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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - ishallsmiteyou
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Canadian Army Survival Manual.
User avatar #2 to #1 - therealtjthemedic
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The island is completely devoid of moose and/or Tim Hortons
User avatar #3 to #2 - thingexplain
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Every Canadian knows how to survive in Canada. Their veins run rich with maple syrup and they instinctively know how to make a rough shelter out of poutine. The manual tells you how to survive everywhere but Canada.
User avatar #99 to #2 - malacyman
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Well, ****. Does it at least have elk? As a Canadian that's my third meat source.
User avatar #144 to #2 - phenact
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maple trees may be sparse as well
User avatar #171 to #2 - roflstorm
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No tim's?

**** it, gimme a book aboot killing myself in 40 different ways
User avatar #154 to #2 - WheresMyAccount
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No Timmies??? FUUUUUUCK
#4 - pkmnexplain
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User avatar #81 to #4 - kingferret
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Most religious are not that smart.
The vast majority do not attend college either.
User avatar #90 to #81 - asheskirata
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See, while I dislike religions, I'm going to have to say that you're an idiot.
User avatar #114 to #90 - mrdrpage
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hue.
#16 to #4 - anon id: 6e267fd6
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>thats's
User avatar #47 to #4 - asheskirata
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I like how you got redthumbed for literally no reason
#50 to #47 - anon id: 8f84d1bd
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The reason is simple: He's mentioning her belief as something disappointing, where in truth it's not his ******* business, nor it's strange for someone to believe in whatever they want.
User avatar #72 to #50 - cormy
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When did he refer to it as being disappointing...?
User avatar #53 to #50 - asheskirata
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I mean, believe what you want, but a 2500 year old, bronze age mythology that tells us that we shouldn't eat shellfish or wear clothing of mixed fabrics, and condemns people for not sharing its beliefs, should be forgotten by now. Just like all of the other Gods that people have believed in for the last 2000 years.
User avatar #55 to #53 - toymoo
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"Believe what you want, unless it involves religion"
User avatar #59 to #55 - asheskirata
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I mean, Christ even said that not a single generation would pass before the coming of the Kingdom of God
User avatar #89 to #59 - asheskirata
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Hey look, I got redthumbed for pointing out glaring errors. As if that doesn't happen every day.
User avatar #58 to #55 - asheskirata
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I wasn't saying they CAN'T believe it... I was saying that it's honestly stupid to believe all that stuff after so long, and considering that literally every generation has believed that they were living in the End Times as described in the Bible.

Personally, I like deism, a God created the world, watches it, and generally just leaves it the **** alone.
#48 to #4 - anon id: eca10719
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lol, as if... loads of celebs mention the bible/christianity just to please the yanks

Lois Griffin 9/11
User avatar #104 to #4 - pkmnexplain
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> Saying Emma Watson is Christian
> Saying that's Neat
> Saying I'm Impressed

Why the Red thumbs flood? I don't even know
User avatar #160 to #104 - asheskirata
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because people are cunts when it comes to religion. Seriously, you say something that seems even slightly unfavorable towards it and they flip their bitch
User avatar #7 to #4 - auryn
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Why would that make you mad in the first place?

