Fluk3's profile

January 17th, 2006
September 25th, 2017
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September 25th, 2017 Fluk3 viewed ?Freaking Forrester.
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?Tryhard Flamboyant Dark-skinned Person 206 3 (5.00)  2016-10-12
?Jurassic Turd 383 4 (5.00)  2015-12-19
?Where is Love? 1,621 25 (4.40)  2015-12-07
?LONNIE 359 8 (3.50)  2015-05-22
?Roundin' up the Beef 755 15 (3.80)  2015-05-20

highest rated sites

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?Jurassic Turd 383 4 (5.00)  2015-12-19
?Tryhard Flamboyant Dark-skinned Person 206 3 (5.00)  2016-10-12
?FAVORABLE OUTCOME! 15,950 140 (4.68)  2013-07-15
?The Power of Orange Glo 77,367 873 (4.64)  2009-06-29
?KEYSPACE 23,585 231 (4.61)  2010-10-21

recent comments

October 12th, 2016
$50 donation unlocks PSA remix
October 1st, 2016
On on the site ?Google is a dancer
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December 19th, 2015
On on the site ?Jurassic Turd
Coprolites, distinct from paleofaeces, are fossilized animal dung. Like other fossils, coprolites have had much of their original composition replaced by mineral deposits such as silicates and calcium carbonates. Paleofaeces, on the other hand, retain much of their original organic composition and can be reconstituted to determine their original chemical properties, though in practice the term coprolite is also used for ancient human faecal material in archaeological contexts.In the same context, there are the urolites, erosions caused by evacuation of liquid wastes and nonliquid urinary secretions.
December 7th, 2015
On on the site ?Where is Love?
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YTMND is a site created for the purpose of furthering the creativity of its users. Its inspiration, You're the man now dog, was founded in 2001 after visionary Max Goldberg saw a commercial for the 2000 film Finding Forrester. Seeing that many people made many spinoffs of this page that he couldn't organize, he created YTMND, a site where anybody can fill out a form and create something similar. Since then, nearly half a million YTMNDs, websites composed of an image/animation, text, and sound, have been made. These sites became the source of many comedic fads as well as a new website community.
May 22nd, 2015
On on the site ?LONNIE
LONNIE