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Sat Dec 03, 2016 7:45 pm by RJD
Thu Dec 01, 2016 5:27 pm by wrestleryu
For those who have ben waiting too much for my replies and are not willing to continue an oooold thread, I will totally understand.
For those who didn't miss me at all: Prrrrrrrt!
Good luck in your future endeavors.
You did not just future endeavor'd her, that was kinda mean.
ok, i didnt understood that...
Eg: Steven Richards gets released cause creative doesn't have squat for him, someone wants out of their contract early or say Brian Kendrick gets fired for doing something funny but Triple H didn't like it. Posting on WWE.com : WWE has come to terms on the release of (insert name here). We wish ___ all the best in his future endeavors. Which is funny in Stevie's case because on his youtube webshow the T4Show he ends each episode by saying "Thanks for tuning in and all the best in your future _____(what ever they were talking about that episode, like Blue Screen Installation) endeavors."
In most cases it's taken as a slap in the face to leave something wrestling related and just get the 'Good luck in your future endeavors' line. Even though my original comment was just sarcasm/a joke given how things are around here, that's pretty much what it means.
I think I know a bit too much *runs n hides*
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