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Q: I need an advice...

5 years 32 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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Make sure the rope is knotted 13 times and is places securely behind your neck prior to jumping.

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And you need a question too..

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I need advise on how to deal with retards, like you. 

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make sure you brush your teeth everyday and never be late for work.

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Make sure the rope is knotted 13 times and is places securely behind your neck prior to jumping.

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Remember that in a car the trunk is in the back and not at the front
Its funnier if you say it with a Indian accent

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Doesn't matter how you turn, your arse is always behind......

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Haha, this thread looked exactly the way I thought it would...  sorry for trolling, I was too bored yesterday..

 

 

But so many questions, let's start with...

 

1. What would you advice American and Chinese folks if DT got elected in 2016? 

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