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Re: Introductions

Reply #670 on: November 21, 2007, 03:28:59 am
Well since i didn't do this when i joined the forum i may aswell now...

Hi i'm heyy, The heyy, heyy13, or Kathleen. I'm a girl if you didn't notice from the real name, 17 in afew weeks and Australian. I love Magic the Gathering, 90s computer games, DnD, pixeling and music. I generally make big pixels (100x100 and bigger) but i'm trying to learn smaller is better. I mostly lurk in this forum and read the con-crit in the pixel art section. But i post on occasion.

Give me a computer with workstation, paint, some awsome beats on my suround sound, a pile of multi grain corn thins and a gorgious man tied to my bed and i'll be happy for hours. Wait... did i say hours? I meant weeks. ; )


Oh and Helm's love of goats makes me wonder if his parents were from New Zealand. ; )
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Re: Introductions

Reply #671 on: November 21, 2007, 03:46:51 am
and a gorgious man tied to my bed
Wait, tied?
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Re: Introductions

Reply #672 on: November 21, 2007, 04:09:01 am
and a gorgious man tied to my bed
Wait, tied?

Indeed, preferable but not necessary. I'm up for most things. ;)

(rofl)

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Re: Introductions

Reply #673 on: November 21, 2007, 04:27:50 am
Oh and Helm's love of goats makes me wonder if his parents were from New Zealand. ; )
Bloody Australians...
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Re: Introductions

Reply #674 on: November 21, 2007, 04:41:59 am
Oh and Helm's love of goats makes me wonder if his parents were from New Zealand. ; )
Bloody Australians...

Bloody New Zealander...

*shakes fist*

Get off my lawn!

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Re: Introductions

Reply #675 on: November 21, 2007, 02:18:25 pm
What's all this about New Zealand? We have much, much prouder and ancient...er history on the practise. Observe: An ancient Greek sodomizing a goat, plate XVII from 'De Figuris Veneris' by F.K. Forberg, illustrated by Édouard-Henri Avril from the wonderful wikipedia entry on Zoophilia.

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Re: Introductions

Reply #676 on: November 21, 2007, 11:13:36 pm
Arrrggg, traumatised. D:

The New Zealand thing is actually to do with sheep. It's a vicious cycle.

Australians think/make jokes about New Zealanders fucking sheep.
New Zealanders think/make jokes about Australians fucking sheep.
The English however seem to think we both fuck sheep. Also people in Whales.

xD

I've never heard of the Greek and the goat though. New fun fact.

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Re: Introductions

Reply #677 on: November 21, 2007, 11:24:57 pm
I think the old greeks liked to prod away at most things they could get their hands on.
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Re: Introductions

Reply #678 on: November 21, 2007, 11:31:33 pm

Australians think/make jokes about New Zealanders fucking sheep.
New Zealanders think/make jokes about Australians fucking sheep.
The English however seem to think we both fuck sheep. Also people in Whales.



You mean Wales? For a second there I was worried about Pinocchio being assualted by Australians.
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Re: Introductions

Reply #679 on: November 21, 2007, 11:37:17 pm
I think the old greeks liked to prod away at most things they could get their hands on.

more or less. But they were classy about it.