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Cherry_Moon Posted: Sat Apr 15 10:13:04 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  What are everybodies vices?


 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Sat Apr 15 12:50:29 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  hmm i'll start then....
my vices are:

sex
cutting
staring at people
spending too much money
not reaching out to friends as much as i could


 
addi Posted: Sat Apr 15 14:19:07 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Cherry_Moon said:
>hmm i'll start then....
>my vices are:
>
>sex

not sure that counts as a vice, cherry....unless it's with sheep

>cutting

you know my thoughts about this : (

>staring at people

I guess that could be a vice. If you're just observing interesting things people do then I'm guilty too. I love people watching.

>spending too much money

me too...money I don't have either.

>not reaching out to friends as much as i could

i like to reach out to friends and touch them....so I guess that would be a vice for me : )


 
libra Posted: Sat Apr 15 14:25:47 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  my vices?

love
complete inability to start conversations with people
self-consciousness
chocolate/sweets
lack of confidence


 
Mesh Posted: Sat Apr 15 16:29:31 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo India November Golf Whiskey Hotel Oscar Romeo Echo Sierra


 
beetlebum Posted: Sat Apr 15 16:54:08 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Mr. Misses said:
>Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo India November Golf Whiskey Hotel Oscar Romeo Echo Sierra

why would you say that? :(


 
Posted: Sat Apr 15 18:58:56 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  procrastination
coffee
spending too much on clothes
coffee
a commitment towards argument (I'm sadly getting over this one)
coffee
coffee
black tar heroin.


 
Mesh Posted: Sat Apr 15 19:03:22 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  beetlebum said:
>
>why would you say that? :(



I've no idea.





Vices:


-arghileh. Though it's not something I do very often.
-Schadenfreude
-daydreaming
-other things I'm sure.


 
Mesh Posted: Sat Apr 15 19:15:29 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Mr. Misses said:
>.
>-Schadenfreude


http://www.holgerbogen.de/cartoons/schadenfreude.jpg

Awww haha, yeah.


 
choke Posted: Sat Apr 15 21:08:22 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Not forming my thoughts into coherent sentences before they come out of my mouth

Buying things I don't like from nice salespeople

Horrific giggling fits that no amount of sad thoughts or biting my fingers can control

Drinking

Other erm, mind altering substances

Enjoying the same humour as my 11 year old brother

Crying when other people cry

Falling in obsession with people for short amounts of time

Being far too honest


 
Mesh Posted: Sat Apr 15 21:25:04 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Here's one, not a vice, but it's not something I'd openly admit to, say, a motorcylce club.


In the early morning, when all of the channels are all still either off air, showing infomercials, religous programming, or stupid talk shows, I watch childrens programming.

Lazytown, Mr. Rogers Neighbourhood, Sesame Street, Plaza Sésamo, The Magic School Bus, Reading Rainbow, things like that. Good shows. Beats watching "JESUS JESUS JESUS CHURCH BIBLE JESUS HALLELUJAH AMEN!".


 
maybeitwillwork Posted: Sat Apr 15 21:51:55 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  lets start by saying
coffee
more coffee
teas
the money i can't stop my slef from spending on the above
chocolate
sleeping in past 12


 
libra Posted: Sat Apr 15 21:57:01 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Mr. Misses said:
>Here's one, not a vice, but it's not something I'd openly admit to, say, a motorcylce club.
>
>
>In the early morning, when all of the channels are all still either off air, showing infomercials, religous programming, or stupid talk shows, I watch childrens programming.
>

Hehe, I do that too!


 
addi Posted: Sat Apr 15 22:09:00 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  choke said:

>Horrific giggling fits that no amount of sad thoughts or biting my fingers can control

that's not a vice...it's healthy for you. I love to laugh till i'm in tears and my stomach hurts. I don't do it often enough these days. Embrace your giggling fits, choke : )


 
choke Posted: Sat Apr 15 23:11:20 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi said:
>choke said:
>
>>Horrific giggling fits that no amount of sad thoughts or biting my fingers can control
>
>that's not a vice...it's healthy for you. I love to laugh till i'm in tears and my stomach hurts. I don't do it often enough these days. Embrace your giggling fits, choke : )

Um. I got into one at the Passover dinner at my friends house while they were reading the Hebrew. I'm going to keep it a vice, because of the inappropriate moments it always seems to crop up in the middle of :P

*NOTE: The giggling was not about the Hebrew. I love Jews.


 
sweet p Posted: Sat Apr 15 23:41:45 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I talk to strangers everywhere.

