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#55 - is there any sort of back story here?  [+] (2 replies) 09/23/2016 on chimp out +1
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#65 - elguso (09/23/2016) [-]
Pauline hanson is an australian politician who is anti imigration and dosent watn sharia law in australia. he is wearing a Pauline shirt and is minding his own buisness.
and unless the before is shown this is just an unjustified chimp out, but shes arab so ... cammel raged? idk, im not that funny.
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#60 - koruptionking (09/23/2016) [-]
australian politics
#89 - they're ******* acting like he's gonna die. sure he needs stit…  [+] (3 replies) 09/08/2016 on Fruit Ninja IRL +8
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#97 - thechosentroll (09/08/2016) [-]
Reminds me of what my parents used to say when I got hurt as a kid: "If you can scream in pain, then you're still fine."
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#114 - daentraya (09/08/2016) [-]
in our first aid class, during a priority exercise, the teacher said 'the biker with the broken arm is complaining loudly, so he's probably fine'
#148 - anon (09/08/2016) [-]
Yea that's basic first aid, the louder the person is, the less priority he/she has over people that aren't saying anything, the assumption being that they are either hurt so severe they can't makes sounds or unconscious
#33 - what's funny is that this isn't even a secret. you get taught …  [+] (3 replies) 09/02/2016 on buy +8
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#48 - ieatbengay (09/02/2016) [-]
they look pretty
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#49 - ieatbengay (09/02/2016) [-]
and are a sign of wealth, they're a lot like iPhones
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#42 - mutzaki (09/02/2016) [-]
Yeah, too ingrained in culture. Not even the blood diamond controversy stopped people. That being said, I think it still makes sense for diamonds to be the go-to gem for engagement rings. They're usually colourless, making them generic enough to suit everyone's tastes. Plus there's something inherently symbolic about them being so hard and long-lasting. Diamonds are forever and all that. Still doesn't justify the price tag, obviously. I also think people are starting to branch out more with their choice of gems. My girlfriend has already made it crystal ;DD clear what gem she wants, and it's not a diamond.