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lol, can you say "electroshock therapy"?
Hmm... yes, its fairly easy to say.
Is it a tongue twister or something?
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Hmm... yes, its fairly easy to say.
Is it a tongue twister or something?
no, i just meant that its such a stupid idea it must have been thought up by a 2-year old, hence the baby-talk!
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no, i just meant that its such a stupid idea it must have been thought up by a 2-year old, hence the baby-talk!
what baby-talk?
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what baby-talk?
ARGH! i give up, forget i ever posted....

in fact, i'll delete it to save bother!
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Hmm... yes, its fairly easy to say.
Is it a tongue twister or something?
lol :rolleyes:
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