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ATTN: DFS it's your panty washing-time you are going to leave us. Sing the song with me DFS to the It's Crying Time Again tune!

It's your panty washing-time you are going to leave us. I can see that 
far away look in your eyes. Yes it's your panty washing-time you are 
going to leave us. So don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way 
out on your panty washing-time, because it won't be long before it's 
panty washing-time for you again. :)

Hey partner don't for get to flush Tampon! :)
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11/18/2012 7:19:02 PM
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On 11/18/2012 2:19 PM, Big Steel wrote:
> It's your panty washing-time you are going to leave us. I can see that
> far away look in your eyes. Yes it's your panty washing-time you are
> going to leave us. So don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way
> out on your panty washing-time, because it won't be long before it's
> panty washing-time for you again. :)
>
> Hey partner don't for get to flush Tampon! :)



ha!

It took me about 3 trolls to make you completely lose your cool and go 
off the deep end, you babbling, brillo-headed ex-con.

That's the advantage of having a Caucasian brain vs a negroid brain.

Now it's back to administrative segregation with your simian self...




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nospam2091 (10001)
11/18/2012 7:22:58 PM
On 11/18/2012 2:22 PM, DFS wrote:

Of course, your junk is not read you know this, right? Go on now boy and 
go wash your panties you old redneck fool with your little package in 
your hand. :)
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BigCCC111 (41)
11/18/2012 7:32:13 PM
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