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Old 02-14-2004, 02:46 AM   #41
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excretion?wtf???

The same girl I described in my first post in this thread, the druggie, thinks her life story is the most interesting epic in the world.

Guess what we heard for ten minutes in theology...
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Old 02-14-2004, 05:54 AM   #42
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Her life story? It's her life story isn't it. Tell me I'm right!


Just because people think what I say don't make sense, doesn't mean I don't like popsicles.
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Old 02-14-2004, 03:36 PM   #43
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People who call me 'paranoid' are probably in on the plot.
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Old 02-14-2004, 04:00 PM   #44
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Mmmmmmmm, sea shanty.


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Old 02-14-2004, 04:32 PM   #45
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It costs a little extra, but its worth it.


People who call me 'paranoid' are probably in on the plot.
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Old 02-14-2004, 09:28 PM   #46
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Tell us as well!

[all together now, sing along if you know it]

"Sit in your favourite chair,
We'l sit all around,
All around Orca Wail..."
a bonny-sea schanty, aye!

*is reminded of jaws...

Here is her life story....click

there was something about watermelons, condoms, and sonces...

Annoying thing #777...people who miss the point...

I swas working on a Dark Man parodie, Dark Bag, starring my character, BagMan . A friend of mine, however thought it was *twitch* FAN FICTON. Everybody else got it, but he thought it swas FAN FICTION.

This were his last words...


so you liked DarkMan?

pSSH. w/e...

PS Sorry I don't have better pics of the bag dude.
But here are two others...
a naked bag...
...and a bag moment inspired by Life & Death...
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Old 02-14-2004, 09:33 PM   #47
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Here is her life story....click



good......god......


#778 - People who don't check their pm box every couple of days [At Least!]


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Old 02-14-2004, 10:58 PM   #48
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eeeEK! *checks PM box*...
T_T you trick me!

#779...teh 7334 (the Leet). Most people online are 7334, and say its easier, however, I find it makes multi-player games HARDER.


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1 4r3 7h3 337...w007!!!!!!!!!!!1
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Old 02-15-2004, 09:55 PM   #49
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Ahhh Dark Man. Now that's a funny movie. If it'd been me, I would've just offed myself...I wouldn't have the will to live.


#780....people who don't watch foreign films because of subtitles. "Ew! I hate subtitles! I hate reading! It's so boring!" ADAHBADLSAFH EAHOERIA J#IJ#A(SEJ AKSJFA DIIIIIEEEEEEE!!!!!

:burn1:




#781


peeps who typ lyke dis cuz dey think it maeks dem getto, nd dey dont spel n e thing rite nd dey neva use pUnCtUaTiOn even if ure goin crAzY n u ask dem 2 stop but dey dont cuz dey no nothing....lolZ!! ROFLMAAODAOHDFOAKSJFO!!!11@!!1 omg, stfu~ do u sk8????


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Old 02-16-2004, 03:42 AM   #50
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Ahhh Dark Man. Now that's a funny movie. If it'd been me, I would've just offed myself...I wouldn't have the will to live.
I think I would go into a perpetual sugar high for the rest of my life...wait, what would be burned--



--never mind....

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#780....people who don't watch foreign films because of subtitles. "Ew! I hate subtitles! I hate reading! It's so boring!" ADAHBADLSAFH EAHOERIA J#IJ#A(SEJ AKSJFA DIIIIIEEEEEEE!!!!!


Jesus, yes. I love the movie "Run Lola Run", but its German with English subtitles. But everybody HATE it...because of subtitles...

#781...people who don't watch foreign films because they are foriegn films. Yes, young people, in the 21st century. Its sad.
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Old 02-16-2004, 07:50 PM   #51
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That's horrible, Joshi. If anyone EVER did that to me....well....I'd be upset. Seriously, whoever did that deserves to rot in hell! ALL THINGS WITTY AND HILARIOUS CREATED BY JOSHI ARE NOW COPYRIGHTED BY JOSHI!



Did you not explain to the group of people that it was your witty comment and not hers?
i could have done that, but then who would believe me, it's just like someone saying something really intelligent and you saying "I was just going to say that!" even if you actually were, no one would believe you. Also, I'd be labled the whiny possessive git, which I'm not. I'm the nice guy of the group who occasionally makes funny witty remarks (a teacher offers everyone a nut from his bag of nuts and I wittily ask "Does it contain nuts?"... I'll go to sleep now) but is generally the "legend" with three beautiful wives (only pretend, but they seem to like the idea), one gorgeous safety (if we're not married by the time we're 40 yadda yadda yadda) and one husband (I was drunk... a lot).

so to go from that to whiney git in about ten seconds is a bit of an accomplishment I'd rather not achieve.

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Old 02-16-2004, 11:32 PM   #52
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Orca: Mmmmmmm, sugar.


