To Whomever Violated My Laundry... [Pic/Note]

Submitted by: fancylad 8 years ago in Funny

BOOM! YEAST INFECTION!
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Female 111
LOL! Wow super pwnage!
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Male 148
Lol. Only 1 word for it. PWNED!
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Male 76
....Bloody epic!!!!
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Male 6
Thank you yeast and your infectious ways, for the first few lines, I thought this could be a complaint written because there was an ad for cheese on TV. Either way you go about it, it could happen.
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Male 211
hahaha, karmas a b***h, sucks to be them, it actually does!
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Female 236
very nice.
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Female 1,283
This is what we call "ownage".
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Female 126
Still chuckling looking at this today and yes batmanners, its a Shinji piece that was taken down from DA a while back.
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Male 5,189
LAWLS!!
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Female 213
loool
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Female 38
Batmanners, what does 25 posts have to do with anything? You`re as annoying and douchery and your Groogle. And maybe as idiotic. Maybe.
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Male 471
I used to do laundry in my old apartment complex- the only time I ever came in to find my clothes not where I left them was on a Sunday (busy laundry day) when I left my clothes in there maybe... 3 hours after the load was done. Someone just needed the dryer. While they weren`t folded, they were neatly piled on a table, so I wasn`t worried.

But my new complex has a washer/dryer hook-up, so I`m seriously considering doing that.

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Female 1,181
yeah, Twisssted, keep telling yourself that...
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Female 4
To Twisted... Thrush is a type of yeast infection that can spread easily if you come into contact with it. thats why they tell you not to bring a child with thrush to a day care center/ school.
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Female 99
okay.. yeast infections are not spreadable..
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Male 975
abby ur a retard...owning a washer and dryer have nothing to do with importance, its more in relation to A. where i live (in an apartment), and B. my finances (college student)..clearly ur not important at all though if you dont see my point and spend your time sitting in a dryer-washer room
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Female 528
"And it`s spelled "vain" "

I hate you fnkychkn.

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Male 9,305
Diver, don`t triple post, take a break between or put everything you want to say in A SINGLE post. Thank you.
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Female 32
premierwondr, if you are so important go buy your own dryer.
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Female 855
nowhowdoesshe know her laundry feels violated?
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Female 3,726
Sunday, September 27, 2009 1:37:28 PM
Babies get yeast infections....in their MOUTHS?

Reason #472 I`m not popping out any kiddlets.
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WOW...thrush is a harmless and pretty common, normally very young babies get it. It`s just and imbalance in their digestive system or they could have gotten it from the birth canal and it can be passed through breast feeding....You obviously have NEVER been around babies before and you`re right maybe you shouldn`t have kids if something like that freaks you out...

Yea, whoever did this was an non-nice individual...I hope he get what is coming to him/her!

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Male 975
to anyone who says to wait in the laundry room: not everyone`s lives are as pathetic as yours, we have better things to do than sit in a laundry room for an hour and 45 minutes
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Female 5,222
ROFL.. major pwnage
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Female 153
Heh heh heh.... Indeed, I hope they enjoy their thrush too.

This note is a bit old but still funny as hell.

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Male 690
Boring.
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Female 855
And it`s spelled "vain"
And geez, how I hate bubble writing. You have a kid, learn to write like an adult.
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Female 4,376
You do realize certain people complaing about how "she shouldn`t have left her clothes in the dryer for 18 hours" should probably read a little more closely. The clothes were in the dryer and she fond them thrown everywhere STILL WET. You know what that means geniuses?

Lets break it down for you simpletons. Someone came along before the dryer even STOPPED. that means it was still going and not sitting there for "18 hours". They were either being an ass and wanted the dryer or were just plain being an ass and STOPPED thr dryer in mid cycle and threw the clothes everywhere. She didn`t leave it there for hours on end.

