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Re: Why always say no to ortho

 
 
Dan C
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      09-25-2010
On Fri, 24 Sep 2010 23:31:31 -0400, WeReo_BoY wrote:

> This is what my teeth and bones look like today, thanks to the butcher


We want to see the chewed bones of your dead body, you pyschopath.

**** off and die, whacko.


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