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Does playing chess make you create stupid topics?
Well Eric, you just made a stupid topic so I guess you have answered yourself.
And you got the joke. Congratulations!
no, seeing other stupid topics about chess making you stupid makes you post stupid topics.
I thought about your statement for a couple minutes, got a headache and threw up. Congratulations.
maybe stupid topics cause stupid comments
The only way you may be forgiven is by creating your own thread tributing this one.
No, look at my topics.
so, what would I title the thread?
Based on your earlier headache inducing post, I think you will create a better one than I could ever suggest.
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