does anyone else have a suspicion that i shjt you not is going to comment on 300k
@idubbbz, The sploodge erupting from my genitals shall be endless
@idubbbz, nah but the invisible man and colon kapernic will be.
@idubbbz, I talk to him on an almost daily basis- I can definitely pick his mind and see if he has something planned
@GreenDayGirl, just curious, how do you talk to him?
@LoZ Fanatic, in the random section
@idubbbz, Yeah, I've been wondering if maybe he'll comment again after 300k since he seemed to stop at 200k
@idubbbz, *shrug* it would be about right for an attention wh0re who at the end of popularity just said stupid shjt 99.8% of the time like every other super popular commenter on this app.
@LoZ Fanatic, back in scary mike days the cool kids made a fp forum. Tried it out for a while, was just all the popular kids jerking each other off for all of eternity. That's probably where they still are.
@Mumen Rider , yeah I know about that... I was around when it started... That was before isyn tho started commenting and I also assumed that forum died years ago... That's a fairly accurate description though
@Mumen Rider , now it's just the popular people jerking it to each other on here. Idubbz comments are fücking dumb as shjt, but everyone loves to suck his dick over it. This app has gone so far downhill.
@Lie Ren Licks Taint, eh it's been like this forever. My favourite times are when the old commenters leave a vacuum for the unknowns to comment and you actually get real, good comments. That's usually when I participate.
'Tis but a scratch!
Meaning? Aside from the horrible grammar an important battle can mean a lot. Did it signal a tactical and/or technological shift like the battle of Agincourt? Was it a battle whose outcome would determine social, political, religious landscape of a people for the coming centuries like the battle of tours? Did it signal an end to a specific era in history like the fall of Constantinople?
In conclusion: your history teacher is terrible and should be fired.
Visby, 1361. Between the mercenary army of the King of Denmark and the rebellious peasants of Visby. Not only is the battle well recorded, but the remains of the dead and their equipment remain one of our best references to the weapons and armor of 14th century warfare.
In all honesty I think Galahad's own inner battle with which color he likes most is more significant
We'll call it a draw.
The trojan rabbit, and how they forgot to get in it and the french catapulted it back at them, or the the battle with a deadly rabbit with help from a sorcerer named tim.
Also me: *an. Good thing this isn't English class, cos' I'll be falling it.
*goes to English class*
English teacher: You failed.
Me: How I falled this?,.!
'Tis But A Scratch
There's a reason it's a history teacher and not an english one...