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Discussion in 'The Rumble Strip' started by GranTurismo916, Feb 7, 2014.
I laughed when the guy said "they're British skeletons of course they're dancing sarcastically"
^ "A man from Kuala Lampur..."
@ibnumgt1, is that you?
Well that's weird.
I saw these a on Craigslist long time ago. Text might be a little tough to read on the second ad- just a heads up.
Everyone else congratulates her... as for me...
Congratulating someone for getting an 85? Wat.
yes my school district uses the number system, idk why
You horrible horrible man.
Thanks, I try my best.
Hank Hill disagrees with that statement.
This one made me chuckle, a name and a word that always seem to go together no matter what
Ooh..... still a sensitive subject.
Wasn't there a post about 9/11 recently? I could be wrong. Anyways, it's dark humor, not going to lie, but I think it's not such a sensitive subject anymore, but you can disagree.
Also it is wrong. Let us ignore the fact the Japanese flew to Pearl Harbour. The first kamikaze attack where they crashed was in 1944 against the USS St Lo.
Nowhere in the joke did it state Pearl Harbor was the first Kamikaze attack.
It was a response to Kamui Kobayashi crashing at the first turn of this years Australian grand prix. Never did they attack by crashing until 1944.