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mat_j Posted: Mon Apr 5 14:53:48 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  How about one of those threads that says something about you. As a GT wanderer i sometimes forget who's who and don't really know the newcomers.

Plus everyone enjoys them and everyone is interesting.


 
addi Posted: Mon Apr 5 19:29:24 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm Addi
I'm shy



 
choke Posted: Mon Apr 5 22:24:49 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm Tiffany.

I'm a lot different now to when I started here.

I think a good indication of who I am comes out in a "25 random things about me" thing that went around facebook. Shall copy and paste!

1. I hate fruit

2. I'm glad I had swine flu

3. I break the heads off gingerbread men so they don't suffer

4. I haven't had a proper big toenail on my left foot since 2006

5. I'm not afraid of death but I am afraid of most other things

6. I'm terrified of driving

7. When I was younger my teachers said I might be gifted. Now I can't remember basic math.

8. I love white trash

9. I am afraid of becoming white trash

10. I struggle to digest gluten

11. I can't decide if I am (or want to be) a good person

12. My parents think university is a waste of time

13. Sometimes I am deliberately shallow/dumb so I don't have to deal

14. I forgive most people most things because they can't help it

15. I don't know how to make small talk

16. I have over twenty nicknames

17. I love cello music

18. I prefer reading to tv

19. I can't stand it when people kick/throw balls around me.

20. I hiccup nearly every time I eat or drink

21. I like to eat raw broccoli/pumpkin/potato when I'm drunk

22. I'm known in some circles for being shocking and others as being the moral guideline

23. I have an unhealthy love for stationery

24. I absolutely hate having dusty hands or feet

25. I am caffeine sensitive

26. I am a chronic over exaggerator.

27. When I was little I used to talk to my poo



You guys should do it too!


 
Mesh Posted: Tue Apr 6 00:40:25 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I am Mesh.

I am a scofflaw.

I only scoff at the laws I disagree with.

Which is all of them.


 
Mark Posted: Tue Apr 6 03:37:14 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm Mark

I'm a metal head, who secretly likes classical music as well.

I'm especially interested in the interests of others since they might like something I don't yet know about :)

When you get to know me I'm not as harsh as I seem to be when you first meet me.

I'm afraid of heights, but love to climb mountains.

After my last relationship I decided to finally making something out of life


 
Billy_pilgrim Posted: Tue Apr 6 11:03:50 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm Sean and I'm an alcoholic...

Oh is that next door.

1. My name is Sean but i have many names, I've two middle names a confirmation name and some people call me by my fathers name. I also go by at least 5 different nicknames and a variety of xenophobic slurs. at different points in my life i have gone by different names, in different countries, people call me different things, the Elves call me Mithrandir.

2. I left home at 17 and travelled Europe and North Africa, I've been to over 22 countries and called at least 5 of them home.

3. I've been beaten badly in 3 different countries and was nearly beaten to death in Morrocco.

4. I've started 2 university degrees but ended up dropping out to work.

5. I've fired an AK47 and it felt good.

5. I'm a drinker but i'm not a drunk, if i was a drunk i'd have never got past the UK in my travels.

6. One of my friends thinks that based on some calculations i have seen 47 real life bare breasts, this is disputed in academic circles.

7. I will never eat oysters again.

8. I love mythology

9. Despite what you might think i am actually very respectful of women and consider myself an ally of the feminists.

10. I have met at least 2 other GTers and am convinced i have met at least one more but neither of us knew at the time, this is a recent discovery, more on this later.

11. My father claims my family are descended from the ancient kings of Ireland, but then so does everyone elses father here.

12. I believe hallucinogens are the mother of religion

13. I think i've been in love three times in my life, i've been in lust a whole lot more.






 
Ahriman Posted: Tue Apr 6 12:02:33 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm Brendan....

Rawr!


 
mat_j Posted: Tue Apr 6 12:41:53 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Billy_pilgrim said:

>
>11. My father claims my family are descended from the ancient kings of Ireland, but then so does everyone elses father here.
>

Hmmm lots of GTers dads claim they're the descendants of the high kings of Ireland do they?


 
Posted: Tue Apr 6 13:06:52 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm Phil!

I moved from Canada to Arizona three years ago. I have a puppy named Thelonious. I work in the web industry, though I majored in philosophy.

And I got older today!


 
libra Posted: Tue Apr 6 16:41:53 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Hello

I am Libra.
I am from California, but am currently a graduate student in Canada, getting my Master's in Anthropology.
I am almost done.

I will be going to Europe this June. And I have no idea what will happen after that. Hopefully an enjoyable and decent paying job in a nice location.

I like reading, chocolate, being lazy, watching both good and bad television, and going to the beach with the dog park.

