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#31 - why didn't we take the offer?  [+] (9 new replies) 03/30/2015 on Time to learn about China +12
User avatar #78 - neokun (03/30/2015) [-]
Sleeper agents.
#70 - imjared (03/30/2015) [-]
>>#10
#55 - xxxos (03/30/2015) [-]
They would send only the ugly ones, and keep the best for themselves.
User avatar #44 - cossackwhoop (03/30/2015) [-]
You want us to end up like that shithole?
#35 - donfailed (03/30/2015) [-]
Because then a crap ton of us would have Chinese mothers. Trust me, you don't want a Chinese parent. Also, what makes you think they'd send the hot ones?
User avatar #273 - kaipo (03/30/2015) [-]
I'm Chinese, I can confirm you don't want a Chinese parent
User avatar #401 - lolme (03/31/2015) [-]
What the hell? I actually have my eyes open while you're half a sleep all day. So I think I'm a better visual judge than you thank you very much.

It's a joke, don't get your panties in a bunch.
#246 - anonymous (03/30/2015) [-]
like you white men know which are the hot ones.
#251 - donfailed (03/30/2015) [-]
Believe it or not, I'm a slant eye. Would you like a picture?
#13 - he's a pretty terrible president. hanging with celebrities kee… 03/30/2015 on Smooth -3
#11 - Picture 03/30/2015 on I need feminism.. +6
#15 - your parents are around you the most when you're that young. …  [+] (7 new replies) 03/30/2015 on Battle of The Cuntries 3 +51
User avatar #112 - namnori (03/30/2015) [-]
You're right but I think she would have started to sound american around the time she started school. My cousins moved to the US when they were 8, 9 and 12.. The only one who still sounds a tiny bit english is the eldest and he still says some words with an american accent
User avatar #113 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
her parents probably made her keep the accent up
or maybe she liked it and kept it up herself
User avatar #115 - namnori (03/30/2015) [-]
Fair point... or maybe the story is bullshit
User avatar #88 - policecopman (03/30/2015) [-]
The kid would have to be around the parents all the time for this to actually work. even then it would take more than just two people to give the child the accent. Even if the child watched television more than talking to his/her parents they would pick up the American accent
User avatar #26 - ieatbengay (03/30/2015) [-]
no... that's wrong... british celebrities living in america have children with american accents, a lot of them send them to british boarding schools to avoid it...
User avatar #34 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
did you even see all the variables I listed?
there are a bunch of factors here
obviously the parents in the story wanted her to have the accent and took steps to ensure it took hold
User avatar #35 - ieatbengay (03/30/2015) [-]
8)
#19 - "...when she was 13" you sick **** 03/30/2015 on Hot -2
#31 - my shower door is like that. the floor is built to direct the …  [+] (1 new reply) 03/30/2015 on comfy 0
User avatar #33 - carnivorouswalnut (03/30/2015) [-]
Oh. Smart.
#25 - go back to the future 03/30/2015 on How could you 0
#51 - I didn't mean to add in those arrows force of habit 03/30/2015 on respect -1
#50 - >"they didn't notice all the propaganda everywhere and…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/30/2015 on respect -5
User avatar #52 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
Oh my sweet summer child, do you really think the Nazis campaigned on the platform of "we're evil and we're going to kill all the Jews?" Nobody knew about concentration camps and genocide until after the war. The allies only figured it out when they started finding them after invading Germany.
The Nazi's fascist government did revive the broken economy of the Wiemar Republic, as well as eliminate unemployment and personal debt. Before the war began very few people knew about the insidious acts they would occur in the following years. From 1933-39 their popularity was unparalleled.
After the war began the allied propaganda (which I see you are so ready to present as the unequivocal truth) created an Anti-German and Anti-Nazi cultural attitude arguably greater than the Anti-Semitic one within Nazi Germany. Many native Germans across Europe had to flee to Nazi territories to avoid being lynched by Slavs, Poles, and others. Whether they liked the Nazis or not, millions of Germans had no other option than to seek refuge within Nazi Germany, or be tortured and killed in cold blood.

World War II was a dark and ugly time in Europe. For many, survival meant choosing the lesser of many great evils.
#117 - elsanna (03/30/2015) [-]
User avatar #51 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
I didn't mean to add in those arrows
force of habit
#19 - I love it 03/30/2015 on The Life and Times of Barry... +1
#47 - >"I'm not defending nazis, I'm defending hitler's sold…  [+] (5 new replies) 03/30/2015 on respect -9
User avatar #49 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
I'm not defending Nazis, I'm defending men and women of Germany who joined without realizing what they were getting into, joined because of political pressure, or joined to defend their homeland and their country when it was being invaded, raped, and pillaged by the Red Army. Good men and women who were never members of the Nazi party.

