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A Curious Case

Post by reg42 on Wed Jan 19, 2011 7:38 pm

I while back I wrote an environmental play for a school creativity thingy. I got told it was very good by pretty much everyone, so I just thought I'd share it for anyone who's interested.

Bare it mind that most of the comedy is in how it's acted so um... Yeah. Don't hate on it too hard.

Anyways...

Spoiler:
A Curious Case
by
Michael Cullen

The 2 accused (Robert MacDonald & George), and their lawyer (James) walk on to the set. The 2 witnesses (Mr. Minor & Gerald) and their lawyer (Allen Livingstone) are already on set.

JAMES: Don't worry men, this'll be open and shut before you even know it!

MACDONALD: Well, I expect nothing less.

MacDonald hands James a bundle of money

MADONALD: Just to be sure.

Off-stage voice shouts “All rise!”
The judge (Hugh) enters

HUGH: Oh... Hello. I wasn't exactly expecting all you right now. James!

JAMES: Hugh! You old blighter! How are you? How's the wife?

HUGH: Oh, she's wonderful! She's dead, you know?

MACDONALD: How are you, Hugh. Remember me?

HUGH: Should I?

MacDonald hands more money over to Hugh

MACDONALD: How's your memory now?

HUGH: Oh yes, we go far back.

ALLEN: What's this exchange? This is hardly fair!

HUGH: And... You are?

ALLEN: I am Allen Livingstone; prosecutor of the wicked, protector of truth, liberty, equality, freedom and justice! I am the fear behind the eyes of those who do wrong to the world. I will bring these people to their knees. I will make them pay for their sins. I am Livingstone!

HUGH: Well... That's interesting. I don't really care though. Okay well, let's begin. We are here today for... Why are we here?

JAMES: It's a case of-

HUGH: Not to worry! I'll pick up on everything. I'm sure it's important. After all, I'm important.

ALLEN: What?

HUGH: Nothing. You can begin.

ALLEN: Okay. Today is a sad day. This is because these two men took it upon themselves to take, take, and take, without any regard for their fellow man. I came before you today to speak of the atrocious crimes committed by these two cold-hearted. Today we bring you an explanation as to why these men should be punished. Today is the day in which justice prevails.

JAMES: Bad style, and not very much content. 3 out of 10.

HUGH: James! That was at least a 6.

JAMES: I refuse to go higher than 4.

HUGH: I'm sure we can reach a compromise. How about a 4.5?

JAMES: Alright, fine. 4.5 it is.

HUGH: Wonderful, wonderful. What were we talking about?
ALLEN: We're in court!

HUGH: Right! We should get started with that.

ALLEN: We already have!

HUGH: Oh... Could you like... Repeat your argument?

ALLEN: You can't be serious.

HUGH: I can't? Why not?

ALLEN: Because there is no way someone like you could be a judge.

HUGH: I'm sorry, I stopped listening. I really can't remember your argument.

JAMES: Hugh, maybe you should [whispering] check the script.

HUGH: Can we do that?

JAMES: I don't know. Maybe if we do it really quickly.

ALLEN: Unbelievable.

Hugh picks up a copy of the script and pages through it.

HUGH: Ah, here it is. Nice speech by the way. They only gave you a 4.5?! You deserved at least a 6!

JAMES: Actually I thought it was more-

ALLEN: No! We are moving on!

HUGH: No need to shout. James, it's your turn. Did you bring your queue-cards?

ALLEN: Queue-cards? What are you, 10?

HUGH: You are out of order! James is turning 13 next month!

JAMES: That's right, 13. I have all my big boy teeth, and I wrote this speech myself.

HUGH: Well done, James!

ALLEN: This is a nightmare. I want it to end. Please can we move on? Please?

HUGH: The courts should really get someone to keep order in this type of situation.

ALLEN: Wow.

JAMES: I think we're doing alright.

HUGH: Not really, I-

ALLEN: No! Move on!

HUGH: Okay James, it's your turn. Remember to project your voice.

JAMES: Ladies and gentlemen. You shouldn't hate my clients, as my clients are just way too nice to hate. How can you dislike someone with a smile like this? [Nudges MacDonald] Dude smile. Right there, ladies and gentlemen, is a beautiful smile! [Pulls out coins] And look, shiny things!
You like shiny things, just like you like my clients, right? This concludes my argument.

