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glad I'm not the only one excited.. chuckle

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Third one reminded me of you.


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lol, I wish I lived in a world where I was allowed games as a kid. chuckle

my mom thought it was a better idea to send me to a mormon military camp known for their abusive approach towards 'at risk' youth.

that kid has it golden imo.
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You still havent grown up though.

That means your still a kid.
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I can accept that critique, it's true in a lot of ways.

except that I am a parent now, and the childishness is a necessity.. I am in a fully functional and sustainable world of my own creations, and it affords me the luxury of embracing the arrested development my childhood traumas gave me.

I'd much rather be me in all my imperfect glory than anyone else.

example: today I plan on showing my oldest the critical thinking skills required in a sim game "Jurassic World Evolution".. it was on sale, and he loves dinosaurs..



in other words, I'm quite happy with my life choices. who else can honestly say that?

5a
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I dont agree with that.

Just because you have children doesn't mean you should get on their level.

How are they supposed to learn in that case, if you're just as stupid and childish as you are.
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lol, I wish I lived in a world where I was allowed games as a kid. chuckle

my mom thought it was a better idea to send me to a mormon military camp known for their abusive approach towards 'at risk' youth.

that kid has it golden imo.
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You still havent grown up though.

That means your still a kid.
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I can accept that critique, it's true in a lot of ways.

except that I am a parent now, and the childishness is a necessity.. I am in a fully functional and sustainable world of my own creations, and it affords me the luxury of embracing the arrested development my childhood traumas gave me.

I'd much rather be me in all my imperfect glory than anyone else.

example: today I plan on showing my oldest the critical thinking skills required in a sim game "Jurassic World Evolution".. it was on sale, and he loves dinosaurs..



in other words, I'm quite happy with my life choices. who else can honestly say that?

5a
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


I dont agree with that.

Just because you have children doesn't mean you should get on their level.

How are they supposed to learn in that case, if you're just as stupid and childish as you are.
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He's enjoying a game with his kids, having fun, letting them be kids, nothing wrong with that I do it to.

And he is not stupid by any means.

Chill out.
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You still havent grown up though.

That means your still a kid.
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I can accept that critique, it's true in a lot of ways.

except that I am a parent now, and the childishness is a necessity.. I am in a fully functional and sustainable world of my own creations, and it affords me the luxury of embracing the arrested development my childhood traumas gave me.

I'd much rather be me in all my imperfect glory than anyone else.

example: today I plan on showing my oldest the critical thinking skills required in a sim game "Jurassic World Evolution".. it was on sale, and he loves dinosaurs..



in other words, I'm quite happy with my life choices. who else can honestly say that?

5a
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


I dont agree with that.

Just because you have children doesn't mean you should get on their level.

How are they supposed to learn in that case, if you're just as stupid and childish as you are.
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He's enjoying a game with his kids, having fun, letting them be kids, nothing wrong with that I do it to.

And he is not stupid by any means.

Chill out.
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You're even more stupid.

Don't expect me to listen to what you have to say.
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lol, I wish I lived in a world where I was allowed games as a kid. chuckle

my mom thought it was a better idea to send me to a mormon military camp known for their abusive approach towards 'at risk' youth.

that kid has it golden imo.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


You still havent grown up though.

That means your still a kid.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77925855


I can accept that critique, it's true in a lot of ways.

except that I am a parent now, and the childishness is a necessity.. I am in a fully functional and sustainable world of my own creations, and it affords me the luxury of embracing the arrested development my childhood traumas gave me.

I'd much rather be me in all my imperfect glory than anyone else.

example: today I plan on showing my oldest the critical thinking skills required in a sim game "Jurassic World Evolution".. it was on sale, and he loves dinosaurs..



in other words, I'm quite happy with my life choices. who else can honestly say that?

5a
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


I dont agree with that.

Just because you have children doesn't mean you should get on their level.

