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#6 - Hoothoot, I'll ******* kill you, Hoothoot.  [+] (1 new reply) 08/19/2014 on Pokemon 2000 +21
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#104 - **Awesomenessniss rolls 798,424,496** 08/19/2014 on Trips 0
#109 - The third picture is of the Angel Oak in Charleston.  [+] (1 new reply) 08/19/2014 on Interesting stuff +1
User avatar #110 - studbeefpile (08/19/2014) [-]
Ohhh.

I don't know anything about my state.
#9518446 - And you need to **** off.  [+] (1 new reply) 08/19/2014 on gay man cruising spot +2
#9518449 - aczzoh (08/19/2014) [-]
#15 - Double major, there are no career aspects in pure classics bes… 08/18/2014 on go nuts +1
#55 - Delicious trumps all. 08/18/2014 on Apocalyptic Wallpapers +2
#92 - Picture 08/18/2014 on D'aww +2
#17 - This has been an interesting discussion and I enjoy learning o…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/18/2014 on Interesting stuff 0
User avatar #18 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
Bye bye goy, get gut or get rekt.
#24 - Yeah, I was trying to be subtle. 08/18/2014 on I fucking knew it +1
#15 - I didn't say that venturing into Gaul was the wrong move, it w…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/18/2014 on Interesting stuff 0
User avatar #16 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
Because he was more able than others in many ways. I mean that people didn't like the Senate, and the Senate hated Caesar.
>Yes they stabbed him, political assassination and plot really wasn't rare in Rome, just look at Catiline and his actions for a good example.
True, but they aren't Caesar, and it is no less of a crime if it happened more than once.
User avatar #17 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
This has been an interesting discussion and I enjoy learning other people's insight in such matters as interpretation of ancient history, however I feel the discussion has gone on enough and don't disagree with you to the point of having a rebuttal to your latest argument. I don't mean to change your mind on anything, but a fresh perspective can be nice.
User avatar #18 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
Bye bye goy, get gut or get rekt.
#3 - But the light is always the lower one though. 08/18/2014 on great idea 0
#11 - First , I wasn't saying he was actively trying to make himsel…  [+] (5 new replies) 08/18/2014 on Interesting stuff 0
User avatar #12 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
1.Ok.
2.Which was the right thing to do, or would they like to see Rome sacked once again by Celts?
3.Also true, but when your own people don't like you, there is something wrong.
4.So they stabbed him.
User avatar #15 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
I didn't say that venturing into Gaul was the wrong move, it was natural progression for Rome to try and secure the borders, i was just stating that he had permission to take his legions farther out than others. When you say "people don't like you" do you mean individuals or the Senate in general. Many Senators hated each other as well. Yes they stabbed him, political assassination and plot really wasn't rare in Rome, just look at Catiline and his actions for a good example.
User avatar #16 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
Because he was more able than others in many ways. I mean that people didn't like the Senate, and the Senate hated Caesar.
>Yes they stabbed him, political assassination and plot really wasn't rare in Rome, just look at Catiline and his actions for a good example.
True, but they aren't Caesar, and it is no less of a crime if it happened more than once.
User avatar #17 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
This has been an interesting discussion and I enjoy learning other people's insight in such matters as interpretation of ancient history, however I feel the discussion has gone on enough and don't disagree with you to the point of having a rebuttal to your latest argument. I don't mean to change your mind on anything, but a fresh perspective can be nice.
User avatar #18 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
Bye bye goy, get gut or get rekt.
