User:The Woodburninator

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I'm still here. Real life got some bullshit thrown at it, and now my internet has turned into molasses circa the winter of '82. Hopefully it stops that soonish.

“after a few hundred pages the story just melds into a big blob of nothingness spiced with chagrin.”
“Now, I know some of you, mostly the guys, might think it’s cool to stand up in church, whip out your wang, wiggle it around like a jiggleworm, and give it a couple whaps to your old mom’s cheek, making a sweet echo effect across the pews.”
“but I prefer to help the world along a path of change, not force change down the throats of others. I never force it. However, if someone was to ask for a little change down their throat, I would be willing and able to push it deep, deep down. Mmmmmm...
~ Professor X on change
“Frankly, forty minutes is too long to microwave almost anything. Maybe if you were trying to cook a turkey in there; I don't know. I've never tried.”


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Yeah, I had a few girlfriends in middle school.
They should be Graduating from there in a year or two though.


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