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2 minutes ago, Razors Edge said:

What the heck is a "I really strange forum software error.  "????  Is that an Apple thing?

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3 hours ago, Razors Edge said:

You'd be shocked to know how hard those curls are to perfect!

And I'm sure you would be shocked to know, I don't give a crap how hard your locks are to perfect.

Maybe @jsharr does.............. but I highly doubt it.

 

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Just now, Kzoo said:

And I'm sure you would be shocked to know, I don't give a crap how hard your locks are to perfect.

Maybe @jsharr does.............. but I highly doubt it.

 

It is so shocking it would even make YOUR hair stand on end! :o

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5 minutes ago, Kzoo said:

And I'm sure you would be shocked to know, I don't give a crap how hard your locks are to perfect.

Maybe @jsharr does.............. but I highly doubt it.

 

If he was my dog I would shave his ass and make him walk backwards.

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21 minutes ago, jsharr said:

If he was my dog I would shave his ass and make him walk backwards.

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You're on fire today.  

 

Or the bar is really low.

 

 

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I often wonder how child stars do psychologically after playing awful or stupid characters like Nellie Olsen, Eddie Haskell, Haley Dunphy, Kelly Bundy and Screech Powers - played by Dustin Diamond who had lots of problems as an adult and died Feb. 1, 2021.

Ashton Kutcher was ok after playing Michael Kelso, but ALL of the That 70's Show teens were 18 when the show started except Mila Kunis (Jackie) who semi-lied and said, "I'll be 18 on my birthday," when auditioning, failing to mention that would happen four birthdays in the future.

Even many that play "normal" kids often end up as drug addicts, dying young, etc.

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