I do not like: soda, most kinds of cheese, white food with a certain range of consistencies (sour cream, cream cheese, etc), the way the word classificatory sounds, Quentin Tarantino, and spiders.



 
Kira Posted: Tue Apr 6 16:55:25 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm Kira.

I never heard of anyone else with that name until I was in my teens and it drives me crazy now. I want to put a hit out on that Knightley girl.

I've been accused of needing to come out of my shell.

I never set foot in a classroom until driver's ed at fifteen.

I believed in god for about three months when I was eight.

I don't fit in.

I refuse to leave my parent's house until my oldest dog passes away, because I won't uproot her at her age and I don't want to leave her.

I get angry when I'm scared.

When I grow up I want to be a polymath.

...and a good person.


 
choke Posted: Tue Apr 6 23:07:15 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Mark said:
>I'm Mark
>
>I'm a metal head, who secretly likes classical music as well.
>

You should look up Nightwish if you haven't already. They are a hybrid of both. Also, Dreamtheater.


 
Kira Posted: Tue Apr 6 23:45:26 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Also, happy birthday Crim. Because between reading your post and the two minutes it took me to write my own, I forgot about it. For crying out loud.


 
Mesh Posted: Tue Apr 6 23:46:18 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Oh, well yes, Happy Birthday Crim!


 
choke Posted: Wed Apr 7 00:14:47 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Oh god we are getting terrible, I did the same as you Kira.

Happy Birthday!


 
Billy_pilgrim Posted: Wed Apr 7 02:48:54 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Happy birthday Crim.




 
Ahriman Posted: Wed Apr 7 10:48:55 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  libra said:
>I do not like: ...most kinds of cheese...

Really? Cheese is such a roller coaster of flavor and it's a great source of protein, calcium, phosphorus, and fat. I love bringing a really nice blue with me on a hike. Plus, most wines(and even some beers) really lack till they are paired with a proper food such as cheese.

What is your stance on the fungi of the culinary world? Morels, chanterelles, porcinis, huitlacoche, yellow foots, truffles, black trumpets, matsutakes?!?!?


 
iggy Posted: Wed Apr 7 13:32:05 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Hi my name is chan but i don't go by that name anymore. people call me nic these days

I was the second person after mat j to post on the forum so i'm a dinosaur here.

i don't post as much as i used to here.


25 random things about me

1) i'm a film and video lecturer by day. i love teaching. i stand for hours teaching abt 200 students on a daily basis.

2) i'm a film maker/producer by night. i produce more these days and serve as a creative consultant for other films these days.

3) i'm an mac/apple slut.

4) i love diving but am scared shitless of being in the water.

5) i love bags.

6) i love sneakers.

7) i love selvage/dry denim

8) after years of being a christian, i finally took the step to be baptised as a Catholic. it's a strange thing for a person to be anti-catholic and anti-organised religion to join the biggest organised religion. but i am happy.

9) my name now is nicholas ignatius chu

10) i love martial arts. this is my third year practising mixed martial arts/krav maga.

11) i love silence these days. i chillout to silence these days rather than music.

12) i still want to be a porn director.

13) my dj alias is mister maroon or storm looper.

14) i watch at least 2 films a day.

15) i don't talk as much as i used to. it's really tiring after having 4-5 hour lectures.

16) i can't live without the internet. i need to be connected at all times. the only time where i am not online is when i go diving.
i carry with me an iphone, htc hero, a netbook and a macbook most of the times.

17) i still want to be a porn director

18) i still haven't had sex with an actress yet. dammit.

19) i love anime. especially the girls.

20) i want to be a porn director.

21) i will work 3 more years as a lecturer, quit, and then move to another country to become a divemaster.

22) i love my nephews like my own children because i don't think i will get married and have my own kids.

23) i love porn. (my catholic guilt will kill me. i think my priest will facepalm himself to a concussion when i go for confession)

24) i love taking pictures of the sky.

25) i love porn.




 
Puck Posted: Wed Apr 7 18:20:00 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  1. I can happily eat 5 bananas in a day. I hated them before I discovered how awesome organic ones are.

2. I neglect my shiitake log.

3. Every time I put my jeans on, my right foot rips the knee-hole just a little bit more.

4. I only like porn as a friend

5. I can't get anything done in a messy workplace.

6. I'll start reading like ten books, but not make any progress in any of them.

7. After living in apartments for 4 years, I mindlessly lock the door on my way out, but I get paranoid that I didn't because I wasn't conscious of it. Sometimes I'm paranoid enough to run back and double check, even if I'm two hallways away.

8. I really hate that we don't have a decent bus system here. I don't want to have a car, but I'm too lazy to bike in the winter.

