JB: BRRRRRRRRRRING....BRRRRRRRRRRRRING
KG: *Click* Two Kings.
JB: Hey Kage.
KG: Hey.
JB: How's it goin?
KG: Good, good.
JB: What're ya doin?
KG: Oh God, I was just, I w-
JB: I love you.
KG: ...what'd you say?
JB: Said I love you,man. Just wanted to say it.
KG: Hey, thanks. Thank you. That's awesome, fuckin awesome...I mean, uh, that's
cool you can, you can say that.
JB: ...Don't you have something to say?
KG: No...oh I mean, I uh, I like you.I like you too dude.
JB: Whoa, like? OH HO HO MAN! I'm glad I fuckin did this test on you. The
friendship test.
KG: What?
JB: No, man
KG What are you talkin about?
JB: What happened before, when I said I loved you,that was a test. Because man
I coulda made a total ass of myself if I hadn't done this test on you.
*whistle* hoo hoo!
KG: But you don't?
JB: Boy!
KG: You don't, really love me?
JB: Dude listen. You fuckin passed the test ok? But barely. Ya know what you
got?
KG: What?
JB: F plus. Click.


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Friendship Test Lyrics as written by Thomas Jacob Black Kyle Richard Gass

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    Is there anyone else who thinks it sounds funny when Kyle goes: "Wait? You don't..you don't really love me?" I get a kick outta that every time! :D

    Static-X's Biatchon July 26, 2002   Link
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    i like the part at the end: "F+. CLICK"

    weezerific:cutleryon August 04, 2002   Link
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    lets just admit, it is all genius

    tekanaon March 14, 2003   Link
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    i LOVE KYLE EVEN IF jACK DOESNT...

    novacainefilldpunkon December 09, 2004   Link
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    I've been tempted to do this to one of my friends many times. At his job his boss was tired of personal calls at work, so any calls to the work he would put on the intercom. He left the job at the begining of the year, but I'm still mad I didn't go threw with it.

    Logan Soreseon July 16, 2006   Link
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    I just did this to my friend...she said she loved me back...i dont know if that means she passed or not haha

    askingalexandriassecretloveron December 30, 2010   Link

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