I capitalize Nazi because it is a proper noun. That's just correct grammar. Whether I respect them or not has nothing to do with it.
#50 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>"they didn't notice all the propaganda everywhere and all the nazis controlling everything, especially the military"
>"and then the nazis started pressuring them to join the nazis. how could they have know that meant joining the nazis?"
"other countries started attacking the nazis. they chose to stay in the country filled with nazis. they had no choice, but to fight with the nazis. otherwise, the russians would have killed all the nazis"
User avatar #52 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
Oh my sweet summer child, do you really think the Nazis campaigned on the platform of "we're evil and we're going to kill all the Jews?" Nobody knew about concentration camps and genocide until after the war. The allies only figured it out when they started finding them after invading Germany.
The Nazi's fascist government did revive the broken economy of the Wiemar Republic, as well as eliminate unemployment and personal debt. Before the war began very few people knew about the insidious acts they would occur in the following years. From 1933-39 their popularity was unparalleled.
After the war began the allied propaganda (which I see you are so ready to present as the unequivocal truth) created an Anti-German and Anti-Nazi cultural attitude arguably greater than the Anti-Semitic one within Nazi Germany. Many native Germans across Europe had to flee to Nazi territories to avoid being lynched by Slavs, Poles, and others. Whether they liked the Nazis or not, millions of Germans had no other option than to seek refuge within Nazi Germany, or be tortured and killed in cold blood.

World War II was a dark and ugly time in Europe. For many, survival meant choosing the lesser of many great evils.
#117 - elsanna (03/30/2015) [-]
User avatar #51 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
I didn't mean to add in those arrows
force of habit
#45 - >defending Nazis this isn't /pol/  [+] (7 new replies) 03/30/2015 on respect -11
User avatar #46 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
I'm not defending Nazis, I'm defending Germans.
#47 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>"I'm not defending nazis, I'm defending hitler's soldiers"
>capitalizing "nazis" as a respected proper noun
User avatar #49 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
I'm not defending Nazis, I'm defending men and women of Germany who joined without realizing what they were getting into, joined because of political pressure, or joined to defend their homeland and their country when it was being invaded, raped, and pillaged by the Red Army. Good men and women who were never members of the Nazi party.

I capitalize Nazi because it is a proper noun. That's just correct grammar. Whether I respect them or not has nothing to do with it.
#50 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>"they didn't notice all the propaganda everywhere and all the nazis controlling everything, especially the military"
>"and then the nazis started pressuring them to join the nazis. how could they have know that meant joining the nazis?"
"other countries started attacking the nazis. they chose to stay in the country filled with nazis. they had no choice, but to fight with the nazis. otherwise, the russians would have killed all the nazis"
User avatar #52 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
Oh my sweet summer child, do you really think the Nazis campaigned on the platform of "we're evil and we're going to kill all the Jews?" Nobody knew about concentration camps and genocide until after the war. The allies only figured it out when they started finding them after invading Germany.
The Nazi's fascist government did revive the broken economy of the Wiemar Republic, as well as eliminate unemployment and personal debt. Before the war began very few people knew about the insidious acts they would occur in the following years. From 1933-39 their popularity was unparalleled.
After the war began the allied propaganda (which I see you are so ready to present as the unequivocal truth) created an Anti-German and Anti-Nazi cultural attitude arguably greater than the Anti-Semitic one within Nazi Germany. Many native Germans across Europe had to flee to Nazi territories to avoid being lynched by Slavs, Poles, and others. Whether they liked the Nazis or not, millions of Germans had no other option than to seek refuge within Nazi Germany, or be tortured and killed in cold blood.

World War II was a dark and ugly time in Europe. For many, survival meant choosing the lesser of many great evils.
#117 - elsanna (03/30/2015) [-]
User avatar #51 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
I didn't mean to add in those arrows
force of habit
#43 - this concept only applies to evil  [+] (9 new replies) 03/30/2015 on respect -13
User avatar #44 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
and evil is a subjective concept. I think the US Military is evil. therefore, it applies to them too.

your opinion is trivial in this matter
#45 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>defending Nazis
this isn't /pol/
User avatar #46 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
I'm not defending Nazis, I'm defending Germans.
#47 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>"I'm not defending nazis, I'm defending hitler's soldiers"
>capitalizing "nazis" as a respected proper noun
User avatar #49 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
I'm not defending Nazis, I'm defending men and women of Germany who joined without realizing what they were getting into, joined because of political pressure, or joined to defend their homeland and their country when it was being invaded, raped, and pillaged by the Red Army. Good men and women who were never members of the Nazi party.

