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auryn

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Gender: male
Age: 25
Date Signed Up:3/17/2012
Last Login:3/06/2015
Location:The Netherlands
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#138 - After seeing a woman getting fisted double-handed, this indeed… 10/13/2014 on It itches 0
#137 - A proper respectable woman is circumcised. 10/13/2014 on It itches 0
#135 - If you look closely you can see a wallet also lighting up in t… 10/13/2014 on It itches 0
#134 - He's talking about all the regions that are not titties and va… 10/13/2014 on It itches +2
#131 - For you, perhaps. 10/13/2014 on It itches +1
#4 - Well they did in the literal manner.  [+] (1 new reply) 10/12/2014 on This is the post I'm... +5
#10 - threenoblesouls (10/12/2014) [-]
But muh edginess
#65 - That doesn't look appetizing at all. 10/12/2014 on Oregon Steak special +1
#29 - Don't you think I'd recognize my own torso, bathroom in the pi… 10/12/2014 on Moses +1
#28 - I don't know why you'd think someone would lie about such a tr…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/12/2014 on Moses 0
#30 - anonexplains (10/12/2014) [-]
That shit looks baby bottom smooth.
#18 - What the hell... What is the picture of my tors…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/12/2014 on Moses +2
#25 - newdevyx (10/12/2014) [-]
That could be anyone's torso.
#29 - auryn (10/12/2014) [-]
Don't you think I'd recognize my own torso, bathroom in the picture THAT I TOOK MYSELF?
User avatar #20 - faguette (10/12/2014) [-]
prove it
#28 - auryn (10/12/2014) [-]
I don't know why you'd think someone would lie about such a trivial meaningless thing, but anyway, here's the original picture I posted a while back.
#30 - anonexplains (10/12/2014) [-]
That shit looks baby bottom smooth.
#17 - Comment deleted 10/12/2014 on Moses 0
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#91 - If only it were, because I certainly enjoyed Pocahontas a lot …  [+] (1 new reply) 10/12/2014 on Post ur movie 0
#98 - carbonlifeform (10/12/2014) [-]
i didn't say it was good i hated avatar.
they copied the story but did a very bad job at it.
kind of like that Friend who screws up jokes
#22 - >Implying his mother's uterus was in another state 10/12/2014 on Around the Internet PART 21 -2
#76 - To be honest he doesn't really look like he lifts at all. 10/12/2014 on ouch that burn +1
#88 - No, this cliché-ridden generic piece of a movie is genuinely …  [+] (3 new replies) 10/12/2014 on Post ur movie 0
#90 - carbonlifeform (10/12/2014) [-]
it's no generic it's pocahontas in space
#91 - auryn (10/12/2014) [-]
If only it were, because I certainly enjoyed Pocahontas a lot more.

Besides the alien gimmick doesn't prevent the characters and plot development from being generic.

It's a nice showcase of CGI, but has nothing to offer besides that.
#98 - carbonlifeform (10/12/2014) [-]
i didn't say it was good i hated avatar.
they copied the story but did a very bad job at it.
kind of like that Friend who screws up jokes
#87 - Although I agree with you on point, I stll enjoyed the movie. … 10/12/2014 on Post ur movie +1
#267 - Read again what I just said, you missed it. 10/12/2014 on tumblr 0
#207 - I think it's good to know all those things, but most of it is …  [+] (2 new replies) 10/11/2014 on tumblr 0
User avatar #208 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
It's a waste of time that could be spent learning knowledge you probably won't learn later on.
#267 - auryn (10/12/2014) [-]
Read again what I just said, you missed it.
#199 - I'm talking about very basic stuff. We're not talking…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/11/2014 on tumblr 0
User avatar #206 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
Almost everything you learn in school is life changing.

Do you know what your heart does? Do you know why you breathe and why you have blood? Do you know how your body works, and why it does what it does? Do you know how the government works? Do you know how the solar system works? Do you know how chemical reactions work? Do you know the basic laws of the universe? Do you know algebra? Do you know geometry? All of this and more is being taught for free at every school in America. And you should know almost all of this by the time you graduate. Without this you would not know what your doctor is talking about when he tells you why you are sick, you wouldn't know why laws are laws or why we have a government or what your rights are, you wouldn't know what the sun is, or what the earth is, or about energy or mass, or what shapes are and what makes them what they are, or how to compare equations to find an answer when the equation itself looks like a completely different language to someone who never learned it.

