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#178 - That's a PALM TREE. 10/28/2010 on So Epic It Made Me Cry 3 +1
#238 - You wouldn't have to, it's right next to their comment and the… 10/28/2010 on BOOB TRICK 3.5 Read Desc. 0
#133 - Picture 10/28/2010 on COUPONS +4
#57 - Thank you. 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +2
#3 - They were on different teams, I guess. 10/28/2010 on Don't Play Farmville 0
#8 - Thank you. 10/28/2010 on Forever Shalom -3
#6 - I meant under the logic of this picture, not in the outside wo…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/28/2010 on Forever Shalom -1
#7 - wamboozle (10/28/2010) [-]
okay i gotchu man. here's your thumb back.
User avatar #8 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
Thank you.
#3 - Sweet. 10/28/2010 on halloween! 0
#1 - Dude, mind providing a link to humon's deviantart and website …  [+] (2 new replies) 10/28/2010 on halloween! 0
User avatar #2 - Mith (10/28/2010) [-]
sure thing bud
User avatar #3 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
Sweet.
#53 - Yes, it was nice to talk to you, even if we disagree and you'r… 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +2
#51 - They don't come out unscathed most of the time, but I get your… 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +1
#48 - No, I did, that's exactly what I said with the "right amo…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +2
User avatar #50 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
We come back full circle. :/ I'm not used to reading books written for the general crowd. If you asked me a few years back, I would have placed HP near the top in terms of literary excellence. Now? I won't.

I believe this is the end of our chat. Nice talking to you! :D
User avatar #53 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
Yes, it was nice to talk to you, even if we disagree and you're a bit rusty on HP (how can I expect you to be up to scratch with something you no longer enjoy? lol), it's clear that you appreciate literature and can be civilized, unlike some people on here.

The only thing I generally dislike in all the books is the British/American translator. After the 2nd or 3rd book, they get a new one who sucks and forgets to change "jumper" to "sweater" and change grammar and spelling. That's just unprofessional right there.
#45 - Another thing is that they're not honestly ghosts (the wand bi… 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +1
#44 - That's not a "new" power. Rare, but not new, and not…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +1
User avatar #47 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
Okay I concede on the Time traveling. Completely forgot about them destroying it in the 5th? book.

Some of it is new because it wasn't mentioned until afterwards. I know it's nigh on impossible to mention this beforehand without giving it away, but it gives the feel (don't know a better word for it) of it being "new".

Now, if I were the author, I would rectify this by either making at least one of the characters die or making it so that they didn't count out unscathed everytime.
User avatar #51 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
They don't come out unscathed most of the time, but I get your point. (Shit, Hermione gets TORTURED in the last one and Ron's brother dies - which counts emotionally.)

As for afterwards explanations, well, it is a kid's book, so they have to understand, but afterwards vs. beforehand, well, that's just larger foreshadowing, isn't it?
User avatar #45 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
Another thing is that they're not honestly ghosts (the wand bit, not the Hallows) and that it's not a new power, it's a part of the Priori Incantatem, which can be done between any two wands, though it only goes past a single spell when the two wands are brothers. Not a new power, perfectly recreatable with any pair of wands that share a core.
#38 - That's actually a pretty good analogy. The problem wit…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +2
User avatar #41 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
I don't think you understood what I meant by that. Foreshadowing is great. Just don't foreshadow everything. Put enough into it to make the reader guess, but don't make it so that I can guess the next whole book(s). Don't think this came out right so ask if I didn't explain it right.

That's the problem here. My expectations have grown too much. I rarely am satisfied now by a novel and find myself rereading books I have already read just to quench my thirst for fantasy... which is why I have given up on New York Times Bestseller for the most part.
User avatar #48 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
No, I did, that's exactly what I said with the "right amount." It's a children's book, the "right amount" is going to be completely different than if you're writing a la Jacqueline Carey. What Rowling does instead of cutting down on foreshadowing is she spreads it out so far apart that you're supposed to forget about it by the time it comes around (at least for the larger arches).
User avatar #50 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
We come back full circle. :/ I'm not used to reading books written for the general crowd. If you asked me a few years back, I would have placed HP near the top in terms of literary excellence. Now? I won't.

