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Sabator - Sat Feb 26, 2005 6:39 am
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kiro wrote:
GOD FUCKING SHIT DAMN THE FUCKING SHIT TO FUCKING HELL I FUCKING HATE THIS FUCKING SHIT WHAT THE FUCK

H Hog - Sat Feb 26, 2005 8:21 am
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Seriously.
Ever since Areo changed his name, it's been like...

Shit fuck fucking fuck shit shitty shit fuck fucking fuck.
Shit? Fucking shit fuck!
Fuck shit shitting shit fuck, shitting fuck fucking fuck shit shit.
Fuck.


...like reading through Dave Kelly's "Big Ones" archive in one sitting.
Oni Lukos - Sat Feb 26, 2005 8:55 am
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...wasn't he making fun of Neil at that point?
TaeshiLH - Sat Feb 26, 2005 9:51 am
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.. Wait.. wasn't Aero the really sweet one that was very considerate to me back at that Avatar topic? "O_O"

Oh my gawd.. now that's a gigantic leap of change.. how horrifying.. <=\ For a while, I just thought it was a creepy new member that was terrorizing.. I didn't think he was originally a member here.. pyo ";_;" Alas.
Evan - Sat Feb 26, 2005 10:00 am
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Heehee. And I thought I had dramatic mood swings.

This takes the cake. ^_^

...Seriously though, Aero, I thought, was a nice guy. Now he's getting into all this 'ANGST LIFE DEATH LIFE DEATH FUCK YOU FUCKERS FUCK THE FUCKING FUCK OUT OF YOU ANGST LOLOL."
TaeshiLH - Sat Feb 26, 2005 10:10 am
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Yeah ";_;" Oh, how the mighty have fallen..

This seriously takes me by surprise, I swear XD I even went back to the topic to see if this guy really WAS Aero.. and to my dismay, it's the truth ;.; Pyopyoooo..
Sabator - Sat Feb 26, 2005 11:49 am
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TaeshiLH wrote:
...XD...


NO QUOTATIONS! omfg
Neil Lafrenais - Sat Feb 26, 2005 11:52 am
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She only does quotations on "XDDD", not "XD", dumbass.

And yeah, if he was making fun of me, it isn't very new and original. Mangagagaga did that first, bucko.

TRY A NEW GIMMICK
Hol Tiger - Sat Feb 26, 2005 11:56 am
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Oh my my this here Kyle guy maybe Hol Tiger someday late...... Whoopsie *backs up*
Sabator - Sat Feb 26, 2005 12:24 pm
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Neil Lafrenais wrote:
She only does quotations on "XDDD", not "XD", dumbass.


Down boy, sorry I can't memorize some random internet person's EXACT STYLE OF TYPING.
BlueJoshi - Sat Feb 26, 2005 2:25 pm
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This isn't really that big of a change. He's gotten like that quite a few times before.
Jolly Joes - Sat Feb 26, 2005 2:32 pm
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Neil Lafrenais wrote:


And yeah, if he was making fun of me, it isn't very new and original.



But, you were never an angsty person...

...were you?

Neil Lafrenais - Sat Feb 26, 2005 3:53 pm
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The swearing thing, I mean.
Lob Tiger - Sat Feb 26, 2005 4:17 pm
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seriously fluffers
Jackel - Sat Feb 26, 2005 4:34 pm
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Perhapes it's some sort of sick dare?
Lob Tiger - Sat Feb 26, 2005 4:37 pm
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to fluf on a floko fluffin flufferin fluff-stick
Sabator - Sat Feb 26, 2005 5:54 pm
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Dares don't last this long.
Evan - Sat Feb 26, 2005 5:59 pm
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...Who's to say he knew that?
BlueJoshi - Sat Feb 26, 2005 6:08 pm
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It's not a dare, it's just something that happens every once in a while. He starts binge drinking or whatever and becomes either a total ass or a total idiot. It's happened a few times before. The only difference is this time he seems to be swearing a bit more.
Evan - Sat Feb 26, 2005 6:17 pm
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Yes, I'm aware that he's done this before, but I've never seen it, so this is kind of strange for me.

