[at the convenience store] Oh you can't break a hundred huh. Well I can break a hundred bones in your body using only one combo, tough guy. I guess that means it's your move.
Fuck this, i need a beer - to my boss who is under 21
nice straw man. i see that it has burst into flames much like the kiss logo when kiss performs "black diamond" on their concert tour
[backing up away from swat team at jell-o factory] *throws the evidence against me in a large vat* the proof is in the pudding
*Walks into a high end night club or somewhere you would go looking for someone important like a gang leader* Okay who's the big cheese 'round here
[mother-in-law emerges from her room withno make-up on ]. Me: Release the Kraken!
Let's not and say we did and vaccination causes autism
(someone gives technical explination of some thing) .."In English Please"
Me: Sumere volucere copulatem (Means Go take a flying **** in some languages)
Me: Wow, another thrilling dialogue with the intellectual superman! Let's give him a big hand folks!
*professor at college writes a bunch of shit on the board* UHhhh id like to buy a vowel?
Alright, cool, so you graduated college. you forgot to get your diploma though *hands you the ultimate diploma, a cool graphic novel that i circled all the best action drawings in with red pen so you can skip the stupid parts*
Elliot said my breakup must have been due to the sweater curse, an unexplained phenomenon where anyone who gives their significant other a hand-knit sweater gets dumped. The only way to break the curse, Elliot said, was to destroy the sweater.
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