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I think I'd like to go out with the guy and have a beer or something. Except I don't drink beer. So I can have a soda while he drinks beer.
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I think I'd like to go out with the guy and have a beer or something. Except I don't drink beer. So I can have a soda while he drinks beer.

great. Have fun.
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I think I'd like to go out with the guy and have a beer or something. Except I don't drink beer. So I can have a soda while he drinks beer.

are you gay? or do you mean in a friendly way?

Since when is having a beer gay?


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I think I'd like to go out with the guy and have a beer or something. Except I don't drink beer. So I can have a soda while he drinks beer.

are you gay? or do you mean in a friendly way?

Since when is having a beer gay?




never, this is why I changed the comment. But the only reason I thought of it, was because he said he wants to go out with him, but then I read the whole thing. I am so embarassed.
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He just seems like an interesting guy you could have some good conversations with. Plus, as was said, that beard rocks.
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He just seems like an interesting guy you could have some good conversations with. Plus, as was said, that beard rocks.

sure. But he is a cult leader. What good can you get from a heretic?
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He just seems like an interesting guy you could have some good conversations with. Plus, as was said, that beard rocks.

sure. But he is a cult leader. What good can you get from a heretic?

Well I like Origen, so... a lot IMO...  :angel:

Now this guy in particular? Pffh, I dunno  :police:
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