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Offline Mr Businessman

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Separating reality from fantasy
« on: 16-Feb-13, 12:46 PM »
It seems that alot of people on the other forum really and genuinely believe that Britney Spears can fight, etc. However most would get angry if someone broke the truth and just told them that she can't really fight amazingly.

Yes if she had you in a hold, you're done. But what most people don't realise is that Britney Spears isn't this amazing fighter we all think she is.

And the steryotype that all athletic women are strong, I mean I knew a girl who danced for over 10 years and she started crying when someone threw a carrot at her head...
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Separating reality from fantasy
« Reply #1 on: 16-Feb-13, 03:19 PM »
I mean I knew a girl who danced for over 10 years and she started crying when someone threw a carrot at her head...


Yeah, veg are lethal weapons.......I knew someone who was attacked with broccoli and ended-up a complete cabbage!

Perhaps Britney should change her name to "Broccoli Spears"   :lmao:



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« Reply #2 on: 17-Feb-13, 04:00 PM »
It seems that alot of people on the other forum really and genuinely believe that Britney Spears can fight, etc. However most would get angry if someone broke the truth and just told them that she can't really fight amazingly.


Yes, it's fun to fantasize about stuff like that, which I always have, but I really get nothing from a back and forth with other daydreamers. It's funny though, when I'll get a pm from somebody asking how I think they'd do against so-and-so...maybe I should just write a generic scenario and fill in the blanks with the appropriate names when asked. They could lose a fantasy match against Bunny Glamazon or Mother Teresa, lol!

I hear some folks even get off fantasizing about cartoon characters.... ::)

 

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