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51 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Nov 26, 2009 4:40 pm

Pietja wrote:But, unfortunatelly for me, I live in Poland where console games are fuken expensive, EVEN for add-ons.
Well, why not play SF IV the way it was intended to be played - i.e. on a PC? Laughing

Any newer(-ish) CPU and a Radeon 4850 should be able to handle the game without breaking a sweat...

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52 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Fri Nov 27, 2009 9:02 am

Man, I have to give tons of presents for my family and close friends.

Mother, father, brother (he'll get that powerfull pc, I'm only giving 1/3 of the price), cousin, uncle & aunt (because I harras their daughter and the other way around).
My best friend, Nadia and her mother... and few co-workers with some stuff.

No candy for me, at least not that one you've mentioned Very Happy.


Friday night. I'm going clubbing, unfortunately - alone. All of my friends are busy, my cousin has some 18 party of her schoolmate...
I like going alone because I have to act. I have to dance, pick up girls, chat with guys and I can decide for my own when to leave.
But on the other hand it's always merrier with some good ol' chaps. Or a crazy cousin Very Happy.

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53 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Fri Nov 27, 2009 9:16 am

Im going to watch a movie with some nice girl ... Couldn`t really put my head to the stuff that were needed to be done... *like school*
Shocked
Still can`t really believe it Wink

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54 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Fri Nov 27, 2009 10:15 pm

I've found something ADORABLE.

It's called a "smitten." It's a big mitten with two holes in it meant for couples to hold hands in. It also comes with an extra pair of mittens for the free hands. Dante and I are getting it. It's too cute. <3



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55 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Sun Nov 29, 2009 1:16 pm

http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2009/3/18/

Oh, lawlz, they've actually made a strip about that! And I remember I've mentioned about it on old forum Very Happy.
Although it's not exactly "syphilis".

But anyway - it made me lol.

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56 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Dec 02, 2009 12:49 pm

I met my colleague girlfriend today and...

... she tried to rape me.

This very attractive tiny devil grabbed my jewels and gave me that look that stated the obvious.
Now, I've seen and experienced lot's of strange behaviours but this was... something. Such a direct act, well, scared me Very Happy. And the dirt she said, oh boy.

But then I've found that she often does that, more often to young girls as my colleague and her like to do threesomes. And she proposed me to do it with her and her boyfriend. And, well, the idea of seeing other man naked doing dirty stuff few centimeters away from me wasn't the best one for me, so I declined.

And my colleague encouraged me to participate too. He also told that he'll be able to enlist a young female friend of his, as she did that before. Now that made me interested, but no. Not with that guy next to me Very Happy.
Damn, and I thought that I was unconvential when it comes to sexual behaviours. Very Happy.

Anyways, I had a nice topic to laugh about with my friend Very Happy.

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57 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Dec 02, 2009 1:21 pm

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58 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Dec 02, 2009 8:36 pm

Today my sales goal for my shift was $480. I ended up selling over $700. Woot! That's going to help me keep the job after the season is over.

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59 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Dec 02, 2009 10:12 pm

I'm moving out on Sunday. Woo!

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60 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Thu Dec 03, 2009 12:47 pm

mariachidevil wrote:I'm moving out on Sunday. Woo!

Lucky...

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61 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Mon Dec 07, 2009 12:51 pm

Well, I'm officially moved out, this is my second morning here.
I've been uber lucky, the people are great, the house is pretty good, the rent is affordable. Shifting fairly smoothly.

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62 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Tue Dec 08, 2009 10:34 am

This song: be Human

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63 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Tue Dec 08, 2009 10:55 am

Winds wrote:This song: be Human
That - and all the other Ghost In The Shell Stand Alone Complex soundtracks... Smile

As for me: several bake trays of gingerbread that I made with my mum definitely have me shifting smoothly - they can't cool down soon enough, and I'm pret-ty sure it won't last until christmas... Very Happy

np: Björk - I Miss You (Post)

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64 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Dec 09, 2009 6:27 am

The Bayonetta demo.

