By Andrew / Sunday 28 August 2011 22:37 / Ireland
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  EnEl_Infierno  |  15

fyl op. I'd like to see a punk kid try and say that to cop, even a bicycle cop, here in texas. -Kid: Bike Tawt -Cop: *No words just kid laying on the ground with tread marks on his forehead.*

  Jammy01jams  |  2

Well since they're gang members they're highly unlikely to report you, nor would anyone believe them. Just wave your gun around a bit. Maybe take a few shots by "accident" and "miss" the people laughing.

  Iskaria  |  0

It's an Irish thing... And I actually lol'd at 'go on wanker, do a wheelie' xD

These youths are highly unlikely to have any interest in Beiber. They tend (I'm generalising) to listen to techno and the angrier end of rnb, it's just how it is!

  minisquid  |  9

Mr. A. Teen,
I was under the belief that internally suppressed weapons were illegal in California without a Title 1 permit. Correct me if I'm wrong.
~M. Squid

  THE_A_TEEN  |  27

They belong to my uncle who lives in el salvador, a gun ethusiast (sp?) and a veteran to the civil war in the 80's, not necessarly (sp?) mine, he own's them in el salvador, not in the states and never will be.

  a_nutritionist  |  10

yeah cos im sure any experiences teenagers have with police officers are a result of victimisation and prejudice. its not like teenagers have a tendency toward acting like tough guys for no reason, nope, unheard of.