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12 hours ago, Fat Freddy said:

Well, fuckin' A... it's been a while. How the fuck is everybody doin'? 

I gotta go to fucking work, but other than that, fucking fine! ūüĎ欆

Good to see you back on HH Mr Abt! 

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3 minutes ago, lettard said:

Was off work today...thank fuck! Now i'm headin' to the Fucking bar :drink2:

Have a few for me, you old fuck. 

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5 hours ago, whiplash1972 said:

I gotta go to fucking work, but other than that, fucking fine! ūüĎ欆

Good to see you back on HH Mr Abt! 

 

I wasn't sure if I even remembered my fuckin password after all this time :D

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  • 1 month later...

I got banned from a guitar forum so I'm gonna stop this Goddamn OCD/asking/shameful self-plugging shit by taking medication. Fuark it. ; )

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5 hours ago, Thomas/Coastline said:

I got banned from a guitar forum so I'm gonna stop this Goddamn OCD/asking/shameful self-plugging shit by taking medication. Fuark it. ; )

Don't worry about it mate.

You can ask your OCD driven, shameful self-plugging shit here, to your hearts content. 

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For your information, after cheesy dinner today (Spaghetti Seravecchio), I had some cocoa dusted dark chocolate truffles. Those were so good that my tongue jizzed. I'm off the booze but fuark it, a glass of Port with this would have been very nice. 

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9 hours ago, Thomas/Coastline said:

For your information, after cheesy dinner today (Spaghetti Seravecchio), I had some cocoa dusted dark chocolate truffles. Those were so good that my tongue jizzed. I'm off the booze but fuark it, a glass of Port with this would have been very nice. 

Thank-you for sharing that with us. 

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Fuark it. I'm still not fully as aroused as I was before the Goddamn communist-dictatorship virus hit me. It affected One Eyed Trouser Snake in a bad way and I want to sue the Chinese government/laboratory for that.

 

Warm regards,

Thomas McFapperson or Sir Fapsalot, if you like. ; )

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So, Tellus is the only planet in the galaxy where there's jizzing going on. The jizzing mechanism started long ago in the sea/water. In the eukaryotic fossil record, sexual reproduction first appeared about 2.0 billion years ago in the Proterozoic Eon, although a later date, 1.2 billion years ago, has also been presented. Nonetheless, all sexually reproducing eukaryotic organisms likely derive from a single-celled common ancestor. Who or what jizzed and made that ancestor? Fuark it, I don't get it.

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