You could make it through your lifetime without all of this, but if everyone did the same a hundred years ago, things would be very different, because all of this would be nearly forgotten. You wonder why we are a first world country? Why we have such a high standard of living? Because there are certain people out there who put this knowledge to work.

If you honestly can't see why this is powerful knowledge, then you know very little about the world around you.

I would be outraged if schools taught basic things here and there. If I found myself learning something in a classroom I could just learn almost instantaneously from experience, I would drop out and devote myself to something more worthwhile to humanity.

You want to learn about the real world? Go be a part of it. I have to be. I have to have a part time job a long with going to school. I'm glad my life is more than a shitty job.
#207 - auryn (10/11/2014) [-]
I think it's good to know all those things, but most of it is definitely not life changing.

But that's not what I'm arguing here.

I'm saying they might as well INCLUDE it.

You need to realize that if it's stuff you need to figure out on your own anyway, there's no lost time and effort and you might actually save some.
There's really no downside.
User avatar #208 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
It's a waste of time that could be spent learning knowledge you probably won't learn later on.
#267 - auryn (10/12/2014) [-]
Read again what I just said, you missed it.
#196 - They shouldn't change the school system, that's not what I'm s… 10/11/2014 on tumblr 0
#193 - Anything they teach you at school you can figure out yourself,…  [+] (7 new replies) 10/11/2014 on tumblr 0
User avatar #198 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
And I don't think that you would be able to learn the anatomy of a cell if you didn't learn it in school. Just like almost nobody throughout history learned it. It wasn't general knowledge before it was discovered. It had to be discovered.

But if you have to know how to do taxes, everyone else around you knows how to do it, your parents figured it out, your older siblings figured it out. They certainly didn't figure out chemistry on their own, but they got taxes down.
User avatar #197 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
Because then how do useful people learn powerful knowledge? They have to be rich, they have to have a load of time, they have to have a load of support from their family. Then scientists, and doctors, and even teachers are rare just like they were a thousand years ago. Why devote several hours a day, several days a week, several weeks a month, several months a year to learning things you can already learn from your regular life?
#199 - auryn (10/11/2014) [-]
I'm talking about very basic stuff.

We're not talking months or years here, just a few hours here and there. What's a few hours in a lifetime?

Besides, 'powerful knowledge'? lol
What the hell are you on about?
User avatar #206 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
Almost everything you learn in school is life changing.

Do you know what your heart does? Do you know why you breathe and why you have blood? Do you know how your body works, and why it does what it does? Do you know how the government works? Do you know how the solar system works? Do you know how chemical reactions work? Do you know the basic laws of the universe? Do you know algebra? Do you know geometry? All of this and more is being taught for free at every school in America. And you should know almost all of this by the time you graduate. Without this you would not know what your doctor is talking about when he tells you why you are sick, you wouldn't know why laws are laws or why we have a government or what your rights are, you wouldn't know what the sun is, or what the earth is, or about energy or mass, or what shapes are and what makes them what they are, or how to compare equations to find an answer when the equation itself looks like a completely different language to someone who never learned it.

You could make it through your lifetime without all of this, but if everyone did the same a hundred years ago, things would be very different, because all of this would be nearly forgotten. You wonder why we are a first world country? Why we have such a high standard of living? Because there are certain people out there who put this knowledge to work.

If you honestly can't see why this is powerful knowledge, then you know very little about the world around you.

I would be outraged if schools taught basic things here and there. If I found myself learning something in a classroom I could just learn almost instantaneously from experience, I would drop out and devote myself to something more worthwhile to humanity.

You want to learn about the real world? Go be a part of it. I have to be. I have to have a part time job a long with going to school. I'm glad my life is more than a shitty job.
#207 - auryn (10/11/2014) [-]
I think it's good to know all those things, but most of it is definitely not life changing.

But that's not what I'm arguing here.

I'm saying they might as well INCLUDE it.

