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The Saltman

Huddle Addiction

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is there a remedy or cure for this sort of thing?

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Penicillin

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No, but it's addiction by subtraction, so that should make you feel at least mildly optimistic.

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get laid

look whos talking

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so there isnt a cure then? Farkkk

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I'm not addicted...

I'm not addicted...

I'm not addicted...

I'm not addicted...

I'm not addicted...

I'm not addicted...

I'm not addicted...

I'm not addicted...

I'm not addicted...

I'm not addicted...

I'm not addicted...

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My GF thinks I'm obsessed with the panthers bc my browser always has one tab with the huddle open. I think I just want to be 100% current and up to speed with all things panthers.

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I've tried, but let me tell you, no! the answer is no

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