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  • Birthday 10/05/1990

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    Somebody fetch me a nipple.
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    My breasts are too big for this movie.

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  1. Well, happy birthday to you! :3

  2. [size="1"] Alright, I was really bummed when Bug type was already called for. I am curious if there is any way for me to claim Bug as long as I have my roster up by the third. I have some badass dudes I'd like to use! [/size]
  3. [size="1"] McDonalds dollar menu. If I could live at the D's and eat every meal there every day, I would in a heartbeat. This is perhaps due to my inability to cook and my current close proximity to many McDonalds restaurants. [/size]
  4. [size="1"] One of the greatest series I've read this summer is the [i]Mysterious Benedict Society[/i] by Trenton Lee Stewart. I read all three back to back and couldn't set them down, it's a wildly whimsical series. The plot is fun and the characters are unique and exciting, all three books exceeded my expectations. I'm a huge fan of young adult fantasy novels, and these books have certainly gained a spot on my favorites in this category up with the [i]Artemis Fowl [/i]series and [i]A Wrinkle in Time[/i]. [/size]
  5. [size="1"] So I will call Fire type. I'm usually a sucker for bug types, so stepping out of my comfort zone should be refreshing. And my pokes will be: Reshiram Blaziken Volcarona Chandelure Charizard Magmortar I'm excited. I lurked quite a bit during the last tournament since I hadn't purchased black or white by the sign up date. Lawliet went with me to pick up my copy today, so I'm super psyched and preparing my dudes! Can't wait to see you folks on the battlefield. [/size]
  6. [size="1"][font="Arial"] Hello, all. I'm sure nobody here will remember me, it sure has been awhile. Well, I am entering the final semester of my undergraduate career as a graphic design/studio art student at university. I'd like a few opinions of some work, if anybody is game to rip me apart! So I've been toying with the notion of creating an installation piece for my Senior Portfolio Exhibition, complete with live painted models. To document my thought process, I've completed a few "brainstorming" shoots. My installation is a Genesis reconstruction, and my installation piece is going to perhaps be an entire created world. I am considering creating this "world" out of large slices of typography, creating a sort of "jungle" of "named things" to incorporate my text design and incorporate graphic elements. For instance, trees and jungle flowers will be made of colorful hand painted and hand carved letters, some spelling out the names of the items they are creating. Sketches are to come. Inside my jungle will perhaps be my models, sort of "creatures" of my own creation based on animalistic prints and shapes, as well as my own interpenetration animals. So, my eventual goal is to pull from ancient and religious texts to create a modern "world" for folks to walk through and become a part of, and my intention is to inspire creation by letting the creation story inspire. To make an old and dusty story of religion and re-tell it in a way that shows people that the creation of things and of art and of beauty is the true meaning of the story. So here are some of my ideas for the creatures to dwell inside my typographic forest, and I cannot decide if I would rather continue using hand prints as their markings, or if I would like to toy with text and letters in the paint. I suppose I have a semester to figure it out. Ideas, suggestions on my "animals"? [/font][/size]
  7. [quote name='Lunox'][font=trebuchet ms] - Chick-fil-A [/font][/QUOTE] [FONT="Arial"][SIZE="1"] Hey, I work there! I'm from Michigan, but I've spent a solid decade in Georgia now. Which means I'm pretty hooked on sweet tea. But I've gotta say I like fried chicken smothered in cream cheese. Very delicious. [/SIZE][/FONT]
  8. [FONT="Arial"][SIZE="1"] Just finished quite a few books, seeing as I am fresh off of a long and relaxing vacation full of reading and other sorts of wonderment. A Wrinkle in Time. A wonderful book, I have read it many times in the past. I have not finished all of the sequels yet, and I presume that will be my next choice. Angels and Demons by Dan Brown. I read this book right after The Lost Symbol, which was much more exciting in my opinion. I agree with James, however, in regard to the characters. I feel as though, having read three books containing the same main protagonist, I should feel more attached to him. Angels and Demons was still certainly still worthy of a thumbs-up, I actually learned some interesting facts as well. Artemis Fowl: The Lost Colony by Eoin Colfer. Great book, not my favorite in the series. Very excited about reading book number six, the Time Paradox, but I seem to have misplaced it among the odds and ends around my house. While lazily refusing to locate my lost novel, I am happily trickling my free time away re-reading the Ultimate Hitchhikers Guide. [/SIZE][/FONT]
  9. [FONT="Arial"][SIZE="1"] [B]The Hush Sound - Don't Wake Me Up.[/B] I was just recently introduced to the band, and I must say I enjoy them. Sort of reminiscent of Fleetwood Mac. [/SIZE][/FONT]
  10. [FONT="Arial"][SIZE="1"] Alice in Wonderland is a personal favorite. Trippy and exciting, there is never a dull moment, and there is a wonderful explosion of color and music and nonsensical nonsense. Fun to watch when impaired, but surely a treat for the senses anytime. South Park. Such meaningful lessons obscured by vulgar grade school students, pop culture references, and unabashed cartoon nudity. Last but certainly not least, the Lion King. For the music alone. And Timon and Pumba. I actually named my cat Mufasa from the sheer awesome of the Mufasa-in-the-sky scene. Plus my cat is the king of the jungle. Don't mess with Mufasa. [/SIZE][/FONT]
  11. [FONT="Arial"][SIZE="1"] Ten. Short and sweet. But I'm sure I will accidentally say oh-ten a few times. It's a habit. [/SIZE][/FONT]
  12. [FONT="Arial"][SIZE="1"] I enjoy the Good/Evil. And during the holiday months, Naughty/Nice could be substituted, perhaps. [/SIZE][/FONT]
  13. [font="arial"][size="1"] There was a Disney movie, I currently can't remember which, where the evil villianess pulls off her false eyelashes. I always thought that if I tugged on the ends of my realy eyelashes that they would come off in one continuous line. I also thought that rainbows were solid objects. [/size][/font]
  14. [quote name='Korey'][FONT="Franklin Gothic Medium"][SIZE="1"][COLOR="Navy"] I do find it bad from when a date does it on a date. It makes me think that you're more interested in what your texting friends have to say rather than the person who is in front of you/next to you. [/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/QUOTE] [font="arial"][size="1"] This would be one of the few times I'd say texting should be avoided at all costs. Especially if it's a first date senario. Other than that, texting should be embraced rather than regulated, IMHO. [/size][/font]
  15. [font="arial"][size="1"] Texing is a vital part of my life. I text to get in contact with my bosses, groups in my college classes, letting my parents know what I'm doing, and of course, keeping in touch with friends. I don't generally text in class or when I'm clocked in at work (unless it's my boss texting me), but I don't avoid texting at social gatherings. I can get work done and get in contact with classmates about group projects while hanging out with whoever it is that I'm hanging out with. Rude? Maybe. I don't really care. [/size][/font]
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