Gordon is a surprisingly wholesome guy
By - peterskol7685
[120 days ago](https://redd.it/lo5dxl) -- 382 points
[150 days ago](https://redd.it/l26ufq) -- 1068 points
[183 days ago](https://redd.it/kg6ljc) -- 754 points
[191 days ago](https://redd.it/kb0kne) -- 207 points
[196 days ago](https://redd.it/k7pwij) -- 1056 points
[207 days ago](https://redd.it/k11onu) -- 163 points
[213 days ago](https://redd.it/jwyqju) -- 10556 points
[511 days ago](https://redd.it/eucrq7) -- 14520 points
[660 days ago](https://redd.it/cxe3zy) -- 1 points
[660 days ago](https://redd.it/cxdwzz) -- 1 points
[660 days ago](https://redd.it/cxdhh3) -- 1 points
[661 days ago](https://redd.it/cx80wr) -- 14009 points
I also found these posts with the same title, but I'm not 100% sure if they match:
[213 days ago](https://redd.it/jxdf7f) (173 points) (Error downloading image: HTTP Error 404: Not Found)
[435 days ago](https://redd.it/fzhzga) (31 points) (Error downloading image: HTTP Error 404: Not Found)
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Each link above is to a post with not only the same image, but the same title as well. Often, these are not human reposters sharing a funny, but rather bot accounts reposting old posts that got a lot of upvovtes in the hopes of farming karma. OP can reply with "I'm not a bot" to delete this comment. If you don't see a reply from OP, please downvote this post. Don't give repost farmers your karma!
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