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Oh, the gag had longevity. While leaving a comment, a few of you pranksters would sign off with ~malleso surks or whatever, using the nonsensical words you had to decipher before your witticisms were posted. Our old commenting system annoyed the hell out of y'all, and so, it seemed, you enjoyed annoying us right back.

Anyway, those days are over, and we think SirRon summed up the feelings of everyone when he said:

"Time to get drunk! Like. Like."

SirRon, it is sooo time to get drunk. Please feel free to turn on the whole neighborhood with this, your major award. Happy Friday!

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