9. I don't mind the flatness of the midwest because I'd rather see more sky than hills.

10. I don't like throwing things in the trash. If I can recycle it or donate it somewheres, I will.

11. I don't own or plan to own a microwave ever again.

12. When I was a kid, my fingers were all callused from playing with Legos.

13. Living on the third floor, I often have the urge to climb down the balconies but I don't want to bother my neighbors downstairs.

14. I'm dieing to play Magic, but I can't stand the supernerds at game shops.

15. I need to munch on something...


 
Puck Posted: Wed Apr 7 22:03:00 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I try to imagine what gt folks' handwriting looks like. Is that an odd thing to wonder about?

What's your ringtone?
What's on your walls?
What color are your dishes?
Do you hang your pants, fold them, or roll them?
The window that you spend the most time looking through: what cardinal direction does it face?
What superpower would you want?



 
Billy_pilgrim Posted: Thu Apr 8 08:16:28 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Puck said:
>I try to imagine what gt folks' handwriting looks like. Is that an odd thing to wonder about?

I have the most disgraceful childlike boy writing known to man.

>
>What's your ringtone?

Blister in the sun by the violent femmes, a well meaning friend recorded it for me and i've never bothered to figure out how to alter it. I now touch my pocket if i hear this song anywhere.

>What's on your walls?

I'm of no fixed abode at the moment, am staying with relatives in Ireland. The closest thing i have to a home is my cousins house, my brothers flat, My friend Niamh's pad or my friend The Greek's place.

>What color are your dishes?

today they are beige.

>Do you hang your pants, fold them, or roll them?

When packing, i roll them and tie a belt around them.

>The window that you spend the most time looking through: what cardinal direction does it face?

Cardinal Richelieu

>What superpower would you want?

Mind control like a Jedi, mainly for customs.


 
Kira Posted: Thu Apr 8 11:28:51 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Puck said:
>
>What's your ringtone?

I use the ones that came with the phone because I'm not going to pay any amount of money for a 5-second piece of music and I'm too lazy to figure out how to trick the phone into letting me use free ringtones or music clips I've made myself. I did try once, with a snippet of Tank! by the Seatbelts, but it didn't work. :(

>What's on your walls?

Two mirrors, an aerial photo of Central Park, a photo of Earthrise as seen from the moon, a Japanese print showing a landscape with cherry trees, a river and a mountain (with a cherry-wood frame I made with my dad), and a sepia drawing of Bruce Lee.

>What color are your dishes?

Blue.

>Do you hang your pants, fold them, or roll them?

I hang my scrub-pants and fold everything else.

>The window that you spend the most time looking through: what cardinal direction does it face?

North-west.

>What superpower would you want?

Hydrokenesis.


 
Puck Posted: Thu Apr 8 13:38:46 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Kira said:
>Tank!

you would. ;p


 
Puck Posted: Thu Apr 8 13:59:00 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  http://www.mytinyphone.com/ringtone/102648/
you'll probably want to check the box to send it as an attachment.


 
Kira Posted: Thu Apr 8 15:33:58 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Puck said:
>Kira said:
>>Tank!
>
>you would. ;p

Hell yes I would!

Sadly Verizon's a greedy, tyrannical snot where ringtones are concerned.


 
ifihadahif Posted: Sun Apr 11 15:49:35 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I am Hif.

Sometimes known as King Thong.

I pretty much run things around here.

Don't believe anything you read or hear about me if it involves politics.



 
Posted: Sun Apr 11 17:27:18 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Puck said:
>I try to imagine what gt folks' handwriting looks like. Is that an odd thing to wonder about?
>
>What's your ringtone?
>What's on your walls?
>What color are your dishes?
>Do you hang your pants, fold them, or roll them?
>The window that you spend the most time looking through: what cardinal direction does it face?
>What superpower would you want?
>

My ringtone is a phone, ringing. But like an old one.

On my walls? Just bought new prints, actually! Owning a place is hard, almost as hard as being an "adult". So long, band posters, hello art deco.

Dishes are a rusty orange/yellow. Our china is themed like the desert. Silly, I know.

I only use the closet, so my pants like everything else gets hung up.

My window at home faces east, looking at a mountain. Awesome when the sun comes up. Problem is, there is also a junkyard and a bar within view, so that's not so pleasant.

Superpower? Oh boy. Probably super long life or some shit. Boring, but I've got a lot of stuff I want to do.


 
libra Posted: Sun Apr 11 17:56:56 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Ahriman said:
>libra said:
>>I do not like: ...most kinds of cheese...
>
>Really? Cheese is such a roller coaster of flavor and it's a great source of protein, calcium, phosphorus, and fat.
>

No, no cheese. I really can only have jack cheese, cheddar if it is with a lot of other stuff, mozzarella and parmesan. But they can't be the dominant ingredient.

>What is your stance on the fungi of the culinary world? Morels, chanterelles, porcinis, huitlacoche, yellow foots, truffles, black trumpets, matsutakes?!?!?

