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University Of Texas Foam Sword Battle Interrupted By A Bus [Video]

3 years agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

It's the end of the year. No more classes. No more parking hassles. You're feeling great. You've got a foam sword in your hand. You're ready to cross The Drag and do fake battle with your friends. You've waited all year and now all you have to do is wait for the light to change. Dude, you should really wait for the light to change. More ยป
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