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Comment count is 15
fluffy - 2007-07-01

Needs more "STFU n00b"

EvilHomer - 2007-07-01

Agreed. And maybe things have changed since I was their age, but how is this any different from a normal day in school?

love - 2007-07-01

I'm hoping this is the next step in the evolution of human discourse.

Syd Midnight - 2007-09-16

Yeah, if teenagers were like this I'd say they've evolved.

Aernaroth2 - 2007-07-01

I dunno, seems way more articulate than normal cyber-bullying.

gambol - 2007-07-01

I was thinking the same thing.

PS: zitface

Adramelech - 2007-07-01

Why say it online? It's called anonymity douchebags.

Repomancer - 2007-07-02

Hereinafter, I will ONLY say it online.

You malodorous, cretinous punks. LOL

Hooker - 2007-07-02

I'm assuming that the implication here is that it's okay to say things online as long as you have the balls to say it to their face as well?

Frank Rizzo - 2007-07-02

haha she got dominated at the table, stupid bitch

Syd Midnight - 2007-09-16

Someone dub in a girl muttering "owned"

revdrew - 2007-07-02

I knew Megan was a huge tramp, but her breath smells like garbage? Thanks for the heads up!

Sean Robinson - 2007-07-02

The friends' awed silence gave this an air of an intervention.

Camonk - 2007-07-02

You know my problem with this whole thing is that Meagan never did tell us how many boyfriends her trampy mom has. C'mon, Meagan, how many?

tamago - 2007-09-16

This is pretty much how all my junior high conversations went. Only with male specific insults like 'fag' and 'loser' and 'jerk.' And that was with the good friends.

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