I capitalize Nazi because it is a proper noun. That's just correct grammar. Whether I respect them or not has nothing to do with it.
#50 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>"they didn't notice all the propaganda everywhere and all the nazis controlling everything, especially the military"
>"and then the nazis started pressuring them to join the nazis. how could they have know that meant joining the nazis?"
"other countries started attacking the nazis. they chose to stay in the country filled with nazis. they had no choice, but to fight with the nazis. otherwise, the russians would have killed all the nazis"
User avatar #52 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
Oh my sweet summer child, do you really think the Nazis campaigned on the platform of "we're evil and we're going to kill all the Jews?" Nobody knew about concentration camps and genocide until after the war. The allies only figured it out when they started finding them after invading Germany.
The Nazi's fascist government did revive the broken economy of the Wiemar Republic, as well as eliminate unemployment and personal debt. Before the war began very few people knew about the insidious acts they would occur in the following years. From 1933-39 their popularity was unparalleled.
After the war began the allied propaganda (which I see you are so ready to present as the unequivocal truth) created an Anti-German and Anti-Nazi cultural attitude arguably greater than the Anti-Semitic one within Nazi Germany. Many native Germans across Europe had to flee to Nazi territories to avoid being lynched by Slavs, Poles, and others. Whether they liked the Nazis or not, millions of Germans had no other option than to seek refuge within Nazi Germany, or be tortured and killed in cold blood.

World War II was a dark and ugly time in Europe. For many, survival meant choosing the lesser of many great evils.
#117 - elsanna (03/30/2015) [-]
User avatar #51 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
I didn't mean to add in those arrows
force of habit
#40 - if they were fighting for nazis, they were nazis  [+] (12 new replies) 03/30/2015 on respect -10
#94 - ohanzii (03/30/2015) [-]
The Wehrmacht was the German Military, they weren't necessarily affiliated with the political views of Nazi's, the SS were however.
User avatar #41 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
So by your logic all soldiers in all branches of the US army agree with and support the Democrats and The Obama administration they are in service to.

I think half a million soldiers might want to have a word with you.
User avatar #43 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
this concept only applies to evil
User avatar #44 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
and evil is a subjective concept. I think the US Military is evil. therefore, it applies to them too.

your opinion is trivial in this matter
#45 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>defending Nazis
this isn't /pol/
User avatar #46 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
I'm not defending Nazis, I'm defending Germans.
#47 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>"I'm not defending nazis, I'm defending hitler's soldiers"
>capitalizing "nazis" as a respected proper noun
User avatar #49 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
I'm not defending Nazis, I'm defending men and women of Germany who joined without realizing what they were getting into, joined because of political pressure, or joined to defend their homeland and their country when it was being invaded, raped, and pillaged by the Red Army. Good men and women who were never members of the Nazi party.

I capitalize Nazi because it is a proper noun. That's just correct grammar. Whether I respect them or not has nothing to do with it.
#50 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>"they didn't notice all the propaganda everywhere and all the nazis controlling everything, especially the military"
>"and then the nazis started pressuring them to join the nazis. how could they have know that meant joining the nazis?"
"other countries started attacking the nazis. they chose to stay in the country filled with nazis. they had no choice, but to fight with the nazis. otherwise, the russians would have killed all the nazis"
User avatar #52 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
Oh my sweet summer child, do you really think the Nazis campaigned on the platform of "we're evil and we're going to kill all the Jews?" Nobody knew about concentration camps and genocide until after the war. The allies only figured it out when they started finding them after invading Germany.
The Nazi's fascist government did revive the broken economy of the Wiemar Republic, as well as eliminate unemployment and personal debt. Before the war began very few people knew about the insidious acts they would occur in the following years. From 1933-39 their popularity was unparalleled.
After the war began the allied propaganda (which I see you are so ready to present as the unequivocal truth) created an Anti-German and Anti-Nazi cultural attitude arguably greater than the Anti-Semitic one within Nazi Germany. Many native Germans across Europe had to flee to Nazi territories to avoid being lynched by Slavs, Poles, and others. Whether they liked the Nazis or not, millions of Germans had no other option than to seek refuge within Nazi Germany, or be tortured and killed in cold blood.