I believe this is the end of our chat. Nice talking to you! :D
User avatar #53 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
Yes, it was nice to talk to you, even if we disagree and you're a bit rusty on HP (how can I expect you to be up to scratch with something you no longer enjoy? lol), it's clear that you appreciate literature and can be civilized, unlike some people on here.

The only thing I generally dislike in all the books is the British/American translator. After the 2nd or 3rd book, they get a new one who sucks and forgets to change "jumper" to "sweater" and change grammar and spelling. That's just unprofessional right there.
#27 - SWEET 10/28/2010 on beast myths 5 +1
#32 - What new powers? I have no idea what you're talking about. You…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +1
User avatar #37 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
This is what I hate about not being able to put my thoughts into writing...

Okay. Harry has the same powers as everyone else. Right?

Now... He can't be touched by Voldy... that wasn't known in the Wizarding world. New Power.

He survived the killing curse... arguably, love is "old magic" but no one else has ever been affected by it so I still say New Power.
Time Travel. While not tech. a new power, it has never been used before. Like, why couldn't they travel back in time and stop Dumbledore from dieing or whatever?
Ghosts appearing from wand. Never seen before by the wizarding world. New Power.
I don't think I did a good job explaining that...
User avatar #44 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
That's not a "new" power. Rare, but not new, and not something Dumbledore had to guess at. It was ancient magic, and great symbolism. It's part of the same old magic that kept him alive. That's why it's revisited in the 7th book.

It HAS been used before, or Hermione wouldn't have gotten one for her classes all year. (And if it had been used, you wouldn't be able to tell the difference in history.) In the 6th book, they say that the Ministry has control of them all, and they destroyed the Time Turners, which is WHY they can't travel back in time.
User avatar #47 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
Okay I concede on the Time traveling. Completely forgot about them destroying it in the 5th? book.

Some of it is new because it wasn't mentioned until afterwards. I know it's nigh on impossible to mention this beforehand without giving it away, but it gives the feel (don't know a better word for it) of it being "new".

Now, if I were the author, I would rectify this by either making at least one of the characters die or making it so that they didn't count out unscathed everytime.
User avatar #51 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
They don't come out unscathed most of the time, but I get your point. (Shit, Hermione gets TORTURED in the last one and Ron's brother dies - which counts emotionally.)

As for afterwards explanations, well, it is a kid's book, so they have to understand, but afterwards vs. beforehand, well, that's just larger foreshadowing, isn't it?
User avatar #45 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
Another thing is that they're not honestly ghosts (the wand bit, not the Hallows) and that it's not a new power, it's a part of the Priori Incantatem, which can be done between any two wands, though it only goes past a single spell when the two wands are brothers. Not a new power, perfectly recreatable with any pair of wands that share a core.
#31 - It's not new; it was brought up in the fourth book. Anyone wit…  [+] (6 new replies) 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +2
User avatar #34 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
Being able to predict what's to come is exactly what I hate. It means the plot is too simple. I want twists. Keep me on the edge of my seat instead of making me guess most of what is to come.

I hate the cycle as a whole but like a few things in it. Um... let's see if I have an analogy...

Oh... let's say you hate banana bread but you love bananas. You have to have bananas and whatever you use to make bread in order to have the banana bread. You like a "step" of it, but you don't like the whole.

Yeah... analogies aren't my strong point...
User avatar #38 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
That's actually a pretty good analogy.

The problem with not including build up and foreshadowing is that actually IS poor writing. It's just finding the right amount of build up so people, upon rereading, can see that it's there, but during the first time around, will be like OMG WTF. As for the foreshadowing, most kids aren't as good at it. Personally, I feel like you have to take the intended audience into account for these things, sort of like the difference between an essay about global warming for the general public and one for the scientific community.
User avatar #41 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
I don't think you understood what I meant by that. Foreshadowing is great. Just don't foreshadow everything. Put enough into it to make the reader guess, but don't make it so that I can guess the next whole book(s). Don't think this came out right so ask if I didn't explain it right.

