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Submitted by GameCola 804d ago | video

Ask a Girl, Ask a Girl Lite, Ask Me Out

"Everyone knows that girls are scary. Not only do they breathe fire and ice, but they have been known to roam the woods at night and wrestle gorillas. If you ever encounter a girl in the wild, do NOT approach her. Unless you know how to deal with girls, odds are that they will attack you with mind-bullets of pure anger.

Today, GameCola staff writers Michael Gray and Joseph Martin bring you a video, starring three iPad games with the title Ask a Girl. If you’ve ever wanted to ask a girl something, this might be the place to learn how." - GameCola (Culture)

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Games4ever  +   804d ago
Yes girls are more scary than men. Especially old ladies,they are scary like hell.

Has anyone ever met an old lady on a dark night? That's creepy :)

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