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Basically you post/paste the last thing you copied. So here goes-

Fancy a pint at the cricket tonight?
 

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Tyson is showing more "edge" than Zayn even is in this scenario. Zayn is just frustrated at himself by always coming up short after being inches away from the NXT Championship. Merely a building process till his next chance. (which is being held off for a proper reason) That's all. Dude is Ricky Steamboat; implying babyface for life.
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Working with WWE to create a sitcom starring Brad Maddox. Britta from Community is lined up to play his street smart love interest and there's talk that Sylvester Stallone might be involved as Maddox's bully after Maddox claimed he was better looking than Rocky.
May have moved on from Rusev and onto the next flavour of the month, possibly Bo Dallas. Inb4 a name change to BOxitron.
Has never inappropriately touched me.

^ Just the three things I named about Oxi in the name 3 things thread. Not sure why I copied it.
 

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