#3 - Looks pretty damn close, probably tough keeping proportion at … 08/18/2014 on My friend is moving out of... +10
#2 - Take the wall with you. 08/18/2014 on My friend is moving out of... +13
#9 - Yes they were afraid of Julius Caesar, of his fame and his glo…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/18/2014 on Interesting stuff -4
User avatar #10 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
>made him a natural leader and war hero in the eyes of the plebeians.
Made himself*
Which he was.
> exploit sin Gaul
Clarify exploit sin.
>He had wild ambitions and when backed by the people could easily overthrow the senate, which would send the Roman state into a frenzy.
>He was a man who knew how to use intimidation, and he wielded it well.
Who was the one capturing legionares and suppresing plebian revolts in Rome at the time where they launched legions of Romans against him which he rekt ? If your answer is the senate, then you are right.
>But he was careless in that he was unpredictable which could prove disaster so he was removed by force.
>unpredictable
That's why he was so successful. Also, how many senators did he also stab?
User avatar #11 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
First, I wasn't saying he was actively trying to make himself look like that to the people otherwise I would have said 'himself'. I wasn't being reflexive.
Second, He was well known for the military campaigns that he led into Gaul, he was one example of a commander given special concessions to move farther out from the boundaries of Rome from the Senate.
Third, You don't run an massive empire that mixes different cultures with hugs and happy faces.
Fourth, Yes his success came from being unpredictable, nobody knew what the hell he could be thinking. "How many senators did he also stab?" None, he didn't think he needed to.
User avatar #12 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
1.Ok.
2.Which was the right thing to do, or would they like to see Rome sacked once again by Celts?
3.Also true, but when your own people don't like you, there is something wrong.
4.So they stabbed him.
User avatar #15 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
I didn't say that venturing into Gaul was the wrong move, it was natural progression for Rome to try and secure the borders, i was just stating that he had permission to take his legions farther out than others. When you say "people don't like you" do you mean individuals or the Senate in general. Many Senators hated each other as well. Yes they stabbed him, political assassination and plot really wasn't rare in Rome, just look at Catiline and his actions for a good example.
User avatar #16 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
Because he was more able than others in many ways. I mean that people didn't like the Senate, and the Senate hated Caesar.
>Yes they stabbed him, political assassination and plot really wasn't rare in Rome, just look at Catiline and his actions for a good example.
True, but they aren't Caesar, and it is no less of a crime if it happened more than once.
User avatar #17 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
This has been an interesting discussion and I enjoy learning other people's insight in such matters as interpretation of ancient history, however I feel the discussion has gone on enough and don't disagree with you to the point of having a rebuttal to your latest argument. I don't mean to change your mind on anything, but a fresh perspective can be nice.
User avatar #18 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
Bye bye goy, get gut or get rekt.
#7 - Julius was ******* nuts and ruined the Roman repu…  [+] (10 new replies) 08/18/2014 on Interesting stuff -4
#56 - comradewinter (08/19/2014) [-]
Are you stupid? The Republic's democracy was limited to males with both parents being Romans, and mostly run by patriarchs who were corrupt like fuck. Russia today is a much more reliable democracy than what it was back then. Julius Caesar was not the first to make a grasp for power, either. The Roman Empire almost fell before they appointed a dictator, after Hannibal capitalized on the indecisiveness of the Senate.

