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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingrid in grids View Post
    Americans seem to have this perception of Australia as full of spiders and deadly things that can kill you anytime. I've always found this kind of amusing. I can go weeks without seeing a spider, and when I do, they're usually harmless (I do live in a city, but still).

    Anyway, I thought of you all the other day when my friend found a fucking redback spider under the lid of his hot chocolate.

    Riiiigghhtt. I bet I could drive 20 miles inland and the stereotype would be closer to reality. For all I know your Dad, who probably works for the tourism dept. in your state put you up to this to boost tourism.

    I'm positively biased towards Australians however. Theit 'cultural' no nonsense and casual attitude approach to life is refreshing, ISxP. I'm sure it has something to do with the dangerous environment you all have been subjected to for centuries now.

    I'm onto you @Ingrid in grids and your campaign of misinformation.

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    Well, I'm going for a different relationship lol. So there's this cute girl at Taco Bell. (Works there mind you) and she appears to be an ISFP (could be ISFJ). Not exactly sure. Just naturally pretty.

    Anyway she really was friendly to me the other day. She's a redhead too! But prettier than the INFJ one.

    I asked her out and She says she got out of bad relationship so I asked her to be my friend and she offered her number to me and says she'll text me when she has a day off.

    *crossing fingers*

    Oh update on the INFJ TA redhead girl she told me she's been thinking about me all day lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingrid in grids View Post
    Americans seem to have this perception of Australia as full of spiders and deadly things that can kill you anytime. I've always found this kind of amusing. I can go weeks without seeing a spider, and when I do, they're usually harmless (I do live in a city, but still).

    Anyway, I thought of you all the other day when my friend found a fucking redback spider under the lid of his hot chocolate.
    It may attack at any time, so we must deal with it.

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    Should I change my username?
    I don't mean to pry, but why would you even make the eyes?


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    Quote Originally Posted by themightyfetus View Post
    Should I change my username?
    Are you going to change it to themightybaby?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smilephantomhive View Post
    Are you going to change it to themightybaby?
    Lol nah. I don't like the sound of that. I don't think I'm going to change it after all; it's kind of become a trademark of my presence here.
    I don't mean to pry, but why would you even make the eyes?


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    Got it to between two and three days, need to get the processing of adversity down to less time than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    BECAUSE THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL!

    I cannot go feeling happy I got new clothes unless I feel like I have been riding close to $100.

    (Lol member increase suddenly rises by my response)

    So so so hard to find good looking clothes for men that's not ordinary and boring af.
    I know, right?
    We just want to look like royalty.

    #yaaaaassss

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingrid in grids View Post
    Americans seem to have this perception of Australia as full of spiders and deadly things that can kill you anytime. I've always found this kind of amusing. I can go weeks without seeing a spider, and when I do, they're usually harmless (I do live in a city, but still).

    Anyway, I thought of you all the other day when my friend found a fucking redback spider under the lid of his hot chocolate.

    I would immediately flee the country
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