Tardiness - I have been quite good at controling this lately, but since it has been a problem for a long time before this year, I think it might still count.

Procrastination is my second last name.

Teh interweb. [I think it might be at the root of all of my problems but I love it so!]




 
misszero Posted: Sun Apr 16 05:24:36 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Mr. Misses said:

>-Schadenfreude

heh, me too.

i used to be really shy about starting conversations. now i can do it. its alright. I find the best opener, though, is "hey! i had a crush on you in high school!" (this works.)

*cigarettes,
*liquor,
*pot,
*biting my nails,
*smoking out my window at nighttime while i'm listening to records
*having an inner narrative vs. an inner monologue
*old furniture and vintage clothes.
*secretly loving the so called 'bohemian-ness' of my room. its so wanky, but i was so stoked when it was described like that....*sigh*


 
FN Posted: Sun Apr 16 06:59:27 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi said:
>Cherry_Moon said:
>>cutting
>
>you know my thoughts about this : (

Wanna know mine?


 
addi Posted: Sun Apr 16 08:37:56 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Sweet P said:
>I talk to strangers everywhere.


haha! So do I Sweet. The other day a woman got in the elevator with me at work and I just started talking to her like we were old friends.


>Procrastination is my second last name.

still a problem for me and almost did me in back in my school days.

>Teh interweb. [I think it might be at the root of all of my problems but I love it so!]

definately one of my vices. It's caused many an argument at home for the time I spent on it.


I think women are one of my biggest vices. I just love the whole concept of there being two sexes : ) They always seem to lead me into trouble.

Curse you plinkers!
Bless you plinkers!


 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Sun Apr 16 09:18:34 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christophe said:
>addi said:
>>Cherry_Moon said:
>>>cutting
>>
>>you know my thoughts about this : (
>
>Wanna know mine?

How about....... no

i really have no use for your opinion on me since your opinions are bassackward


 
FN Posted: Sun Apr 16 10:15:56 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Cherry_Moon said:
>your opinions are bassackward

Said cutting girl


 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Sun Apr 16 10:33:32 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christophe said:
>Cherry_Moon said:
>>your opinions are bassackward
>
>Said cutting girl

hmm there are opinions then there are overwhelming feelings of depression, anxiety, anguish, and despair.

there's a differencem, abruti

êtes-vous vraiment ceci retardé?
vous n'avez aucun jugement au-dessus de moi raciste...


 
FN Posted: Sun Apr 16 11:29:25 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  écoute-moi, ma chère planche à découper, je juge qui je veux, quand je veux. Et je juge toi.

Also, anxiety and despair, it's called puberty, child. Get your act together instead of being an attention whore.


 
DanSRose Posted: Sun Apr 16 14:18:40 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  This:
>ma chère planche à découper
Babel-fishes to this:
>my dear board to be cut out

That makes me laugh, mainly because I can't speak French so I don't know what you are trying to say.



You know what? Some people are wrong on this subject, because of a variety of reasons, and other people are trying to fight It, on the principle of what It is.

Someone should put "Vanity" on their list, but won't because of said vanity.


Until you have an anxiety attack that demands something reckless as a reaction in the presense of people you love and love you because of *shrug*, stop with the commenting (which is a much more pleasant comment after editing).