Yuck. No fungi.


 
libra Posted: Sun Apr 11 18:05:52 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Puck said:
>I try to imagine what gt folks' handwriting looks like.

My handwriting is messy. Unless I try very hard to make it neat.

>What's your ringtone?

Death cab for cutie, Broken Social scene

>What's on your walls?

A lot of pictures of friends, home, dogs, etc. A vintage San Francisco TWA poster, a vintage navy recruitment poster ("Gee, I wish I were a man, I'd join the Navy").

>What color are your dishes?

Off-white hand-me-down dishes from my aunt. Red cereal bowls from Anthropologie (i loooove them).

>Do you hang your pants, fold them, or roll them?
Hang dress pants (which I don't really have anymore). Fold jeans.

>The window that you spend the most time looking through: what cardinal direction does it face?

West. But not much to see, unfortunately.

>What superpower would you want?

I like Crim's choice. Or I would like to be able to just snap my fingers and be anywhere in the world I wanted.


 
ifihadahif Posted: Sun Apr 11 20:15:55 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  libra said:
Or I would like to be able to just snap my fingers and be anywhere in the world I wanted.
>
Jumper


 
choke Posted: Sun Apr 11 23:13:37 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Puck said:
>I try to imagine what gt folks' handwriting looks like. Is that an odd thing to wonder about?

It's a little odd. Just kidding, it's lovely! My handwriting is a scrawl with half finished letters and all different sizes.
>
>What's your ringtone?

The most annoying one I could find

>What's on your walls?

A 21st board with embarrassing photos and friend's comments, a print of a wolf, a framed photo of powerlines, and a graffiti board one of my friends made me.

>What color are your dishes?

Many different types

>Do you hang your pants, fold them, or roll them?

Fold

>The window that you spend the most time looking through: what cardinal direction does it face?

West I think. It has our front yard with two rabbits in it.

>What superpower would you want?
>
Super intelligence



 
mat_j Posted: Mon Apr 12 05:16:10 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Puck said:
>I try to imagine what gt folks' handwriting looks like. Is that an odd thing to wonder about?

I have been told i have beautiful handwriting, lots of big swirls and loops interspaced with neat uniformed letters, I am very happy with my own handwriting and am unashamed to say so!

>What's your ringtone?

Ring ring. My phone is eccentric as some of it's core files have been deleted some how. It needs to think about things it does and refuses to beep when i get a message among other things. We get on, like a man and his stubborn mule.

>What's on your walls?

My special Lady friend has a big collage of Marilyn Monroe,Bettie Page, Princess Grace, Mad Men & Marie Antionette. We also have a painting of a boat from Croatia and she's framed a couple of my cartoons about the cat in the hallway.

>What color are your dishes?

Whiteyish

>Do you hang your pants, fold them, or roll them?

hang

>The window that you spend the most time looking through: what cardinal direction does it face?

West out at Cardiff's backside, lots of 60's buildings, a prison, a few towers and a big sleep hotel, at night it's very beautiful, on a sunny day you feel like you could be looking out on a 60s city.

>What superpower would you want?
>

Shapeshifting, but not jsut any shape shifting, like some super grandmaster shapeshifter with the ability to break bits of myself off if necessary and to turn into things a lot smaller/larger than me as well as inanimate objects.


 
Mark Posted: Mon Apr 12 07:00:09 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  @ Choke:
Thanks for the suggestions. I already knew them (and listen to Nightwish), but I still appreciate it :)

Puck said:
>I try to imagine what gt folks' handwriting looks like. Is that an odd thing to wonder about?
>
>What's your ringtone?
A basic Nokia ring tone called Breeze

>What's on your walls?
A few pictures, a painting of a howling wolf and a flag with a pentragram

>What color are your dishes?
White

>Do you hang your pants, fold them, or roll them?
Hang

>The window that you spend the most time looking through: what cardinal direction does it face?
South-West, looking towards a bowling centre and a base ball field (across the road).

>What superpower would you want?
Knowing what women want, but not like in the movie


 
Billy_pilgrim Posted: Mon Apr 12 14:23:35 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  mat_j said:
>Puck said:
>>I try to imagine what gt folks' handwriting looks like. Is that an odd thing to wonder about?
>
>I have been told i have beautiful handwriting, lots of big swirls and loops interspaced with neat uniformed letters, I am very happy with my own handwriting and am unashamed to say so!
>

You do have very nice writing you do.

Did you get that e-mail i sent you fuck bag? If you want to come out here i can put you up at my cousin's for a few days at the end of the month while she's in the other place. Catch the ferry to Rosslare, we'll go fishing or something.


 
Kira Posted: Mon Apr 12 18:55:40 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  ifihadahif said:
>libra said:
> Or I would like to be able to just snap my fingers and be anywhere in the world I wanted.
>>
>Jumper

Oh oh! I love that book.


