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    Default Re: Why the word STAN should not be used

    I saw today that the @ParisNews twitter account was conducting a poll about choosing a name for Paris Jackson fans and it was also asking for alternative ideas that were not already on the poll.

    One of the suggestions on the poll was to call them Paris STANS. I tweeted a reply giving a resounding "No!" to the name "Paris Stans".

    No, no, no.
    "To give someone a piece of your heart,
    is worth more than all the wealth in the world"
    ~Michael Jackson~

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    Default Re: Why the word STAN should not be used

    Quote Originally Posted by ProductOfLoveliness View Post
    it's so annoying in the same vain as 'yaaaaaaas'. Ugh.
    Don't get me started on that. That has to be one of the worst internet trends ever. It's even worse when I see people write something like ''Yaaaaaaas, Queen. Slay'' - I cringe everytime I see it

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