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Darqcyde



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PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2014 7:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Of all the things I haven't done on that list, (excluding that which I can't do, namely get pregnant) "Been to Canada" is the only one I would want to do.

There more than a few I wish I didn't do.
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Heretical Rants



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PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2014 2:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

underlining is boring and not very informative

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Had a beer

yeah

all you can get around here is shitty giant-corporation Unitedstatian beer, though, and I don't drink that

piss
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Smoked an entire cigarette.

in total from second-hand smoke from those assholes who stand around doorways because they're too lazy to take five seconds to walk twenty feet away? (I-hate-you-all-so-much) probably.
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Done drugs.

my drug of choice is chocolate

caffeine doesn't really do anything for me

I drink booze a few times a year but I don't really like being drunk so I don't do very much when I do that

I haven't bought any of that semi-legal cannabis yet because meh

as for the really hard stuff, I'll wait until I'm old/unlikely to live very much longer/extraordinarily bored

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Written on a bathroom wall.

only to communicate my disagreement with something that someone else had written on that wall

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Read a George Orwell book.
Had a physical fight.
Used Twitter.
Listened to Lady Gaga
Been in a car accident.
Gotten suspended.

yes to all of these things, but I take responsibility for none of them

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Been allergic to something.

the mix of active and passive items on this list vexes me

I'm not responsible for my allergies
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Got a computer virus.

no

malware, yes

only once that I am aware of, but I'm too paranoid to discount the possibility that less conspicuous badness has found its way onto one of my machines in the past
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Touched a real gun.

I've owned three

but it occurs to I've never fired a gun that I've owned
only other people's guns
when I was a child

odd

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...stuff
...
more stuff
...



some of these are pretty boring
and I think the person who made this list was in high school

*delete*

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Recorded my own music.

much to my embarrassment
I'll try to do better in the future

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Practised Christianity.

))*&*&))*&)(*&&(*_#(*()*@)(#(*#(*&(*&@(*&

maybe, depends on what you think counts

not of my own free will, anyway

*chants* hail mary mother of god hallowed be thy BLARARARRARARGH

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Lied to my parents about where I was going.
...
Had my license.


yeah, the person who made this list was definitely in high school
or secondary school
or whatever it's called where they live

fuck this list


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Attempted suicide.


no
but if I stopped short, I wouldn't consider it to be an actual attempt

I wouldn't rush into it on a whim
I'd have my shit together

...I suppose it could still fail if someone walked in on me and stopped me, or something

I'd probably leech the oxygen out of my blood by breathing pure nitrogen or some other oxygen-free gas

I hear that's relatively painless since our body's main mechanism to scream at us about suffocation is the buildup of carbon dioxide, so you can get around that by continuing to breathe it out, and things go quicker if you're breathing the oxygen out too

or maybe OD on morphine if I'm fucked up enough to be needing loads of that anyway and have no chance of recovery, but I'm not sure that I'd prefer non-existence over endless debilitating pain
at least not so long as there was anything new about the experience

you know what?
no
fuck the painless way
self-immolation, WOOOOO #YOLO
BURN BURN BURN

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Self harmed.

I punched myself in the face just this morning

I haven't bitten myself in a while, though, and it's been years since I've bashed my head against a wall

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Worn coloured contacts.

maybe if they were cheaper and having things up against one's eyes were less viscerally, y'know


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Painted my nails black.

sharpie ftw

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Broken someoneís heart.
Had my heart broken.
Cried for an hour straight

yes, but these events were all unrelated


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Broken a bone.
Gotten stung by a bee

don't plan on it


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Eaten something bad/expired.

I've never been quite so poor that I couldn't afford to spit something out if it had really gone bad

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Threw up from being so drunk.
Saw someone throw up from being so drunk.

No.
I try to avoid those kinds of situations.

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Danced with someone of the same sex.

probably, but nothing comes to mind

...

great, this list has actually made me want to go to a dance, of all things
how the hell did it manage that

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Owned an ipod
Owned an iphone.

No, gross.

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Fell for a best friend.
Stole a friendís significant other.
Went far away from home for more than a week.
Moved out.
Ran away.
Had a job.
Been fired.
Lied to a friend.
Lied to a family member.


*yawn*
these are boring
I'm not going to respond to any of them

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Had a Facebook.

NOT ANYMORE AHAHA

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Posted a video on Youtube.

I've
*subtitled japanese music videos
*posted stupid videos of myself and then deleted them because they were awful
*under this name, yellow eyes

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Started a rumor about someone.

what
what kind of rumor

do people actually do this



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Talked bad about someone


I hate you
I hate you forever

If I am having a conversation with you and you start talking bad about someone behind their back my silent glare will drill into your skull and liquefy your brain


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Deliberately failed a test.

that sounds like a bad excuse someone made up for why they didn't do well

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Been skinny dipping.

have you been spying on me
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Counted to a million.

what the hay is this shit

a million seconds is about a dozen days solid
you'd have to dedicate at least a month of your life to this endeavor if you wanted to fully pronounce each number in that sequence

...I've made a computer count to a million, does that count?

actually, I'll count to a million (by millions) right now

zero
one million
done
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Counted to a thousand.

probably once when I was in little-people-school, on a long bus ride or something, but why does this come after the 'million' question
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Ate rabbit meat.
Ate duck meat.
Had fast food.

ducks are delicious
but expensive
and actually not very good if they aren't cooked right

and if you trick yourself into thinking that something is somehow special it will be better on the occasions that you actually have it

so not very often

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Been to Church.