 
Puck Posted: Wed Apr 14 17:21:08 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  bah. I'm stumped by the question of whether or not to let my extended family add me on FB.


 
addi Posted: Wed Apr 14 18:08:40 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Puck said:
>bah. I'm stumped by the question of whether or not to let my extended family add me on FB.

Don't do it, Puck!
: )


 
sweet p Posted: Wed Apr 14 19:29:51 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  One time Beetlebum sent me some snail mail and everyone in my house asked me why I sent myself a package.

Apparently B and I have the same handwriting. I see similarities but I think mine is much messier. Beetlebum's is quite nice.



 
Mesh Posted: Thu Apr 15 00:46:41 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Go for it. I've got cousins, aunts, uncles, both parents, and a grandparent.


 
Puck Posted: Fri Apr 16 20:49:25 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I sign my name slightly differently every time. My handwriting also changes depending on the type of pen, the texture of the paper, line spacing, my mood and my state of wakefulness.

>What's your ringtone?
Right now, I'm using Raffi's Banana Phone. I used to use good ole Danny Elfman's PeeWee's Big Adventure, And Peanut Butter Jelly Time. I'm going to spend a few minutes looking for a decent copy of the llama song.

>What's on your walls?
My bike, christmas lights, The Decemberists' The Crane Wife mini poster

>What color are your dishes?
beige?

>Do you hang your pants, fold them, or roll them?
I hang the ones that I rarely wear, and fold then roll the rest. That's folding into thirds, then in half.

>The window that you spend the most time looking through: what cardinal direction does it face?
ENE I think.

>What superpower would you want?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blink_(comics)#Powers_and_abilities


 
Puck Posted: Fri Apr 16 21:28:40 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm a minimalist and part of me hopes someday to have so few belongings that I could carry everything I own. Ya know... for when the dead rise and you need to be ready to dash at any time.


choke said:
>9. I am afraid of becoming white trash

ONE OF US! ONE OF US! ONE OF US!

>26. I am a chronic over exaggerator.

oh, you're probably just exaggerating.

>It's a little odd. Just kidding, it's lovely! My handwriting is a scrawl with half finished letters and all different sizes.

If anyone wants to post a pic, that'd be neato yo.


Mark said:
>I'm especially interested in the interests of others since they might like something I don't yet know about :)

*like*


Ahriman said:
>Rawr!

Mrow...


Kira said:
>I want to hit on that Knightley girl.

I'm betting there's a long line for that.

>I believed in god for about three months when I was eight.

I never really believed, but didn't start disbelieving until I was eleven.

>Hydrokinesis.
I'm surprised to have never heard anyone choose that one.


libra said:

>I really can only have jack cheese, cheddar if it is with a lot of other stuff, mozzarella and parmesan. But they can't be the dominant ingredient.
>Yuck. No fungi.

Just for that, I'm going to go eat a bunch of shrooms bathed in cheese. ;p


mat_j said:
>Shapeshifting, but not just any shape shifting, like some super grandmaster shapeshifter with the ability to break bits of myself off if necessary and to turn into things a lot smaller/larger than me as well as inanimate objects.

That's quite impressive and would make for great fight scenes. Opponent throws a car at you partially personified as a man, then the building that they're standing near (which is also you) steps on them with a giant red cartoonish shoe.


Wisenheimer said:
>Go for it. I've got cousins, aunts, uncles, both parents, and a grandparent.

Fuck it. I'm doing it. So my great aunt will be seeing drunk pics of me. I'm sure my great great aunt also will, soon enough.


 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Sat Apr 17 05:33:04 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Hi I'm Cherry some may call me Shannon but honestly veryveryvery few may.

1. I get horned up and retard strong over alot of stuff that most people would be super embarrassed to admit. Spock, Several LotR's book characters (wretched film >_<), Dracula (Gary Oldman as Dracula), Guys who can talk my brain into smithereens about magic, larping, D&D, scifi books/movies/tv shows and particle physics, guys in kilts, Doctor who (seriously no need to explain. the man is mega humping material)

2. Even though i'm 22 I *still* like to color with crayons in coloring books. I make strawberry shortcake look like a hooker or a goth or scene girl. It's alot of fun.

3. The amount of apple juice I consume would put preschoolers to shame

4. I'm neon sign white and I wear 100spf sunblock to keep it that way

5. I'm a internet junkie and I need a fix everyday of at least 3 hours daily otherwise I start twitching

6. There are a ton of projects I start with great heart only to never finish. Whaaat? I saw something shiny and I got distracted

7. i'm a proud porn lover.

