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You all are some pretty mean mother fuggers

Show us how nice you are and make her the next Huddle kitten. FAP FAP FAP.

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This is the first time I'm going to have to say

I wouldn't hit it

on the Huddle.

Fat bitch is ugly

She looks like a cave troll turd

I in my boxers

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This is the first time I'm going to have to say

I wouldn't hit it

on the Huddle.

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Back Back NO! NO! NO Pie for you!

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Here is what her page says.

hi im katie im 13 now my birthday was on the 20th of january i love to sign my other acount on youtube is the avrillavignefan12 and i was singing on there but i got some mean comments plz dont put mean comments on my channel

Picking on a 13 year old girl, way to go you douche bags.

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Here is what her page says.

Picking on a 13 year old girl, way to go you douche bags.

You could make the argument that she shouldn't post videos of herself on the internet, though.

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You could make the argument that she shouldn't post videos of herself on the internet, though.

You could, but you would be arguing with a 13 year old girl.

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