And god forbid someone doesn`t want to sit in a small room watching there clothes cycle for an hour. I never do and I always am very prompt when i go to pick up my laundry. Just 2 bad experiences I had were when someone got there just a few minutes before me. Some people are just dicks.

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Male 35
Haha, it`s fine, mehh. It was also my fault; you`re right, I could have been more polite. Sorry

Diverdown,

Go here.

Learnt is very much correct and accepted. However, I wouldn`t wander about, using learnt with people who aren`t used to it. It`ll sound a bit arrogant.

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Female 528
DiverDown, please don`t call us asswipes (it`s spelt arsewipes here because we don`t wipe our donkeys). And DO NOT speak the name of our Lord Crocodile Dundee in vane or we`ll come down under on you with our boomerangs faster than you can say `crikey!`
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Male 4,745
Someone who doesn`t understand thrush?
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Female 528
Sorry AznFriday. I`ve had a really bad day and I was taking it out on you
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Female 535
learnt is an acceptable form of learned.
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Male 177
NOTE TO SELF: Don`t touch anyMORE baby clothes. (really)
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Male 326
Stuff like this reminds me life in an apartment complex and having to co-exist with all to the other "tenants" (the laundry vioation issue, not the yeast infection...just to clarify). It`s easy to take for granted simply having your own washer and dryer.
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Male 35
Mehh,

Sorry, I didn`t intend to come across as condenscending, but I would have deeper sorrow if you didn`t insult me for my age and intelligence. Clearly this doesn`t need to be an argument;
How about a truce? :-) By the way, I learnt this years ago.

Yarrrpirate,

In mehh`s defense, learnt is just an alternate spelling of learned. I`m sure that you`ve said burnt instead of burned before.

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Male 394
"you just learnt"

Fail

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Female 1,604
I don`t understand people like that, the kind that would just do that to someone`s laundry, not the kind that wrote the letter. People are jerks, I hope they get a yeast infection, if anything worry about getting it for a long time.
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Female 528
"Sorry, mehh, you`re wrong."

AznFriday, thankyou for your condescending reply. I was in fact quoting. A grammar nazi such as yourself should be able to recognise this by observing that sentence was encompassed by inverted commas. I was actually stating my *confusion* over when "whom" applies in a sentence. Just because you just learnt this at school doesn`t give you permission to be patronising.

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Male 446
Her writing looked clear enough to me, despite the image quality.

Stop being geeks about it, you geeks.

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Female 3,828
lol slim chance, but i kinda wish that the person would get a yeast infection...
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Male 61
hahahhaha
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Male 376
as if.
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Male 4,004
Kaempfe, is your Avatar Hirako Shinji?
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Male 4,004
Groogle, I know what you mean. did you notice how retardedly she wrote: "that was classy"?
Looks like "thod was clossy.".

And how about that "seaher" instead of scatter.

And something about the way she wrote math is off.

Mrs. 25 posts, you, ma`am, stfu and leave my Groogle alone. XD

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Female 126
For those folks remarking on the `cyclops` what she used was a tiny X, like x), x3, xO, xD. I associate this with having your eyes tightly closed accompanied by a very strong emotion, which I suppose in this case must be vindictive amusement.
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Male 4,004
Women, always bitching.

Maybe she shouldn`t have left her clothes in the dryer for 18 hours. If the other person had the time to do their entire laundry (wash and dry) before you noticed that someone got sick of waiting, then maybe you should focus more on laundry than writing lame notes.

I hate when people forget their damn laundry, I would have... nay, have done the same thing.

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Male 4,004
Touching baby clothes gives you a yeast infection? These startling news are giving me diabetes.
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Male 497
omg cyclops *)
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Male 1,265
I used to live in a shared house; it had 9 rooms and 4 shared bathrooms. It was hell. On the day I moved out, I went round just to make sure I hadn`t left anything. In one of the bathrooms, someone had puked everywhere. All over the seat, the bowl, the wall, and the floor. It was as if they`d made a conscious effort to miss the bottom of the toilet.