HUGH: This boy is a master of words! Beautiful! 10 out of 10!

ALLEN: Are we doing this game again? Okay, 2 out of-

HUGH: Overruled by reasons of beauty!
ALLEN: How is this fair?

JAMES: It's not, but I rate I'm fine with that.

ALLEN: Quiet, you! Rude child.

JAME: I'm also fine with that.

HUGH: Oh! Burn!

GEORGE: Yeah, burnt like toast left on too long!

Everyone stares at George, silent, for about 10 seconds.

HUGH: Moving on then... And now for the verdict!

MINOR: Isn't it our turn next?

HUGH: Oh right. Almost forgot about you. Alright, up you go.

Mr Minor walks to the front

HUGH: So, how are we today?

MINOR: Not too-

HUGH: Silence! Did I ask you to speak?!

MINOR: Yes...

HUGH: Oh. Carry on then.

MINOR: I'm fine.

HUGH: A man of few words, I like him already. [Turns to Allen] Go ahead, ask your questions

ALLEN: So, your name is... John Franklin Kevin Fish Minor?

MINOR: My friends call me Mr Minor.

ALLEN: You friends refer to you as “Mister”?

MINOR: Well, by friends I meant birds.

ALLEN: Right... May we call you Mr Minor?

MINOR: You may. [Turns to Hugh] I like this one.

HUGH: You're far too minor to have an opinion. [Turns to Allen] Continue.

ALLEN: Mr Minor, I understand that you were a witness to the events which brought about- nay, are bringing about the crime in question; the death of the world!

HUGH: Oh lord, it's got an environmental message.

MINOR: The world is dead? Then how are we...

ALLEN: It's a hyperbole.

MINOR: Oh, well that makes more sense.

ALLEN: Who are the guilty parties?

MINOR: Those two over there; George, and MacDonald.

ALLEN: We'll get to George in a second, but what can you tell me about MacDonald?

MINOR: Well, I was a worker at MacDonald's company, Happy Farms.

MACDONALD: Really? Wow, you learn something new every day.

MINOR: I worked under you for ten years!

MACDONALD: Liar. The company only started10 ten years ago.

MINOR: I know. I was one of the three people you hired right in the beginning!

MACDONALD: Really? … Are you sure?

MINOR: Seriously? You forgot sound named John Franklin Kevin Fish Minor? Seriously?

MACDONALD: I don't know. Maybe you're boring?

MINOR: Wha-?

HUGH: While this has been fun, I want to finish sometime in the next week, so if you could stick to the topic at hand, that would be lovely.

ALLEN: It was getting kinda interesting!

HUGH: Yes, but I don't care. Carry on.

ALLEN: You were saying, Mr Minor?

MINOR: I was MacDonald's employee for some time. While I was there, MacDonald's chain of farms and stores did a lot in the end of destroying the environment. They cause the environment a lot of damage; more than more realise. “Happy Farms” are the biggest farming industry in the world so-

ALLEN: The biggest farming industry in the world. “But,” you say, “it's farming. How does farming harm the environment?” I'm glad you asked. “Happy Farms” is a cattle farming company. They cut down thousands of trees every year to make room for animals- mainly cows- to stay, get nice and round, and eventually eaten. Cattle farming is the number-one cause of deforestation in the world. With deforestation comes the obvious problem of animals having nowhere to live. I think that enough animal species have become extinct due to human destruction, and we should look at trying to stop this from happening. If that still isn't a bad enough consequence, less trees mean less carbon dioxide getting converted into oxygen, which makes the matter of global warming a larger one. It's for these reasons that deforestation should be given strict limits to how much land they may occupy. [Turns to Mr Minor] Anything else?

MINOR: No, you covered everything.

HUGH: That was quite a speech. Should we take bets on who wins? I think we should take bets.

ALLEN: Sorry, what?

HUGH: [raising his voice] I asked if we should take bets!

JAMES: I like the idea, though you can't bet.

HUGH: What? No. I wanna bet!

JAMES: No. It's like me asking me what number I'm thinking of.

HUGH: Oh. This was a terrible idea. Who came up with it?

JAMES: Someone dim, but don't worry, he's gone now.

HUGH: Oh good. I don't like unintelligent people. Hey, it's your turn now.

