"Bearnoir" is a fucking moron, plain and simple.
"Pho" made a rookie mistake.
Oh "Fagtrot", what kind of crazy schemes will you get into next?
Good idea, champ.
HELP ME TERRORIZE MY GIRLFRIEND'S DAUGHTER. THIS WILL SURELY GET ME LAID!
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Same thing happens to me when I eat bad ham. What a trip dude.
"elister", we hardly knew 'ye.
ANIME FUCKING SUCKS.
The worst poster from any forum ever.
Seriously though, the Something Awful Forums are quite possibly the best forums the internet has to offer. The $9.95 it costs to register is nothing for what you are getting in return. We've got tinpot dictator moderators and admins, exciting stories about users shitting themselves in public places, and a whole assortment of crazy forums too hot for TV. Best of all, we have a sense of fucking humor. Most of us are smart enough not to take the internet so damn seriously, which is more than I can say for most of the nuts we feature on Weekend Web.
Special thanks to my FYAD friends Kade, New Jack Ruby, Shmorky, dings, petrockstealer, Boco_T, Allanon858, LAShock, Epicutioner, Tazzo, killertwinkie, dephile, Gus Hobbleton, Pretzelcoatl, k_killmore, Jadeite2, and Ali G for contributing to this report.
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