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Rylahn here a newbie :)
rylahn ernandez
14/11/2012
5:53:43 PM
Isn't it wonderful to meet new friends talked about everything and share our common passion as well as our experiences in everyday life. Hope to hear from you all soon. :D

Cool Hand Lock
14/11/2012
7:44:46 PM
You will

kuu
14/11/2012
8:09:18 PM
And you may do better (but I doubt it) if you differentiate yourself from the other spammers!

Miguel75
14/11/2012
8:15:28 PM
I'm not sure why but when I think of Chocky spammers I visualize a middle aged dude sitting at an ikea desk in a stained wife beater (singlet) with a half eaten pack of cheese and bacon balls. And no pants on....

E. Wells
14/11/2012
8:45:37 PM
sounds like me, can someone explain to me why these people want to share the goodtimes. What exactly is a spammer, they are so friendly and boring.
dalai
14/11/2012
9:08:00 PM
gmail account but no numbers in the name. Could be a real person???

Miguel75
14/11/2012
9:14:40 PM
On 14/11/2012 dangermouth wrote:
>... SNIP... What exactly is a spammer, they are so friendly and boring.

spammer n
tr.v. spammed, spam·ming, spammer
1. To send unsolicited e-mail to.
2. A person who sends (a message) indiscriminately to multiple mailing lists, individuals, or newsgroups.
3. A person who engages in the activity of 'bouldering' (an activity almost like real rock climbing). Accoutrements usually include a beanie, pants, protective pad and gaggle of other like minded individuals, though oddly enough no shirt.
dalai
14/11/2012
11:24:12 PM
Fair enough. Thanks Cliff D. The user is now disabled...

E. Wells
15/11/2012
6:10:27 PM
So boulderers wear pants, but spammers dont, but spammers may also be boulderers. Im getting it. This afternoon I bought a salmon head for $1.50 at coles. Its not an everyday occurence. What should I do with it? Rhylan? Do you cook? I have a salmon head. I am serious, I kinda need your help on this one....are you even listening?!

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