Also, the guy in the room next to mine died at Christmas, and someone downstairs got stabbed or slashed by his roommate, so he went outside and bled in the street until an ambulance came.

At a later date, I found said roommate at the front door at night, passed out cold. The front door had a combination lock. It was like he`d got halfway through putting in the code, stopped to have a piddle, and just collapsed. I called out an ambulance and the paramedics recognised him.

Seriously, if you ever have the option to live in a shared house, DON`T!

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Male 1,704
she got lil cyclops smiley faces *)
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Male 895
stfu groogle
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Female 38
Groogle, everyone has their own style of writing. Many people have writing which is damn near impossible to read. Oh no, she writes her `e``s in a way that displeases you. Personally, I had no problem reading any of it, including the `e``s. Maybe you should go back to school and learn to read? Oh, and to not be such a douche.
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Female 3,696
I never had this issue in my last place although one time some smarmy ho left her stuff in the dryer for an hour after her stuff was done and then flipped out when she finally did come to grab it to find it all together, tucked into the corner of the room on the table in her basket for her.

Still, we moved to our new place last month and all I can think is thank you jesus for insuite!!

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Male 367
Ahhh...I`m so glad I own my own house, with a washer and dryer. Energy saver, too! :D
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Female 1,677
I want some pizza.
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Female 767
Yeast is already on everyone. It`s when there`s too much that you have a problem.
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Male 139
This is why you`re not supposed to leave your clothes unattended at the laundromat - even if it is the one at your apartment complex. non-nice individuals are everywhere!
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Female 4,376
This is why I hate living in apartments. Someone where i live once opened the dryer and my bra and panties were thrown about. We think someone was sniffing them (our friends wife caught a old man sniffing her bra). Another time we found our laundry taken out of the dryer and put on top off the washing machine and my favorite shirt was thrown in the trash. I`m glad i`m moving.
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Male 9,305
Be nice to your neighbors, they will more likely come to your aid in the future.
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Male 2,172
Wow... whoever wrote this letter should go back to school and learn how to write "e" properly.

I read "YCAST INFECTION" everytime I look at what`s written.

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Male 35
Yes, I know that whoever and whomever aren`t exactly pronouns. For the sake of simplicity, just think of them as pronouns.
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Female 209
sinfulsisi- it`s very common for babies and children to get thrush
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Female 138
Lol, really though, what would posess someone to spread about wet baby clothes in an apartment complex wash room?...
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Male 35
Mehh
"No, "whomever" is correct as the word "to" in English triggers the (almost redundant) dative case, of which the word "whom" is a remnant. "

Sorry, mehh, you`re wrong. It`s a clause which acts as the object of the preposition. Normally, the object of the preposition would be an objective case pronoun(This is a letter to whomever.), but because this is a clause, it`s different. If you think of who as he and whom as him (as you would hear a middle school English teacher say), would it make sense to say, "Him violated my laundry"? No. You need whoever because it is the subject of the clause; "to" does not determine what case you use is this instance.

Basically, whomever acts as an object; whoever acts as a subject.

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Male 10,440
Protip: Buy a washer and dryer.
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Female 1,677
I stay in the room and read/listen to music while doing my laundry.

Yes, I`m paranoid.

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Male 731
Needed more Gordon Freeman hiding behind crates with a crowbar.
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Female 1,070
b*tch got owned.
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Female 1,890
yeast in the mouth?

how would a baby get that?

