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u can lie and all that but what would u REALLY do like what if it was super night out and u go downstairs and there it is a skeleton. its not doing anything outside the realms of a skeletons ability but it is walkin around checkin out stuff but u dont know whats up.
i would try and help it
it all depends on whether or not it's a talking skeleton really
they cant talk. its just wandering around and rattling so id probably assume its lost
well then i'd probably freak the motherfuck out then calm down
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i'd probably flex in front of it and talk about how great it is to have tendons and shit
go to shake his hand and squeeze it really hard so i come off as a BadAss
i would say
"who....were you.... skeleton?"
and he would look down to the floor
wheres my arm
skeletons dont have eyes I'd probly play a cool prank
theres a skeletoin inside all of us. think before you make fun
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i would fuck it
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