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Forthelulz
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4/28/2015 11:58:06 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
For those not in the know, a corrupt-a-wish game is where you make a wish, and the guy after you makes the wish not worth it. For example, one guy wishes "I wish I could fly." The guy after him says, for example, "Wish granted. You can only fly directly down relative to Earth. I wish I had a soda."
Sound fun?

I wish I had a sandwich.
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4/28/2015 12:08:44 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 4/28/2015 11:58:06 AM, Forthelulz wrote:
For those not in the know, a corrupt-a-wish game is where you make a wish, and the guy after you makes the wish not worth it. For example, one guy wishes "I wish I could fly." The guy after him says, for example, "Wish granted. You can only fly directly down relative to Earth. I wish I had a soda."
Sound fun?

I wish I had a sandwich.

Wish granted, but you can only eat sandwiches that have radioactive ingredients and arsenic sauce.

I wish that this wish could either be ruined or not be ruined by any post in this thread.
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5/5/2015 12:11:08 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
this thread already exists >.<
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