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Old 12-06-2012, 11:52 PM   #942
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Default Re: 2012 MTF Popularity Contest News Thread

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Originally Posted by Nole Rules View Post
[center]Note: This is just for fun guys. I hope GSMnadal doesn't mind it.
Can't rep you for this. Made me laugh so hard. Good job.

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Originally Posted by Johnny Groove View Post
When sick, smoking usually cures, imo. Actually, you don't really get sick I don't, at least.
I have food poisoning...probably shouldn't have cooked expired food.


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Is this a bad thing?
singapore is known for being squeaky clean. It's good and bad. I am too tired to explain.

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A 63 seed making the Round of 16 is pretty rare, yes
Dee was wayyyy underseeded anyway.

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Originally Posted by Johnny Groove View Post
I don't really drink at all, really If I do it is with others, if at all. And no beer, unless pong, just liquor.
Beer pong. Played it for the first time during Halloween and it was um, very amusing.


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First smoke and drink. Then you can let your mind wander to the rest.
Cigarettes? Never. I hate tobacco and cigarettes. I drink sometimes but am not a fan of beer.


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Originally Posted by selyoink View Post
Wait so there is a Nole Fan and a Nole Rules? What is the difference between them?
Omg this is so funny.

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Originally Posted by The Bulldog View Post
One of them is male and one of them is female.
Very succinctly put.
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