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Darth Biscuit

Huddle Jamz 2013

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Aren't you like 6'5" 290?

No I'm only 6'2" and 260ish. CatMan is the one who is like 7'12" and 420lbs.

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No I'm only 6'2" and 260ish. CatMan is the one who is like 7'12" and 420lbs.

I literally lol'd at that.

Hawk is tall too, but he's Canadian so...

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Maybe Hawk can rustle up a Huddle Curling Jamz 2013 up in the Canadia.

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idk about playing curling myself, but I love to watch that poo. I'm not kidding.

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what is this basketball you speak of?

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The one thing I could do is neutralize Panthro on the low block.

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The one thing I could do is neutralize Panthro on the low block.

That's what I was thinking... because otherwise I'm going to have to cover him.

Speaking of that... I see Panthro and Zod on here this morning... wonder why they're avoiding this thread???

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Whenever you guys decide on something...lemme know...I need to see this in person

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Whenever you guys decide on something...lemme know...I need to see this in person

Cheerleading outfit with pom poms?

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i play basketball like old people fug

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