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HTC has its worst April in 6 years; disappointing HTC One M9 shipments blamed

HTC has its worst April in 6 years; disappointing HTC One M9 shipments blamed
With HTC reporting this morning that April revenues plunged 38.6% year-over-year, analysts are quickly placing the blame on disappointing sales of its new HTC One M9 flagship phone. Just one month after reporting "robust" sales that led to its best Q1 since 2011, HTC reported its worst April revenue figure in 6 years.

For the month, HTC took in $439.95 million, down from the $719.24 million the company reported in revenue last April. Sales declined 32.26% from the $652.44 million the company garnered in March 2015. An unnamed analyst who toils for Yuanta Securities Investment Consulting Co., says that shipments of the HTC One M9 flagship phone amounted to 4.75 million units for the month. That is a sharp 43.75% decline from the 8 million units of the HTC One (M8) that were shipped in April 2014. It is a 35.71% decline from the 7 million units of the HTC One (M7) shipped in April 2013. May revenues could be helped by the launch this month in China of both the HTC One M9+ and HTC One E9+.

The same anonymous analyst said that HTC might have underestimated the impact that rumors about the Snapdragon 810 chipset (which powers the HTC One M9) would have on sales of the phone. Talk that the Snapdragon 810 SoC was prone to overheating might have led to poor reviews and reluctance on the part of carriers to order much inventory of the phone. On the other hand, Samsung decided to pass up on the chip, using its own home grown Exynos 7420 chipset for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge. Sammy's redesigned flagship phones are selling like hotcakes and will probably lead to a record year for Galaxy S shipments. One Samsung executive reportedly said that the company expects to sell 70 million units combined of both flagship models this year.

While HTC earlier said that it expects to report $1.5 billion to $1.7 billion in revenue for the second quarter, one analyst from KGI Bank says that HTC will be hard pressed just to reach the low end of that range. HTC had been in the middle of a turnaround until last month.


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source: TaipeiTimes via GforGames

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posted on 05 May 2015, 05:29 39

1. shaineql (Posts: 343; Member since: 28 Apr 2014)


Next time dont rely on m8s success.
Samsung saw that S5 was badly recieved and completely changed the way S6 works.

posted on 05 May 2015, 06:12 21

16. bubbadoes (Posts: 813; Member since: 03 May 2012)


the only thing changed with the s6 is samsung tried and mimic the iphone even more

posted on 05 May 2015, 06:16 50

18. BaffledTruffle (Posts: 505; Member since: 07 Dec 2013)


Never heard of iPhone having a 2K display and 16MP camera with f1.9 aperture.

posted on 05 May 2015, 06:37 2

25. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


2K display on 5.1 inch screen is a disadvantage.
Anyway S6 camera is one of the best on the market.

posted on 05 May 2015, 07:09 18

36. tedkord (Posts: 9859; Member since: 17 Jun 2009)


How is it a disadvantage?

posted on 05 May 2015, 07:16 1

42. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


You are loosing battery life and performance for a little sharper screen for some poeple? Currently I have S5 and before I had S3. I can't notice pixels on S5. On S3 I could see pixels from very short distance. Until I searched for it I didn't see it.

posted on 05 May 2015, 07:41 14

49. tedkord (Posts: 9859; Member since: 17 Jun 2009)


It has average battery life, better than the S3 certainly. The Note 4 had significantly better battery life than the Note 3,though it went from FHD to QHD with essentially the same sized battery.

Sharpness isn't about seeing pixels, the human eye can detect differences in sharpness down to about 600ppi at the average viewing distance of a phone.

posted on 05 May 2015, 08:00 2

58. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


It all depends on optimalization and newest tech screen. Samsung could probably do the same or even better battery efficient screen with "just" fullHD resolution. Also keep in mind that higher resolution screen means higher resolution UI etc. In other words more work for CPU and GPU.

