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#1 bupp
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Yeah I've seen it a few times. Both 1 and 2 (never seen 3) are slow-moving but if you have a fairly developed attention span and a minor degree of intelligence you should be able to enjoy The Godfather.
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#2 bupp
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Just go for it. Staring at her for the rest of the year won't get you anywhere. And if she turns you down...So what? You're probably in middle or high school right? If so, then you've got tons more chances to get a girl.
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#3 bupp
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I couldn't help but laugh a little. I felt bad, but it's funny nonetheless.
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#4 bupp
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crap,  that's probably gonna get modded. oops.
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#5 bupp
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I used to be smart...then I met Mary Jane. :D
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#6 bupp
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I love having friends. The crap we've been through together - helping eachother through relationships, making fun of each other for no reason, doing illegal crap that I won\t go into, just chillin - hell, if anything happened to any of my friends I'd be completely devastated. Of course they can get on my nerves sometimes, but I love them like brothers (and maybe a few sisters).
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#7 bupp
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Doesn't sound like you're weird or anything. It just sounds like your life sucks. Sorry.
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#8 bupp
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Well, since lots of people are listing older actors, I'll go with DeNiro, who is undoubtedly one of the best actors of all time.
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#9 bupp
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I haven't really heard anything about it.
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#10 bupp
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1. This first close encounter with death was in pre-k. The pre-k teacher lived near a pond and one day she decided to take all of us down there for a day of fun. When we got to the pond, we started throwing rocks into the water as little kids often do. After some time, my best friend (who is still a friend of mine today) came up with the brilliant idea to try and throw a really big rock over my head and into the pond. I probably don't need to explain further...but I will anyways. Oblivious to the obvious danger I was putting myself in, I positioned myself in front of the water, facing my friend, who was holding a rock almost to heavy to carry. When he threw the rock, I watched, like an idiot, as the damn thing slammed into the top of my head. I've never seen so much blood in my life. My head was like a sickening red geiser. I passed out pretty soon after the impact. I had to be taken to the hospital and I got a few stitches. Since the rock hit me on the top of my head, any scarring that I might have is hidden by my hair.

2. My second brush with death was only a few years later. I was now in fourth or fifth grade. One night, at my friend's house (same one as in the last story), we decided to take a walk around the block. After one or two circles around the small block, we came back to my friend's neighbor's house. Seeing as we were incredibly stupid, we decided to throw rocks at his window for absolutely no reason whatsoever. After smashing one window in, we heard the cry of a ferocious canine. We were so startled and terrified that we couldn't move. In a few seconds, a giant doberman jumped out of the window we had just destroyed. He chased us around the block a few times and for some reason it didn't occur to us to just run to my friend's house. Eventually, however, we did realize that that would be our easiest escape, so we ran to the house and jumped through the door before the dog could maul us. We got in so much trouble.
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