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like or dislike?

Just curious what the consensus is here.

Should have made it a poll.

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Why watch that when you can watch the real thing? Dislike.

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dislike...but it is hot that you bring up any kind of porn cat

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Why watch that when you can watch the real thing? Dislike.

Because the real thing doesn't involve tentacles. Duh.

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Only like it if it features Smurfet banging Pebbles Flintstone. Other than that scenario, dislike.

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Because the real thing doesn't involve tentacles. Duh.

Mostly...

Only like it if it features Smurfet banging Pebbles Flintstone. Other than that scenario, dislike.

:lol:

...and I also agree with Sultan.

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liked when I was 15

dislike now

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