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Yeah, I find her “ugly” because her fame is overblown & her music doesn’t connect with a lot of people, and not only that, beauty isn’t *just* about appearance. I’ve seen plenty of fat bitches that are just as decent as her.

I done did my reserch on dat girl from my sites an I tell you wat. I cant like her no way no how. Theirs like words in her songs that cause peple to lose there senses abot rite an rong. Im telling you the girl aint rite an I here you brothr.
 

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Taylor doesn’t know how to eat a burger like a real woman could.
Well after watching videos of wimmins eating a hamburger I has to say it ain't my thing even after checking on the hawt and juicy ones. I wasnt stirred to save an image or start hunting for the next Nathan's hot dog eating contest starlet.

But I guess there is something to it some people like watching wimmins sneezing, and others like the wimmins farting videos, but I would think being present during some real farting would quickly ruin that fantasy.

I think it would work about the same if she could many burgers . If she can down 3 fudruckers burgers you are going to spend about a 40 dollars while still having the dollar tree cheap burger date tag.

On the other hand if she only wants to eat some greens you can fix her a salad and some carrot juice while getting off for about $10. All for a womans that can tolerate carrot juice and still be starved for protien....
 

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Taylor Swift now owns:

American Airlines
The Kansas City Cheifs
The Grammys
The US Governmemt
The Illuminati

In Negotions and will soon own:

- Phizers Viagra Brand: Strictly an attempt to control a significant part of the population.

-Plans to pay for child births (not as a matter philanthropy) The birth certificates will qualify as title deeds listing her as the owner.

What's her name? Tay Tay Tay Tay Tay Tay Tay Tay Tay..

Say it again what's her name ....
 

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I’ll be skipping the Super Bowl this year. Annoyed by The Chiefs constant success, and SF beat Detroit, so I don’t care to watch them either. The Super Bowl is one of those games where if my team isn’t involved (Which will always be the case), I’m not interested.
 

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I’ll be skipping the Super Bowl this year. Annoyed by The Chiefs constant success, and SF beat Detroit, so I don’t care to watch them either. The Super Bowl is one of those games where if my team isn’t involved (Which will always be the case), I’m not interested.

Yeah, it was a tough one for Detroit to lose it like that up 24-7 for sure.
 

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Taylor Swift now owns:

American Airlines
The Kansas City Cheifs
The Grammys
The US Governmemt
The Illuminati

In Negotions and will soon own:

- Phizers Viagra Brand: Strictly an attempt to control a significant part of the population.

-Plans to pay for child births (not as a matter philanthropy) The birth certificates will qualify as title deeds listing her as the owner.

What's her name? Tay Tay Tay Tay Tay Tay Tay Tay Tay..

Say it again what's her name ....
Owns Elon tay tay also lol.

 

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I’ll be skipping the Super Bowl this year. Annoyed by The Chiefs constant success, and SF beat Detroit, so I don’t care to watch them either. The Super Bowl is one of those games where if my team isn’t involved (Which will always be the case), I’m not interested.
Im right with ya. Racing Season stared about 6:30 pm yesterday.
 

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I get being tired of the Chiefs' dominance. If they weren't the team I grew up rooting for, I would be too. I usually root for the underdogs, and I probably wanted Detroit to win yesterday as much as I did Kansas City. If they had advanced and beat the Chiefs in the Super Bowl fair and square, I wouldn't have minded.

However, the incessant whining gets to be a bit much.

After a poor second half of the regular season and limping into the playoffs looking like a shell of themselves, the Chiefs have executed at a higher level than anyone else in the playoffs. It's not even close. They went on the road and beat a red-hot Buffalo team (again), forcing them into costly mistakes down the stretch (again). They went to Baltimore and got in the Ravens' heads from the jump, embarrassing what had looked like the league's best team led by the best player.

What we are witnessing is historical greatness, just as it was with the Patriots and other dynasties. What the Chiefs have accomplished this postseason may be their most impressive feat yet, because they don't have the high-powered offense.

Do you want to watch elite sports competition, or do you want them to spin a wheel and award the titles to someone else because it's more fun?

