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  Reply # 1146064 2-Oct-2014 21:16
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where's the end of the internet?

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  Reply # 1146085 2-Oct-2014 21:38
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At a kiosk in the foyer of the resturant at the end of the Universe

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  Reply # 1146090 2-Oct-2014 21:44
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I didn't know it reached that far! I thought it ended in Russia



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  Reply # 1146106 2-Oct-2014 21:58
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Im sure quite a few people wouldve thought this ad meant unlimited data

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  Reply # 1146107 2-Oct-2014 22:00
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if they printed the data cap you cannot assume that

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  Reply # 1146111 2-Oct-2014 22:03
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  Reply # 1146143 2-Oct-2014 22:36
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  Reply # 1146159 2-Oct-2014 23:06
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what happened to Tim he's inactive?

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  Reply # 1146236 3-Oct-2014 07:44
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Maybe their internet finally DID cr4p out completely? :)

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  Reply # 1146262 3-Oct-2014 08:21
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joker97: what happened to Tim he's inactive?


Maybe he fell off the end,




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I have found it!
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  Reply # 1146265 3-Oct-2014 08:27
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Nah that's not it. 404 isn't the end surely




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  Reply # 1146282 3-Oct-2014 09:02
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PhantomNVD: Maybe their internet finally DID cr4p out completely? :)


He reacher the end of the internet




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If you're reading this thread, please stab yourself with scissors.

(waits to read the newspaper report of the OP stabbing him/herself with scissors due to confusion)




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If you find a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow what do you find at the end of the internet?




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