This post could pretty easily be put to music if someone were so inclined.
No, "Joelight," thank you.
I can't tell whether this is a case of too much information or too little information. On one hand, I kind of want to know how it happened, but on the other hand I also wish "Viper186" died on the operating table.
This is basically why I try to stay away from family reunions.
Oh my goodness gracious.
"john smith" shares a festive Thanksgiving tradition.
That's it for this week, thanks to my forum friends Marxux, Odoth, Exorcism Tongs, Solar Jetman, redloved, Sireg, CountZero, Tablecloth Sally, psycho78m, dsmurf, HELL, Sgt. Bilco, Green Gartside, Yechezkel, Closeknees, MephistoSan, Zenith Schism, ViralContagen, plexiglass and Foaming Chicken.
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I'm haunted by a recurring vision of a skeleton flipping me off. To avoid seeing this terrifying image in bumper sticker form, I pay someone with a blank bumper to drive in front of me at all times.
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