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By Anonymous - / Thursday 7 October 2010 19:28 / United States
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Look son of a bitch better shut up or I'll have to shit on your face!.......since you were to much of a pussy to type it in english that is what you said! Learn english please.. thank you!

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  xpainx  |  1

you deserve it for having a Jew nose Jews always sneeze like that because of their huge noses and you lied about sneezing too Jews lie all the time because they have huge Jew nose like pinnochio you disgusting lying jew

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  Cinn_fml  |  21

It tends to be because of breaking rules or claiming to be a number, such as shouting first. Your comment (#8 on this comment page) got moderated due to it not being in English...

By  Cinn_fml  |  21

How'd you not get it out of your hair? I mean, tissues normally work, and you could always have used loo-paper if you didn't have any on you... Or you could've used your sleeve.

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  Cinn_fml  |  21

Cinn says that. :P Plus what Ignorance said. It's a completely normal and valid word, just maybe only here in the UK, I dunno. I figured it was universal.

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Yea, i agree with #55.....Way to vague. There is construction paper, tissue paper (the kind you sitck in bags for gifts), wrapping paper, paper mache, college ruled paper, wide ruled paper, computer paper, scented paper, wall paper....am i missing any?

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  Cinn_fml  |  21

Jakii is right, and Fawlty Towers has already proved that just saying paper can lead to misunderstandings... So if you didn't know what I meant by loo-paper, Waffleater, does that mean you don't use the word loo either?

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Cinn...yes i have never used or heard the word loo-paper untill today. I have heard and used the word loo though...but only a couple of times. iPedobear...I am sorry I forgot graph paper.

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  I_iz_B_a_troll  |  23

Cinn "figured it was universal". Nothing against her but you can't call me a disgrace for pointing out a word I'd never heard and act like her assumption that everyone knows it is perfectly fine.

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  I_iz_B_a_troll  |  23

I never said I didn't know what the word was; it's pretty obvious. But assuming people should know something they've never heard of is just as ignorant as my finding the word interesting. Or maybe not... I'm not exactly a genius.

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  Cinn_fml  |  21

I_iz - When I said I figued it was universal, I meant that I thought everyone knew what 'loo' and 'paper' meant and so if I put the two together they'd know what I meant. I know not all terms are universal, I've had a few epic conversations about that.

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My point was that when you come across a word you don't know, it's your responsibility to figure it out, or find the meaning of it. It's not the speaker's responsibility to only speak in words you know. What Cinn did and what you did are two very different things, and thus can't be compared.

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