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Anybody else find themselves addicted to The Huddle?

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Everytime I get a free moment, I'm on my phone either reading or posting... My wife thinks I need to go to Huddle Rehab. What's worse? I may be inclined to actually agree with her. I love this place! I can't ever get enough of it... Am I alone on this? Or are you guys with me?

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I feel like I can get enough of it, yet I still come back.

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Maybe instead of rehab your should just quit cold turkey.

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this is pretty much my go-to forum these days

sadly, not for the panthers info... there's just some genuinely good people on here

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Maybe instead of rehab your should just quit cold turkey.

I can't...

Scratches throat like a crack fiend and says... Well, I'll leave it at that.

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I can't...

Scratches throat like a crack fiend and says... Well, I'll leave it at that.

I think you have a slight Huddle problem. Try and start taking breaks on the weekends, mmk?

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Every time I try to leave people find me and beg me to come back.

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I think you have a slight Huddle problem. Try and start taking breaks on the weekends, mmk?

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I agree with you, but I can't... And I don't think you can either. You have almost 7,000 posts in under a year... Like I asked... Anyone else addicted to the huddle?

Pie and swag if anybody in this thread can admit to the fact that they are addicted to the huddle

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Every time I try to leave people find me and beg me to come back.

its true

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Every time I try to leave people find me and beg me to come back.

yeah, me too.

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