8. the very idea of fitting in grosses me out so much that if i meet somebody that likes the same stuff and they are what i deem preppy/popular/retarded i get the urge to burn any tshirts, dvds, or memorabilia related to said movie, book, show. Then try as hard as i can to find reasons to hate said topic as much as humanly possible. nothing ruins your interests more then everybody else suddenly liking them as well.

9. Kira said:
>I believed in god for about three months when I was eight.

Puck said:
>I never really believed, but didn't start disbelieving until I was eleven.

i struggled all during childhood with god and then somewhere in my late teens maybe 19/20 i decided that if there was a god he doesn't give a FUCK about human suffering.

10. My superpower would be being a timelord. Because you get the T.A.R.D.I.S plus you get tons of regenerations. And the whole saving the universe sounds quite fun. If timelord isn't allowed as a superpower I think that I would like to be instantly transported to any time or place just by simply looking at a picture of the scene or thinking about the time and place. Added bonus: I'd be able to also imagine my outfit so that I'd blend in. I'm probably so cheating but whatevs!

11. I have two Spock posters and a yellow submarine poster on my wall. as well as several of my paintings and my dreamcatcher I got in Cherokee, NC on the res there.

12. I can often pick what I dream if I think hard enough about it. I've had some really awesome dreams.

13. I've written (unpublished) full length novels based off of dreams I've had.

14. I want a huge collection of Lava lamps from every year since the very first year they were in production. I want to build this giant super air conditioned glass case to display them in.

15. I love onions. no seriously. love them. i use to eat a giant bowl of just roasted onions with garlic salt on them. no joke.

16. I want to be ready for the zombies. seriously. i want to have this GIANT self sufficient farm where I grow ALL of my veggies and fruit that i freeze and can. Running off of wind and solar power with a basement full of weapons. That is my version of utopia. Just me and Puck on a farm somewhere nice taking out zombies and trespassers with ease. Living out the days without having to worry about money and eating homegrown veggies with handmade clothes on our backs. Sounds good to me.

17. I hate mushrooms. I have ever since I was a kid. They taste like little tiny squishy dirt clods. Sorry. They seriously suck.

18. i've never thought of being a superhero. superpowers aside. I just don't think I have what it takes to be a superhero. I would probably be a fringe character - out for myself most times. I'll help if need be but I'm not a goody two shoes and willing to die for "innocent" people.

19. potato o graten sucks as well. just the smell sends my stomach into churns of acid so bad that sometimes I throw up in the back of my throat. I don't get it. I like potatoes and cheese. I like cheese covered potato skins and cheesy baked potatoes but for some reason potato o graten makes me hurl.

20. I'm utterly and retardly shy around guys who I find unbelieveably attractive. I stutter and babble at a speed only crack heads and rednecks can understand. I go red in the face and the brain goes byebye. I'm so socially inept it's sad. I'm like a 16 yr old boy when a cute girl says something to them they're barely able to squeak out a hi. pathetic but true.

21. I'm a bookworm and will go through cycles of reading one book after another after another. I will honestly not remember what day it is much less the month once I come out of my bookcoma.

22. I walk while reading. Dangerous but fun!

23. Listening to music waaaaaay too loud on your ipod is a great way to let those loser coworkers know that not only do you not care what they're trying to say to you but that you appreciate listening to David Bowie wail "I'm afraid of Americans" at a deafening decibel.

24. Last night was the first time I've ever seen ferris bueller's day off. i've seen every other 80's classic movie - 16 candles, st elmo's fire, breakfast club, some kind of wonderful, weird science.

25. sleeping people are sexy.


 
Mesh Posted: Sat Apr 17 18:16:55 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
 
>
>20. I'm utterly and retardly shy around guys who I find unbelieveably attractive. I stutter and babble at a speed only crack heads and rednecks can understand. I go red in the face and the brain goes byebye. I'm so socially inept it's sad. I'm like a 16 yr old boy when a cute girl says something to them they're barely able to squeak out a hi. pathetic but true.
>


A million times this. I talked earlier on the phone with the woman of my fancy. Can't even recall the conversation aside from I am sure I was awkward and gave the complete opposite impression of the one I'd like to give. Instead of "Hey, I like you, I'm into you, I'm interested in you and what you have to say and what you do." It was probably so awkward it seemed more like "Oh hey...yeah you're bothering me, don't really wanna talk to you. Bye."

:(


 
Puck Posted: Sat Apr 17 19:54:58 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  rather than shutting off my Genesis and pulling the cartridge, I just tried to hit eject on the dvd player so that I could play a different game...


 
Posted: Sun Apr 18 03:32:38 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Cherry_Moon said:

> Guys who can talk my brain into smithereens about magic

It occurs to me that we may actually have some players here.


 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Sun Apr 18 12:01:32 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  CriminalSaint said:
>It occurs to me that we may actually have some players here.

