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Author Name: Freerandy johnson 0 Comments
Date Added: July 30, 2008 10:07:55 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Corporal Capeman
He was Corporal Capeman and he wanted to fly like a bird.
He was very ugly and he was also an annoying nerd.
He was a grown man who actually believed that he could fly.
If I said that he was mentally stable, I'd be telling a lie.
Just watching him was irritating, it was like a disease.
Will somebody shoot this dorky bastard please?
When Capeman and Inspector Gadget worked together, they failed.
Capeman was probably the reason why Inspector Gadget was cancelled.
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