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meh...

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Swag sounds so much more impactful than rep.

It's like with every point my suit gets a little crisper and my sunglasses get another diamond...

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:cam: walks with a swagger,

:jc: walks with a stagger,

The real #2 will rise to #1,

and the superbowls'll come ever after.

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rep just seems so....so....yesterday

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schwing!

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I've been generous today, and will have some in return please and thank you

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nah

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Ok so there were rep whores....

Are they Swag whores now??

Or Swag-o-maniacs

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maybe next week then

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