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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilaekae View Post
    ...so...we're all more desperate than starving?
    I am not more desperate than starving ;P

    This is the first girl i like in this whole 2011 year to actually make me wanna ask her out and if that doesnt happen, i am not bum out that she can't be mine.
    I just go back to focusing on my school and my selfish needs
    So far of this whole life of mine i've only liked 3 girls! LOL !

    i may have a problem there...not saying i am picky, i just go on with life not needing things i dont need right now, and if it happens, it would be a great experience to indulge in



    Jake yeah thats great to hear, keep it positive


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    ^ Stop thinking of girls as items to be had, or people to enhance your life. It's the classic approach "when I get her, my life will be X, I'll feel Y, etc." Start thinking about how you can enhance THEIR lives, and help them on THEIR personal journeys.

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    lol sorry didn't mean to say that they are an 'item', i just have a 'cold' habit of thinking ><
    i was raised to have a cold heart so i may come out harsh with words...a lot.
    Well, i wouldn't care about their life nor enhancing their life...but i am always showing mercy with a positive attitude, I am always willing to help out..to an extent


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    Quote Originally Posted by Oni Rem View Post
    Well, i wouldn't care about their life nor enhancing their life...
    Well you could always hire hookers and then murder them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Kobryn View Post
    Well you could always hire hookers and then murder them.
    hahah Well, i do not like hookers/prostitute one bit....so if i was in the era of Jack the Ripper...well...i be honest...there would be 2 of them....


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    ...Sheldon Cooper is more annoying than C3po. Then I starting thinking how each character in big bang theory could be a star wars character...

    Sheldon is c3po
    Raj is Chewie
    Leonard is Han solo
    Wallowitz is luke
    Penny is Leia

    Meh...


    By the way, Oni Rem, is this what you're experiencing? lol:

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    so, if I am reading that correctly it's...
    1.Friend zone
    2.Alcohol
    3.????
    4.Relationship

    hmm...makes...a lot...of sense... lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Oni Rem View Post
    so, if I am reading that correctly it's...
    1.Friend zone
    2.Alcohol
    3.????
    4.Relationship

    hmm...makes...a lot...of sense... lol
    I just watched Superbad again last weekend and that was basically the whole plot of the movie, heh.

    People like to use alcohol as a kind of social safety net, like if something goes wrong (the person you like rebuffs your advances) you can blame your behavior on the alcohol and go back to being just friends. But mostly they think a girl is more likely to consider dating you if she's smashed and her reasoning abilities have been lowered (which is kind of a pathetic maneuver but I guess some people are just that desperate).

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    Quote Originally Posted by dierat View Post
    I just watched Superbad again last weekend and that was basically the whole plot of the movie, heh.

    People like to use alcohol as a kind of social safety net, like if something goes wrong (the person you like rebuffs your advances) you can blame your behavior on the alcohol and go back to being just friends. But mostly they think a girl is more likely to consider dating you if she's smashed and her reasoning abilities have been lowered (which is kind of a pathetic maneuver but I guess some people are just that desperate).
    I drink to have fun and chill with friends
    Trying to get with girls drunk is not my style at all
    I am more for having a fun-drunk time!


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    I wonder if Wolff Olins actually did a good thing making logos so ghastly that they're almost harmful to the viewers. Almost like trolling on the Internet, maybe it stirred up so much controversy that it actually made those businesses such as Wacom stand out in the crowd, get noticed, and get people to find out more about them. Just like the Insect Battle thread on conceptart.org. It was terrible and borderline offensive. But now look, everybody knows about it because it got its own emoticons. Publicity!

    So maybe the harm of a hideous logo is outweighed by the benefit of publicity.

    Or maybe I just need to stop watching Mad Men.

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    Dear prurient panda begging for anal penetration,

    Jack the Ripper used to kill destitute women in vicious and ghastly ways, stabbing them in their vaginas until it penetrated their intestine (in one victim who survived to later die in a hospital) removing the uterus in others as a trophy, and then he decorated their room with their intestines. These were women who did not have even the most basic civil rights we enjoy in the United States. He was a misogynist and psychopathic murderer who couldn't control himself.

    There is no words to describe the grotesque levels of depravity your mind has sunk to if you think this is *indeed* something you would be like if you lived in that time. People who ACTUALLY lived in that time were horrified. Equally digusting - if your claim is ignorance of *what* Jack the Ripper was, is the level of absolute and utter dumb dog-like stupidity a statement like this betrays - to demonize an entire demographic simply because "you certainly don't like them".

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    Quote Originally Posted by manlybrian View Post
    I wonder if Wolff Olins actually did a good thing making logos so ghastly that they're almost harmful to the viewers. Almost like trolling on the Internet, maybe it stirred up so much controversy that it actually made those businesses such as Wacom stand out in the crowd, get noticed, and get people to find out more about them. Just like the Insect Battle thread on conceptart.org. It was terrible and borderline offensive. But now look, everybody knows about it because it got its own emoticons. Publicity!

