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In Asheville, at LAB, drinking all your ambers

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I'll keep you updated.

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SCP is in Asheville this weekend too!

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I only live a half hour from there. Please don't come over.

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Those that philosophize. . . .  on the ancient arts. . . . could possibly say . . . .cool story bro?

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Wish I was in my hometown for Beer Week. Enjoy it man!

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SCP is in Asheville this weekend too!

 

Is there a defecation festival there this week too?

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Because the only really good Fiz post, is a drunk post.

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At packs now. Drunk. Drinking cider. Parents drunk too. Just ordered steak.

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Any hot chicks there?

I believe it has the largest lesbian community in the entire US. And not the good kinda either

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