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What happens when hot chick gains weight?

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This is my friend 2 years ago...

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This is her now...

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fug you, Ronald McDonalds

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You delete all accounts. Phone, internet, everything. F*ck that.

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Sell her some blow for christ sake.

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Sad day when a girl goes from slutty to fat

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She won't be your friend for long if she reads teh huddelz.

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She won't be your friend for long if she reads teh huddelz.

Ill be alright.

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you need to ask yourself, are you her friend because she was "hot" or are you her friend because she is a good person and fun to be around. act accordingly.

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you need to ask yourself, are you her friend because she was "hot" or are you her friend because she is a good person and fun to be around. act accordingly.

The first option obviously.

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