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Friday, March 17, 2006


What's the difference?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fuck all, ironically.

10:19 AM NZDT

Anonymous Anonymous said...

There's a difference? I've no idea. I'm still having trouble choosing between there, their and they're.

10:19 AM NZDT

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ask Alanis Morissette - she'll have a fair idea.

11:24 AM NZDT

Anonymous Anonymous said...

One is old english and the other is g'ed up gangsta talk. AKA "fresh".
Helps when your a gangsta rapper to have "al" on the end of some words so your rap can flow better.


12:23 PM NZDT

Anonymous Arapax said...

It's not like rain, on your wedding day.

It's not like a free ride, when you've already paid.


12:49 PM NZDT

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Isn't it ironic that she seems to completely misunderstand the definition of irony.

12:55 PM NZDT

Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK people... the gag about Alanis Morrissette ironically misunderstanding irony is pretty old.

And you call yourselves creative.

Or do you?

1:08 PM NZDT

Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey,

I didn't mention that lame arse Canadian bush pig.

muhahahahahaha, therefore in the eyes of 1:08, I must be creative...

...or am I?


2:38 PM NZDT


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