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By madison77 / Monday 21 November 2011 23:26 / United States
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  bizarre_ftw  |  21

Why would they let you out of elementary school?

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  rofdoc  |  14

and in norwegian, that word is "tyveri" :) #1, eg visste heller ikkje ka de meinte me larcency, tror kje det e et godt ord på norsk for det :/

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bizarre_ftw you make the rest of this comment look smart. Unicorns fart rainbows while tangoing with King Kong. Also France is a state of the United States of North Korea which is located in Ontario, Canada.

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  bizarre_ftw  |  21

69 -same here (and yes i know i'm talking about my own) once in a while i'll do something incomprehensibly stupid and i'll end up wondering why the fuck i did it. this is one of those times.

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  breadfruit  |  0

I don't see why this was thumbed down. OP's fiancé broke the law for her! That sounds like a recipe for an exciting marriage!


Starting as soon as he gets out of prison, by which point OP will probably have moved on, unimpressed by her ex-fiancé's glaring lack of judgment.

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  Waggleton  |  0

I waste my time and I waste my money on a broken dream cause you wouldn't wear my ring, baby give me back my ring. Who's heard the song you gotta love it:)

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Oh he's gonna have sex tonight. Just not quite like he planned to. Unless he was hoping for anal. But it'd still be reversed. He's gonna be the one getting fucked in the butt. Yeah.

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  boarder540  |  12

Why is it no one has stated the other alternative? He could have bought the ring from a pawn shop thinking it was legitimate. Pawn shops get rings all the time and do not always know if the ring is stolen or not. If this is the case the fiancé unknowingly bought a stolen ring and he was unlucky enough to get charged for larceny.

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It is illegal, but thats for people who are in debt and the rest of their property os being seized.not for stolen property. It's a simple mistake to think the law applies, completely understandable

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It is illegal, but thats for people who are in debt and the rest of their property os being seized.not for stolen property. It's a simple mistake to think the law applies, completely understandable

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  The_Troller  |  14

I think people are trying to correct different thing and it's just turning into a clusterfuck.
-9 was the correct form
-97 was incorrect, it should've been "your"

And I'm pretty sure 136 mwas just sarcasm. I hope.

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