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Please don't let the number of votes ever change from 1337 :) –  mellamokb Mar 22 at 22:35
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Was just about to post the same thing! –  crush Mar 25 at 19:03
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Who upvoted this?! It now has a score of 1338. :( –  The Guy with The Hat Mar 29 at 12:21
    
Now it's 1342, and now it needs to be downvoted 5 times! –  Ginger Head Apr 7 at 17:03
    
@Ginger Ok, I helped. 3 more downvotes to go. –  bjb568 19 hours ago
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