Some people can see difference. Do you think that a little sharper screen is worth loosing battery life and performance? Just look at Z3C battery life.

posted on 05 May 2015, 12:36 2

120. sniper1087 (Posts: 498; Member since: 31 Dec 2011)


the Note 3 still has better battery than the Note 4, had several users that got the 4 after having the 3 telling me the same thing, that their battery was better before.

posted on 05 May 2015, 21:17

151. tedkord (Posts: 9859; Member since: 17 Jun 2009)


Well, testing says otherwise. So does my Note 4 versus a coworkers Note 3.

posted on 06 May 2015, 03:04 1

159. sniper1087 (Posts: 498; Member since: 31 Dec 2011)


is different because their use vary, but if you use both yourself you can see the difference. why is it different? because your coworker may use it differently with different apps than what you use on yours.

posted on 05 May 2015, 16:03 1

146. ecmedic4 (Posts: 323; Member since: 02 May 2013)


Where do you get the 600ppi that you quote? Im not arguing that your wrong, I just want to know where your getting that number? I couldn't see really any difference between 1080p and QHD side by side when i was in best buy recently and i have 20/20 vision.

posted on 05 May 2015, 21:18

152. tedkord (Posts: 9859; Member since: 17 Jun 2009)


From Ray Soniera, the founder of Displaymate.

posted on 05 May 2015, 21:19

153. tedkord (Posts: 9859; Member since: 17 Jun 2009)


Try with small text, BTW. Fine detail.

posted on 05 May 2015, 08:33 9

63. BaffledTruffle (Posts: 505; Member since: 07 Dec 2013)


Sorry, mate. But GSMArena's battery life table shows that S6 still manages to come close to S5's scores (even beats it at Web browsing and Video playback)

(Scores are Endurance Rating, 3G Talk Time, Web Browsing and Video Playback)

Samsung Galaxy S5 83h 27:37h 9:39h 11:15h
Samsung Galaxy S6 73h 19:48h 10:56h 12:12h

And oh please, S6's performance is TOP NOTCH.

posted on 05 May 2015, 08:46 2

69. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


Imagine S6 performance and battery life with "just" fullHD display. +1h or more onscreen time? Much better onscreen (displayed in full res) performance? I know that most games use 720p and 1080p.

Do you know that S5 is much older than S6 and it got older tech display etc. (hardware)? Also keep in mind that GSMArena do test on 50% brightness screen. So it's 274 cd/m2 for S5 and 208 for S6.

posted on 05 May 2015, 09:29 1

85. BaffledTruffle (Posts: 505; Member since: 07 Dec 2013)


Well, you can only imagine my friend. Still, Samsung pushes its own boundaries, and wasn't going to pull behind LG, its neighbor, for QHD resolution. And to be honest, people will still complain that the screen is "just" Full HD because the Note 4 gave everyone a taste of QHD already and it is unlikely for Samsung to fall back.

OH MY GOD I didn't know that the S5 is older than the S6! The naming scheme makes so much more sense now, thank you!

Also, keep in mind that the S6 pushes a lot more pixels than the S5.

posted on 05 May 2015, 09:40 2

91. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


Irony at its finest :D In my opinion it's just for marketing purpose. People like numbers and I need to deal with it. It's bad for me because I preffer battery life over barely noticable difference in screen sharpness.

posted on 05 May 2015, 09:59 1

93. BaffledTruffle (Posts: 505; Member since: 07 Dec 2013)


It is true that it is for marketing purpose (for now, I'd say) and the average joe is just seeing the numbers.

For me, I've dealt with a lot of phones with pretty sh*t battery life, and an S5 sounds like the sweetest deal right now because it's more affordable and still is a performance beast.

I also once doubted the 2K screen until I saw one, and now I saw how the two S6's look and their performance has kept up with my expectations. I'd love for the chipsets and battery life to be at least up to par with their 1080p counterparts by next year.

posted on 05 May 2015, 12:18

118. Taters (banned) (Posts: 6474; Member since: 28 Jan 2013)


A lot of 2k monitors out there too, might as well optimize for it in case you ever need to power point from your gs6 to a 2k monitor.

Not that anyone would use that but once 4k TVs are the norm the phone should be prepared and what better way to prepare then to have a 5.1 inch 4k display. Lol

Bring it on!

I'll say this like I say this about Apple products. If they are going to charge me for a 2k or 4k display, I better have one even if it negatively affects battery life. I paid for it after all.