I've attended the services of ten different religions. They all sucked.

I'm not sure why this list item was needed after the Christianity one


but I guess the difference here for me would be that I attended some of those church services willingly (if not seriously)

since they capitalized 'church' does that mean they're referring specifically to the Catholic Church? I've been to a few of those, too.

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Been to Canada.

yes, and I jumped in a lake while I was there

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Been married.
Had a divorce.

nope

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Broke a glass.

not intentionally

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Hugged someone today.

hugs are good, yeah

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Texted someone today.

No, and I'll explain why:

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Received a phone call today.

I haven't even powered my phone on so far this month
there might have been a few calls that I don't know about
there are much better ways of reaching me than the telephone

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Threw something out of the window.

I've thrown myself out of the window

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Ignored a text from someone on purpose.

If you send me a message saying nothing more than "lol Smile" there's not much reason for me to respond

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Wished you were somebody else.

no, because the way I interpret this one, that would mean erasing my ego

the idea of wishing myself out of existence throws me back to the suicide question
because that's what that would be

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Had my feelings hurt by a friend and never told them.

this hurts my feelings

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Met a celebrity

sure, but celebrity-meeting stories are one of the most obnoxious things to me

If you couldn't substitute Jean from accounting into your celebrity story and still make it interesting I don't care

someone's relative fame doesn't make your interactions with them any more or less interesting

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Met your favourite band

My favourite band changes constantly, so I've met a few of my favourite bands, but none that were very big

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Own more than 10 CDís


I currently do not own any CDs! They are obsolete.
also, that apostrophe annoy's the hel'l out of m'e
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WheelsOfConfusion



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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2014 8:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

"Kyle, help!"
"What is it?"
"I can't get my mouse to move on the screen."

Do you know how I fixed this problem? DO YOU KNOW HOW I FIXED THIS PROBLEM????

I unplugged it, then plugged it back in again.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2014 9:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

....and here i was hoping you just got its little feet unhooked from the wires. mice can have claw-snags too, you know!
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 1:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Heretical Rants wrote:

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Started a rumor about someone.

what
what kind of rumor

do people actually do this


I could give you some names if you'd like.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 6:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I haven't listened to Pandora.com for a couple of years now.

This was the correct decision.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 6:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The correct decision was to download all the songs before letting the ads go into overdrive.

Also, pandora was good for making joke stations where you downvoted every single song to see how weird the results would be.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 8:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So tonight I begin my life as a sex worker, namely as a purveyor of goods and media. Hopefully this will produce entertaining stories.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 15, 2014 5:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's a random thought for you guys: unlike many, even most people who have ever lived ever, you read the Sinfest forum.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 15, 2014 8:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm okay with that.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 15, 2014 10:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I usually get a bit nervous when I make a mistake at work but when I make 2 mistakes at once my brain screams CODE RED CODE RED and I'm just sweating bullets while trying to apologize and fix things at the same time (which isn't always a good thing to do).

Especially when my boss is standing next to me. Here's to hoping I haven't messed it up too much today.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 15, 2014 2:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yinello wrote:
I usually get a bit nervous when I make a mistake at work but when I make 2 mistakes at once my brain screams CODE RED CODE RED and I'm just sweating bullets while trying to apologize and fix things at the same time (which isn't always a good thing to do).

Especially when my boss is standing next to me. Here's to hoping I haven't messed it up too much today.


If the mistakes are too huge, and they're a decent manager, they'll care more about how you overcome and respond to your mistakes as opposed to to the mistakes themselves.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 15, 2014 2:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Darqcyde wrote:
Yinello wrote:
I usually get a bit nervous when I make a mistake at work but when I make 2 mistakes at once my brain screams CODE RED CODE RED and I'm just sweating bullets while trying to apologize and fix things at the same time (which isn't always a good thing to do).

Especially when my boss is standing next to me. Here's to hoping I haven't messed it up too much today.


If the mistakes are too huge, and they're a decent manager, they'll care more about how you overcome and respond to your mistakes as opposed to to the mistakes themselves.


Yeah he's pretty great. The mistakes are solved thankfully - it was mostly a communication error on my part. Luckily I work with CEOs who don't blow their heads if someone happens to type in the wrong info in an email and sends the correct one seconds later.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 2:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Protip to the guy driving the shiny new Charger who tried to race me at three lights last night despite me having no interest: if you want to move your big compensatory machine faster than my little Impreza you should learn how to shift into second gear without almost stalling.

People be silly.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 4:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hehe, I was riding in my friend's Honda Civic hybrid one night and this guy in this big truck kept acting like he was racing us. Don't worry, we laughed all the way to the gas station.
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