Getting texts from the girl who wanted to cheat on her bf with me, and she still wants to. Between the random guy on the street and the person willing to ruin their relationship, not sure if I should feel like a stud or a *****
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So I got the job.
TIME TO CELEBRATE.
Gonna go get me a smoothie.
Spoiler:- more geeky MTG stuff:
I'm also currently taking part in a two week EMT course, so I'll be a little slow to respond to everything. It's 12 hours a day for two weeks, plus studying during the time that I'm not in class (sounds worse than it really is, but over exaggerating makes me feel better).
Although I have to admit that pretending to be cowboys and Indians and climbing trees is one thing I really miss from childhood. The only gaming system I had when I was growing up was a GBC and some digivice, tamigachi-esque thing I stole from my brother.
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pock pock pock
And you questioned my sanity. My Anime List
I have claimed Alucard (Hellsing), Sebastian (Kuroshitsuji), and Laguna Loire (Final Fantasy VIII).
Hellsing, Street Fighter, The Elder Scrolls, Dangan Ronpa, Bleach, Homestuck, Black Butler, and Puella Magi Madoka Magica fan.
Sig made by Izagar.
3DS FC: 3738 0398 8876 Mikan
Friend Safari: Ground (Wooper, Camerupt, and Palpitoad)
"Sub-human" is being kinda generous, but yeah, his music from around then was ridiculously soul-filled, even if it's not accessible to most people (I remember I once tried to play "Your Pussy's Glued to a Building on Fire" at my old workplace, and my coworkers would not, uh, have it, to say the least (except for the guy who introduced me to Frusciante, anyway)). I'm actually not that familiar with Smile from the Streets You Hold compared to the rest of his work, except for the title song, which I love. And actually, I remember hearing in another interview that he generally writes his lyrics sort of by mismatching concepts in a way that amuses him, and he mentioned "Regret" specifically -- that it struck him as an anomaly to regret one's past, because your past made you who you are, so it's contradictory to regret it, since it's also regretting the person you are now, or could become. Or something along those lines.
P.S.- Armorandonomon: fuck yes.
Um, Tales of Symphonia was clearly the game on the GCN.
Something that's better than the games you listed.
Is it bad that I wasn't actually aware of what Tales of Symphonia was until I looked it up just now?
Thanks, guys. I start tomorrow morning. :u Aww yeeaaahhh guaranteed 45+ hours a week. LESS VIDYA, MORE DOSH TO WHOP OUT. Gonna save up my first few checks
(HAHA LIKE THAT'LL HAPPEN)and finally get a car/learn to drive...though not in that order.
I went over to a friend's house and he made the best mango + peach + pineapple smoothie in the world. And jb, we also had tacos. Because tacos are, indeed, fabulous.
And Jesus Christ, I completely forgot that you were timed when you went online. Time flies so fast.
why are you guys talking about gamecubes
profesco was talking about snes
my aunts had a snes when i was a tiny kid and a friend had a nes so i got to play them both from the mid 90s, and as a result yoshi's island is one of my favourite games of all time
the sun isa lightbulb
At least there was nothing worth doing.Originally Posted by Armorandonomon
It's because Profesco is so far behind the times, so you have to update the conversation to keep it almost relevant. If he mentions WWII, start talking about Vietnam. Ancient Greece? Bump it up to Rome. Et cetera.Originally Posted by moot
Oh, and I had an NES and an N64, but never an SNES. I missed out, man.
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