If Samsung sold me a GS6 for the $300 that I can get a GS5 for now brand new. Go ahead and use a 1080p display to get better battery life. I'd take that. Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way.

Technology should always move forward though regardless.

If Apple charges you 4k display, 6gb of ddr4 ram, 20 core CPU/gpu, and 6000 mah battery prices, you just don't accept 750p, 1gb of ddr2 ram, dual core, and 1850mah battery regardless of how overkill the specs are. It's the principle, you paid for it and it shouldn't go into their pockets.

Same principle here. You paid Samsung for a QHD display. Take the extra sharpness and let them worry about the battery life. I think they did a great job on their end making the 2550 mah battery work too.

posted on 05 May 2015, 12:38

122. sniper1087 (Posts: 498; Member since: 31 Dec 2011)


just what the asus zenfone 2 did with a 1080p display and $336 usd, which is a bargain to say the least, it has everything else as a flagship device.

posted on 05 May 2015, 13:15

129. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


If you preffer worse battery life just to have 4K screen it's your choice and sadly for me in future there will be no choice. I would buy 1080p or even 720p S6 Edge over 2K anyday. Of course if Samsung wouldn't lower performance and battery life to make it the same.

Of course technology should move forward, but instead of display resolution they should focus on quality (great in Samsung Amoleds) and CPU, GPU, camera, battery etc.

I don't have any Apple product, but I know that they prices are way too high (especially in the case of computers). I will maybe consider 750p iPhone 6S if they will give 2GB RAM and better camera (4K recording would be nice). The reason I will consider iPhone is that I am a little bored with Samsung phones (got S3 before and now S5 for almost a year). I would give a try to other Android flagship, but they su*ks compared to S6 Edge. iP 6S will be maybe good enough for me to consider it. Probably I will get S6 Egde after all.

posted on 05 May 2015, 11:02

104. may_czos (Posts: 708; Member since: 22 Nov 2014)


Screen resolution has very little to do with battery life. There are two thing that matter the most: display's size and brightness. Equally big and equally bright FHD display in the S6 would give basically the same battery life (or a few minutes longer).

posted on 05 May 2015, 12:00

112. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


Witam kolegę z komórkomani. Niestety, ale nie masz racji.

Resolution got very big impact on battery life because CPU and GPU need to do more operations for additional milions of pixels.

posted on 05 May 2015, 11:48

110. Taters (banned) (Posts: 6474; Member since: 28 Jan 2013)


I'd take the nicer screen over 3 day battery life. With wireless charging I don't have an issue charging everyday anyways. I just put it on the the side of the table with the charging pad instead of the side of the table without one..

That said I can usually go 2 days average before charging in the GS6.

Plus it's always better to prepare. They should go 4k next year for sure still. Once everyone has a 4k television in the house in 5 years, mobile devices should be prepared to mirror 4k video even if the mobile display doesn't need it, the TV or your 4k monitor might need it.

posted on 05 May 2015, 12:13

117. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


For me it's not nicer because I don't see any difference in sharpness. My S5 display is just not as color accurate as S6. Anyway I use adaptive mode. In other words quality of S5 and S6 screens is very similar. Samsung could do probably more color accurate basic mode in S5 if they would want to do it.

So when difference is barely (or not) noticable in sharpness why do you want higher resolution when you will notice better battery life? That is a little stupid thinking. You sound like maherk other Samsung fanboy.

I got fullHD on 24 inch monitor and it's fine for me. I agree that TV need 4K resolution, but why do you need to mirror 4K resolution? To watch 4K content from mobile phone on TV? There is probably possiblity to run content on TV in 4K without 4K display on mobile, but I am not sure.

posted on 05 May 2015, 12:26

119. Taters (banned) (Posts: 6474; Member since: 28 Jan 2013)


You can run 1080 content on a 4k display but it would look like crap. I think you do need the hardware to manage.

