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2013-01-15 01:43:01 PM  
2 votes:
1. Use a non-stick muffin pan
2. Pour the excess into the new bottle.
3. Kill yourself.
4. unfriend.
5. tape
6. throw it away
7. clip it to the other side.
8. it's easy to trim the excess wood away with the sharpener
9. plug it in the other side
10. search for the video - it will have been uploaded by someone else already
11. jab it with a pen
12. jab it with a pen
13. jab yourself with a pen - who the hell can't draw a brace
14. the sewer is covered. no problem here.
15. tear off the excess.
16. GIS
17. pick them up yourself. You're at the gym to exercise, not whine.
18. make your own sandwich. If you made it yourself and it is wrong see [3].
19. make your own chips and salsa. See [18].
20. Add the words to the custom dictionary,
21. Pull the material out. Zip up the coat. Leave and never come back.
22. Buy a decent book.
23. Stove is fine. Pan is unbalanced because it is empty. Put some food in it and cook.
24. Stop just jabbing it in (this solution would have served your father well)
25. Stop eating crap.
 
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