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  • Annux = Unbanned?

    ^ ?
    :yawn:

  • #2
    I wear a fanny pack

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    • #3
      Annux *nutsack*

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      • #4
        Annux + Delectable = Unbanned

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        • #5
          Good Game.
          "What is it? Um . . . what do you want it to be?" —Juzba, Izzet tinker
          • Shark
          • Dicer
          • Sager
          • Trench Wars Map Uploader

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          • #6
            Hell is on the lose.
            Originally posted by Diakka
            Lets stop being lil bitches

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            • #7
              The difference between 'lose' and 'loose'

              lose (looz)
              v. lost, (lôst, lst) los·ing, los·es
              v. tr.
              To be unsuccessful in retaining possession of; mislay: He's always losing his car keys.

              To be deprived of (something one has had): lost her art collection in the fire; lost her job.
              To be left alone or desolate because of the death of: lost his wife.
              To be unable to keep alive: a doctor who has lost very few patients.
              To be unable to keep control or allegiance of: lost his temper at the meeting; is losing supporters by changing his mind.
              To fail to win; fail in: lost the game; lost the court case.
              To fail to use or take advantage of: Don't lose a chance to improve your position.
              To fail to hear, see, or understand: We lost the plane in the fog. I lost her when she started speaking about thermodynamics.

              To let (oneself) become unable to find the way.
              To remove (oneself), as from everyday reality into a fantasy world.
              To rid oneself of: lost five pounds.
              To consume aimlessly; waste: lost a week in idle occupations.
              To wander from or become ignorant of: lose one's way.

              To elude or outdistance: lost their pursuers.
              To be outdistanced by: chased the thieves but lost them.
              To become slow by (a specified amount of time). Used of a timepiece.
              To cause or result in the loss of: Failure to reply to the advertisement lost her the job.
              To cause to be destroyed. Usually used in the passive: Both planes were lost in the crash.
              To cause to be damned.

              v. intr.
              To suffer loss.
              To be defeated.
              To operate or run slow. Used of a timepiece.

              Phrasal Verb:
              lose out
              To fail to achieve or receive an expected gain.

              Idioms:
              lose it Slang
              To lose control; blow up.
              To become deranged or mentally disturbed.
              To become less capable or proficient; decline.
              lose out on
              To miss (an opportunity, for example).
              lose time
              To operate too slowly. Used of a timepiece.
              To delay advancement.

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              loose (loos)
              adj. loos·er, loos·est
              Not fastened, restrained, or contained: loose bricks.
              Not taut, fixed, or rigid: a loose anchor line; a loose chair leg.
              Free from confinement or imprisonment; unfettered: criminals loose in the neighborhood; dogs that are loose on the streets.
              Not tight-fitting or tightly fitted: loose shoes.
              Not bound, bundled, stapled, or gathered together: loose papers.
              Not compact or dense in arrangement or structure: loose gravel.
              Lacking a sense of restraint or responsibility; idle: loose talk.
              Not formal; relaxed: a loose atmosphere at the club.
              Lacking conventional moral restraint in sexual behavior.
              Not literal or exact: a loose translation.
              Characterized by a free movement of fluids in the body: a loose cough; loose bowels.

              adv.
              In a loose manner.
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              • #8
                Re: The difference between 'lose' and 'loose'

                Originally posted by THE PUSHER
                .
                Characterized by a free movement of fluids in the body: a loose cough; loose bowels.

                adv.
                In a loose manner.
                haha loose bowels!
                To all the virgins, Thanks for nothing
                brookus> my grandmother died when she heard people were using numbers in their names in online games.. it was too much for her little heart

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                • #9
                  I was pusher'ed.
                  Originally posted by Diakka
                  Lets stop being lil bitches

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                  • #10
                    Re: The difference between 'lose' and 'loose'

                    Originally posted by THE PUSHER
                    lose (looz)
                    v. lost, (lôst, lst) los·ing, los·es
                    v. tr.
                    To be unsuccessful in retaining possession of; mislay: He's always losing his car keys.

