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#9 - are you ******* stupid? you think you can just come in here an…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/24/2016 on Skittles masterrace +41
#28 - dezzka (18 hours ago) [-]
you fatherfucker I know what you can do with those fucking gay ass orange and yellow skittles you can shove them up your ass and they'd make headlines stating "first skittles to walk on the surface of some faggot's anus" but you don't deserve that pleasure instead you need to listen up here don't think that red skittles aren't where it's at well I'll have you know that red is also the color or period blood which comes from vaginas something that you wouldn't even know about and yellow and orange is the color of the chicken ramen I threw up one day because I decided that putting Tabasco in it would make it more delicious but ti tasted like shit just like how orange and yellow taste like what they don't; good, so you can't fucking top me in pulling off your dick to wipe it across a comment text box in order to come up with some shitty ass argument about how orange and yellow skittles are the best out of all the other obviously much more flavorful rainbow colored treat pieces that are ruined with the colors of piss and a fruit nobody even likes to say they are the master races of all skittles would be an insult to all the other superior skittle colors but you just had to suck cock harder than your mother on a rooster farm who cares if you want to kill off the red skittles bitch red is the color of communism a form of government that it's economically succeeding evidence has show it can kick your ass if you talk jack shit about red or skittles or especially red skittles so back the fuck off me or I will make sure the next batch of skittles will be dyed red with your fucking blood I hope you catch my fucking drift you nigger.
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#89 - stillnotbob (6 hours ago) [-]
That was a roller coaster from beginning to end.

WEW LAD
#13 - anon (23 hours ago) [-]
well I'm a red skittle and what the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I’ve been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I’m the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the fuck out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You’re fucking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that’s just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Marine Corps and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little “clever” comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn’t, you didn’t, and now you’re paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shit fury all over you and you will drown in it. You’re fucking dead, kiddo.
#6 - well those are the more common sizes yeah but occasionally you… 05/24/2016 on She will do 0
#3 - I've also got nothing 05/24/2016 on Selkie 779 +2
#153 - First off I know that trying to shift the burden of proof is s… 05/24/2016 on /v/irgin sums up the movie... 0
#26 - Oh he's back, I was worried jk admin, I luv u bb 05/24/2016 on these ran me $58 to make +2
#151 - if you can manage to actually disprove god then sure but good …  [+] (2 new replies) 05/24/2016 on /v/irgin sums up the movie... 0
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#152 - popeflatus (05/24/2016) [-]
Shaking off the burden of proof as you say is just firmly denying reality. Different Christian denominations believe different things yet there is no evidence for the truth of the religion.

What we do know is that the Genesis stories are mythology and that the gospels were written many decades after the alleged events and that were not from eyewitnesses at all.

We know that all ancient human civilizations invented gods to create a strong social identity and to keep people lawful by scaring them that their gods were watching and vengeful.

Even the Bible god, YHWH is a minor Canaanite deity that existed before the first Israelites. I'm sorry, but you can pretend that the Bible is real all you like, but in reality it is simply not true.
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#153 - yunoavailable (05/24/2016) [-]
First off I know that trying to shift the burden of proof is silly. I was saying that people often ask athiests to prove god doesn't exist because it's essentially impossible to do that. truly disproving something as nebulous as a religion is not an easy task.
Secondly I'm not convinced that the bible is true necessarily, I'm convinced that god in some form exists.
Finally I realize there is no objective proof for religion and I have addressed that. There is really no need to bring it up again.
I realize that I'm not going to convince you that God exists because even if I told you what I had experienced you would not believe it and that's okay. I don't make a habit of believing unlikely stories on the internet either. The only point of this is to say that I realize that objectively and without personal evidence there is no reason to believe God exists but that I am not believing in a religion blindly; I and some others actually do have experiences that strongly point towards the existence of a god and while I respect and understand the fact that you don't that does not make me some sort of absolute fool who is denying reality to comfort myself. If you disagree with that then okay, whatever, I suppose I wasn't likely to change someone's mind over the internet anyways. either way thank you for a fairly civil and thoughtful conversation.
#25 - more like who was he, he was a pathetic loser and the thought …  [+] (2 new replies) 05/23/2016 on Robot gets cucked hard -1
#42 - anon (05/23/2016) [-]
Or.. OR... he actually thought he made a connection with her beyond "put the p in the v". Because, you know, women are more than just walking vaginas.
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#54 - catburglarpenis (05/23/2016) [-]
> one kiss
> connection

