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2010-01-23
Max DeGroot Bubblegum 
A parody of "Take It On The Run" by REO Speedwagon. This song, sung by Dipper, harkens back to a time when one of the major problems in school was children chewing gum and sticking the remnants under chairs and tables. Oh, if only that were the case today.

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2010-01-23 maxsilly
That was... silly.
2010-01-23 explodinghead
That was... silly.
2010-01-23 maxgoof
That was... silly. OH WAIT!!! This is mine, isn't it? Where's that delete key, dammit!
2010-01-23 nerdspeak
That was... silly.
2010-01-23 stevegoodie
That was... silly.
2010-01-23 forestofthedead
Awesome. :)
2010-01-23 DJ Particle
Now, I've noticed a tendency for this forum to get rather silly. Now I do my best to keep things moving along, but I'm not having things getting silly. Those few last threads you did got very silly indeed, and that last one about the recursion was even sillier. Now, nobody likes a good laugh more than I do...except perhaps Tak and some of her friends...oh yes and Captain Wayne. Come to think of it most people likes a good laugh more than I do. But that's beside the point. Now, let's have a good clean healthy topical thread. Get some air between your fingers. Ten, nine, eight and all that.

;)
2010-01-23 wildcard9
Now *that* was.... silly.
2010-02-01 Barnside
Oh, That was .... cute! [Barnside ducks.]
2010-02-04 maxgoof
Barnside, Dipper wants to know where you live. :)
2010-03-16 Barnside
[Barnside Hides]
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