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hey guys sup



Whoosajiggawhattanow? I don't get it.

CorpseGrinderClock responds:


Polish babyes do tast good.

This was hillarous.


this show is classic,dude

great submission

i liked it! corpsergrinder u r00l.

CorpseGrinderClock responds:

That's nice


I like it and all, but that was just weird. and whats with the Y thinkgy? what does that mean? ;(

CorpseGrinderClock responds:

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also furthermore

They come to the third gulf, wherein are punished those who have been
guilty of simony. These are fixed with the head downward in certain apertures,
so that no more of them than the legs appears without, and on the soles of
their feet are seen burning flames. Dante is taken down by his guide into the
bottom of the gulf; and there finds Pope Nicholas V, whose evil deeds,
together with those of other pontiffs, are bitterly reprehended. Virgil then
carries him up again to the arch, which affords them a passage over the
following gulf.

Woe to thee, Simon Magus! woe to you,
His wretched followers! who the things of God,
Which should be wedded unto goodness, them,
Rapacious as ye are, do prostitute
For gold and silver in adultery.
Now must the trumpet sound for you, since yours
Is the third chasm. Upon the following vault
We now had mounted, where the rock impends
Directly o'er the centre of the foss.

Wisdom Supreme! ow wonderful the art,
Which Thou dost manifest in Heaven, in earth,
And in the evil world, how just a meed
Allotting by Thy virtue unto all.

I saw the livid stone, throughout the sides
And in its bottom full of apertures,
All equal in their width, and circular each.
Nor ample less nor larger they appear'd
Than, in Saint John's fair dome[1] of me beloved,
Those framed to hold the pure baptismal streams,
One of the which I brake, some few years past,
To save a whelming infant: and be this
A seal to undeceive whoever doubts
The motive of my deed. From out the mouth
Of every one emerged a sinner's feet,
And of the legs high upward as the calf.
The rest beneath was hid. On either foot
The soles were burning; whence the flexile joints
Glanced with such violent motion, as had snapt

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3.84 / 5.00

Nov 30, 2005
8:36 AM EST
Comedy - Original