This is a mental disorder

Thankfully it's /b/ so no one is surprised
#21 - I would assume bars, clubs, and parties primarily since he's d… 05/23/2016 on /pol/ack gets a haircut +3
#99 - Yes and I have evidence that I have witnessed that is sufficie…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/23/2016 on /v/irgin sums up the movie... +2
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#148 - popeflatus (05/24/2016) [-]
Would you change your mind if shown evidence to disprove what you believe?
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#151 - yunoavailable (05/24/2016) [-]
if you can manage to actually disprove god then sure but good luck with that. there's a reason that Christians always try to shake off the burden of proof and it's because disproving God is extremely difficult due to the nature of Him being primarily unseen, all powerful, and supernatural
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#152 - popeflatus (05/24/2016) [-]
Shaking off the burden of proof as you say is just firmly denying reality. Different Christian denominations believe different things yet there is no evidence for the truth of the religion.

What we do know is that the Genesis stories are mythology and that the gospels were written many decades after the alleged events and that were not from eyewitnesses at all.

We know that all ancient human civilizations invented gods to create a strong social identity and to keep people lawful by scaring them that their gods were watching and vengeful.

Even the Bible god, YHWH is a minor Canaanite deity that existed before the first Israelites. I'm sorry, but you can pretend that the Bible is real all you like, but in reality it is simply not true.
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#153 - yunoavailable (05/24/2016) [-]
First off I know that trying to shift the burden of proof is silly. I was saying that people often ask athiests to prove god doesn't exist because it's essentially impossible to do that. truly disproving something as nebulous as a religion is not an easy task.
Secondly I'm not convinced that the bible is true necessarily, I'm convinced that god in some form exists.
Finally I realize there is no objective proof for religion and I have addressed that. There is really no need to bring it up again.
I realize that I'm not going to convince you that God exists because even if I told you what I had experienced you would not believe it and that's okay. I don't make a habit of believing unlikely stories on the internet either. The only point of this is to say that I realize that objectively and without personal evidence there is no reason to believe God exists but that I am not believing in a religion blindly; I and some others actually do have experiences that strongly point towards the existence of a god and while I respect and understand the fact that you don't that does not make me some sort of absolute fool who is denying reality to comfort myself. If you disagree with that then okay, whatever, I suppose I wasn't likely to change someone's mind over the internet anyways. either way thank you for a fairly civil and thoughtful conversation.
#21 - as a christian that film is a still an absolute joke. If those…  [+] (46 new replies) 05/23/2016 on /v/irgin sums up the movie... +30
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#23 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
"The sooner people realize that there is no way to scientifically/logically prove the existence of God the better."

More like the sooner people realize that you need evidence to believe in things the better.
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#99 - yunoavailable (05/23/2016) [-]
Yes and I have evidence that I have witnessed that is sufficient for me to believe that there is a god or some sort of supernatural force. However I am fully aware that this evidence is anecdotal it's not a large, random, and unbiased group of people being carefully observed in a setting with as many other variables as possible held constant and not able to be proven in a lab type setting.
I understand that I do not have hard proof which is why I don't try to prove that God exists because it's silly to try to prove something without hard objective facts. I also don't try to argue with the facts that are obviously true like the fact that the earth was created 4.5 billion years ago because we can see from the way the world around us is formed that that is true. I don't try to tell everyone that they are required to live in a way that conforms to my religion because if they don't believe in it why should they follow it. What I do do is firmly believe based on the experiences I have seen with my own eyes and the ones my close friends and family have personally seen that God is real and He does interact with this world. I'm not asking you to believe me all I'm asking is that you realize that not everyone just believes because mommy and daddy told them it was real and they feel good during worship service. I went through my own 3-year struggle of deciding if there was enough evidence out there to actually justify believing in the God I had spent most of my childhood being told was real.
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#148 - popeflatus (05/24/2016) [-]
Would you change your mind if shown evidence to disprove what you believe?
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#151 - yunoavailable (05/24/2016) [-]
if you can manage to actually disprove god then sure but good luck with that. there's a reason that Christians always try to shake off the burden of proof and it's because disproving God is extremely difficult due to the nature of Him being primarily unseen, all powerful, and supernatural
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#152 - popeflatus (05/24/2016) [-]
Shaking off the burden of proof as you say is just firmly denying reality. Different Christian denominations believe different things yet there is no evidence for the truth of the religion.