 
FN Posted: Sun Apr 16 15:20:10 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  DanSRose said:
>This:
>>ma chère planche à découper
>Babel-fishes to this:
>>my dear board to be cut out
>
>That makes me laugh, mainly because I can't speak French so I don't know what you are trying to say.

Cutting plank

>Someone should put "Vanity" on their list, but won't because of said vanity.

Really, who?

>Until you have an anxiety attack that demands something reckless as a reaction in the presense of people you love and love you because of *shrug*, stop with the commenting (which is a much more pleasant comment after editing).

Spoken like a true automutilator, no doubt.


 
Ed Posted: Sun Apr 16 15:32:38 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christophe said:
>Also, anxiety and despair, it's called puberty, child. Get your act together instead of being an attention whore.

Said racist boy


 
FN Posted: Sun Apr 16 15:35:50 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Ed said:
>Said racist boy

Well, if you want to get involved in this.


I don't expect you to grasp any complexities or nuances.


 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Sun Apr 16 15:43:32 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christophe said:
>Ed said:
>>Said racist boy
>
>Well, if you want to get involved in this.

why wouldn't he. it's called being a good boy friend fucker.

>I don't expect you to grasp any complexities or nuances.

you know nothing of Puck. don't even start chris. fuck off


 
Ed Posted: Sun Apr 16 15:51:15 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christophe said:
>Well, if you want to get involved in this.

Feh. Bring it, biznatch.

>I don't expect you to grasp any complexities or nuances.

Well, I hope YOU understand, 'eat shit and die,' because I don't want to have to try to help you do it or figure it out.


 
Ahriman Posted: Sun Apr 16 16:11:02 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Duality
-Hate Violence but love it
-Hate religion but encourage it
-Work out, eat wrong
-Feel pain, don't treat it
-Love all, hate all
-yadda yadda yadda

Caring when I shouldn't



 
DanSRose Posted: Sun Apr 16 16:16:01 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  No, the only scars on me are from tragic mountain biking accidents, when wood gnomes (also large desert scorpians) quickly ran out and put rocks right in front of me.
"It was fun, flying like that, until I landed. That's why I'm bleeding like this." -Dan, June 21, 2000.

I do however take walks. Long walks. Unhealthily long walks. Unhealthily long walks that are only done when my legs are pumping acid and I'm about to fall over but I can't because I have to walk home.

I stand with my original position of "Unless you know what the crap you're about by actually experiencing or researching or doing anything more than giving armchair criticism, let your mouth stay sealed."

Also, when did Christophe become a racist? The vanity thing is apparent, but I think I missed something.



Vices
Panic attacks
Said walks
The Telephone, and using it.
Not going to the gym often enough (though the rowing machine is teh awesomo)
Not talking to the Good people often enough.
Either buying too many batteries at once or running out and not getting them
Pizza (stupid Passover)
Worrying too much
Starting stories but not finishing them


 
DanSRose Posted: Sun Apr 16 16:17:31 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  *(...scorpions...)

**#3- The Telephone and NOT using it


 
sweet p Posted: Sun Apr 16 16:25:10 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  DanSRose said:
(though the rowing machine is teh awesomo)

agreed!



 
FN Posted: Sun Apr 16 17:28:01 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Ed said:
>Feh. Bring it, biznatch.

Haha

Yeah, threats over the internet from the other side of the world.

Way to go, tough guy.

>Well, I hope YOU understand, 'eat shit and die,'

I wouldn't laugh too hard about that; chances are that before this life is over you and miss tetanus shot might be taking something worse than shit in the mouth to be able to pay the parking fee for the trailer.


 
FN Posted: Sun Apr 16 17:35:54 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  DanSRose said:
>I stand with my original position of "Unless you know what the crap you're about by actually experiencing or researching or doing anything more than giving armchair criticism, let your mouth stay sealed."

I know people who've been through a lot, I've had my share of stuff to deal with as well, and I've known more than a few "cutters", some of my family is active on a professional level in dealing with people with issues, and I've read quite a lot about it just out of my personal interest for stuff like that.

