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Posted on: Oct 19 2015, 01:37 PM


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QUOTE (Mata @ Oct 19 2015, 12:43 AM) *
The memorial website has disappeared after all these years, but he's definitely not forgotten though.


My service provider got rid of the web site and my mom (the owner of the account) didn't inform me until it was already gone. Sorry. sad.gif
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Posted on: Dec 14 2013, 08:24 PM


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As I posted on facebook...

Thank you Secret Santa Evil Spoon for the socks! They are very cool and I also really love the decoy return address, which is a familiar trick. laugh.gif

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Posted on: Dec 7 2013, 10:39 PM


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<MrBrick> I can't stop fiddling with it
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Posted on: Nov 26 2013, 03:35 AM


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QUOTE (Rattgirl @ Nov 25 2013, 07:19 PM) *
Real quick question for those of us with overseas giftees: food is an ok, yes? The gifting thereof, I mean. We all know food is ok. Food is good for you. EET FOODZ OAR DIE spake the cook.


Food can be done, just keep in mind that it takes around a week or more for a package to arrive depending on size.

The shipping also gets very expensive very quickly, so we often recommend ordering from amazon.co.uk or some place similar and having it shipped straight to the person to save on shipping.

Unfortunately that last part takes a bit of the fun of personalization of packaging and what not out, so depending on your budget and what you want to do, it's up to you.

I spent 60 once to send a very awesome personalized gift. laugh.gif
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Posted on: Nov 26 2013, 01:25 AM


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Assuming Phyllis has sent out her victims (which I'm guessing she has because I have gotten mine), you should all have your victim.

If anyone has not received a victim (that submitted an address) please PM Phyllis or myself so we can sort this out and face palm.
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Posted on: Nov 9 2013, 07:44 PM


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Name: LoLo
Previous Victim(s): Snoo, Daria, Crazymat and I skipped last year

Likes: I love things that are odd and will make you laugh. I'm not adverse to toys that poop candy or things that are grossly funny in general. I love socks and I always wear odd ones that never match. I love design and typography. I think Harley Quinn from batman is fabulous. I also am obsessed with eyes, though I just got rid of a lot of my eye stuff. By no means does the person who draws my name have to get me the specific things listed, it's just a guide. I like to be surprised, so I wouldn't be disappointed with something that I have no idea about.

Dislikes: Pink, cooked vegetables, tomatoes, overly girly crap.
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Posted on: Apr 17 2013, 02:26 AM


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What I believe is PMS has caused gravity touching my breasts to be extremely painful.
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Posted on: Mar 21 2013, 03:42 PM


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<victhor> if there's anything i like doing, it's pleasing other men
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Posted on: Jan 10 2013, 08:12 AM


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Fuzzy's asleep but still managing to grope my bottom.
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Posted on: Dec 10 2012, 04:32 PM


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So far there are no posts about potential gifts for:

Ashbless
Crazymat
MrBrick

*raises eyebrow*
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Posted on: Dec 5 2012, 10:01 PM


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If I could hit like on this I would.
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Posted on: Nov 25 2012, 09:39 PM


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Alrighty...my list was written on birth control pill instructions and drawn from Fuzzy's hat, and now everyone should have gotten their victims from me. Have fun!
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Posted on: Nov 24 2012, 02:52 PM


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Seems to be a growing trend in the States at least, where people expect everything to be open on holidays. Why shouldn't it be? It's not like people who work in a service industry need time with their families right? rolleyes.gif

My favorite is people going in to grocery stores on Christmas and telling the clerks who are working how much it sucks that they have to work and shouldn't be made to. One wants to tell them if they truly believed that, they wouldn't be there shopping, giving the company reasons to make them work.

I think you should have told the lady that you would be with your family. I understand the urge to say something and I must admit I've done it myself. Usually on Christmas Eve after 15 hour shifts when people were giving me crap for shutting the store down and not having any Christmas spirit. >.>
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Posted on: Nov 13 2012, 10:37 AM


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To be honest I don't think men really care all that much (or women, but since I haven't been with women I can't be sure) about body hair, as long as they get you naked and get to do things. Some might more than others, but hell I've been lazy with my leg shaving for at least a month now because I'm trying to extend my razor life and it doesn't seem much of an issue. I think shaving has been more for my own comfort and esteem than anything else.
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Posted on: Nov 12 2012, 10:25 AM


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Aww shame. My sister will be here for my graduation that week so I'll be entertaining her and if I can manage a trip to London it will probably be the day before that, because I'll most likely be working that evening.

Make it Winchester and I could probably drag her and her boyfriend along before departure for work, and possibly work something out for your crashing needs. wink.gif
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Posted on: Nov 8 2012, 12:21 PM


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<BigMistake> my balls especially have magic powers
<BigMistake> which reminds me: unicorn balls. brb
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Posted on: Nov 4 2012, 05:51 PM


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It appears to be working for me. irc.foonetic.net port 6667
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Posted on: Oct 26 2012, 03:55 PM


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QUOTE (Mata @ Oct 26 2012, 07:57 AM) *
I love that moving to England is considered a valid weight-loss strategy for an American biggrin.gif


Well it did mean giving up my car and actually walking places. Parking and petrol are just too expensive over here to justify driving the short distances I would have done if I were home. Also there aren't as many drive through fast food places, so I don't have the easy excuse to be lazy and just drive to get some crap food, so I mostly eat what Fuzzy or I cook. I still don't eat the healthiest of things and could probably do more than just walk to places, but in the little over a year I've been here I've lost 80 pounds (5.714 stone) (hit that mark today). I don't think I'm doing all that much and am amazed everyday that the loss hasn't plateaued yet. It also really pisses off my family that I've lost that much and still eat nice food for the most part. So yeah, I guess moving here is a valid weight-loss strategy. Perhaps they should make petrol as expensive in the states to battle the obesity issue.

