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Bakir, there's no such a thing as too late, you took my turn, so yours doesn't count basically haha

 

& IReallyWannaKnow you're too curious to know everything & i'm assuming that because of your name xD

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(salam)

 

How did this thread get so off-topic?

 

And Darth, "intelligent" not only does not go with "young", but definitely does not go with "in a real hurry to get marred".

 

Seriously, Darth, you need to get a realistic definition of "intelligent".

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Hasanhh: A man with interesting thoughts and his signature is exactly what I think of the Charlie Hedbo shooting. Je ne suis pas Charlie; Je ne suis pas pour le sport. (I am not Charlie; I don't insult for sport.)

Edited by Gaius I. Caesar

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A very kind brother with a lot of interesting things to say on various topics but also whom I wish would directly quote the person he's referring to instead of just bolding their name so the person he's referring to would be notified.

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Muhammad Ali is my ideal bro. I want to be like him. So polite, such a gentleman. Whenever I feel angry I remind myself What would Muhammad Ali do in this situation? An example to be followed imo.

 

^ True dat.

 

As for the Lord Vader, PC Master Race, nuff said.

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