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    Animal Lover, Flash lover eaglevision's Avatar
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    Why do you like flashkit?

    I don't know why I am posting this, but here you can say your story of flashkit, for example:

    1. How you found it

    2. why you like it

    3. ummm....eeerrr...BOBISON!
    Well, yeah...Here is my story:

    I found flashkit.com from a friend, well, my guitar teacher...You see, I needed help (If a movieclip touches a movieclip it will go to another frame)...So I called him if he new, but he didn't. So he told me about flashkit.com...I searched it, signed up...Wala! my answer was answered in an hour...

    That is also why I like FK (FlashKit) so much, because they reply really fast, and because most ppl are friendly! I then wanted to be a MOD so badly for the newbies section (Cus I am not that good, I can help newbies though).


    So yes, read the bold for a conclusion
    ~11-year old flasher

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    I liked Flashkit because everyone was really accepting. Then the name-and-thumbs-we-do-not-speak-of arrived. It's never been the same.


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    N' then I might just
    Jump back on
    An' ride
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    I found it by luck and when I discovered there were lots of Aussies around I stayed because I mostly understood the jokes.

    I stay because I can poke people with sharp sticks and nobody says anything...and that is habit forming.

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    An Inconvenient Serving Size hurricaneone's Avatar
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    I like FK because I get to hear a well-balanced variety of opinions on a range of different topics from people located all over the world.

    Plus, where else are you going to get tips on where to source a glove that shows how to put two in the pink and one in the stink.
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    I like it for the Nekkid pics every once in a while

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    Quote Originally Posted by hurricaneone
    I like FK because I get to hear a well-balanced variety of opinions on a range of different topics from people located all over the world.

    Plus, where else are you going to get tips on where to source a glove that shows how to put two in the pink and one in the stink.

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    I came here because I thought it was a dating site and I have no real friends.

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    AKA [ Paul Bainbridge] webdreamer's Avatar
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    I like FK because it see's more repatative questions being asked than any other forum
    Has it been 7 years already.
    i need to stop coming here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by webdreamer
    i need to stop coming here.
    Yeah, we could do without the negativity, man.
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    AKA [ Paul Bainbridge] webdreamer's Avatar
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    Yeah, we could do without the negativity, man.
    Who's been negative?
    every herd of that word sarcastic?
    Ok maybe i am just not funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by webdreamer
    Who's been negative?
    every herd of that word sarcastic?
    Ok maybe i am just not funny.
    Paul, repeat that to yourself.

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    I'll cheer you up Webdreamer, if global warming really kicks in you will be able to sit on your scottish mountain and watch England drown! there now thats better isn't it?

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    An Inconvenient Serving Size hurricaneone's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by webdreamer
    Ok maybe i am just not funny.
    Then you were adopted, as it's against the law to be an unfunny Scot.
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    That web bloke Stoke Laurie's Avatar
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    My God, does that mean the Krankies were really English!!?

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    An Inconvenient Serving Size hurricaneone's Avatar
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    Absolutely, undoubtably, irrefutably not Scottish.

    That, or somwhere in their past someone had introduced some Sassenach DNA in the bloodline, all but cancelling the humour gene.
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    Your right, I'm going off to get Government funding to establish a link between the humour gene and the growth one, I may have to cut Jenette Kranky up to get the samples I need. Fan dabby f****g dozey!

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    Animal Lover, Flash lover eaglevision's Avatar
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    Hello again...I am having an egg with toast!

    Well, yellow? yes, I guess... but I like blue better
    ~11-year old flasher

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    I like Flashkit because it is the only place that will tolerate me.

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