Umm. well yes, but no.. why is the drug dealer a watermelon? is it to symbolize a ? Life How it is Guide to depression
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - puffyclouds
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why is the drug dealer a watermelon?
is it to symbolize a ******?
#3 to #1 - biscuitsunited
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#9 to #1 - sjrigney
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How did I miss that?
User avatar #45 to #1 - mewoveyouwongtime
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MORE WATERMELON LESS CRACK (Trouble in Terrorist Town)

My best guess is this

Here's an animated version of it: www.youtube.com/watch?v=nI_cMUmEjIQ
User avatar #57 to #1 - phaegitt
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i was not aware of that until you pointed it out...
#60 to #1 - anon id: 1fb6f6d7
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Because *******.
User avatar #63 to #1 - badsamaritan
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Gushers man. They used to have a commercial where when someone ate a gusher thier head would turn into a fruit.
#70 to #1 - anon id: 34c37ccf
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>Pablo Stanley's fw
User avatar #11 to #1 - Namezone
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i thought it was for gushers. They're almost 98% cocaine, and 50% marijuana.
User avatar #50 to #1 - froggets
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You are what you eat!
User avatar #64 to #50 - fishandkids
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That's why I am human.
User avatar #72 to #64 - froggets
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It also explains why so many people here are dicks
User avatar #66 to #64 - licestr
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or are you dancer?
#2 to #1 - buddhadom
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No-   
   
Wait... Yes.
No-

Wait... Yes.
User avatar #4 - nudybooty
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If your drug dealing is watermelon you already said yes to drugs
#10 - TheShadowHog
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Jokes on you, imma live forever
User avatar #30 to #10 - captainrattrap
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Kai get some immortality bro?
#49 to #10 - newdevyx
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**newdevyx rolls 06** Let me guess, someone stole your sweetroll
User avatar #42 to #10 - thepandaking
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"What's the matter, did someone steal your sweet roll?"
#28 - mpdmpd
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Damn, looks like those gushers kids hit some hard times
#51 to #28 - anon id: 380842df
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I've seen people walk around my street with too much acid and they're head turn into a big pumpkin - cheech
User avatar #53 to #28 - darksideofthebeast
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Oh my ****.

That was... Comedy gold.
Have this thumb and suck it proudly, dear awesome faggot.
#59 - GLJR
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You mean die later then sooner.
You mean die later then sooner.
#13 - kakacarrotcake
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THE DRUG DEALER'S HEAD IS A WATERMELON
THE DRUG DEALER'S HEAD IS A WATERMELON
User avatar #25 to #13 - foelkera
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Gushers Fruit Snacks

he ate gushers
#43 to #13 - coronus
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User avatar #5 - deathsn
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Die anyway, after you lived better and healthier.
User avatar #6 to #5 - thechosentroll
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"Better" is subjective. Some would value a shorter life filled with junk food, booze and laziness higher than a slightly longer, bland, less interesting life.
#7 to #6 - deathsn
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Yes, because a good, long and healthy life HAS TO BE bland and uninteresting.    
You are right, pass me the cirrhotic liver, the lung cancer, the diabetes and the drug addictions. Why live to the fullest and enjoy life when you can waste your body for meaningless and temporal pleasures and then die anyway.
Yes, because a good, long and healthy life HAS TO BE bland and uninteresting.
You are right, pass me the cirrhotic liver, the lung cancer, the diabetes and the drug addictions. Why live to the fullest and enjoy life when you can waste your body for meaningless and temporal pleasures and then die anyway.
User avatar #17 to #7 - lolollo
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I don't know about you dude, but being able to sleep in feels 100x better than waking up at 6 every morning to run 80 miles, all the while feeling like I'm going to die from hypoxia.

When I sleep in, I generally feel better about the state of my life. When I have to run every morning, I find myself dreading that fact every evening before going to bed.
User avatar #18 to #17 - deathsn
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There are many kinds of exercise, Man. You don't have to get up at six and go for a run.
I too like to stay in bed until eight or something.
User avatar #19 to #18 - lolollo
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The main problem is any time I have a regular workout routine, there's a dread prior to me actually doing it. If it's in the afternoon, it keeps annoying me as I'm trying to function during the beginning of my day. If it's in the morning, it's the problem I described above. Sure, it feels great after its done, but I'm the sort of guy who realizes that there's just going to be more dread to follow later in the day.

