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#1403 - **stargatesturge rolled image ** Mercy... 05/30/2014 on Roll Your Rapist 0
#96 - Thanks for the tip. 05/25/2014 on are you wet yet 0
#59 - I have a few books that are worn purely from reading. My copy …  [+] (1 new reply) 05/25/2014 on are you wet yet 0
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#95 - stifflimb (05/25/2014) [-]
And peace and love from Sweden aswell, I have to admit I did the same and found my bed as I could barely stay awake when visiting the bathroom!
#57 - There are two people in that image. I deem it to be acceptable. 05/25/2014 on are you wet yet 0
#55 - That's a good way to keep them. I see a well-worn book as a ha…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/25/2014 on are you wet yet 0
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#58 - stifflimb (05/25/2014) [-]
Yeah but it gotta be well worn from pure out reading from me, I'm never afraid of reading a book even if it will hurt it. Ofc each it to their own.
It's not a waste, just dont want it to be the only thing I do a day.
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#59 - stargatesturge (05/25/2014) [-]
I have a few books that are worn purely from reading. My copy of Dreamcatcher by Stephen King I've read a minimum of six times (it's my go-to book for rereading when I just want something I've read before) and it's pretty run down. It doesn't help that I bought it second hand to begin with.
Apologies for cutting our conversation short, but I really have to get to bed. I worked all day and normally would have been asleep two hours ago. A good night to you (or good day, depending on where you are in the world. Peace and love from Canada.)
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#95 - stifflimb (05/25/2014) [-]
And peace and love from Sweden aswell, I have to admit I did the same and found my bed as I could barely stay awake when visiting the bathroom!
#51 - On a side note, though, nice roll. Very well related.  [+] (2 new replies) 05/25/2014 on are you wet yet 0
#52 - Orc (05/25/2014) [-]
**Orc rolled image** Thanks, bro. Can we go for two?
#57 - stargatesturge (05/25/2014) [-]
There are two people in that image. I deem it to be acceptable.
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#45 - I can understand that. I have a few really old books (oldest b…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/25/2014 on are you wet yet 0
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#50 - stifflimb (05/25/2014) [-]
Even if it's a new book or old I try to keep them as new as possible, although I got no especially old books, unless I find them interesting and fun to read I dont buy them, and that I sneak borrow some from the family when I find the chance.

When you reread books you always goes through them pretty quickly, about half the time of what it took originally. I also try to not spend to much time reading a day since it feels like you lose the day if you do that like when you sleep to long.
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#55 - stargatesturge (05/25/2014) [-]
That's a good way to keep them. I see a well-worn book as a happy book. It's all a matter of personal choice. I try to keep dirt and food away from them, obviously, but I don't feel like ink will do any harm.
All I really do (when not in school or working) is sew and do art, so I find reading to be a nice break. I don't see it is a waste. I see it as an adventure.
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#58 - stifflimb (05/25/2014) [-]
Yeah but it gotta be well worn from pure out reading from me, I'm never afraid of reading a book even if it will hurt it. Ofc each it to their own.
It's not a waste, just dont want it to be the only thing I do a day.
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#59 - stargatesturge (05/25/2014) [-]
I have a few books that are worn purely from reading. My copy of Dreamcatcher by Stephen King I've read a minimum of six times (it's my go-to book for rereading when I just want something I've read before) and it's pretty run down. It doesn't help that I bought it second hand to begin with.
Apologies for cutting our conversation short, but I really have to get to bed. I worked all day and normally would have been asleep two hours ago. A good night to you (or good day, depending on where you are in the world. Peace and love from Canada.)
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#95 - stifflimb (05/25/2014) [-]
And peace and love from Sweden aswell, I have to admit I did the same and found my bed as I could barely stay awake when visiting the bathroom!
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#43 - stifflimb (05/25/2014) [-]
I cant bring myself to do that, just feel I have to keep my books as intact as possible xD
If it's only a line or something I usually finds quickly after I open the book.
I dont go through that many books, usually goes for book series of pretty large books so they last a while.
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#45 - stargatesturge (05/25/2014) [-]
I can understand that. I have a few really old books (oldest being an 1899 edition of Boswell's Life of Johnson) that I keep in top condition, as well as a few newer but old-looking leather-bound editions of ancient medical texts (ie The Aphorisms of Hippocrates, De Mortu Cordis, etc.) that I refuse to even breathe on too closely. But if it's a modern thing, generally 1960-onwards, I'm okay with highlighting and such.