Caesar served Rome til his dying breath. He treated his slaves and the plebs fairly, making him popular among common folk, but lost friends in the Senate because they were jealous and terrified of losing their position for incompetence. Many were on Caesar's side, and he was fair as a judicator. Most of Pompei's kept their position after the Civil War, despite being Caesar's enemies.

All in all, he serves as an example that democracy is not perfect, and it certainly wasn't back then. After the Republic fell, Rome kept growing stronger to a point when 25% of the entire world's population was under the Romans. Also, in honor of Caesar's methods, plebs were generally treated better, which is why many of the conquered regions accepted Roman rule quickly.

TL;DR: Caesar was a man way ahead of his time.
User avatar #8 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
>Julius was fucking nuts and ruined the Roman republic for power
>Yes, he was a powerhungry dog who fought and bleed for Rome on all sides of the globe and the guy had the nerve to free Rome from its peaceful senate which has opressed so many evil plebs to keep them in order.
Julius was a true Roman that worked alongside the ambitions of Romans, not the powerhungry rats and the Senate was nothing more than old men debating and questioning themselves and others and denying the fact before them. They were afraid of Caesar, his fame and glory and they knew that a fit man would lead Rome and replace them, so they took him out.
www.ancient.eu/article/116/
User avatar #9 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
Yes they were afraid of Julius Caesar, of his fame and his glory, his exploit sin Gaul, which he was able to due thanks to special concessions from the Senate as they were in the best Roman interest at the time, made him a natural leader and war hero in the eyes of the plebeians. He had wild ambitions and when backed by the people could easily overthrow the senate, which would send the Roman state into a frenzy. He was a man who knew how to use intimidation, and he wielded it well. But he was careless in that he was unpredictable which could prove disaster so he was removed by force.
User avatar #10 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
>made him a natural leader and war hero in the eyes of the plebeians.
Made himself*
Which he was.
> exploit sin Gaul
Clarify exploit sin.
>He had wild ambitions and when backed by the people could easily overthrow the senate, which would send the Roman state into a frenzy.
>He was a man who knew how to use intimidation, and he wielded it well.
Who was the one capturing legionares and suppresing plebian revolts in Rome at the time where they launched legions of Romans against him which he rekt ? If your answer is the senate, then you are right.
>But he was careless in that he was unpredictable which could prove disaster so he was removed by force.
>unpredictable
That's why he was so successful. Also, how many senators did he also stab?
User avatar #11 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
First, I wasn't saying he was actively trying to make himself look like that to the people otherwise I would have said 'himself'. I wasn't being reflexive.
Second, He was well known for the military campaigns that he led into Gaul, he was one example of a commander given special concessions to move farther out from the boundaries of Rome from the Senate.
Third, You don't run an massive empire that mixes different cultures with hugs and happy faces.
Fourth, Yes his success came from being unpredictable, nobody knew what the hell he could be thinking. "How many senators did he also stab?" None, he didn't think he needed to.
User avatar #12 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
1.Ok.
2.Which was the right thing to do, or would they like to see Rome sacked once again by Celts?
3.Also true, but when your own people don't like you, there is something wrong.
4.So they stabbed him.
User avatar #15 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
I didn't say that venturing into Gaul was the wrong move, it was natural progression for Rome to try and secure the borders, i was just stating that he had permission to take his legions farther out than others. When you say "people don't like you" do you mean individuals or the Senate in general. Many Senators hated each other as well. Yes they stabbed him, political assassination and plot really wasn't rare in Rome, just look at Catiline and his actions for a good example.
User avatar #16 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
Because he was more able than others in many ways. I mean that people didn't like the Senate, and the Senate hated Caesar.
>Yes they stabbed him, political assassination and plot really wasn't rare in Rome, just look at Catiline and his actions for a good example.
True, but they aren't Caesar, and it is no less of a crime if it happened more than once.
User avatar #17 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
This has been an interesting discussion and I enjoy learning other people's insight in such matters as interpretation of ancient history, however I feel the discussion has gone on enough and don't disagree with you to the point of having a rebuttal to your latest argument. I don't mean to change your mind on anything, but a fresh perspective can be nice.
User avatar #18 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
Bye bye goy, get gut or get rekt.
#5 - Did you really need to give me the extra far? I'm working towa…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/18/2014 on go nuts +1
#14 - anonymous (08/18/2014) [-]
>classics degree

far far far far far FAR FAR smarter than you*
User avatar #15 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
Double major, there are no career aspects in pure classics besides teaching.
#5 - As soon as Octavian became Augustus Caesar he turned his adopt…  [+] (12 new replies) 08/18/2014 on Interesting stuff 0
User avatar #6 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
>Marcus Tullius Cicero
>implying that he wasn't one of the shitstains that was in the plot to kill Julius
>implying that he is more worthy than Caesar
>don't be dissing on my homies
User avatar #7 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
Julius was fucking nuts and ruined the Roman republic for power, after he was gone his legacy kept things rough for another two centuries!
#56 - comradewinter (08/19/2014) [-]
Are you stupid? The Republic's democracy was limited to males with both parents being Romans, and mostly run by patriarchs who were corrupt like fuck. Russia today is a much more reliable democracy than what it was back then. Julius Caesar was not the first to make a grasp for power, either. The Roman Empire almost fell before they appointed a dictator, after Hannibal capitalized on the indecisiveness of the Senate.

Caesar served Rome til his dying breath. He treated his slaves and the plebs fairly, making him popular among common folk, but lost friends in the Senate because they were jealous and terrified of losing their position for incompetence. Many were on Caesar's side, and he was fair as a judicator. Most of Pompei's kept their position after the Civil War, despite being Caesar's enemies.