That's the problem here. My expectations have grown too much. I rarely am satisfied now by a novel and find myself rereading books I have already read just to quench my thirst for fantasy... which is why I have given up on New York Times Bestseller for the most part.
User avatar #48 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
No, I did, that's exactly what I said with the "right amount." It's a children's book, the "right amount" is going to be completely different than if you're writing a la Jacqueline Carey. What Rowling does instead of cutting down on foreshadowing is she spreads it out so far apart that you're supposed to forget about it by the time it comes around (at least for the larger arches).
User avatar #50 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
We come back full circle. :/ I'm not used to reading books written for the general crowd. If you asked me a few years back, I would have placed HP near the top in terms of literary excellence. Now? I won't.

I believe this is the end of our chat. Nice talking to you! :D
User avatar #53 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
Yes, it was nice to talk to you, even if we disagree and you're a bit rusty on HP (how can I expect you to be up to scratch with something you no longer enjoy? lol), it's clear that you appreciate literature and can be civilized, unlike some people on here.

The only thing I generally dislike in all the books is the British/American translator. After the 2nd or 3rd book, they get a new one who sucks and forgets to change "jumper" to "sweater" and change grammar and spelling. That's just unprofessional right there.
#27 - The hero cycle, IMO, doesn't encompass the Golden Trio, since …  [+] (7 new replies) 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +1
User avatar #29 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
That's what I meant by magic. Harry's new powers defy everything the wizarding world knew at the time and constantly shifted and changed. It was irrational. Now if Harry used the same magic as everyone else, had the same powers, and had to duel his way out of situations, I think that would be much more interesting and "realistic".
User avatar #32 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
What new powers? I have no idea what you're talking about. You obviously DIDN'T mean what I meant when I said magic, because, like I said, I meant what everyone else does. I don't see what Harry has that everyone else DOESN'T, with the exception of seeing into Voldemort's mind, which is a plot device.
User avatar #37 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
This is what I hate about not being able to put my thoughts into writing...

Okay. Harry has the same powers as everyone else. Right?

Now... He can't be touched by Voldy... that wasn't known in the Wizarding world. New Power.

He survived the killing curse... arguably, love is "old magic" but no one else has ever been affected by it so I still say New Power.
Time Travel. While not tech. a new power, it has never been used before. Like, why couldn't they travel back in time and stop Dumbledore from dieing or whatever?
Ghosts appearing from wand. Never seen before by the wizarding world. New Power.
I don't think I did a good job explaining that...
User avatar #44 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
That's not a "new" power. Rare, but not new, and not something Dumbledore had to guess at. It was ancient magic, and great symbolism. It's part of the same old magic that kept him alive. That's why it's revisited in the 7th book.

It HAS been used before, or Hermione wouldn't have gotten one for her classes all year. (And if it had been used, you wouldn't be able to tell the difference in history.) In the 6th book, they say that the Ministry has control of them all, and they destroyed the Time Turners, which is WHY they can't travel back in time.
User avatar #47 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
Okay I concede on the Time traveling. Completely forgot about them destroying it in the 5th? book.

Some of it is new because it wasn't mentioned until afterwards. I know it's nigh on impossible to mention this beforehand without giving it away, but it gives the feel (don't know a better word for it) of it being "new".

Now, if I were the author, I would rectify this by either making at least one of the characters die or making it so that they didn't count out unscathed everytime.
User avatar #51 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
They don't come out unscathed most of the time, but I get your point. (Shit, Hermione gets TORTURED in the last one and Ron's brother dies - which counts emotionally.)

As for afterwards explanations, well, it is a kid's book, so they have to understand, but afterwards vs. beforehand, well, that's just larger foreshadowing, isn't it?
User avatar #45 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
Another thing is that they're not honestly ghosts (the wand bit, not the Hallows) and that it's not a new power, it's a part of the Priori Incantatem, which can be done between any two wands, though it only goes past a single spell when the two wands are brothers. Not a new power, perfectly recreatable with any pair of wands that share a core.
#26 - Vivid imagery isn't a trait of children's books. Also, have yo… 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +1
#24 - Harry actually did die - he just came back to life as well. An…  [+] (8 new replies) 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +2
User avatar #28 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
Die as in gone forever. A new power "saves" him. When I heard he died, I was ready to take back much of what I said... up until I read about his coming back to life.