I read pretty quickly (I read The Lord of the Rings for the second time in two days), so I can get through quite a bit.
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#50 - stifflimb (05/25/2014) [-]
Even if it's a new book or old I try to keep them as new as possible, although I got no especially old books, unless I find them interesting and fun to read I dont buy them, and that I sneak borrow some from the family when I find the chance.

When you reread books you always goes through them pretty quickly, about half the time of what it took originally. I also try to not spend to much time reading a day since it feels like you lose the day if you do that like when you sleep to long.
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#55 - stargatesturge (05/25/2014) [-]
That's a good way to keep them. I see a well-worn book as a happy book. It's all a matter of personal choice. I try to keep dirt and food away from them, obviously, but I don't feel like ink will do any harm.
All I really do (when not in school or working) is sew and do art, so I find reading to be a nice break. I don't see it is a waste. I see it as an adventure.
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#58 - stifflimb (05/25/2014) [-]
Yeah but it gotta be well worn from pure out reading from me, I'm never afraid of reading a book even if it will hurt it. Ofc each it to their own.
It's not a waste, just dont want it to be the only thing I do a day.
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#59 - stargatesturge (05/25/2014) [-]
I have a few books that are worn purely from reading. My copy of Dreamcatcher by Stephen King I've read a minimum of six times (it's my go-to book for rereading when I just want something I've read before) and it's pretty run down. It doesn't help that I bought it second hand to begin with.
Apologies for cutting our conversation short, but I really have to get to bed. I worked all day and normally would have been asleep two hours ago. A good night to you (or good day, depending on where you are in the world. Peace and love from Canada.)
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#95 - stifflimb (05/25/2014) [-]
And peace and love from Sweden aswell, I have to admit I did the same and found my bed as I could barely stay awake when visiting the bathroom!
#40 - Things I read don't get too foggy, and if something gets a lit…  [+] (9 new replies) 05/24/2014 on are you wet yet 0
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#41 - stifflimb (05/24/2014) [-]
I can understand that, prefer owning my books also, nice feeling to always know you can pick it up and read them.
If I forget I usually ends up rereading the whole serie.

As do I, I really do recommend the series of Eragon cause to me it's purely an amazing story and will likely be my favorite all time book series for a very long time.
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#42 - stargatesturge (05/25/2014) [-]
I'm pretty good at remembering exactly where on a page something is, whether I remember the exact page or not, so it doesn't take me too long to find things. I'm also one of the fiends that highlights her favourite parts and dog-ears pages instead of using bookmarks, so owning my own books is also a polite measure to those I would otherwise borrow from. (I treat my friends' books well.) When someone borrows a book of mine, I ask that they also highlight their favourite parts in a different colour, signing their name in that colour in the front. I find it gives the book more personality.
I will definitely read it! It's been on my list for a while. I didn't get much reading done this year (only fifty books, which was initially just my summer goal) due to school work, so I still have a lot of reading to do before I can get to it. I have the entire Redwall series, A Song of Ice and Fire, Tales from Earthsea (the series of them), and a few others.
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#43 - stifflimb (05/25/2014) [-]
I cant bring myself to do that, just feel I have to keep my books as intact as possible xD
If it's only a line or something I usually finds quickly after I open the book.
I dont go through that many books, usually goes for book series of pretty large books so they last a while.
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#45 - stargatesturge (05/25/2014) [-]
I can understand that. I have a few really old books (oldest being an 1899 edition of Boswell's Life of Johnson) that I keep in top condition, as well as a few newer but old-looking leather-bound editions of ancient medical texts (ie The Aphorisms of Hippocrates, De Mortu Cordis, etc.) that I refuse to even breathe on too closely. But if it's a modern thing, generally 1960-onwards, I'm okay with highlighting and such.
I read pretty quickly (I read The Lord of the Rings for the second time in two days), so I can get through quite a bit.
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#50 - stifflimb (05/25/2014) [-]
Even if it's a new book or old I try to keep them as new as possible, although I got no especially old books, unless I find them interesting and fun to read I dont buy them, and that I sneak borrow some from the family when I find the chance.