"You want to touch me?"

I could make her say that all day and it would still be amusing.

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65 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Dec 09, 2009 10:37 am

I've just came back from my trip into the most desolate place I know in our side of Tatra mountains. No people, no phones - nothing besides frickin' oil lamp, fireplace and an axe to cut some wood for fire. Of course I've cheated - I was armed with canned food Very Happy.
But being alone, in a total solitude, with a thrilling sense of irrational danger every time when night came is something of a purifying experience.

I needed that badly.


And aside that - "The Name Of The Wind" by Patrick Rothfuss is a very captivating book. My recomendation for fantasy fans.

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66 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Dec 09, 2009 10:59 am

cenaris wrote:The Bayonetta demo.

"You want to touch me?"

I could make her say that all day and it would still be amusing.

Quoted for truth.

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67 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Mon Dec 14, 2009 6:23 am

"The fact that I have a Bi girlfriend with massive D's and doesn't mind if I am with other girls, and if that doesn't tick you off she doesn't mind any fetish I may have(not to pointing out that she giggles when she learns a knew one, and my porn collection is hers to share. Yes men I have found her, the perfect girlfriend." -A piece from the autobiography of the man behind Trevon Fox

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68 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Mon Dec 14, 2009 9:00 am

Trevon Fox wrote:"The fact that I have a Bi girlfriend with massive D's and doesn't mind if I am with other girls, and if that doesn't tick you off she doesn't mind any fetish I may have(not to pointing out that she giggles when she learns a knew one, and my porn collection is hers to share. Yes men I have found her, the perfect girlfriend." -A piece from the autobiography of the man behind Trevon Fox

Brutally truthfully spoken.

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69 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Mon Dec 14, 2009 11:40 am

Thank Cenaris I thought it was to :3

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70 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Tue Dec 15, 2009 12:00 pm

To be brutally honest, I find it both sick and sad that that is what is considered perfect now.

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71 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Tue Dec 15, 2009 2:29 pm

Pandora wrote:To be brutally honest, I find it both sick and sad that that is what is considered perfect now.
*Pets Pandora's head softly while smiling* I thank you for your honesty there Pandora but in all truth I don't see it brutal at all. You are entitled to your own opinion and I respect it to the fullest. To tell you the truth the only thing there that I don't take advantage of in the whole thought is that I would NEVER date to women at the same time. I just can't see myself doing it even though I have the choice to or not. But that is beyond the point, the point is that she can be my best friend and girlfriend and still be damn sexy while shes at it you know?

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72 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Dec 16, 2009 12:35 am

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, as they say. Everyone has their own idea of perfection.

A few things shifting me smoothly right now:
1) the crush I'm getting, feel like I'm back in highschool.
2) this is the second night in a row that a girl is buying me drinks. Different girls though.
3) finally seeing a friend who I've not seen in weeks, and spending an awesome night with her.

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73 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Dec 16, 2009 8:06 am

I read article once about the beauty of females throughout the history. And ages that were harsh towards people favoured chubby, even fat women as a sex symbol, especially the prehistoric figurines and wall paintings prove that. Times like ours, where we live long and prosper Wink favour more skinny women, less fat, etc.

As a man I can only be glad that it's like that Very Happy.
Honestly - fat people - do something about your bodies. It's unhealthy, my co-worker, 35 years old, weight 145kg, had a heart attack last year. He survived, but docs said that he should get slimmer.
Besides obese people simply look awful.


this is the second night in a row that a girl is buying me drinks. Different girls though.
Last saturday when I was in a club I was treated four times. Once by a girl wich came with two vietnamese friends (she was polish though) and then THEY treated me AND that girl three times.
They looked quite pissed when I was dancing for two hours with their "friend".
So, I've only spent money on entrance fee Very Happy.