How are they supposed to learn in that case, if you're just as stupid and childish as you are.
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lol, you either don't have kids or a terrible parent. chuckle

I enjoy time with my children, which as frustratingly mundane as it can be, is far better than the cynical nihilism of your average adult.

It takes a lot of time to turn into the jaded asshole you seem to be. Wouldn't you rather enjoy a smile over the simple things in life?

cheers
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I can accept that critique, it's true in a lot of ways.

except that I am a parent now, and the childishness is a necessity.. I am in a fully functional and sustainable world of my own creations, and it affords me the luxury of embracing the arrested development my childhood traumas gave me.

I'd much rather be me in all my imperfect glory than anyone else.

example: today I plan on showing my oldest the critical thinking skills required in a sim game "Jurassic World Evolution".. it was on sale, and he loves dinosaurs..



in other words, I'm quite happy with my life choices. who else can honestly say that?

5a
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


I dont agree with that.

Just because you have children doesn't mean you should get on their level.

How are they supposed to learn in that case, if you're just as stupid and childish as you are.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77925855


He's enjoying a game with his kids, having fun, letting them be kids, nothing wrong with that I do it to.

And he is not stupid by any means.

Chill out.
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You're even more stupid.

Don't expect me to listen to what you have to say.
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Lol, your energy is bitter and jealous.
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You still havent grown up though.

That means your still a kid.
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I can accept that critique, it's true in a lot of ways.

except that I am a parent now, and the childishness is a necessity.. I am in a fully functional and sustainable world of my own creations, and it affords me the luxury of embracing the arrested development my childhood traumas gave me.

I'd much rather be me in all my imperfect glory than anyone else.

example: today I plan on showing my oldest the critical thinking skills required in a sim game "Jurassic World Evolution".. it was on sale, and he loves dinosaurs..



in other words, I'm quite happy with my life choices. who else can honestly say that?

5a
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


I dont agree with that.

Just because you have children doesn't mean you should get on their level.

How are they supposed to learn in that case, if you're just as stupid and childish as you are.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77925855


He's enjoying a game with his kids, having fun, letting them be kids, nothing wrong with that I do it to.

And he is not stupid by any means.

Chill out.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


thanks man. cheers

It's obvious he'd rather pull other people down than look at himself though, and the only way to respond to those types is show them the introspection they wish they had.
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You still havent grown up though.

That means your still a kid.
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I can accept that critique, it's true in a lot of ways.

except that I am a parent now, and the childishness is a necessity.. I am in a fully functional and sustainable world of my own creations, and it affords me the luxury of embracing the arrested development my childhood traumas gave me.

I'd much rather be me in all my imperfect glory than anyone else.

example: today I plan on showing my oldest the critical thinking skills required in a sim game "Jurassic World Evolution".. it was on sale, and he loves dinosaurs..



in other words, I'm quite happy with my life choices. who else can honestly say that?

5a
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


I dont agree with that.

Just because you have children doesn't mean you should get on their level.

How are they supposed to learn in that case, if you're just as stupid and childish as you are.
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lol, you either don't have kids or a terrible parent. chuckle

I enjoy time with my children, which as frustratingly mundane as it can be, is far better than the cynical nihilism of your average adult.

It takes a lot of time to turn into the jaded asshole you seem to be. Wouldn't you rather enjoy a smile over the simple things in life?

cheers
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Your bitch ass doesnt even have kids.

If you actually did, I'd feel sorry for them.
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I dont agree with that.

Just because you have children doesn't mean you should get on their level.

How are they supposed to learn in that case, if you're just as stupid and childish as you are.
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He's enjoying a game with his kids, having fun, letting them be kids, nothing wrong with that I do it to.

And he is not stupid by any means.

Chill out.
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You're even more stupid.

Don't expect me to listen to what you have to say.
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Lol, your energy is bitter and jealous.
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I can accept that critique, it's true in a lot of ways.

except that I am a parent now, and the childishness is a necessity.. I am in a fully functional and sustainable world of my own creations, and it affords me the luxury of embracing the arrested development my childhood traumas gave me.

