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Whispers last won the day on March 7

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  1. First WTF was the Tide pod, now the challenge is to snort a condom? I think the stupidest thing i ever did as a teen was when buzzed i attempted to run across ice with snow sprinkled on it .... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5569761/Teens-SNORTING-condoms-latest-dangerous-social-media-trend-condom-challenge.html?ito=social-facebook

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    2. Whispers



      The darwin awards needs an update at this rate....

    3. jillar


      Yea, that's some stupid people lol!

    4. notsmokinjo


      UM stoopidest as a kid... thinking it was a good idea to go down this using a skateboard as a luge racing a mate on the other smooth bit...  they now have little boxy things on the space bits cos well i know me and me mates weren't the only ones... you had to time ya run so you could fly off the end pick yaself up and get on your train so you weren't in trouble... fricking mental cases and so glad CCTV wasn't what it is now.


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