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Miley 2

WHY DID MILEY (1) CRASH?!?!?!?!?!

Sven Chimpz

on 21 September 2010

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Transcript of Miley 2

My Dog Miley As a one month old NOW (She's kinda fat) Miley for all seasons: It's the Easter Puggle Happy Halloween (My mom thought it would be fun to dress up Miley for Halloween, we ended up with a seriously chewed-up costume) Merry Christmas Happy Birthday Likes:
More Sleeping Dislikes:
Waking up
Loud noises
Strange People Description:
Tri-colored - Brown, White, and Black
Brown eyes Tricks
Play Dead * *Not tecnically a trick, she does this anyway, whether we ask or not Favorite Sports:
Tug of War
Fetch Miley Playing Tetherball THE
END Fin No, seriously, stop clicking. What part of "The End" do you people not understand? The-(as clarified by Webster's)
a —used as a function word to indicate that a following noun or noun equivalent is definite or has been previously specified by context or by circumstance <put the cat out>

b —used as a function word to indicate that a following noun or noun equivalent is a unique or a particular member of its class <the President> <the Lord>

c —used as a function word before nouns that designate natural phenomena or points of the compass <the night is cold>
d —used as a function word before a noun denoting time to indicate reference to what is present or immediate or is under consideration <in the future> end-(as clarified by Webster's)
the cessation of a course of action, pursuit, or activity Still don't get it? The presentation is over, so you should stop. Well, since your still here, I guess I should entertain you or somethin'. How 'bout a nice poem:
There once was a man from Peru,
Who dreamt he was eating his shoe,
He awoke with a fright,
In the middle of the night,
To find that his dream had come true. Are you bored yet? ...of course not. :(
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