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^^^
I'm just like this grandson. lol

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kXnPunk wrote:

^^^
I'm just like this grandson. lol

We know!  *wink* lol

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http://www.databreachwatch.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/REALLY_SNL_AIGflv.jpg

Hahahahahahahaaa lol

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Well I'm wrecked so time for a visit in Nightmare City down, way down in H3LL... Gonna go meet my buddies Demons.

Later folks. smile

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.............

http://www.desktopanimated.com/img/Preview/Nightmare_Demons_Preview.jpg

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Seems like it has been a while since I've been on.
Haven't watched any horror in a while sad
Have today off. Maybe I'll watch one now big_smile

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mike3881 wrote:

I just bought myself a wii u !!!!!!!! I so rock I love when I spoil myself like this. Who loves me I do.

Bought the bf a wii u for Christmas. Played it everyday until the Mario levels started getting to hard to beat. He hasn't touched it in a while hmm

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Wow yeah been a while but it's very cool to see you're still living. big_smile

And damn your bf. Send it to me, I'll play Skyrim EVERY DAMN DAY!!! lol

http://th06.deviantart.net/fs70/PRE/f/2013/293/6/e/skyrim_wii_u_by_ceobrainz-d6r7np7.png

Short nap but very welcome. Now I'm hungry...
Can't wait for Tuesday, money comes in. Wooo!!!

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Insane week- working about 42 hours (hey, part time job, right?), 20 of them from today and tomorrow.  Still having some fun, especially since the guys are getting used to me.  They only pull out crosses or flamethrowers about 28% of the time now.  big_smile

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^^^
Wooow man, hope they won't kill you. Although I know you're one of the strongest breeds of Monkey Knights. big_smile

As for the flamethrowers, I recommend this. lol

http://www.matisec.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/produit_zoom/produits/dm.jpg

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Going with an old school one today. smile

http://www.antiqueclockspriceguide.com/priceguideimages/julia/0587.jpg

Yeah they were users back then too as it shows in this pict. lol

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Holy H3LL that's way too cool. CENOBITE BABY!!! big_smile

http://th05.deviantart.net/fs70/PRE/f/2012/082/5/2/52e0ac0f45bcc8921ace8906e6c75774-d4toeck.jpg

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Almost seventy years later I remember clearly how the magic of translating the words in books into images enriched my life, breaking the barriers of time and space...

http://jamesmcinerney.ie/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/happy-friday.jpg

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Internet blows my mind... lol

http://1-media-cdn.foolz.us/ffuuka/board/vg/image/1336/87/1336879203935.png

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I need that. Oh yes I do. big_smile

http://jeanmi13.j.e.pic.centerblog.net/xq1r6fwy.jpg

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Well, that was a fun 13 hour shift.  No, it really was, except when my feet started walking on needles for the last hour.

For those who are interested in mixing up how HFest is done, go read this and the next post and add your comments.

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^^^
You need Metal boots to prevent the needles. lol

And well...

http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/61/08/e1/6108e1b69629ad012a64f43c1b0f158e.jpg

She's soooooooooo damn badass. big_smile

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But some aren't that way it seems... lol

http://media2.firstshowing.net/firstshowing/img7/transcendence-viral-banner-tsr.jpg

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I don’t believe there’s a hole in the ground with demons in it but I could be wrong, Hell is all around us – it’s the way we treat each other and the way we treat the Earth. We already live in it.

Taylor Momsen is so damn RIGHT. big_smile

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I'm bored, so, story time!:

In the key of Gonzo journalism...

I had a good few days at a buddy's house. We took a long trip up The Mall of America.
Before that, we got lost in a town with a strange name. Started with an 'M'. "Muddlewater" or something.

In Muddlewater, we stopped at a small cafe, had some coffee and some breakfast. Our energy was harvesting for the road ahead. We scribbled strange notes on a chalk board next to the table. My contribution was "Know Thy Self". My buddy's was, "This Too Shall pass". Then we hopped next door over to the cigar lounge where I was then kicked out for not having the proper identification.

Then onto a long ride straight (well, pretty much) to the MOA. My friend drives like a damn maniac, but I'm used to it by now. Speeds like a cocaine fiend. Nearly rear-ends a guy in front of us - and would have, had I not told him to immediately fix his attention on the damn road. People my age suck a driving. They think they're invincible or something.
Anywho - Mall of America was fun. Beautiful women everywhere. Redheads and blondes and brunettes. Plenty of long-legs wandering around. We did some considerable looking.
Then we visited all the shops we were interested in. I picked up some CD's: John Coltrane, Bob Dylan, TOOL. A vinyl record of the Misfits. A few t-shirts (Night of the Living Dead and one TOOL).  Picked up one badass zombie coffee mug with an ax in its head (which functions as a handle).

