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Pankmens Capsule

What more, yet in sequence,
might they seek what is
Kind and appreciated
What in sequence might
bore the masses to make
there voices unkind
It is easiest to appeal to
the greatest understanding
Officiating rules through
My introduction of this might
cite madness to the appeament
of those who oppose me both
in business and in life.
What better way to cap the
fundermentalist; than to speak
common words with greatness!

Beyond the facts of now are the
fictions of Tommorrows.
Those ever afters that might need
one to be villain, so that someone
strange might be loved, endorsed and
cared about.
Make stories, to believed, by those who, delight in the doings of others.
Work and make strategies of these doings to be spoken of as mad, seeking revenge, or just overbearing
and troublesome!
The Introduction of the
Of the " Plank board Bounce"
A six man tagteam match; were in
Each period partners are switched
but the Two Captains remain the same.
If disqualified the "merchant clause" can have both outside referee and inside referee review tape to allow an extra period to decide the fate of the bout.

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Ya'll get ready, tommorrows coming. Everybody get onboard!

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Submitted by allanterry542curtis_2 on July 20, 2021

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She comes from the Land of Oz. She is friends with all the muntchkins and has met the wicked witch twice. more…

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