The worst is when you tell them about the film, they get interested, and when they ask you who's in it (and you have to say Audrey Tatou or Jean Reno or Til Schweiger because its foreign) they crap out and go "oh, I hate foreign films" like they've ever watched one. BLAALADKAHWAIPAIN PAO KFLAPHJHGEWRAPHHHFFF!


Joshi:

:headbang: I did that not just the other day. You know, say "I was just about to say that"...everyone just looked at me and gave me that "yeah, sure" stare.

Aha. Three wives.





#782


People who think it's fun to playfully make fun of you. You know what I'm talkin' about. Like you're talking to a good friend and they jokingly make fun of you too much (or about the wrong thing) and when you give them signals that you don't like it, they continue to do it.

Naturally, this comes with a personal example. Let's just say it wasn't funny for me when everyone pointed and laughed at my expense.


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Old 02-17-2004, 04:41 PM   #53
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Orca: Mmmmmmm, sugar.
sugar?

...

SUGAR!

Okay, back on topic...

...I hate it when friends "joke" like that too. And you feel bad yelling at them.

Oh well...

#783...
When people listen to music on the bus/study hall/library/torture chamber so loud EVERYONE can hear it...make me want to kill, KILL!
*puts a funnel on my head* ARGH! worse then jello!
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Old 02-18-2004, 03:00 AM   #54
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#783...
When people listen to music on the bus/study hall/library/torture chamber so loud EVERYONE can hear it...make me want to kill, KILL!
The worst is rap music, the repetative beats and annoying vocals venting out over the room clear as day through their headphones ARRRRRRGGHHH!


Just because people think what I say don't make sense, doesn't mean I don't like popsicles.
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Old 02-18-2004, 03:02 AM   #55
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Jello?


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Old 02-18-2004, 03:04 AM   #56
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#784



Jello?
LIES! FILTHY LIES!


Just because people think what I say don't make sense, doesn't mean I don't like popsicles.
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Old 02-18-2004, 03:08 AM   #57
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Search your feelings, you KNOW it to be true!


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Old 02-18-2004, 03:10 PM   #58
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Jello, dispite its goodness, is annoying. It can't stay on the spoon and goes everywhere...

#785
My sister has two hampters and two hermit crabs she has boarding at my house while she's in colledge. They STINK, firstly, and they're only gone for two months of the year when she works at a camp(the animals are for the Nature Centre)..

...and i'm not allowed to have ANY pets at all...

Now, to an outsider, this must look very...er...you know...



But it annoys me very very much.

Espically when the animals STINK. I can't do anything about it becuase I'm not allowed to even LOOK at them...

Icing on the cake? I do my homework and my artwork in the basement becuase its the quietest, roomiest place in the house...
AND NOW ITS THE STINKIEST!
*dies*
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Old 02-18-2004, 06:22 PM   #59
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There's always room for jello.

This time last year, i hung around a load of people who's existance in life was mearly to make fun of me 24/7. So I stopped hanging around with them and made friend with about 17 girls who don't do that. I'm fine

Sometimes people listening to loud music annoys me, but sometimes it's the only thing that'll keep me awak on the bus on the way to school. The annoying thing is that I take a non school bus to school as it's the only one that goes from where I live to school and only one other girl from my school takes that bus. Now we used to be good friends, she's talk to me, we'd l;augh and blah blah blah. Now, it's nothing, she won't even look over and smiel at me, she just ignores me completely and I don't know why, it's like one minute she's fine, we talk and so on, now i'm lucky if I can get one word out of her. I even initiate conversation with her sometimes, but I generally only get one or two word answers. i've given up now, but it's still annoying as hell. and she's usually the one on the bus listening to loud music.

and yes three wives. What of it, jealous? I hope so

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Old 02-18-2004, 10:13 PM   #60
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Hey, no bad mouthing hampster, I have one, his name is Herbie, that's right Herbie the Hampster, and he's adorable, so there. As for Jello, there's always room for it, so how could it possibly be annoying? By the way it's for use with fingers, not spoons.


Just because people think what I say don't make sense, doesn't mean I don't like popsicles.
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Old 02-18-2004, 11:27 PM   #61
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#786

People who just can't understand or detect sarcasm, despite their intelligence. I remember not but a month ago, my guidance counceler was calling down random groups of kids to discuss with about class scheduling next year. My group also started talking about college applications and this surfer-skater-dude asked if winning a surfing contest would look good. She said yes, and then we all got into a discussion about surfing...(well, not me, cause I don't really know much about it and all.)

Well, the guidance counceler brought up this girl who lost her arm to a shark while surfing. And then I interjected, in the most sarcastic tone possible, "Wow, that's happy." My guidance counceler shot me a look, and asked, "Are you okay? What's wrong with you today? Is everything alright at home?"



...wow. Just wow.


P.S. Joshi: three? Ya sure? Have you counted?

