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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by colton, Jun 9, 2019.
Is that what I've been smelling every time I visit this site?
The one I was close to was %100 don't give a ****.
He was in his early 20's at the time though which definitely played a part in his care free attitude I'm sure.
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yeah that and the stench of LoPo's rotten trade ideas
You put the % on the wrong side of the number. Is that code for the opposite of 100%? Or don't you GAF?
Also, when we were in our 20's I thought my Aussie friend was super chill. Only long afterwards did I learn how wrong I had been (according to him) and the chill side pretty much disappeared. Still an awesome guy but ultra high stress. I recently saw a video that captured this paradox perfectly. It's hysterical and spot on for the Aussie's I have known, but full of profanity so I can't post it here. PM me if you want to see it.
Lol, I didn't even see that part.
Bruce Bolden is the Sixers Jonah Bolden's father who played professionally in Australia.
He wàs my fav player growing up. A mean hardnosed mofo who was a beast in the low post
It sounds like he was not a stuck-up-sticky-beak at all.
he was a scowling surly intimidating force on court but a gentle softly spoken gentleman off. And Jonah is a great kid
I think it's 'fecale'
Uh yo bruh, imma witch y’all in da hood fam
How’d I do ??
I'd suggest taking the apostrophe out of yall.
Why ffs. Isn’t it an abbreviation of you all ??
typing an apostrophe is hard
i'll give you that
also, over here I guess we're now permanently stuck with idiots who don't know you're versus your. Everything is becoming your.
Was a nice bloke too, lived near me.
You(apostrophe)re a pedant.
you lucky bastard. I still have my Bolden Magic warmup jersey.