Sentence 1: desire to possess and control the subject with an emphasis on the diminutive, equally matched by the title of someone that seeks after or pursues, much like love poets defined the amator verses the beloved. You have thus made yourself the beloved of the amator.
Sentence 2: emphasis on the phallic-like schnauz (of Germanic origin related to Schnauzer and its long wet muzzle), punctuated with expressive phrasing like giant, hot, scent.
Sentence 3: emphasis on the power of knowing and thus power over someone who is passive and dependent on your superior position, punctuated by the suggestion of a transitive verb "pm" (very close to the verb pound) followed by the objectified "NoAss", i.e., doing something to an Ass.
I hope you're happy with how you've used me in your verbal display of dominance.
wtf just happened?
Put some respeck in my paycheck
hey franklin thanks for coming in my thread. did you really write that al jefferson article?
I would trade Millsap while he still has some value. Give the minutes to Kanter. I hope this is the appropriate thread for such Jazz-related musings.
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i feel like so many posters here have never heard the saying that it's not always about the destination, but moreso the journey.
basketball is a beautiful game. enjoy it. just because the team isn't dominating its way to championships or tanking to a #1 pick doesn't mean you crap all over urself. its nice to stay educated about lottery odds, and trades, and salaries and playing times and what not, but you gotta step back and just enjoy the games sometimes. for ****s sake.
Fortune and glory, kid. Fortune and glory.
"If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered." - Thomas Jefferson
franklin and i are homies bros quit pickin on him