Or why would that even be amazing?
#124 to #7 - anon id: f2c6a2b6
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You let the b8 get you.
User avatar #73 to #7 - cormy
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Because some people are pricks?
Not entirely sure what's amazing about it though.
#17 to #7 - anon id: 7d0e752f
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She's Christian and she's a witch. That takes some ******* balls.
#21 to #17 - Silver Quantum
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Comment Picture
User avatar #52 to #21 - digitalfruit
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A lot of christians think of magic and ****, even in movies or other fictional settings, as a big evil no no
User avatar #77 to #52 - herbolifee
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A lot
Yeah right. We don't live in the year 1143 anymore mate.
User avatar #83 to #77 - alicorn
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That's actually true, Amish people to modern day holiness. Even mention witchcraft and they quickly change the subject
User avatar #105 to #77 - slashtrey
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Go watch the documentary Jesus Camp on Netflix...quite a large portion of Christians teach kids that Harry Potter is sinful.
User avatar #97 to #77 - YllekNayr
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And yet, there's still plenty of people that swear by magic that supposedly happened 2 thousand years ago.
User avatar #80 to #77 - digitalfruit
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I know I was pushing it kinda by saying a lot... well i am hispanic and most hispanics take church a little more seriously from what Ive seen... it's just different in different areas i guess
User avatar #155 to #52 - greendroid
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lol k
User avatar #156 to #155 - digitalfruit
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I pushed it a little by saying a lot, Im just saying that I know that some christians do and that's why its surprising
User avatar #66 to #52 - satansferret
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unless it's from god, den itsa muricel
#49 to #7 - kez
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To be fair, the majority of people under 25 or so in England are athiest / dont care.
#51 to #49 - anon id: 8f84d1bd
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Says who? And why would that make it fair. Really, it's ******* stupid to be suprised by this. It's her ******* choice faggots
#36 - curveball
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#22 - aliksander
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'The Great Gasby'.... really? Out of all the brilliant books out there from throughout history she picked that boring piece of trash? Why not just appease all the literature 'elite' and say you would bring 'Catcher in the Rye' (About the worst book I ever read).
#45 to #22 - aliksander
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I am truly finding it comical that people are responding to my personal opinion with personal attacks. Will anyone who honestly disagrees with me please just tell me the MERITS of the works I dislike instead of using the standard ad hominem attacks?
User avatar #75 to #45 - greatbear
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I agree with you.
User avatar #145 to #45 - bateking
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Please stop you really sound euphoric, do you not get out much, this isnt how regular people conversate
#164 to #145 - aliksander
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Fine how's this:

**** YOU SOMETIMES I REALLY TALK LIKE THAT you asshole!!!

I can talk 'normal' but when I am talking about books and whether they qualify as good works or not I tend to talk in a more 'highbrow' way. I can't help it, that's just how I am. Look at other conversations below and you will see I'm able to have a reasonable discussion with people who disagree with me as long as they talk like normal fricking people. But assholes like you keep getting on my case cause I use 'big words' and other ******** without ever making a damn point. Go **** Yourself.
User avatar #173 to #164 - bateking
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I dont care about your reading preferences, at ******* all, you just came off as a fedora freak trying to sound intelligent. But that rant was pretty normal good for you
#174 to #173 - aliksander
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Well that's just how I talk sometimes. I know it seems weird to people at times it's just Ive been getting **** for it this whole thread when I'm just writing the way I normally write. It's really annoying to be talking/acting in the way that's natural to you and people constantly talking as if you're putting on some kind of act.
#187 to #174 - anon id: 3bf88804
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yeah, stop talking like a faggot
User avatar #186 to #174 - bateking
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Its alright man, I used to talk like that before I became more of a social person. You might actually read too much, it starts to rub into you and leaks out into the world were certain manners of speaking are abnormal or outdated
#189 to #186 - aliksander
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It's not abnormal, it's just not common. And I speak differently/'normal' with my friends/wife/brothers all the time. Like I said it's just when I am speaking about something more 'serious' that I change the way I speak, mostly because it makes it less likely my words could be misinterpreted/twisted.
User avatar #190 to #189 - bateking
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That makes sense, but it still paints an image of a fedora wearing neckbeard, at least n this site. Goodluck bruh
#147 to #145 - anon id: 0e580d73
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converse
User avatar #148 to #147 - bateking
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Thank you anon
User avatar #67 to #45 - satansferret
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they got published and yours didn't.
#116 to #67 - aliksander
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I never attempted to write a novel, so of course 'mine didn't'. Publishing a work does not make it profound or true. Mein Kampf was published as well and was a sold relatively well in its time. Does that make it a good work or the ideas expressed in it worthwhile? This is not an argument on the merits of the works in question. Please try again if you wish.
User avatar #163 to #116 - satansferret
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noU
User avatar #177 to #22 - jwash
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Holy **** you're a pretentious douchebag

And I'm not a fan of The GG, book or movie.
#25 to #22 - mixedfeelings
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go home /lit/
#28 to #25 - aliksander
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I don't even know what that is (I assume a section of 4chan). I was just stating my personal opinion and I am home.
#31 to #28 - mixedfeelings
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cunt
#32 to #31 - aliksander
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Hi Mr. Troll! What are you doing so far from your bridge?
#33 to #32 - mixedfeelings
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is this some weird reverse bait?
#34 to #33 - aliksander
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Honestly not. All the opinions I have expressed here are truely my own with no intention to bait/upset anyone. And no I am not being sarcastic here.
#102 to #34 - anon id: 3be928fc
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Holy **** you're euphoric dude, trying to use big words to make you sound intelligent. Kill yourself
#113 to #102 - aliksander
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I don't even know how to respond to that...

