Okay so there’s this cute, 145lber in my Science class, and after a brief conversation, she said wanted to play me in ‘UNO’ on Facebook. (i know it’s weird, keep reading) I got her to invite me over to her place to play it, cause i "couldn’t load the app" And she was totally down. Shes a known hoe tho, so if we do anything too serious and it gets out, that’s the end of my golden reputation What can expect out of this? Besides getting my a$s handed to me in a card game I’ve never heard of?
should I do it?
hit it and quit it
dont pay for her visa either
The way a True Player plays UNO is to get into a conversation about the color of the cards,that always leads to the color of her underwear....
Sorry,I 4got you are still in 6th grade.....4get UNO play some Old Maid.....UNO is for GROWN FOLKS
145lber? What, is she 5' 9"? You may have a porker on your hands, Leroy.
U Right Gramps, a 145 LBS 11 Year Old Girl isnt a Good Look....
Wip the D on her and shake the spot.
you got this...put the team on your back
You missed your chance, last week was Pi day(I once memorized 270 digits of Pi), and you could've went over to her house, brought some Pie with you, and given her the cream filling, if you know what I mean.
Some of yall life storys be crackin me up man lol
0nly g0 thr0ugh the fr0nt d00r. C0me in thr0ugh the back n u g0nna get y0urself a nasty case 0f swine flu.
^I assume you speak with experience?
Buy her dinner and meet her parents first, so she knows you're interested.
Hell, have her parents play UNO with you guys! It'll be fun, make sure to leave their house by 8pm and date her for about 14 months, then you should try to get that.
Tongue-Out might be onto something.
How you have managed to keep a golden reputation at your school is beyond me. Truly incredible young LeRoy.
hit it and quit it
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