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Vandalized Vandalism

Vandalized Vandalism
It seems like, when you go about laying cable in a public bathroom, the wall is a never-ending source of reading material. From suggestions on whom to call for a good time, what minority sucks, or whom is a "fag," the bathroom wall is a lot like a comment board on the internet... only less hygienic. It also has its trolls as you are about to see.

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