I'll stick to soda, thanks.
Neil Lafrenais - Sat Feb 26, 2005 6:27 pm
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I'm so glad I don't drink heavily. Just a nice glass of the red for me every week or so, thanks. I'm such a classy guy.
NeroMan - Sat Feb 26, 2005 6:38 pm
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Remember that guy Doom hero? what was his fucking deal?
H Hog - Sun Feb 27, 2005 6:31 pm
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What about him?
I don't recall there being much of a "deal" about him.
TaeshiLH - Sun Feb 27, 2005 6:47 pm
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*Giggles* I thought you knew already that I didn't quote the XD-expression. I guess Sensei memorized all my different quirks =D How honoring in a way! *Spins*

And yeah.. I didn't think it would be a dare considering that nobody mentioned it once o.o I remember being in the flashchat with Kiro and everyone was telling him to go away and relax because he kept screaming and swearing.. and I'm sure that if it was a dare, people woulda been giggling and not annoyed by it instead.

Aww.. okay, Joshi <=\ I was scared he changed completely.. so it was only temporary ;.; Okay.. how scary, though! I was never here when he had those swings of his so I didn't know.

I'll never drink beer XD I remember Father actually offered up a chocolate with liquor inside it and I felt semi-dizzy after eating it ":|" Plus, the taste sucked.. so no beer for me.
Teflon - Sun Feb 27, 2005 6:48 pm
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I don't recall Doom Hero having a problem. I thought he wasn't too bad really.
Kiro - Sun Feb 27, 2005 7:04 pm
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Because I mix Paxil with Alcohol. :)
TaeshiLH - Sun Feb 27, 2005 7:17 pm
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You shouldn't, though ";__;" I don't think drinking excessively is the greatest thing to do "XD;" Could harm your health and all..

And doesn't mixing things along with the alcohol make it even worse?
Kiro - Sun Feb 27, 2005 7:32 pm
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Well it says to be cautious when drinking with Paxil. Except that's probably a bunch of b.s. because you shouldn't even drink or need Paxil in the first place.

Only reason I think I got on Paxil is because I have post-traumatic anxiety disorder which is probably caused from smoking for... almost going on 4 years now. I've just been reading about smoking and heart arrhythmia, and yep...

Although I did have sort of an obsessive compulsive disorder as a child, I'm not exactly sure if I still do. I think everyone has OCD to some degree.

So right now I'm doing research on these things at the moment so I can quit worrying about it, and quit smoking.
TaeshiLH - Sun Feb 27, 2005 7:37 pm
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Well.. obviously mixing things that you shouldn't be taking in the first place will bring more of a risk, wouldn't it? "o_o;" Like mixing rat poison and vinegar.. you shouldn't be drinking those things in the first place.. so why mix them together? How does that suddenly make taking them any better?

.. ";___;" Binge drinking and smoking for four years? That's really dangerous! You really should watch out for your health.. c'mon now. Best of luck with the quitting smoking bit, too <=D You can do iiiiit!
Evan - Sun Feb 27, 2005 7:40 pm
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I have OCD. I'm compulsively obsessive. Once I like something I just can't stop talking about it. >_>
Keith Stack - Sun Feb 27, 2005 7:55 pm
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Evan wrote:
I have OCD. I'm compulsively obsessive. Once I like something I just can't stop talking about it. >_>

Doesn't Tenniru also have that?
TaeshiLH - Sun Feb 27, 2005 8:06 pm
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Ahaha.. I also have that issue "XD;" I think it's more obsession with the show/game/whatever rather than being obsessive-compulsive. I tend to at times ramble to Souppy about the same thing.. but I normally stop myself because most of the time, he never even heard of it.. or really seen it enough to make a judging on it.

I have a compulsement of turning off the lights, though ":|" If they're not being used, I have to turn them off.. same with faucets. Just makes me freak out if they're on and nobody's using them.
Kiro - Sun Feb 27, 2005 8:07 pm
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Haha, yeah I've been telling myself that forever. I'm sure I can, if I find a way. And well, I found a way. To scare the - out of myself, it's the only weapon I can only use and thus I have to do it myself.

Although, I was wrong and I have to apologize to Squiggles or was it Blue... I don't remember. But I apologize. Actually I owe a lot of people. Except I don't want you to take it all like it's not going to happen again because it might. I'll admit. Thus, and I'm not saying I'm going to on purpose. It really isn't the "on purpose" in it at all. You are controlled by it, yep you were right. You have control, except you give in to it's control, and it's control is more than your own. It's sort of like a "demonic possession" after a while.