World War II was a dark and ugly time in Europe. For many, survival meant choosing the lesser of many great evils.
#117 - elsanna (03/30/2015) [-]
User avatar #51 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
I didn't mean to add in those arrows
force of habit
#30 - you're saying that a german soldier in the german military dur…  [+] (15 new replies) 03/30/2015 on respect -6
User avatar #37 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
The Nazi Party was a political party. Thats like saying all US soldiers are Democrats for fighting in the army in a war started by a Democrat-run government. sure some of them may be Democrats, but not all of them.
#118 - firesky (03/30/2015) [-]
Which one was started by the democrats? I'm loosing track in the last couple of years.
#40 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
if they were fighting for nazis, they were nazis
#94 - ohanzii (03/30/2015) [-]
The Wehrmacht was the German Military, they weren't necessarily affiliated with the political views of Nazi's, the SS were however.
User avatar #41 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
So by your logic all soldiers in all branches of the US army agree with and support the Democrats and The Obama administration they are in service to.

I think half a million soldiers might want to have a word with you.
User avatar #43 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
this concept only applies to evil
User avatar #44 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
and evil is a subjective concept. I think the US Military is evil. therefore, it applies to them too.

your opinion is trivial in this matter
#45 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>defending Nazis
this isn't /pol/
User avatar #46 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
I'm not defending Nazis, I'm defending Germans.
#47 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>"I'm not defending nazis, I'm defending hitler's soldiers"
>capitalizing "nazis" as a respected proper noun
User avatar #49 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
I'm not defending Nazis, I'm defending men and women of Germany who joined without realizing what they were getting into, joined because of political pressure, or joined to defend their homeland and their country when it was being invaded, raped, and pillaged by the Red Army. Good men and women who were never members of the Nazi party.

I capitalize Nazi because it is a proper noun. That's just correct grammar. Whether I respect them or not has nothing to do with it.
#50 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>"they didn't notice all the propaganda everywhere and all the nazis controlling everything, especially the military"
>"and then the nazis started pressuring them to join the nazis. how could they have know that meant joining the nazis?"
"other countries started attacking the nazis. they chose to stay in the country filled with nazis. they had no choice, but to fight with the nazis. otherwise, the russians would have killed all the nazis"
User avatar #52 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
Oh my sweet summer child, do you really think the Nazis campaigned on the platform of "we're evil and we're going to kill all the Jews?" Nobody knew about concentration camps and genocide until after the war. The allies only figured it out when they started finding them after invading Germany.
The Nazi's fascist government did revive the broken economy of the Wiemar Republic, as well as eliminate unemployment and personal debt. Before the war began very few people knew about the insidious acts they would occur in the following years. From 1933-39 their popularity was unparalleled.
After the war began the allied propaganda (which I see you are so ready to present as the unequivocal truth) created an Anti-German and Anti-Nazi cultural attitude arguably greater than the Anti-Semitic one within Nazi Germany. Many native Germans across Europe had to flee to Nazi territories to avoid being lynched by Slavs, Poles, and others. Whether they liked the Nazis or not, millions of Germans had no other option than to seek refuge within Nazi Germany, or be tortured and killed in cold blood.

World War II was a dark and ugly time in Europe. For many, survival meant choosing the lesser of many great evils.
#117 - elsanna (03/30/2015) [-]
User avatar #51 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
I didn't mean to add in those arrows
force of habit
#28 - YFW the old man walks out speaking German  [+] (20 new replies) 03/30/2015 on respect +208
User avatar #98 - scorcho (03/30/2015) [-]
"Danke für mein neues reichsPhone 88!"
User avatar #61 - davidavidson (03/30/2015) [-]
You gave me a fucking chuckle
#29 - gigabowzer (03/30/2015) [-]
**gigabowzer used "*roll picture*"**
**gigabowzer rolled image** Not all German soldiers were NAZIs.
#42 - mrjweezy (03/30/2015) [-]
User avatar #30 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
you're saying that a german soldier in the german military during WWII might not have been a nazi?
wat?
User avatar #37 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
The Nazi Party was a political party. Thats like saying all US soldiers are Democrats for fighting in the army in a war started by a Democrat-run government. sure some of them may be Democrats, but not all of them.
#118 - firesky (03/30/2015) [-]
Which one was started by the democrats? I'm loosing track in the last couple of years.
#40 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
if they were fighting for nazis, they were nazis
#94 - ohanzii (03/30/2015) [-]
The Wehrmacht was the German Military, they weren't necessarily affiliated with the political views of Nazi's, the SS were however.
User avatar #41 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
So by your logic all soldiers in all branches of the US army agree with and support the Democrats and The Obama administration they are in service to.