JAMES: Finally. Time for the magic [James quickly preps himself]. So, Mr Minor, deforestation is killing the forests, is it?

MINOR: Yes, it is.

JAMES: Well, this research compiled by my daddy-

ALLEN: He's not even holding anything!
JAMES: -suggests that it is from a different cause.

MINOR: What would that be?

JAMES: Blond people.

MINOR: Blond... people?

JAMES: Yes, blond people. They cut down the trees with their razor sharp claws to built towering fortresses of doom to reign over the world below. We've kept them in check, because their only weakness is cows and the people who eat them.

MINOR: Are you serious? [Turns to Allen] Is he serious?

ALLEN: I'm still deciding.

HUGH: Well done James! That was fantastic! [Points to Mr Minor] Get back to your seat now.

ALLEN: What was that?! That was heinous!

JAMES: You complain a lot. You should grow up a bit.

ALLEN: Wha-?

HUGH: It's ironic, because he told you to grow up and he's only 12.

ALLEN: Yes! Thank you, I got that!

JAMES: Don't shout!

ALLEN: I'm not shouting!

HUGH: This will not turn into a shouting match!

ALLEN: I know!
James: Stop!

HUGH: No, you!

Allen, James, and Hugh rabble incoherently for about 30 seconds, after which the stage descends into silence

HUGH: What were we talking about again?

ALLEN: … Court case.

HUGH: Oh yes. Should we have the other witness up here then?

GERALD: I don't wanna.

HUGH: What was that?

GERALD: Yeah, I'm tired.

HUGH: Then... Leave?

GERALD: No.

HUGH: Why not?

GERALD: Justice needs me!

HUGH: But not enough to warrant you moving 2 metres?

Gerald moves his chair a bit closer to the centre of the stage

GERALD: See? Now we're compromising.

HUGH: So you refuse to leave, and the only way I'll be getting you to answer questions is as you are right now?

GERALD: Correct.

Minor goes to sit down again

HUGH: Well... Okay then. I suppose you may begin, Mr Livingstone.

ALLEN: Ahem. Mr... Your name?

GERALD: How can you not know my name? You’d think that a lawyer would maybe research this a bit.

ALLEN: Hey. Don’t point out the plot holes.

GERALD: Sorry. I’m Gerald Gray, by the way.

Hugh slams down on the desk

HUGH: There will be no rhyming in my court room!

ALLEN: Pleased to make the acquaintance, I’m Allen Livingstone.

GERALD: We should catch a movie.

ALLEN: How’s tomorrow?

GERALD: How’s 4?

ALLEN: Great, see you then.

Allen leaves the stage

GERALD: Should we...?

JAMES: Give him a second...

Allen comes back on the stage in a hurry

JAMES: Forget something?

ALLEN: Silence!

HUGH: We will have no more interruptions! This is a court of law!

GEORGE: Was that your serious face?

A moment of silence as everyone stares at George for a few more seconds

HUGH: Um... Yes. I’m rather proud of it actually. Who... When did you get here?

GEORGE: I’ve been here the who-

ALLEN: Gerald, would you like to start from the beginning?

GERALD: Well... Ok then. It was a dark, stormy night. The hospital was eerily eerie, and it was really spooky and stuff. That was my first day in this world.

ALLEN: Wait! Wait. Just wait. You went a tad too far back.

GERALD: Well, you should have been specific.

ALLEN: Yeah, I’m the stupid one.

GERALD: Specification is the key to-

HUGH: Victory? Success? Awesomeness?

GERALD: Yes, specification is the key to awesomeness.

HUGH: Words to live by.

ALLEN: Anyway, could you please tell us what information you have which is relevant to the case at hand, and more specifically, Mr Robert McDonald?

GERALD: Well, seeing as you put it that way, I’m his personal assistant.

MACDONALD: My personal what!? I haven’t had an assistant since Gerald!

GERALD: I’m sorry, and what was my name again?

MACDONALD: You can’t be Gerald, you look nothing like him.

GERALD: Remember when you sent me down the rabbit hole to check the dead ammunition? Remember when the dead ammunition blew up?

HUGH: The plot thickens!

MACDONALD: Assuming that you are Gerald... My bad, bro.

GERALD: Your bad!? Your bad!?

