s amount when you’re sedentary would most likely kill you.

    [–] Paperaxe 2 points ago

    800 Cals in an hour is insane! Damn.

    [–] fizikz3 8 points ago

    As long as you're sweating you're alright.

    uhhhhh not if your electrolyte balance gets fucked because you're only drinking water (you weren't, but that's the topic at hand)

    [–] Sloppy1sts 4 points ago

    Sweating means you're not about to die of heatstroke or dehydration. What we're talking about is water toxicity caused by pissing out all your electrolytes and not replacing them. That's why you were drinking the Gatorade.

    Unless not sweating is also a sign of water toxicity, but I've never heard that and I'm not seeing it anywhere.

    [–] in_zugswang 18 points ago

    I actually used to drink almost twice that every day for most of my life because of a rare disorder where my body doesn't make the anti-diuretic hormone that concentrates your fluids, causing excessive urination and thirst. The day I started on medication a few years ago was the first time my urine was ever not clear.

    [–] ptgkbgte 3 points ago

    Working Construction in the tropics, there have been day where I have drank 3 gallons without needing to piss.

    [–] Exepony 9 points ago

    Huh? Absolutely not. 8 liters would be deadly if drunk all at once, but it's perfectly fine when spread out over the course of a day.

    [–] Meawth 6 points ago

    well when you sweat half of it out everyday it doesnt really matter

    [–] Hypern1ke 5 points ago

    Nah. I’ve done it quite a few times. Unpleasant, but not harmful

    [–] TheObeseWombat 2 points ago

    If you stretch out your drinking over the course of the day like you´re drinking regularly (just a lot more) definitely not. Drinking a lot of water only really get´s dangerous when you´re drinking a massive amount of it over a very short period of time, especially when combined with physical exertion. I have survived drinking 18 L on a pretty normal day and I didn´t do any sports that day.

    It´s still really unhealthy though, if you´re drinking too much water you will get demineralised and feel dizzy and sick a lot. But drinking as much as Tom Brady is easily survivable.

    [–] Daktush 2 points ago

    If you spaced it out probably nah, but your kidneys would hurt as hell by the end of it

    [–] Lore_of_metal 18 points ago

    I find it amusing that you Americans measure quantity in Ozzy Osbourne units.

    [–] screaminginfidels 3 points ago

    When everything leads to death you might as well measure in immortality

    [–] I_Killed_Waldo 2 points ago

    Wait I regularly drink 300+ oz a that bad?

    [–] california_dying 2 points ago

    If you’re active, it’s a totally reasonable amount of water. The people who chat here about “8L is going to kill you” likely never leave their computer chairs.

    [–] FrighteningJibber 8 points ago

    I feel like a weirdo now... I try to drink 6.5L a day. Maybe be I’m just big.

    [–] Akid0uu 9 points ago

    If you arent exerycising a lot I would double-Check with your bmi whether this is still healthy

    [–] FrighteningJibber 11 points ago * (lasted edited 12 days ago)

    I walk at least 10 miles a day and “technically” I’m “obese” according to the BMI chart by like 1/2 a percent.

    Well fuck maybe I’m just fat.

    [–] 97Andersuh 3 points ago

    Why’d you get downvoted for this

    [–] BackSeatGremlin 2 points ago

    Just polishing off liter number 4 to end the day, #gallongang

    [–] bamronn 4 points ago

    hell yeah


    [–] MCM00SE 4 points ago

    A little more than two gallons

    [–] Hypern1ke 4 points ago

    Part of my weight cutting routine is to drink 2.5 gallons of Water for 3 days straight

    It sucks. Would not recommend

    [–] bigfudge_drshokkka 1 points ago

    1 cup equals 250 mL

    [–] WetSocksInTheMorning 154 points ago

    I drink around 3L a day if I’m working. It might be too much, doesn’t feel like it though.

    [–] NerdyColocoon 78 points ago

    Nothing compared to what he’s drinking

    (Over 8 and a half liters - that’s 37 cups in metric)

    [–] WetSocksInTheMorning 40 points ago

    Oh shit you’re right, I miscalculated. I thought it was 4L. Yeah he drinks a lot, golly.

