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Topic # 8619 15-Jul-2006 19:08
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The funniest are the last two or the ABC shop :D I love it

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  Reply # 41941 18-Jul-2006 22:59
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haha nice link

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Reply # 41944 18-Jul-2006 23:40
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LOL that is sooo funny.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 41986 19-Jul-2006 14:51
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Don't you just hate the discrimination?! Cry

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  Reply # 43344 6-Aug-2006 04:30
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Just to make sure.. is there any dress restriction for the GZ '06? LMAO

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  Reply # 43383 6-Aug-2006 18:35
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hahahahahaha oh that's good! What a bunch of wimps those stupid shop keepers are, Look at them run for their pitiful lives,

it's not as though he's wearing a balaclava and weilding a sawn-off! I di comment the brave Asian in the noodle shop who came up to him and tried to take it off his head though, I wear hoods on my head a lot and must agree that people see "hood" and get all freaked out, like cute baby blue abercrombie hoodies is what robbers wear?

ooh,,, stokee on hed, wun for a life! he might take the till!

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  Reply # 44488 22-Aug-2006 14:20
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I love the stereotypical reactions

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  Reply # 44494 22-Aug-2006 15:23
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We should all try that one day...

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  Reply # 44496 22-Aug-2006 15:26
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