When we have the giant GT gathering of doom we should have a GIANT magic marathon that lasts for hours. As well as a D&D session.

If anybody likes larping they should let it be known since it's been ages since I larped.


 
mat_j Posted: Sun Apr 18 15:15:55 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Cherry_Moon said:
>
>10. My superpower would be being a timelord. Because you get the T.A.R.D.I.S plus you get tons of regenerations. And the whole saving the universe sounds quite fun. If timelord isn't allowed as a superpower I think that I would like to be instantly transported to any time or place just by simply looking at a picture of the scene or thinking about the time and place. Added bonus: I'd be able to also imagine my outfit so that I'd blend in. I'm probably so cheating but whatevs!


I'd accept Time lord as a super power, being able to taste, see and hear things others can't, being able to take a heroic dose of radiation, two hearts, 13 lives, a sonic screwdriver, it's all there.

Have you seen any of the new series yet??




 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Sun Apr 18 15:44:59 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  No, I'm sort of dragging my feet about it. Just from the teaser trailers I've seen I'm not going to like this kid. I'm probably going to wait until the season is over and just watch them all at once. If I still hate him after that then I'm going to just wait until he dies to watch it again. And I'm a die hard who lover so it's going to suck If I have to wait acouple years to watch my favorite program again. Ugh. I wish they would've gone with someone a touch older and with more acting under his belt.


 
mat_j Posted: Mon Apr 19 18:18:50 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  So far, I'm very impressed, I'm guessing your an Eccleston generation Whovian? you've only had to go through 2 regens, it still freaked me out up until McGann, losing McCoy- historically a non entity doctor but y'know, the doctor of your youth is always special- was traumatic. I must have started with Davison or Baker but I would have been very young.

Run with Matt Smith, he might look like a young Michael Yorke gone wrong but he's great so far, especially the 1st episode, I loved that, the second was ok, the third was exciting but, being me, I was a little suspicious of the flag waving... but well Daleks dressed like British Tommy's? amazing!

He's still finding his feet, he's morphing from Tenant into his own man which is curious but not problematic to the story and the new assistant isn't too annoying which is a plus.

What did you think of the Return of the King ending of the last season??


 
Puck Posted: Thu Apr 22 18:41:32 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Cherry_Moon said:
>CriminalSaint said:
>>It occurs to me that we may actually have some players here.

She's a newb. I started when Tempest and Portal came out and dropped out after the Urza Block. Most of my play is on the old MicroProse PC game.


>GT gathering

It's really just going to be a IMVU meetup


 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Fri Apr 23 15:32:05 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  mat_j said:
>I'm guessing your an Eccleston generation Whovian?

I might be a "new" whovian but i *have* watched alot of the older series and quite enjoyed it. Before Tennant i was a huge baker fan.

> Run with Matt Smith, he might look like a young Michael Yorke gone wrong but he's great so far

I did end up watching and liking the first episode. I was very unhappy with the new remix of the theme song. It just freaking sucks. And I was very unhappy with the music during the first part of the episode it seemed goofy and insincere. I think it took most of the episode for me to like him.

>He's still finding his feet, he's morphing from Tenant into his own man which is curious but not problematic to the story and the new assistant isn't too annoying which is a plus.

there was a couple tennant lines he used that made me cringe. Can't think of them at this second but i was like gaaah reallly? His assistant is actually really pretty and not as annoying as Rose who for a while I was like when is he going to ditch her.

>What did you think of the Return of the King ending of the last season??

I have mixed feelings about the ending. I almost had a cow when it seemed like they were going to end on the Spock death. I liked his discussion with Donna's Grandfather and I liked how Master and Doctor sorta worked together for a few seconds. I thought it wrapped up Tennant's doctor nicely. I would have liked to find out about his clone daughter more and the chick from the library. Oh well.

Puck said:
>She's a newb

do you want to tutor me later puckster? private lessons? ;P

>It's really just going to be a IMVU meetup

I was afraid of that but it'd probably be the only way.


 
Puck Posted: Fri Apr 23 15:45:05 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Fun word: tutelage


 
mat_j Posted: Mon Apr 26 04:31:54 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Cherry_Moon said:
>mat_j said:

>I might be a "new" whovian but i *have* watched alot of the older series and quite enjoyed it. Before Tennant i was a huge baker fan.

No shame in being a noob in Dr. Who, It's one of the few shows i think you can jump into at any point without any frame of reference, every episode has to run through the familiars "It's a blue box?", "It's bigger on the inside!", "You're a time traveller?" then you're away :-)

Baker is amazing, I'm guessing you mean Tom and not Colin, who's not so amazing.

