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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6869526
Is it a known fact that the whole thing wasn't choreographed or is everyone just assuming....?
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6866899
The actual thing they get tattooed is "I refuse to sink". It's a thing, okay? To me it means that even though you may have things weighing you down (i.e. an anchor), you refuse to let it over-take you completely....
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6864462
what is this from?
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BlackButterflies · 8 years ago on quote 6864462
my brain
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6821122
yep. this is perf. everything about this. omg. i can't even. yep. you're great.
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6765970
hmmmmmm As You Like It?
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CandyCool · 8 years ago on quote 6765970
lol, what im guessing! XD
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6753021
14. Being stabbed in any body part repeatedly
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6721381
Nah, I don't live in the USA. So yes, it's probably harder for me to understand fully about your constitution and all that.
And it would be incredibly hard to ban guns altogether - what with the National Riffle Association and things like that?
I'm just saying, we were never allowed guns in Australia, therefore less than one hundred people die from shootings a year.
It's not the fact that you have 'the right to bear arms', but do you really need to be able to purchase guns that can shoot thirty people before you can count to three? There is absolutely no reason to have a gun like that. Is there?
Banning would also cause the problem of getting rid of all the guns. Considering there are more guns than people in America. So yeah, banning them would definitely not solve anything.

You're human. I'm sure you don't like the fact that tens of thousand of innocent people in your country die every year, because a few unstable people are able to pick up a highly powerful weapon. Sure, they could find other ways to kill people, but people still kill people in Australia. (I only keep using Australia as an example because that's where I live). The difference is, there's tens of thousands LESS people who die.
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6721381
Guarantee if 'someone' was never allowed to buy a gun or ammunition in the first place they wouldn't be killing defenseless people...
The American Constitution is at fault. Not the people who clearly have mental issues.
In Australia, if you have mental problems, you can't just walk down to the corner shop and buy a gun and kill heaps of people for no reason.
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Hale_Storm18 · 8 years ago on quote 6721381
People find other ways to kill. The marathon bombings didn't use a gun. A man killed and injured thousands with fertilizer as a main component. Crock pots (used in the marathon bombings) are not illegal. Fertilizer is not illegal. If someone wants to kill, they will find other ways. Banning guns is not going to solve the problem.
I'm assuming you don't live in the USA. If you did, you would not be saying our constitution is to blame for senseless violence and you would know why we have the right to bear arms.
People can purchase guns illegally. Banning guns will not stop that. If someone really wants a gun, they will find a way to get it. Drugs are illegal, but people still find a way to get them. Banning something can often be counter productive. It makes people want something more if they know they can't have it. If someone wants to kill, they will kill. I have stated this earlier.
Come at me with any other argument. I won a debate in my class on this issue.
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6721381
Nah, I don't live in the USA. So yes, it's probably harder for me to understand fully about your constitution and all that.
And it would be incredibly hard to ban guns altogether - what with the National Riffle Association and things like that?
I'm just saying, we were never allowed guns in Australia, therefore less than one hundred people die from shootings a year.
It's not the fact that you have 'the right to bear arms', but do you really need to be able to purchase guns that can shoot thirty people before you can count to three? There is absolutely no reason to have a gun like that. Is there?
Banning would also cause the problem of getting rid of all the guns. Considering there are more guns than people in America. So yeah, banning them would definitely not solve anything.

You're human. I'm sure you don't like the fact that tens of thousand of innocent people in your country die every year, because a few unstable people are able to pick up a highly powerful weapon. Sure, they could find other ways to kill people, but people still kill people in Australia. (I only keep using Australia as an example because that's where I live). The difference is, there's tens of thousands LESS people who die.
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6746480
I'm so confused as to why this is a big thing. Why do people care so much whether they can refer to themselves as "90's Kids" or not.... o.O
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6746480
"I was crapping myself and needed help being fed".

