Justin Reamer

Rookie - 339 Points (2 October 1993 / Holland, Michigan)

Fatalism


I love my friends and family, but I cannot live forever.
I love my friends and family, but I cannot live forever
I love my friends and family, but I cannot live foreve
I love my friends and family, but I cannot live forev
I love my friends and family, but I cannot live fore
I love my friends and family, but I cannot live for
I love my friends and family, but I cannot live fo
I love my friends and family, but I cannot live f
I love my friends and family, but I cannot live
I love my friends and family, but I cannot liv
I love my friends and family, but I cannot li
I love my friends and family, but I cannot l
I love my friends and family, but I cannot
I love my friends and family, but I canno
I love my friends and family, but I cann
I love my friends and family, but I can
I love my friends and family, but I ca
I love my friends and family, but I c
I love my friends and family, but I
I love my friends and family, but
I love my friends and family, bu
I love my friends and family, b
I love my friends and family,
I love my friends and family
I love my friends and famil
I love my friends and fami
I love my friends and fam
I love my friends and fa
I love my friends and f
I love my friends and
I love my friends an
I love my friends a
I love my friends
I love my friend
I love my frien
I love my frie
I love my fri
I love my fr
I love my f
I love my
I love m
I love
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Submitted: Monday, May 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 13, 2013

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