In case my avatar gallery didn't make this clear already, I'm kind of a xenophile. Among other things.
"Because kitsune are awesome. And kinda sexy."
Crowning Moment of Heartwarming: My personal moment would be when my cousin's (and best friend's) girlfriend came to see me out of the blue because she'd found traces of rather steamy discussions between him and a girl he knew from the Internet (and met when she wasn't there.). I knew about that, and that she had no reason to worry at all, because my cousin is a moron with a 4chan-esque sense of humor. She wasn't convinced because he has dated quite a lot of girls before her, although it always ended badly for him *cough*whores*cough*. The next sentence came to me naturally, and managed to make her laugh out loud, after which she calmed down and everything went better. They where soon back together. And I never felt fucking prouder of myself.
Il a enchaîné les huîtres avant de trouver la perle.
For Happiness: As long as it doesn't hurt others, I don't see why people shouldn't be allowed to do what they want. I support gay marriage and adoption, polygamy (as long as every man and woman involved is content, no adultery), atheism as well as religious beliefs (I mean, "Love each others as I loved you"? That's grand, and I'm agnostic.Fanaticism, on the other hand...), ambition, lame teenage singers (For example, Rebecca Black: Her parents offered her the chance to realize a dream; so even if she admittedly has no talent for it, I'm just happy for her. Bieber, however...), kinky Internet fetishes...
Noodle Incident: Lived through many of them. It appears to be a family tradition, as my dad has plenty to tell, too. I also like to make some on the spot to lighten up the atmosphere or simply get people to laugh (sometimes at my expense).
Coluche (a French humorist who, among other things, had a fake gay marriage with Thierry le Luron back when homosexuality was seen as a deviance, created one of the most important French charity ("Les Restos du Coeur") and ran for French presidency - and would probably have won.)
"What we know is that, everyday, 30 000 people don't have anything to eat - and the guys say that like it's a number, and when we ask them what they'll do, they answer: "We don't know". Well, we do, and we're doing it."
"Any officer who goes into action without his sword is improperly armed."
"We never know what’s in each other’s mind, / Hidden behind appearances. / The soul of a brave, or a collaborator, or an executioner? / Or something better, or worse? / Would we be among those who resist, / or with the sheep in the flock / If more than words were needed?"
"The belief that boys shouldn't be interested in girl things is the main reason there's hardly anything decent for girls in animation— or almost any media, for that matter. It's a backwards, sexist, outdated attitude."
“Being a geek is all about being honest about what you enjoy and not being afraid to demonstrate that affection. It means never having to play it cool about how much you like something. It’s basically a license to proudly emote on a somewhat childish level rather than behave like a supposed adult. Being a geek is extremely liberating.”
"Well-wishers...are constantly suggesting hilarious subject matter, such as the Vietnam War, the gradual destruction of the environment, our recent presidents, etc. so that I have often felt like a resident of Pompeii who has been asked for some humorous comments on lava."
I thought it could be fun. So I made it. Kinda like that time I used a baby panda as a basket ball...But I digress.
To qualify as a marvel, it must be representative of its creator, quite unique and somehow impressive. Here they are: