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Old 11-15-2012, 12:11 AM   #3492
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Default Re: Attention Seekers Vol. 2012 - ACC is finally here.

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Originally Posted by The Bulldog View Post
You gullible idiot.
I can't sink any lower than getting owned by a 13-year-old kid and getting called an idiot by another child.

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You make no sense with those gifs. Not that your post are much better.
THANK YOU. I was waiting for someone to explain what the hell that gif was supposed to convey. But let's not bully children; they're young and vulnerable still.

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Corrected for you trips. And btw did Roger sign you anything? I really wished to be in O2 this year.
Will spell it 'scoop's from now on. He signed a picture the first time I stalked him, then my Swiss flag the night of the final he finally made our date. He stood me up one night so I ran to Novak instead.

Yeah, you should have been at the O2. The tournament was amazing, even if Rogi lost the final. Come next year!
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