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All the nice pictures I used to have in here died due to neglect.

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(Mon 26th Sep 2005, 6:34, More)

a friendly reminder about the importance of dental hygiene

(Mon 18th Apr 2005, 7:42, More)

happy mr. sun

good heavens, I've been FP'ed! Thanks!
(Wed 21st Apr 2004, 7:54, More)

Best answers to questions:

» World's Sickest Joke

what's worse than 10 babies stapled to a tree?
One baby stapled to 10 trees.
(Thu 9th Sep 2004, 18:20, More)

» Pure Ignorance

to respond
to the Mcdonalds comment below, I used to work at a McD's, and the reason all the poor kids ask "do you mean -official name of item-" is because 99% of the time, inbred fat fucks come through, saying "yeh, can I git a burger with the drink, and no stuff, with extra green things....*belch*"
and if they ask for a chocolate flurry, they could mean any number of things, and the one time that you assume that they mean the obvious thing, and don't ask, they didn't mean that, and instead are fucking retarded and apparently use random adjectives to describe what they want.
So when a McD's employee asks what you want, just take pride in the fact that you are in the 1% who isn't an idiot, and remember that 99% of the time, their query is justified.

(Mon 10th Jan 2005, 1:36, More)

» Inventions You're Too Lazy To Make

Light sensitive windows.
Like those sunglasses that change from totally see through to dark when you go out into the light, except with windows. And not on your face. And they wouldn't go anywhere, they'd just respond to the weather.
(Thu 8th Apr 2004, 5:57, More)

» Inventions You're Too Lazy To Make

A spring loaded frying pan
which would have a little pan on top of the standard pan, separated by a spring. When one side of your pancakes are cooked to deliciousness, press a button and *kafwango!* the spring goes, cakes flip, pan goes back, and cakes land other side down. Its genius I tells ya.
(Thu 8th Apr 2004, 5:50, More)

» Teenage Poetry

it was simply:
Now and Here
(Thu 11th Aug 2005, 17:14, More)
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