It's the opposite of stupid thinking actually. Read my 118 post. I am not the loser in this consumer to manufacturer relationship. I get out way ahead. If you accept a 1080p display, for QHD prices, then that's stupid. More money for Samsung and they would be happy to do it too. They know that it won't fly with their fans or the critical media though despite the possible increase of battery life so they probably had to do it,

Like I said, you don't see the need for QHD and a slightly better screen and I don't see the need for a slightly better frame rate on asphalt 4 and slightly better battery. Why is my way of thinking stupid and yours not? Different priorities and I am getting more bang for the buck out of the relationship.

posted on 05 May 2015, 12:54

127. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


I mean that you can send 4K content to TV without mirroring mobile screen.

This is your point of view and you're right on some points. My point of view is different. I don't want something that gives more cons than pros. For me and most people there is no difference between QHD and fullHD, but like I said in other post people like numbers. Pure marketing. Also I don't think that higher resolution (if screen is sharp enough) makes product better even if it cost more money to produce. So when you will be able to choose something that is worse, but cost more and have bigger number on it you will take it?

It's not slighty better frame rate on games (when there will be 2K in games) :D Just look at graphic benchmarks. M9 with crapdragon 810 eats S6. If I am not wrong two times more fps? Of course games are rendered at lower resolution (720p or 1080p) so anyway S6 will be better (at least until games will be rendered in 2K). I think that more logical is to pick better battery life, but ok. It's your personal choice.

posted on 05 May 2015, 13:07

128. Taters (banned) (Posts: 6474; Member since: 28 Jan 2013)


In the YouTube tests the GS6 runs the games better despite what the GPU benchmarks say.

I am guessing because no game probably comes close to being optimized for the adren GPU in the 810. Like I said, just take their expensive technology and let them worry about everything else. Don't feed them money like the ifans do,

posted on 05 May 2015, 13:26

132. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


Games are not rendered in 2K and S6 got much better CPU.

iPhone it's not so bad :D best in class IPS display, sharp enough (for me), good camera, great CPU and GPU, but that 1GB of RAM and reloading safari cards. Still games and app work perfectly on it.

I had iP 3GS and 4S and liked it, but that small displays. If you want look at phones in my profile.

posted on 06 May 2015, 00:20

154. Taters (banned) (Posts: 6474; Member since: 28 Jan 2013)


It's bad. It costs them like less than $200 per handset and they charge you $900. If that's not bad, then I don't know what is. Lol

As for mirroring. If it's a Nexus player or an Apple TV, those boxes probably do the 4k grunt work if they support 4k that is. For dongles and those all share cast things, I am pretty sure the mobile device does the heavy 4k lifting. Not sure where the chromecast fits in since its like half dongle and half box.

posted on 06 May 2015, 04:36

160. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


I know what you mean. It cost so much because people still want to buy it. Some people want to buy it for logo, some for ecosystem and apps that works like they should. On my S5 I got a lot of problems with apps and errors (probably thanks to lollipop). Last time with 1 ad my device get always frozen.

I never tried it because I am not watching TV.

posted on 05 May 2015, 08:58 1

78. Muayyad (Posts: 236; Member since: 05 Oct 2012)


Frame rate suffers for such a small display.

posted on 05 May 2015, 12:01

115. mmmanuuu (Posts: 400; Member since: 05 Nov 2013)


Use the damn phone and then comment. S6 is having the best display any smartphone ever had in the history of smartphones.

posted on 05 May 2015, 07:29 3

46. ph00ny (Posts: 1125; Member since: 26 May 2011)


Not when VR headset comes into the equation

posted on 05 May 2015, 07:35 1

47. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


For VR you need even higher resolution. It should use special separate screen. Also VR is not popular.

posted on 05 May 2015, 18:12

148. ph00ny (Posts: 1125; Member since: 26 May 2011)


For now. It's still very new to the market

posted on 05 May 2015, 08:51

71. JunitoNH (Posts: 1585; Member since: 15 Feb 2012)


Hence, all the battery drain being reported. As you said, big deal, on a 5.1". This I want on my 60" TV. +1

posted on 05 May 2015, 08:58 1

79. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


It's all about marketing. People love numbers. Sometimes more don't mean better. Even 720p on ~5 inch screen is OK. In following years 2K will be meh. Most people will tell that they can see difference between 2K and 4K on 5-6 ich screen. Remember people praise product that they have or they want.

posted on 05 May 2015, 09:24 1

83. Shocky (Posts: 2063; Member since: 16 May 2012)


Nope, it's not a disadvantage at all.