Basically it all starts when you drink something. You like how it feels such as any other drug. Then you start wanting it more, and you abuse it. It's good you don't like feeling that way, by the way. I don't like feeling high when tried smoking pot, so I don't smoke it. I have nothing against the drug because it's been used since the start of men basically and it's purely organic substance which it's %'s of killing you, and by how the drug works, are dramatically low, if you were to set aside the factor of the tar that it puts in your lungs which.. well I'm rambling. I'm against cocaine, heroine, .. uh... ex, speed, oxycottin. All that crap, it's just stupid. So I mean I can see where people are coming from when they don't like alcohol. I'll say also, when I start getting pissed off when drinking it, I get pissed off at myself because I'm pissed off and I wish it wouldn't make you that way. And I get pissed off because of the science in it, and how it's such a toxic substance after it's broken down in the body. It pisses me off... I hate it yet, I love it. So, I don't know really what to do. I guess I'm just going to have something to drink, something like... something strong, and enjoy it that day and not do it for like a month or two.

Again.. I say all that because I don't know if it will happen again, the only way I can prevent it is to either just not have as much or not drink at all. Which, I don't want to not drink at all. Then it's harder because when you do just drink that one time, you want to do it all the time.

I think I might just jog and stuff and get in shape, eat healthy and then drink. Seems balanced enough if not healthy in the long run.


Then if you want to like... learn:
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Anxiety: Anxiety is the most common diagnosed mental illness in the United States. Anxiety disorders include generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), panic attacks, phobias and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

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Anxiety

1. A state of uneasiness and apprehension, as about future uncertainties.
2. A cause of anxiety: For some people, air travel is a real anxiety.
2. Psychiatry. A state of apprehension, uncertainty, and fear resulting from the anticipation of a realistic or fantasized threatening event or situation, often impairing physical and psychological functioning.
3. Eager, often agitated desire: my anxiety to make a good impression.

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Hmm, interesting. Let's see how to prevent Anxiety, *looks this up*

# Take care of your body by eating a well-balanced diet. Include a multivitamin when you can't always eat right.
# Avoid alcohol, and reduce or eliminate your consumption of sugar and caffeine.
# Take time out for yourself every day. Even 20 minutes of relaxation or doing something pleasurable for yourself can be restorative and decrease your overall anxiety level.
# Trim a hectic schedule to its most essential items, and do your best to avoid activities you don't find relaxing.
# Keep an anxiety journal. Rank your anxiety on a 1-to-10 scale. Note the event during which you felt anxious. Jot down any feeling or thought you had just before you got anxious. Keep track of things that make you more anxious or less anxious.
# If you begin to hyperventilate, exhale into a paper bag and inhale the air within the bag. This increases the amount of carbon dioxide you are inhaling, which can reduce the urge to hyperventilate. Inhaling from a bag will help relieve any dizziness or tingling you might feel.


Haha, an anxiety journal. That's pretty funny.

I tried meditation, it actually worked. My mom thought I was falling away from my religion or something, but that's entirely not true. Even though it has some idolized symbols or "atmosphere" of it, it's still a medical procedure.
Duckboy - Sun Feb 27, 2005 8:09 pm
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grargh.
Way too much to read for fluff
TaeshiLH - Sun Feb 27, 2005 8:17 pm
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Ahh.. okay.. I think it'd be best if you cut down on the beer. Having one or two isn't so harmful, but it actually turns very harmful if you start having tons of it.. so maybe you should just try and control yourself.. and just slowly try to decrease in drinking.. I guess it's like smoking. If you try and quit all of a sudden, it's not gonna work.. you have to give it time and slowly decrease in using.

My Father only drinks one or two beers now XD He used to drink a lot back then and become.. insane.. but he quit now after finding out how much it upset me ":|" I'm kinda now the supervisor for him. If I see him drinking, I kinda badger him teasingly that it will be his only one.. and that's it.

I know it sounds annoying of me, but he's always the one that's gonna drive me home ":|;" So I don't want him going crazy and killing both of us.. plus, drinking too much will hurt him.. and I don't want Father getting hurt.
Squiggles the Chao - Sun Feb 27, 2005 8:30 pm
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It's not healthy to try to gradually step off of beer: it never works. You have to make a firm commitment to stop drinking, and then you have to stop. Slowing down doesn't work, because it still feeds the addiction, which only makes it worse.