                    To be deprived of (something one has had): lost her art collection in the fire; lost her job.
                    To be left alone or desolate because of the death of: lost his wife.
                    To be unable to keep alive: a doctor who has lost very few patients.
                    To be unable to keep control or allegiance of: lost his temper at the meeting; is losing supporters by changing his mind.
                    To fail to win; fail in: lost the game; lost the court case.
                    To fail to use or take advantage of: Don't lose a chance to improve your position.
                    To fail to hear, see, or understand: We lost the plane in the fog. I lost her when she started speaking about thermodynamics.

                    To let (oneself) become unable to find the way.
                    To remove (oneself), as from everyday reality into a fantasy world.
                    To rid oneself of: lost five pounds.
                    To consume aimlessly; waste: lost a week in idle occupations.
                    To wander from or become ignorant of: lose one's way.

                    To elude or outdistance: lost their pursuers.
                    To be outdistanced by: chased the thieves but lost them.
                    To become slow by (a specified amount of time). Used of a timepiece.
                    To cause or result in the loss of: Failure to reply to the advertisement lost her the job.
                    To cause to be destroyed. Usually used in the passive: Both planes were lost in the crash.
                    To cause to be damned.

                    v. intr.
                    To suffer loss.
                    To be defeated.
                    To operate or run slow. Used of a timepiece.

                    Phrasal Verb:
                    lose out
                    To fail to achieve or receive an expected gain.

                    Idioms:
                    lose it Slang
                    To lose control; blow up.
                    To become deranged or mentally disturbed.
                    To become less capable or proficient; decline.
                    lose out on
                    To miss (an opportunity, for example).
                    lose time
                    To operate too slowly. Used of a timepiece.
                    To delay advancement.

                    -----------------------------------------------------------------

                    loose (loos)
                    adj. loos·er, loos·est
                    Not fastened, restrained, or contained: loose bricks.
                    Not taut, fixed, or rigid: a loose anchor line; a loose chair leg.
                    Free from confinement or imprisonment; unfettered: criminals loose in the neighborhood; dogs that are loose on the streets.
                    Not tight-fitting or tightly fitted: loose shoes.
                    Not bound, bundled, stapled, or gathered together: loose papers.
                    Not compact or dense in arrangement or structure: loose gravel.
                    Lacking a sense of restraint or responsibility; idle: loose talk.
                    Not formal; relaxed: a loose atmosphere at the club.
                    Lacking conventional moral restraint in sexual behavior.
                    Not literal or exact: a loose translation.
                    Characterized by a free movement of fluids in the body: a loose cough; loose bowels.

                    adv.
                    In a loose manner.



                    HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!
                    2: DaNuMbA1OrGaZmO> virginia is where all faggots are from that wear a condum

                    Overwhelm> Maisoul used to be a loser
                    Overwhelm> then he joined paladen and became leet ;)

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                    • #11
                      In Japan, the schoolgirls wear loose baggy socks because they are fashionable and cool. However, they pronounce the word "loose" like "lose."

                      Maybe we're all just Japanese schoolgirls deep down inside.
                      Dishonor is like the scar on a tree, which time, instead of healing, only helps to enlarge.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Bluedandy


                        Maybe we're all just Japanese schoolgirls deep down inside.
                        More than you will ever know...

                        <Gazes longinly into Bluedandy's eyes>
                        Mr 12 inch wonder

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Mattey


                          More than you will ever know...

                          <Gazes longinly into Bluedandy's eyes>
                          slut wheres my love

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                          • #14
                            Hey hey don't worry about it. Get in line, you two. No pushing, it might be a long wait.
                            Dishonor is like the scar on a tree, which time, instead of healing, only helps to enlarge.

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                            • #15
                              I do believe you little fetishists are going to make me lose my lunch. Welcome back Rupert. Gonna get your squad back too?

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