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I think I've heard that before: cliches and repeats
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Sep 27th 2007

You tell me. You've been combative towards me most of the day...not sure why though.

Sep 27th 2007

The general consensus is that we like them.

See? People here are bitching out today. And I, for one, don't like it.

You started it. And that but about being productive I thought was posted by Brian but now I wish I noticed it was posted by you so I could have made that remark with you in mind.

Sep 27th 2007

Oh well I meant that Cat Party was bitching out...about the "words that we overuse" here. So...I was actually defending you. Paradox.

Sep 27th 2007

It's like the gift of the magi. sigh

Friends?

Sep 27th 2007

enemies

Sep 27th 2007

Friends. Come on, hug it out bitch.

...does that translate, KarenX?

Sep 27th 2007

enemies

(Quiet, you! The negotiations are at a delicate point.)

I think I can hug it out. Bitch.

Sep 27th 2007

You guys have to do the (((hug sign)))s.

Sep 27th 2007

((This)) is a thing I actually can't stand and already tiraded about several months ago. Do we hafta?

Sep 27th 2007

It's the cliche thread; it'd only be appropriate.

Sep 27th 2007

(((BTF)))

Because God forbid I be accused of being inappropriate.

Sep 27th 2007

Oh...I wasn't gonna do the fake parenthses hug either...um, okay (((KarenX))).

For the record, we don't have to do that again. An agreement to hug it out is enough for me.

Sep 27th 2007

(((everybody)))

Sep 27th 2007

If somebody ever organizes a group hug, I want you all to stand next me.

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