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2011/03/15 22:08:29 (permalink)

RIP Smiley Culture

http://www.google.com/hos...=N0019601300210395121A
 
    Yeah OK , so he was involved in drugs  - Still very sad though , I loved his stuff as a kid  
 
   RIP 

Lazy is a word used by the obsessed, to describe those with a life.
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    Dr Z
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    Re:RIP Smiley Culture 2011/03/15 22:11:26 (permalink)


    Lazy is a word used by the obsessed, to describe those with a life.
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    ALHADO
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    Re:RIP Smiley Culture 2011/03/15 22:20:22 (permalink)
    Never heard of him and never heard that song lol
     
    But RIP
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    Re:RIP Smiley Culture 2011/03/15 22:43:10 (permalink)
    I genuinely thought this thread was going to be about the decline in the usage of smileys in texts and on internet forums, etc.

    "Be adequate"
     
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    Re:RIP Smiley Culture 2011/03/15 22:44:12 (permalink)
    CitizenKane

    I genuinely thought this thread was going to be about the decline in the usage of smileys in texts and on internet forums, etc.

    x2 !

    Current goals: get back in the game
     
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    Re:RIP Smiley Culture 2011/03/16 00:44:59 (permalink)
    CitizenKane

    I genuinely thought this thread was going to be about the decline in the usage of smileys in texts and on internet forums, etc.

    So did I lol. I thought it might have had something to do with the new forum changes.
     
    RIP Smiley
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    Re:RIP Smiley Culture 2011/03/16 07:05:06 (permalink)
    died of "self inflicted injuries during a police raid"? Hmmmm....
     
    RIP, he was cool


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