marika and i decide "carson" can't be a real name.
Marika:(okay i think it's begtinning to carson look less like carson and more like carson)
C:(you're carson to fuck with carson now carson you)
C:(you're trying to fuck with me now aren't you. carson.)
Marika:(briefly got confused as to how to spell it. crason? careson?)
Marika:(carson doesn't seem right...)
C:(carson. *pleased* the carson i'm listening carson is carson what carson do to carson like carson carson carson.)
C:(SEE. THIS IS THE FIRST STEP.)
C:(careson? heh. carson.)
Marika:(i care for my carson)
C:(oops, i meant carson is carson carson what carson do etc. missed a carson there. carson.)
C:(you carson, carsons are carson carson.)
Marika:(i carson this carson to be carson carson, carson.)
C:(look at carson. "carson." "CARSON." "HATE HATE HATE")
C:(we must carson del to carson carson carson instead of hate, carson!)
C:(this carson carson be i'm not carson, carson derp.)
C:("I'M NOOOOT CAAAARSON" well carson you aren't carson but why did you carson the carson to carson around carson carson it.)
Marika:(i carson with this carson, carson!)
Marika:(i'm carsoning that to the tune of my chemical carson's 'i'm not carson')
C:(i keep carson it as ceasar, carson carson even.)
C:(my carson romance was the carson!)
Marika:(i'm nooooot caaaarson! i'm not carsooooooon! well i'm not carson i'm not carson i'm not carfuckingson! i'm not carsooooon!)
C:(i'm, carson, listening to carson cheers for sweet carson. was carson that carson could be replaced with carson and then you get carson carson about how he carson carson and i'm like "carson you aren't carson gee")
C:(...i carson carson. i carson. i carson can't.)
C:(carson must carson marthur to carson carson. and carson else.)
C:(my chemical carson is so carson appropriate.)
C:("carson, we carson you aren't carson, WHY DO YOU CARSON THE CARSON TO CARSON CARSON SHOUTING CARSON IT")
Marika:BRB I GOTTA CARSON
C:ENJOY YOUR CARSON
C:"WHEN I WAS A YOUNG CARSON". discuss.
C:current carson is the carson of carson. carson is carson as fun to carson carson in, carson carson video and carson being carson and everything.
C:...carson know, i carson if carson would carson this was carson even carson knowing carson extended carson.
Marika:OKAY I'M CARSON
C:carson sure i'm carson to carson everything i carson before carson get--
C:I AM CARSON TO CARSON YOU CARSON, MY CARSON!
Marika:i had to carson for like carsons but i could never carson myself to carson and carson to the carson to go carson
C:i should just go carson the carsons already, come to carson
C:dammit, carson carson
C:colin carson a really odd carson when carson look at it.
C:i'm just carson, carson
C:the carson carson is carson kill carson, heh.
C:it's carson like the carson, where carson is carson everyfuckingcarson and it's carson as anything.
C:carson you carson shiru?
C:carson we carson now? i'm getting carson.
Marika:I DON'T CARSON *carson*
C:you should carson your carson to my carson carson, it's carson favourite.
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