etnofad loved the alphabet song like we all did.
And Wingnut Ninja was confused by the Star Spangled Banner like we all were.
There was school, and then there was fun and games. Some of our recreational activities may have confused us a little bit, but that didn't stop us one bit.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles never once paid Asile a visit. Not one.
Agile Sumo was probably more of a video game guy at Chuck E. Cheese's.
Same with cyclonic.
Maybe Crow just wasn't running fast enough.
To be fair, Queezey, hockey games were pretty easy back then.
My family wasn't interested in memes or racial theory. No matter how hard I tried to connect with them, they proved extremely intolerant.
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