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Pirateville

Once upon a time, a pirate named Sharpshooter Jack obtained a mysterious, ancient box. Jack knew immediately that this box contained something very, very important, but what? It’s locked tight! Trying to find out what is hidden inside the box, Jack…

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  • ProfanityCandy

    Rating: 2.50/5 (8 votes)

      When it comes to insulting your enemies, coworkers, friends, family, loved ones, and of course the family pet, creativity is key.  Let’s face it—your vocabulary is limited.  There is always a word out there that is bigger, better and…

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