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The LiveJournal Circle Jerk

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Four members of the Circle Jerk, chilling out after a furious circle jerk blood orgy.

The LiveJournal Circle Jerk is an elitist group of inept trolls who go about LiveJournal, fellating one another's egos at every turn.

The Circle Jerk's membership

The Circle Jerk consists of every user on LiveJournal, past and present, except for daniels_penis and his friends list, and Drama Queen Kim. It was first outed by daniels_penis on Lj-favicon.png iwrotetherules's LiveJournal.

Many of its members don't even associate with each other openly at all, instead communicating in secret using Morse Code and carrier pigeons. This gives the outward impression that nothing untoward is actually going on, so much so that many of those associated with the Circle Jerk have no idea they are actually members.

The conspiracy is far-reaching, and even includes LJ Abuse, who zealously suspend the accounts of any user who poses a threat to the clique or its members.

The group is led by Gerbilsage (sometimes under the guise of his obvious sock puppet, Brainlesswonder).

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