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"everyone is married EXCEPT you!!!!"

Conversation with a friend:

Ringgit says:
CH's son is 5 years old liow i think
Ringgit says:
now expecting a daughter
DroolMAN says:
fuah, lucky man
DroolMAN says:
wtf is up with you then?
DroolMAN says:
your fren already having 2 kids
DroolMAN says:
you are still feeding cockroach
DroolMAN says:
is HY married?
Ringgit says:
yes he is
Ringgit says:
i dunno wtf is up with me
DroolMAN says:
fuah sai! i never thought he would get married liao
Ringgit says:
he so fair.. like pak chum kai.. maybe girls like le..
Ringgit says:
like kopiboi also pak chum kai
Ringgit says:
LOL
DroolMAN says:
wahlauwei! even a super softie like him can get hitch (whose odds are so damn low because he always seem like the "under the mom's armpit" type)
DroolMAN says:
what about you leh? chap she
Ringgit says:
dunno lar
Ringgit says:
maybe his marriage - arranged one le
DroolMAN says:
[ringgit] [ringgit], this is getting ridic
DroolMAN says:
everyone is married EXCEPT you!!!!
DroolMAN says:
you don't even have a gf
Ringgit says:
eh
Ringgit says:
dun remind me la
Ringgit says:
u want me to kill myself?
DroolMAN says:
yum kau kung
Ringgit says:
:'(
DroolMAN says:
[ringgit], make yourself a promise, by your next birthday, if you don't get a girl, you will pak thor with the first girl you see
Ringgit says:
maybe i shld put a bullet through my head
DroolMAN says:
and that girl can be a mutant or whatever
DroolMAN says:
as long as gender is [female smilie] , go for it
Ringgit says:
http://www.gonegold.com/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=5;t=034809
DroolMAN says:
sai mm sai ah?
Ringgit says:
so one day if i killed myself, pls post in gonegold
Ringgit says:
and ttlg.com/forums
Ringgit says:
and maybe u can add to the post that it was u who pushed me over the edge

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