And that's why I like it. They're on their own and have to live and think for themselves. They have to work to survive... not have some new power to save them each time.
User avatar #31 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
It's not new; it was brought up in the fourth book. Anyone with a good head for foreshadowing should have been able to predict Horcruxes and that as well.

And I'm wondering why you complain about the Hero Cycle in general, yet glorify this particular step.
User avatar #34 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
Being able to predict what's to come is exactly what I hate. It means the plot is too simple. I want twists. Keep me on the edge of my seat instead of making me guess most of what is to come.

I hate the cycle as a whole but like a few things in it. Um... let's see if I have an analogy...

Oh... let's say you hate banana bread but you love bananas. You have to have bananas and whatever you use to make bread in order to have the banana bread. You like a "step" of it, but you don't like the whole.

Yeah... analogies aren't my strong point...
User avatar #38 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
That's actually a pretty good analogy.

The problem with not including build up and foreshadowing is that actually IS poor writing. It's just finding the right amount of build up so people, upon rereading, can see that it's there, but during the first time around, will be like OMG WTF. As for the foreshadowing, most kids aren't as good at it. Personally, I feel like you have to take the intended audience into account for these things, sort of like the difference between an essay about global warming for the general public and one for the scientific community.
User avatar #41 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
I don't think you understood what I meant by that. Foreshadowing is great. Just don't foreshadow everything. Put enough into it to make the reader guess, but don't make it so that I can guess the next whole book(s). Don't think this came out right so ask if I didn't explain it right.

That's the problem here. My expectations have grown too much. I rarely am satisfied now by a novel and find myself rereading books I have already read just to quench my thirst for fantasy... which is why I have given up on New York Times Bestseller for the most part.
User avatar #48 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
No, I did, that's exactly what I said with the "right amount." It's a children's book, the "right amount" is going to be completely different than if you're writing a la Jacqueline Carey. What Rowling does instead of cutting down on foreshadowing is she spreads it out so far apart that you're supposed to forget about it by the time it comes around (at least for the larger arches).
User avatar #50 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
We come back full circle. :/ I'm not used to reading books written for the general crowd. If you asked me a few years back, I would have placed HP near the top in terms of literary excellence. Now? I won't.

I believe this is the end of our chat. Nice talking to you! :D
User avatar #53 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
Yes, it was nice to talk to you, even if we disagree and you're a bit rusty on HP (how can I expect you to be up to scratch with something you no longer enjoy? lol), it's clear that you appreciate literature and can be civilized, unlike some people on here.

The only thing I generally dislike in all the books is the British/American translator. After the 2nd or 3rd book, they get a new one who sucks and forgets to change "jumper" to "sweater" and change grammar and spelling. That's just unprofessional right there.
#23 - 1. Actually, he WAS helped. By his friends. One of HP's motifs… 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +2
#20 - That's not me and I didn't thumb you down. Please pay more att… 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +2
#19 - Another point you may have overlooked is that it's a children'… 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +2
#18 - I, for one, AM an avid reader, but it also depends on what you…  [+] (9 new replies) 10/28/2010 on Win? I think so. +2
User avatar #22 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
The Hero Cycle is different but the same. The concept is the same but now encompasses three characters. Same thing.

The magic is different. In the book, I recall that dumbeldore didn't know what they were and had to make educated guesses. It's never happened before in their world so, yes, it is a new power.

The emotional subplots... like I said before, the characters do have depth to them. That's something I can't disagree on.

Other than that and the originality, I can't say anything good about the book.
User avatar #27 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
The hero cycle, IMO, doesn't encompass the Golden Trio, since most of the steps don't apply to Ron and Hermione.

I don't know what you're talking about with the magic, when I said magic, I meant the same magic that everyone in the Wizarding world (with the exception of Squibs and non-humans) have.
User avatar #29 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
That's what I meant by magic. Harry's new powers defy everything the wizarding world knew at the time and constantly shifted and changed. It was irrational. Now if Harry used the same magic as everyone else, had the same powers, and had to duel his way out of situations, I think that would be much more interesting and "realistic".
User avatar #32 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
What new powers? I have no idea what you're talking about. You obviously DIDN'T mean what I meant when I said magic, because, like I said, I meant what everyone else does. I don't see what Harry has that everyone else DOESN'T, with the exception of seeing into Voldemort's mind, which is a plot device.
User avatar #37 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
This is what I hate about not being able to put my thoughts into writing...

