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  1. Duffer37 commented on Luann 23 days ago

    This is why parents don’t let idealistic 18 year old girls make their own decisions. I just hope Gunth is getting some serious tail for all this…

  2. Duffer37 commented on Rose is Rose about 1 month ago

    @ewalnut Go get your eyes checked, that sounds like a symptom of light sensitivity.

    It’s not wonder the computer is crashing… that thing must be 10 years old and doesn’t have the power, memory or OS necessary to run anything.

  3. Duffer37 commented on Luann 2 months ago

    The next big storyline… “Luann Gets Pregnant!”

  4. Duffer37 commented on Luann 3 months ago

    Dude, you are EIGHTEEN!!! Go to college, meet some chicks who put out and forget about the hippie chick who wants to save the world. Once you have a degree and settle into a job, start dating until you’re 25. Any deciisions made about a permanent relationship before age 25 are garbage.

  5. Duffer37 commented on Luann 4 months ago

    So they’ll get busted having sex, he’ll get kicked out of school, they’ll break up and then in 3 weeks she’ll turn up pregnant. Only THEN will the real fun begin…

  6. Duffer37 commented on Rose is Rose 4 months ago

    You want to get out of a rut? Get a job and go to work… you’ll be begging for that rut in a week!

  7. Duffer37 commented on Rose is Rose 5 months ago

    Don’t you just want to punch Annie right in the face place?

  8. Duffer37 commented on Luann 6 months ago

    A wedding only happens before God (or god(s)). It is a ceremony. Everything else is just a legal procedure. Hence the distinction between “marriage” and “civil union”.

  9. Duffer37 commented on Lio 6 months ago

    I saw it on their hockey jerseys during the 1980 Olympics… it wasn’t as intimidaing after that! :)

  10. Duffer37 commented on Lio 6 months ago

    They don’t send out report cards any more. It’s all done via a web site and you can check your child’s progress whenever you like. Of course, Lio’s dad shouldn’t be surprised by his poor performance in school by now. Lio isn’t part of the “hive mind” way of thinking that’s required in school now.