When you reread books you always goes through them pretty quickly, about half the time of what it took originally. I also try to not spend to much time reading a day since it feels like you lose the day if you do that like when you sleep to long.
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#55 - stargatesturge (05/25/2014) [-]
That's a good way to keep them. I see a well-worn book as a happy book. It's all a matter of personal choice. I try to keep dirt and food away from them, obviously, but I don't feel like ink will do any harm.
All I really do (when not in school or working) is sew and do art, so I find reading to be a nice break. I don't see it is a waste. I see it as an adventure.
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#58 - stifflimb (05/25/2014) [-]
Yeah but it gotta be well worn from pure out reading from me, I'm never afraid of reading a book even if it will hurt it. Ofc each it to their own.
It's not a waste, just dont want it to be the only thing I do a day.
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#59 - stargatesturge (05/25/2014) [-]
I have a few books that are worn purely from reading. My copy of Dreamcatcher by Stephen King I've read a minimum of six times (it's my go-to book for rereading when I just want something I've read before) and it's pretty run down. It doesn't help that I bought it second hand to begin with.
Apologies for cutting our conversation short, but I really have to get to bed. I worked all day and normally would have been asleep two hours ago. A good night to you (or good day, depending on where you are in the world. Peace and love from Canada.)
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#95 - stifflimb (05/25/2014) [-]
And peace and love from Sweden aswell, I have to admit I did the same and found my bed as I could barely stay awake when visiting the bathroom!
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#215 - lordmandy (04/11/2015) [-]
...no more **** stories I guess?
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#183 to #182 - stargatesturge (08/12/2013) [-]
I manga more than I anime, but yes, I do.
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#186 to #184 - stargatesturge (08/13/2013) [-]
I shall keep an eye out for it.
I shall make my own suggestion: Doubt (also known as Rabbit Doubt). It's a short (500-800ish pages) horror manga. It can be found on MangaFox here: You need to login to view this link (Tonogai Yoshiki).
I read it one night in one go (about two in the morning until four in the morning; big mistake) and it was AWESOME!
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#188 to #187 - stargatesturge (08/13/2013) [-]
Understandable. It's August here right now so I don't have school for another month. Are you taking summer courses or is it a different season there? *is terrible at geography related things*
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#191 to #189 - stargatesturge (08/13/2013) [-]
(Despite popular belief, Canada DOES have summer. ;p)
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#193 to #192 - stargatesturge (08/13/2013) [-]
...Dude, that's been our summer temperature where I live for the past week or two...
CANADA IS COLD!!! D: I THOUGHT IT WAS ALL LIES!!!
15 C is considered cold elsewhere?!
*lies in ball of self-loathing* Lies...it's all been lies...
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#196 to #194 - stargatesturge (08/13/2013) [-]
I always thought that 15C was quite warm and 30C unbearably hot. My whole life is a lie.
I always thought that 15C was quite warm and 30C unbearably hot. My whole life is a lie.
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#198 to #197 - stargatesturge (08/13/2013) [-]
I honestly don't know how to feel about this. I always thought that the people on the internet were exaggerating our climate.
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#200 to #199 - stargatesturge (08/13/2013) [-]
Oh, we do. As far as I remember from high school culinary, fridges need to be kept between four and eight degrees Celsius. I could be wrong, though.
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#203 to #201 - stargatesturge (08/13/2013) [-]
We use it to keep food cool. Freezers are under 0C and keep food frozen.
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#205 to #204 - stargatesturge (08/13/2013) [-]
Most of them have regulators to prevent that, but when it does your Mountain Dew freezes.
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#190 to #189 - stargatesturge (08/13/2013) [-]
I see. I start school again on the second of September. It's late summer here.
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#168 to #167 - stargatesturge (08/02/2013) [-]
Oooh, that's really pretty! It looks like watercolour, but I have a feeling it's a bit of a mixed medium?
Have a giant line of shortbread cookies.
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#170 to #169 - stargatesturge (08/02/2013) [-]
I've listened to them since I was a kid; I started with a burned copy of their first CD. I haven't really kept up with them, though; the last one album I know of them was their Life Starts Now album. When did the new one come out?
Have some more cookies.
