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Asherian wrote:Someone who understands! People look at me like I'm weird for it : /
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I used to nap on the carpet of my high school library, and the lunchroom tables. The weirdest place I've napped was on a low-lying snow-covered tree branch.

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Asherian wrote:I failed to wake up in a puddles of gold, so sorta yeah.
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Asherian wrote:I've slept on some very nice pile of rocks.

Mostly smooth oens that were sunlit, nothing like sun warmed rocks for sleeping on.
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Kimra wrote:
Asherian wrote:I've slept on some very nice pile of rocks.

Mostly smooth oens that were sunlit, nothing like sun warmed rocks for sleeping on.
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More precisely, either a Skink or a Chameleon.
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Well I was thinking a Water Dragon because I always see them laying about on rocks in the sun. But she's not Australian... so I recommend chameleon because that's cool.
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One time I found a really smooth rock and I kept it. True story.
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mountainmage wrote:One time I found a really smooth rock and I kept it. True story.
One time I found a hunk of concrete and I kept it. This is, unfortunately, also true.

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I'd give you a clapping raccoon but I don't think cement deserves it.
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I was especially enamored with it because I'd never seen such a smooth rock before. Not in the wild anyways.
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Oh, I know. Normally rocks that smooth have to be raised in captivity.
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Do you pet it every night before going to 'sleep'?
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Edminster wrote:Oh, I know. Normally rocks that smooth have to be raised in captivity.
Or bought in a store. Like I meant with my funny choice of words.
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I once found a hub cap while out running.
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Cirtur wrote:I was found by a hub cap while out running.
Fix'd?
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