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Fries replacement

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by Mako

submitted January 17th 2018

27 comments
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Fries could do that.
1 month ago


















































If they were a bag of dicks.
1 month ago
hard worker , he wont get unjobbed
1 month ago
there can be only one Fries
1 month ago
Thankfully.
1 month ago
Is he a Mennonite ?
1 month ago
* NixonsGhost throws another mennonite sandwich at CCF *
1 month ago
* Magawd throws a Swedish mennonite buggy driving lemur at POTUSF *
1 month ago
No, he’s a Luddite.
1 month ago
Now you're just being silly....everyone knows Luddites don't drive buggies or associate with Swedish lemurs unless it is at the Lutefisk festival in the Maldives....
1 month ago
* NixonsGhost throws random possum alt at CCF *
1 month ago
MOTHERFUCKER!!
1 month ago
Mennonites are actually a dutch religion
1 month ago
*bunch of weirdos
1 month ago
* BILLYMAYSHERE only knows this tidbit because it was in the geneology book he gots *
1 month ago
^ dutch weirdo confirmed
1 month ago
Wrong, Billy: The Mennonites were named after a Dutchman named Menno Simons, but the teachings he articulated and that the Mennonites live by were those of the Anabaptist Swiss founders.
1 month ago
Lies!!!!!!!
1 month ago
You’re a lie.
1 month ago
Shut your face!!!!!!!!
1 month ago
Filthy electronics repair extortionist.
1 month ago
Extortionist is a compliment, really.
1 month ago
Only if you live in New Jersey.
1 month ago
Lies!!!!!
1 month ago
theyre called mennonites mako,not anabaptistites..if you wanna talk about origin stuff than it all goes back to the stone ages
1 month ago
Anabaptists are Christians who believe that baptism is valid only when the candidate confesses his or her faith in Christ and wants to be baptized. The Amish, Hutterites, and Mennonites are direct descendants of the early Anabaptist movement.
1 month ago
Also, Anabaptism doesn’t go back to the stone age, it was part of the Radical Reformation in Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries.
1 month ago
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