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  • 73 55
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 8, 09 at 5:47pm

    This sounds like something my ex would do lol. She lives down there It actually could have been her. Hmm.......

  • 74 64
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 8, 09 at 1:21pm

    I made Semen Angels last night.

  • 72 63
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 8, 09 at 3:41pm

    LOL And South OC likes to think it's above such shenanigans...PSHAW!!

  • 62 50
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 14, 09 at 2:06am

    Only in OC..a land deprived of snow...I can understand this.

  • 64 60
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 29, 09 at 1:10am

    Except it's wet cement it's not concrete till it dries failure

  • 67 66
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 8, 09 at 1:20pm

    I'm sure whoever it was, was making cement angels on dried concrete, not wet. Just drunk and laying on the ground doing the motion. If THEY are talking about wet concrete, I don't believe it

  • 72 78
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 8, 09 at 1:12pm

    That sounds awesome.

  • 59 56
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 8, 09 at 3:51pm

    i likee how 1:20 points out the obvious

  • 61 63
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 8, 09 at 8:11pm

    Hayy thats mee! i made cement angels! and yes, i was very drunk

  • 66 78
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 8, 09 at 2:03pm

    It's concrete, not 'cement'

  • 59 65
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 8, 09 at 4:20pm

    Thanks 1:20 for stating the obvious

  • 59 68
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 8, 09 at 1:16pm

    that sounds awful when the cement that's on you eventually dries.

  • 58 68
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 9, 09 at 2:25am

    Why does everyone correct everything and get technical??? Really, that's not the point of tfln and if you're doing that, you're not enjoying them so stfu and quit visiting the site.

  • 59 71
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 8, 09 at 2:32pm

    Wow haha. --BHB 609 970 0868

  • 43 41
    Submitted by Aceto on Jan 16, 12 at 6:55pm

    First of all, cement is a part of concrete. Second, concrete curing ('drying') on the skin would leave severe burns.

  • 55 69
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 8, 09 at 3:09pm

    Thank you, 1:20. Especially for your understanding of the difference between cement and concrete.

  • 40 50
    Submitted by Jennamatic_3000 on Oct 20, 11 at 9:18am

    Except, all of you idiots, that CEMENT IS NOT CONCRETE. They're two different (very similar but still different) things.

  • 50 71
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 12, 09 at 4:22am

    It IS Concrete Angels. Cement (powder) is what you use to make concrete. Love from, Grammar Stalin