Perfect Circle Man

Submitted by: buddy 10 years ago in Entertainment
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What a talent!
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Female 60
it looked like he was going to break his damn arm LOL..that was awesome though!
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Female 419
I bet it wasn`t a perfect circle lol
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Male 591
just pretty nifty how good he got that circle that fast, I couldn`t do it that fast with a compass oO;
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Female 340
thats flippin sweet!
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Female 74
haha that rocks.
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Female 103
ok i find that completely and utterly boring am i the only one? its useless
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Female 920
My teachers would be so jealous.
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Female 98
I think he uses his elbow as a compas to some degree
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Male 141
pretty nifty!
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Female 32
Cooooool! I wonder if he knows that being able to draw a perfect circle is a sign of insanity! Ha ha.
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Female 550
I used to LOVE teachers that wouldn`t teach the whole hour.

We had a history teacher that raised pigs. He would be in the middle of teaching, then someone would ask about his pigs. The rest of the hour, all we would hear about it how his pigs were. Quite fun

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Male 11,739
circle jerk champion
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Female 878
I wish I could do that...
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Female 799
Cool.
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Male 1,149
That rocks my socks
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Female 50
that is not shopped ok i have some weird magnification thing on my mouse the pixels line up and are perfecte
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Male 1,217
awow.
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Female 696
Well, he used his shoulder (which is a circle) and that is the right technique to drawing a circle. Strange though he did it sideways. He is still really neat =D
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Female 266
Well . . . my math teacher can draw lines straight as hell freehand xP
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Female 144
wtf........... how the, shiet.
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Male 1
http://www.canada.com/ottawacitizen
/story.html?id=bbd13968-cb6c
-453e-a3d3-25984b4505f9&k=0
Turns out he`s been lying for 10 years :(
I have no hero now :(
(sorry about breaking up the link)

Lol Pavel my boy way to not know that Mr.Overwijk has been making that up. My sister told me a long time ago haha. Anyway ya I was surprised to see this here. Glebe 4tw.
Now come over and play GoW online!!!

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Male 943
haha better than me... I draw circles like a retarded monkey
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Male 1,521
ZZZZZZZZ
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Male 626
Did you ever know your my hero... did you ever know i cared
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Female 55
I wish I could do that.
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Male 211
My girlfriend can do the same thing. She says I am too square about it...
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Male 332
http://www.canada.com/ottawacitizen
/story.html?id=bbd13968-cb6c
-453e-a3d3-25984b4505f9&k=0
Turns out he`s been lying for 10 years :(
I have no hero now :(
(sorry about breaking up the link)
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Male 176
There are people who reach level 60 and get their epics... and then there are people who can draw a perfect circle.
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Female 1,596
o.0 wow
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Male 315
It just isn`t college without teachers like that.
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Male 13
Is that not one definition of insanity? The ability to draw a perfect circle free-hand?
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Male 317
..o.O`
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Male 1,496
Look at the bottom, it`s not perfect.

So this guy practices drawing cercles, yet he can`t make a perfect one. Wasted time.

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Female 351
why the hell would you want to do that?
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Male 756
It`s a perfect circle - I can tell from the pixels and by having seen quite a few circles in my time.

Circle jerk.

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Male 236
How? That must have taken heaps of practice like HEAPS
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Male 553
doesnt the bottom part of it look flat, could just be me tho
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Male 272
Circleman, circleman, does whatever a circle can...
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Female 30
cool. not.
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Male 876
Omg. A perfect circle. No way.
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Female 6
Just like the other couple said before me, I thought it was about Maynard. At first, with the bald head, I thought it was him. A Perfect Circle has nothing on that guy, haha.
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Male 1,263
wow
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Female 341
you know, it wouldn`t be very hard to learn how to do that, seeing as he kind of used his arm like a compass... just saying
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Male 144
hmmm nice
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Male 556
coolnessful
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Male 686
heyyyy....
it didnt look perfect at the bottom
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Male 210
There`s a syaing goes that if you draw a perfect circle you`re a psycho..
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Female 1,784
I thought he was gonna trace his head lol
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Male 131
1508, Michael Angelo drew a perfect circle for the pope Julius II, so he could let him draw the sixtine chapel.
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Female 986
I wish I could do that :O
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Female 43
~nice~
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Male 1,647
Does "Mr. Overwijk" appreciate being all over the internet, name included?