MACDONALD: Yeah, my bad.

GERALD: Did I mention how much a hate you?

MACDONALD: I thought I felt some negative vibes...

GERALD: You ruined me!

MacDonald pretends to put a phone to his ear

MACDONALD: Hello? Whine-one-one? We need a waaambulance!

ALLEN: Let’s try not get too emotional here...

GERALD: Alright, I’ll try not kill him.

HUGH: Just don’t make a mess.

ALLEN: You better control yourself.

GERALD: You telling me what to do?

ALLEN: Hey, calm down!

GERALD: Stop talking down to me!

ALLEN: He’s crazy!

GERALD: Me smash!

ALLEN: Get him!

Allen runs off the stage and Gerald follows him. After a few seconds Allen comes back on stage

ALLEN: Security got him. It’s a shame, because he had evidence and stuff.

HUGH: I’m sure you’ll recover. So um... You should probably question the accused guy then.

ALLEN: It would be nice.

HUGH: Well, go ahead.

MacDonald steps up to the stand

MACDONALD: Alright, time for the truth. I’m incredibly rich!

HUGH: Well done everybody!

MACDONALD: Thank you, thank you. I like being rich! I want to stay rich!

Allen is speechless

ALLEN: Well... That’s... Nice. It has very little to do with the matter at hand though. Now, Mr MacDonald – May I call you Macky D?

MACDONALD: No!

ALLEN: Macky D, I seem to be at a bit of a disadvantage here. You see, the judge is really freaking corrupt.

HUGH: I resent that.

ALLEN: I’ll bet you do. Macky D, do you deny being involved in activities which are very harmful to the environment?

MACDONALD: No.

ALLEN: Well maybe you can- Wait, what?

MACDONALD: Of course my business is harmful to the environment; you can’t make money any other way these days!

ALLEN: But... That’s... Illegal...

MACDONALD: I’m a cattle farmer; would you like to suggest another way of storing all my cattle?

ALLEN: But... Illegal.

MACDONALD: And another thing, there is nothing illegal about clearing land which you own, and I only have cleared land which I own, as I think you’ll find.

Allen is speechless

JAMES: Would you like help?

ALLEN: No! Alright, so it may not be “illegal” as such, but it’s still immoral!

MACDONALD: Well, that’s objective. Besides, my legal actions are on trial here, not my moral integrity.

ALLEN: How about the money used to buy all the land? Where is that coming from? Just a few years ago you had no money after your business went bankrupt and then suddenly you managed to get back on your feet in a matter of months. No bank would allow a loan of that magnitude, so where did it come from?

MACDONALD: Um... It was family money. For an emergency, or something.

ALLEN: Can you prove that it is?

MACDONALD: Can you prove that it isn’t?

ALLEN: Well... I could but... Gerald...

JAMES: Tough break kid.

ALLEN: You’re a tough break kid!

HUGH: In regards to the evidence possibly held by Gerald, I will decided the importance of the supposed evidence by weighing up the word of one of the world’s leading businessmen, and his insane, bitter ex-employee.

ALLEN: There’s hope, yet!

HUGH: Thank you Macky D, you may return to your seat.

MACDONALD: Awesome stuff.

George whispers to MacDonald

GEORGE: Hey, when did you get so smart?

MACDONALD: Rule #1 of business: Always let your opponent think you’re a blithering idiot, before launching a surprise attack.

GEORGE: Wow, that’s pretty clever.

HUGH: Alright then, let’s bring up that minor chap from before.

GEORGE: I object!

Everyone goes quiet and stares at George, clearly confused

George whispers to MacDonald

GEORGE: Do you think it’s working?

MACDONALD: Oh yeah, they think you’re completely stupid.

Minor comes up to the stand

MINOR: My turn already?

HUGH: Yes indeed. Take a seat.

ALLEN: Mr Minor, please explain George’s involvement with Macky D.

MINOR: Macky D?

ALLEN: MacDonald; he prefers this name.

MACDONALD: No I hate it!

MINOR: Well, it was my understanding that Macky D and George were business partners. They started the company together, kind of.

ALLEN: Kind of?

MINOR: I know that George was feeding a lot of money into the money initially, when the company started, and a while back when there was that bankruptcy issue. Why he was giving all this money is a bit of a mystery to me; he was never named an official shareholder or partner.


