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  oXali  |  30

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  aceman1992  |  30

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  zombiegold  |  13

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  VoteForTaco  |  19

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  Wassupwassup  |  19

Dude that shit is dangerous! More and more people are signing up for plastic knife defense classes, I suppose OP was just an instructor on how to safely operate such a weapon

By  ninjuh_wingman  |  42

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  OhHushDear  |  42

Why would it be like a paper cut? Paper is smooth and very thin, and plastic knives are thick and have jagged edges. They wouldn't cut similarly at all =P

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  OhHushDear  |  42

Not cool, bro. We weren't insulting. We were teasing. You however, had to ruin it and be offensive. This is why I am losing faith in this thing many people don't seem to remember the meaning of: courtesy.

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  flockz  |  42

and what does being on your phone have anything to do with your pathetic attempt of spelling correctly? i'm on my phone as well. does that give me the ability to misspell 2nd grade words too?

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  DocBastard  |  42

Blackmisory - for fuck's sake, just give up. Your "learning disorder" is that you're a stubborn idiot who can't learn from his mistakes. That's miSTAKES.

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  DocBastard  |  42

No, we're only jerks to people who make numerous mistakes and then defend their mistakes using stupid, trite excuses (we've all seen the learning disorder, autocorrect, "my sister used my iPod", "it's not English class", etc).

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  Slimshots  |  42

I believe that everyone makes mistakes and that if you understand the gist of what they're saying, there's not really a point to calling them out on that. After all, this is the internet and you can't really expect the majority of people on here to actually care about how they write.

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I've been stabbed in the hand with a plastic fork before. I was surprised about how deep it went. The amazement of that distracted me from the pain.... Never under-estimate plastic!

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