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Best Gifts For the Linux Geek

Hookers and weed. heh heh

wat?

You're a somewhat scary (and apparently lonely) type person aren't you Puddles?

But it's the Holidays - so come here boy - here's a big old Holiday Hug just for you.

//now stop humping my leg//

The holidays

Your leg is soft and hairy just like srlinuxx's! Oh man I'd better scamper off now.

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