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December 09, 2008

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Barb

chris is my hero <3
I will worship him FOREVER!!!!....or until the restraining order is final.

-M-

"you ungrateful whore... now let's look at kittens!" BWAHAHAHAHAH!!!!! Thanks for keeping it real, Chris, even though reality is usually horrible.

Britni

Any word on the cat up the electric pole?

Britni

I'm with Arloe on this one...and Lynette.

Jill

What happened to the cat My Lord?!?!?!?!?

peanut287

beautiful feelings thanks 4 the permagrin

Michelle

Gotta agree with Arloe on this one.

Stetchnik

lol welll Lynette had a bit of a point...and I'm glad she did it as it inspired you to have some fun. Good one, Chris :)

Meli

Suck it, Lynette.

I hate when people cry sell out when they see someone talented gain a bit of success. Chris' awesomeness cannot and should be contained to this website alone!

I really really hope we hear that kitty up the pole is safe!

Dj kid Gorilla (Texas Thirtyseventeen)

You can't spell Jesus CHRISt without (Cute with)"CHRIS"!

Ethan

Chris, we have noticed you have gained weightt lately, also don't wear so many buttons unbuttoned. I know you realize my spelling is better than some viewers. That's because I'm gifted.

MonkeyMinded

That sounds delicious! Can I be gifted, too??

sarah d.

am i the only one who understands the genius of: things that are real are usually horrible? keep it fake, chris, keep it unreal.

sheila in Ontario

...oh yeah, naked jesus IS wearing a terry-cotton wristband...how 'bout that?

Zach

go 'Through'

Zach

...and Ethan, Weightt is WRONG

Lupe

Awesome show!

Lupe

Awesome show!

taryn webb

Dont' stop selling out! You keep on doing what you've been doing!

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