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- I WANT MOAR OF HER and then some R34
- ******* lying SJW cunt needs to be punched in the face
The Thought Police Are Here
- He's got some **** on his upper lip
Zimbabwe's President Mugabe...
- Replace every instance of "white" with "black&q…
Dear white people...
- I'd ****
- Don't ruin Zooey for me
Steve Buscemi eyes
Zooey? Don't you mean >>
- What is love?
This is love
baby don't hurt them
- Hey I'm a metalhead but I'm not a self fellating douche like t…
r/iamverysmart on his first...
Metal snobs are the worst, that's why I only listen to GOOD metal, prog metal.
The new opeth sucks.
And if it isn't a 7 string in drop a, is it even metal?
- LOL I can still remember playing Oregon Trail in elementary sc…
- But did you play Oregon Trail and have to flip the disk halfwa…
OMG every time you wanted to save the game you had to switch disks with Wizardry and all the SSI games. Not to mention you could exploit a bug to have characters with max stats in both games by switching disks at the right times. It made the games SO much harder but a hell of a lot of fun. Those green screens were murder on your eyes though. Think i got my first color monitor 2 years after i bought it after i already had the external drive and color printer.
LOL I can still remember playing Oregon Trail in elementary school (was born in '80) on an Apple II. At home I had a Commodore 64 and have memories of playing Ghostbusters and Grand Prix for hours on end with that one.
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