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'''WTF - A Tale Of Online Love''' (often shortened to '''WTF''', [[wp:Internet slang|internet slang]] for "what the fuck") is a musical that appears in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]]. Advertised on billboards, the radio, the [[Internet in GTA IV|Internet]] and [[Taxi]]s, the musical appears to dramatically depict the lives of Internet users in a stereotypical manner, whilst the promotional advertising overuses Internet jargon. The main character of the play is [[Claude Maginot]] and it is directed by Miss Smallcock. The play is perfomed at the [[Maginot Theater]] in [[Star Junction]], [[Algonquin]].
 
'''WTF - A Tale Of Online Love''' (often shortened to '''WTF''', [[wp:Internet slang|internet slang]] for "what the fuck") is a musical that appears in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]]. Advertised on billboards, the radio, the [[Internet in GTA IV|Internet]] and [[Taxi]]s, the musical appears to dramatically depict the lives of Internet users in a stereotypical manner, whilst the promotional advertising overuses Internet jargon. The main character of the play is [[Claude Maginot]] and it is directed by Miss Smallcock. The play is perfomed at the [[Maginot Theater]] in [[Star Junction]], [[Algonquin]].

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Billboard advertisement

WTF - A Tale Of Online Love (often shortened to WTF, internet slang for "what the fuck") is a musical that appears in Grand Theft Auto IV. Advertised on billboards, the radio, the Internet and Taxis, the musical appears to dramatically depict the lives of Internet users in a stereotypical manner, whilst the promotional advertising overuses Internet jargon. The main character of the play is Claude Maginot and it is directed by Miss Smallcock. The play is perfomed at the Maginot Theater in Star Junction, Algonquin.

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