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+35 1. stonedecroze commented 10 years ago

Wish I was that clever :'(
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+38 2. Blackx commented 10 years ago

WOW first i was like borring but than at 1:06 i WAS AMAZED,
story was true both ways, and logical.
GREAT vid ;)
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-14 3. 876487098 commented 10 years ago

Punctuation? Fail.
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+8 4. Hades commented 10 years ago

This must have been a hard to put together and make it work, good job and good message. Thumbs up!
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+24 5. kmmde commented 10 years ago

I wanna bone and ditch the first one.
I wanna merry the second one.
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+4 6. banzemanga commented 10 years ago

Wow, reverse the way you read it and so will the meaning. This is so ingenious. :O
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+2 7. JimBraire commented 10 years ago

The world upside down!
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-10 8. Jahoo commented 10 years ago

Not new and not impressive, if you know that it can be read both ways, you realize how simple and boring the text really is.
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+7 9. silly_sy commented 10 years ago

really clever way to get you attention. made me listen even more closely the second time round to see if it still made sense.