I hated Tennant for a while when he first arrived, thought he was a douche and way over the top. I also hated McCann for the same reason. In fact the only Doctor I didn't dislike upon regeneration (apart from McCoy who was my first proper Dr.) was Eccleston, probably because I was hungry for more after a decade of waiting for the Doc
:-)

>I did end up watching and liking the first episode. I was very unhappy with the new remix of the theme song. It just freaking sucks. And I was very unhappy with the music during the first part of the episode it seemed goofy and insincere. I think it took most of the episode for me to like him.

Yeah i wasn't sure of the new theme, historically though it ranks far less dodgy than some of the past ones :-), I love it now, i love the crashing drama of it.



>there was a couple tennant lines he used that made me cringe. Can't think of them at this second but i was like gaaah reallly? His assistant is actually really pretty and not as annoying as Rose who for a while I was like when is he going to ditch her.



Yeah old piano teeth got my goat for a while too. I like the new one and she's ginger (yay).


>I have mixed feelings about the ending. I almost had a cow when it seemed like they were going to end on the Spock death. I liked his discussion with Donna's Grandfather and I liked how Master and Doctor sorta worked together for a few seconds. I thought it wrapped up Tennant's doctor nicely. I would have liked to find out about his clone daughter more and the chick from the library. Oh well.

Yeah, that ending was bad, Russell T. Davies'a rule was becoming a bit of a tyranny towards the end i think, one of his rules was broken in the final episode though: The Doctor and the Master shalt not worketh together.

Hopefully Moffat will break more rules this season and we'll have a multiple Doctor episode again!

I thought his daughter was dead? Maybe i'm wrong? that 'chick' is back this season though and episode 4 is fucking amazing.


 
addi Posted: Mon Apr 26 07:05:20 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm trying to figure out at what point this thread turned completely into a geek fest.
: )


 
Puck Posted: Mon Apr 26 12:07:08 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi said:
>I'm trying to figure out at what point this thread turned completely into a geek fest.
>: )

when you let it be.


 
mat_j Posted: Tue Apr 27 04:15:46 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi said:
>I'm trying to figure out at what point this thread turned completely into a geek fest.
>: )


The moment you first posted, it'll end the moment i E-kick your ass.

Back to your drawings Bob Ross Jr!

;-)


 
addi Posted: Tue Apr 27 11:11:40 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  lol!
Bob Ross, Jr.
I can dig him!

Puckster...be nice now. addi was just joking around with you geeks : )


 
mat_j Posted: Tue Apr 27 17:15:57 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I heart Bob Ross, he rocks my world.

Sometimes watching his show overwhelms me with joy at how nice one man could be.


 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Tue Apr 27 20:02:58 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi said:
>I'm trying to figure out at what point this thread turned completely into a geek fest.

don't be hatin
Doctor Who beats most american scifi
except star trek: tos and next gen where they are about neck and neck with the doctor still firmly better

i'd like to see a doctor who star trek cross over episode where the doctor and Q are in a battle of wits :D Spock can come along too :D

matj said:
>Baker is amazing, I'm guessing you mean Tom and not Colin, who's not so amazing.

there is only one baker in my book - tom

>i love the crashing drama

me to :D i like how he was babbling about the swimming pool but honestly it sounded like circus music >__< gack... the music shouldn't have made it to final cut the rest of it was brillant

>Yeah old piano teeth got my goat for a while too. I like the new one and she's ginger (yay).

yeah she got on my nerves too many times. I actually liked Martha alot and i absolutely adored Donna.

Amy (Amelia) is a hottie :D ginger women are hot. Now when are they going to have a ginger doctor.

>Yeah, that ending was bad, Russell T. Davies'a rule was becoming a bit of a tyranny towards the end i think, one of his rules was broken in the final episode though: The Doctor and the Master shalt not worketh together.


Davies was getting on my last nerve with some of his episodes ugh! I actually liked that the doctor and master worked together. I really hope they bring the master back and use the same actor - he did a wonderful job. but if not they should use someone that is in the same age bracket as Smith. I always had this desire to see them finally working towards the same goals not all the time but at least sometimes. They use to be mates as kids right?

And the episode that had his clone daughter the doctor *thought* that she died and when he left she had started to regenerate. And the end of the episode shows her piloting a spaceship off to help people.

I would like multiple doctors again as well. Although aren't some of them getting up there in age?

I hope Moffat continues to do well. :D


 
Puck Posted: Sun May 16 16:22:35 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Just because some stores sell Red Bull in the same aisle as the breakfast cereal doesn't mean that it's a form of breakfast... apparently. owee....


 
Puck Posted: Tue Jun 29 00:31:41 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Hi, I'm dave and I'm addicted to chocolate milk


 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Tue Jun 29 14:56:32 2010 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Puck said:
>Hi, I'm dave and I'm addicted to chocolate milk

That's the biggest understatement of the year. I think it'd be cheaper to just buy a dairy cow then keep buying milk the way we do currently.


 



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