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  • Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 25, 09 at 8:49pm

    maybe you shouldnt have pushed her legs back there. just a thought. would have been just as good with her legs wrapped tight around your waist!!!

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 25, 09 at 8:36pm

    this sounds pretty fake to me

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 11:12pm

    does grammar really matter? its just a text message...

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 25, 09 at 8:51pm

    this is not a funny tfln. this moderators have not been doing such a great job lately.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 25, 09 at 10:34pm

    10:01, no it wasn't he/she was filling him/her in on what happened at the family reunion Definitions of update on the Web: bring up to date; supply with recent information

  • 90 69
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 2:06am

    that destroys the integrity of all the other fake txts.... whats the fire dept gonna do?

  • 88 66
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 9:28am

    7:28, on the subject of grammar: its = possessive it's = it is

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 9:17am

    7:28 you really are an idiot...the OP is obviously relaying a story that was told about her aunt at the family reunion...god you're fucking dumb

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 25, 09 at 9:18pm

    7:51, what does "helter skelter" mean ?

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 25, 09 at 9:28pm

    This text sucks - no mention of Michael Jackson whatsoever...

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 12:35am

    Haha, I feel like everyone understood that but 9:50 and 10:01... lmao to 8:22

  • 85 69
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 25, 09 at 11:18pm

    yeah the OP is telling her friend what she recently heard about her aunt at the family reunion...

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 7:28am

    @10:34 Using the word "once" negates this being an update, as the proper usage of the word "once" denotes the action happing in the past. And an update would be filling someone in on the current events. I don't know how i can explain myself monosyllabically enough for you to understand that grammatically, its just not correct. Remedial English? -Your friend and mine, 9:50

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 2:42am

    The best thing about this text is that I can still see the scrunchie chick in the banner ad. Mmmm...

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 25, 09 at 9:33pm

    hahahahaaaaa 9.28 =D

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 25, 09 at 8:22pm

    maybe she was also stuck up a tree

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 25, 09 at 9:50pm

    How is this an "update" if youre talking in past tense?

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 25, 09 at 7:48pm

    what can the fire department do in this situation?

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 9:09am

    Perhaps the incident didn't happen at the reunion, but was retold there. "Once" and "update" could then happily coincide in the same sentence. As for the fire dept being called, they got my head stuck out from the slots of a rocking chair when I was like 4. They do more than just rescue kittens and put out fires.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 25, 09 at 9:37pm

    from personal experience......i can put my legs behing my head, but can get them back to proper jurisdiction , no problem......wtf...........

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 25, 09 at 7:51pm

    From my experience with the fire department, (not pertaining to my legs being stuck behind my head), they seem pretty helter-skelter if there's not a fire to be put out. At least our local fire department is that way.