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  • While [[second person pronoun|we]] may never know the exact origin of the phrase. One of the earliest, if no {{Q|Sure, I get sweaty and flustered, and my voice is shouted hoarse, but I think it's wort
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  • ...but was thwarted on every occasion by the fact that his cellphone did not get service on Earth. ...r listing to Joe's tripe whilst experiencing the horror that is prime time sitcom entertainment from the previous millennium. Poor souls who suffer from the
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  • :''"Let's just do what we're told and follow the evil puppy,'' :''"We're all gonna die in Satan's Hell!"''
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  • ...same [[crap]] over and over again. They do this to make [[money]] and they get away with it because people will put up with anything as long as it helps t We're looking right at you, [[George Lucas|Mister Lucas]]. Stop editing our ch
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  • ...similar! Oh well... You should consider yourselves lucky, because now you get an article about me! Written by me! Is that great or what? ...o hard! Okay, I'm gonna make my [[gay]] friend write this instead, because gay people live for this kind of thing. Just like [[foreigners]]! I'm pretty su
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  • *2. In a 2 part episode, the characters from Seth McFarlane's other animated sitcom, [[American Dad]], co-star. *9. You are unable to get your Jedi Starfighter started.
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  • The formerly held view that the chicken crossed the road "to get to the other side" was rejected in 1981 by the general human population for ...imply none of our business ''why'' the chicken crossed the road, only that we accommodate the chicken's road crossing within society, providing adequate
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  • ...s usually a public transport vehicle or a San Francisco gay hospital. They get dressed in a mix of old age rap/ Muslim dresses<strike>p</strike>ers' unifo ...ahiri|Wacky Zawahiri]], who has a profound obsession with the [[American]] sitcom ''[[Family Guy]]''.
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  • Well, let's take stock of your life ''right now'', shall we? No job, no spouse, no family, thirty-one [[year]]s old, tenement falling This, however, may make the program seem [[gay|pompous]] and over your (yes ''your'') head. But rest assured this is not
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  • ...s. Together with the [[beard]] [[Bill Bailey]], he starred in the [[TV]] [[sitcom]] [[Black Books]] in which he played bookshop owner Maximus Blackstone, who ...ingon, he worked to gain power through the back door...no, that is not a [[gay]] inuendo. Sheep also feature prominently in Dylan's life. Sheep are fluffy
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  • ...so like, euhh, if you're not like over 18 years of age... ummm like, don't get caught being here, man.|}} ...Pedro DePacca who gets pulled over by a cop and he says all this stuff and they're both high and Tommy says his name is Ralph and ... oh man, it's too funny j
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  • |'''Media Type''' || Sitcom ...|| Mostly, its about housewives and how desperate they are. Oh, and people get killed.
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  • ...shootings in American history. The shooting has inspired an award winning sitcom on NBC called "The Shooting". While school shootings are extremely common a ...ay of the attack Eric indeed drank from a cup of a stranger and did indeed get West Nile bug. When asked about this in an interview months later, Eric not
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  • Gervais enjoyed further success at BBC Television with the sitcom, ''[[When the Whistle Blows|When the Winslet Blows]]'' which was a whore-po ...ing man you are and instead think you're just some chubby bloke". "Ha, you gay!" said Gervais, doing a "limp-wristed" gesture, causing the bands Oasis and
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  • ...ked against Nudgee College a bogan institution for gay homosexual boys who get nightfortly anal rapping's from the brothers. ...ghtspot in New Hampshire which they promptly translated into the hit song "We Built This City On [[Rock and Roll]]". An unnamed source close to the [[ba
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  • ...h; Set sail every week with Christopher Lowell and the most fun loving and gay crew within the Kriegsmarine. The tight & cramped quarters of a U-Boat give *''Everybody Love Adolf'' &mdash; A sitcom based on Adolf's Nuremberg "stand-up" skits.
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  • ...it 10 times. If you do it 200 times it rapes everyone in the game and you get to see a secret winning scene with starfox doing a barrel roll with Peppy H ...etime sentence in the [[F-Zero]] Grand Prix where he manages to constantly get his ass kicked by Captain Falcon, but hey, he drives better than [[you]]!
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  • ...of financial and other forms of trading between conscious beings. Although we don’t yet have data from parallel universes or Utah it’s hard to believ ...ardware and cover them in concrete and landmines to make sure nobody could get at them and cause another wave of mass suicides.
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  • ...Coñospeakism, [[Jejemon]] ,Salitang-kalyeish, Squatteralog, Tadbaliksish, Gay Lingo, Chuva Chenesish, Taglish ...ipino diaspora to other countries, and [[American]] citizens would finally get a hold of their old jobs taken away from them.
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  • {{Q|It's the only time of year where when you get full, it just encourages you to eat more|Anyone with an appetite big enough ...Afterwards pilgrims raided their tepees and gorged on all their food. But we refuse to tell our children that, but instead help them put together shitty
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