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This thread is ****ing hilarious. Keep going.
So you had the Confederate flag on the top, right?
Yeah, Napalm. What are you, an imbecile? They have proof, y'know.
I'm not allowed to celebrate Independance Day. Somehow conservatives have claimed patriotism.
I saw the ghost of a ghost once. It looked like a ghost except it was even more transparent.
He seemed like a pretty nice guy.
I suppose I don't think an eighteen year old is an adult. And 18-year-old is still very dependant on their parents. I don't consider myself to...
Go into Gamestop and ask for a wii game case. They should give you one if you give them a decent explanation.
The Confederacy. Oh, wait, that's already dead. The South. Oh, my bad, the South doesn't have an economy to kill. Southern conservatives, then.
Go **** yourself.
My peers drink if they want to drink, and have been for years. The "few idiots" that you believe are engaging in poor actions are, in reality, the...
So you would have it reduced now under the assumption that making the act of drinking alcohol less criminal would make teenagers less interested...
Who's to say that the age limits for voting, smoking, and joining the army shouldn't be raised?
There are millions of different things that we...
And you're suggesting that the United States can change its culture and become more responsible as quickly as we can get the age limit changed?...
Billy Mays was my hero.
How dare you.
This is precisely why I don't support making the drinking age younger, Napalm. In theory, the ~5 year period that kids start drinking before it's...
Lewi, are you talking about what Dr. Mario is? If so, an ellipsis (...) is necessary to clarify that there is more to be said that you've left...
I don't care how you pronounce things. A conjunction connects two independant clauses. There is no place on Earth where that phrase makes sense.
I've used "prolly" in text before and, to be honest, probably say "Probly" more often than not in person; I wasn't referring to that.