I think half a million soldiers might want to have a word with you.
User avatar #43 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
this concept only applies to evil
User avatar #44 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
and evil is a subjective concept. I think the US Military is evil. therefore, it applies to them too.

your opinion is trivial in this matter
#45 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>defending Nazis
this isn't /pol/
User avatar #46 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
I'm not defending Nazis, I'm defending Germans.
#47 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>"I'm not defending nazis, I'm defending hitler's soldiers"
>capitalizing "nazis" as a respected proper noun
User avatar #49 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
I'm not defending Nazis, I'm defending men and women of Germany who joined without realizing what they were getting into, joined because of political pressure, or joined to defend their homeland and their country when it was being invaded, raped, and pillaged by the Red Army. Good men and women who were never members of the Nazi party.

I capitalize Nazi because it is a proper noun. That's just correct grammar. Whether I respect them or not has nothing to do with it.
#50 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
>"they didn't notice all the propaganda everywhere and all the nazis controlling everything, especially the military"
>"and then the nazis started pressuring them to join the nazis. how could they have know that meant joining the nazis?"
"other countries started attacking the nazis. they chose to stay in the country filled with nazis. they had no choice, but to fight with the nazis. otherwise, the russians would have killed all the nazis"
User avatar #52 - inconspicuousguy (03/30/2015) [-]
Oh my sweet summer child, do you really think the Nazis campaigned on the platform of "we're evil and we're going to kill all the Jews?" Nobody knew about concentration camps and genocide until after the war. The allies only figured it out when they started finding them after invading Germany.
The Nazi's fascist government did revive the broken economy of the Wiemar Republic, as well as eliminate unemployment and personal debt. Before the war began very few people knew about the insidious acts they would occur in the following years. From 1933-39 their popularity was unparalleled.
After the war began the allied propaganda (which I see you are so ready to present as the unequivocal truth) created an Anti-German and Anti-Nazi cultural attitude arguably greater than the Anti-Semitic one within Nazi Germany. Many native Germans across Europe had to flee to Nazi territories to avoid being lynched by Slavs, Poles, and others. Whether they liked the Nazis or not, millions of Germans had no other option than to seek refuge within Nazi Germany, or be tortured and killed in cold blood.

World War II was a dark and ugly time in Europe. For many, survival meant choosing the lesser of many great evils.
#117 - elsanna (03/30/2015) [-]
User avatar #51 - sherlockbatman (03/30/2015) [-]
I didn't mean to add in those arrows
force of habit
#87 - that is the ugliest chick I've ever seen. some people hav…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/30/2015 on Trigger Warning +27
#121 - anonymous (03/30/2015) [-]
that my friend is the other form of trap FTM female to male. idk why this shit is happening a lot now seems more like a fad now. oooo im depressed and feel unique better change my body lol
User avatar #192 - Ruspanic (03/30/2015) [-]
Probably because it's more socially acceptable than ever before and the surgery/hormone treatment is more easily available, not to mention safer and more effective than before.
User avatar #420 - luewyn (03/30/2015) [-]
I've been trying to legally get hormones for more than 4 years and I still haven't got it. It's NOT easily available in Norway atleast....
User avatar #422 - Ruspanic (03/30/2015) [-]
But it's much more easily available than it used to be, at least. I was just trying to explain why "this shit is happening a lot now", as anon put it.
#86 - Picture 03/30/2015 on Trigger Warning +2
#85 - Comment deleted 03/30/2015 on Trigger Warning +1
#3 - but the dicks are still clearly there so there's still that  [+] (1 new reply) 03/30/2015 on little green line +2
#5 - noitsbecky (03/30/2015) [-]
I zoomed in. Can confirm.
#45 - that sure narrows it down 03/30/2015 on finales 0
#133 - can't even see the toast past the butter 03/29/2015 on Daily Exercise 0
#153 - A chef's knives aren't weapons they're for creating food, … 03/29/2015 on Paprika to the eyes +3
#24 - that's cabbage  [+] (2 new replies) 03/29/2015 on Greentext Trigger +4
User avatar #45 - thefunnyside (03/29/2015) [-]
no that's becky
#63 - TonHyukOTP (03/29/2015) [-]
#15 - Have I ever told you about the Mbaka?  [+] (5 new replies) 03/29/2015 on nowaay +3
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#18 - skinnyhead (03/29/2015) [-]
sauce?
User avatar #19 - fennis (03/29/2015) [-]
Blade Runner (1982)

^>(Rutger Hauer)
#20 - skinnyhead (03/29/2015) [-]
I reward you with a goat
#21 - fennis (03/29/2015) [-]
rightly to be great

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User avatar #7 - porridgesque (04/16/2012) [-]
You've sent me flying into laughter.

Thanks bro,
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Hey you. Do you want to celebrate my birthday with me?
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Mmm. Floor cake.
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