What we do know is that the Genesis stories are mythology and that the gospels were written many decades after the alleged events and that were not from eyewitnesses at all.

We know that all ancient human civilizations invented gods to create a strong social identity and to keep people lawful by scaring them that their gods were watching and vengeful.

Even the Bible god, YHWH is a minor Canaanite deity that existed before the first Israelites. I'm sorry, but you can pretend that the Bible is real all you like, but in reality it is simply not true.
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#153 - yunoavailable (05/24/2016) [-]
First off I know that trying to shift the burden of proof is silly. I was saying that people often ask athiests to prove god doesn't exist because it's essentially impossible to do that. truly disproving something as nebulous as a religion is not an easy task.
Secondly I'm not convinced that the bible is true necessarily, I'm convinced that god in some form exists.
Finally I realize there is no objective proof for religion and I have addressed that. There is really no need to bring it up again.
I realize that I'm not going to convince you that God exists because even if I told you what I had experienced you would not believe it and that's okay. I don't make a habit of believing unlikely stories on the internet either. The only point of this is to say that I realize that objectively and without personal evidence there is no reason to believe God exists but that I am not believing in a religion blindly; I and some others actually do have experiences that strongly point towards the existence of a god and while I respect and understand the fact that you don't that does not make me some sort of absolute fool who is denying reality to comfort myself. If you disagree with that then okay, whatever, I suppose I wasn't likely to change someone's mind over the internet anyways. either way thank you for a fairly civil and thoughtful conversation.
#79 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
"The experiments have to be reproducible independently and so must be decided on by all parties."

So basically no one can decide this since it is completely arbitrary and subjective.
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#80 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
It's not subjective. We need to see the supposed evidence first and what form it takes. Claims get made regarding prophecy, faces in toast to all sorts of healings. It depends on each individual claim.
#81 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
"It's not subjective"
"It depends on each individual claim."

I'll let you process this for a second.

Is there an objective way of setting standards of evidence? Yes or no?
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#85 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
If I wasnt clear I meant that each claim is independently assessed and then objective criteria are drawn up.

Yes there is. Evidence must be empirical and testable and hence falsifiable. If the claims don't have these then they don't count as evidence. It's a scientific test essentially.
#86 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
Okay. So, how many tests should we run to know whether or not air has weight?
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#87 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
Several.

Then other scientists will have to independently test our work.
#54 - anon (05/23/2016) [-]
You don't need evidence to believe something, dipshit. And, as a Christian, I think any Christian who attempts to "prove" the existence of God is an idiot. We can't prove that shit, that's the whole point of the fucking "faith" aspect of our religion.
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#103 - infinitereaper (05/23/2016) [-]
Problem with faith is you can literally have faith in anything.
False pattern recognition. That''s basically where religion comes from.
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#58 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
Faith is a part of many religions, even ones that existed for 1000s of years before Christianity. I can "believe" that the Earth is flat but I will still always be wrong!

Is calling me a "dipshit" and example of turning the other cheek? Login if you really want a reply.
#108 - anon (05/23/2016) [-]
I am completely honest. You are the biggest fucking twat on the entire site. You cant just let people believe in what they want you have to go full fucking cringe ass neckbeard and "disprove" it. Answer me this. Scientist claim that the big bang was caused by a flaming ball shooting through space that exploded. Where did that come from? Once you provide solid evidence i will stop but until then you will be nothing but a worthless neckbeard shit.
#150 - popeflatus (05/24/2016) [-]
Thanks for the insults.