Long story short: I'm not a psychologist, but I know more about it than the average Joe, I'm guessing, and I still stand by what I said; i.e.: don't be an attention whore and get your act together instead of making an ass out of yourself and digging the pit a little deeper.

>Also, when did Christophe become a racist? The vanity thing is apparent, but I think I missed something.

I never denied being a cultural racist. But I don't mind cherry and the likes going rainbow colours on me.

I can only smile when I hear stuff like that and observe that kind of reasoning. Quite like a child smiles at an ant that can't lift a grain of sand.


 
Ed Posted: Sun Apr 16 19:07:04 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christophe said:
>Ed said:
>>Feh. Bring it, biznatch.
>Yeah, threats over the internet from the other side of the world.
>Way to go, tough guy.

Where's this threat? No threat was made, retard.

>I wouldn't laugh too hard about that; chances are that before this life is over you and miss tetanus shot might be taking something worse than shit in the mouth to be able to pay the parking fee for the trailer.

Ooo, ouch. Nice move there, sticking with trailer-related insults.


 
FN Posted: Sun Apr 16 19:29:46 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Ed said:
>Where's this threat? No threat was made, retard.

I feel easily threatened by people like you.

I might be wrong, but I think it's called agateophobia.

>Ooo, ouch. Nice move there, sticking with trailer-related insults.

I say: if it isn't broken, don't fix it.


 
jennemmer Posted: Sun Apr 16 20:12:49 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Maybe I don't have the right as I haven't been posting much recently but:

Can we just quit with all of the quabbling? It has been made quite clear that certain people here aren't very fond of certain others. That point made I don't feel that the rest of us should have to put up with this constantly. Move it to MSN or something, I don't know. Figure it out.

(I come here to avoid the annoyances and frustrations in my life not to put up with more of them)

Respectfully,
Jenn


 
Ed Posted: Sun Apr 16 20:16:37 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Sorry, Jen. I'm done.


 
jennemmer Posted: Sun Apr 16 20:18:24 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Thanks, Ed.

(and it should be squabbling not quabbling... note to self: proof read posts :S )


 
jennemmer Posted: Sun Apr 16 20:33:54 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Vices:

forgetting to eat meals because I'm busy
bound paper - books, journals, and in fact stationery in general
ice cream
internet
shyness
over active imagination for worst case scenerios


 
addi Posted: Sun Apr 16 21:13:29 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  jennemmer said:
>Maybe I don't have the right as I haven't been posting much recently but:
>
>Can we just quit with all of the quabbling? It has been made quite clear that certain people here aren't very fond of certain others. That point made I don't feel that the rest of us should have to put up with this constantly.
>Respectfully,
>Jenn



Thanks, Jenn. You have the right
: )

I like that we have agreements here, and that we have disagreements (see past Addi/hif posts). Both are important. What I don't think serves any useful purpose though is when those disagreements turn into repetitive flaming personal attacks. It's just kinda.....dumb.

Only a fool would believe that with all the varying cultural backgrounds, values and age differences here that we should all love each other. I'm not calling for that....I don't like everyone here (those Canadian posters really chap my hide sometimes). But I do think it's possible to disagree with someone, or dislike their opinion or lifestyle without taking the offensive and belittling them. I say make your point as politely as possible, and then do your best to not respond to that person after that. It ain't always easy when somebody posts something that really irks you, but with a bit of maturity and self-discipline it can be done...and GT is a better place for all of us when posters try to do that.


 
novemberrain Posted: Sun Apr 16 21:13:52 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  vices:

junk food
reading
expensive writing impliments (I love good pens/pencils/markers etc)


there are more, but that is all my tired, feeling unwell brain can think of at the moment.


 
addi Posted: Sun Apr 16 21:16:17 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  novemberrain said:

>expensive writing impliments (I love good pens/pencils/markers etc)


that's just crazy talk!

you forgot to add "snakes"

: )


 
Mesh Posted: Sun Apr 16 23:04:01 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi said:
>
>I don't like everyone here (Mesh is really smelly and looks like an 80 year orangutan).



