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Thread: Things people need to stop doing
April 4th, 2012 #1
Things people need to stop doing
Stop telling me to watch Game of thrones.
Stop saying 'awkward' whenever there is silence for more than three seconds, its not always awkward.
Please stop using memes, not just in real life, it makes me want to hurt you.
I've been in school every day this week despite the fact that it's the easter hols, I've nothing against lessons out of school hours, but for some reason, being with other people has pissed me off this week. Although today my family left for the weekend and now I can just draw in peace, *Relaxed 'ahhhhh'*
'hell is other people', have you guys had any encounters recently that make you agree with that?
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April 4th, 2012 #2
is it ok to post kittens?
you need some right now
on the fourth day of glitchmas my painter™ gave to me
four random crashes, three broken brushes, two system hangups & one corrupted workspace
April 4th, 2012 #3
Looks like you should chill out, grab a bucket of popcorn and watch game of thrones
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April 4th, 2012 #9
It's Easter. You need a bunny.
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April 5th, 2012 #11
Don't get me started on bicyclists. Around my area they REFUSE. flat out REFUSE to ride anywhere but on the line on the side of the rode. Not to the right on the shoulder where they're supposed to be. Directly on the line half their body in the rode. To the point where they sit there and stop traffic like jackasses.
The irony. There's a huge park with a huge bike trail not even 5 minutes away.
April 5th, 2012 #12
Wait... you mean you haven't seen Game of Thrones yet?
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April 5th, 2012 #13