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    I wish I had more time to write...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honor View Post
    I wasn't quoting myself.
    anti-narcisist!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsunderes View Post
    I wish I had more time to write...
    you're wasting time on a forum, you could be writing now
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    you're wasting time on a forum, you could be writing now
    Truth.

    This forum sucks up my time like a black hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsunderes View Post
    Truth.

    This forum sucks up my time like a black hole.
    yup, i know
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    When I was a student at UPenn, I met a guy named Daren Simkin, who wrote a book called "The Traveler," which you may have seen or bought at Starbucks. Sometimes, I still ponder parts of it, and today was one of those days. So, I thought I'd post an excerpt.

    Quote Originally Posted by Daren Simkin
    Once there was a boy named Charlie.

    His mom and dad loved him very much.

    He had lots of friends to play with - including a girl with a pretty smile and a dog who took him on walks all around. But Charlie wasn't quite happy because his life didn't seem perfect. After all, his parents made him do chores, his friends sometimes broke his toys, and his dog twice gave him fleas.

    So one day, Charlie had an idea. He climbed up to the attic and pulled out a suitcase.

    "What's the suitcase for, Charlie?" asked his mom and dad.
    "I'm going to pack up all my time," said Charlie. "And I'm going to find something perfect to spend it on."

    And pack up his time he did. Starting with his big, bulky decades. Then, the round squishy years. The square, mushy months. Triangular, shiny weeks.

    Charlie dragged his suitcase downstairs.
    "Goodbye, Mom. Goodbye, Dad."
    "Goodbye, Charlie," said his parents with teary eyes.
    "Please take my hat," said his pretty friend, who had hurried over to see him.
    And off Charlie went to find something perfect that would make him happy.

    As Charlie walked, he passed lots of jobs. And thousands of books. And movie theaters. And musical instruments to play. All sorts of hobbies and types of sports. Many foreign languages and wonders of the world. But nothing was exactly what he was looking for.

    So he kept his time and traveled on.

    Until one day, now a tired old man, Charlie realized that he was lonely. More than anything else, he needed someone to talk to.

    So, through the darkness he journeyed. Through the moonlight he climbed. Under the stars he trekked. Until he finally arrived home. And the girl with the pretty smile, who was still the prettiest girl Charlie had ever seen - she was still there waiting for him.

    And as Charlie spent his last itsy bitsy seconds on his friends, he was loved. He loved. And it may not have been perfect, but he was happy.
    Text copyright Daren Simkin, 2008. Rights are his and not mine.

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    it's cuz she's a slut that hides behind faux sweetness, is why guys find her awesome. she's not she's a two bit whore and actually kinda mean
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    I was trying to explain to my room mate how I felt. I was like my head is tired but my body is not.

    I feel like my thoughts are simutaneously really fast but really slow at the same time

    I feel like a robot powering down

    she didn't get it

    actually I think the best way to describe it is a really fast computer processor powering down
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honor View Post
    When I was a student at UPenn, I met a guy named Daren Simkin, who wrote a book called "The Traveler," which you may have seen or bought at Starbucks. Sometimes, I still ponder parts of it, and today was one of those days. So, I thought I'd post an excerpt.
    That was a very lovely read. I liked the voice and the subject matter. I may buy the book now.

    My thought:
    Playing skyrim when random blood dragon falls out of the sky. Dead.
    Um ok. Can't complain I guess?

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