Okay. Harry has the same powers as everyone else. Right?

Now... He can't be touched by Voldy... that wasn't known in the Wizarding world. New Power.

He survived the killing curse... arguably, love is "old magic" but no one else has ever been affected by it so I still say New Power.
Time Travel. While not tech. a new power, it has never been used before. Like, why couldn't they travel back in time and stop Dumbledore from dieing or whatever?
Ghosts appearing from wand. Never seen before by the wizarding world. New Power.
I don't think I did a good job explaining that...
User avatar #44 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
That's not a "new" power. Rare, but not new, and not something Dumbledore had to guess at. It was ancient magic, and great symbolism. It's part of the same old magic that kept him alive. That's why it's revisited in the 7th book.

It HAS been used before, or Hermione wouldn't have gotten one for her classes all year. (And if it had been used, you wouldn't be able to tell the difference in history.) In the 6th book, they say that the Ministry has control of them all, and they destroyed the Time Turners, which is WHY they can't travel back in time.
User avatar #47 - thephantur (10/28/2010) [-]
Okay I concede on the Time traveling. Completely forgot about them destroying it in the 5th? book.

Some of it is new because it wasn't mentioned until afterwards. I know it's nigh on impossible to mention this beforehand without giving it away, but it gives the feel (don't know a better word for it) of it being "new".

Now, if I were the author, I would rectify this by either making at least one of the characters die or making it so that they didn't count out unscathed everytime.
User avatar #51 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
They don't come out unscathed most of the time, but I get your point. (Shit, Hermione gets TORTURED in the last one and Ron's brother dies - which counts emotionally.)

As for afterwards explanations, well, it is a kid's book, so they have to understand, but afterwards vs. beforehand, well, that's just larger foreshadowing, isn't it?
User avatar #45 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
Another thing is that they're not honestly ghosts (the wand bit, not the Hallows) and that it's not a new power, it's a part of the Priori Incantatem, which can be done between any two wands, though it only goes past a single spell when the two wands are brothers. Not a new power, perfectly recreatable with any pair of wands that share a core.

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User avatar #72 - raibean (11/05/2010) [-]
**raibean rolls 8** 0 - Work on song draft
1 - Take a shower
2 - Do two pages of paper
3 - Write two pages of story
4 - Star reading Clockwork Angel
5 - Recruit people for feedback
6 - Organize seat
7 - Knit six inches of the Gryffindor scarf
8 - Get sources for research paper
9 - Edit a chapter of story
User avatar #75 to #72 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/07/2010) [-]
no schlick? i am dissapoint
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User avatar #74 to #73 - raibean (11/07/2010) [-]
I just use "fap" for girls.
User avatar #76 to #74 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/07/2010) [-]
still dissapoint
User avatar #77 to #76 - raibean (11/07/2010) [-]
I think it was like 8pm or something.
User avatar #78 to #77 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/07/2010) [-]
perfect time for self exploration. haha
User avatar #79 to #78 - raibean (11/07/2010) [-]
Perfect time to act like you're going to get **** done.
User avatar #80 to #79 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/07/2010) [-]
to that, i say meh.
User avatar #70 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/05/2010) [-]
nutty professor 2. never seen it before. but im lovin it. haha
User avatar #71 to #70 - raibean (11/05/2010) [-]
I haven't seen it either, just heard about it. I think was like 8 or 12 or something when that **** happened. I'm watching American Dad now.
User avatar #59 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/02/2010) [-]
-poke face-
User avatar #60 to #59 - raibean (11/02/2010) [-]
Your face or my face?
User avatar #61 to #60 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/02/2010) [-]
both. at the same time.
User avatar #62 to #61 - raibean (11/02/2010) [-]
... With what?
User avatar #63 to #62 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/02/2010) [-]
a motorcycle
User avatar #64 to #63 - raibean (11/02/2010) [-]
Is my hand on the gas? Because I don't have my license.
User avatar #65 to #64 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/02/2010) [-]
nah, the choke
User avatar #66 to #65 - raibean (11/02/2010) [-]
I guess that's okay? I really don't know **** about motorcycles. o_o'
User avatar #68 to #66 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/02/2010) [-]
neither do i
User avatar #67 to #66 - raibean (11/02/2010) [-]
^conversation killer
User avatar #69 to #67 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/02/2010) [-]
converstation killed. bye
User avatar #50 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/02/2010) [-]
at home all alone D:
User avatar #51 to #50 - raibean (11/02/2010) [-]
OH NOES


