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Desc:Hervé Villechaize and Santana remind us that suicide is for losers
Category:Humor, Educational
Tags:Teens, suicide, depression, santana, Everything is Terrible
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Comment count is 11
Smellvin - 2009-08-01
I'd just like to remind everyone who may have forgotten that the French midget did off himself in the end.
Toenails - 2009-08-01
He failed at suicide when he was a teen, though.

And that's all these folks were concerned about: Teen Suicide.

Randroid - 2009-08-01
No, he was shot by Ralph Fiennes.

THA SUGAH RAIN - 2009-08-01
Suicide is for those over the age of 19. That's why smoking is legal over 18, so that you can start the slow and miserable process of killing yourself.
Camonk - 2009-08-01
Of all the people who kill themselves, the teens are best. More teenagers should commit suicide. Chances are, we wouldn't really be missing out on that much from their adulthood.

PS: I guess Everything is Terrible won the tags, at least.
boner - 2009-08-01
That first kid could pass for Jodie Foster.
baleen - 2009-08-02
I thought the same thing. Such a pretty boy. He could also pass for an Eddie Furlong from Seattle's own American Heart.

Robert DeNegro - 2009-08-01
Hey hey hey!
GeneralJameson - 2009-08-01
This is GOLD Jerry GOLD!
Menudo con queso - 2009-08-01
If I was a teen named Derrick Beckles, I'd probably get busy a-suicidin'.
Xenocide - 2009-08-02
"Tragicomic irony" should be a tag.
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