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Friday The 13th Scare Prank - Jason Voorhees In Real Life
Outstanding, when he lunged at the first couple classic homeboy just broke an ran left his women on her own , I wonder how the relationship went after that I think that was the best one though thank you for posting the video hilarious! curious though did you check to see if any of those people were armed before you did the prank as some of us are faster than others just wondering ! 11/11/18 SPOKANE WA !
First chick was fat, so it’s just a natural response to ditch her, cuz she’d have slowed him down if it was real, and of course, it’s all about natural selection. He probably figured she was a land whale, so it’s ok, she’ll do good in the water to escape. End of discussion, dammit.
Not funny ( if real), you approach me with a machete, I shoot, here we are allowed to stand our ground - I am not obligated to flee like in some other states. Now I have to deal with money hungry lawyers and endless court dates. The only thing I will not regret is shooting you. It's similar to idiots who point guns at others claiming it was just a joke, or gun wasn't loaded.
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