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Author Name: Freerandy johnson 0 Comments
Date Added: January 07, 2011 20:01:46 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Big nose
My cousin sure does have a big nose.
10 pounds of boogers come out when he blows.
Restaurant owners have to protect theirselves by installing huge sneeze guards.
Once he got some boogers on me and I hit that moron hard.
He soon learned that when I slug somebody, it really stings.
His nostrils are so big that you can put bowling balls in those things.
If he wants to stay with you for a day or two, you'd better not let him stay.
And if you see my cousin about to sneeze, you'd better get out of the way.
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