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they got no chill

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She dropped another turd

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Shit just hit the fan

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  1. “‘Can also’ have 7 letters” is abysmal english. I hear a caveman talking when I read it.

  2. “What,” has 4 letters “Sometimes,” has 9 letters “Can also,” have 7 letters (can’t replace have with has, or it will be more problematic) “But never,” has 5 letters

  3. Oh, I thought it was a stolen meme, based on what he said. It looks like the previous posts were yours. If so, i actually think it is funny, and well done.

  4. I never thought if it as an entitlement issue, but thank you for that perspective, it helps explain it in a way that don't reduce God to an unthinking force or a genie granting wishes. The way I've seen prayer done by the Muslims I've met definitely made me respect them for the act of worship and reverence they give God through the act of prayer.

  5. Basically, God doesn’t feel it’s appropriate to leave people empty handed when they ask of Him.

  6. Damn it, i owe a few apologies for some feminists. I thought it was a term used to dismiss my entire argument. Apparently, they were just making a statement of fact

  7. I would say it’s symbolic of disrespect. Our culture has given certain behavior meaning. For example, what’s wrong with putting your middle finger up? Absolutely nothing, except that our culture has determined it as a form of disrespect.

  8. Hard to press charges for a lie in court though, she can easily say she was confused or mixed up the name. But it will definitely hurt her case

  9. So I can lie and if they catch me I just say, sorry confused?

  10. Basically, that’s why it’s rare for people to face charges for perjury. Only situation is if the lie was big enough that being confused or mistaken can’t be argued, for example, claiming you saw a murder when you never left your house

  11. Nah it's similar to you greeting them hi.

  12. I would add on that they would even appreciate

  13. Lmao, I didn’t get the meme until your second comment

  14. What words aren't objective according to you?

  15. “Sought to paint,” is bias. “Sought,” indicates an attempt. “Paint,” indicates that he’s trying to taint it as abuse.

  16. How do you have so much of it saved? Took it from your own files?

  17. You’re not always perfect, but nvm. Good work bud.

  18. Same caption, but the original has 3 dogs instead of one

  19. Thanks for the response. I do have a follow up. When Christians talk about God, they mean Yahweh, the god of Abraham, which I understand is the same god for Islam and Judaism. In English, “god” can refer to divine beings that we now consider mythological — like Zeus, Odin, Jupiter, Thor, etc. Is the term “Allah” reserved only for the god of Islam, or is it like “god” in English so that when used in “Thor the god of thunder” it is understood to refer to a concept, but as “God” it refers to Yahweh?

  20. I’d be happy to answer as many follow-ups as you would like. It’s my pleasure.

  21. Allah is an exclusive name for “they God,” meaning the one and true God.

  22. https://giphy.com/gifs/9eLbjOcGOpmY8

  23. I also came here because of that meme, lol

  24. Aggressively smacking someone isn’t physical assault? Chris Rock had every right to hit him back. And could even have pressed charges. You can bet your ass I wouldn’t let someone smack me .

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