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Gullible

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gul·li·ble

 

Easily persuaded to believe something; credulous

fleeceable: naive and easily deceived or tricked

 tendency to believe too readily and therefore to be easily deceived

The quality of readily believing information, truthful or otherwise, usually to an absurd extent

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asre

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OP was a cool guy

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@Thread   use·less/ˈyo͞osləs/

Adjective:
  1. Not fulfilling or not expected to achieve the intended purpose or desired outcome.
  2. Having no ability or skill in a specified activity or area: "he was useless at football".
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Chaosdreams wrote:

@Thread   use·less/ˈyo͞osləs/

Adjective:
  1. Not fulfilling or not expected to achieve the intended purpose or desired outcome.
  2. Having no ability or skill in a specified activity or area: "he was useless at football".

Delete it then.... Oh wait.. YOU CAN'T.

 

If you can't do anything about a situation don't say anything at all. 

 

Lifeskills 101

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Chaosdreams wrote:

@Thread   use·less/ˈyo͞osləs/

Adjective:
  1. Not fulfilling or not expected to achieve the intended purpose or desired outcome.
  2. Having no ability or skill in a specified activity or area: "he was useless at football".

You don't actually think this leak is real, right?

Right?

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VinylSolution wrote:

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haha where is this from!

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TONESTER_925 wrote:

Chaosdreams wrote:

@Thread   use·less/ˈyo͞osləs/

Adjective:
  1. Not fulfilling or not expected to achieve the intended purpose or desired outcome.
  2. Having no ability or skill in a specified activity or area: "he was useless at football".

Delete it then.... Oh wait.. YOU CAN'T.

 

If you can't do anything about a situation don't say anything at all. 

 

Lifeskills 101


And you are doing something by making a useless thread.

 

Rightttttttttt

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popexplosion2000 wrote:

Chaosdreams wrote:

@Thread   use·less/ˈyo͞osləs/

Adjective:
  1. Not fulfilling or not expected to achieve the intended purpose or desired outcome.
  2. Having no ability or skill in a specified activity or area: "he was useless at football".

You don't actually think this leak is real, right?

Right?


Smiley Surprised Did I ever say anything beyond "useless thread?"

 

Don't make conclusions, let alone assumptions when you've got nothing to work with.

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