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74 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Dec 16, 2009 3:42 pm

Trevon Fox wrote:
Pandora wrote:To be brutally honest, I find it both sick and sad that that is what is considered perfect now.
*Pets Pandora's head softly while smiling* I thank you for your honesty there Pandora but in all truth I don't see it brutal at all. You are entitled to your own opinion and I respect it to the fullest. To tell you the truth the only thing there that I don't take advantage of in the whole thought is that I would NEVER date to women at the same time. I just can't see myself doing it even though I have the choice to or not. But that is beyond the point, the point is that she can be my best friend and girlfriend and still be damn sexy while shes at it you know?

Oh, yes, of course. I'm a very firm believer in having a very happy and satisfying sex life with your partner of choice. That's entirely your business and your decision, not mine. If you're happy, that's awesome.

I'm just the kind of person who prefers to keep the details of my sex life private. I also like hearing about what makes someone perfect aside from what they can do in the bedroom. Some guys would read that description and not give a crap if she's smart or an engaging person outside of that. Not all guys, of course not all, but some. Social conditioning tells us that's what would be perfect, without regard to her personality or what she is like aside from those things. We are socially conditioned to judge women based on their sexual prowess (and men sometimes too. But that's a whole double standard I'm not in the mood to get into.) I don't know her, so of course I can't comment on what the rest of her is like. I think it would sound better if you said "the perfect girlfriend for me" instead of just "the perfect girlfriend" because not everyone agrees on what is perfect in a partner.

Regarding women as sex symbols, I'd rather be considered an actual person, and not a sexual icon. I am a sexual being, yes, I like sex, and I enjoy my sex life with my boyfriend to it's fullest, but I am not a sexual object for anyone. I am not an object. Whether a woman is fat or skinny, she should never be considered an object representative of sex alone. In an ideal world, I think, niether men, nor women would be sexualized that way. We would view each other as people and respect each other regardless of gender or physical appearance.

And when someone is heavy, or fat, it's not always because of laziness or careless, unhealthy eating. There are health issues that can cause involuntary weight gain. My mother, for example, had an accident at work four years ago that caused a chemical burn to her lungs. Her lungs were damaged, so she can't breathe right, and she was put on a medication that caused her to gain weight, she got off the medication for a while, and lost some of it, but then she suffered from a pinched nerve caused by a slipped disk in her back and had to start going on medications all over again. Another case, my friend. She has been heavy all her life, no matter what she tried. And believe me, she tried everything she could think of to lose weight. Only just last year did she finally find out why nothing worked, it was because of a serious problem with her thyroid. It it too late to do anything about it, since it took so many years to get the diagnosis. She is going to be overweight until the day she dies. All she can do now is work to maintain her weight as it is and not get any heavier. But that doesn't make her any less worthy of someone's time. She is still a great person.

Bottom line, don't judge.

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75 Re: What shifts you smoothly? on Wed Dec 16, 2009 4:59 pm

Well the reason I don't mind how you feel is very much explained in the paragraph you wrote there. first off neither me nor my partner are thin or skinny or whatever. I myself will probably not be able to ever get thin there will only two routes for me, muscle bound or a little thick with muscle under it. I choose the latter because I won't very much enjoy being being muscle bound. (Not saying I don't work out a bit to keep myself healthy lol)I mean if you really wanted to know what else made her perfect I would tell you in a heart beat. Though I only put the perfect as a small joke and also partly because on a physical level most guys can agree on such a thing. But then again it wouldn't matter what I put or not because none is perfect so put something or someone is perfect is a futile attempt because there will always be one or two people who do not agree. I am sorry that offended you but it was supposed to be all in good fun you know? I do not see any woman as a sexual object or trust me I would not be dating only one at a time, I respect women very much but maybe just not enough for some. But we are getting off of the topic of the thread, of you wish to discuss the matter more you can via pm. I just don't want to hijack someone elses thread for personal kind of debate.

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