Many people just don't think they can do it that way by themselves. I've seen many people turn to God through AA, and, feeling that they have a powerful force helping them, have stopped. It wasn't the route I took; it's possible to do it alone, but some people have trouble with that. AA probably the only subset of religion that I have any respect for, because it does such great things. If you really need help, go get help.
Kiro - Sun Feb 27, 2005 8:48 pm
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Oh I totally agree with you because I've done that before many times to where I'll not touch a drop for about 3 months or more. It's the pain of it when you want more out of it when you start up again, that gets you hooked again. I have a family history of people who drink also. On my mom's side she lost her father to it. So I know that's in me, I do believe it. Well, not the drinking but the anxiety possibly that permits yourself to go and grab it all the time.

I mean the only permanent way to not even have a possibility to turning into that state again is to just not do it the rest of your life but I find that a big obstacle for anyone who's been under a good influence of it. But like Taeshi said, her father has like 2 beers or something. And there's no problem with that as long as you just keep it there at 2 beers. But yes, it is such a dormitory devil. I suppose... live and learn. The more you know and the more experience you get from it (And of course I mean knowing what harm it can do), you can control it more and still enjoy it.
TaeshiLH - Sun Feb 27, 2005 9:03 pm
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Aww.. I didn't know that, Squiggles! People normally recommend you gradually stop smoking so I assumed it would be the same for drinking or something "XD;" I guess that really shows how unaware of some things I am.. so that was a bad suggestion "XD;" Bad to suggest when you don't even know all too much about it.. sorry.

But yeah.. maybe train yourself to only take about two beers? Father used to be really hooked to it.. mostly because he used to be very depressed and down back then.. but he tried to get himself out of drinking too much and he did. He still does, but not enough to render him insane o.o
Zhan Dvega - Sun Feb 27, 2005 9:34 pm
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Only reason I think I got on Paxil is because I have post-traumatic anxiety disorder which is probably caused from smoking for... almost going on 4 years now. I've just been reading about smoking and heart arrhythmia, and yep...


So, smoking for 4 years is on par to going to war for several years?

...you brave souls deserve the ENTIRE restaurant.
BlueJoshi - Sun Feb 27, 2005 10:01 pm
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"Like mixing rat poison and vinegar.. you shouldn't be drinking those things in the first place.. so why mix them together?"

Because they just taste so gooooooood ;-;
Kiro - Sun Feb 27, 2005 10:15 pm
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Zhan Dvega wrote:
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Only reason I think I got on Paxil is because I have post-traumatic anxiety disorder which is probably caused from smoking for... almost going on 4 years now. I've just been reading about smoking and heart arrhythmia, and yep...


So, smoking for 4 years is on par to going to war for several years?

...you brave souls deserve the ENTIRE restaurant.


Honestly, yes. I'm sure they have it a bit worse though.
Sz - Mon Feb 28, 2005 3:46 pm
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Kiro wrote:
Zhan Dvega wrote:
Quote:
Only reason I think I got on Paxil is because I have post-traumatic anxiety disorder which is probably caused from smoking for... almost going on 4 years now. I've just been reading about smoking and heart arrhythmia, and yep...


So, smoking for 4 years is on par to going to war for several years?

...you brave souls deserve the ENTIRE restaurant.


Honestly, yes. I'm sure they have it a bit worse though.

Have you ever fought in live combat? If not, please don't make any comment about how your experiences with addition are similar. :E
BlueJoshi - Mon Feb 28, 2005 3:49 pm
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I dunno, man, addition can be pretty tough. This one time, I was adding some numbers, and BAM! Blew my hand right off.
Kiro - Mon Feb 28, 2005 3:52 pm
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Sz needs to read:

http://beta.health.yahoo.com/centers/anxiety/96410033.html
H Hog - Mon Feb 28, 2005 3:53 pm
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.... LMFAO @ BlueJoshi. =P

I can proudly say I've never started smoking, and I drink only in moderation, too.

...


Now to do something about my weight.

IT'S ALWAYS SOMETHING, ISN'T IT.
Sz - Mon Feb 28, 2005 3:59 pm
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Kiro wrote:
Sz needs to read:

http://beta.health.yahoo.com/centers/anxiety/96410033.html

Post-traumatic stress disorder by definition is related to the difficulty or intensity of the "trauma" you went through beforehand. :E

That's not to say that the stress felt isn't similar... but reliving your buddy's head being blown off and landing 2 feet away from you ... is not something I think you can compare with most situations. Just my own opinion of course.