You need to realize that if it's stuff you need to figure out on your own anyway, there's no lost time and effort and you might actually save some.
There's really no downside.
User avatar #208 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
It's a waste of time that could be spent learning knowledge you probably won't learn later on.
#267 - auryn (10/12/2014) [-]
Read again what I just said, you missed it.
#183 - I don't think they should forget about the rest of the educati…  [+] (9 new replies) 10/11/2014 on tumblr 0
User avatar #186 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
You don't need to be taught to the simple things that you need to do. You should be able to learn those things on your own. Unless you have some kind of mental challenge, in which case of course you receive special treatment.

I'm 17, I know how to do taxes, I did not learn from school, and I am not a genius. There's a lot I don't know how to do, like how to buy a house or car, but I'm confident that I will learn. These things aren't like chemistry or biology. You can figure it out on your own, so do so.
#193 - auryn (10/11/2014) [-]
Anything they teach you at school you can figure out yourself, the information is all out there.

Things like doing taxes for instance might not be hard, but why not spend an hour in school clearing all the confusion out of the way and make it clear.

You don't see any absurdity in the fact that people are forced to learn vast amount of things for days, months, years that many of them will never or hardly ever use again, yet a lot of them don't know simple things like taxes or other stuff?

What's the downside? It's just a few things that would take very little time and effort to understand.


User avatar #198 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
And I don't think that you would be able to learn the anatomy of a cell if you didn't learn it in school. Just like almost nobody throughout history learned it. It wasn't general knowledge before it was discovered. It had to be discovered.

But if you have to know how to do taxes, everyone else around you knows how to do it, your parents figured it out, your older siblings figured it out. They certainly didn't figure out chemistry on their own, but they got taxes down.
User avatar #197 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
Because then how do useful people learn powerful knowledge? They have to be rich, they have to have a load of time, they have to have a load of support from their family. Then scientists, and doctors, and even teachers are rare just like they were a thousand years ago. Why devote several hours a day, several days a week, several weeks a month, several months a year to learning things you can already learn from your regular life?
#199 - auryn (10/11/2014) [-]
I'm talking about very basic stuff.

We're not talking months or years here, just a few hours here and there. What's a few hours in a lifetime?

Besides, 'powerful knowledge'? lol
What the hell are you on about?
User avatar #206 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
Almost everything you learn in school is life changing.

Do you know what your heart does? Do you know why you breathe and why you have blood? Do you know how your body works, and why it does what it does? Do you know how the government works? Do you know how the solar system works? Do you know how chemical reactions work? Do you know the basic laws of the universe? Do you know algebra? Do you know geometry? All of this and more is being taught for free at every school in America. And you should know almost all of this by the time you graduate. Without this you would not know what your doctor is talking about when he tells you why you are sick, you wouldn't know why laws are laws or why we have a government or what your rights are, you wouldn't know what the sun is, or what the earth is, or about energy or mass, or what shapes are and what makes them what they are, or how to compare equations to find an answer when the equation itself looks like a completely different language to someone who never learned it.

You could make it through your lifetime without all of this, but if everyone did the same a hundred years ago, things would be very different, because all of this would be nearly forgotten. You wonder why we are a first world country? Why we have such a high standard of living? Because there are certain people out there who put this knowledge to work.

If you honestly can't see why this is powerful knowledge, then you know very little about the world around you.

I would be outraged if schools taught basic things here and there. If I found myself learning something in a classroom I could just learn almost instantaneously from experience, I would drop out and devote myself to something more worthwhile to humanity.

You want to learn about the real world? Go be a part of it. I have to be. I have to have a part time job a long with going to school. I'm glad my life is more than a shitty job.
#207 - auryn (10/11/2014) [-]
I think it's good to know all those things, but most of it is definitely not life changing.

But that's not what I'm arguing here.

I'm saying they might as well INCLUDE it.

You need to realize that if it's stuff you need to figure out on your own anyway, there's no lost time and effort and you might actually save some.
There's really no downside.
User avatar #208 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
It's a waste of time that could be spent learning knowledge you probably won't learn later on.
#267 - auryn (10/12/2014) [-]
Read again what I just said, you missed it.
#171 - I spent 10 years in school, I use virtually nothing of what I'…  [+] (18 new replies) 10/11/2014 on tumblr 0
User avatar #175 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
Education isn't just about you. If something is practical information, you're bound to learn it at one point or another. But you will never learn what a mitochondrion is from practice. You will never learn what stars are, or how your body works, or chemistry from practice. And so people teach it to you. And if it doesn't help you, tough. You still have the responsibility to make sure humanity doesn't forget what it worked so hard to discover.

