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toaster-chan

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    1. Vegeta897
      I've uncovered your plot to receive more Likes than me and let me tell you this is war sister
      1. toaster-chan likes this.
      2. toaster-chan
        toaster-chan
        Sorry that you posted this when I didn't notice and then I was gone for awhile
        Jul 9, 2012
      3. toaster-chan
        toaster-chan
        I think that you might be a little bit ahead now though
        Jul 9, 2012
      4. Vegeta897
        Vegeta897
        Jul 10, 2012
    2. rĂ­omhaire
      Is that Laika in your avatar?
    3. Viperidae
      Well, you can't always post emoticons of cute weeaboos. You need to use tact.
    4. kineaesth
      [IMG]

      sincerely,
    5. Solaris
    6. Solaris
      No, Henry V is the best!

      Also, did you used to be toaster chan?
    7. Solaris
      Tristen is a rather strange name. Also, you and sulkdudds make an amusing, if not the first, hl2.net couple. best of luck. also long live romea and julliet act 1 scene 1, i wish the baz lurhman version was on youtube
    8. kineaesth
      Hahahah clearly not

      TAKE THAT
    9. kineaesth
      I wonder if I can put a vertical scrollbar here too
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    10. kineaesth
      Tristen I hate to be the one to inform you of this but *******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************-shit-****************
    11. kineaesth
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    12. kineaesth
      Tristen I hate to be the one to inform you of this but you're a horrible lesbian ****-stick **** **** ******
    13. MFL
      I just don't see why you didn't go with some classic greek sigma on that 'yes'.
    14. MFL
      Pyro IS a girl.
    15. Eejit
      Oh Biomedical is cool, I originally enrolled for that but then switched to Biotechnology and finally Molecular and Cellular Biology. The differences between them and other biological subjects aren't that big, it's various gradations covering different topics to varying degrees. I switched as my interest in the different topics changed as I learned more about them.
      I wouldn't recommend doing medicine unless you want to end up as an MD though, the extra time and money can be fairly significant.
    16. Eejit
      Aye, there's the rub.
      What about the ways you could combine the two? Study medicine or science or whatever, become a Journal editor, a science journalist, a writer of popular science books, something along those lines? A bit like an American Ben Goldacre.
    17. Eejit
      "Yeah no I pretty much already have I mean to be honest I'm only w/ my boyfriend because he has lots of books"
      Well at least you're better than my little sister. She avoids boys who like her an plans to be a librarian or archivist or something equally papery.
    18. kineaesth
      Yeah totally man, I mean I don't really even like you at all when you're not posting in comic sans
    19. jondy
      The squiggles and rainbow were definitely taken on board but the post still inferred said One's existence! however I cannot argue with your very eloquent definition of the term in the next post
    20. kineaesth
      Hey BY THE WAY where did you get that ****ing sweet avatar bro
    21. kineaesth
      colon three
    22. kineaesth
      um you too
    23. Sheepo
      So basically I think you were the person that made my Santa Colbert avatar and I dunno if you have it but if you do and you could get it and bring it to me I think maybe a thousand blessings upon you?
    24. Lizardizzle
      that toaster seems to be on it's side...
    25. kineaesth
      Hahahahahaha, I remember the days when I posted millions of words on your profile.
    26. Sledgehammer
      That wasn't too bad a write-up for being very tired, though.

      And you're right. I wonder what genius got the idea of making a character limit for these messages. There were fine paragraphs made, too fine to be split up. So instead it was split up into 4 posts. I assume you don't mind.
    27. Sledgehammer
      I consider myself to have an artist's mind and soul, and therefore, paedophilia, and many other kinds of sexual distancing, is interesting. It's such an emotional topic. Most people cannot have a sensible discussion about it, without immediately raging. Everybody has an opinion, and more interestingly, everybody has the same opinion. An overstatement, yes, but I'm sure you understand. People are instantly being judged because of that. Sure, you might have received Noble's Peace Prize more than once, you may have saved thousands of lives, you may be a fantastic person in general. Yet, you're also a hebephiliac. And people will judge you because of the latter, rather than the former. It's easy to understand why. Sexual preferences are bound to the most emotional depths of humankind. The problem is, that most people are unable to realize, that their emotions are subjective. Or maybe they realize it, but don't see a problem with it.
    28. Sledgehammer
      In my opinion, a thought crime cannot be committed. That, of course, is highly debatable. Similarly, should we allow full freedom of speech? As it is now, no nation in the world has full freedom of speech. For some reason, Blasphemy is still considered illegal in most parts of the world, even Scandinavia, which is probably the most atheistic part of the world.
    29. Sledgehammer
      I cannot possibly analyze my own paraphilias at this young age. Some things take longer than others to develop. This is one of those things, and it's certainly not one worth rushing. So, I will be unable to know that dilemma, as you also state you are. The amount of females that have a such paraphilia is low compared to males anyway, and very few people openly talk about it. I admire the bravery of those who do speak about it though, as it's one topic that the public has very little knowledge about it. Like most other public debates, it's a topic driven mostly by feelings. Which is not healthy for, what is supposed to be, an objective argument. Similar to the arguments on World War II, in which saying anything positive at all about Germany (like StG44 is the predecessor of every assault rifle today) is considered to be Nazism. Oh, and the general ignorance of the fact that the European Theatre was mostly won by USSR, and only little by UK and US.
    30. Sledgehammer
      Danish. It's a not-too-distant relative to English, and it's a comparatively uncommon language (only about 6 million speakers in total), so it's necessary to learn a foreign language. Most commonly English or German. I am an unusually good English speaker, probably because of my common use of it (through the internet), because I'm just generally smart (which you might have noted, already, then again, everyone claims they're smarter than the average) and because I lived 2 years in the US a long time ago (94-96). Sure, I didn't even learn to speak over there. That must've been the only thing I took very long time to learn. It might have influenced my English skills subconsciously, though.

      Oh, and I also misspelled Cristo Retendor. I find that embarrassing.
    31. Sledgehammer
      Overall, I feel happy, which surprises me. There's so many things that have been said about being a teenager, but happiness (not fun, happiness) is one I've never heard. Maybe I can tell other youngsters that someday.
      I feel I look over life, and the world, in a similar fashion to how Christo Retendor observes, elevated high above everything in sight. I don't fell invincible though. I decided never to drive. Maybe I'll move to somewhere where I won't ever need to drive. Like Singapore.

      By the way, that was a very interesting read. But it didn't attempt to lead to more debate or discussion. It just ended.

      Oh, and to boost my own ego: I'm not a native speaker of English either.
    32. Sledgehammer
      True. Seemingly you projected a nice side of yourself up here. But that's the only side of it the internet peers are interested in. And that is a skill you seemingly do well.
    33. Sledgehammer
      I felt like telling someone who was acting mature that I liked that person. And that person is you. So, Hi.
    34. jet_porkins
      I like your sig.
    35. L3N!N
      Mother****ing Comic Sans, my eyes! How can you use such a font!?
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