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Sit-ins. Walk-outs. Smashing up the headquarters of a major political party. Chaining yourself to the railings outside your local sweet shop because they changed Marathons to Snickers. How have you stuck it to The Man?

(, Thu 11 Nov 2010, 12:24)
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The Apple shop ran out of iPads.
I sat outside and repeatedly set myself on fire, all the while screeching invocations to Cthulhu, pleading him to drive all those inside insane. Eventually, with a wet 'schlurp' sound and a torrent of blood and faeces, the manager relented and gave me his personal, platinum-inlaid unit, pulling it violently from his rectum. Elated, I pranced home in a cloud of eldritch turpentine-smelling smoke, cradling my prize in my wizened claws. It felt amazing, having fought for a just cause and defeated the Man. Standing outside my home was a small crowd of indigents, holding handwritten signs protesting their eviction by the government. I kicked several of them out of the way and forced the door open. As I closed it, one of them grabbed me. His eyes streamed tears as he piteously begged me for shelter. I turned up the volume on my shiny toy and pulled the door to, severing his arm at the elbow. Fucking lower classes... Still, the claw-like hand makes a nice stand for my glittering porn appliance. On-on!
(, Sat 13 Nov 2010, 15:54, 6 replies)
Exactly the same thing used to happen to me a lot before! I managed to kick this particular habit though.
(, Sat 13 Nov 2010, 16:07, closed)
You are God.
(, Sat 13 Nov 2010, 16:18, closed)
But you did lose me at "laminated vulva"...
(, Sat 13 Nov 2010, 17:15, closed)
Women who laminate their vulva are 68.1% less likely to undergo an involuntary quimpendectomy after the age of 37. TRUFAX
(, Sat 13 Nov 2010, 17:42, closed)
"repeatedly set myself on fire"
Did you keep going out?
(, Sat 13 Nov 2010, 18:52, closed)
It was more a sequential, limb-by-limb procedure.

(, Sat 13 Nov 2010, 19:57, closed)

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