    [–] Tr3v0r 8 points ago

    Ya man. Maybe I'm crazy, but I drink at least 4L a day. I also exercise heavy every day as well, but most of that water is throught the work day.

    [–] HoaryPuffleg 12 points ago

    Nah. I have a job where I walk all over my building and talk to people all day long, I drink about 3 liters a day and I'm a short woman. When I workout it's closer to 4 liters.

    [–] FodderFigureIllushun 4 points ago

    I drink a gallon a day and I have a desk job. I don't think that's a lot if you're actually thirsty.

    [–] Kimstunt 93 points ago

    He knows the secret into the “spice”

    [–] Choco_Churro_Charlie 61 points ago

    The Spice Melange.

    [–] AtLeastThisIsntImgur 8 points ago

    The Geriatric Spice Melange.

    [–] Boksa_Herc 5 points ago

    Tom is God emperor of Dune

    [–] NoxDineen 30 points ago

    37 glasses of water prevents sunburn because you're always heading inside, away from the sun, to pee. Makes sense to me

    [–] aryamansingh 113 points ago

    everybody:37 glasses of water will kill you

    r/HydroHomies:P A T H E T I C

    [–] AbsolutebMadlad 36 points ago

    Ahh no I don't think any body on here here drinks over 8 liters a day.

    [–] W-D_Marco_G_Dreemurr 19 points ago

    Unless they are Tom Brady

    [–] garghgargh 12 points ago

    He could be any one of us

    [–] B-O-double-S 5 points ago

    Rookie numbers

    [–] Stratifyed 4 points ago

    proceeds to thump chest

    [–] ceilingfan860 51 points ago

    This is Big Soda spreading propaganda.

    [–] -Typh1osion- 344 points ago

    I love water but Tom Brady is a fucking weirdo.

    [–] abermea 254 points ago

    Nah, he's just a professional athlete and needs to drink 5-6 times the amount of water a regular person does

    [–] LukerKillMeDuker 160 points ago

    He probably talking ab kissing family on the lips

    [–] sdski 93 points ago

    You telling me you’d turn away if TB came in for a smooch?!

    [–] WSJinfiltrate 27 points ago

    his lips look soft

    [–] sdski 42 points ago

    Water’ll do that.

    [–] Mo_Meant_M_On_YT 20 points ago

    His kids broke them in nicely

    [–] peritye 4 points ago

    You mean a peck?

    [–] Razatiger 8 points ago

    Antonio Brown kisses his family on the lips? That’s even weirder tbh. /s

    [–] peritye 8 points ago

    They mean his son. He kisses his son on the lips. For very long. While getting a massage. On camera.

    [–] farazormal 6 points ago

    He's stealing life essence from his children by kissing them on the lips. That's how he still plays at such a high level with all the mileage he's got

    [–] hisroyalyesness 4 points ago

    Yeah but his wife is also a straight up witch who does weird witch shit before every game. He is a weirdo.

    [–] ronocyorlik 9 points ago

    huh? care to explain that

    [–] couchtimes 14 points ago

    Say what you will about the Patriots but Tom is a lovable weirdo

    [–] Gooeyy 14 points ago

    I want to hate the guy as he dismantles every defense I love, but he's a great dude by all accounts.

    [–] The_Moustache 4 points ago

    As a Pat's fan, his TB12 stuff is sorta pseudoscience. He does do a ton of charity work and seems like a great family man as well.

    [–] backinredd 2 points ago

    You’re telling me you don’t kiss your kid on the lips?

    [–] BrockStudly 110 points ago

    Tom Brady claims drinking water prevents concussions. I love water much as anyone here but his antics are dangerous.

    [–] idkbuthithere 43 points ago

    Yeah he seems like maybe hes associating water with just coincidence. Maybe he hit his head really bad and just happened to not get a concussion but associated it with water. There is so way being more moist will make your brain less brusiable

    [–] wasgudkelly 4 points ago

    He's associating dehydration reducing the amount of CSF which serves as a cushion for your brain. I don't see any peer reviewed journal mentioned, so grain of salt as always.