Games typically don't run at the displays native resolution and battery life on OLED didn't suffer from 1080p to 1440p.

All good game developers will stick to 1080p or 720p regardless of display resolution.

It's win win.

posted on 05 May 2015, 09:34

87. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


You forgot about UI, system apps and most important web browser. Also most third party apps (not games) will use 2K res. Add videos too it and you will loose a lot of battery life for a little sharper screen for some poeple.

posted on 05 May 2015, 10:12 1

95. shaineql (Posts: 343; Member since: 28 Apr 2014)


Disadvantage, but that display still performs the best and bettery life is far better than any 2015 device so far.I only see improvement while having superb display.

posted on 05 May 2015, 10:25 1

100. bodzio1809 (Posts: 356; Member since: 28 Aug 2013)


100% agree. Last Samsung amoleds are the best displays. Currently I have S5 and it got great display. The problem with other flagships is broken soc. As we can see even G4 with S808 don't have good battery life. If I had to buy new phone today I would get S6 Edge. It still don't change what I think of 2K on ~5" screen. Just useless.

posted on 05 May 2015, 13:44

134. j2001m (Posts: 2755; Member since: 28 Apr 2014)


Not if it's using super oled, the more res the better

posted on 05 May 2015, 08:40 2

68. ShaikhJGI (Posts: 152; Member since: 10 Jan 2014)


Good1. Neither he saw an Ativ S personally. Samsung reused its own design :)

posted on 05 May 2015, 11:39

109. bubbadoes (Posts: 813; Member since: 03 May 2012)


you know actually what i am talking about and its not in the specs

posted on 05 May 2015, 06:37 40

26. TerryTerius (Posts: 1400; Member since: 10 Apr 2014)


Considering the iPhone 6 lacks -

Fast Charging
Wireless Charging
Multi-window
An IR blaster
Wide Angle Selfies
Rear Camera Selfies
Heart Rate Monitor
Tracking Auto Focus
A built in theming engine
-True widgets
-The ability to work with magnetic card terminals
-A body that chages color depending on lighting
-Not to mention the personalization inherent to Android...

Then yeah, it totally looks like Samsung is following in Apple's footsteps -_- I will grant you that Samsung has taken Apple's design ethos, and simultaneously put more of an emphasis upon user experience. The bottom of each phone is strikingly similar, and button placement is close as well. But outside of that, there are a hell of a lot of differentiating factors between the two. More so on the side of Samsung, than Apple. Not to mention unless you were looking directly at the bottom of the phone, you would be very hard pressed to mistake one for the other.

The only real advantage the iPhone has over the s6 would be Apple's ecosystem itself, and that wholly depends upon who you're talking to and what they own.

posted on 05 May 2015, 12:37 1

121. StraightEdgeNexus (Posts: 3689; Member since: 14 Feb 2014)


Great and unbiased post Sir, +1

posted on 05 May 2015, 12:52

124. Gatorsrule52 (Posts: 62; Member since: 18 Mar 2013)


I would never defend Apple but to be fair, the s6 resembles the iPhone more than any previous generation this time around. Its an unoriginal design not to say its ugly or anything. The s6 looks like a mix between the s4 and the iPhone 6 with a glass back. Its not groundbreaking no matter what people say. The edge just has two sloping edges... that serve very little functionality... that you pay $100 more for.
The pricing practices of Apple and Samsung have also gotten pretty similar. You now pay extreme prices for more storage now that Samsung decided it would be best to remove a feature that would save customers money, which they did purposely since they know, like Apple, people will still buy it.
Again feature wise, Apple is nothing compared to the S6 but I think the OP was getting at the design and the selling scheme of both companies being very similar now.

posted on 05 May 2015, 15:32

144. TerryTerius (Posts: 1400; Member since: 10 Apr 2014)


"I will grant you that Samsung has taken Apple's design ethos, and simultaneously put more of an emphasis upon user experience. The bottom of each phone is strikingly similar, and button placement is close as well."

I never said they didn't have similarities.