All in all, he serves as an example that democracy is not perfect, and it certainly wasn't back then. After the Republic fell, Rome kept growing stronger to a point when 25% of the entire world's population was under the Romans. Also, in honor of Caesar's methods, plebs were generally treated better, which is why many of the conquered regions accepted Roman rule quickly.

TL;DR: Caesar was a man way ahead of his time.
User avatar #8 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
>Julius was fucking nuts and ruined the Roman republic for power
>Yes, he was a powerhungry dog who fought and bleed for Rome on all sides of the globe and the guy had the nerve to free Rome from its peaceful senate which has opressed so many evil plebs to keep them in order.
Julius was a true Roman that worked alongside the ambitions of Romans, not the powerhungry rats and the Senate was nothing more than old men debating and questioning themselves and others and denying the fact before them. They were afraid of Caesar, his fame and glory and they knew that a fit man would lead Rome and replace them, so they took him out.
www.ancient.eu/article/116/
User avatar #9 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
Yes they were afraid of Julius Caesar, of his fame and his glory, his exploit sin Gaul, which he was able to due thanks to special concessions from the Senate as they were in the best Roman interest at the time, made him a natural leader and war hero in the eyes of the plebeians. He had wild ambitions and when backed by the people could easily overthrow the senate, which would send the Roman state into a frenzy. He was a man who knew how to use intimidation, and he wielded it well. But he was careless in that he was unpredictable which could prove disaster so he was removed by force.
User avatar #10 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
>made him a natural leader and war hero in the eyes of the plebeians.
Made himself*
Which he was.
> exploit sin Gaul
Clarify exploit sin.
>He had wild ambitions and when backed by the people could easily overthrow the senate, which would send the Roman state into a frenzy.
>He was a man who knew how to use intimidation, and he wielded it well.
Who was the one capturing legionares and suppresing plebian revolts in Rome at the time where they launched legions of Romans against him which he rekt ? If your answer is the senate, then you are right.
>But he was careless in that he was unpredictable which could prove disaster so he was removed by force.
>unpredictable
That's why he was so successful. Also, how many senators did he also stab?
User avatar #11 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
First, I wasn't saying he was actively trying to make himself look like that to the people otherwise I would have said 'himself'. I wasn't being reflexive.
Second, He was well known for the military campaigns that he led into Gaul, he was one example of a commander given special concessions to move farther out from the boundaries of Rome from the Senate.
Third, You don't run an massive empire that mixes different cultures with hugs and happy faces.
Fourth, Yes his success came from being unpredictable, nobody knew what the hell he could be thinking. "How many senators did he also stab?" None, he didn't think he needed to.
User avatar #12 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
1.Ok.
2.Which was the right thing to do, or would they like to see Rome sacked once again by Celts?
3.Also true, but when your own people don't like you, there is something wrong.
4.So they stabbed him.
User avatar #15 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
I didn't say that venturing into Gaul was the wrong move, it was natural progression for Rome to try and secure the borders, i was just stating that he had permission to take his legions farther out than others. When you say "people don't like you" do you mean individuals or the Senate in general. Many Senators hated each other as well. Yes they stabbed him, political assassination and plot really wasn't rare in Rome, just look at Catiline and his actions for a good example.
User avatar #16 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
Because he was more able than others in many ways. I mean that people didn't like the Senate, and the Senate hated Caesar.
>Yes they stabbed him, political assassination and plot really wasn't rare in Rome, just look at Catiline and his actions for a good example.
True, but they aren't Caesar, and it is no less of a crime if it happened more than once.
User avatar #17 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