Related to this topic, I forgot to mention my own tattoos. I have eyes tattooed on my back and have to deal with the fact that it creeps some people out. Sometimes even men, when it comes to sex. (Not an issue at the moment, since Fuzzy is good enough to know they don't function and not let it get to him.) I once had a guy tell me he liked me, but he would never be able to have sex doggy style with me without covering them up with post-it notes or a cape or something. lol I knew they would creep some people out though and so that's why I had them put somewhere I can usually cover with clothing. The occasional eyelash sticks out of my shirt though, but the point is, it kind of goes with the having to realize that not all people are going to be accepting of it.
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Posted on: Oct 26 2012, 01:09 PM


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I think you might actually consider winter in Vegas warm, but that's simply going off of stereotypes since I've only been there in the summer. Also the UK is warmer in the winter than I was led to believe before coming out here. That's beside the point though. I have found myself saying, "They should put some clothes on!" when walking home at night seeing girls lined up outside of clubs or pubs. I figured that was just me getting old.

I think body modification can be good, though in some cases it does get a bit out of hand. I personally don't care for face tattoos, or things like spikes in the head or magnetic plates under the scalp to allow for changing metal head accessories, but I think people who do it are doing it for that extreme factor and that's their choice.

I think it's more the people who do have surgery to make themselves look like the ideal and just have more and more things changed about them. For instance, a woman who has been having surgeries for years to look like a Barbie Doll (Strangely I can't find a link for the one I'm thinking of, but apparently there are more than one). Since the actual dimensions of a Barbie aren't naturally possible, trying to surgically alter oneself to that standard is a bit much and points to some mental issues. To go away from that extreme however, I think it's more the people who have the work done and then look fake that I don't really like.

Getting a bit of lipo to take off a problem area when you've been working out for years that won't just go away, seems more than fine. Having a tummy tuck to get rid of excess skin after weight loss also seems fine. It's more of those things that are to fix the small issues that you can't otherwise solve yourself that seem more ok. I am a bit torn on that though, because I do think people should be able to do whatever they want to themselves and if it is more on the extreme level of it, just be aware of the consequences of pushing societal norms and realize how people are going to react to you. For instance knowing people are going to think you're a bit of a freak if you try to look like Barbie or cover your face in tattoos. As long as you're aware of this factor and willing to deal with it, rather than just get angry at anyone who isn't accepting, then ok fine.

Personally, I've considered liposuction and a breast reduction. Getting liposuction does feel like a bit of a cheat though, when I haven't put enough effort into losing weight properly though (aside from moving to England). I figured that would always be an "if I won the lottery pipedream." The breast reduction would be more because my boobs are too huge and they cause back problems. Also they've sagged since I got them, so it would be nice to see what non-old lady boobs look like. This one again is a maybe if I had lots of money thing, because while I would have some relief on my back, I would still have back issues from other problems and I might lose some sensation in my breasts. I kind of like being able to feel them properly for things like sex.
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Posted on: Oct 8 2012, 02:55 PM


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Rose: Heard back from a job I was hoping for.
Thorn: They don't think they can sponsor me for a visa.
Rose: They said they'd look into it and call me back if they can.
Rose: They sighed and said, "What a great application."
Thorn: I'm obsessively checking the status of the application.
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Posted on: Oct 3 2012, 10:59 AM


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QUOTE (BigMistake @ Oct 1 2012, 10:55 AM) *
QUOTE (Phyllis @ Oct 1 2012, 02:18 PM) *
OVER. Anyone who says otherwise is fractally wrong. We should shun them until they accept the truth.


What's our stance on neutralists?


I say neutral votes should automatically go to over.
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Posted on: Oct 3 2012, 10:58 AM


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I frequented a chat program that had us use Avatars in chat. I didn't like the ready made ones from websites so I would steal pictures to make my avatars. I googled "goth girl" as I often did for finding the look that I wanted and I came across the website. I watched the animations and would frequently come back to check for new ones, then one day there was a link to the forums, so I joined. After bringing Cand over and CrissiLove, I ditched the old chat program and just moved in here.

I think at one point in time I jokingly said to my mom, after I had just watched the animations, "If there's one man in this world I'll marry, it's this guy," based completely on the humour of the animations. I didn't think I would ever actually meet Mata or even speak to him on something like the forums, so I thought it was safe in making that joke. Don't worry Mata, I'm over the fangirl thing and I'm totally smitten with Fuzzy. wink.gif
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Posted on: Oct 1 2012, 12:06 PM


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Totally over! Has to be over! There is no other way.
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Posted on: Sep 29 2012, 07:20 PM


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As I told you in chat, they're horrible. Haha.

I think you just have to smile during all of the events and if they do make you guess the size of the woman, try and guess smaller than you really think. When you guess too large, they get a bit offended. >.>

I also think you're mostly just expected to stay through the present opening, unless there's cake, then you stay through the cake so you at least get something good out of it.

You should also probably buy a cheap gift. Booties usually go over well, or soft blankets. I personally enjoy giving these, but that all depends on the mother.
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Posted on: Sep 23 2012, 12:57 PM


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<BigMistake> hmm, these Vimto bonbons are so good, it's like I'm sucking on unicorn balls

and this followed

<BigMistake> I can't stop putting them in my mouth, it's crazy
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