I can take a hint :(


 
Mouse Posted: Sun Apr 16 23:22:52 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Hmm, I'm so fond of most of my 'typical' vices that I don't think I'll list them. I'll stick the ones that are actually bad for me.
I am a professional procastinator, it's really, really bad.
I get myself so worked up with stress that I can't do anything to soothe myself, to the point that I throw up from stress and can barely move.
Lack of courage.
Self-loathing.
Refusing to be angry with people I ought to let myself be angry with, and getting angry with people I love over nothing.
Judging or holding grudges.
I buy candy if it's on sale, even if I've been saying I need to save money, even if I've been putting less money into savings than I should. Sugar...
Not eating, either due to forgetfulness or to not wanting to eat.
Completely ignoring my health.

As for the things I don't consider vices that are often labeled as such.
Lust/sex.
Selfishness.
Vanity (yes, coupled with selfloathing).
Laziness.

And more I'm sure.


 
Mesh Posted: Sun Apr 16 23:33:36 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  libra said:
>
>Hehe, I do that too!


I see I'm in good company. Or rather, you're in bad company.


Another thing I like to do is take advantage of Blockbuster having no late fees. I keep those 2 day rentals for a week, and there's not a damned thing they can do about it.


 
Posted: Mon Apr 17 00:04:03 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Mr. Misses said:
>libra said:
>>
>>Hehe, I do that too!
>
>
>I see I'm in good company. Or rather, you're in bad company.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bad_Company ?

Libra, I had no idea!


 
Mesh Posted: Mon Apr 17 00:38:45 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Touché, good sir.


 
Mesh Posted: Mon Apr 17 02:21:51 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Telling "politically incorrect" jokes. It's funny though, the people who are the butt of the jokes laugh the loudest. It's always Molly Milquetoast soccer moms who do the whole "Well I never!" routine.


 
novemberrain Posted: Mon Apr 17 06:52:16 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi said:
>novemberrain said:
>
>>expensive writing impliments (I love good pens/pencils/markers etc)
>
>
>that's just crazy talk!
>
>you forgot to add "snakes"
>
>: )

hehe. I guess it should now be reptiles in general, as I now own a baby russian tortoise.


Mouse said:

>Judging or holding grudges.


Welcome back, my fellow scorpio *HUGS*


 
addi Posted: Mon Apr 17 07:44:21 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  novemberrain said:

>hehe. I guess it should now be reptiles in general, as I now own a baby russian tortoise.


Hmmmm....I don't think Jerry Falwell would approve of your fine writing instruments and reptile fetish, nov.

Years ago when my son was little we kept a 10 gallon terrarium in his room. It was part water and part rocks and plants and sticks. We kept a brown slamander, a turtle, a newt, a frog, fresh water shrimp, snails, and some guppies in it at various times. But it seemed like every day or so that I'd check in on the little fellows someone was missing..and I swear the salamander had a guilty look on his face, but he never confessed to anything. I finally decided to install a 24 hour survaillance video to catch the perpetraitor.
It turned out to be Jerry Falwell sneaking in the room through the window...the hypocrit was secretly addicted to reptiles.

believe it or not... : )


 
addi Posted: Mon Apr 17 07:54:29 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Mr. Misses said:
>addi said:
>>
>>I don't like everyone here (Mesh is really smelly and looks like an 80 year orangutan).

>I can take a hint :(

Not true! I have it on good authority that you smell like a fresh April rainshower, mixed with a delightful potpourri of lavender, honeysuckle, and roses.
As far as any comparisons to an animal goes I see you more as a penguin...only a bit taller.


 
DanSRose Posted: Mon Apr 17 08:26:25 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Mouse said:
>I am a professional procastinator, it's really, really bad.
>I get myself so worked up with stress that I can't do anything to soothe myself, to the point that I throw up from stress and can barely move.
>Lack of courage.
>Self-loathing.
>Not eating, either due to forgetfulness or to not wanting to eat.
>Completely ignoring my health.


