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101 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Dec 24, 2009 12:42 am

Zaran wrote:So... Kickarse Present + Magical Hotel Night + Morning After Coffee = Win?

This always shifts me smoothly: Warm Milk and Brandy before bed

Yeah. He said that it was the best birthday he's had so far.

Do you put the two together? What does that taste like?

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102 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Dec 24, 2009 10:53 am

Pandora wrote:

Do you put the two together? What does that taste like?

Yep, really helps with sleeping trouble when warm santa

It depends on what type of brandy you use, I recommend coffee brandy. You get that nice flavor without the caffeine rush.



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103 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Dec 24, 2009 3:57 pm

Choosing a right christmas gift for my young friend, and her mother.

Unfortunatelly, reciveing gifts is difficult for me, especially the bad ones.
But that's not a case for this topic.

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104 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Dec 24, 2009 8:08 pm

Seeing a puppy at work and letting it nibble my hand. SO CUTE!

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105 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Dec 24, 2009 9:33 pm

Actually finishing a sorta flash movie. Son of a b*tch. x_x

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106 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sat Dec 26, 2009 10:33 pm

I've been commissioned to do a tattoo design for one of my co-workers....for...for...f-for...$200...0_o...

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107 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sun Dec 27, 2009 5:52 pm

What shifts me smoothly... is knowing something of worth to write.

... Which... Does this fit the bill?

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108 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sun Dec 27, 2009 6:37 pm

Rad wrote:What shifts me smoothly... is knowing something of worth to write.

... Which... Does this fit the bill?

heh, one can imagine

I got shifted pretty smoothly yesterday at the movie theater when my crush whom I haven't seen for a few years literally ran up to me and gave me a jump hug that lasted for minutes. She'd never done that before Wink

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109 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Mon Dec 28, 2009 2:38 am

Zaran wrote:
I got shifted pretty smoothly yesterday at the movie theater when my crush whom I haven't seen for a few years literally ran up to me and gave me a jump hug that lasted for minutes. She'd never done that before Wink

Good for you. Usually when I see my old girlfriends I have to hide somwhere or run for my life Laughing.


Smoothshifter - due to the fact that I'm sick (wich is ick), I have lot's of time for myself.
And once again I've started writing. Eight pages of 12 size font crafted up during last, sleeples night (sniffles & stuff).
I wish I'd only knew how to continue with the story I made up Very Happy.

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110 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Mon Dec 28, 2009 7:37 am

Pietja wrote:
Zaran wrote:
I got shifted pretty smoothly yesterday at the movie theater when my crush whom I haven't seen for a few years literally ran up to me and gave me a jump hug that lasted for minutes. She'd never done that before Wink

Good for you. Usually when I see my old girlfriends I have to hide somwhere or run for my life Laughing.

Smoothshifter - due to the fact that I'm sick (wich is ick), I have lot's of time for myself.
And once again I've started writing. Eight pages of 12 size font crafted up during last, sleeples night (sniffles & stuff).
I wish I'd only knew how to continue with the story I made up Very Happy.

lol, hell hath no fur like a woman's scorn xD

Add guns, lots of them. It always helps any stories whether from Harry Potter to Halo or Twilight (in this case add gunships)

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111 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Tue Dec 29, 2009 1:59 pm

Going to the cinema and watching Avatar in 3D, the first example of 3D I'd ever seen. I like it Very Happy

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112 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Tue Dec 29, 2009 2:09 pm

Finally getting to read Battle Vixens again. Hot women whoopin ass what more can you ask for in a manga?!

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113 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Tue Dec 29, 2009 5:13 pm

cenaris wrote:Going to the cinema and watching Avatar in 3D, the first example of 3D I'd ever seen. I like it Very Happy

Nevermind the stupid plot and forgetable characters I'd say it was a nice show full of eyecandy. But 300 milions? Come on...
I watched it on saturday in IMAX. Full of people.

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114 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Dec 30, 2009 11:59 am

cenaris wrote:Going to the cinema and watching Avatar in 3D, the first example of 3D I'd ever seen. I like it Very Happy

The gunship battle is just kickarse right?

Right now I'm being smoothly shifted by this new peach mango salsa I just made, so f***in good....

