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Liking yaoi is perfectly normal. Only hypocrites and people against homoerotic relationship think differently.
It is easy to talk when you're not a straight guy who is being paired.
So, I know you like yaoi, ever thought about reading Prince of Tennis?
Or maybe watch the musicals?
Asky, help me here~
Sorry if I offended you, asky.
Girls always joke around, saying guys are pervs or whatnot, my post wasn't intended to offend you or Teeba, I don't think you are abnormal.
I didn't expect such a serious reaction, I apologize.
* Pat goes back to Bleach forum.
Aaaaah another place to call home
Hi Teeba, don't think we've spoken before...so here's my questions:
Do You Have Any Undiscovered Or Hidden Talents? If So, What?
Favorite All Time Movie?
If You Could Eat Lunch With One Famous Person, Who Would It Be?
If You Could Go To Any Place Right Now Where Would You Go?
If A Foreign Visitor Arrived In Your Country, Where (What) Would You Tell Them To Be Sure To Eat? Why?
That's enough copypasta for now....
Teee-chaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan~ Teee-chaaaan has a threaaaaaaad~
1). Noblesse is awesome. Listen to thorn, look at what happened to me and dallie, or you can go ask Nuno too as a newbie in Noblesse. Now where the heck is he so he can give testimonials in this. :|
2). Otoyomegatari is sweet. Kait, you can take your time with latest chapters because it has been ages since last release and I'm dying to see more of the married couple, so sweeeet~
Anyway, welcome to the spam ground. See you around.
I kind of platonically ship them though. Kaiten is such an older responsible brother to Milly. Kaiten needs someone like, um, blai!
M3J and alpha, on the other hand...
Ignore the tsun, teebles. Spam only happens when Kait, thorny, or Gary is being a tard.
It's Kait x goodsy, woman. Get that straight. -_-
And I own alpha, no pairing us together. I was paired with Asarii by Kait and goodsy, who seem to have conveniently forgotten this fact and decided to yaoi pair me with anyoen that I get along with. Or rather, pair me with anyone I get along with. -_-
All of you need to gtfo with yaoi pairing. Only yaoi pairings to support are Gary x thorny and blai x Nuno.
Chihayafuru. Think of it as a josei Hikaru no Go without any magic, better art, and writing.
My high post count is a longevity award and nothing more
I have been trolling him since before some people were members.
Charlie Sheen should not be facepalming anything.
OMG OMG OMG OMGQuote:
It is so perfect! Why did I not think of that.
I am perfectly normalQuote:
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Hidden Talents? According to my last professor, I could make a great politician!
Oh, that's a tough one. I don't have just one, I have several. Inception is a recent favorite, and so is Sympathy for Lady Vengence. I also love the obscure movie Jumping Jack Flash.
I would have lunch with Imran Khan, Pakistani politician and hopeful candidate for the 2013 elections for parliament & presidency.
I would love to be in the U.K. right now. I'm travelling there this weekend but that day can't come soon enough. xD
Mais Al-Ghamin, because its a Kuwaiti mess hall for the sailors that was converted into a restaurant. It's very much a part of Kuwait's history and identity.
Wow, that was an AWESOME quiz. I want to do this for other moderators!
Is this really the spam ground? Really?
It seems like the cast is mostly male, which is something I'm just not into at the moment. I WILL try to read it, but I can't guarantee I'll give it my all.
Wait, lulz, wtf indeed, alphabeta x milly? D:
You know what they say, there's a fine line between love and hate -- Teeba
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I love regional clothes too. From what I know, a ghagra is a kind of skirt worn in Pakistan and India. Its not an everyday skirt, most women wear ghagra for special occasions or even weddings. But, people didn't always think that way -- before this century the ghagra is what a lot of Indian women wore. The ghagra's distinct feature is the way its cut and how much material is used to create folds. There are different cuts, some are more full with lots of pleats (back in the day the more fabric and the more folds you had meant you were really rich), and some are more A-lined, like lengha skirts. Lengha is a broad term for such skirts, but a ghagra is a skirt that is more full and more stiff, due to the sheer weight of the fabric. I hope that made sense!