Matthew's Great Page, submitted by Ryan. Matthew is a hyperactive little kid with a passion for two things: Jesus Christ and Microsoft's Xbox console. Why he loves these things so much I really don't understand, I mean the Xbox is okay, but Jesus? That's so lame.
Hey, my name is Matthew Smith. I love God! If you are looking for a sign from God this is it!
I'm a Christian and I am from the Great Iowa. My favorite sports are basketball, football, soccer, golf, and Instant Messaging people.(That's more than 1, I guess). Flying stunt kites is also another one of my hobbies.
Matthew also is apparently "SWEETISH" which I guess means Swedish although very little on his site makes any sense at all. I did finally manage to figure out why he loved Xbox and Jesus so much and the answer was staring me in the face on every single page; he's fucking batshit insane. Hey, flying stunt kites is pretty cool though, because nothing is more badass than doing stunts with a sheet tied to a string that crashes immediately into the ground whenever there is a sudden shift in the wind.
PS: Feel free to sign his SWEETISH GUESTBOOK!! as I'm sure Matthew would enjoy knowing just how much you love the Lord and hate sins.
The singer dove off the stage and crowd surfed in a sort of reverse funeral procession where the person being carried is the only one truly alive. Touching him I felt religious ecstasy and started speaking in tongues and requesting songs that didn't exist.
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