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#47 - I've never seen a mountain lion, but they're all over Cali. D:…  [+] (2 replies) 10/31/2010 on raibean's profile 0
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#48 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
ive never even seen a blue worm on tv, or internet (apart from now) or otherwise. its pretty safe here unless youre swimming in the ocean up north in summer, or walking around long grass all day
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#49 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
The idea is very scary. Like many city dwellers, I like animals in the zoo or living in the wild where I don't have to deal with them.
#45 - http://www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/1006899/Damn+australi…  [+] (4 replies) 10/31/2010 on raibean's profile 0
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#46 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
that worm is bullshit. its rarer then a sober irishman. ive never even seen one
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#47 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
I've never seen a mountain lion, but they're all over Cali. D: I was trying to make a joke, but I guess it came off as me projecting a small facet onto an entire population. Sorry.
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#48 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
ive never even seen a blue worm on tv, or internet (apart from now) or otherwise. its pretty safe here unless youre swimming in the ocean up north in summer, or walking around long grass all day
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#49 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
The idea is very scary. Like many city dwellers, I like animals in the zoo or living in the wild where I don't have to deal with them.
#19 - I can see that in Spanish speaking countries; but why would it…  [+] (1 reply) 10/31/2010 on Halloween facts 0
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#20 - Backslash (10/31/2010) [-]
Does it really matter anyways? It's a holiday, I'm an atheist, I can celebrate whatever the hell I want, wherever the hell I want. (Although I might get executed some places for such.) I can celebrate Christmas on April 8th and it doesn't really matter. It's tradition.
#42 - It's weird to think you're 16 hours ahead instead of 8 hours b…  [+] (7 replies) 10/31/2010 on raibean's profile 0
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#44 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
in my 20 years living in a somewhat country town, the only thing ive been bitten by was my 2 year old cousin.
and my bird, but those are love gashes.
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#43 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
who the fuck told you we have poisonous worms? any worm is poisonous if you eat them.
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#46 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
that worm is bullshit. its rarer then a sober irishman. ive never even seen one
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#47 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
I've never seen a mountain lion, but they're all over Cali. D: I was trying to make a joke, but I guess it came off as me projecting a small facet onto an entire population. Sorry.
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#48 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
ive never even seen a blue worm on tv, or internet (apart from now) or otherwise. its pretty safe here unless youre swimming in the ocean up north in summer, or walking around long grass all day
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#49 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
The idea is very scary. Like many city dwellers, I like animals in the zoo or living in the wild where I don't have to deal with them.
#40 - You're Australian? Beastin'. Mordor happens to be in the Midwe…  [+] (9 replies) 10/31/2010 on raibean's profile 0
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#41 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
1250 in the afternoon here
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#42 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
It's weird to think you're 16 hours ahead instead of 8 hours behind. The world is huge. I'm with China on this one; eradicate time zones and have the whole world on the same clock.

I almost moved to Australia to avoid the winter here, but then I realized that even the worms are poisonous and I almost pissed my pants, so I decided to tough it out.
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#44 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
in my 20 years living in a somewhat country town, the only thing ive been bitten by was my 2 year old cousin.
and my bird, but those are love gashes.
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#43 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
who the fuck told you we have poisonous worms? any worm is poisonous if you eat them.
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#46 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
that worm is bullshit. its rarer then a sober irishman. ive never even seen one
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#47 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
I've never seen a mountain lion, but they're all over Cali. D: I was trying to make a joke, but I guess it came off as me projecting a small facet onto an entire population. Sorry.
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#48 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
ive never even seen a blue worm on tv, or internet (apart from now) or otherwise. its pretty safe here unless youre swimming in the ocean up north in summer, or walking around long grass all day
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#49 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
The idea is very scary. Like many city dwellers, I like animals in the zoo or living in the wild where I don't have to deal with them.
#38 - Yes, yes it is. happy Halloween.  [+] (11 replies) 10/31/2010 on raibean's profile 0
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#39 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
haha. halloween was yesterday for us in kangaroo land
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#40 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
You're Australian? Beastin'. Mordor happens to be in the Midwest (America), so it's not even 9 PM.
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#41 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
1250 in the afternoon here
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#42 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
It's weird to think you're 16 hours ahead instead of 8 hours behind. The world is huge. I'm with China on this one; eradicate time zones and have the whole world on the same clock.

I almost moved to Australia to avoid the winter here, but then I realized that even the worms are poisonous and I almost pissed my pants, so I decided to tough it out.
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#44 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
in my 20 years living in a somewhat country town, the only thing ive been bitten by was my 2 year old cousin.
and my bird, but those are love gashes.
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#43 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
who the fuck told you we have poisonous worms? any worm is poisonous if you eat them.
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#46 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
that worm is bullshit. its rarer then a sober irishman. ive never even seen one
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#47 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
I've never seen a mountain lion, but they're all over Cali. D: I was trying to make a joke, but I guess it came off as me projecting a small facet onto an entire population. Sorry.
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#48 - blueboysixnine (10/31/2010) [-]
ive never even seen a blue worm on tv, or internet (apart from now) or otherwise. its pretty safe here unless youre swimming in the ocean up north in summer, or walking around long grass all day
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#49 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
The idea is very scary. Like many city dwellers, I like animals in the zoo or living in the wild where I don't have to deal with them.
#17 - No, it's Catholic. Just because non-Catholics celebrate it doe…  [+] (3 replies) 10/31/2010 on Halloween facts 0
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#18 - Backslash (10/31/2010) [-]
No, it isn't PERMANENTLY a Catholic occasion. Just because it's secular doesn't mean it's still Catholic, it just mean it has the ROOTS in it.
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#19 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
I can see that in Spanish speaking countries; but why would it be in Europe, then? When I say Catholic, I mean UNIVERSALLY Catholic. The date itself is probably Catholic, but the local traditions will definitely have pagan roots like every other Catholic holiday.
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#20 - Backslash (10/31/2010) [-]
Does it really matter anyways? It's a holiday, I'm an atheist, I can celebrate whatever the hell I want, wherever the hell I want. (Although I might get executed some places for such.) I can celebrate Christmas on April 8th and it doesn't really matter. It's tradition.