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    Author: hawkeye
    ASL Info:    20/Female/Kentucky
    Elite Ratio:    2.47 - 9/18/10
    Words: 82
    Class/Type: Rant/Venting
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    I'm so sick and tired
    Of everyones bullshit
    I hate this fucking place
    Why the fuck does it matter
    I hate that fucking guy
    He thinks he can fucking cuss at me
    Well I have something to say about that
    He can suck a dick for all I care
    Who the hell does he think he is
    Someone needs to beat his ass
    I wish it could be me
    Because I would make him suffer.
    FUCK YOU COACH BLACK




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    I'm not stopping by to critique this poem, merely to say keep your head up in regards to your husband. There is a nation behind him and a bunch of us that share your pain. I send my respect and good wishes to you both. I know it sucks over there, four tours and it never got any easier. Good luck!!

    Nick
    | Posted on 2010-01-28 00:00:00 | by Nicholas Lala | [ Reply to This ]


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