JAMES: [To George] Did you notice how I didn’t question MacDonald?

ALLEN: Is there anything else you can tell us?

MINOR: Yes, I’m pretty sure it was something illegal.

ALLEN: What makes you say that?

MINOR: I heard Macky-D say to George “Gee, aren’t we lucky no one is listening to our illegal activities?”

ALLEN: And they said it just like that?

MINOR: I thought it was pretty strange too.

MACDONALD: This is ridiculous!

ALLEN: So this conversation won’t be saved to some sort of company database?

MACDONALD: ... No...

JAMES: I’m interested to know how Mr Minor heard all this.

ALLEN: I’ll be asking the questions here! ... So um... How’d you heard all this?

MINOR: I was a sneaky ninja, and I hid behind his pot plant.

JAMES: That’s breaking and entering kinda!

HUGH: Yeah, but he was a ninja so I’ll allow it.

JAMES: So, Mr Minor, is it not true that the methods you used to acquire this information were not particularly legal?

MINOR: [to Hugh] I can’t get in trouble, can I?
HUGH: Nope.

MINOR: Yup, completely illegal.

JAMES: Well, I don’t suppose you have any physical evidence to back all this up?

MINOR: Well... Not as such...

JAMES: And why not?

MINOR: Left in them in my other pants

JAMES: Do I really need to continue? I mean this thing is basically winning itself.

HUGH: It’s really up to you.

JAMES: Will to count for anything if I carry on?

HUGH: Probably not hey.

JAMES: Well, ok then.

James goes to sit down

MINOR: Am I done?

HUGH: More than you could imagine/

ALLEN: What does that even mean?

HUGH: I was hoping it would sound ominous... Did it?

ALLEN: Not really.

HUGH: [Threateningly] Are you sure...?
ALLEN: Yes.

HUGH: I don’t like you.

ALLEN: The feeling is mutual.

JAMES: You two are so precious.

HUGH: Don’t you start, boy.

MINOR: I’m leaving now. I’m guessing you’ll be wanting the other guy?

ALLEN: Yes

HUGH: Wait, the crazy one? Is that really so smart?

ALLEN: I need him for the case.

HUGH: Really?

ALLEN: Yes!

HUGH: Fine then. [to MacDonald] I’m going to have to ask you to step out.

MACDONALD: Why?

HUGH: Because the last time you two were in a room together he almost killed us all!

MACDONALD: ... Fair enough.

MacDonald and Minor leave and Gerald enters

ALLEN: Welcome back, Gerald.

GERALD: It’s good to be back, Jim.

ALLEN: Allen.

GERALD: No, Gerald.

They exchange blanks stares for a few seconds

Hugh coughs

ALLEN: Um... right. Well, take a seat. [Points to George] Do you know that man?

GERALD: Yes I do.

ALLEN: How do you know him?

GERALD: I know he funnelled a lot of money into the organisation.

ALLEN: MacDonald’s chain of “Happy Farms”?

GERALD: Exactly.

ALLEN: Do you have any idea how George was making all this money?

GERALD: Selling babies? I don’t know; it was never spoken about openly.

ALLEN: You must have had a small idea though; after all you worked very close with Macky-D.

GERALD: Macky-D?

ALLEN: MacDonald; he prefers this name.

MACDONALD: [From off stage] No I don’t!

GERALD: I always thought it was a bit suspect, but I never really did any sort of investigation.

ALLEN: Our other witness, Mr Minor, said he overheard Macky-D say “Gee, aren’t we lucky no one is listening to our illegal activities?”

GERALD: I very much doubt that.

ALLEN: Why?

GERALD: You’d have to be pretty darned thick to say something like that.

ALLEN: Just think about who we’re talking about here.

GERALD: Fair enough.

ALLEN: Those are all the questions I have.

JAMES: Awesome stuff. So, Gerald, how are we feeling?

GERALD: I’m alright, I dunno about you.

JAMES: That’s good, that’s good. So you don’t have any physical evidence of Macky-D doing anything wrong either?

GERALD: No.

JAMES: And you’ve never had any first-hand interaction with George before today?

GERALD: Nope.

JAMES: Huh... I rest my case.

HUGH: You can go now, Gerald. You’ve had a long day.

