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#456 - **nagelbites used "*roll picture*"** **nagelbites rolled image **  [+] (1 reply) 02/28/2016 on Weapon to defend against admin 0
#459 - nagelbites (02/28/2016) [-]
Got the first weakness!
#13 - Picture  [+] (1 reply) 02/14/2016 on It's very simple +2
#17 - anonymousfinn (02/14/2016) [-]
Although it's nice of you to have linked the article, I don't recommend people actually clicking it. First it tells you that it can be addictive. Then the next 4 pages that you have to click on individually explain badly how exactly it is addictive and that you still don't need to worry about the addiction really, this is exactly the type of clickbaiting bullshit you'd expect from an article about dying your hair as long as you take care of your hair.
Page number 6 says that it boosts confidence, page 7 quotes a study that found it boosts confidence and once I'd read the page 7 I got fed up and closed the page.
1/10, would only recommend reading it if you're actually fanatic about dying your hair.