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Guy #1: Dude, do you actually have a refrigerator this time? Guy #2: Yeah, of course. Guy #1: Good, ’cause I don’t want an infection like I got last year from putting the beers in the toilet tank Guy #3: Man, you chilled the beers in the toilet? Guy #1: No dude, the toilet tank! […]
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