No one claimed that the s6 was groundbreaking, they just said it was a radical departure from the s5. And you can't discount the edges as an aesthetic differentiation, which they are. Think about it this way, there are a lot of non functional creases and crevices included on many cars merely for the beauty factor. That is exactly what the edge is for. If companies only included the necessary, then pretty much every product in every field would look exactly the same.

That being said, owning both.... No, I would never mistake an iPhone 6 for an S6 unless I was looking directly at the bottom of the phone. Their general shapes are similar, true. But that is the case with most Phones. There are but so many ways to create a rectangle. If they were both in cases though, it would be a lot more difficult. But without one, the s6 literally shimmers in the light. it is highly reflective and changes colors depending on what kind of lighting you're under. It looks drastically different from an iPhone in person. The iPhone 4 l never did that. And outside of the usage of materials, it literally looks nothing like an iPhone 4. That's why I included that in my list of different situations.

In other words, they share design elements. But it's a stretch.

But yes, SS did emulate their pricing too.

posted on 06 May 2015, 00:24

155. Taters (banned) (Posts: 6474; Member since: 28 Jan 2013)


No way is their selling scheme similar and to suggest so is flat out wrong. The selling scheme is like polar opposite.

Samsung gives you top of the line everything. Apple gives you cheapest everything. How is that remotely similar?

posted on 05 May 2015, 06:41 27

28. TerryTerius (Posts: 1400; Member since: 10 Apr 2014)


And of course the aforementioned 5.1 inch 2k Super AMOLED screen which can either be more color accurate than the iPhone 6's, or far more vivid. A display that pretty much outclasses that of the iPhone 6 in nearly every conceivable way.

Owning a 6+ as a work line and an S6 as a personal phone, I feel pretty qualified to make that statement.

posted on 05 May 2015, 07:01 2

34. samsboy (unregistered)


+1 bros. Let them take it or leave it.

posted on 05 May 2015, 07:38

48. chebner (Posts: 205; Member since: 17 Oct 2011)


All that and they were still so afraid it wouldn't sell they made it look identical to the iPhone 6. Just like they did with the original Galaxy S.

posted on 05 May 2015, 12:00 1

113. TerryTerius (Posts: 1400; Member since: 10 Apr 2014)


If you really think the S6, & S6 edge are identical to the iPhone 6, then that says more about your need for an optical exam than the design of the phones.

posted on 05 May 2015, 13:57

135. tedkord (Posts: 9859; Member since: 17 Jun 2009)


If you think it looks identical, you're either blind or stupid.

posted on 05 May 2015, 14:46 1

140. talon95 (Posts: 415; Member since: 31 Jul 2012)


I'd just like to point out that when Apple complains or consumers see something similar in the design, they are talking about trade dress. From an engineering standpoint there isn't a single profile, curve, cross section, or ratio that is the same between the iP6 and GS6. As with every industry on the planet there are always trends, just compare cars from the 90s to 2000s to 2010s, or clothing. A copy is a Chinese knockoff that is identical, so just because Apple is prestigious and a trend setter doesn't make everything remotely similar a copy. In many cases the trend followers surpass the original because they have the foresight to include more of what consumers actually like about the original.

The whole "everyone is copying Apple" theme really gets old in an industry where the form factor is nearly a standard, and yet some people will never recognize the finer points of design, features and evolution, that make each product unique. If you really think Samsung/Sony/etc "copied" Apple then you must not care at all about mobile technology because you're judging based on a brief glance and in no way studying the finer points of each design.

posted on 05 May 2015, 07:11 7

37. tedkord (Posts: 9859; Member since: 17 Jun 2009)


I didn't think your rump could get any more sore, then Samsung puts out the S6 which outclassed the iPhone 6 even more than the Note 4 did. Now the Great Wall and the red glow from your backside are equally visible from space.

posted on 05 May 2015, 07:58 8

57. pixelated (Posts: 58; Member since: 03 May 2015)


iSheeps are ready to jump everywhere!!

posted on 05 May 2015, 09:29

84. Amiet (Posts: 37; Member since: 02 Apr 2015)


People like you deserve a kick on face , Seriously mate get a life.

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