I do these too.
Any time I have gotten sick and not gone to the doctor in the last 5 years is directly because of those walks.


 
ifihadahif Posted: Mon Apr 17 08:35:12 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I always thought of a vice as a sort of self destructive habit like smoking or cavorting with prostitutes, or eating cake and ice cream as a meal.
Some of us here have listed simple character flaws as vices.
Am I right to think this way ?


 
addi Posted: Mon Apr 17 09:55:59 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  ifihadahif said:

>Some of us here have listed simple character flaws as vices.
>Am I right to think this way ?

I think you make a valid point. I guess sometimes it's difficult to separate character flaws from vices.

I see something like "I really like crustations" more as a character flaw.
And something like "I turn into a werewolf and eat people at night" as a vice.


 
DanSRose Posted: Mon Apr 17 11:00:20 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  It's crustacean, a sub-phylum of Arthopoda (is it bad that I knew how to spell 'crustacean' and not 'phylum'?)

The thing that I am singling out between character flaw and vice is the conscience (unconscience?) choice into action.
I don't "choose" to the attacks, but they are a knot in the ball that is my psyche and often are the catalyst that make me walk.


 
libra Posted: Mon Apr 17 12:40:59 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  CriminalSaint said:
>Mr. Misses said:
>>libra said:
>>>
>>>Hehe, I do that too!
>>
>>I see I'm in good company. Or rather, you're in bad company.
>
>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bad_Company ?
>
>Libra, I had no idea!

oh yah, add that to my list of vices...joining 70s rock bands.


 
Mesh Posted: Mon Apr 17 14:07:52 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi said:
>
>Not true! I have it on good authority that you smell like a fresh April rainshower, mixed with a delightful potpourri of lavender, honeysuckle, and roses.
>As far as any comparisons to an animal goes I see you more as a penguin...only a bit taller.


That's what they all say. Just before plunging a flaming dagger into my heart.


 
ifihadahif Posted: Mon Apr 17 14:15:26 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi said:
>Mr. Misses said:
>>addi said:
>>>
>>>I don't like everyone here (Mesh is really smelly and looks like an 80 year orangutan).
>
>>I can take a hint :(
>
>Not true! I have it on good authority that you smell like a fresh April rainshower, mixed with a delightful potpourri of lavender, honeysuckle, and roses.
>As far as any comparisons to an animal goes I see you more as a penguin...only a bit taller.
>
Penguins are cute but stinky.


 
choke Posted: Mon Apr 17 14:41:38 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  How tall can penguins get? I always imagine them to be like shoulder height, but the only ones I've seen have only been up to my knees. Could be different species I guess. But are there like, huge ones?


 
Mesh Posted: Mon Apr 17 14:52:27 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Emperor penguins can get up to 1.1-1.2 meters tall. (around four feet or so.


 
addi Posted: Mon Apr 17 15:05:38 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  choke said:
>How tall can penguins get? I always imagine them to be like shoulder height, but the only ones I've seen have only been up to my knees. Could be different species I guess. But are there like, huge ones?

LOL!

I guess it all depends on a person's height.

For years local natives swear that they've spotted a seven foot tall penguin named "Le Pingouin d'homme" roaming the jungles in Indochina that screams at night, "D'attention Méduses!", but I remain skeptical.


 
mat_j Posted: Mon Apr 17 20:05:21 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'd have to say killing tramps


 
Mesh Posted: Mon Apr 17 21:21:31 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  mat_j said:
>I'd have to say killing tramps


I saw your name having posted in this thread, and I already began laughing with anticipation of the delight I would find inside.


 
Mesh Posted: Wed Apr 19 21:07:50 2006 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I confess to smoking a cigarette today. It was disgusting and I'm glad I quit.


I just had to, I don't know, remind myself or something.


 



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