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#172 to #171 - stargatesturge (08/02/2013) [-]
D: That's a shame! I'll have to listen to it sometime, but I'm also trying to catch up on The Used right now (got their Vulnerable album a few months back and still haven't really listened to it much). I'm caught up with MCR, but that's just too sad to thing about. My heart breaks whenever I do.
I don't have any more cookie pictures, so here's my tea kettle Paul with some hazelnuts.
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#174 to #173 - stargatesturge (08/02/2013) [-]
I was the same way with My Chemical Romance (MCR)'s new album. It was good, but it wasn't them...
Here's one of their older songs:
My Chemical Romance - I'm Not Okay (I Promise) Official Music Video
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#176 to #175 - stargatesturge (08/02/2013) [-]
The 3DG lyrics definitely sound like them, but the instruments are a bit different than they used to be. Not bad, though. I forgot how much I loved them.
What other bands do you listen to? Ever heard of Van Canto? They're an a capella metal band. They have a pretty good cover of Master of Puppets.
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#178 to #177 - stargatesturge (08/02/2013) [-]
I've heard of most of those, but haven't really listened to any of them for a prolonged length of time. I don't have much Spanish music.
I'm a huge fan of AFI, Andrew Lloyd Webber (no judging), Band of Horses, Demonhunter, David Bowie, Flyleaf, basically anything I've been around a lot that my sister listened to when I was young.
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#180 to #179 - stargatesturge (08/02/2013) [-]
I may or may not have utterly rocked out to Under Pressure in a Montanna's restaurant on Tuesday. There's reasons people don't take me places...
Oooh, have you ever heard of He is Legend? If not, I suggest checking out "China White II" to start.
Alas, I must sleep. Good night, my friend. Watch out for the cougar.
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#156 to #155 - stargatesturge (07/01/2013) [-]
I don't know which one you found that you're referring to, but okay. (I haven't capped my own; I simply find interesting ones already capped. Have another; I hope it's not the one you already found.)
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#158 to #157 - stargatesturge (07/01/2013) [-]
Dude! How's it? Haven't heard from you in ages!
Hmm...How about this one? (I'm afraid the one you have is probably my best poop story. I have some from when FJ was on a 4chan Tard spree if you're interested?)
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#160 to #159 - stargatesturge (07/01/2013) [-]
Tard Stories it is! Enjoy the tale of Fats McGee and his Retard Three. (Sorry that it's a bit small. Still legible, though.)
What type of band?
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#162 to #161 - stargatesturge (07/02/2013) [-]
I like all forms of music. Are you posting the stuff on youtube? I'll check it out if you are.
Sorry 'bout that. Have another. Say hello...to Neil. (This one is my favourite. It's been around a few times, but never loses its touch. I have a longer one saved, but it's too big to send. :/ Sorry. )
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#164 to #163 - stargatesturge (07/02/2013) [-]
Sounds like it. XD
Here are a few individual ones:
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#166 to #165 - stargatesturge (07/02/2013) [-]
Aye. I need to go to bed soon (meaning I'll probably browse the web unwillingly for another hour), so good night to you.
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#147 to #146 - stargatesturge (04/09/2013) [-]
Exam season. 'Tis why I have been absent for so long. And yourself, my friend?
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#149 to #148 - stargatesturge (04/09/2013) [-]
I have end-of-year exams over on this end.
I'm in Canada. :D
I have a student in mine.
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#151 to #150 - stargatesturge (04/09/2013) [-]
Aye, we have discussed this. ^_^
*looks out window* . . . Yep. There's still a wee bit.
*approaches friend with shoe* He will never know what hit him...
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#136 to #135 - stargatesturge (02/21/2013) [-]
Actually, I'm a carburetor.
(My name is Holley.)
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#138 to #137 - stargatesturge (02/21/2013) [-]
Life's pretty good. I've spent the past few days working overtime on my Pony orders. I just finished my stallion prototype (for the second time) and...well...
I sewed his head on upside down...
But! I only have two Ponies' worth of embroidering left to do! Then I can sew them all together over March Break! :D I have eight orders right now so I'll be happy to be done. :p
You? How's life, man?
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#140 to #139 - stargatesturge (02/21/2013) [-]
Ahhh. We're near March Break here (reading week, I guess it's called here at uni, but it's in March so oh well. :p) so I'll be working a lot then.