This has been an interesting discussion and I enjoy learning other people's insight in such matters as interpretation of ancient history, however I feel the discussion has gone on enough and don't disagree with you to the point of having a rebuttal to your latest argument. I don't mean to change your mind on anything, but a fresh perspective can be nice.
User avatar #18 - schnizel (08/18/2014) [-]
Bye bye goy, get gut or get rekt.
#5 - Picture 08/18/2014 on My gift to you. 0
#9 - Well I don't normally watch Markaplier. 08/18/2014 on cropping? pffft +1
#24 - Picture 08/18/2014 on Apocalyptic Wallpapers +1
#7 - Ah, resolution made him look different.  [+] (2 new replies) 08/18/2014 on cropping? pffft +1
User avatar #8 - rawryrawr (08/18/2014) [-]
to me he looks the same
User avatar #9 - Awesomenessniss (08/18/2014) [-]
Well I don't normally watch Markaplier.
#23 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 08/18/2014 on Apocalyptic Wallpapers +1
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#22 - Picture  [+] (2 new replies) 08/18/2014 on Apocalyptic Wallpapers +1
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User avatar #128 - chokinandtokin ONLINE (09/13/2014) [-]
Would you sell your white widow cannabis?
User avatar #123 - ied (07/26/2014) [-]
please sell me that puppet fiend
User avatar #124 to #123 - Awesomenessniss (07/26/2014) [-]
I will not.
User avatar #125 to #124 - ied (07/26/2014) [-]
why?
User avatar #126 to #125 - Awesomenessniss (07/26/2014) [-]
As a vary lax items collector i keep what I can and keep item count at the top of my mind.
User avatar #127 to #126 - ied (07/26/2014) [-]
Sure
User avatar #122 - ied (07/21/2014) [-]
can i buy those emeral recipes?
User avatar #114 - ied (06/30/2014) [-]
sell me your rits please
User avatar #116 to #115 - ied (06/30/2014) [-]
oh
User avatar #113 - soundofwinter ONLINE (06/20/2014) [-]
**** you
User avatar #111 - donor (06/11/2014) [-]
Would you sell your radioactive badges?
I need 68k more for the lvl6
User avatar #112 to #111 - Awesomenessniss (06/13/2014) [-]
I am currently unable to do item stuff as I cannot currently accss the internet on my computer, sorry.
User avatar #117 to #112 - donor (06/30/2014) [-]
and now?
34k to go
User avatar #118 to #117 - Awesomenessniss (06/30/2014) [-]
Fine you stalker.
User avatar #119 to #118 - donor (06/30/2014) [-]
what would you want for them?
User avatar #120 to #119 - Awesomenessniss (06/30/2014) [-]
Couldn't care less, just leave one of each kind for count purposes.
User avatar #121 to #120 - donor (06/30/2014) [-]
ty
#108 - donor (05/31/2014) [-]
Are you selling this?
User avatar #110 to #109 - donor (05/31/2014) [-]
ok thanks anyway
User avatar #104 - iedd (05/29/2014) [-]
can i buy imp geara
User avatar #106 to #105 - iedd (05/29/2014) [-]
what are you collecting?
i want all of them
User avatar #107 to #106 - Awesomenessniss (05/29/2014) [-]
I'm not collecting anything, if you want all of them go elsewhere.
#103 - kokanum ONLINE (05/17/2014) [-]
hiiii
hiiii
User avatar #92 - anonymousperson (04/30/2014) [-]
yo
User avatar #94 to #93 - anonymousperson (04/30/2014) [-]
been a loooong time
User avatar #95 to #94 - Awesomenessniss (04/30/2014) [-]
Is that so?
User avatar #96 to #95 - anonymousperson (04/30/2014) [-]
good number of months and a new account
User avatar #97 to #96 - Awesomenessniss (04/30/2014) [-]
And in a previous incarnation you were ___?
User avatar #100 to #99 - anonymousperson (04/30/2014) [-]
nostalgia?
User avatar #91 - thumbtack (04/15/2014) [-]
check your trades
User avatar #89 - acarter (03/22/2014) [-]
anything you would want for that?
User avatar #90 to #89 - Awesomenessniss (03/22/2014) [-]
Not particularly, no.
User avatar #86 - SumoWamm (03/13/2014) [-]
I'll sell more for 800 fj badges each. Take your time if you're interested, I have 20+ spare weed i'm selling, i'll try and keep ones you don't have.
User avatar #87 to #86 - Awesomenessniss (03/13/2014) [-]
i still play fairly casually, but thanks for the offer.
User avatar #88 to #87 - SumoWamm (03/13/2014) [-]
okie
User avatar #84 - bitchyouabitch (03/13/2014) [-]
hey would you sell cinderella or white widow?
User avatar #85 to #84 - Awesomenessniss (03/13/2014) [-]
mmmmm, no.
User avatar #78 - capslockrage ONLINE (03/06/2014) [-]
please sell me the ampserdam pride
User avatar #80 to #78 - capslockrage ONLINE (03/06/2014) [-]
amsterdam*
User avatar #81 to #79 - capslockrage ONLINE (03/06/2014) [-]
thanks pal, have been looking for it for a bit
User avatar #82 to #81 - Awesomenessniss (03/06/2014) [-]
I'm nothing if not just.
User avatar #83 to #82 - capslockrage ONLINE (03/06/2014) [-]
Yeah.... that
User avatar #69 - SumoWamm (03/04/2014) [-]
You selling that sunshine skunk?
User avatar #71 to #70 - SumoWamm (03/04/2014) [-]

