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chocolate milk, furty five


Author: joezwells
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response to captureyourself poem called "chocolate milk furty five" my best friends forever!!


chocolate milk, furty five



chocolate milk furty five
sober but still kickin it live
vomit boy took a dive
ate those chunks
then we ditched those punks
fought but made up an all that junk
now we're friends and you are stuck
walking around with our middle finger up
if you dont like us..tough
everyone loves us and cant get enough
our lives are rough
but fukc it we are buff
we both changed big time
but we will never forget are stupid ass ryhmes
forever partners in crime
badass for life, love you long time





Submitted on 2009-06-24 22:53:13     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  I read this a while ago and haven't had time to comment but [censored] yeah it is awesome. I miss you hella much and we need to talk more. Things are whatever here I dunno! Anyways I am a little worried about my bfffl always dealing with everyone elses problems never stopping for nothing, don't lose sight of yourself, getting involved in everyone else and forgetting the importance of yourself, don't stop fighting, don't stop realizing. I love you long time.
| Posted on 2009-07-11 00:00:00 | by captureyourself | [ Reply to This ]


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