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Slim thug ig: ‘I was bullied for being a slim thug ig’

Slim thug ig: ‘I was bullied for being a slim thug ig’

A slim thug is a small, round-faced iguana who likes to eat anything.

But it’s a bit of a stretch to call him a slim.

It is, however, a creature of the Australian Outback and its tiny, round heads are used for some of the most dangerous work.

It’s been described as a “slime toy” and a “super tough” animal that is known to have been “beaten to death”.

Slim thugs have been reported to be responsible for serious assaults on people in Australia and around the world.

One man, who goes by the name of Slim, was recently charged with assault and attempted murder in relation to the attack on another man.

The court heard he “began to beat and beat his victim with a pole and then stabbed him with a razor blade”.

A spokeswoman for the NSW Police Service said the man was in a stable condition in hospital on Tuesday.

“He was not charged for the assault,” she said.

“The man is being treated for multiple injuries.”

Mr Slim has since released a statement saying he had been bullied by other Slim thugs and that he has been unable to sleep at night because of the “horrible, horrible pain”.

“The incident with the other Slim thug has made me angry and embarrassed and has been the main reason for me not to work in the slime shop anymore,” the statement read.

“Since I had been working there I have been forced to move from my home to a slum apartment, which is extremely difficult.” “

The Slim thug’s name comes from the fact that he wears a small mask over his face to make it difficult for him to identify his attackers. “

Since I had been working there I have been forced to move from my home to a slum apartment, which is extremely difficult.”

The Slim thug’s name comes from the fact that he wears a small mask over his face to make it difficult for him to identify his attackers.

But Mr Slim said he would continue to work at the shop if he had the chance.

“Slime toys and super tough guys are not good at fighting,” he said.

A spokesperson for the Australian Bureau of Statistics said it was difficult to track how many people were attacked by Slim thugs in Australia because the statistics did not reflect the number of Slim thugs who are responsible for violence.

“We do not know the number or location of Slim thug incidents reported to police in Australia, because we do not have an accurate count of the number and nature of these incidents,” the spokesperson said.