People can of course believe what ever they like but often they believe in things for bad reasons. All I do is try to get people to question their beliefs and to look for the evidence before deciding what is true.

Many people are indoctrinated into religion from birth and often have not had the chance to be critical of what they've been taught. The internet is obviously a free market of ideas and sometimes you'll be challenged and confronted. You can't let yourself get triggered.

Scientists do not "claim that the big bang was caused by a flaming ball shooting through space that exploded."

The Big Bang was an event that we have measured to have occurred about 13.8 billion years ago. At this time the entire universe burst into existence. This was not only where all matter and energy originated but space and time itself began then too.

Just because we don't know "where it came from" does not mean that you can just say that God did it. That provides no explanation and has no evidence to support it. There are many working hypotheses that are being developed, one of which is M-theory.

In science you have to follow the evidence to the conclusions and not decide in advance what you want to believe. Many religious people have already concluded that their god is the true god and then try to work backwards. This is illogical and unscientific.

The people who make the claims have the burden to prove them.
#117 - shrimpcake (05/23/2016) [-]
Thats just one of many theorys scientists have put forward, they probobly argue with each other more than you argue with us over this. Also you're an anon enough said
#92 - durkadurka (05/23/2016) [-]
>Log in if you really want a reply
#26 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
Well, unfortunately for you, you cannot force people to believe what you want them to believe.
#95 - anon (05/23/2016) [-]
I think you might be the dumbest person on this website

I'm impressed, good job
#96 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
>"you might be the dumbest person on this site"
>is the dumbest person on this site

yfw
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#27 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
Who said anything about forcing? It's just illogical to believe far-fetched stories without evidence.
#29 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
Yes, but people might disagree with your belief that it is "illogical to believe in far-fetched stories without evidence".
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#31 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
Logic is not a belief.
#33 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
Are you retarded?

Logic is good reasoning, but believing something to be illogical is... It's... It's a belief.

This is the most tautological thing I've said in my whole life. I feel dirty.

Fuck you, you fucking autist for making me say that.
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#35 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
Don't get salty, friend. We can use logic to teach people why it is a bad idea to believe in things without evidence. Ideally we just don't teach them bullshit in the first place.
#37 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
Why don't you use this "logic" to teach me why it is a bad idea to believe in things without evidence?
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#38 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
The burden of proof Really?
#40 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
I don't want you to regurgitate all the propaganda you've been fed throughout your life. I want you to explain in your own words, to construct an argument for why it is a "bad idea" (term in want of a definition) to believe in things without evidence.

What is sufficient evidence for believing in something? What is necessary evidence for believing in something?

Should you believe that you will die one day since every other human being has died so far? Is it possible for you to be an exception to this very general rule?
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#43 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
Why do you need me to explain it to you?

It's quite simple really. If someone makes a claim then they have to prove it. If I say I have a pet fairy, I need to prove that. It is not up to you to disprove my claim. We of course have no evidence anywhere for fairies so the evidence presented must be sufficient to show that they are in fact real.

God's are a lot like fairies. There is no evidence for them whatsoever and most of their stories come from pre-scientific peoples who didn't even know where the sun went at night. These stories were invented to explain the world around them and have been obviously superseded by modern science.

So If you claim something about gods, you have to prove it or your claim gets dismissed.

Just like my fairy.
#46 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
I'm not asking you to explain the concept of the burden of proof, dipshit. I'm getting tired of tards like you who come in all chanting about how "logical" they are because they have qualiasoup videos. "Look at me! I've invented hot water!"

I want you to explain why is it, as you stated, a "bad idea" to believe in something without evidence.
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#56 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
Speaking in favor of logic is a good thing! After all it is what has led us out of the Stone Age and into this modern world or conveniences and delights!

