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Aug 21, 2009 | 2:25 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place August 22, 2009

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Of all the stories I've been told by the local Native elders, this one stands out and speaks to me the most. I hope it changes your life as much as it's changed mine.

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xNastyxxNastyx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I Felt The Same Way...

When i Gave my sister $50 to Repair her Laptop or something like that. and the next day i asked my sister to give me back my $50 and she gave me a Coupon For Buy 1 get 1 free a the Grocery Store. i was so mad.... +-.-


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BillyNapalm responds:

You've experienced ten times the loss that John suffered. I'm sure if he wasn't busy hunting down Pete, he'd feel your pain.


okimasokimas

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yes

5 bucks is serious business


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BillyNapalm responds:

Do you have any idea how many sour soothers $5 can buy?


mbernabembernabe

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Simple and awesome!

The animation was probably one of the simplest ever but the humor is what brought it to the next level. Same thing happened to me a few years back, "How did I get my money back" you might ask? Easy, just say "Can I borrow 5 bucks", problem solved :P


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BillyNapalm responds:

And so the cycle of Lost Debt continues. Looks like Pete won again :(


Halofreak001Halofreak001

Rated 5 / 5 stars

not 5 bucks thats for sure

my ppl the cherokee share the same legend. except it involves me and the bum who lives down the street


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BillyNapalm responds:

I think it's a rite of passage to lend out money and never see it again. You aren't a real man until you do so, and will wind up doing laundry and cooking with the lowly women of your tribe.


jbuck594jbuck594

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Lulz

The Native American sounds Canadian, eh.


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BillyNapalm responds:

Since strife originates from Canada, anyone laden with it will ultimately sound Canadian.