Having said all that, I don't take another Chiefs victory for granted, and I am not keen on facing the 49ers. They have been outplayed for two straight weeks by the Packers and Lions. They retained their composure, hung around, and allowed both inexperienced opponents to start making costly mistakes. They haven't put a complete game together yet, but they will have confidence that they can win anyway. With all the talent they have, this is a dangerous time to catch them.
 

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I get being tired of the Chiefs' dominance. If they weren't the team I grew up rooting for, I would be too. I usually root for the underdogs, and I probably wanted Detroit to win yesterday as much as I did Kansas City. If they had advanced and beat the Chiefs in the Super Bowl fair and square, I wouldn't have minded.

However, the incessant whining gets to be a bit much.

After a poor second half of the regular season and limping into the playoffs looking like a shell of themselves, the Chiefs have executed at a higher level than anyone else in the playoffs. It's not even close. They went on the road and beat a red-hot Buffalo team (again), forcing them into costly mistakes down the stretch (again). They went to Baltimore and got in the Ravens' heads from the jump, embarrassing what had looked like the league's best team led by the best player.

What we are witnessing is historical greatness, just as it was with the Patriots and other dynasties. What the Chiefs have accomplished this postseason may be their most impressive feat yet, because they don't have the high-powered offense.

Do you want to watch elite sports competition, or do you want them to spin a wheel and award the titles to someone else because it's more fun?

Having said all that, I don't take another Chiefs victory for granted, and I am not keen on facing the 49ers. They have been outplayed for two straight weeks by the Packers and Lions. They retained their composure, hung around, and allowed both inexperienced opponents to start making costly mistakes. They haven't put a complete game together yet, but they will have confidence that they can win anyway. With all the talent they have, this is a dangerous time to catch them.

What the Chiefs have done this season is beyond impressive. They looked like the weakest team going in, and somehow put it all together.

Patrick Mahomes became VERY unlikeable this year. Not because he’s the best quarterback in the NFL by a southern mile either, but because of his own actions and some of his tantrums. I never even came remotely close to hating Brady as much as I hate Mahomes.

I would say this dynasty has the ingredients to last another 20 years, but I think Reid will retire soon. Possibly this year. And Kelce has signaled that he may be ready to retire, though I could see him giving it one more season. What happens after that will define Mahomes more than this season has.
 

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The NFL went out of their way to try to tarnish Tom Brady’s reputation because he committed the unthinkable sin of blowing the Colts out in the playoffs. And he never acted about that the way Patrick Mahomes did when an obvious black and white penalty was committed.
 

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What the Chiefs have done this season is beyond impressive. They looked like the weakest team going in, and somehow put it all together.

Patrick Mahomes became VERY unlikeable this year. Not because he’s the best quarterback in the NFL by a southern mile either, but because of his own actions and some of his tantrums. I never even came remotely close to hating Brady as much as I hate Mahomes.

I would say this dynasty has the ingredients to last another 20 years, but I think Reid will retire soon. Possibly this year. And Kelce has signaled that he may be ready to retire, though I could see him giving it one more season. What happens after that will define Mahomes more than this season has.

I agree, that was a bad moment for him and he behaved childishly and without class.

He's been exactly the leader they need for the playoff run. Including playing very conservatively when the situation calls for it, and not playing for his stats to make himself look better. The defense is carrying the team, and he's smart enough to not jeopardize it.
 

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I agree, that was a bad moment for him and he behaved childishly and without class.

He's been exactly the leader they need for the playoff run. Including playing very conservatively when the situation calls for it, and not playing for his stats to make himself look better. The defense is carrying the team, and he's smart enough to not jeopardize it.
If he stays healthy, he’ll go down as the greatest ever.

Unlike Brady, he becomes harder to like each year though.
 

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I haven’t looked forward to a Super Bowl since 1996. The last time the Cowboys won it. I’d do anything for them to go on one of these dominant runs the Chiefs are on, I just miss them playing and winning in big games. And not being the butt of jokes either. But alas, outside of the Bears vs Colts Super Bowl and the Brady Super Bowls, I usually tune out. I try to watch old Daytona 500’s on game day‘s, it legit bothers me when the Cowboys aren’t in it. I can’t find it in me to care about a game where my Favorite team isn’t in it, and I desperately loath the 49ers.
 