Getting out of there was a mess. We decided to pick up some cold stone ice cream before we left. So I got a cup with a mound of vanilla ice cream with Twix and butter-finger chocolates mixed in. We decided we would take our stuff to the car, promptly finish our deserts, and then head home. Turns out, we didn't quite know the way to the nearest exit (MOA is a large place - a near perfect alternative setting for Romero's Dawn of the Dead). So, due to our folly of finding our way out, my ice cream started melting all over the side of my hand. It was difficult to fix this, because I was also busy holding my shopping bags and trying not to lose anything. We rode the escalators down to the first floor, found the door, exited.

We were greeted with heavy rain droplets and a bit of snow. Damn!
We rushed on toward the parking lot. Ice cream now dripping everywhere. I futively licked the sides of my ice cream mound (now turning into vanilla goo). Then we finally came to the car, at the far end of the nearest lot. Dripping with cold rain, I immediate got in, sat on my buddy's shopping bag of stuff which he set down in the passenger seat.
"Don't sit on my shit! I've got breakables in there!"
"Well god damn!"

Ice cream droplets littered the fabric of my jeans and I set down my watery plastic shopping bags. I cleaned myself up the best I could. Finished the damn ice cream and was left with sticky hands all the ride home. No stops, no breaks. We were pretty tired and just wanted to get back to the apartment.

After an hour's ride, we made it to a small town (name of which is excluded because I don't want some fiend knowing the exact whereabouts of where I'm located - I could just be a paranoid). Half of the town's electricity was gone. The sky was still heavy with rain and snow. The traffic lights weren't on at all, so everyone at the intersections had to co-operate using their basic sense of logic and timing. As it turns out, there wasn't much of that to be found. It was a mess. People were seemingly startled and didn't know when to go, or how to wait. So we were fairly close to being t-boned by an oncoming car. Although I've stated before that my driver is a maniac (which he is), this wasn't our fault this time.

Then we got lost, because my friend likes to do so sometimes.
Then we found a shitty road and drove a reckless thirty miles back to the apartment. Number of times almost in the ditch? By my count, three. But, as the statistics would have it, we were an anomaly. Meaning, we made it safely back. What a pour choice of route. The snow was just wet and terrible.

We followed this sad, maniacal trip to the epicenter of mindless consumerism with getting wasted and playing the board game, "Sorry". I paid for all the alcohol. My main choice of drink was Captain Morgan and Coca-Cola. We ordered a pizza. Feasted. Smoked some Huka, bullshitted the night away, and then soon passed out.

The end!

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Sound like a blast. Or a visit to H3LL which either way is nice. A huge chance I don't have a driver's license because I'd be INSANELY much worse that you buddy that's for sure. lol

An man, the name of that mall make it seem insanely big.
And yes the girls are hot in these places. Some of these girls working in the store are insane drool material. big_smile

Just can't wait for that damn crap winter to finally get the fuck away. Can't wait to see more female skin than I do now which is practicaly none.

The electricity gone thing was a thing worldwide to save energy. They told us to close the lights and the most electrical outlets we could to do something to save the lost of energy. Earth hour they call it.
http://www.earthhour.org/

I shut down my lights but no way I was gonna close my TV and BADASS DEMON, no way at all. At least I've done my part. smile

Very nice story bro, I enjoyed it a lot. And CHEERS, Jack Dan here.

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Well screw that fucking shit. This makes me so damn mad...

15-20 cm of snow from Sunday afternoon to Monday afternoon.

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-eNIimUkjQAw/UYse0D9J-0I/AAAAAAAAJys/0Q01ZOj5IN8/s320/enough+is+enough.png

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Had to pick up a shift today, what could've been a nice relaxing weekend is shot now sad

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^^^
Well best of luck to you bro. At least you don't have that crap snow...

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Take that winter...

http://fc00.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2012/243/1/3/padezco_bn_duro_de_mis_facultades_by_fidelinilla-d5d54p3.png

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CHEERS!!! lol

Laughter is wine for the soul - laughter soft, or loud and deep, tinged through with seriousness - the hilarious declaration made by man that life is worth living.