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    Quote Originally Posted by msg_v2 View Post
    I'm not sure I know enough about you to even know what your defining characteristics are. This makes it hard to pick a spirit animal for you.

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    I'm not sure I know enough about you to even know what your defining characteristics are.

    I think a raven might be another good creature for me. I saw ravens out in the Mojave desert... they are majestic birds.
    easily bored but thrive in chaos, blunt, speak when it's unwise to do so and enjoy knocking people down a peg way too much

    ravens are kind of awesome... very smart. they can even be taught to speak! not to mention all of the appearances they make in religions and such... and yet you don't get much of them in popular culture for some reason
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    easily bored but thrive in chaos, blunt, speak when it's unwise to do so and enjoy knocking people down a peg way too much
    I got nothing. A fox, maybe?

    ravens are kind of awesome... very smart. they can even be taught to speak! not to mention all of the appearances they make in religions and such... and yet you don't get much of them in popular culture for some reason
    Yes, they can actually mimic human speech!
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    Today was finally my day off, and I spent the whole day being bored and complaining about it. What a waste, but it's my own fault!

    I have tomorrow off too!! Maybe I'll finally start the current season of GOT.
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    I just saw a security guard of a square walk around with a falcon in his arms to scare all the pigeons away. Absolutely fantastic.
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    Well, well, well. Look what the cat dragged in. And then some . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind Up Rex View Post
    I never understood why other women got so upset about the toilet seat being up. Who made toilet seat down the default position? Also, if you're dumb enough to "fall" into a seat-up toilet you're either a drama queen or a retard.
    Never mind that they're imagining a clean, pristine toilet seat, all ready to sit on. Seriously, if a guy left it down, he probably also just peed on it. Be thankful that it's up.
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    I can't wait for my hands-free crutch to finally be delivered, I have taken to using my office chair as a kneeling skateboard. Its kind of fun in the kitchen.

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    Just got back from camping with my big brother. Surprisingly, it only rained on us half the time!

    Here's a picture of our makeshift canopy. Imagine, if you will, two dreamy absent-minded INTs scrambling around, trying to erect a rain-proof structure out of a tarp and some sticks, while already thoroughly soaked to the bone.


    I don't know, I think it has a certain rustic charm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    Just got back from camping with my big brother. Surprisingly, it only rained on us half the time!

    Here's a picture of our makeshift canopy. Imagine, if you will, two dreamy absent-minded INTs scrambling around, trying to erect a rain-proof structure out of a tarp and some sticks, while already thoroughly soaked to the bone.


    I don't know, I think it has a certain rustic charm.
    It looks like it did the job. Before I went out last time it was supposed to be wet I got really nerdy and learned some knots from the 'net, all part of the fun.

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    Hot damn.
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