Fine, do you know anyone with royal cali skunk or amsterdam pride?
User avatar #72 to #71 - Awesomenessniss (03/04/2014) [-]
I don't
User avatar #73 to #72 - SumoWamm (03/04/2014) [-]
Well, **** , I guess i'll be leaving now.
User avatar #74 to #73 - Awesomenessniss (03/04/2014) [-]
You do that
User avatar #75 to #74 - SumoWamm (03/04/2014) [-]
Do you not like me or something?
User avatar #76 to #75 - Awesomenessniss (03/04/2014) [-]
You have wrongly recognized my apathy, I simply don't care.
User avatar #77 to #76 - SumoWamm (03/04/2014) [-]
Oh.....
User avatar #67 - mairon (03/02/2014) [-]
Sell me robot parts and advanced circuit boards.
User avatar #68 to #67 - Awesomenessniss (03/02/2014) [-]
I'd rather not.
User avatar #63 - acarter (02/21/2014) [-]
could i buy your chicken eggs?
User avatar #64 to #63 - Awesomenessniss (02/21/2014) [-]
Yeah, sure.
User avatar #65 to #64 - acarter (02/21/2014) [-]
what do you want?
User avatar #66 to #65 - Awesomenessniss (02/21/2014) [-]
Whatever
User avatar #61 - bitchyouabitch (02/16/2014) [-]
you selling puppet fiend
kitten egg
gold pixel dragon
or soul keepers
User avatar #62 to #61 - Awesomenessniss (02/16/2014) [-]
I'd sell the keepers, but the rest stays.
User avatar #48 - hornack (12/10/2013) [-]
Would you swap your cali skunk for my sour diesel?



Also are you selling dragon?
User avatar #49 to #48 - Awesomenessniss (12/10/2013) [-]
Yes, to the first, keeping dragon.
User avatar #51 to #49 - hornack (12/10/2013) [-]
Or could I buy it from you?
User avatar #52 to #51 - Awesomenessniss (12/10/2013) [-]
I would just prefer the trade. Send it whenever.
User avatar #53 to #52 - hornack (12/10/2013) [-]
Thing is I'm collecting weeds.
So if I could buy it from you that'll be great.
User avatar #54 to #53 - Awesomenessniss (12/10/2013) [-]
Alright, just whatever.
User avatar #55 to #54 - hornack (12/10/2013) [-]
Well what are you looking for?
User avatar #56 to #55 - Awesomenessniss (12/10/2013) [-]
It really doesn't matter.
User avatar #57 to #56 - hornack (12/10/2013) [-]
But would you sell it?
I can offer you some ponies or whatever.
User avatar #59 to #57 - Awesomenessniss (12/10/2013) [-]
I just got a good offer for it from someone so I'm going to go with that.
User avatar #60 to #59 - hornack (12/10/2013) [-]
That's actually from my joint.

Thank you.
User avatar #58 to #57 - Awesomenessniss (12/10/2013) [-]
Seriously just send me whatever, I don't care.
User avatar #50 to #49 - hornack (12/10/2013) [-]
Thank you!
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