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Vaud

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Re: Sermon # Whatever: I fucking hate you. Die.
« Reply #210 on: July 27, 2012, 06:34:01 am »
@OP

Why is being quiet akin to being weak or a good doggie?

memamo mo mommi mi mmemi mimo oom mom ma. <-- that's the result of me not having anything to say but doin' it anyway! WOOHOO!

Because I told you to THINK FOR YOURSELF.

NOW SHUT UP AND SAY SOMETHING!
:lulz:  Well done.
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Re: Sermon # Whatever: I fucking hate you. Die.
« Reply #211 on: July 27, 2012, 07:34:48 am »
@OP

Why is being quiet akin to being weak or a good doggie?

memamo mo mommi mi mmemi mimo oom mom ma. <-- that's the result of me not having anything to say but doin' it anyway! WOOHOO!

Because I told you to THINK FOR YOURSELF.

NOW SHUT UP AND SAY SOMETHING!
:lulz:  Well done.

Ah, so this is the infamous former "Daruko" Ive heard about.

Pleased to meet you my good man.

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Re: Sermon # Whatever: I fucking hate you. Die.
« Reply #212 on: July 27, 2012, 01:46:03 pm »
@OP

Why is being quiet akin to being weak or a good doggie?

memamo mo mommi mi mmemi mimo oom mom ma. <-- that's the result of me not having anything to say but doin' it anyway! WOOHOO!

Because I told you to THINK FOR YOURSELF.

NOW SHUT UP AND SAY SOMETHING!
:lulz:  Well done.

It pains me, Vaud.
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