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Bardock42
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You kno' it. Word, 'sup?


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Me talk pretty one day.


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Me talk pretty one day.


Don't you feel dirty when you are dumb?


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Mmm, dirty. Like Jesus' sandals.


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Originally posted by Ya Krunk'd Floo
Mmm, dirty. Like Jesus' sandals.


Woah, if Jesus was so good..why didn't he give his Sandals to them poor folks?


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Because they would have made them into boats and sailed away to America where they would have sex with big-breasted whores. And sheep.


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Because they would have made them into boats and sailed away to America where they would have sex with big-breasted whores. And sheep.


Woah, woah, woah...are you saying Joseph Smith is a liar?


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Woah, woah, woah...are you saying Joseph Smith is a liar?


I don't know, but first read this:

Joseph Smith = Liar.


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I don't know, but first read this:

Joseph Smith = Liar.


What do 'at taint'd sign mean?


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I've read............


























........a school text book! Ahh! Oh-no!


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Also file 'The Da Vinci Code' and anything by Clive Cussler on the list of shit reading.



I thought the Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown was actually really good.

Although i am a fan of Nirvana, i would have to say that love and death, written about Kurt Cobain. I am normaly able to read through a whole book, but this one actually put me to sleep. It seemed based on Cobains grandfather rather than himself.

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I tried reading I Robot, I dont know why but I just couldnt read it. I like Lord of the Rings, but I just cant handle it at times, it just gets too drawn out and boring.


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The worst 7-book series that I've ever read is The Dark Tower. It's also the only 7-book series that I've read. It's also the worst because the ending is one of the least satisfying and most cop-outish I've ever read in my life ever.

The stuff I said earlier about Dan Brown and Clive Cussler still stands; they junk, ya hear? They junk.


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I tried reading I Robot, I dont know why but I just couldnt read it. I like Lord of the Rings, but I just cant handle it at times, it just gets too drawn out and boring.


I hate you. (I also doubt you ca actually read)

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I thought the Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown was actually really good.
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The worst 7-book series that I've ever read is The Dark Tower. It's also the only 7-book series that I've read. It's also the worst because the ending is one of the least satisfying and most cop-outish I've ever read in my life ever.

It took you 7 whole books to decide The Dark Tower sucked ? That's what, 3000 pages ?

Maybe you're a bit too fast with your judgement laughing
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The stuff I said earlier about Dan Brown and Clive Cussler still stands; they junk, ya hear? They junk.

I haven't read Clive Cussler, but Dan Brown is pretty good. Angels and Demons is his best novel.


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In school we were forced to read The Catcher in the Rye. I dunno why people think it is a good book. Twas the worst i've read.


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It took you 7 whole books to decide The Dark Tower sucked ? That's what, 3000 pages ?

Maybe you're a bit too fast with your judgement laughing


The journey was fun, but the ending spoiled all that went before.

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I haven't read Clive Cussler, but Dan Brown is pretty good. Angels and Demons is his best novel.


Dan Brown writes utter garbage. If you like garbage, then I guess you'll like what he writes.

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In school we were forced to read The Catcher in the Rye. I dunno why people think it is a good book. Twas the worst i've read.


Have you read books other than comic books and the latest movie novelisation? Catcher In The Rye captures a period in life, a time and a person so utterly perfectly. However, there aren't any dragon's lances in it, so maybe it's time for Salinger to do a re-draft.


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Of his bones are coral made;
Those are pearls that were his eyes:
Nothing of him that doth fade
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Dan Brown writes utter garbage. If you like garbage, then I guess you'll like what he writes.

Why ? I'm not a fan, but I respect the fact that the man can write a page turner. That's also a gift you know.


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Why ? I'm not a fan, but I respect the fact that the man can write a page turner. That's also a gift you know.


It's only a page-turner if you can't wait to read more crap.


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Full fathom five thy father lies;
Of his bones are coral made;
Those are pearls that were his eyes:
Nothing of him that doth fade
But doth suffer a sea-change
Into something rich and strange.

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