Most people who exercise regularly have that period of suck during the workout, followed by the rest of their day being full of good feelings associated with both the workout, and the realization it's over. For me it's similar, only that good feeling is cut short the second I realize there's just more suck to look forward to the next day. My experience isn't suck in the beginning following by good feelings for the rest of the day. My experience is a suck sandwich. A good feeling filling surrounded by two slices of concentrated suck.

I don't get to have it with mayo.
User avatar #31 to #19 - deathsn
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They always say the worst part is starting it. I'm guessing that once you have spent some time doing a certain workout routine (As in 3 - 4 days a week, not an actual workout routine) you stop feeling so bad about it. Some people actually look forward their next workout session. It also has to do with the results you want, you don't have to spend four hours of your day at the gym until you drop from exhaustion to stay healthy.
User avatar #32 to #31 - lolollo
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The results I want are to feel happy with my day to day life. I'm not a fat tub of lard, but I don't need to look like The Rock to be happy, like a good chunk of people on this site do.
User avatar #33 to #32 - deathsn
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I think people are probably happier when they are healthy and able to use their bodies to the fullest.
The Rock rules.
Haha, chunk.
Cox rules.
User avatar #34 to #33 - lolollo
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You think that based on your own experience with your own body. The true general consensus is more shrouded in grey than that.
User avatar #35 to #34 - deathsn
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So people are happier when they can't run anymore because they are too fat?
User avatar #36 to #35 - lolollo
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People are happy when their lives fit their personal criteria for happiness, not yours.

Yours includes being able to run 80 miles a day. That doesn't make it true for everyone else.
User avatar #37 to #36 - deathsn
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Most people don't fit their own criteria.
And who has "Not having a good health condition" as their life goal?
User avatar #38 to #37 - lolollo
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You miss the point, the idea is that "Looking like Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson" isn't on everyone's personal list of "Requirements to be happy." The idea is NOT that your list much either have "Looking like Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson" or "Looking like the personification of sloth." on their list. Everyone's personal requirements to be happy are going to be as varied as their overall life story compared to everyone else, and the idea that you think it's so black and white as it has to fit your own personal requirements suggests that you're a colossal tool.

Not everyone has to look like a ******* bronze statue to be happy, that doesn't mean all of those people look like Fat Bastard from Austin Powers. It means that not everyone who looks like a bronze statue is happy, and that anyone who doesn't is unhappy.
User avatar #39 to #38 - deathsn
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I also never mentioned anything like you had to look like The Rock, I only said a good health condition.
User avatar #40 to #39 - lolollo
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You can substitute either and it would still fit.
User avatar #74 to #40 - deathsn
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All I ever said was that healthy people are probably happier.
User avatar #75 to #74 - lolollo
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And I said that's a hige assumption.
User avatar #8 to #7 - thechosentroll
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Ok, we appear to be having the usual problem that arises every time someone brings up the subject. For the record, I didn't mean "Scream "YOLO" while doped up to the eyeballs on meth and jump down a water slide into a kiddie pool full of bacon.", just like you didn't mean "Spend 80% of your day exercising and eat nothing but steamed asparagus and rocks.". Those are the extremes and are both equally stupid.

What I'm saying is that you don't HAVE to exercise and be in perfect health to fully enjoy life.
#61 to #5 - tjocksnorris
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not to mention living less fun
#56 - anon id: 0b678f22
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yeah, but you have a much better life doing all that instead of being a lazy unhealthy fat ************ consuming drugs.
User avatar #67 to #56 - certifiedidiot
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Depends on what you enjoy
User avatar #69 to #67 - thefunnyside
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I second this. If eating unhealthy food and staying at home all day makes you happier than being fit does, go ahead. Happiness is more important than health in my book
#76 to #69 - anon id: f76bd485
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i hope youre joking.
User avatar #78 to #76 - thefunnyside
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Not at all. Why would I?
User avatar #41 - thelucci
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PABS= Pussy Ass Bitch Supreme
User avatar #29 - spyisspy
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>watermelón
>drugs
#46 to #29 - mikeoxlong
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Friend of a friend of mine used to sell liquid LSD dosed onto watermelon sour patch kids.
User avatar #52 to #29 - darksideofthebeast
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Not even once.
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