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  1. WorstAliasEver

    WorstAliasEver Little Lord Fauntleroyce

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    For someone that spends so much time on these boards, you sure are the oblivious one, aren't you?

    By the way...I'll help ya out with the words you can't understand:

    o·bliv·i·ous ( P ) Pronunciation Key (-blv-s)
    adj.
    Lacking all memory; forgetful.
    Lacking conscious awareness; unmindful

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    the 1 ( P ) Pronunciation Key (th before a vowel; th before a consonant)
    def.art.

    Used before singular or plural nouns and noun phrases that denote particular, specified persons or things: the baby; the dress I wore.
    Used before a noun, and generally stressed, to emphasize one of a group or type as the most outstanding or prominent: considered Lake Shore Drive to be the neighborhood to live in these days.
    Used to indicate uniqueness: the Prince of Wales; the moon.
    Used before nouns that designate natural phenomena or points of the compass: the weather; a wind from the south.
    Used as the equivalent of a possessive adjective before names of some parts of the body: grab him by the neck; an infection of the hand.
    Used before a noun specifying a field of endeavor: the law; the film industry; the stage.
    Used before a proper name, as of a monument or ship: the Alamo; the Titanic.
    Used before the plural form of a numeral denoting a specific decade of a century or of a life span: rural life in the Thirties.
    Used before a singular noun indicating that the noun is generic: The wolf is an endangered species.

    Used before an adjective extending it to signify a class and giving it the function of a noun: the rich; the dead; the homeless.
    Used before an absolute adjective: the best we can offer.
    Used before a present participle, signifying the action in the abstract: the weaving of rugs.
    Used before a noun with the force of per: cherries at $1.50 the box.
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  2. nice n simple

    nice n simple Is Stimpy On Crack ?

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    nyce try.. try again asshole haah
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  3. WorstAliasEver

    WorstAliasEver Little Lord Fauntleroyce

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    wyw yyu ryally aye tyat dymb, aynt yyu?
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  4. WorstAliasEver

    WorstAliasEver Little Lord Fauntleroyce

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    This is the little man in Verb's brain. The ball=a decent comeback. The hill=Verb's stupidity. Things don't look good for the little man.
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  5. jesus chris

    jesus chris are you serious?

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    he'll claim it's due to disability but in reality, it's because he has an exclusive relationship with his right hand.
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