No_substitute_for_you wrote:ILuvKennyMcCormick23 wrote:Don't worry, NSFU. A lot of people are being negative Nancys these days.
Is that good or bad? I can't tell...M00ndragon69 wrote:We need to think of some thing to make this place fun again.
Stop doing that w3rd crap it's getting annoying, espcially when that's your only post w3rd, that's so retarded it's something that a newbie would type......or Vanilla Ice if he could afford a computer.
M00ndragon69 wrote:We need to think of some thing to make this place fun again.
I heard from my old martial arts instructor that you can measure whether you have too much fat in your diet by whether your poop floats or sinks.
sinks= not too much fat
floats= too much fat
Anyone ever heard that?
....No, it's probably the titties!
I don't think that they would have blocked the BBS, but I can't be too sure. The most random sites have triggered the "alarm". Earlier this year, some of my friends were called down to the office because they were using the school computers to look for pictures of STD's for their health assignment.
Brave_Sir_Ribbit wrote:Stop doing that w3rd crap it's getting annoying, espcially when that's your only post w3rd, that's so retarded it's something that a newbie would type......or Vanilla Ice if he could afford a computer.
Gee that was nice!
And toxicsideeffects, I have never heard of that. But that's a reather nasty thought, don't you think?
When aired in Japan on December of 1997, more than 700 Japanese children suffered seizures, vomiting, irritated eyes and other symptoms after viewing Pikachu shocking some vaccine missiles and made them explode.
The seizures caused by this episode caused Toei to drop the strobe effects from Pikachu's electric attacks. Also, a disclaimer to be placed at the beginning of video releases warning about possible seizure-inducing moments, despite the strobe effects already being gone.
This episode was never commercially released, even in Japan. Also, it never aired as a rerun. It's also banned in every country.
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