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Well, that was a veritable word tower...
Uh-oh, "ad hominem" and "strawman" in one post. Those critical thinking seminars are mining some rich veins for sure.
"Rich veins...?" Is that another way of calling me a fat-ass? I knew the salesperson lied when i asked how these jeans made me look!
Actually, your pic doesn't make you look fat at all. Unlike mine...
Have you looked at my base? It's the jeans, i tell ya!
Okay, so maybe you do have a little bit of shelf booty. But try having your head be the widest part of your body sometime (it's hell, I tell ya).
You have a point there. I was about to go on about the shine on my hairless head, but the dark rings around your eyes take the cake.
Yeah, it was a lot more fun getting them than it is having them.
In that game 12fxg3 would've been wiser:
or before it.
I was banned
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