I'd much rather be me in all my imperfect glory than anyone else.

example: today I plan on showing my oldest the critical thinking skills required in a sim game "Jurassic World Evolution".. it was on sale, and he loves dinosaurs..



in other words, I'm quite happy with my life choices. who else can honestly say that?

5a
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


I dont agree with that.

Just because you have children doesn't mean you should get on their level.

How are they supposed to learn in that case, if you're just as stupid and childish as you are.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77925855


He's enjoying a game with his kids, having fun, letting them be kids, nothing wrong with that I do it to.

And he is not stupid by any means.

Chill out.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


thanks man. cheers

It's obvious he'd rather pull other people down than look at himself though, and the only way to respond to those types is show them the introspection they wish they had.
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Im in a weird, happy and awesome mood today and I'm enjoying watching you tear into this prick.

I can't stand neg vibes.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
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I can accept that critique, it's true in a lot of ways.

except that I am a parent now, and the childishness is a necessity.. I am in a fully functional and sustainable world of my own creations, and it affords me the luxury of embracing the arrested development my childhood traumas gave me.

I'd much rather be me in all my imperfect glory than anyone else.

example: today I plan on showing my oldest the critical thinking skills required in a sim game "Jurassic World Evolution".. it was on sale, and he loves dinosaurs..



in other words, I'm quite happy with my life choices. who else can honestly say that?

5a
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


I dont agree with that.

Just because you have children doesn't mean you should get on their level.

How are they supposed to learn in that case, if you're just as stupid and childish as you are.
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lol, you either don't have kids or a terrible parent. chuckle

I enjoy time with my children, which as frustratingly mundane as it can be, is far better than the cynical nihilism of your average adult.

It takes a lot of time to turn into the jaded asshole you seem to be. Wouldn't you rather enjoy a smile over the simple things in life?

cheers
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Your bitch ass doesnt even have kids.

If you actually did, I'd feel sorry for them.
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chuckle

well now, you went and got stupid before I could have fun.. damn..
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I dont agree with that.

Just because you have children doesn't mean you should get on their level.

How are they supposed to learn in that case, if you're just as stupid and childish as you are.
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lol, you either don't have kids or a terrible parent. chuckle

I enjoy time with my children, which as frustratingly mundane as it can be, is far better than the cynical nihilism of your average adult.

It takes a lot of time to turn into the jaded asshole you seem to be. Wouldn't you rather enjoy a smile over the simple things in life?

cheers
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Your bitch ass doesnt even have kids.

If you actually did, I'd feel sorry for them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77925855


chuckle

well now, you went and got stupid before I could have fun.. damn..
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Sorry about that.

What fun we talking about?
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I dont agree with that.

Just because you have children doesn't mean you should get on their level.

How are they supposed to learn in that case, if you're just as stupid and childish as you are.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77925855


He's enjoying a game with his kids, having fun, letting them be kids, nothing wrong with that I do it to.

And he is not stupid by any means.

Chill out.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


thanks man. cheers

It's obvious he'd rather pull other people down than look at himself though, and the only way to respond to those types is show them the introspection they wish they had.
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Im in a weird, happy and awesome mood today and I'm enjoying watching you tear into this prick.

I can't stand neg vibes.
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any particular reason, or just a random happy day?

I honestly deal better with negative people than anything else. At least I know where they stand. chuckle
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lol, you either don't have kids or a terrible parent. chuckle

I enjoy time with my children, which as frustratingly mundane as it can be, is far better than the cynical nihilism of your average adult.

It takes a lot of time to turn into the jaded asshole you seem to be. Wouldn't you rather enjoy a smile over the simple things in life?

cheers
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Your bitch ass doesnt even have kids.

If you actually did, I'd feel sorry for them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77925855


chuckle

well now, you went and got stupid before I could have fun.. damn..
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Sorry about that.

