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  • A blaa is a fluffy white bread roll with a floury top, so expect to get a flour moustache as you eat them.

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  • What she was saying sounded like “Blaa blaa blaa Susan Boyle, blaa blaa blaa Susan Boyle!”

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  • “Blaa blaa blaa, Susan Boyle, blaa blaa blaa, Susan Boyle . . .”

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  • FUCK THE WORLD!!!! blaa starting to cry so i gotta go.

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  • My uncle just called wanted me to babysit. to damn bad i couldn't. that would mean money. grrrr to all sickness i hate u. i'm extremley bored and i have nothing to do. and no one is up yet so i can't bother anyone. blaa oh well

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  • I love that so much. * sniff* blaa i'm eating double chocolate with chocolate chinks. its really good. blaa i'm so blaa feeling right now. i'm gonna go and try to find simba.

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  • I have a sister i have a sister MUAHAHAHAH blaa. yesterday shawny got married. yayness

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  • They have a point. blaa there is nothing to do i am so bored and we have a two hour delay so thats good. gives me time to do my homework.teehee. gah this is already to long thats a funny word anyhoo i gonna go.

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  • I wanna do good, but i prolly won't cause i suck really bad at it. well today was a half a day so it was nice and quick. blaa i'm going to the football game tonight so i get to see foot ball players smack each others asses. * giggles* this should be good. well josh and lauren are here and i'm going to say hi.

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  • I heard them blaa-blaa with guns in Munich one night.

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  • Also a white bread roll from Waterford in Ireland.

    July 7, 2009

  • I love this one. Manx for "flower."

    April 23, 2009