You really think humanity should just forget about algebra and geometry and science because teenagers couldn't be bothered to devote a few hours a week to learning them?

If you want to be a part of civilized humanity, you should at least carry the information.

Taxes and whatnot might help you thrive, but all of this "useless" or "tedious" information is what will make humanity thrive so long as it is made into basic knowledge.
#183 - auryn (10/11/2014) [-]
I don't think they should forget about the rest of the education.

What I mean is they might as well teach you something actually useful on top of what they already teach, just a little basic stuff.
User avatar #186 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
You don't need to be taught to the simple things that you need to do. You should be able to learn those things on your own. Unless you have some kind of mental challenge, in which case of course you receive special treatment.

I'm 17, I know how to do taxes, I did not learn from school, and I am not a genius. There's a lot I don't know how to do, like how to buy a house or car, but I'm confident that I will learn. These things aren't like chemistry or biology. You can figure it out on your own, so do so.
#193 - auryn (10/11/2014) [-]
Anything they teach you at school you can figure out yourself, the information is all out there.

Things like doing taxes for instance might not be hard, but why not spend an hour in school clearing all the confusion out of the way and make it clear.

You don't see any absurdity in the fact that people are forced to learn vast amount of things for days, months, years that many of them will never or hardly ever use again, yet a lot of them don't know simple things like taxes or other stuff?

What's the downside? It's just a few things that would take very little time and effort to understand.


User avatar #198 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
And I don't think that you would be able to learn the anatomy of a cell if you didn't learn it in school. Just like almost nobody throughout history learned it. It wasn't general knowledge before it was discovered. It had to be discovered.

But if you have to know how to do taxes, everyone else around you knows how to do it, your parents figured it out, your older siblings figured it out. They certainly didn't figure out chemistry on their own, but they got taxes down.
User avatar #197 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
Because then how do useful people learn powerful knowledge? They have to be rich, they have to have a load of time, they have to have a load of support from their family. Then scientists, and doctors, and even teachers are rare just like they were a thousand years ago. Why devote several hours a day, several days a week, several weeks a month, several months a year to learning things you can already learn from your regular life?
#199 - auryn (10/11/2014) [-]
I'm talking about very basic stuff.

We're not talking months or years here, just a few hours here and there. What's a few hours in a lifetime?

Besides, 'powerful knowledge'? lol
What the hell are you on about?
User avatar #206 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
Almost everything you learn in school is life changing.

Do you know what your heart does? Do you know why you breathe and why you have blood? Do you know how your body works, and why it does what it does? Do you know how the government works? Do you know how the solar system works? Do you know how chemical reactions work? Do you know the basic laws of the universe? Do you know algebra? Do you know geometry? All of this and more is being taught for free at every school in America. And you should know almost all of this by the time you graduate. Without this you would not know what your doctor is talking about when he tells you why you are sick, you wouldn't know why laws are laws or why we have a government or what your rights are, you wouldn't know what the sun is, or what the earth is, or about energy or mass, or what shapes are and what makes them what they are, or how to compare equations to find an answer when the equation itself looks like a completely different language to someone who never learned it.

You could make it through your lifetime without all of this, but if everyone did the same a hundred years ago, things would be very different, because all of this would be nearly forgotten. You wonder why we are a first world country? Why we have such a high standard of living? Because there are certain people out there who put this knowledge to work.

If you honestly can't see why this is powerful knowledge, then you know very little about the world around you.

I would be outraged if schools taught basic things here and there. If I found myself learning something in a classroom I could just learn almost instantaneously from experience, I would drop out and devote myself to something more worthwhile to humanity.

You want to learn about the real world? Go be a part of it. I have to be. I have to have a part time job a long with going to school. I'm glad my life is more than a shitty job.
#207 - auryn (10/11/2014) [-]
I think it's good to know all those things, but most of it is definitely not life changing.

But that's not what I'm arguing here.

I'm saying they might as well INCLUDE it.