AND DAMN YOU, 'c' key! DAMN YOU
Evan - Mon Feb 28, 2005 3:59 pm
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I can't live without soda and the internet.
Yajirobe - Mon Feb 28, 2005 4:00 pm
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i..don't understand how smoking can be traumatic. i'm trying though. .o.
Kiro - Mon Feb 28, 2005 4:12 pm
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Complex PTSD (sometimes called "Disorder of Extreme Stress") is found among individuals who have been exposed to prolonged traumatic circumstances, especially during childhood, such as childhood sexual abuse. Developmental research is revealing that many brain and hormonal changes may occur as a result of early, prolonged trauma, and contribute to difficulties with memory, learning, and regulating impulses and emotions. Combined with a disruptive, abusive home environment that does not foster healthy interaction, these brain and hormonal changes may contribute to severe behavioral difficulties (such as impulsivity, aggression, sexual acting out, eating disorders, alcohol/drug abuse, and self-destructive actions), emotional regulation difficulties (such as intense rage, depression, or panic) and mental difficulties (such as extremely scattered thoughts, dissociation, and amnesia).

As adults, these individuals often are diagnosed with depressive disorders, personality disorders or dissociative disorders. Treatment often takes much longer, may progress at a much slower rate, and requires a sensitive and structured treatment program delivered by a trauma specialist.


Symptoms associated with reliving the traumatic event:

* Having bad dreams or nightmares about the event or something similar
* Behaving or feeling as if the event were actually happening all over again (these are known as "flashbacks")
* Having a lot of emotional feelings when reminded of the event
* Having a lot of physical sensations when reminded of the event (e.g. heart races, pounds, or "misses a beat"; sweating, difficulty breathing, feeling faint, feeling a loss of control)

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Anyways, you're trying to be a stuck up fuck about it so whatever.
Sz - Mon Feb 28, 2005 4:43 pm
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Yajirobe wrote:
i..don't understand how smoking can be traumatic. i'm trying though. .o.

I was under the impression it might've been something else he didn't mention/didn't want to, or he got into smoking as a kid... which has some strange effects.
Kiro - Mon Feb 28, 2005 5:59 pm
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.... Haha. HAHAHA....


.HAHAHAHAHA.
Sz - Mon Feb 28, 2005 6:01 pm
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See what I mean? ;>
Kiro - Mon Feb 28, 2005 6:01 pm
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No. No I don't.

I was laughing because I knew you were there.
Mightfox - Mon Feb 28, 2005 6:02 pm
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Kiro, smoking/drinking/whatever the hell addiction for x years>Being in a war for x years unless you really lucked out.
Kiro - Mon Feb 28, 2005 6:07 pm
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WHY DO YOU THINK IT'S THE SMOKING THAT MAKES ANY DIFFERENCE, WHAT THE FUCK DOES SMOKING HAVE TO DO WITH THE START OF IT. SMOKING IS JUST A THING, THAT APLIFIES IT'S EFFECT IN A NEGATIVE WAY. SMOKING DOESN'T JUST... ALL OF A SUDDEN MAKE YOU HAVE POST TRAUMATIC STRESS.
Yajirobe - Mon Feb 28, 2005 6:16 pm
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well, an exploding cigarette might do the trick.
Sz - Mon Feb 28, 2005 6:17 pm
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Very true. I know that'd traumatize <i>me</i>.

Edit: On second thought, a such thing already exists: Firecrackers.
Yajirobe - Mon Feb 28, 2005 6:21 pm
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"It was April Fools day..my friend offered me a cigarette, and I accepted..i've never been the same since."
Kiro - Mon Feb 28, 2005 6:25 pm
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I pray/wish/ tonight that you quit breathing in your sleep.
Neil Lafrenais - Mon Feb 28, 2005 6:53 pm
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ANNNNGSSTTT
Kiro - Mon Feb 28, 2005 7:25 pm
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<i>(giant image ahead, captain) -Sz</i>
http://www.drone-riots.furtopia.org/OVERWHELMINGANGSTCRUSHESYOU.jpg
Yajirobe - Mon Feb 28, 2005 7:26 pm
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Kiro wrote:
I pray/wish/ tonight that you quit breathing in your sleep.


hey, it was a joke. i didn't mean anything by it. let's not say things we can't take back.
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