What fun we talking about?
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I enjoy debate, but you went right into the mud slinging.

it must be hard being jealous of an anonymous internet user, but it sounds a lot more like your problem than mine.

chuckle
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He's enjoying a game with his kids, having fun, letting them be kids, nothing wrong with that I do it to.

And he is not stupid by any means.

Chill out.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


thanks man. cheers

It's obvious he'd rather pull other people down than look at himself though, and the only way to respond to those types is show them the introspection they wish they had.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Im in a weird, happy and awesome mood today and I'm enjoying watching you tear into this prick.

I can't stand neg vibes.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


any particular reason, or just a random happy day?

I honestly deal better with negative people than anything else. At least I know where they stand. chuckle
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Wife has the day off, had a great morning with no kids, listening to music, dancing in the kitchen, lol, celebrating life, love and happiness and thanking God for our blessings.

Just a great day bro, wish they could all be like this.
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Your bitch ass doesnt even have kids.

If you actually did, I'd feel sorry for them.
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chuckle

well now, you went and got stupid before I could have fun.. damn..
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Sorry about that.

What fun we talking about?
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I enjoy debate, but you went right into the mud slinging.

it must be hard being jealous of an anonymous internet user, but it sounds a lot more like your problem than mine.

chuckle
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Yeah, you are SO anonymous...
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Nice try morons.

Its actually funny to watch you try. chuckle
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thanks man. cheers

It's obvious he'd rather pull other people down than look at himself though, and the only way to respond to those types is show them the introspection they wish they had.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Im in a weird, happy and awesome mood today and I'm enjoying watching you tear into this prick.

I can't stand neg vibes.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


any particular reason, or just a random happy day?

I honestly deal better with negative people than anything else. At least I know where they stand. chuckle
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Wife has the day off, had a great morning with no kids, listening to music, dancing in the kitchen, lol, celebrating life, love and happiness and thanking God for our blessings.

Just a great day bro, wish they could all be like this.
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word.. I can appreciate that. cheers
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chuckle

well now, you went and got stupid before I could have fun.. damn..
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Sorry about that.

What fun we talking about?
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I enjoy debate, but you went right into the mud slinging.

it must be hard being jealous of an anonymous internet user, but it sounds a lot more like your problem than mine.

chuckle
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Yeah, you are SO anonymous...
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yep. cool2
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Sorry about that.

What fun we talking about?
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I enjoy debate, but you went right into the mud slinging.

it must be hard being jealous of an anonymous internet user, but it sounds a lot more like your problem than mine.

chuckle
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Yeah, you are SO anonymous...
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yep. cool2
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No, you're not.
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today is my wife's monday, but we spent the weekend geeking out on borderlands 3, so we had a couple days of awesome fun.
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I enjoy debate, but you went right into the mud slinging.

it must be hard being jealous of an anonymous internet user, but it sounds a lot more like your problem than mine.

chuckle
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Yeah, you are SO anonymous...
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yep. cool2
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No, you're not.
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prove it. who am I?
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Yeah, you are SO anonymous...
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yep. cool2
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No, you're not.
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prove it. who am I?
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A big fat liar.
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today is my wife's monday, but we spent the weekend geeking out on borderlands 3, so we had a couple days of awesome fun.
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Very cool, sounds fun.
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Prove me wrong.
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Prove me wrong.
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Prove you right.

Smh.
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yep. cool2
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No, you're not.
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prove it. who am I?
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A big fat liar.
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prove it. :eyeroll:
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No, you're not.
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prove it. who am I?
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A big fat liar.
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prove it. :eyeroll:
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I don't have to.

You already did.
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today is my wife's monday, but we spent the weekend geeking out on borderlands 3, so we had a couple days of awesome fun.
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Very cool, sounds fun.
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it was.. we enjoy our time together like it's the last day on earth. I don't know what I did to make me as lucky as I am, but I accept it and I'll never take it for granted.
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prove it. who am I?
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A big fat liar.
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prove it. :eyeroll:
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I don't have to.

You already did.
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does this usually work for you? Honestly?

chuckle





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