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Good question. I really hate it when his mom leaves him alone at home. She should at least do some sort of password protection on her computer.

UNITED STATES / OCT 21, 2014 12:36 PM EST

in response to: Who crawled up the spammers ass?
That sucks. (Note: there was an extremely subtle play on words there. Only a real scholar would have noticed it)

UNITED STATES / OCT 19, 2014 6:48 PM EST

in response to: kill the baboon stick a vacuum up its red cheeked ass
amusing play on words 5:42

UNITED STATES / OCT 17, 2014 5:46 PM EST

in response to: Today, my boyfriend gave his pecker a high five for not getting me pregnant. He does this every time I get my period. Every. Single. Time.
Maar ik beheers het Nederlands toch wel verdomd goed voor iemand die een proxy gebruikt, vind je niet? Ik denk dat er niet veel niet-Nederlanders zijn die achteloos zinnen als deze kunnen produceren. Bedriegers zullen het bij korte zinnen houden, die ze waarschijnlijk uit een automatische vertaler hebben getrokken. De zinnen in dit stukje tekst zullen daarentegen van z'n lang-zal-ze-leven niet door een machine uitgebraakt kunnen worden.

NETHERLANDS / OCT 16, 2014 6:03 PM EST

in response to: Would you say "man up" to a woman? If you don't, what would you say?
I used to be a very good speller but with spell check it has hurt my ability to spell. Made me lazy in the effort to get the hard words right.

UNITED STATES / OCT 15, 2014 11:25 AM EST

in response to: Would it bother you if people told you that you can't spell properly?
Was she also the one on the Today Show® who kept pushing the young teenage girl to say what word some other girl called her then got her panties in a knot when the kid finally gave in and said cunt? Like Katie didn't know what it was in the first place.

UNITED STATES / OCT 14, 2014 6:30 PM EST

in response to: would you do Katie Couric?
Nice try, but Zeitgeist hardly contains everything. Clearly you weren't around a couple years ago when someone discovered the word cunt is not there despite its widespread useage.

UNITED STATES / OCT 13, 2014 4:22 PM EST

in response to: Whats The Difference Between Liquid Gels Zyrtec And The Dry Tablets I've taken both and there side effects differ?
This makes you look like huge assholes because you're being huge asshole. But don't take my word for it, let's ask everyone else?

UNITED STATES / OCT 10, 2014 11:23 AM EST

in response to: Joke Of The Week: What do you call a True, Patriotic, Right Wing Fox News "American"? A Displaced European
ROFL!!!!! Hey fucktard- the word is Sioux, not Souix. OMG what a moron! LOL!

UNITED STATES / OCT 10, 2014 11:06 AM EST

in response to: So which bleeding heart liberal came up with the stupid idea of installing network jacks in teepees? Or is he just leaching off someone's wireless?
Listening to music, playing word or trivia games, reading, drinking wine and playing pool.

UNITED STATES / OCT 9, 2014 5:09 PM EST

in response to: How do you like to spend your free time?
You know what they say- Three two letter words that small? Is it in??

UNITED STATES / OCT 9, 2014 11:56 AM EST

in response to: Is it her fault you’re so small she can’t feel it?
U S 10:31 you said the magic word "idiot". That answers your question.

UNITED STATES / OCT 8, 2014 10:54 PM EST

in response to: Maybe Sam (Sam = Fatman)... would muster up the courage to post a pic on GP in the JSI section like a couple of other posters. :) Would LOVE to see what he looks like. ;) As much as he hates me, I'm curious about him.
12:39, *you* are showing your stupidity. "Voila" is a French word used in English. The French spelling would be "voilà".

UNITED STATES / OCT 8, 2014 12:43 PM EST

in response to: ls zero an odd or even number>?
I have 314 separate passwords, therefore, fairly often.

UNITED STATES / OCT 8, 2014 10:01 AM EST

in response to: How often do you forget passwords?
Intuitively, one might suppose that the inspiration for these words might have derived from any mental state, including: (1) pre-representational infantile experience; (2) bodily sensations associated with actual travel, such as on a train or horse, occurring at a representational stage (3) fantasy originating in unconscious aggressive or erotic impulses or (4) trauma, an event that fell outside an average expectable experience, one that breached the stimulus barrier.

UNITED STATES / OCT 6, 2014 6:56 PM EST

in response to: So here's a lame website bitching and luxuries for a monetary amount that are virgin and bitching on an anonymous website bitching and you want and the Washington Retards just to make a monetary amount that the brutal Europeans almost destroyed their mascots to a process where one all weekend, eh? It's the land you have lot of spending all weekend, eh? Don't give up the Cleveland Chinks and dont have kids because they are for sex satisfaction you wont find decent filipinas?
Worked on that one all weekend, eh? Don't give up the day job quite yet. (Private note to the Chief: in this context the word 'job' refers to a process where one exerts effort in return for a monetary amount that is then used to purchase the necessities and luxuries for living rather than just whining and bitching on an anonymous website)

UNITED STATES / OCT 6, 2014 2:04 PM EST

in response to: JOKE OF THE WEEK A bra and a pair of jumper cables walk into a bar. The bra asks the barman for a beer. The barman says no. The bra asks why. The barman says "Cause you're off ya tits and your mates look like they're gonna start something."
If you replace "marriage" with "SIGNING A MARRIAGE CONTRACT" in all of your conversations, you will be amazed the punch it packs. The use of the word "contract" strips "marriage" of ALL of that romantic / white dress / flowers from her mind.... like ripping the bouquet out of her hand and stomping on it metaphorically. Say "marriage contract" in a sentence and her wedding vagіna dries up on the spot.

UNITED STATES / OCT 3, 2014 8:47 PM EST

in response to: What are the advantages of being married?
That is not a bad word.

UNITED STATES / OCT 2, 2014 5:27 PM EST

in response to: Are you prone to believe conspirationists?
Very bad word that. Must be ebola.

UNITED STATES / OCT 2, 2014 5:15 PM EST

in response to: Are you prone to believe conspirationists?
Doesn't look like a Lithuanian word.

UNITED STATES / OCT 1, 2014 1:12 PM EST

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