You could take a walk perhaps? Walks are fun. :D
I've been taking way too many midnight walks to Tim Horton's...
Microphone? For your computer?
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#142 to #141 - stargatesturge (02/22/2013) [-]
Right. I have one built into my laptop, so I've never needed one. :)
I like walks. :D
...
Speaking of which...
I think it's time for Timmy's...
(It's Roll-Up-The-Rim season. :D)
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#144 to #143 - stargatesturge (02/22/2013) [-]
(Haven't gone yet, heading out in a few)
Essentially, when you're done your drink you roll up the paper rim on the side of the cup. There's a 1 in 6 chance of winning a food prize such as a free beverage of any size, a free doughnut, etc. There are also camping packs, grills, giftcards, and even cars.
Every night I go to Tim Horton's and drink French Vanilla coffees until I lose. I generally get one or two coffees in before I go home. I have a friend who once got through eight coffees before losing.
Anyway, I need to go, coffee calls (I'm thinking a maple-pecan Danish, too.) Sorry I can't chat longer. :p
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#125 to #124 - stargatesturge (02/05/2013) [-]
That happens to you a lot, methinks. :p
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#127 to #126 - stargatesturge (02/06/2013) [-]
I do not understand the hubbub about coloured text, I'm afraid. Isn't there an option to change the text colour in the comment box? *checks* . . . white, grey, and black? . . . WHAT KIND OF COLOUR SELECTION IS THAT?!?!?!
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#129 to #128 - stargatesturge (02/06/2013) [-]
Interesting. What does one do to acquire coloured text?   
*using grey just to get some use from it*   
Picture of a lion hugging a man because my day has been poor.
Interesting. What does one do to acquire coloured text?
*using grey just to get some use from it*
Picture of a lion hugging a man because my day has been poor.
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#131 to #130 - stargatesturge (02/06/2013) [-]
Broke a teapot. That's not a big deal, but that's the third one this month. I can't seem to keep them alive. The one I broke today was coated halfway in plastic and I STILL managed to break it.    
I have spent $60 on teapots this month alone.    
This time, I bought a stainless steel one.    
If it breaks, I'm giving up and switching to coffee.    
(Plus all the knuckles on my left hand are skinned, making it hard to clench a fist.)   
The day hasn't been horrid, just...poor.
Broke a teapot. That's not a big deal, but that's the third one this month. I can't seem to keep them alive. The one I broke today was coated halfway in plastic and I STILL managed to break it.
I have spent $60 on teapots this month alone.
This time, I bought a stainless steel one.
If it breaks, I'm giving up and switching to coffee.
(Plus all the knuckles on my left hand are skinned, making it hard to clench a fist.)
The day hasn't been horrid, just...poor.
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#133 to #132 - stargatesturge (02/06/2013) [-]
If I do it, there'll be a post about it for sure.
(My best bet is to find one completely rubber that will literally bounce when dropped. Here's hoping.)
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#102 to #101 - stargatesturge (12/25/2012) [-]
Understood. :) Talk to you in a few days, then!
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#104 to #103 - stargatesturge (12/26/2012) [-]
That's good! :D
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#85 to #84 - stargatesturge (11/06/2012) [-]
I know I said I would...but...there's people there...I don't know how to deal with people...what do I do? Just post a comment about how amazing Ponies are?
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#87 to #86 - stargatesturge (11/06/2012) [-]
Okay...Where do I find this "Pony Board"...? I will attempt to make communication after class...
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#89 to #88 - stargatesturge (11/06/2012) [-]
Okay...I left a comment....*hides under covers*
Okay...I left a comment....*hides under covers*
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#92 to #91 - stargatesturge (11/21/2012) [-]
Ah! Apologies for late reply, so many notifications kept popping up I must have missed this one!   
It was...interesting. I don't know if I can go back. There were a lot of people.
Ah! Apologies for late reply, so many notifications kept popping up I must have missed this one!
It was...interesting. I don't know if I can go back. There were a lot of people.
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#95 to #94 - stargatesturge (11/22/2012) [-]
Ah, understood.
It...it was interesting...but still...a lot of people...I didn't know how to talk to them...I might go back in a few months...or years....or never...
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