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115 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Dec 31, 2009 7:12 am

Zaran wrote:
cenaris wrote:Going to the cinema and watching Avatar in 3D, the first example of 3D I'd ever seen. I like it Very Happy

The gunship battle is just kickarse right?

Right now I'm being smoothly shifted by this new peach mango salsa I just made, so f***in good....

40ml of rum
10ml triple sec curacao
10ml malibu liqour
1/2 long drink glass of orange juice (fresh, squeezed)
1/3 long drink glass of peach juice

Shake it in a shaker, add a splash of grenadine, use slice of pineapple as a decoration (eat after drinking), and if you like - mint.

Present it as it is, but order the customer to mix it with a straw. It will cause the grenadine to mix with the rest, so that is why you present it unmixed.

Smacznego!
Wink

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116 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Dec 31, 2009 9:03 am

Presenting the greatest game ever made: Japanese Jack Bauer slot machine!
http://www.gametrailers.com/user-movie/24-the-slot-machine-japan/337242?playlist=featured
very WTF, but it shifted me all the way through because it's so amusing.

Marvel as the cast of 24 become chibified animated paronoid wrecks.
Behold Jack's brasen hard-assery
Bathe in the glory of Kim running away from Agent Smith. Lots of Agent Smiths. With lightning guns.
Embrace the overuse of the phrase "WHAT?"

Laughing

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117 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Dec 31, 2009 11:40 am

Being shifted smoothly by finally getting my boyfriend to watch The Incredibles. I think it's one of Pixar's best. Plus, he may look funny on the outside, but Syndrome is a pretty nasty f*cker.

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118 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Dec 31, 2009 3:46 pm

Shifting smoothly with my friend having more time to pay so i can get money together for her(glee!), happy new years all.

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119 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Dec 31, 2009 3:58 pm

My smooth shifter is my green tea with honey and apple santa

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120 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Fri Jan 01, 2010 6:51 am

New Years Eve party was a nice one.

First of - alcohol. Fact, I was the lone island among the sea of vodka and beer. I've brought gin, tequilla, rum, curacao triple sec, malibu, martini, campari, absinth, whiskey, cointreau and few others. It didn't suprised me that people were skeptical to these foregin inventions, but it suprised me that girls were especially hostile towards those. But, as time has flied, people got their buzzers in their heads activated by vodka, they started gathering around my modest persona. And, thus said - mixing has started. Drinks, cocktails, clear shots of absinth (wich I was forced with one group to prove that it's not poisoning Very Happy)...
Seriously, I was amazed by the fact that everybody was still standing before midnight.

Second - girls. The host of this party, a friend of mine, said that there'll be lot's of girls. A nice fact itself, but still I was wondering about quality.
And, oh boy, it was purrrfect. From what I saw there were at least three girls on one guy, and most of them were aged 17 to 22 MAX. And there were really pretty, there was no ugly face around. How did that happened, how my friend gathered such a nice bunch of foxes, I don't know, neither did he, apparently.
I had a nice time with one of them, still a high schooler from what I remember, but when I woke up today I totally forgot her name. I have her phone number written in my cell phone memory, but calling her, without knowing what her name was seems kind of rude.

Thirdly - as far as I know these forum rules prohibits the promotion of illegal substances, so I won't promote them - they're bad! They're evil! Don't take 'em! Don't take the bad example of Pietja! Wink

So, it was a nice, foggy step into a new decade.


Resolutions : Be more awesome that I am now.
Same as every year, one simple rule to follow. Mind is focused on that and it works!

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121 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sat Jan 02, 2010 8:44 am

I've just finished a story! Fourty four pages written in small font.
Young, lonely girl, guy in his late 20's as a narrator, mother of that girl, all in december setting!

I've sent it to one of my friends, he says he likes the narrative style.

Yay me! Very Happy

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122 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sat Jan 02, 2010 11:06 am

Congratulations...

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123 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sat Jan 02, 2010 8:31 pm

what shifts me smooothly...

Not having my girlfriend drag me to Times Square for the ball drop. I worked out there, that's my old office. No thanks.

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124 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sat Jan 02, 2010 8:53 pm

Rad wrote:what shifts me smooothly...

Not having my girlfriend drag me to Times Square for the ball drop. I worked out there, that's my old office. No thanks.

Sounds like it would be uncomfortably crowded anyway.

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125 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:25 pm

Lol, I heard the cops dropped the ball before it was set up.

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