You need to realize that if it's stuff you need to figure out on your own anyway, there's no lost time and effort and you might actually save some.
There's really no downside.
User avatar #208 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
It's a waste of time that could be spent learning knowledge you probably won't learn later on.
#267 - auryn (10/12/2014) [-]
Read again what I just said, you missed it.
User avatar #181 - heartbleed (10/11/2014) [-]
The problem is, obviously it's not working. You say it's made into basic knowledge, there are some people I've met who wouldn't even be able to do basic math to purchase something.
User avatar #182 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
And they are the people who think they don't need it. I know I'm an exception, so I know it does work, and I know you are wrong.
User avatar #184 - heartbleed (10/11/2014) [-]
Explain to me then how the people who are pushing this bullshit don't even know why we need it? I've asked teachers if they've ever needed to use some of the things I'm being taught only to have them grumble and divert the topic. I think that the school boards need to look over their curriculum and find something that works better in modern day society. Give the students more choice as to what they're learning and what they think would benefit their career choice best.
User avatar #191 - ryderjbudde (10/11/2014) [-]
I'm assuming we're talking about a scenario where you're in the middle of an algebra lesson, and your teacher says something like, "It's really important that you memorize the quadratic formula," and then some wise guy speaks up as if he's the voice of the generation and says, "When will I ever use this in my life?"

And then the teacher does his best to explain why they need to know it, but of course the only thing they can really say is, "Because you do, because you will be graded for it."

You want to know why? Because teachers don't know why you personally need to know it. Teachers don't know shit about you, and they don't have to. If you decide not to use the knowledge that humanity has worked so hard to find for millions of years, you still have it, or some of it, and someone else has some other part of it, or notion of it, and that's better than nothing. The average peasant today because of this is far intellectually superior to that of a thousand years ago. Our stupidest people are smarter. Humanity isn't going to just forget the information if it is all we learn for the first 18 years of our lives, and I am thankful for that.

And students do have a great deal of choice on what they learn after elementary school. If they want more specialization, they may go to college and study nearly exclusively what they need.

School isn't hurting you. It's making you smarter.
User avatar #265 - heartbleed (10/12/2014) [-]
During high school so far I've had very little choice. Maybe what of the two electives I'm granted are going to be, but even then all there is is shop class or art or something. even then my main problem isn't with classes as much as it's with the way things are taught. I pick up things rather quickly and having to do the same problem repeatedly about a hundred times to prove that I know a simple formula is infuriating. It's a waste of time on unpractical equations. If they could teach these unpractical equations in a way that allowed students to apply them to real world scenarios maybe there wouldn't be as much complaining. All this knowledge is useless and impractical if you don't know how to apply it, herein the problem.
User avatar #173 - kinginyellow (10/11/2014) [-]
But how do you decide what's practical? The reason to keep a large range of subjects in elementary school is because these kids probably won't have a clue what they want to do with their lives, hell that's why there are recommended classes in highschool to make sure kids don't leave the building without the courses they'd need for the career they want. And again, if people want to learn about adult life they should use the advantage we have today, the Internet. They should learn to look things up for themselves and learn by more than just school, that's learning to be responsible.

And personal anecdotes shouldn't change the school system, what others would find useless is up to them. Hell I never use English or anything they taught me about poems, but other friends of mine have gone on to write plays in the city using that same knowledge.
#196 - auryn (10/11/2014) [-]
They shouldn't change the school system, that's not what I'm saying.

I'm saying they might as well teach something useful we all get to deal with.
#40 - 10 minutes? Uhm.. awkward? 10/11/2014 on Sleeping 0

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User avatar #62 - maybetraffy (09/05/2014) [-]
you're not ajrin
User avatar #65 to #64 - maybetraffy (09/06/2014) [-]
death by dying
User avatar #63 to #62 - ajrin (09/05/2014) [-]
no he's not
#37 - konradkurze (04/24/2014) [-]
here have more LEARNING on FJ
#42 to #37 - auryn (04/24/2014) [-]
The fact that you think this would even annoy me the slightest cheers me up.

I wish I could thumb that comment up.
User avatar #46 to #42 - konradkurze (04/24/2014) [-]
so when someone else posts something educational and not funny to you, you bitch, when i do it, you want to thumb me up

logic is a white woman and youre the ****** raping her
#49 to #46 - auryn (04/25/2014) [-]
I didn't bitch.

I tried to explain the fallacy in your assumptions.

On the other hand, you started by rebuking the people who had a different opinion.
Haha, that hypocrisy thing again, huh.
User avatar #29 - drewsky (01/18/2013) [-]
You're literally on a track to get yourself banned from too many thumbs down because you feel the need to post your opinion. You know that, right?
#30 to #29 - auryn (01/18/2013) [-]
I need over 7500 more red thumbs to get close to that, so I've got a while.

