The ladies of Wrestlehut Oh who could have ever guessed that female wrestling fans aren't how you say... good looking. Me, that's who (this guy right here.)
Toblerone Triangular: Too great a poster for this world; is gonna Gulch. You (should) know him. You (should) love him, its da craziest gooooooon Toblerone Triangular! I wonder what he's talking about now? Turns out he just found out about Paulstown the weird libertarian scam that's currently taking place in the Texas desert. Good times.
GBS sucks I won't lie to you, there's a bunch of crap in this thread but it does eventually get better. Maybe I shouldn't have chosen it, unfortunately I can't go back because my keyboard doesn't have a backspace key. Or a delete button and the shortcuts for copy/paste don't work either.
New Helldump Rule No trolling allowed in Helldump. If you even think about trolling the 'dump Imma gonna track you down and report you SO HARD.
Tell me about World War 1 and 2 weponry - Cyrano just won't shut the fuck up, will he?
Help me rock the apocalypse - Lets find out what survival spoons are best suited for surviving any apocalyptic scenario!
Better late than never: the 2007 Ft. Morgan MG Shoot! [IMG Heavy - Beware] - Need some ideas for travel destinations in 2008? Why not take a look at what a bunch of hicks and rednecks with fully automatic weapons did last spring! There may even be a few field pieces and anti aircraft weapons in case you need ideas for your next holy war.
Getting into skeet shooting without going broke - You too can get into skeet shooting without having to spend $10,000 on a H&H Over/Under shotgun.
Natural and supernatural horrors mount on an expedition to an island music festival for the wealthy.
With college finals approaching, it's time once again for Microsoft Word autosummaries of all the old, boring books you were supposed to read.
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