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Male 10,440
What unpleasant people. I did not laugh at this.
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Male 629
That was funny. Feels too good to be true.
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Male 182
lolol u just got served cheif!
BOOM!
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Female 7
wow! I know they are feeling very stupid!!! LOL:)
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Male 239
It serves them right
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Male 1,003
lol
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Male 2,619
fudgein americans
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Female 15,763
I want to write an angry letter to the family upstairs that has devil children.
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Male 341
Here is a link to a pic of Oral Thrush for those of you that are brave enough.
http://i.ehow.com/images/GlobalPhoto/Art...
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Male 4,393
wow ;D
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Female 329
zerro your warning made me look up oral thrush.
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Male 1,193
zerro, it`s not as bad as some things I`ve seen. But definitely didn`t want to see that.
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Male 8,300
> mehh

Its only confusing because technically, what this letter starts with isn`t a sentence, its half a sentence. Correctly, it should be "This is a message to whomever..." In this context, you can see that the `whomever` makes a lot more sense; however, the language being what it is, we can often drop entire clauses from sentences and still read them with the original intent.

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Female 89
Haha, legend! Karma most certainly is a bitch
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Female 46
I recommend that everyone should follow Zerro`s advice.
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Female 528
"No, "whomever" is correct as the word "to" in English triggers the (almost redundant) dative case, of which the word "whom" is a remnant. "

I`ve always been confused about this. Surely the person they are talking about is the subject not the object. Or is it because the subject is implied that makes the word "whom" the object? Like, "To Tony whom it concerns"?

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Female 1,572
The jackass deserved it for scattering her laundry all over the place...
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Male 1,093
hahaha, why the hel would you do that to baby stuff?
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Male 626
Oh God.

I recommend you do not wikipedia Oral Thrush.

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Male 106
i hope that person goes up to her apartment and shoots her in the f*cking face
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Male 5,314
uber pwnage

anywho, cailin, that is a badass pic.

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Male 6
"It should be `whoever` not `whomever.`"

No, "whomever" is correct as the word "to" in English triggers the (almost redundant) dative case, of which the word "whom" is a remnant.

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Female 60
Grammar Nazi??
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Female 667
It should be `whoever` not `whomever.`
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Male 156
it goes around, around and around.
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Female 931
ahahaha! that`s amazing
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Female 97
Bwahahaha! @sshole deserves what he gets..
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Male 299
Hm. I profusely enjoyed this note.
All that sarcasm and evil, it was very good.
I congratulate the parent, and hope the baby is all right.
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Male 1,403
haha
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Male 3,058
Good for her!

Shared laundry rooms can SUCK. Especially if you live in a building with douchebags, as she obviously does.

I had to deal with a situation like that once... SEVEN apartments had to share ONE washer and dryer, and there were two apartments occupied by assh*les. On more than one occasion, I put money in the dryer, started it, and came back 45 minutes later to find my still wet clothes in a pile on the floor... They didn`t even have the decency to put in their OWN money! I figured out who the two non-nice individuals were, and on three occasions dumped red or blue food coloring into the dryer when THEY were doing laundry.

They never found out it was me, and I was taking my clothes to a laundromat by then.

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Male 216
THAT SUCKS
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Female 986
@ deadpopstar

Hahaha. We should co-author a list and then we can sell the books and hopefully lower the world`s population.

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Male 189
pwned
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Female 497
Babies get yeast infections....in their MOUTHS?

Reason #472 I`m not popping out any kiddlets.

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Female 428
I hope that whoever it was used the bathroom right after that and has the worst yeast infection possible. Jerk..
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Male 77
owned.
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Male 772
I`m more interested in why they did it in the first place. Even complete non-nice individuals come up with some sort of reason.
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Male 1,381
pwnage^nth power.
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Male 907
Oh snap, epic pwnage.
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Male 19
That is awesome.
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Female 1,120
Why would anyone throw wet baby clothes all over the place?
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Female 15
LMAO! Karma -is- a bitch.
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Female 59
Haha. :)
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Male 331
hahaha should just LEAVE other peoples stuff alone!
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Male 25,416
Ha, Sucks to be that guy!
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Male 138
Yikes!
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Male 20,905
Link: To Whomever Violated My Laundry... [Pic/Note] [Rate Link] - BOOM! YEAST INFECTION!
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