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11 Feb 2011
HOW DO YOU KILL THEM?????

Usually I don't like killing animals, but these MUST DIE. ARGH.

Apparently they can live a whole year without eating food, and females can live for 8 years! So being super tidy isn't an option. Besides, they eat books and walls and hair, and other things I'm not especially keen on getting rid of.

Have you had silverfish problems - did any pesticides work?

Tips on KILLING THEM ALL?

Uuuurrrrrrgggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhh

28 Nov 2010
This isn't too much a concern, I was just wondering....

Do people still get frightened at night, even as adults?

I mean, I'm 19.... and still have trouble convincing myself to turn of the ligts before I sleep, and sometimes I sleep with the lights totally on. I don't really go home anymore because I get too scared sleeping in my house. Last time I was there I almost went and asked to sleep in my parents' bed, haha! (I never used to be this scared when I lived there... odd!) And I only sleep when I'm feeling so tired that I can fall asleep in about a minute, so that I don't have to lie awake and hear creaks and having my imaginaton go crazy.

I've always wanted to keep my mind young, but not this young, please!

Anyway, I'm not too fussed, just interested... do adults keep this scary night imagination? smile.gif

Oh wait, I'll make it a poll. I hope that' worked.
23 Oct 2008
I had to make some portraits for an art lesson, but being crappy, never took the photos to paint/draw. But it was all ok, because Witless let me use some photos that he had taken, and I painted them. Finally I've got my art back from school (about a year and a bit later..), so here is a little bit of it.

http://i457.photobucket.com/albums/qq300/e...e3/DSC00403.jpg If you ignore the hand, the elbow, the material and the mouth, then I'm reasonably pleased with it.

This was a monochromatic study, so we took a primary colour then mixed it with white, greys and finally black, but I accidentally used pink as opposed to red for the first. Oh well. I quite like these, quite dynamic.
http://i457.photobucket.com/albums/qq300/e...e3/DSC00391.jpg
http://i457.photobucket.com/albums/qq300/e...e3/DSC00410.jpg

http://i457.photobucket.com/albums/qq300/e...e3/DSC00374.jpg This is the title page for the project

http://i457.photobucket.com/albums/qq300/e...e3/DSC00402.jpg My mum. Look at the iris popping out of the eye! Aahh!!

http://i457.photobucket.com/albums/qq300/e...e3/DSC00421.jpg If you cover up the light half of the face, then it looks reasonably sensible, if you don't then it's just embarrassing. Also the background needs redoing to make it smooth. Also, I'm not sure why I'm yellow. Everyone was doing it in unrealistic colours so I just thought 'ok I'll do yellow'. I don't think that was a good idea, I should have just done it in true colour.


Ok awesome.
14 Aug 2008
I'm aware that there is already a thread here about this, but I want to start a new one, so there we go.

For all life that I can remember, I've suffered from an anxiety-related disorder (which I would rather not state) that is severely limiting to me and also potentially harmful to my body - a sort of phobia if you will. Unfortunately, because of this, I am having to cancel going on a tour with my bands (which I've already paid for). I would like to go, but it's only in a week.

I haven't tried therapy about it before because only after a recent event have my parents fully understood the potential dangers to me or have I told them completely about it.

I would really love to go on this tour but due to the nature of it, by the end of it I will (with no exaggeration - honestly!) be in hospital or dead. I have three (or a mixture of) options: visiting a psychologist, drugs and hypnotherapy.

I don't think the problem will disappear so quickly by seeing a psychologist within the next week (although I intend to with or without the tour), and I'm unwilling to take drugs because beta-blockers are said to remove the passion in your playing (for music) and I'm scared they won't work and I'll be stuck.

Hypnosis seems to me to be quite magical. It just cures you, just like that. Is this true? What are peoples' experiences with it? Does it take more than one session?

Awesome, thank you!
23 Aug 2006
Sorry... just a moment of general hysterics. Move along, move along.
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