Although I once managed to get over 9000 red thumbs within 3 weeks on my previous account.
Definitely worth the ********** .
#36 to #30 - konradkurze (04/24/2014) [-]
so you admit to what i said

you troll for fun
#38 to #36 - auryn (04/24/2014) [-]
I hardly do, check my previous comments.

And even if I did, it wouln't make a difference, my intentions doesn't take away from my arguments, even if I were trolling it doesn't mean I'm not right, and most certainly doesn't make any of what you said any less ridiculous. lol.
User avatar #39 to #38 - konradkurze (04/24/2014) [-]
ahem....9000 red thumbs in 3 weeks = Troll
#40 to #39 - auryn (04/24/2014) [-]
You're point being?
User avatar #41 to #40 - konradkurze (04/24/2014) [-]
stating my fact
youre a troll who comes here to be a dick for a giggle

again ill hope you hit puberty soon
#43 to #41 - auryn (04/24/2014) [-]
Yes, I come here for a giggle.

You're point being?
#45 to #43 - konradkurze (04/24/2014) [-]
* comes here for a giggle   
* bitches at me for having a different opinion
* comes here for a giggle
* bitches at me for having a different opinion
#47 to #45 - auryn (04/24/2014) [-]
I didn't bitch at you for having a different opinion.

I tried to explain some things to you that you had, and still have, difficulty understanding.
Things like that people might have thumbed the content down for other reasons.
User avatar #53 to #47 - konradkurze (04/25/2014) [-]
well you obviously dont know funnyjunkers

if you ever paid attention to them. they largely bitch at anything that contradicts mainstream ideals of political corectness

in the case of this pic, providing the non-PC truth about race/species, the FJ kids would bitch about it being 'racist'

then again you seem to devote your time to ************ others instead of paying attention to them
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#51 to #48 - auryn (04/25/2014) [-]
Read back all the comments of our conversation and you'll find that 90% of the ************ is done by you. I've said a thing or two but you resort to ungrounded insults pretty much every comment.

Hypocrisy much?
#50 to #48 - auryn (04/25/2014) [-]
Read back all the comments of our conversation and you'll find that 90% of the ************ is done by you. I've said a thing or two but you resort to ungrounded insults pretty much every comment.

Hypocrisy much?
#44 to #43 - auryn (04/24/2014) [-]
Your*
#31 to #30 - drewsky (01/18/2013) [-]
WHAT, 9000?!?!
#32 to #31 - auryn (01/18/2013) [-]
Haha, yeah.

It was on the ponytime channel, bronies are very easily to startle.
#33 to #32 - drewsky (01/18/2013) [-]
What if I told you that I'm a brony?
What if I told you that I'm a brony?
#35 to #34 - drewsky (01/18/2013) [-]
Well, then good day, sir.
Well, then good day, sir.
User avatar #14 - wittyuser (05/31/2012) [-]
your user name is my name without the L
inb4 cool story bro
#15 to #15 - auryn (05/31/2012) [-]
I picked Auryn because I liked the symbol of the talisman and what it represents, both depicting duality and infinity.
User avatar #55 to #15 - Falkor (05/21/2014) [-]
you didn't pick it for the neverending story? : (
#56 to #55 - auryn (05/21/2014) [-]
Ofcourse I did!

That's why I chose it in the first place.
User avatar #57 to #56 - Falkor (05/21/2014) [-]
i just looked up what talisman was, lol
User avatar #12 - kylecolb (05/05/2012) [-]
are you on bodybuilding.com? do you have a profile there? love that site
#13 to #12 - auryn (05/05/2012) [-]
I've read an assload of articles and threads on that site, but I don't have a profile.
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#7 - neededllama (04/02/2012) [-]
So you're gonna keep trolling?
Also, why did you choose this name, and not another Trek name?
Did you not want to be known as Trek anymore?
#8 to #7 - auryn (04/02/2012) [-]
I figured I'll just keep a low profile this time and keep the trolling to a minimum.

User avatar #3 - coolponyboy (03/29/2012) [-]
hey whats up?
#6 to #3 - auryn (03/31/2012) [-]
The sky.
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