I suppose he doesn`t care, tho.. seeing as he `won` the competition at some point.

<.< Huh.

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Female 797
awesomeness!
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Female 16
that was pretty cool
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Female 1,070
whoaaaa nice =P

that takes SKILLS

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Female 681
:-D That is cool!
(The only thing is, was there like, a little bump at the bottom of the circle?)
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Male 21
My physics teacher almost did this a couple months ago, he was drawing a circle for a problem and came out near perfect. He had it on the board for weeks!
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Female 105
awesome
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Male 332
P.S. 100 posts! Thanks mr. Overwijk!
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Male 332
And the competition is who can draw the highest number of the most accurate circles in a set amount of time, so they go on a blackboard and just whip through drawing circles over and over. The whole thing is verified by projecting a laser outline of the circle on the board. It`s pretty damn sweet.
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Male 332
This is a teacher at my school, Glebe Collegiate Institute, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada! His name is Mr. Overwijk (pronounced overwick) and he gets all the ladies.
http://www.glebeci.ca/modules.php?
name=News&file=article&sid=171
^ proof!
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Male 701
wow...the bottom wasnt extremely perfect so that might loose the competition...but damn good i`d say
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Female 39
wow...is he double jointed or something? cause idk about you, but my arm doesn`t work like that.
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Female 144
That`s depressing that some people actually spend their free time drawing circles.
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Male 222
Don`t be so over-critical. Of course it`s not perfect, but it`s very hard to draw a near-perfect circle THAT big. pretty cool XD
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Male 4,393
cool...
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Male 142
well... here`s my take on it.
1. Congrats that`s skill. but anyone with a big enough board and that can lock up their elbow can do that (not me, but my physics teacher can do it)
2. That vidoe was all intro and very little circle (kinda disappointed me)
2.
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Male 379
thats some skillz
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Male 1,360
SHOPPED! lolzerez
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Male 413
"shopped!

I know, having seen a fair few shops in my time, and the pixelz"

I cant believe people still actually find that funny....

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Male 1,623
i wonder if he can draw a simple straight line
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Female 33
I live in Las Vegas and I have no clue about that championship. But wow....he`s pretty good. It`s effin hard to draw a perfet circle.
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Female 2,552
Coooooool. I want to do that for some reason lol.
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Male 160
that was cool.
i was bored.
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Female 1,262
Too bad it took him about fifty minutes.
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Female 1,065
He should win a million dollars.. and a better chalkboard..
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Male 632
He`s obviously a robot! That`s the only explanation.
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Male 572
OMFG OMFG OMFG HE DREW A CIRCLE OMFG!!!!!!!!!
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Female 2,074
cool band.
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Male 578
Two words: Chick. Magnet.
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Male 1,647

I said it was relatively useless, but I also gave him props.
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Male 650
This guy reminds me of all the good teachers I had when I was in school.
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Male 115
this guy needs to get laid
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Male 643
Sounds canadian to me.
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Male 737
It`s never gonna be perfect, but it`s perfect enough for me.

One question though.

Who is more sad?

The ones who enter the competition to draw the perfect circle?

Or the ones that decide which one is the most perfect? (judges)

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Female 354
That`s so cool! What a ham. :) He`s good with kids.
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Female 314
wow ..interesting but useless talent
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Male 134
Thats so cool, I wanna do that tooXD
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Female 149
i bet he couldnt draw a perfect circle on a smaller scale
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Male 181
just kindof crazy that he could do that so well in one swift motion
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Male 19
Anyone who says this is useless or not perfect is just jealous.
I bet that teacher gets all the ladies at that contest.
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Male 395
Yeah i agree with Englebert, I was expecting it to be Maynard James Keenan`s vocal warm up or somethin.
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Male 743
david and 23scadu,go @#$$ off @$$#ers.

i wish i had the talent,id show it to my friends and then have no use for it whatsoever.yay.

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Female 340
got to love the teachers that go totally off track of school. They were the best. That is a pretty damn good talent
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Male 732
Impressive.
And to anyone who says his talent is useless: no more compasses for him.
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Female 1,395
hmm...thats too cool for school!
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Male 542
It`s one of those crappy/dodgy talents you wish you actually had!!
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Male 23
LOL, circle contest! anyway, thats pretty cool
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Male 592
he must be nuts... OH and I really like A Perfect Circle Too.
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Male 733
wow, erm pointless and useless but wow..
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Male 274
"What a great talent!"

