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By Explicit / Tuesday 13 January 2009 18:17 / United States
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By  cra_z_turtle  |  0

this kinda thing happens to everyone. Our class did a mock trial once, and the "judge" said "I now call upon the prostitution witness" instead of "I now call upon the prosecution witness". this was quite a long time ago, maybe grade 6. also, my friend and I had to explain what prostitution was to another one of my friends :S.

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By  cra_z_turtle  |  0

this kinda thing happens to everyone. Our class did a mock trial once, and the "judge" said "I now call upon the prostitution witness" instead of "I now call upon the prosecution witness". this was quite a long time ago, maybe grade 6. also, my friend and I had to explain what prostitution was to another one of my friends :S.

By  piderman13  |  0

#5 god your stupid thats not the same at all! hahaha on another note thats so funny!!! i love when words are mispronounced!!! hahaha makes my day that much funnier (;

By  gs_fml  |  0

heyy thats like i was in ss once and i was reading aloud about medieval times. the paper said "edward's cousin," which i said, but people thought i said "edward cullen" big mistake on my part for the twilight fans were all over me.

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