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    Video games, food, ponies among other cartoons, awesome people, and most recently, because of college - sleep.
  1. Merry Birthiversary!

  2. Merry Birthiversary! 

  3. I like it! The pose in particular and the way he's "zipping along" really makes it stand out. I like how you drew his mane, too, gives the picture a sense of momentum. All in all, there's a great deal of personality in this pic. Keep it up!
  4. Sorry to hear that. From what I can tell, though, you seem like a really likable person. I think it's just a matter of time before you'll meet that special someone who isn't afraid to "open you up" a little bit. Don't let whatever psychological problems slow you down. Life has a way of rewarding those who stay true to themselves - you'll be more than fine
  5. I've tasted just enough love to know why I need more of it in my life. It's what keeps you going, what makes everyday worth getting up early for. It's such a simple notion - just the thought that out there, somebody special loves you back for who you are - yet, it's magical, addictive, inspirational, and unforgettable. I've never had a serious relationship and I'm 19 now. While I messed around with the idea when I was younger, I just kind of backed off from the whole "girl" scene at one point, and haven't really looked back since. It was a combination of several things. For one, I've alway
  6. I voted for Clowns. There's other stuff that scares me more, but clowns were kinda ruined for me early-on once I discovered Spawn and Steven King's "It." ...yeah. Good bye, sweet innocence.
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    Books Redwall

    Oh yeah, man. Redwall is kick ass. My favorites (and I only read a handful) were the titular "Redwall" and "Mossflower." I had a difficult time getting into some of the others, but yeah - those books really blew my mind back in fourth grade. They still hold up today, too, unlike a lot of children's literature (*ahem* Goosebumps) so check 'em out if you ever get the urge to read about little furry dudes with swords n' stuff.
  8. I can't make it this year since Maryland is on the other side of the continent from where I am, but this is awesome news. Although I'm sure things will be pretty kick-ass regardless - have a great time, you guys!
  9. These look pretty good! I went to the mall on Sunday with a friend and the Build-A-Bear had been absolutely swarmed by a group of local bronies - it was pretty coincidental, actually xD I didn't get one myself since the friend I was with was kinda on-the-clock and had to get back to school, but I'm liking all these pictures you guys are posting. Looks like a reasonably inexpensive way to get your pony plushie fix!
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    Movies/TV Kick-Ass 2

    This and Evil Dead are the only two things I'm actually excited for as far as cinema goes. I absolutely love the first Kick-Ass - it's like if Tarantino or Rodriguez decided to take on the superhero genre. It's gratuitously violent, crass, and has a pretty sick sense of humor - but it's also the most entertaining and compelling portrayal of anything superheroes that I've ever seen. If you guys haven't seen the first yet, drop everything you're doing right now and go watch it. There are so many reasons to be excited for Kick-Ass 2.
  11. /rez I played some gnashers-only FFA this weekend. Oh my god, it was so much fun. I cranked up my sensitivity, and I think I've got a little of my old Gears groove back. I'm still a ways from getting first every match or whatever, but I hey - I had a good time I kinda tossed Judgment aside for a while because BioShock came out and broke my life with how awesome it is, but I'm glad to be getting back into it.
  12. You made me laugh today - just thought you should know that :3 http://i.imgur.com/vUF9MhA.png

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      Hehe... thank you. :3

  13. Good to hear that, then. It always bums me out when gamers aren't up for new things. It sounds like you're talking about "mature" in a tonal sense. I meant in more of a storytelling sense - exploring characters and themes in a deeper and inevitably darker fashion (I think Twilight Princess hinted on this, but I'm not sure). Aesthetic choices like blood and gore hardly make a game, but yes, certainly, when developers push for that sort of maturity, you get games like Prince of Persia: Warrior Within and I dunno what else... Shadow the Hedgehog? Anyway, those sort of "bad-boy" themed gam
  14. Well, yeah. But Nintendo has been putting out Zelda for years now, and at this point the formula is pretty much standardized. It wouldn't hurt to pull a DmC and experiment a little. New things are good, y'know, and I think Zelda in particular is a little more than overdue.
  15. Fridays, now actually xD Mondays are fantastic since I don't have class until 11:30. Fridays suck now though, because I have three classes more or less in a row and then I have to take the bus home which is always *packed* with other kids. It's so meh. But once I'm out of class, Fridays are usually pretty great. They're really liberating since you feel entitled to blow off everything else for the next two-and-a-half days.
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