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    Why do K-Mart shoppers exist?

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    Toilet paper

    I was reading about how the average person in America uses 20 sheets of toilet paper per sitting, whereas the average person in China only uses 18. How many do you use? What do you think about this? Where do bidets fit into all of this? Do you love me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Why do K-Mart shoppers exist?
    I'd have thought there would be a comparison between K-Mart and Wal-Mart shoppers.

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    The Homosexual Agenda - why and how the Illuminati will deliver a backdoor attack


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    Dissenting Opinion filed by justice Spamtar...

    Watcha talking bout Willis! his threads are capital. Diamonds in the rough.

    Believe it pisses him off a bit when I appear like I am trolling them but am in fact not.

    Students write this down it will be on a pop quiz "its not the conclusion or even the presupposition which are important rather the issues raised or potential for lively smack talk".

    More ENTJ thread starters!
    I redact everything I have written or will write on this forum prior to, subsequent with and or after the fact of its writing. For entertainment purposes only and not to be taken seriously nor literally.

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    Spamtar - a strange combination of boorish drunkeness and erudite discussions, or what I call "an Irish academic"

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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    Dissenting Opinion filed by justice Spamtar...

    Watcha talking bout Willis! his threads are capital. Diamonds in the rough.

    Believe it pisses him off a bit when I appear like I am trolling them but am in fact not.

    Students write this down it will be on a pop quiz "its not the conclusion or even the presupposition which are important rather the issues raised or potential for lively smack talk".

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    Agreed! He should desist punishing us with his absence and start weaving threads once more like a big, fat spider.

    Nobody here quite hits the spot like Lark. And thazzafact.

    But Teslagirl does a very good imitation. I've edited it for punctuation and content and hope it is more recognisably Larkese:

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    Bunny-ears or loop, swoop, and pull: How do you tie your shoes?

    I was reading this article the other day and it said that those who prefer the bunnyear method are trapped in a state of perpetual nostalgia and long to have their childhood back and Im just wondering how you guys feel about this and which method do you use? Dont you think this theory can be expanded to those who cut the crusts off their sandwiches?
    Sorry Tesla.

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    Someone actually cares how people cut the crust off their sandwiches?
    Jesus Christ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    The Homosexual Agenda - why and how the Illuminati will deliver a backdoor attack
    Because they can't get in the front door?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bananatrombones View Post
    But Teslagirl does a very good imitation. I've edited it for punctuation and content and hope it is more recognisably Larkese:

    Bunny-ears or loop, swoop, and pull: How do you tie your shoes?

    I was reading this article the other day and it said that those who prefer the bunnyear method are trapped in a state of perpetual nostalgia and long to have their childhood back and Im just wondering how you guys feel about this and which method do you use? Dont you think this theory can be expanded to those who cut the crusts off their sandwiches?

    Sorry Tesla.
    Oooohhh you do make it much more Larkish. My own internal lingual Nazi and desire for unbiased clarity apparently has trouble stooping to such a low level of articulation, but you did a fine job of enhancing my imitation, outside of your own penchant for effective language, so thanks!

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    This seems like a disguised Lark hate thread.

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