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I knew you were into guys!
Only into the sexiest man alive. It's like you and your attempts to become part of Shirou's harem, with the exception than Joseph is way more GAR.
edited 6th Nov '12 8:16:23 AM by Cruherrx
The math checks out.
Aww yeah, time for a...n engaging conversation, perverts!
edited 6th Nov '12 8:22:55 AM by wanderlustwarrior
As did I.
You'll have to rework your deck, though... Gilphon won't.
edited 6th Nov '12 8:37:08 AM by wanderlustwarrior
It's okay. I always knew Naruto hated me.
Issei x Shirou is canon
Ewww 77% for Sakura.
Dat feel when I don't know any of those characters. Feelsgoodman
I was talking about your deck. Also, Naruto doesn't hate you! Haven't you read The Good Book? Naruto will make a speech for your sins! He will be your rainbow bridge into the light! Bifrost Style: Talk no Jutsu!
I don't recall if this obligatory video has been linked yet.
edited 6th Nov '12 8:39:41 AM by wanderlustwarrior
Just pretend it's Naruto Sakura, only worse.
Arha, he is still gay for Issei, so no victory for Sakura
Why am I not surprised? xD
Because you are cruel.
And you're lucky!
So the shipping begins again.. Kat, will you share some of that popcorn? ^_^
Clearly I am popular with Austrians. The good ones, I mean.
edited 6th Nov '12 9:19:54 AM by Arha
Good Austrians? Such an oxymoron...
Noir is a credit to her country.
You know, Kay was right.
It has been a while since we talked about vegetables.
Sure, Kayriv ^_^
Didn't know NG was Australian... And it's been a while since I've seen her around... She and Saxton Hale are basically the only good Australians. Sane Australians is an even more restrictive state of being.
So what's everyone's favorite Thanksgiving food? Or, if you aren't American, does your culture do you have a Thanksgiving equivalent? You know, a holiday where you give thanks for the fortune of exterminating the locals?
edited 6th Nov '12 9:29:09 AM by wanderlustwarrior
Maybe it's the Irish in me being hilariously stereotypical, but I can't get enough of the damn stuff.
Not really, no...We do have a day called "tacksägelsedagen", which literally translates to "the day of saying thanks", but no one celebrates it that I know of. Maybe the few christians we have do though, no idea.
edited 6th Nov '12 9:33:42 AM by kayrivette
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