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Drunk Apping...

Anybody guilty?

 

~kn

 


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Re: Drunk Apping...

LOL!

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Re: Drunk Apping...

*raises one hand, slowly*



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Re: Drunk Apping...

How about ambien apping?
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Re: Drunk Apping...

Oh yes I did! LOL

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Re: Drunk Apping...

Yes, yes of course...as a matter of fact I've obtained some of my highest and best CC's while drapping :smileyvery-happy:.


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Re: Drunk Apping...


aloush11 wrote:
How about ambien apping?

haha! +1

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Re: Drunk Apping...

I see now why I haven't had much success improving my credit lately.  I simply didn't know the best methods!  :smileytongue:

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Re: Drunk Apping...

Yep guilty as charged too. Drunk apping racked me up 35 inq on EQ
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Re: Drunk Apping...


Rhaeny wrote:

drapping :smileyvery-happy:.


"drapping"... that's great. I didn't know there was already a term for it. Or did you just make it up?

 

~kn

 


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