What 'big words' did I use? Expressed? Intentions? Which word confused you?
#133 to #113 - anon id: 3bf88804
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>literature 'elite'    
>vehemently    
>contention    
>sentiment    
>fallacy    
>argumentation   
>it is circular reasoning    
>profound    
>titular    
>hominem
>literature 'elite'
>vehemently
>contention
>sentiment
>fallacy
>argumentation
>it is circular reasoning
>profound
>titular
>hominem
#134 to #133 - aliksander
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Sorry, that's how I talk/write.

BTW you get a thumb because that GIF had me and my brother dying.
#188 to #134 - anon id: 3bf88804
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faggot
#84 to #28 - timelimit
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your name is ******* blue

how do you not know what /fit/ is
#121 to #84 - aliksander
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I don't frequent 4chan, and I don't obsess over such things. All of my comments in this thread have been sincere and honest but people keep think I'm trolling or something. It's a little frustrating and entertaining at the same time.
#42 to #22 - verby
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How's high school going?
#44 to #42 - aliksander
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I graduated long ago, but it went relatively well. Thank you for asking! How are you today?
User avatar #115 to #22 - radiserne
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If you truly cared about litterature, you would know that the great gatsby holds value. You're just using it to sound like some sort of pseudo-intellectual.
#117 to #115 - aliksander
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Please explain then the merits of the works in question. I asked in the comment below yours for reasons as to why these books should be considered 'valuable'.

Your argument here is based on a common logical fallacy. "If you truly cared about food you would like Penne alla Vodka because I like it!" Do you see how that statement is actually a ridiculous way of justifying my feelings? Now look at your statement. I claim The Great Gatsby is not really a great work and instead of telling me WHY it IS a great work you say that my opinion, which is different from yours, automatically invalidates itself. This is not argumentation, it is circular reasoning.
User avatar #122 to #117 - radiserne
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Neither do you explain why you don't like the book, you just call it a boring piece of trash. Speaking in fancy words won't cover up your flawed arguments.
#123 to #122 - aliksander
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It is boring. That is my personal opinion. There was nothing that I found profound about the story or the characters. They had some depth and I understood them, but I could not relate to any of them on a personal level, making their struggles/lives seem very uninteresting to me. Meanwhile, there are many people who claim The Great Gatsby is a fantastic book but when I ask things like 'Why did you like it?' they can never give me an answer. It appears its just a great book without needing a reason to be great, much like the titular character of the work (again in my own opinion).
#162 to #117 - lostmyaccounts
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you must be wearing like, 3 trillbys you twat
#166 to #162 - aliksander
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OK then. **** you too.
#39 to #22 - inexistent
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Don't lie. You've never read anything that wasn't printed on a cereal box.
Don't lie. You've never read anything that wasn't printed on a cereal box.
#41 to #39 - aliksander
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Am I to interpret that sentence to mean that you, in fact, enjoyed the novels I mentioned and you vehemently disagree with my opinion? Furthermore, it is you contention that, based upon the fact that you disagree with my opinion, I must certainly be a near-illiterate buffoon that exaggerates the amount of literature I have read in order to give my uninformed opinion more weight?

That is a rather harsh sentiment my friend, and I do not care for it at all.
User avatar #79 to #41 - wtfareu
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Catcher and the Rye I actually thought was a good book. Gatsby not so much
#119 to #79 - aliksander
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OK, glad someone enjoyed it. What did you find compelling about Catcher in the Rye? (This is a sincere question)
User avatar #129 to #119 - gearshift
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Just throwing in my two cents here.

Didn't enjoy the book, while I understood the appeal of it as a symbol of teenage rebellion, something young people can relate to bla bla bla.

What I see is a book with a lackluster storyline that never strays too far from the depressed rebel theme (which gets old far too quickly).

Also the fact that some annoying emo/rebels are just using the book as a bible now
#132 to #129 - aliksander
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I agree with your sentiments friend.
User avatar #127 to #119 - wtfareu
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I liked it largely because it was the only decent book I had to read in sophomore year, but the main reason is because at the time I read it I felt like on some level I could relate to the main character. Looking back I'm not actually sure if it was genuine good book or just acted as reprieve from books like Gatsby
#131 to #127 - aliksander
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You know what's funny? I really liked A Tale of Two Cities but not many people seemed to liked it. I really enjoyed the symbolism in that book and the way they showed the hypocrisy of the revolutionaries. I don't remember much of it anymore (it's been about 14 years) and I should probably re-read it.

