LOLWUT? No one can do that. Nick.com isn't YouTube, it's not a total social network. The people who work for Nick/operate the site are the only ones who can do that. I'm surprised you didn't know this from the start.
About the badges, you asked this same question before. Only administrators have the ability to upload images of badges, no exceptions.
what you said in the toy page was really rude and thats not being an admin thats just being jealous and that dose not impress anyone just tell the truth if you dont want me here or not and dont say IDK I am not scared anymore and I always stain up for myself so thats that nothing more
Tell me.... where does jealousy fit into this? I can't imagine being jealous of someone who turns every single thing into a self-centered issue on there own personal problems in life and asks someone to delete their own comments because they know they're making themselves look childish. If anything, I was just stating what was common sense. I don't know why you asked a question when the answer was already on the page ages before you even asked that question. It's not like TheWonderKat hasn't made any comments like what I said on that page and yet no one ever went butthurt over his comments that are like that. If you think I'm offensive, then you should totally meet my Naval Science instructors, Commander Patrick Thurman and Sergeant Major Wayne Gallman. They'll give anyone the butthurt of a lifetime.
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