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- not on ps4 **** me
Single player vs. Multiplayer
- People already use that abbreviation
Yeah but the J now stands for jett not Jesus
- Beware the Ides of March +1
- lolwut two negatives do make a positive in English
Never go for gymnasts and...
Apparently only in American English and in the past few decades. I'm not sure why. But look past beyond that and a double negative meant exactly that -- a double negative.
Nope, "In Standard English, two negatives are understood to resolve to a positive. This rule was observed as early as 1762"
Read further down the page. And check NPR's 'Ways with Words' on the subject.
- wat game is that
City Building sim set in long time ago
- If you were over 5 years old, you would know that 541-1 = 540
Hey jerk, i didn't want to go here, but i have autism, and i suck at math, i'm better at reading, do not anger me, or be rude, be understanding.
- DO IT IN YOUR HEAD
- It's the first sport that I've come across that I don't dread …
- thats me next year
- lol my first time touching the ball in a game was from a steal…
still impressive that you're playing ^^
keep it up, I played hockey throughout my childhood and now that im graduated and just mostly sitting around with the gf at home, my ability to keep up my muscle memory is incredible. I can sit around for a week doing nothing and get up and go for a jog around the lake, it's incredible what sports can do.
I can only imagine what kind of a cardio imprint water polo would leave on a person
It's the first sport that I've come across that I don't dread practice or hope for games to get cancelled. It just feels great playing it, like even if I'm out of breath and tired, I still feel great, and I don't care if we lose, because just playing is nice. I really like waterpolo
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