Thank you for your honest response.
User avatar #15 - neonnurse
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"How to get off a deserted island and back to civilization: For Dummies"
#11 - isonig
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101 Different ways to masturbate.
User avatar #20 to #11 - Silver Quantum
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you need more than 1?
#37 to #20 - eagerzack
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#62 - bible
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I wouldn't mind being stranded on an island with Emma either.
User avatar #98 to #62 - Marker
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did you like, make this account two years ago solely for things like this?
User avatar #108 to #98 - bible
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As a matter of fact, yes. I get a front row seat to virtually ever religious argument on this site. I can be clever sometimes when I bust in uninvited to a wall of text between two or more people.
User avatar #170 to #108 - Noon
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Lucky you, I get summoned to listen to people talk about their day.
User avatar #110 - SlicerFlux
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the bible is actually a good choice, lots of different and fun stories to enjoy.
User avatar #111 to #110 - bible
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My personal favorite is the story of Samson and Delilah.
User avatar #118 to #111 - SlicerFlux
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Thanks. I'll try to remember that.
User avatar #143 to #111 - Hreidmar
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Ever seen the opera version of it, then? That's also probably one of my favourites.
User avatar #120 to #110 - mydreams
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I like the one where there is murder and stuff...
#126 to #110 - spanishninja
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#172 to #126 - RedHulk
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**RedHulk rolled image** You can't avoid futa forever...
User avatar #130 to #126 - SlicerFlux
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Haven't watched that one yet, heard it's good though.
User avatar #161 to #130 - fearoffailure
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NOW CLUCK LIKE A CHICKEN it's so bad that it's funny
User avatar #165 to #161 - leanonwut
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I ****** love audiosurf
#29 - anon id: 283fd641
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Keeping in mind that he said it was a DESERT island, not a DESERTED island, that would mean the island itself is desert.

I don't think raft-building's going to be your saving grace.
User avatar #30 to #29 - restorf
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What book you will read is probably the least of your concerns then.
#9 - learmy
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Emma Watson still believe in the Bible? I don't know her IQ was that low.
#65 to #9 - disies
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#10 to #9 - anon id: 3ff316e8
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Everybody should thumb learmy up. He's on level -399.
#23 to #10 - anon id: a4a73a21
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We could just let him finish, and be done with it.
#19 to #9 - anon id: 42b754f5
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how's the fedora colection going?
User avatar #125 to #19 - theruse
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It's Learmy, he's a fudging troll.
#88 to #19 - anon id: c4e707d4
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Euphorically I would guess.
#35 to #19 - anon id: cc74da7c
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How are the altar boys?
#40 to #9 - anon id: 859eda45
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i have a literal rocket scientist that attends my baptist church. so unless you can top that you can't talk crap on the intelligence of religious people.
#85 to #9 - mirrak
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That's some 10/10 trolling
#135 to #9 - anon id: 64f4fa21
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don't judge her, she may just want to know what all the insanity is about so when someone mentions it she will have an intelligent comment.
#146 to #9 - anon id: b56fdb64
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User avatar #87 to #9 - tacticalhog
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Bible = big book
big book = many pages
many pages= lots of fuel for signal/cooking fire
Not anti religious, just saying a big book is a good idea.
User avatar #101 to #9 - PVTDickStryker
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>I don't know her IQ was that low.
Don't call someone a retard when you type like a retard.
User avatar #151 to #9 - guidedhand
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I agree with you, but **** man, youre not supposed to say it.
User avatar #159 to #9 - paullabc
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User avatar #13 to #9 - stifflimb
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Well considering the content of the bible I would say it would last longer than most other books!
#56 to #9 - ryander
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(08/23/2014) [-]
it's a troll keep him at 0 you fools
User avatar #78 to #56 - herbolifee
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(08/23/2014) [-]
Right now it's -42
FJ is so easy to troll nowadays
User avatar #92 to #78 - witislimited
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(08/23/2014) [-]
It's not even trolling. Half of the most thumbed up responses are something to the effect of "Are you even trying anymore?", "Your trolling is terrible.", "**** off already" and so on.

And it just- ******** pisses me off.

Maybe I'll make an account dedicated to trolling- good trolling if possible.
#26 to #9 - chopsofpork
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