Gerald leaves and MacDonald sticks his head back on stage

MACDONALD: Is it safe?

HUGH: Yes, the crazy man is gone.

MACDONALD: I don’t see what that man has against me! I was a fantastic boss!

JAMES: Was that before or after you almost blew him up?

HUGH: Guess what time it is, George.

GEORGE: Home... Time...?

HUGH: No! Questioning time!

GEORGE: Sigh.

George steps up to the stand

ALLEN: Could you please tell me why you were putting so much money into Macky-D’s company?

GEORGE: Well, we’re business partners. It may not have been “official”, but the more I put in, the more I eventually get back.

ALLEN: Then how was there a guarantee that you would get all this money back, if no legal documents were signed?

GEORGE: MacDonald and I go far back; I trust him.

ALLEN: Where is all your money coming from then?

GEORGE: It’s all... Gifts!

ALLEN: Gifts?

GEORGE: Yeah, gifts, because I’m such a great person and all that.

ALLEN: I find that so hard to believe that it scares me. We have testimony that you may have gotten it by illegal means.

GEORGE: Lies, all of it!

ALLEN: We have testimonies!

GEORGE: But no proof.

ALLEN: Well... Not exactly...

GEORGE: Bah! I’m done talking to you!

JAMES: I’ll step in then. George, I won’t take much of your time because I know very well that you aren’t guilty.

GEORGE: Thank you.

JAMES: How are you getting all this money into the company?

GEORGE: As I’ve said, it’s all from gifts from people who think- nay, know that I’m a great person.

JAMES: Is that the truth?

GEORGE: Would I lie to you?

JAMES: There you go, would he lie to you?

HUGH: I don’t think he would.

Minor runs back on stage

MINOR: I’ve got them!

HUGH: Got what?

MINOR: My other pants! [Reaches in to the pocket of the other pants and pulls out a disc. He hands the disc to Hugh] On this tape is all the evidence we need to put MacDonald and George behind bars for a long time. Everything’s on there! From MacDonald extorting the land he uses from his Happy Farms to George taking one cent out of a million peoples’ bank accounts every day, like I saw on that movie that one time! There’s other stuff too, did you know they leave the lights on all night? Disgusting.

HUGH: After hearing all this, I feel I will need a few seconds to think about everything.

Hugh leaves the stage

ALLEN: How long do you think he’ll be out?

MINOR: Probably quite a while, there’s about an hour of footage on that disc.

Hugh returns to the stage, eating a cupcake

MINOR: That was... quick.

HUGH: I’ve decided to let Mr MacDonald go free, for reasons of cupcake.

ALLEN: What?!

MINOR: Did you even watch the disc?!

HUGH: Disc? Oh, and ol’ George can go too.

ALLEN: Why are you letting him go?! He didn’t bribe you or anything!

HUGH: Exactly! He man has moral integrity. [To MacDonald & George] You are free to leave.

MacDonald & George get up to leave

ALLEN: Do you even know the damage you cause?!
GEORGE: Yes.

MacDonald and George leave

HUGH: Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have a cupcake to attend to.

Hugh leaves

JAMES: You shouldn’t have done this; it couldn’t have ended any other way.

ALLEN: I know.

JAMES: So why try?

ALLEN: Someone had to.

James and Minor leave

Allen sighs, looks around, and exits.

END

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Re: A Curious Case

Post by Wayward on Wed Jan 19, 2011 8:37 pm

I laughed several times. Keep it up, man!

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Re: A Curious Case

Post by reg42 on Wed Jan 19, 2011 8:40 pm

Thank you Smile

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Oh, let me get a nickle bag

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Re: A Curious Case

Post by Hubilub on Thu Jan 20, 2011 7:31 am

Alright, I know what to do now.

When I go to Ireland, I WILL FORCE EVERYONE TO ACT IT OUT!

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Re: A Curious Case

Post by reg42 on Thu Jan 20, 2011 3:06 pm

Hubilub wrote:Alright, I know what to do now.

When I go to Ireland, I WILL FORCE EVERYONE TO ACT IT OUT!
This is a good plan.

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Post by GrinningManiac on Thu Jan 20, 2011 7:12 pm

Mabye one day we could all meet up somewhere and act it

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Re: A Curious Case

Post by reg42 on Thu Jan 20, 2011 7:25 pm

I'm game

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