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Old 04-18-2006, 07:58 AM   #5381
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After the exhaustingly busy easter, I'm back!

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Old 04-18-2006, 09:28 AM   #5382
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And I'm back online, only now in Oxford.

That means I have to do some work again now .
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Old 04-18-2006, 12:07 PM   #5383
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Since this thread won't die, it might as well have lovely hair.
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Old 04-18-2006, 12:11 PM   #5384
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Old 04-18-2006, 12:16 PM   #5385
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Almost as awesome as my post that kills this thread will be.
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Old 04-18-2006, 12:18 PM   #5386
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You just wish your hair was that 'cool.'

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Old 04-18-2006, 12:21 PM   #5387
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Since this thread won't die, it might as well have lovely hair.
Unlike your avatar.
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Old 04-18-2006, 12:25 PM   #5388
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You just wish your hair was that 'cool.'

*snicker*
My hair is cool enough already, thanks .
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Old 04-18-2006, 05:58 PM   #5389
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Dragon Ball Z has some of the coolest hair....its like, RAAAAAAAAAAGH! *pashwing!* MORE HAAAAIR!
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Old 04-18-2006, 08:09 PM   #5390
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Look a placenta!

Yes I know I'm being grose, and for ppl. not understanding it, read this thread..
What would ya do for a mill?

I should be allowed to post grose pics, in the end we're trying to kill the thread...



Blah, now I'm leaving this thread, that thing is grose.. Now I don't wanna have a baby..
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I've seen grosser stuff than that Panthera.

Doesn't bother me (although it might open the eyes of some others. )
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Ew, you're gonna make me into an anti-semenite. Against inseminating anything, ever.
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Old 04-18-2006, 08:20 PM   #5393
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I'd like mine well done please.

Jesus Christ that thing is huge, it must be like giving birth twice!

"Doctor, am I having twins?"
"No ma'am, that's just the placenta! Now PUSH!"
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Am I the only person here with enough of an agrarian background to have seen a placenta in real life before?
The ones I've seen (from cows- more than I can count or care to recall, from a cat- three, and from both a horse and a llama- one each) are only slightly smaller than the fetuses they support. They're icky, but they get ignored because there's a newborn critter taking it's first breaths right beside them.

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It's just part of the package, Mares. Seeing a photo of a placenta out of context is an entirely different experience to being present at a birth. The smell of amniotic fluid triggers a deep-down parental urge, and you will forever feel a special protective feeling and attachment to whatever it is you see being born. When I describe it here it sounds rather gross, but in person it's actually kind of cool.
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I've seen lots!! (cow, horse, dog)
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Okay, this one was just inspired:

http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e2...ntrepicard.jpg
"Make it so!"

The resemblance is uncanny, hehe.
Good one! Is that a goatee? That's rather eerie considering I've been growing a little beard for the past week (no moustache, just a tuft of hair round my chinny chin chin). I'll most likely shave it off in a couple days, I prefer a simple five o'clock shadow.

More picks making fun of me, please! And of Scottsie. At least he and I can laugh at ourselves.
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Good one! Is that a goatee? That's rather eerie considering I've been growing a little beard for the past week (no moustache, just a tuft of hair round my chinny chin chin). I'll most likely shave it off in a couple days, I prefer a simple five o'clock shadow.
Aw, c'mon Trep, keep it! Pleeeaaase? In fact, adding a moustache would be super cool!

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When I consider the scarcity of pics making fun of me even after I declared "open season" on my image, I'm reminded of an old joke:
The Masochist says "Hurt me!", to which the Sadist replies "No".
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Aw, c'mon Trep, keep it! Pleeeaaase? In fact, adding a moustache would be super cool!
I can't. I hate how I look with it. I need to look more mannish, but as it stands I have a boyish face. I just prefer the chin tuft because it makes me look funny weird, like some mutated bald Amish thingy from Mars.
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You find that sexy?

Actually, with that turtleneck, I look like a beatnik. Is there such a thing as a Filipino beatnik?
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