"I Googled "too pussies rubbing up against each other' and this is what I came up with... damn parental internet controls!"
Jason, Age 11
Tampa Bay, Florida
"When I said, 'bite me,' I didn't actually mean you should, well, bite me!"
"Now you listen to me...I get first dibs on that kibble. You hear me!"
"I am Count Catula...I want to drink your blood!"
Oh, Baby...I am so in the mood!
I said, WAKE UP! Fine, I'll just bite you till you get annoyed and open your eyes.
I'll get that last bit of tuna if it's the last thing I do!
"I'm kidnapping you. I demand ransom.1.5 million rats would do."
Oh that feels good, bite me there, bite me there!!! oh yeah...
by Susan Reid 10 years ago
If you could write a cheer about you from your family, what would it say?
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Where did you go on your last holiday?
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I'm Bored! Gimme Something Worth Reading Already?!
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