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Things that are easier to get rid of than Alejandro

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blood stains on white carpet

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blood stains on white carpet

 

that's moose blood, right?

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haha you said Herpes right off the bat so I'll go with

AIDS

the Clap

I'm sure the fat believes he is the gift that keeps on giving

Never heard of "clap" but it appears to just be slang for gonorrhea. Well that is easy to get rid of with antibiotics. Not surprised you were trying to name hard or impossible to get rid of diseases and failed. Proving once again how dumb you are!

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you're so fat and gross i compared you to hemorrhoids and a septic tank.  HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!! LOL!LOL!!!!

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1. Body weight

2. Ants in the kitchen/termites in the house

3. Yankees in Charlotte

4. Children from the Mexican border

5. Stage 5 Clingers (a millennial term for a batshit crazy, clingy woman)

6. SCP's poo from the sewage system in Charlotte

7. A car with over 200,000 miles and a salvage title

8. The Tea Party

9. Cancer

10. Violence in the Middle East

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Marty Hurney contracts.

Marty Hurney 2nd round draft picks.

Marty Hurney.

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Cockroaches in Alice's rental properties.

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Steeler jersey wearing fans to come to non-Steeler games.

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popcorn kernels stuck in your teeth

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