One person in the car. Three blizzards. Alot of judging.
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I'm sure this person is the one working. the drive thru at dairy queen. So really they shouldn't be judging anyone.
A blizzard is a delicious ice cream treat you can find at your friendly neighborhood dairy queen.
Drive-thru person does not care about you
"alot" is not a word. I believe the phrase you're thinking of is "a lot".
motofuck...you are an idiot. Go back to school or buy a dictionary. There is no word in the english language spelled "alot". The PHRASE is "a lot". Idiot.
AHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! I'M SO GLAD YOU POSTED THIS, IT'S HILARIOUS!!!...not.
@emt122 CALM THE FUCK DOWN, for all you know it was a mother fucking typo. or the person is lazy since they are just texting their friend. seriously, it is just tfln not an essay.
You calm down! I was not even responding to the text. Read before you comment. I was talking to the guy Motofuck who thought he was a dictionary.
Probably a lard ass chubbing up
I'm suspecting blizzard is code for somekind of kinky event???? Please correct me if I'm wrong, because if not I'm lost.
not everything is about sex
Maybe he had a family?
Ate you talking about dairy queen blizzards
Lame text. And its "a lot".
maybe they're meeting people, asshole. also, i totally wouldn't know what the hell a blizzard is if it weren't for those lame commercials. we don't have dairy queen here in civilization.
Hey emt122, suck a dick. How about you go home and get anal fucked by your boyfriend. Then take a ride down a water slide covered in razor blades, herpes and extra aids. Then you can raise your dick skinner, open your fucking cum guzzler and request permission to speak to me
Somebody doesn't like to be wrong...haha.
First .... Hahahaha .... Wow. Saying first is just as retarded as it sounded it would be
Especially since you're not even first.
us it a haiku?
Moto is wrong. It's "A lot"
Hey urallstupid, it would be "alot". "a lot" would be speaking of a piece of land, like that empty lot or hey look at that lot over there
sigh. please see the following: http://dictionary1.classic.reference.com/help/faq/language/s49.html