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Reading comprehension > you

Grammar>you.

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Grammar>you.

:p

I guess I cant keep relying on spellcheck lol

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Did you just call yourself a Dumbass?

no really op, im pretty sure you called yourself a dumbass.

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no really op, im pretty sure you called yourself a dumbass.

Did you read my post? Did you read my reply?

Or did you not comprehend it?

I make thread stating that I dont believe we will take him, opposite of the " goodson for lloyd?" And "4th or 5th for lloyd?" Stating that we would not take him.

Almost positive your either not reading what I wrote or your just too ignorant to understand the difference between a reality thread vs a fantasy thread.

I wont judge you for your peanut brain, everyones got their own problems.

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Your womanly intuition is amazing.

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OK, someone clean up and turn the lights off on your way out.

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