watch Rocky Horror if you have Netflix! :D "Buy an umbrella, you cheap slut!"
User avatar #52 to #51 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/02/2010) [-]
watched rockey horror once. i stopped after the guy was running round in lingerie chasing the blonde guy
User avatar #53 to #52 - raibean (11/02/2010) [-]
Were you watching it properly or at home? Because one is sex and the other is masturbation.
User avatar #55 to #53 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/02/2010) [-]
rockey horror picture show. the guy in drag?
User avatar #54 to #53 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/02/2010) [-]
what? i dont know whats going on now... lol
User avatar #56 to #54 - raibean (11/02/2010) [-]
You have to go to a theater where it's being played. There is generally some nudity; they give you props to throw at the screen, and people yell out lines. AND YOU DANCE THE TIME WARP
User avatar #57 to #56 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (11/02/2010) [-]
...................................WAT
User avatar #58 to #57 - raibean (11/02/2010) [-]
And that's why the only reason you watch Rocky Horror at home is to practice your timing to the lines you yell out.

"There's a liiiight.... Over at the Frankenstein place. There's a liiiiiiiiiiight"
"Where's Santa Claus?"
"Burning in the fire place..."
User avatar #37 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/31/2010) [-]
ohai. is it still halloween in mordor?
User avatar #38 to #37 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
Yes, yes it is. happy Halloween.
User avatar #39 to #38 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/31/2010) [-]
haha. halloween was yesterday for us in kangaroo land
User avatar #40 to #39 - raibean (10/31/2010) [-]
You're Australian? Beastin'. Mordor happens to be in the Midwest (America), so it's not even 9 PM.
User avatar #41 to #40 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/31/2010) [-]
1250 in the afternoon here
User avatar #42 to #41 - 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.
User avatar #44 to #42 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (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.
User avatar #43 to #42 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/31/2010) [-]
who the **** told you we have poisonous worms? any worm is poisonous if you eat them.
User avatar #46 to #45 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/31/2010) [-]
that worm is ******** . its rarer then a sober irishman. ive never even seen one
User avatar #47 to #46 - 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.
User avatar #48 to #47 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (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
User avatar #49 to #48 - 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.
User avatar #11 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/24/2010) [-]
rather entertaining convo on that pic. lol
User avatar #12 to #11 - raibean (10/24/2010) [-]
That was hilarious. I remember once having a conversation about which letters of the alphabet were ******* each other.
User avatar #13 to #12 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/25/2010) [-]
i have heard a rumor that b is pregnant with f's baby. but thats just rumor.
User avatar #14 to #13 - raibean (10/25/2010) [-]
What? But F got herpes from V! Why anyone wants a hooker that's half a coat hanger, I'll never know. At least they could have a threesome and an abortion at the same time.
User avatar #15 to #14 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/25/2010) [-]
true, true. but i think b will want to keep it. you know how emotional she can get
User avatar #16 to #15 - raibean (10/25/2010) [-]
How she ever found Christ between those GINORMOUS breasts of hers, I'll never know. Though T's been really up on it, he says he and Jesus hung around a lot back in the day.
User avatar #17 to #16 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/25/2010) [-]
back in the day? hes younger then w! ugh.
but i think b is trying to just get more attention. she hasnt had an "asthma attack" in a while
User avatar #18 to #17 - raibean (10/25/2010) [-]
I thought it was the drugs. She's such a hypochondriac, too. Girl needs to smoke some weed and chill the **** out. But did you hear about R? She got a boob job or something.
User avatar #19 to #18 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/25/2010) [-]
she did? bloody hell. her and her insicurities. she was fine! tiny boobs are good. well what size are they now?
User avatar #20 to #19 - raibean (10/25/2010) [-]
I think they're double-D's. Speaking of which, D's really let herself go since she married 6. 6 is suck a drunk.
User avatar #21 to #20 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/26/2010) [-]
yeah. i could see that coming a mile away. hes no good for her. im not saying she should go back to L. but hey, what do i know?
User avatar #22 to #21 - raibean (10/26/2010) [-]
L is a prick and is almost as bad a D. I mean, the only difference is that L has a job. And D keeps acting like people are so adverse to it because 6 is a NUMBER. We get it, D, you're NOT SYMBOLIST. But that doesn't mean the rest of us are. Of course it has NOTHING to do with the fact that you date abusive assholes. I'm just so done with her. Her daughter C is almost as bad - she takes in more dick than air.
User avatar #23 to #22 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/26/2010) [-]
hey, i like c. although its for that exact reason >_>; lol jk

