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Jusskah wrote:raxozellet sounds familiar : 0000

And Sahan, who were you? On explosm I mean.
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"I wonder if chemists feel bad that they're always left out of these sorts of jokes."

Since when is chemistry not a science?

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I got to say it, and I know I'll sound like a loser (which is okay, because most of the people here are losers I gather) but I have been lurking for a while. I then registered and everything... I just didn't know where to post. I didn't know if the was some small little thing I had missed.

Yeah... *shame*
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more forums are really good when there are so many members, that everyone posting in the same place becomes a hassle. One of my favorite forums started with 4 and expanded to 13 to keep everyone happy.
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That's a good point, actually. With the small numbers we had, we had no need for multiple sections. But it also made it difficult to reel in more posters too.
Although, that's not really true, as we have had more sections before, and that never changed anything (though they weren't neatly structured the way it is now).

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Sahan wrote:
Jusskah wrote:raxozellet sounds familiar : 0000

And Sahan, who were you? On explosm I mean.
Santa's Anagram. I know the name doesn't make sense, but meh. Thanks mountainmage, Zach can steal it if I get it royalties (one night stand with Tucker's mom).
Ah, I remember you! to an extent, at least. I'm Emo Haircut. Bahaha.

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Jusskah wrote:I'm Emo Haircut. Bahaha.
This truly means something coming from me:

That's a terrible name...
Fuck 'em.

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I know, I know.

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Brother Dysk wrote:
Jusskah wrote:I'm Emo Haircut. Bahaha.
This truly means something coming from me:

That's a terrible name...
Particularly since emoes* don't even cut their hair... or their nails... or anything else other than their wrists**.

*Emos sounds too much like a cool Ancient Greek god/goddess.
**Paper might also be on the list.
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"I wonder if chemists feel bad that they're always left out of these sorts of jokes."

Since when is chemistry not a science?

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Sahan wrote:
Brother Dysk wrote:
Jusskah wrote:I'm Emo Haircut. Bahaha.
This truly means something coming from me:

That's a terrible name...
Particularly since emoes* don't even cut their hair... or their nails... or anything else other than their wrists**.

*Emos sounds too much like a cool Ancient Greek god/goddess.
**Paper might also be on the list.
You forgot that they cut their souls and their lives*. Also, there is a god called Eros, a.k.a. Cupid.


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Emos sounds too much like a cool Ancient Greek god/goddess.
Also, there is a god called Eros, a.k.a. Cupid.
If I'm not entirely mistaken, Emoles was the God of loneliness. He sat at home, causing pain to himself in order to relieve the bad blood inside of him. His followers the Emos symbolized their favourite god by cutting themselves in ornate patterns, which they hid for fear of prosecution.

The Emos of today must of discovered this interesting fact and joined in. Sadly they lack the compassion and love of art that the original Emos did so. Instead of ornate patterns, a simple slash is used today along with the displaying of said cuts.
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Lottel wrote:If I'm not entirely mistaken, Emoles was the God of loneliness. He sat at home, causing pain to himself in order to relief the bad blood inside of him. His followers the Emos symbolized their favourite god by cutting themselves in ornate patterns, which they hid for fear of prosecution.

The Emos of today must of discovered this interesting fact and joined in. Sadly they lack the compassion and love of art that the original Emos did so. Instead of ornate patterns, a simple slash is used today along with the displaying of said cuts.
Don't forget that most modern day Emos are not actual believers, but mostly pay lip-service to the religion, so as to fit in with their other Emos friends.

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and thus a canon was born

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Lottel wrote:The Emos of today must of discovered this interesting fact...
I'm sorry, but that sentence fails the "English" parser.
Fuck 'em.

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Brother Dysk wrote:
Lottel wrote:The Emos of today must of discovered this interesting fact...
I'm sorry, but that sentence fails the "English" parser.
Gah! I am so ashamed...Image
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Lottel wrote:
Brother Dysk wrote:
Lottel wrote:The Emos of today must of discovered this interesting fact...
I'm sorry, but that sentence fails the "English" parser.
Gah! I am so ashamed...Image
Enough with the foreign smilies! You're making waves, and that both confuses and infuriates me! :evil:
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