P.P.S. Skinkie: Hampsters are okay. My best friend used to have a rat named Disa. She was very adorable, but he had to give her away cause of going to military school. She didn't smell at all, though.

P.P.S. Orca: Excellent use of the violin smilie...


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Old 02-19-2004, 04:54 AM   #62
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Well, the guidance counceler brought up this girl who lost her arm to a shark while surfing. And then I interjected, in the most sarcastic tone possible, "Wow, that's happy." My guidance counceler shot me a look, and asked, "Are you okay? What's wrong with you today? Is everything alright at home?"
Is that guidence's favorite question? BAH!

and

Hampsters? THEY aren't annoying. Their stink and the person who ditches them are annoying...


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As for Jello, there's always room for it, so how could it possibly be annoying? By the way it's for use with fingers, not spoons.
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Old 02-19-2004, 02:04 PM   #63
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P.S. Joshi: three? Ya sure? Have you counted?
Not really, hang on...

Um... yah, 3... and one husband, although don't quote me on that.

I originally had one, and then another said she felt left out and so I asked her and she said yes, and then another got into the conversation and said 'Ooh, can I be your wife too?' and I ended up with 3 wives. Don't ask about the husband, I'm not too sure how that one came about. But I can safely say that I was completely sobre when proposing to the three girls. Well, at least with two of them. They were all together when it happened so they all know they're part of a set, and so far, only one of them doesn't like the idea (she wants me to herself).

Holy crap, how could I forget the otherone. There's another wife at work who doesn't know about the rest (and the rest don't know about her). Man is she gonna be mad when she finds out.

Don't look at me like that, it's all totally platonic.

Slightly

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Well, Joshi, you certainly have a busy romantic life. Congradulations to you.






Did I ever tell you I was once married to myself?


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Old 02-19-2004, 06:25 PM   #65
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#787- People who spell 'hamster' -> hampster. eugh.


People who call me 'paranoid' are probably in on the plot.
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but the correct spelling IS "hampster"


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Old 02-20-2004, 06:21 AM   #67
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Canada?


Just because people think what I say don't make sense, doesn't mean I don't like popsicles.
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Old 02-20-2004, 06:10 PM   #69
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So.... The New England states?


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Old 02-21-2004, 11:26 AM   #71
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Its probably some god-forsaken little hole...... so, yeah, Canada.


People who call me 'paranoid' are probably in on the plot.
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Old 02-21-2004, 01:53 PM   #72
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but the correct spelling IS "hampster"
Ah, so you're the guy who spells it hampster. I knew there had to be one of you.

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#788 - People... who don't respond to battles......
I'm looking at you Guybrush!
Whats it been, a week now?!

*Takes chill pill.....intravenously*
Ahh.....


I have proof of the spelling of the word hamster.
DOTT!
"Pick up HAMSTER"
"Use microwave with HAMSTER"
"Use HAMSTER with freezer"
"Use woolen jumper with HAMSTER"


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Old 02-21-2004, 10:13 PM   #74
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#789...people who go to extreme measures to prove they're right...

I love you Mr.Flibble....same way I love...hampsters


#790 stupid people who have the magical ability to make you feel stupid yourself...

...examplur...

I made the mistake of showing a comic book project to my parents, under the idea of "If I share it, maybe they'll respect it."

It was in concept form, and the first thing my father said was "WOW!"

And I was like err, what is it? hoping, naively, that he would say something about a well developed plot or emotionally rich characters.

"That guy's CHEST got BLOWN open!" he said. "COOL!"

This infuriated my mother and I felt very, VERY stupid.

Niether of them have seen concept art since (well, my father has, when mummy dear isn't home...)
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Curious, here, but your mother was infuriated because there was a dude who got shot in the chest? Worried makes sense to me, but infuriated?





#791

People who give you false praise for something.











Yup. That's it. No interesting anecdote. I just hate it when somebody goes "WOW THAT'S FANTASTIC!!!" just because they're your friend and they feel obligated to.


For the love of Cheese, people, critisize once and while.


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My art teacher sent an e-mail to our whole class on how we weren't trying hard enough and needed to be more critical of each other. She also basically said that everything we'd made sucked, kinda pissed me off.

Add that to the list.


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#792. People who want criticism on their work, but hate you for it the instant you give it to them.

My art teacher was pissed when I criticised a piece of his own work. Of course it was a work in progress and he was expectnig criticism but the entire class just sucked arse so when he came round to me, I told him, the eyes need a little work, which they did and he knew it. But what does he say? (he likes to pick on me by saying that I pick on him all the time making the entire class hate me for a fraction of a second, we have a mutual dis-respect for each other).

He said it was harsh and the first thing they were taught in teacher training was to say something nice first, and then something critical. I never went to no freaking teacher training, I'm not a teacher and I'm 17! (or at least I was then) How the hell was I meant to know!

Trust me, sometimes it isn't good to be critical, just say something nice and then go hide in the corner.

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