#1
I need one, desperately.
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#3
Take a regular plain metal lunch box and put a bunch of RHCP stickers on it. Just don't store it in a RHCP refrigerator, since for some reason things tend to go bad in mine.
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#4
Just buy a plain one and draw their symbol on it. Its not much different than them faking a concert.
#5
Quote by jrcsgtpeppers
Just buy a plain one and draw their symbol on it. Its not much different than them faking a concert.

Yea John Frusciante Would Never Fake A Lunch Box ^^




#6
Quote by jrcsgtpeppers
Just buy a plain one and draw their symbol on it. Its not much different than them faking a concert.


I like how you gave almost the same answer and made almost the same joke as idea but you did them both much worse.
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#7
Quote by theogonia777
I like how you gave almost the same answer and made almost the same joke as idea but you did them both much worse.

I like how you quoted my post to point out you think you were funnier than i was, but in reality nobody cares, I didnt even read your post, and I made a joke about the chili peppers faking a concert and faking a lun ch box while you said put stickers on it but dont refrigerate it. I dont see how thats the same thing.
#8
Quote by jrcsgtpeppers
I like how you quoted my post to point out you think you were funnier than i was, but in reality nobody cares, I didnt even read your post, and I made a joke about the chili peppers faking a concert and faking a lun ch box while you said put stickers on it but dont refrigerate it. I dont see how thats the same thing.



You're right, it's not the same thing. Yours wasn't funny.
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#10
Getting lairy in here
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect