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SeaWitch
09-21-2002, 09:52 AM
This is stupid, but since the gene pool is being polluted everyday as we speak, I was wondering if Dom was married or had a woman? He's close to my age, cute as a button, and I just want to know whether I can continue to dream or should just give up totally.

I'd like him to read to me, because I love his voice. I'd like him to cook for me (because I hear tale that he can cook some mean Italian food) and vice versa (because my grandmother taught me how to bake, pretty well.

If any one you have the scoop, give it to me. If there are any other girls on this list with a taste for Dom, sorry to step on toes :D , and I must say that you have wonderful taste in men.

Thank you all...:naughty:

Tmansdc
09-21-2002, 07:41 PM
he can cook italian food because he is an italian american. ya know. i'm one too because my last name is Scrima (that is italian.) I kind of look like a younger Dom. But that's another story.

Tmansdc
09-21-2002, 10:57 PM
you can e-mail him at darmato@compuserve.com but it will take a few months for a reply. I sent one today and I'm not expecting a response until late January.

SeaWitch
09-22-2002, 12:55 AM
I can't in good faith email this man whom I've never met and say, "Hi, I think you're a kitten. Are you married? No? Do you want to be?" :eyeraise: You know, it would just make me feel very very strange. I'll just stick to my dream of a chance encounter. I know I'm being silly, but I've been single for a bit so its fun.

-SeaWitch who is sick (like physically not feeling good)

Tmansdc
09-22-2002, 01:16 AM
in question though, no i don't think he's married. they had a cooking with spaff thing with him seven months ago and he wasn't married or engaged so there's hope.

SeaWitch
09-22-2002, 04:02 AM
Yeah, I saw that cooking with Spaff thing. That's where I figured out that he could cook. (Of course I knew he was Italian :D )

This is so silly, you guys. I am too old for this nonsense, but its fun to have crushes as you grow older. Hell, my mom's still sweet after Mel Gibson and she's 53. Its just that Dom is so cute and talented. He also seems like a wonderful man.


Anyway... enough of this. :rolleyes: Sorry to take up space.

Dom doesn't ever post on the board does he? If he does, I hope this thread is long sense been buried under ground. Oi! I'd be so embarassed. A twenty-four year old woman making after a voice actor....sheesh!

Hi-Jinx
09-22-2002, 10:16 AM
I'm female, but I only have a crush on LeChuck as a character. Nothing more or less. :D

SeaWitch
09-22-2002, 12:16 PM
Yeah, I typically go for the villain, myself. I don't know if that's particularly your kind of taste, but let no one tell you that you're strange. When I was like 3 (21) summers ago, I had a crush on Skelator. My nursery school teacher used to pick on me, because I'd carry around the Skeltor action figure. Now, its Sephiroth from Final Fantasy 7.

Guybrush and Hotohori (anime- Fushigi Yugi) are the only two heros that catch my fancy. I haven't figured out what it is about Guybrush. Our friends used to say that my ex and I were Guybrush and Elaine, because I'm fiery and saucy, and he's lanky, dorky and had a long blond pony-tail. (He's certainly not cool, whitty, or might enough to be Guybrush).


(Just imagine what he'd think if I had the REAL Guybrush on my arm. Wel... the voice actor anyway. Here's to dreamin'!):nut:

Oh and may LeChuck take you through the gates of Big Whoop!

Sea WItch- who DOES want to ask Dom how one makes it
in voice acting, as she watches a lot of anime, but doesn't
have the guts. Who would also end up blathering like a
moron.

Hi-Jinx
09-22-2002, 01:27 PM
Eh, FF7 is prolly my fave game of all time...Sephiroth was my fave character too. ^_^

As for worrying about being strange, it's a bit too late for that. ;)
My boyfriend can do an awesome impression of LeChuck and seems to have perfected his laugh to a T. So i'm quite lucky in that sense. ;>

I'm not really into many villians, just the ones that seem to leave a lasting legacy behind.

I draw too many LeChuck pics, not that I'm complaining o' course. ;d

SeaWitch
09-22-2002, 04:28 PM
I noticed you are from Manchester. I've been there. I spent two weeks in England and Ireland last summer. Had a great time!! A friend of mine on another message board is from "somewhere in Yorkshire." Loved England, want to go back. Hell, I want to live there. I like the temperature. Its too hot in the US.:sweating:

Sarah
09-22-2002, 04:49 PM
Yes, ladies. I hate to break it to you, but Dominic does have a girlfriend.

I hear she's nearly as incredible as him. ;)

Sarah
09-22-2002, 04:53 PM
Oh, and uh... I showed him the thread before I finished reading it. (oops.)

sorry! :D

Hi-Jinx
09-22-2002, 05:20 PM
SW: Yeh, it's not too bad in Manchester, If you enjoy piledriving, cold, torrential rain during the autumm and winter.
Gabez is from England too, but I'm sure of his whereabouts. I think he lives in Preston which is about a couple of hours trainride from here (Close to Blackpool.) You'll have to ask him though cos I'm not 100% sure on that. ^-^

Sarah: Eh? Whatcha mean 'ladies'? I'm not lusting after anyone! I have my dignity, dammit! ;(

Acrylic
09-22-2002, 08:15 PM
lol...on ff7...the best llokin person has to be tifa, ff8 rinoa, ff9 garnet, ff10 rikku....thats all i gotta say **walks...walks faster till in a sprinting pace**

SeaWitch
09-22-2002, 08:38 PM
Hi Sarah, nice to meet you! Thanks for showing interest, however, once the topic got changed to Final Fantasy and I started talking about Sephiroth, I've become completely oblivious to any thing else. :roleyess: Sorry, I knew I should have waited until I got a response that gave me a defenitive answer, but I couldn't resist. Now, I'm totally sidetracked, and had almost forgotten what we were talking about originally. I'm what you might call a flibertygibit when it comes to video games and men.

Of course, this is not the place for us to talk about Final Fantasy, I know (By the way, Acrylic Guitar- Lulu is hotter than Reiku any day. I totally dig her red eyes and her crazy do, and I have a friend who's nickname is Dagger because she looks like her).

--SeaWitch

Acrylic
09-22-2002, 08:45 PM
can i meet ur friend..please?

mercatfat
09-22-2002, 09:11 PM
Lulu's breasts are much too large. Same with Tifa. She's also a little too dark, in my opinion, as far as her personality goes. Rikku is just so energetic, pretty and fun it's hard not to dig her.

Tmansdc
09-23-2002, 12:47 AM
Originally posted by Sarah
Oh, and uh... I showed him the thread before I finished reading it. (oops.)

sorry! :D

heh, prove it. :P

SeaWitch
09-23-2002, 12:50 AM
Sorry Acrylic Guitar, it is my sworn duty to protect her. I'm not so sure about you meeting her. You'd have to go on all these absurd tests and quests. It's just that, as the witch, I have to set some standards, you know? However, if you've got a friend that looks like Sephiroth, (long silver hair, blue green eyes, built like a brick sh@# house, and has a big old 'tude, we might be able to come to a deal. By the way, I never doubted that you were male, hun.

Merecatfat, you have The Zombies Ate My Neighbors on your little side bar thingy! I'm so excited. I love that silly little game. You've mentioned Kefka, and have a reference to TZAMN . You seem pretty cool. You've earned me respect, lad!

--SeaWitch- the girl who keeps finding interesting things at The ScummBar depsite herself.

SeaWitch
09-23-2002, 07:12 AM
Yeah, Hi-Jinx, I understand about the rain. However, I like rain. Where I live, it doesn't rain enough and we're always suffering from major draught. I really like rain in the winter time. I also really love thunderstorms. As a matter of fact, I was visiting this Witchy store in York (city propper) and up came this huge thunderstorm. My friend and I walked back to the hostel while lightning popped around us and thunder boomed. We were soaked to the bone, but it was glorious.


Oh...I wanted to clarify something. When I started this thread, I mentioned that I had been single for a bit. However, on the fan-fic section I mentioned a lover. He and are NOT a couple, just "partners in crime," so to speak. I know you all really don't care about that, but I hate to sound like a hypocrite. I just wanted you to understand that I'm not given to talking out of both sides of my mouth.

--SeaWitch, the dame that never sleeps...alone

:devsmoke: NOT

scabb
09-23-2002, 01:33 PM
Originally posted by SeaWitch
I noticed you are from Manchester. I've been there. I spent two weeks in England and Ireland last summer. Had a great time!! A friend of mine on another message board is from "somewhere in Yorkshire." Loved England, want to go back. Hell, I want to live there. I like the temperature. Its too hot in the US.:sweating:

"Somewhere in Yorkshire" rules.

All the cool people live there.

SeaWitch
09-23-2002, 05:02 PM
Especially my brother's friend Andy in North Allerton. He's one of the funniest people that I have ever met. The only person that wasn't really cool was this kat at Whitby station that kept following me around and making eyes at me. He creeped me out. I loved York!!! I did stupid touristy things like going to the York Dungeon. I can't believe, however, that I gave my stupid ex-boyfriend my York Dungeon sweatshirt in an attempt to get back together with him. Not only did it not work, but and most importabtly, it was a cool touristy sweatshirt.

I had a good sandwhich in York, and a treacle tart. Goddess how I love treacle tarts. Goddess how I love treacle. The best food was in Whitby. I went to this pub and had a meat pie. It was like this stew with a layer of bread baked over top served with chips which I promptly poured vinegar on. Oh my Goddess was it the best thing I've ever eaten. Oh, and English premade/prepacked sandwiches are soooo much (1000x's) better than American premade/prepacked sammiches.

However, the best sammich that I have ever eaten was in Kilarney Ireland at this little cafe with a Gaelic name that I can't pronounce.:D I think what made the sammich was the cheddar cheese which was pale yellow instead of that electric orange (doorhinge?) that we're used to in the states. That was the best cheese I've ever had. English and Irish cheese is so good. I don't think Americans know good cheese unless they go abroad. We can't make cars and we can't make good cheese.

Ireland was my favorite place, though. Its the witches' Mecca. :cheers: --SeaWitch who will return some day.