Breaking Bad Season 5 trailer released!

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Breaking Bad Season 5 trailer released!

Postby gymbunny » 30 Apr 2012, 16:08

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Re: Breaking Bad Season 5 trailer released!

Postby urodacus » 30 Apr 2012, 16:16

Hey, can't wait!

BTW, what are you doing with saddletramp's old avatar?
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Re: Breaking Bad Season 5 trailer released!

Postby gymbunny » 30 Apr 2012, 18:21

urodacus wrote:Hey, can't wait!

BTW, what are you doing with saddletramp's old avatar?


Who's saddletramp? I'm Gymbunny, nice to meet you.
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Re: Breaking Bad Season 5 trailer released!

Postby urodacus » 30 Apr 2012, 19:23

Hang in a sec,let me check the rules about avatar recycling.



of course, Gymbunny, if that is your actual photo, you have done well in the gym.

and furthermore (if that actually is you) I'm going to have to call on my old friend Arnie and tell HIM he's a fraud. I trust my mastery of the Austrian language stretches far enough.
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