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You know when your mother says “hey, I loved watching Popular TV Drama” or she posts a pic of it to her BookFace profile on the line… nobody officially associates her with Popular TV Drama. That’s us. We’re like your mother… except we never tell you to stop watching TV or to get off the internet and go to sleep.
Most of this all written elsewhere on the site, some of it in bad legalese, some of it not.
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For example: You decided to get a “Guard and Protect” tattoo based upon an episode you saw here, and you subsequently get a rash and mercilessly mocked by your friends. Firstly – a healthy degree of mocking is warranted for this terrible life choice. Secondly – you should contact the tattooist about the rash, and possibly the legalities of performing such a procedure on a person who is clearly not of sound mind in that moment. (We’re happy to receive pictures of this monstrosity though, bonus points for video saying it was “pretty intense stuff”). Never go Full Kasey.