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whats a good word or phrase to describe something that unknowingly leaves (ex) laughter from a room of people.

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every section except for math has an extremlly slow response time. Heck this question might not even be seen until next week by then my bad boy of a paper is gonna be turned in.
The first thing that comes to my mind is "soul-sucking"
what are you talking about i hope not you r question because what 9 year old is gonna call a place soul-sucking (really)

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What? xD
ok whatever this website is made for people who like pointless banter and forks in the road. Thanks anyway p.s make the 9 year call the crazy house the fork in the road or better dead something having to do with traffic signs
dead end
i meant dead end not dead tnat would be extreme
that
Huh. Alrighty, taken into consideration . :p

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