I think I'm in love with you.
hahahahaahahahahahahahahahaha :')
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6721381
No. The best way to stop a bad person with a gun is to take his motherf-ucking gun away from him. -_______-
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Hale_Storm18 · 8 years ago on quote 6721381
How are you going to stop someone with a gun and ammunition while defenseless?
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6721381
Guarantee if 'someone' was never allowed to buy a gun or ammunition in the first place they wouldn't be killing defenseless people...
The American Constitution is at fault. Not the people who clearly have mental issues.
In Australia, if you have mental problems, you can't just walk down to the corner shop and buy a gun and kill heaps of people for no reason.
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Hale_Storm18 · 8 years ago on quote 6721381
People find other ways to kill. The marathon bombings didn't use a gun. A man killed and injured thousands with fertilizer as a main component. Crock pots (used in the marathon bombings) are not illegal. Fertilizer is not illegal. If someone wants to kill, they will find other ways. Banning guns is not going to solve the problem.
I'm assuming you don't live in the USA. If you did, you would not be saying our constitution is to blame for senseless violence and you would know why we have the right to bear arms.
People can purchase guns illegally. Banning guns will not stop that. If someone really wants a gun, they will find a way to get it. Drugs are illegal, but people still find a way to get them. Banning something can often be counter productive. It makes people want something more if they know they can't have it. If someone wants to kill, they will kill. I have stated this earlier.
Come at me with any other argument. I won a debate in my class on this issue.
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6721381
Nah, I don't live in the USA. So yes, it's probably harder for me to understand fully about your constitution and all that.
And it would be incredibly hard to ban guns altogether - what with the National Riffle Association and things like that?
I'm just saying, we were never allowed guns in Australia, therefore less than one hundred people die from shootings a year.
It's not the fact that you have 'the right to bear arms', but do you really need to be able to purchase guns that can shoot thirty people before you can count to three? There is absolutely no reason to have a gun like that. Is there?
Banning would also cause the problem of getting rid of all the guns. Considering there are more guns than people in America. So yeah, banning them would definitely not solve anything.

You're human. I'm sure you don't like the fact that tens of thousand of innocent people in your country die every year, because a few unstable people are able to pick up a highly powerful weapon. Sure, they could find other ways to kill people, but people still kill people in Australia. (I only keep using Australia as an example because that's where I live). The difference is, there's tens of thousands LESS people who die.
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6740238
But if you're from Africa, why are you white?
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6745114
.........you can get diet cheeseburgers and diet fries? wot. o.O
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6745861
I have never and will never understand Fahrenheit.

AussieLyf. (y)
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6744679
I would agree with YBWM. But like, the line after that line in Fifteen is "who changed is mind". So I think the point is that she gave her virginity, (which is considered a big thing to most fifteen year olds) to a boy who just dumped her straight after? Ya know? Just my opinion. :)
And yes. I freaking love Better Than Revenge though ahahaha :)

I see your point though. (:
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6676550
; I mean Fifteen, not Teardrops on my Guitar. Idiot :P
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6744679
oh true true. So would that be "You Belong With Me" that you're referring to then?
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br0kenwings · 8 years ago on quote 6744679
Yeah, as well as Fifteen ('Abigail gave everything she had to a boy', as if all a girl has to offer is her virginity and after that they have nothing of value; virgin = has worth, non-virgin = no worth) and Better Than Revenge ('She's an actress, but she's better known for the things that she does on the mattress')
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requiem · 8 years ago on quote 6744679
BUT SARAH
BETTER THAN REVENGE
U KNOW WHO ITS ABOUT
WHY HATE ON IT GIRL
IT GOT US THRU THE HARD TIMEZ
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6744679
I would agree with YBWM. But like, the line after that line in Fifteen is "who changed is mind". So I think the point is that she gave her virginity, (which is considered a big thing to most fifteen year olds) to a boy who just dumped her straight after? Ya know? Just my opinion. :)
And yes. I freaking love Better Than Revenge though ahahaha :)

I see your point though. (:
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6744679
what does "sl-ut shaming" even mean? o.O
ahahahha. :)
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br0kenwings · 8 years ago on quote 6744679
Bashing a girl for having a s*x life/wearing revealing clothing/being promiscuous. Essentially, anyway a person says or hints that a girl is a s|ut and is therefore not as good as a virgin.
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6744679
oh true true. So would that be "You Belong With Me" that you're referring to then?
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br0kenwings · 8 years ago on quote 6744679
Yeah, as well as Fifteen ('Abigail gave everything she had to a boy', as if all a girl has to offer is her virginity and after that they have nothing of value; virgin = has worth, non-virgin = no worth) and Better Than Revenge ('She's an actress, but she's better known for the things that she does on the mattress')
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requiem · 8 years ago on quote 6744679
BUT SARAH
BETTER THAN REVENGE
U KNOW WHO ITS ABOUT
WHY HATE ON IT GIRL
IT GOT US THRU THE HARD TIMEZ
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6744679
I would agree with YBWM. But like, the line after that line in Fifteen is "who changed is mind". So I think the point is that she gave her virginity, (which is considered a big thing to most fifteen year olds) to a boy who just dumped her straight after? Ya know? Just my opinion. :)
And yes. I freaking love Better Than Revenge though ahahaha :)

I see your point though. (:
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6676550
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6676550
; I mean Fifteen, not Teardrops on my Guitar. Idiot :P
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caitiecatforever · 8 years ago on quote 6742693
Or:

"Smoking is one of the most unattractive things ever."
-So's your face but I don't feel the need to point that out do I?
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:)

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