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  Rei_Ayanami  |  18

Saying you took an arrow to the knee does not actually mean they got married. The question was posed to the man who made that line, he meant a literal arrow hit then in the knee, causing serious and irreparable damage, causing then to be a guard.

By  Baustigt  |  40

At least now you can look badass when you tell all your friends. When my older sister went skiing, she flew straight into a snow drift and cowered there for the rest of the day, while streams and streams of small children skied past her. Nothing badass about that story.

  gunnerette  |  45

#35 Maybe it's just me, but I think it's completely different and you shouldn't compare naming a snowman after a member of your family and naming a disease after the scientist who discovered it. Just my opinion :)

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