I love the Evilbot 9000

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Shepherd
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I love the Evilbot 9000

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One of the joys (and agonies, every once in a while) of long-distance partnerships is never knowing what new characters are going to look like until you see 'em up on the screen.

EVILBOT 9000 KICKS ASS.

Thank you, James.
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You are welcome Matt!!!
It keeps everything fresh... and if you knew what to expect, you wouldn't want to check the site out each morning either.
The same way, I draw blindfolded... it's a surprise for me each morning too!

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Shepherd wrote:One of the joys (and agonies, every once in a while) of long-distance partnerships is never knowing what new characters are going to look like until you see 'em up on the screen.
ManMan wrote:You are welcome Matt!!!
It keeps everything fresh... and if you knew what to expect, you wouldn't want to check the site out each morning either.
The same way, I draw blindfolded... it's a surprise for me each morning too!
It's so nice to see a young couple not only keep a long distance relationship alive, but keep it fresh and exciting as well.

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Post by ZOMBIE USER 5470 »

It's so nice to see a young couple not only keep a long distance relationship alive, but keep it fresh and exciting as well
Says Mr. "These Aren't My Socks on the Site".

And would it kill you to replace the roll once you're finished using the TidBot?

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