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The First Annual "Bitch, What Were You Thinking?" Awards

In honor of the Oscars, I decided to give out an award myself. It's called "Bitch, What Were You Thinking?" It's reserved for morons who perhaps should have the right to breathe taken away from them. 

Are you excited to see who our first ever winner is? I bet the suspense is killing you. I will let that marinate.

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It's this crazy twat bran muffin who is in love with the Aurora, Colorado batshit shooter, James Holmes! Yup, the psychopath who looks like Garfield queefed in his hair. You can't make this shit up, Abraham Lincoln once said, and I must commiserate.

She has dyed her hair (evident from photo in linked story) to match Mr. Garfield Pubes. She also compared her infatuation with him to her childhood boy band obsessions. 

Bitch, One Direction. Obsess over that nonsense! Not mass murderers! JESUS!

And, perhaps most disturbingly- this banana vagina is NOT alone. Garfield Jizz evidently has groupies who imitate his lifestyle (which means going to Subway and getting slurpies a lot?)

What to make of all this stupidity? I'm going to go take a bath with a microwave. 

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  1. One more person to the list of, "I hope they die in a chemical fire."

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