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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 19, 2014

    Fawn

    Dead

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2014

    Xavier - Swag

    HOW IS SNI<_>GGER A BAN-WORD?! DAFLIP?!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2014

    Kato

    "Or would you to smoke? I love to sm-" He flicks a cigarette onto one of the trees. Lighting the alcohol on fire. He stares at the burning tree. "Well fu<_>ck."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2014

    Xavier - Jason

    I don't remember if he keeps his sh<_>it together or not, so no matter who you choose, you might be fu<_>cked either way. x-x Then again, l wouldn't know -- l've never played. xD

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2014

    Kat**

    Strolling**cart**

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2014

    Sparrow

    Just the norm...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2014

    To Ashton

    v-v Read le person's post before announcing something like that, love. *directs your attention to the 'skips out' in asterisks in le previous post and vanishes in a cloud of red glitter.*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2014

    A Random Lurker

    *laughs.* Enjoy your marriage. Make sure you tell the girl when you're finished with her and don't leave her waiting uncertainly for months, mmkay? *skips out.*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2014

    Xavier

    I don't even know. xD l need sleep. Goodnight, dad and Cloudeh. *poof*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2014

    Bree ~ Aleks

    I attempted four times. it's whatever. Bye.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2014

    Sam

    She jogged in amd paled. "Yikes. I might suffocated with all this newbs." She pretended to gag.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2014

    A Random Lurker*

    e.e *pose

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2014

    A Random Lurker

    Hmph. e.e

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2014

    Captian America - A dream. Derp.

    He sighed, kicking the debris of the typical sidewalk he traversed. Many thoughts passed his mind as he ignored passers by for personal meditation... <br> Why am l regarded with such little likeness? What caused people to demand a faux physique simply to satisfy a personal prejudice? And, a question that weighed like a great stress was: Who is this looking through these eyes? <br> With so many different ideas clashing, so many theories interupting and interjecting their own scenarios, his mind throbbed with an intense concentration. One now distracted by the easy glance of a perfect stranger. A stranger whose eyes he knew by heart. <br> Much like the typical teenager, Surr Dinthrope was a thoughtful person. Or at least like the normal teen he knew himself to be. Growing up, in a household of cautious parents and very mindful relatives, he was always close-by, never venturing past the boundary of a few blocks of his home. This game him a small sense of freedom, and for years it was enough as a child. He had the memories and scars to prove the great adventures he would take himself on -- up into trees to survey his kingdom, in bushes to defend his fort from imaginary foes, and across plains that were his battlefields against the mighty armies of his enemies. Not many social adventures were under his metaphorical belt of achievements, what with being homeschooled since birth. At least it made him smart, well-versed in many cultures and ettiquetes. It kept him cautious, like his parents, but not unwilling to try new things. Such as, like this stranger was spontaneously reminding him of, making a friend. Years ago, he dipped his toe in the lake of forbidden experiences and reached for the closest human companion aside from his family. He found a fantastic one. <br> Anna Hinel was a pretty girl at the age of eight. She was Surr's first friend, and unfortunately the last one he ever looked for -- for a great reason. In Anna he found a friendly partner with which to share his adventures and opinions without fear of being found out, because remarkably, she was just like him in so many ways, but completely different. She boasted a caution-free life with her family, never held away from sports, neighbourly events or general outings. It was the only feature in her life Surr envied, but it was not a feature he hated; he looked up to her sense of confidence, and like an older person, was proud of her maturity. At the age of twelve, Surr had to leave the place of residence he called his kingdom, and thus Anna. This meant saying goodbye to her, likely for eternity. <br> As Surr let out a silent gasp, practically gawking at this woman walking past him, he remembered like it was yesterday the eyes of Anna Hinel as he said his final goodbye to his childhood sweetheart. Bright blue eyes, brought out by the smile that teased her lips always. They were unmistakably the most stunning eyes he ever laid his own on, and he couldn't help but stare as he watched the girl walk by, seemingly as in slow motion. <p> With a start, Surr Dinthrope woke from another vivid dream, clutching his chest out of reflex, checking for a beat of the heart he considered empty. He gasped for air just then, seeming as if he heald his breath whilst sleeping. These dreams occured whenever he took a sideways glance at anything new. With a sigh, his eyes droopy, he glanced at the clock beside his bed and relaxed into his warm bed. 2:30 a.m.; not even a little bit into the next day.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2014

    Xavier - Michelle

    Show me one example that there is hope for noobs. T-T They have never improved in the arts of grammar, acting, or morals, and they are very stupid.

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