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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Vermin Surpreme
« on: April 30, 2015, 01:43:49 pm »
UKIP in general are pretty discordian.

"My mind is clear and my buttocks are smooth - Vote UKIP" One of their entities came out with that recently and it's baffling beyond words. These fuckers are actually insane. "Sane, with a shaved arse? Vote for racists!"

Fucked if I know.

Some days I want to be British so much it hurts.

The pain is your Cornish blood, which I continue to advise is best dealt with by regular leeching

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Mmm, corporate sponsored goons has such a pulpy yumminess to it.

I've done far worse in prior jobs.    :lol:

But it does occur to me that I've become a bad person over the last 10 years.

I don't think so, but if I were you I would be on the lookout for those goddamn Hardy boys before they come for you.

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Mmm, corporate sponsored goons has such a pulpy yumminess to it.

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There is nothing actually wrong with expressing that you are interested in a person. People do it all the time, and if it doesn't work out they get over it. It's pretty normal to be attracted to friends. The problem occurs when that is the only thing you see in that person, and when a rejection leads to resentment.

I have been there, and I would be very much surprised if most people haven't. I remain in love with a friend, and we are both aware of it, and when we see one another we enjoy each others' company and talk about trivialities like any two people do.

Your results may vary. Your male friend's advice may be the best one, because as a third party he probably has a better assessment of the situation.

Very common: http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php?topic=36875.msg1359314#msg1359314

Yeah! I think by "they get over it" I really meant "it continues to burn for years and casual conversations feel like you're screaming and puking up your soul but it's a good feeling because it's messy and it reminds you that you're human."

I really did not convey that part properly.   :lulz:

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There is nothing actually wrong with expressing that you are interested in a person. People do it all the time, and if it doesn't work out they get over it. It's pretty normal to be attracted to friends. The problem occurs when that is the only thing you see in that person, and when a rejection leads to resentment.

I have been there, and I would be very much surprised if most people haven't. I remain in love with a friend, and we are both aware of it, and when we see one another we enjoy each others' company and talk about trivialities like any two people do.

Your results may vary. Your male friend's advice may be the best one, because as a third party he probably has a better assessment of the situation.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Random News Stories
« on: April 28, 2015, 01:34:47 am »
MORE OF THIS SORT OF THING

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I believe it was Enki originally, gloriously not getting some joke or another.

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What the fuck are you doing running down high school kids. Man I love this series.  :lulz:

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I don't even know what that IS.  :lulz:

What LMNO said.

Also, it's a guy dancing surrounded by 9 Flex Mentallo clones.  Which makes me gibber with glee.

Actually, it's Jason Statham.  :lulz: He did a lot of modeling before becoming an actor. Here's the whole video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWu3JqLMImY

You're welcome.

Iason Statham

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Literate Chaotic / Re: ITT: Original Story Ideas
« on: April 18, 2015, 03:01:24 pm »
In the filming of Star Wars (1977) George Lucas subconsciously alluded to a series of gruesome murders he committed during film school. In subsequent decades he vehemently disavowed the original film in favor or recuts and enhanced editions that eliminated his coded confession. Painstaking fan made recreations of the original lead to a horrifying discovery.

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Think for Yourself, Schmuck! / Re: Is chaos about order?
« on: April 17, 2015, 01:01:24 pm »




Who wants a muffin?

What is that gif? and why was my first thoughts"what is that?"  followed by "Wonder what it giving a bj would feel like."

It's from Alice by Jan Švankmajer, a Czech filmmaker.  He does all sorts of surrealist stop-motion films, and other stuff.  Easily google-able.

OH MAN AWESOME I'LL HAVE TO...

CZECH IT OUT

BAHAHAHA

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Is that a flounce post? Oh please let that be a flounce post.

I don't know, I thought the previous one was a flounce post.

IF ONLY THERE WERE SOME FORM OF COMMUNICATION WHERE SPECIFIC STRUNG TOGETHER SYMBOLS CONVEYED MEANING

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