This signature is now officially G L O R I O U S
partly because they deserve every lick of it ( except Jb because he is cool)
did you know being literate is a great skill needed for life
The same applies to airplane food.
I am trying EV training for the firs time even with a macho brace it takes too long, 1 hour and I am a little less than 10% finished. I can't believe people do this on a regular basis.
That was actually the 4 most interesting pages on GCT ever. not srs
Back to airplanes, I love them! It's the best way to travel. And the food is okay if you can make it to the bathroom first and spend the rest of the journey satisfied that you've made everyone else's journey that little bit worse.
Also, I love trains. I'd use trains more often, but there aren't any easily accessible trains where I live (not even sure if there are any, for that matter).
Though I'm not really picky with what I eat.
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Fighting for real American turtles everywhere. Pro-Turtle since 6/30/13
butyeah, I shouldn't expect a whole lot so I'll shut up now.
Actually, back on the competitive battling point, my Swellow is actually a total beast:
Swellow @ Flame Orb
some sort of EVs
Protect to stall until the Flame Orb kicks in. Guts activates and boosts Attack scarily high, which deals a hell of a lot of damage coupled with double power Facade with STAB. Swellow is fast enough to out-speed a lot of things. It's a total glass cannon, but it works well.
'Cause with my mid-youth crisis all said and done
I need to be youthfully felt, 'cause God I never felt young
welp. everyone who hates my posts is about to catch a real lucky break. i won't be signing on much after tomorrow, so praise the lawd.
bye everyone :]
I don't really mind smogon that much, it's just I like to use some gimmick pokemon that I know are very situational, but I love it when they work out. But anything that's not standard they act like it's the most awful thing.
And am I the only person who hates team preview?
Last edited by bobjr; 30th May 2012 at 10:39 PM.
Little story about one of my experiences with a plane ride...
The first time I went on a plane by myself I was about 9 years old and I was with my younger brother who was about 6. We were close to our destination and the flight attendant turned on the seat-belt sign and said not to leave our seats, so I didn't. But I also didn't pee the entire plane ride and I really, really, had to go. My brother, being the self-assured douche-weasel that he is, some how convinced me that I wasn't allowed to get up to go pee. To make a short story shorter, I ended up peeing on myself. I also don't listen to my brother anymore.
EDIT: I need to stop writing up a reply than forgetting about it until later. Once again, multiple posts have passed since my post had much relevance.
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