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I get being tired of the Chiefs' dominance. If they weren't the team I grew up rooting for, I would be too. I usually root for the underdogs, and I probably wanted Detroit to win yesterday as much as I did Kansas City. If they had advanced and beat the Chiefs in the Super Bowl fair and square, I wouldn't have minded.

However, the incessant whining gets to be a bit much.

After a poor second half of the regular season and limping into the playoffs looking like a shell of themselves, the Chiefs have executed at a higher level than anyone else in the playoffs. It's not even close. They went on the road and beat a red-hot Buffalo team (again), forcing them into costly mistakes down the stretch (again). They went to Baltimore and got in the Ravens' heads from the jump, embarrassing what had looked like the league's best team led by the best player.

What we are witnessing is historical greatness, just as it was with the Patriots and other dynasties. What the Chiefs have accomplished this postseason may be their most impressive feat yet, because they don't have the high-powered offense.

Do you want to watch elite sports competition, or do you want them to spin a wheel and award the titles to someone else because it's more fun?

Having said all that, I don't take another Chiefs victory for granted, and I am not keen on facing the 49ers. They have been outplayed for two straight weeks by the Packers and Lions. They retained their composure, hung around, and allowed both inexperienced opponents to start making costly mistakes. They haven't put a complete game together yet, but they will have confidence that they can win anyway. With all the talent they have, this is a dangerous time to catch them.

I am a Patriots fan so I dealt with this for 20 years. When a team is dominant, they attract haters.
 

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Besides, the Chiefs will always have an * next to this Super Bowl, they lost to the Raiders at home.
 

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I haven’t looked forward to a Super Bowl since 1996. The last time the Cowboys won it. I’d do anything for them to go on one of these dominant runs the Chiefs are on, I just miss them playing and winning in big games. And not being the butt of jokes either. But alas, outside of the Bears vs Colts Super Bowl and the Brady Super Bowls, I usually tune out. I try to watch old Daytona 500’s on game day‘s, it legit bothers me when the Cowboys aren’t in it. I can’t find it in me to care about a game where my Favorite team isn’t in it, and I desperately loath the 49ers.

I agree. Maybe they should have a SpongeBob SquarePants halftime show on another network we can watch in addition to a Daytona 500 rerun on FS1.
 

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Im either going to a Puppy Bowl party or taking wife to a Movie
Good movie trailer. Blue Ray investment highly recommended
but Netflix probably has it too.

 

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Good movie trailer. Blue Ray investment highly recommended
but Netflix probably has it too.

Back in 2009 or 2010 we was traveling through Nashville coming back from Arkansas, We said lets go to the Grand Ole Opry. Turned out we seen Dolly Parton and the opening act was Taylor Swift. 2nd Row and tickets where $35.00.
 

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They've played in one superbowl 😆

Kansas City has been in like 5/6 and SF has constantly got some California 49er gold rush witchcraft on the NFL in how lucky they are at building a franchise and making it to the Super Bowl.
 

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Taylor Swift is ruining football.

Proof:



Oh, wait a minute.


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Kansas City has been in like 5/6 and SF has constantly got some California 49er gold rush witchcraft on the NFL in how lucky they are at building a franchise and making it to the Super Bowl.
We’ll still see something we haven’t seen in awhile. If SF wins, it’ll be their first title in 29 years. If KC wins, they’ll be the first back-to-back Super Bowl champs in 19 years.
 

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We’ll still see something we haven’t seen in awhile. If SF wins, it’ll be their first title in 29 years. If KC wins, they’ll be the first back-to-back Super Bowl champs in 19 years.

Hard to take KC seriously when they lost to the Las Vegas Raiders of Oakland at home.
 

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It's a neat deal having the Super Bowl on CBS and Nickelodeon.

I hope Disney does something similar when ABC finally gets a crack at it. I'm sure ESPN will do a multicast anyway.
 

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For next year but we don't need that thread before the Super Bowl.
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