if you ask me. i think u and i should get together. hahaha :P
User avatar #24 to #23 - raibean (10/26/2010) [-]
I thought U and P were going to star in that balloon movie?
User avatar #25 to #24 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/26/2010) [-]
they did. but it was only for the money. you could cut the tension between them with a knife during shooting
User avatar #26 to #25 - raibean (10/26/2010) [-]
I heard towards the end, though, they got a good forking in. Then again, I heard it from E and he likes to stir up trouble.
User avatar #27 to #26 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/26/2010) [-]
E? nah, not true. unless you mean that U came at P with a fork. i wouldnt put it past them.
User avatar #28 to #27 - raibean (10/26/2010) [-]
E also said that N and M were doing pornos for the internet. Wincest, much? I'm still not sure if I want to look it up or not.
User avatar #29 to #28 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/27/2010) [-]
you do, trust me
>_>
<_<
almost as hot as that one of W and K in the shower
User avatar #36 to #29 - raibean (10/29/2010) [-]
Dude, more views. They wanna go big for this one.
User avatar #34 to #29 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
I wonder if I can do some video editing, man. Make a little promo, maybe?
User avatar #35 to #34 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/29/2010) [-]
promo for a porno
wat
User avatar #32 to #29 - raibean (10/28/2010) [-]
(It won't let me reply to your last comment!)

Yeah, I hear X is shooting it. Lucky bastard.
User avatar #33 to #32 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/28/2010) [-]
wondder if i can get in on it
>_>
<_<
:D
User avatar #30 to #29 - raibean (10/27/2010) [-]
Dude, that one was sooo good. I hear they're making another one, but this time on a trampoline.
User avatar #31 to #30 - blueboysixnine ONLINE (10/28/2010) [-]
on a trampoline? haha. sweet. let me know when they do
User avatar #1 - PedoSaur (04/16/2010) [-]
HAHA
I have taken your profile comment virginity
User avatar #6 to #1 - uberhans (10/17/2010) [-]
sloppy seconds? aww..
User avatar #7 to #6 - raibean (10/17/2010) [-]
Been too long for that. :O
User avatar #8 to #7 - uberhans (10/17/2010) [-]
damn, you're right! That's ok.. it's still an achievement!
User avatar #9 to #8 - raibean (10/17/2010) [-]
Silver medal!
User avatar #10 to #9 - uberhans (10/17/2010) [-]
SHAZAM!!! WOOOOO!!!
User avatar #2 to #1 - raibean (04/16/2010) [-]
NOOOOOOOOOOOO I WAS SAVING THAT FOR MARRIAGE
User avatar #3 to #2 - PedoSaur (04/16/2010) [-]
HAHA
YOU'RE NOTHING BUT A SLUT NOW
User avatar #4 to #3 - raibean (04/16/2010) [-]
I said, "Como estas?" on Omegle and they asked me if I was from spanish.
User avatar #5 to #4 - PedoSaur (04/16/2010) [-]
LOL
I want to be from Spanish
I think some people shouldn't be allowed to use the internet.
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