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Why do I keep saying fucking? That sounds like ducking? I think they do. What was I talking about? Something about something being empty? An empty duck or something. Oh well fuck it. Kewl is a kewl word. It's all kewwwwl kewl and cool.
Ooops, I said cool instead of kewl. I'm gonna smoke me a cigarette. Haha lapsed into my Tennessee way of talking. Gonna smoke me a cigarette. That's bad grammar, man. That's just bad grammar. Brown is a weird color and it's a weird word. Just wanted to note that.
Don't wanna bee-rown the bush, buddy. I wonder, do rocks have thoughts? Are those rocky thoughts? Or are they like dumb as a boulder? Are rocks alive, man? Do they eat and sleep and bang and all that stuff?
Sometimes I wonder, man. Dude, how is there a new song on? One time like a minute ago there was one song and it was playing like a song should play and then here's another song on.
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