COOKIES!!!!

(We are legally obliged to make this newspost by some idiot from the EU)

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Some one got mad or something?!
Professional. Congratulations on your job at own3d.tv by the way.
lol wtf :D
NEWS_OF_THE_YEAR
hi bro, sup
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going to be in Winterswjik for the next 3 days :) camping hard.
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i like cookies
image: ccc

Cookies? Deal with it!
stop spaming ffs

where is frop
So where are my free cookies?
ofc u need to do this even a privacy statement or something like every webspell need an imprint
Which makes Crossfire so special you have to tell about cookies?

I mean... I haven't seen such a news on other sites?
Guessing they haven't yet
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Its on a few of the larger sites, aka The BBC. http://www.seoptimise.com/blog/2012/03/eu-cookie-directive-what-why-who-when-and-how.html <- courtesy of unblind.
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cool headline :e
Good read.
Thanks for the information. :]
Looks like the BBC crossfire have this under control! :D
You are so going to get sued :D
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cookies ftw!
lol what

Also please link me to "& Cookies", really want to read more about this interesting and fascinating and intriguing subject.
QuoteHow does the BBC Crossfire use cookies?


i eat them , no shit!

wtf else you expect me to do with cookies
big black cocks?

ive seen too much porn :(
il give u a cookie if u untag me
Think you owe them cookies
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damn..

e: Google resoult on "I will miss you cookie"
I will miss you, Cookie. I will miss your knocking at my door before you enter and follow me wherever I will go.

Thank you Cookie for your loyalty, faithfulness, guarding, and loving us.

You are now the guardian of the real master.

I will never, never forget you. You are still my best pal I ever had.
I will take good care of your best friend, brother, and playmate, Miggy and Yichi.

I love you, Cookie. I will miss you...


wat the wat wat fuck?
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first thing that popped up into my mind
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wooptifuckingdo
it scares me more that every website i go to is connected to google in some way
google is trying to kill me
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you should be careful
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best newspost by tosspot. love the fuckyou-vibe it has.
posting in awesome news post
i like em with chocolate.
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