Obviously it is a bad idea to believe the witch doctor can cure your cancer or the fortune teller will know the lotto numbers. These are just two "claims without evidence" that are very bad. If you want to be separated from your money and possibly your life, we can see that following these evidenceless claims is clearly bad.

Claims about modern biology and medicine however are based on empirical evidence and so we can determine what will work and what won't.

And as far calling me a "tard", well, you're the one who being schooled by said tard.

Hope that helped, guy!
#60 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
Your first paragraph is irrelevant to the question.

How about believing something fallacious after being provided evidence? Like anti-vaxers or the like?

You're not schooling anyone. I'm just managing to get you to expose your level of retardation for everyone to see on the internet.
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#62 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
First paragraph is just to set the tone for the answer.

As for people that continue to believe: we discourage it and eventually the belief will recede -like witchcraft.

I'm not sure that you're doing much exposing. You're using childlike insults during a discussion that could've been somewhat useful.

Are you religious?
#69 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
>>#68

Then go, retard. Provide an example of one way to establish the criteria of evidence for any kind of experiment.
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#73 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
Lol. You're a wonderful person!

How about let's see if air has weight. We fill a balloon with air and weigh it then let the air out and weigh it again. If there is a difference then the air has weight.

That's how we're establishing our criteria because all matter that we've observed thus far has mass and hence weigh something. This is confirmed by our current atomic theories and so is a good criteria to use to see if air has weight.
#100 - justabass (05/23/2016) [-]
I just wanted to congratulate you for remaining relatively calm and eloquent. You spoke quite well and intelligently, and your video was pretty good too!
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#149 - popeflatus (05/24/2016) [-]
Thanks mate.
#75 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
Thank you.

Who decides if the criteria is sufficient?
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#77 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
The experiments have to be reproducible independently and so must be decided on by all parties. The people making the god claims must also have to concede points when they are shown to be wrong. Virtually all the claims that I've seen over the years with regard to the supernatural have had mundane explanations. These must be understood by the claim makers for any progress to be made.
#63 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
Bravo for setting the tone of autism.

My point is that they did get evidence for their retarded beliefs. My question is what is the standard of evidence that you think is required? Is there an objective norm? Do you get to decide what the norm is? Or does Obama?

No comment; statement was too retarded.

Nope.
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#66 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
Is this another question where you can't look it up for yourself? I'm not in the mood for chatting with his royal rudeness right now.
#129 - rererererere (05/23/2016) [-]
i like you

calm and polite

Would love to have discussions with you; but i fear we would agree on too many things; leaving almost nothing to discuss about
#67 - migueldecervantes (05/23/2016) [-]
There is no answer to that question, you autistic faggot. That's my point.
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#68 - popeflatus (05/23/2016) [-]
No way to establish criteria for evidence for a claimed phenomena? You're not even trying. Insult me some more, friend, you're making yourself feel big and important.
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#272 - admin (12/18/2015) [-]
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#273 to #272 - yunoavailable ONLINE (12/18/2015) [-]
thnks fam
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#254 - syfygeek ONLINE (10/26/2014) [-]
Gasai yuno?
#255 to #254 - yunoavailable ONLINE (10/26/2014) [-]
nope. thanks for the bread
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#247 to #246 - yunoavailable ONLINE (06/20/2014) [-]
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#245 to #244 - yunoavailable ONLINE (02/06/2014) [-]
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#241 - ied (01/05/2014) [-]
gib badges
#242 to #241 - yunoavailable ONLINE (01/05/2014) [-]
but i liek my badges
I only trade badges for other badges
#243 to #242 - ied (01/05/2014) [-]
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#237 - dinodinosaur (12/22/2013) [-]
Can I buy your Fab badges? I can swap other badges like angelic, brony hooves, and demonic
#239 to #237 - yunoavailable ONLINE (12/22/2013) [-]
sure, I am just collecting any kind of badge. send a request
#238 to #237 - dinodinosaur (12/22/2013) [-]
I can also swap red gears for green
#240 to #238 - yunoavailable ONLINE (12/22/2013) [-]
sure, that sounds fine