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LimeMaster

I'm curious, what's your main source for viewing funny image based content?

 

I personally use Imgur & sometimes Reddit. Though Reddit is honestly better for reading than it is for viewing images.

 

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dipsylalapo

Always Imgur.

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LimeMaster
8 minutes ago, dipsylalapo said:

Always Imgur.

Good choice! (Y)

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cork1958

Have much better things to do than set and look for funny images! :)

 

 

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LimeMaster
Just now, cork1958 said:

Have much better things to do than set and look for funny images! :)

 

 

Fair enough. As you could probably tell, I don't have much better things to do.

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Draconian Guppy

no double choice  id say 50/50 reddit imgur

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LimeMaster
3 minutes ago, Draconian Guppy said:

no double choice  id say 50/50 reddit imgur

I considered that, but I mainly wanted to know the persons primary viewing source.

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+Gary7

I use PhotoBuctet because I always have and have some styles with images there.

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