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Oh I'm sorry, am I a genius?

How about

YES. DUH.


The only reason people don't recognize is because it's free. And I'm broke.


Best read up now, afore I dun get this published.


Then you can all go,


"OOOO I used to read her blog"

even though you didn't.


filthy boys...oh you cheeky readers,

you're only in it for the pictures.


But that's okay. They're not actually meant for you; but they are absolutely directed at someone who knows the intimate nature of my washing machine. And dryer.

But if you live in your mom's basement, at 35 ripe years of age, then it's definitely not you.

The point is though, oh my god. I am such a genius.


Not really too good at scrabble

Or crosswords, or boggle or sudoku


But i'm fuckin... smart.

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