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LazerFish

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Gender: male
Age: 24
Date Signed Up:4/07/2010
Last Login:11/20/2013
Location:CANADA
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Comment Thumbs: 5788 total,  8612 ,  2824
Content Level Progress: 63% (630/1000)
Level 229 Content: Mind Blower → Level 230 Content: Ambassador Of Lulz
Comment Level Progress: 87% (87/100)
Level 257 Comments: Contaminated Win → Level 258 Comments: Contaminated Win
Subscribers:18
Content Views:165570
Times Content Favorited:3847 times
Total Comments Made:3510
FJ Points:35680
Favorite Tags: funny (4) | Cards (3) | meme (3)
I came to fuck bitches.

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#6 - Picture 07/13/2011 on I Am Russia +4
#41 - goooood.... 07/13/2011 on DEAD WIFE 0
#31 - But you don't say me when referring to yourself. it's not gram…  [+] (1 reply) 07/13/2011 on I can't believe it's not +1
#35 - mcoop (07/13/2011) [-]
This is a strange sentence. I guess it is the equivalent of saying "this is me at the store."
#38 - **LazerFish rolls 430** not ashamed of my pigmate's.  [+] (2 replies) 07/13/2011 on DEAD WIFE +1
#40 - anon (07/13/2011) [-]
ya don hav a dick
#41 - LazerFish (07/13/2011) [-]
goooood....
#25 - that's wrong. OP is right. learn Engrish.  [+] (8 replies) 07/13/2011 on I can't believe it's not +5
#27 - mcoop (07/13/2011) [-]
nope. You wouldn't say "I at the store..."
#33 - captainbarnaby (07/13/2011) [-]
You're right. You wouldn't say "I at the store."
So the sentence is:
"My brother and I at the store."
explaining the setting.
#34 - mcoop (07/13/2011) [-]
Wrong. To determine whether you use I or me, you look at what it would be without the other person. ex: For "my brother and I," you have to make sure it makes sense with just "I."
#38 - captainbarnaby (07/13/2011) [-]
Saying "My brother and I at the store" just sounded more right to me.
Agree to disagree.
#40 - mcoop (07/13/2011) [-]
Ok
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#31 - LazerFish (07/13/2011) [-]
But you don't say me when referring to yourself. it's not grammatically correct.
#35 - mcoop (07/13/2011) [-]
This is a strange sentence. I guess it is the equivalent of saying "this is me at the store."