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Conversation Between Platinum Lucario and Lerroux
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  1. Platinum Lucario
    April 2nd, 2012 12:43 AM
    Platinum Lucario
    Aww, goodbye ruler of PC. You were fantastic... even though it was April the 1st, it was so much fun. I will never forget that.

  2. Platinum Lucario
    April 1st, 2012 05:54 AM
    Platinum Lucario
    The last thing that I would ever do... is ban members and de-modding staff. 'Cause I'm not the sort of person who would do this, I care about everyone so much to take interest in such thing like that. xD

  3. Lerroux
    April 1st, 2012 03:57 AM
    An interesting co-incidence. But if you feel that banning members and demodding staff would be an appropriate april fool's joke then you are certainly a rather extreme person. I don't mess around.

  4. Platinum Lucario
    April 1st, 2012 03:56 AM
    Platinum Lucario
    I was kinda wondering what the April Fools thing might be on PC, so I decided to take a look on PC, and suddenly... "Oh wow! A more generic vBulletin style!" then I looked in the who's online list... and oh my goodness, it's a ruler of PC named Lerroux. xD

    Happy April Fools, guys!

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