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Looking up one night, Joe...
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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that
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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before.
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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle
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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon),
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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.
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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was

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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical

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This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens),
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This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great.
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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis

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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common

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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common either. In fact, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis was
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Postby Nidht » Thu Apr 12, 2007 2:36 pm UTC

Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools.

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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat,
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Postby hyperion » Fri Apr 13, 2007 2:16 am UTC

Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools.

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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...
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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how

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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this
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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this big juicy bone, which I
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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this big juicy bone, which I personally killed a hobo for.

This particular hobo was a
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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this big juicy bone, which I personally killed a hobo for.

This particular hobo was a former government cabinet secretary, who was fired because he started
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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this big juicy bone, which I personally killed a hobo for.

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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this big juicy bone, which I personally killed a hobo for.

This particular hobo was a former government cabinet secretary, who was fired because he started a fire in the pants of king for life Bush,

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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this big juicy bone, which I personally killed a hobo for.

This particular hobo was a former government cabinet secretary, who was fired because he started a fire in the pants of king for life Bush, after attempting to recreate the
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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this big juicy bone, which I personally killed a hobo for.

This particular hobo was a former government cabinet secretary, who was fired because he started a fire in the pants of king for life Bush, after attempting to recreate the 1968 jello-wrestling world championship with

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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this big juicy bone, which I personally killed a hobo for.

This particular hobo was a former government cabinet secretary, who was fired because he started a fire in the pants of king for life Bush, after attempting to recreate the 1968 jello-wrestling world championship with a indifferent-looking, yellowish

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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this big juicy bone, which I personally killed a hobo for.

This particular hobo was a former government cabinet secretary, who was fired because he started a fire in the pants of king for life Bush, after attempting to recreate the 1968 jello-wrestling world championship with a indifferent-looking, yellowish blob. He fed the blob
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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this big juicy bone, which I personally killed a hobo for.

This particular hobo was a former government cabinet secretary, who was fired because he started a fire in the pants of king for life Bush, after attempting to recreate the 1968 jello-wrestling world championship with a indifferent-looking, yellowish blob. He fed the blob with a radioactive toenail clipping

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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this big juicy bone, which I personally killed a hobo for.

This particular hobo was a former government cabinet secretary, who was fired because he started a fire in the pants of king for life Bush, after attempting to recreate the 1968 jello-wrestling world championship with a indifferent-looking, yellowish blob. He fed the blob with a radioactive toenail clipping hidden in oatmeal. This caused

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Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this big juicy bone, which I personally killed a hobo for.

This particular hobo was a former government cabinet secretary, who was fired because he started a fire in the pants of king for life Bush, after attempting to recreate the 1968 jello-wrestling world championship with a indifferent-looking, yellowish blob. He fed the blob with a radioactive toenail clipping hidden in oatmeal. This caused an uproar amongst hardcoreoatmealeaters, as





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Postby bbctol » Sat May 05, 2007 5:59 pm UTC

Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this big juicy bone, which I personally killed a hobo for.

This particular hobo was a former government cabinet secretary, who was fired because he started a fire in the pants of king for life Bush, after attempting to recreate the 1968 jello-wrestling world championship with a indifferent-looking, yellowish blob. He fed the blob with a radioactive toenail clipping hidden in oatmeal. This caused an uproar amongst hardcoreoatmealeaters, as they insisted their name wasonewordandnotthree.

Seriously not cool. :)

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Postby Spaz Funbag » Sat May 05, 2007 7:22 pm UTC

I hereby tell you to get over it, man! It's not that bad?!?

alright:

Looking up one night, Joe noticed a giant poodle that certainly hadn't been there before. "That's odd," he mused, caressing one of its surprisingly green wings. He mounted the poodle (which was actually a dragon), who just liked eating poodles.

This sort of confusion was not uncommon in the mystical enchanted, arcane, hermetic, cryptic, cabalistic (and surprisingly devoid of hallucinogens), Forest of Louis the Great. Neither were adjectives. However, Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, Joe's dog, was not common within most canine gene pools. Conversely, Doctor Paine, Joe's cat, was common within canine gene-pools. What a dirty fucking slut...stupid dog-esque dragon, how come you won't fetch this big juicy bone, which I personally killed a hobo for.

This particular hobo was a former government cabinet secretary, who was fired because he started a fire in the pants of king for life Bush, after attempting to recreate the 1968 jello-wrestling world championship with a indifferent-looking, yellowish blob. He fed the blob with a radioactive toenail clipping hidden in oatmeal. This caused an uproar amongst hardcoreoatmealeaters, as they insisted their name wasonewordandnotthree. They voted for a representant


whats the past form of vote? "voted" looks sorta wrong...
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