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    Author: Chelebel
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    What if your one dollar per minute psychic had a studder.

    What if your therapist was also going to therapy.

    What if spandex was invented by the porn industry.

    What if tampons were really nose plugs.

    What if the candle in the wind was Elton johns only hit.

    What if Layla inspired a marathon.

    What if memory foam was in bras.

    What if extenze worked for your limbs.

    What if women marched for clean resources.






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      What if women marched for male equality?

    What if bungee cords replaced elevators?

    What if intelligence tests were meant to lower intelligence?

    What if synchronized ballet replaced football as a national sport?

    What if cowboys were actually part cow and part boy?

    What if there were a world of absolute certainty where no one ever had to ask what if?
    | Posted on 2017-03-03 00:00:00 | by rws | [ Reply to This ]


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