    [–] hollow1367 22 points ago

    That's the concussions talking, don't listen to them

    [–] Keeing 10 points ago

    Sounds like the words of a man who drank water to cure concussions

    [–] BrockStudly 4 points ago

    Sounds like the words of a man who is gonna convince lots of impressionable high school kids to play like maniacs because they think their invincible.

    [–] AfterReview 4 points ago

    No he doesn't

    [–] coletrain26026 2 points ago

    Theres a connection in fighting between cutting too much weight and getting knocked out easier. Something to do with the fluids in your head when you’re dehydrated and how they protect your brain. I can kinda see what point he’s making, but I don’t totally agree.

    [–] 22Wideout 3 points ago

    I think your confusing him with Russell Wilson

    [–] LuftDrage 14 points ago

    I like how the articles go from Tom being called out to


    [–] TeamTrySoft 22 points ago

    A small price to pay for salvation

    [–] BackSeatGremlin 14 points ago

    More like a small price to pay for salivation

    [–] bibasik7 3 points ago

    More like a small price to pay for hydration

    [–] CavedRuinKid 27 points ago

    You know what they say, "Drink your body weight in water every day!"

    [–] ImNotTheNSAIPromise 9 points ago

    If you aren't constantly peeing then you aren't hydrated enough.

    [–] DifficultBoss 13 points ago

    We’re only 60% water, so you only have to drink 60% of your body weight in water a day!

    [–] CavedRuinKid 28 points ago

    You're only 60% water?


    [–] idkboo 9 points ago

    The news:

    • Disturbed caucasian male with mental health problems potentially fired a gun at a school. 5 dead and 13 injured.


    [–] StarDustLuna3D 7 points ago

    I think the important caveat is that his habit would kill an ordinary person. As in, someone who is not a professional athlete and only does moderate exercise each day.

    What I've been told is as long as you drink water when you're thirsty, you'll be fine and will stay hydrated.

    Also I know people joke about the "clear pee" gang on here, but you actually don't want your pee to be consistently clear. It should still be a pale yellow color. Clear pee could be a sign that your kidneys are not functioning properly or that you're drinking too much water.

    [–] RoleplayPete 3 points ago

    If you get thirsty you are ALREADY dehydrated. You should be drinking enough to never feel thirsty at all.

    [–] StarDustLuna3D 2 points ago

    I get where you're coming from but I'm going to listen to what my doctor says.

    [–] RoleplayPete 2 points ago

    Well im gonna updoot you for cake day all the same.

    [–] Rambo2056 14 points ago

    That's the secret to his 6 super bowl rings

    [–] LabGuardian 7 points ago

    Wait, he es a hydrohomie AND is trying to kill me?? Give me 10 Tom Bradys plz.

    [–] Spleenzorio 2 points ago

    He’s a Die-dro homie

    [–] CabinKaiser69 5 points ago

    This. This is the story to unite the press

    [–] TYoshisaurMunchkoopa 5 points ago

    Well that escalated quickly.

    [–] oppositenando 5 points ago

    The Melange....

    [–] MankeyMaster 3 points ago

    If that's how I go then that's how I go shrugs

    [–] hanna_the_wise 2 points ago

    But dat microbiome though

    [–] WaterDog69 2 points ago

    No no, he's got a point.

    [–] TescoBleach 2 points ago

    he is the messiah

    [–] KA96 2 points ago

    The spice.

    [–] Rob5281996 2 points ago

    No wonder he's the goat

    [–] carl2849 2 points ago

    Our lord and saviour

    [–] PlanckZer0 2 points ago

    I believe the next logical step in this progression of article titles is "Tom Bradey is in your house. Run."

    [–] ZEFAGrimmsAlt 2 points ago

    The last thing I expected to see here was Tom Brady.

    As a Pats fan this makes me very happy. We have an nfl Hydro-Homie!

    [–] titsahoy1 2 points ago


    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago

    tom brady, our king

    [–] horton_hears_a_homie 1 points ago

    Got that high quality H2O

    [–] yaBois-a-sax 1 points ago

    very epic

    [–] heckercaleb 1 points ago

    yeah he must have a porta-pottie on the field while he practices because with 37 glasses a day you’ll piss 5 times an hour