ITS JUST A @#$%ING CIRCLE!

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Male 128
shopped!

I know, having seen a fair few shops in my time, and the pixelz

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Female 1,412
yay! that was awesum. and stop complaining that is isnt ``perfect`` its a circle and thats all that matters
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Female 106
in art class we had to try to draw a circle and i have to say its hard to get the hang of. mine came out strange 99% of the time
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Female 63
I loved the part where he was drying the chalkboard and it looked iike he was doing some kind of weird penguin flapping. XD

And he did the circle so darn fast! I would be creeping along with that chalk...but I guess that wouldn`t make mine freehand.

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Male 226
i cant even draw a straight line
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Female 873
wow kool :D
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Male 146
Now draw a perfect Mona Lisa.
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Male 547
ummm who uses chalkboards anymore?
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Female 2,220
Awwwwwsome!
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Female 690
I want to go watch that contest now. I would hate to have to be one of the judges for that though, measuring all those circles...
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Female 339
"After the Pope had seen a bunch of potential artists applying to be commissioned to paint the Sistine Chapel; Michelangelo turned up late, with only limited time to prove himself, he grabbed a large piece of paper and draw upon it a big perfect circle, free-hand. The pope was amazed and gave him the job."

YAY so the circle man isnt a complete waste of time after all! :D

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Male 400
I wan him be my teacher :D
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Female 236
For some reason I clicked this link thinking it would be about the BAND A Perfect Circle. So for that reason alone I`m slightly disappointed.
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Female 1,496
There is history to this. It was said only Picasso could draw a perfect freehand circle. So the contest is set out to find a person who can draw damn near a perfect circle. Although it is mathmatically impossible for a human hand to draw a "perfect" circle.
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Male 1,364
Thats one good circle
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Female 319
I wish I had a talent!! >< And he looks like the coolest teacher!!!
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Male 646
After the Pope had seen a bunch of potential artists applying to be commissioned to paint the Sistine Chapel; Michelangelo turned up late, with only limited time to prove himself, he grabbed a large piece of paper and draw upon it a big perfect circle, free-hand. The pope was amazed and gave him the job.
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Female 3,001
hah. bless him thats his claim to fame.

can you imagine him at partys? *yes well i can draw perfectly round circles. ill show u if u like!!...n btw im a teacher*

hed get it

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Male 2,605
I`d like to see it measured and mathematically verified. Sorry, but my Trig class last year left me bitter.
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Male 285
i bet that got him a scholarship somewhere
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Female 301
I liked how he called him "sir", reminds me of my school days.
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Female 173
Am I the only one who found this incredibly boring?... (Then again, I guess a few hours of Kurosawa can make anything seem dull.) :/
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Male 2,567
waawwaweewah
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Male 81
Difficulty: 7
Awe Factor: 8
Usefulness: 0.5
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Female 68
daaaammmmnnnn O.o"
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Male 80
it was pretty amazing...that takes practice and a good steady hand
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Male 2,958
Me too cy. The bottom right seems a little off. Not complaining or anything, I probably couldn`t do any better, but it isn`t really `perfect`.
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Female 560
i wish i could do that i dont know why
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Male 567
we have this teacher who taught us how he cheated the rullete wheel in vegas because on of the ummm like frets or whatever you know...it had like a little chip in it and when the ball went over it it alterd the outcome

good story well told

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Male 870
Seemed a bit off to me. On the bottom.
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Male 567
he is my hero!
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Male 30
Hes about as straight as a circle.Or at least thats how it appeared to me.
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Male 153
there is no such thing as a perfect circle
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Male 1,111
My dad can draw a better circle than your dad! lol

didn`t know that had a championship...and he said it was like the Masters, hmm for some reason I don`t think it`s much like that.

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Male 380
hahaha
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Male 2,576
Hum, long live crazy teachers.
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Male 11
Right. A man. Draws a circle. With chalk.
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Male 4,246
Man, Las Vegas has a world championship for EVERYTHING!! Even...drawing circles? )-|
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Female 33
BEST TALENT EVAR!
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Female 2,761
how the?... what the?...
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Male 1,647

Haha.. that`s mad cool. Useless, cept for winning that contest, but.. mad cool.
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Male 10,115
Link: Perfect Circle Man [Rate Link] - What a talent!
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