    So maybe the harm of a hideous logo is outweighed by the benefit of publicity.

    Or maybe I just need to stop watching Mad Men.
    That would explain the mess of an olympics logo we came up with

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    its awesome how my tolerance towards alcohol has come down, i used to drink like 12 beers and go to the bar afterwards, now a sixpack is enough ;O

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naomi Ningishzidda View Post
    Dear prurient panda begging for anal penetration,

    Jack the Ripper used to kill destitute women in vicious and ghastly ways, stabbing them in their vaginas until it penetrated their intestine (in one victim who survived to later die in a hospital) removing the uterus in others as a trophy, and then he decorated their room with their intestines. These were women who did not have even the most basic civil rights we enjoy in the United States. He was a misogynist and psychopathic murderer who couldn't control himself.

    There is no words to describe the grotesque levels of depravity your mind has sunk to if you think this is *indeed* something you would be like if you lived in that time. People who ACTUALLY lived in that time were horrified. Equally digusting - if your claim is ignorance of *what* Jack the Ripper was, is the level of absolute and utter dumb dog-like stupidity a statement like this betrays - to demonize an entire demographic simply because "you certainly don't like them".
    Purient Panda...such a nice ring to it especially the word prurient *adds word to imaginary vocab list*
    Yeah I have this bloody lust in me, and yes my head is not holy,
    yet it is not so loose that I don't have control over myself.
    I will keep holding my anger and lust behind my own bars for as long as i lived
    No i wouldn't go around stabbing womens in the vaginas that sound so silly in my head.


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    The word prurient is in the Oxford dictionary, it's not imaginary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naomi Ningishzidda View Post
    Dear prurient panda begging for anal penetration,

    Jack the Ripper used to kill destitute women in vicious and ghastly ways, stabbing them in their vaginas until it penetrated their intestine (in one victim who survived to later die in a hospital) removing the uterus in others as a trophy, and then he decorated their room with their intestines. These were women who did not have even the most basic civil rights we enjoy in the United States. He was a misogynist and psychopathic murderer who couldn't control himself.

    I guess you could say that his crimes were...







    ...hard to stomach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naomi Ningishzidda View Post
    The word prurient is in the Oxford dictionary, it's not imaginary.
    LOL!! I didn't mean to say it is not a real word!!
    What I meant was that it's a word that I would add to my list of vocab to use,
    which is in my head and it's imaginary because I imagine it or in other words visualize it


    Anyways, I keep seeing this guy get off the light rail where I wait for the light rail to go home.
    It makes no sense why he would get on the light rail, and then get off where I am at and wait for the next one and get back on!
    Wouldn't he just stay where he was at and wait for the light rail to come instead of heading back to the mall
    and then getting back on to go away from the mall


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    I remember when I was about 9 in school we had a class about Jack the Ripper which was completely out of the blue. They told us about what he did and it put the shits into me. Even after knowing more about him, though, I still can't help but picture him physically as some moustache twiddling silent film villain.

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    I'm just glad my vagina hasn't been stabbed... Yet.

    >_>

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    Oh, and has anyone read From Hell by Alan Moore? I couldn't even stomach through the first murder. It's a black and white comic. That's how scared I was. ._.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Kobryn View Post
    Well you could always hire hookers and then murder them.
    Dont knock it til' you tried it, Jackie my boy.

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    Well this thread took a sinister turn

    Here's some instructions on how to hug a tree instead ...

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    Since I was very small I've made it a personal annual tradition to hug my Christmas tree when no one is looking.

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    /Nice drive in the country to clear my mind.

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    Today's lesson: Be vigilant at parties. You never know how much surgery and hormonal engineering someone's had when they suggest to go out back, and make sure you always have a backup friend who knows everyone better than you to warn you against such encounters. Dodged a bullet right there.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeston View Post
    Today's lesson: Be vigilant at parties. You never know how much surgery and hormonal engineering someone's had when they suggest to go out back, and make sure you always have a backup friend who knows everyone better than you to warn you against such encounters. Dodged a bullet right there.
    .. or.. missed out of the night of your life ?

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    Ever accidentally run into nostalgia out of the blue, not expecting it to be something you remember?

    I was looking up some really cool old film posters and ran into this.





    20 seconds in I go "WOAH, I remember that!" Somehow I didn't recognize anything from the poster, but I definitely remember the cartoon. When I was really young I'd watch hours of public domain cartoons. I had to have seen this one 20 times minimum. Not as memorable as Play Safe, the Superman shorts, or the ending to Daffy the Commando (Der Fuhrer's Face is superior in every way, but the ending is still legendary), but I remember it.

    I really should look into more of Ub Iwerks. The stuff he did without Disney's involvement doesn't seem to be something people care much about.

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    So this is a random chatter thread heh? set photon's too.........love
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