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This one had me goin LOL!! how in the world do you prank call the king of prank calls? LOL

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And admittedly, he can dish it out but wasn't eeeeee-ven trying to take it! He said he was gone kick AWL they butts!!! Even the ladies! LOL
Yeah Tommy got him goooooood lol.
Oh, and the titanium crutch had me DYING!! LOL!!!

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