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    ^What the title question asks really
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    (Original post by Frankie32)
    ^What the title question asks really
    Nope it is a year the world will always remember. *So was 1914 and 1939.
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    No more or less than any other year.
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    Depending on how you're affected, I think that it certainly a year for France and Juba, South Sudan to forget.
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    (Original post by ckingalt)
    Nope it is a year the world will always remember. *So was 1914 and 1939.
    wasteman, there wont be a WWIII
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    This year has been cr*p as hell
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    This is by far one of the most interesting years I can remember in my lifetime.
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    We would have to forget about the deaths of Prince and David Bowie no thanks
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    2016 is the year of death! No will ever forget this year
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    once i get my gcse results
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    (Original post by Frankie32)
    ^What the title question asks really
    It depends on if the effects of 2016 escalate into 2017 and then 2017 outshines 2016 by being more... potent shall we say lol
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    Every year is bad for various countries across the world - it makes no difference if countries like France are amongst them, so either every year is a year to forget, or every year is year to remember.
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    (Original post by Grimm Reaper)
    2016 is the year of death! No will ever forget this year
    On the flipside, its been a great year for jihad and radical Muslims

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