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Observations and Truths

Post by Starry on Sat 22 Dec 2012, 10:23 pm

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Ever observe something that really, really, really, really needed to be shared? Ever realized something so undeniably true that you had to share it with someone?

Yeah, so have I. I usually share these observations/truths with the first person or people available. These lucky people usually think I'm insane. That's why I started this topic. We need a place to share these things with people who understand our craziness.

There are really no rules for this thread. Just don't use it only to chat. You CAN chat, but please put at least one observation or truth in each post. It would also be nice if you'd separate your on-topic discussion from your off-topic discussion. []s, {}s, spoiler tags or hide tags would work well for this.

Have fun!
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Post by Sarent on Mon 22 Apr 2013, 3:13 pm

>> I need a pedal bank.

>> Willows are easy to grow.
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Post by Eppie on Mon 22 Apr 2013, 8:46 pm

- Pain is very painful.

- There are like a cazillion new peeps on here that I don't know. 0_o.

- I think it is funny how I am now classified as a "semisocialized conversationalist"

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Re: Observations and Truths

Post by Starry on Mon 22 Apr 2013, 9:07 pm

- Willows are not always easy to grow.

- The post ranks are an unedited first draft written in a more pessimistic time. I don't think I expected anyone to get up to "Semisocialized Conversationalist." :P

- I should come up with less-weird post ranks.

- Boys are confusing. Glare
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Re: Observations and Truths

Post by Sarent on Mon 22 Apr 2013, 9:51 pm

>> Bread can be very painful. Cryptic

>> Tiredness is often worse than sleepiness.

>> Nobody should be allowed to make up any more new land-division systems.

>> All crack-type willows are easy to grow from cuttings.

>> The post-ranks are probably fine.

>> Sarents are cryptic.

>> Chair seats should not slope backwards.

>> I wish I understood half of people's mental states so that I would learn not to be concerned about the other half.
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Re: Observations and Truths

Post by Starry on Mon 22 Apr 2013, 10:52 pm

- Bread is pain. Pain is bread.

- The best post rank is the final one.

- West Point is wasting its time emailing me.
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Re: Observations and Truths

Post by Sarent on Mon 22 Apr 2013, 11:16 pm

>> The final post rank has previously changed.

>> West Point wastes a lot of its emailing time.

>> The end of the day is unclear.
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Post by Starry on Tue 23 Apr 2013, 3:38 pm

- I noticed that the final post rank has changed, hence why I said it was the best one.

- No one is ever going to get up to the final post rank.

- PROVE ME WRONG.

- The end of the day is dark.

- I should spend more time outside.
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Post by Sarent on Tue 23 Apr 2013, 8:53 pm

>> Sometimes the obvious must be stated.

>> I shall just have to prove you wrong then.

>> At the end of the day, the end of the day is the day's end.

>> Excessive humidity can alleviate allergies.

>> The unexpected is almost always either better or worse than the expected.
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Post by muffinman219 on Wed 24 Apr 2013, 10:04 pm

- I haven't posted in here in a while...

- I'm also a Semisocialised Conversationalist!!

- I can think of a few ways to easily reach the final rank, all of which would get me kicked off this site Cryptic

- Narnian music is AWESOME!!
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Re: Observations and Truths

Post by Eppie on Thu 25 Apr 2013, 1:57 pm

- Counting tiny seeds makes my head hurt.

- I am not quite sure about bread, but bagels are painful.

- RED HEADS.

- Humans are confusing.

- Google glasses are slightly creepy.

- Irony is annoyingly amusing a lot of the time.

- There seems to be more girls on here than boys.
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Re: Observations and Truths

Post by Sarent on Thu 25 Apr 2013, 2:32 pm

>> Tiny seeds are difficult to plant.

>> Bagels are painful to eat; however, they are also bread, so they are pain.

>> I am the most ironic of the boys present on the site.
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Post by Starry on Thu 25 Apr 2013, 5:00 pm

- Thumbs Up

- I should probably explain the bread thing.

- In a swamp, areas without plants are usually without plants for a reason.

- It's not a good idea to walk in such areas.

- It is possible to cross a stream in snowshoes.
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Re: Observations and Truths

Post by Sarent on Thu 25 Apr 2013, 10:40 pm

>> The bread is French.

>> In a swamp, even if you are in a meadow area, it is best to keep an eye on one's lime green swords.

>> Songs for "Rate the Song Above You" are often difficult to think of.
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Post by Starry on Sat 27 Apr 2013, 9:36 pm

- "Pain" is French for bread.

- Good to keep an eye on one's ski poles in a swamp, too.

- Songs for "Rate the Song Above You" can be nearly impossible to think of.

- Open water is beautiful.
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Re: Observations and Truths

Post by muffinman219 on Thu 23 May 2013, 9:36 am

- One of the most devastating moments of my life is when a friend says they think Doctor Who is lame (and no, I don't mean can't walk :P ).

- This topic is much less active than it once was Sad

- Some TV shows are just plain confusing!

- Other than that... Nothing to add, folk
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Post by Starry on Tue 28 May 2013, 9:26 pm

- I'm going to assume you were talking about Doctor Who when you said some TV shows are just plain confusing. :P

- Though, on second thought, you could have been talking about Revolution. >_>

- Perhaps things would have become clearer if I'd watched more of Revolution, but I don't see why they can't use solar panels if they need electricity so badly.

- I haven't posted in a while. Sigh

- Yesterday was awesome.

- Cloudy spring days can be less depressing than sunny winter days.
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Re: Observations and Truths

Post by Sarent on Wed 29 May 2013, 2:52 pm

>> Words should not be gender-linked as a general system. Names probably should be.

>> Uncertainty is relentless.

>> The day before yesterday was awesome. Cryptic

>> Cloudy winter days can be less depressing than sunny summer days.

>> One should not make up acronyms without also noting, somewhere, what they actually stand for.

>> Laughter can be endearing.

>> Fish ladders are not actually ladders.
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Post by Eppie on Wed 29 May 2013, 8:34 pm

- I haven't been on here in a really long time.

- I am joining a marching band. :3

-This forum is less active because I haven't been on.

- The people that I actually want to be friends with like in different states, and the people I don't want to be friends with live 10 minutes away.

- I DISLIKE CICADAS AND THEY ARE COMING SOON! Evil or Very Mad Shocked

- I haven't talked to any of you in a while, so, "Hi".
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Re: Observations and Truths

Post by Sarent on Wed 29 May 2013, 8:39 pm

>> The forum is less active because nobody posts in any of the other topics than this one.

>> The people that I am friends with are in different states.

>> Despite the obsession with periodical cicadas, Dogday Cicadas are out every year anyway.


And as a non-observation, hello back. :P
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Post by Starry on Tue 04 Jun 2013, 10:38 pm

- The forum is less active because nobody posts anywhere.

- I should post more. Glare

- People who have friends living nearby are lucky, but I feel luckier to have the friends I have. I'd rather be friends with people who are genuinely special to me than just with people who live where I do. Yes, it would be great if the people I'm friends with lived nearby, but distance doesn't make me feel any less lucky to know them.

- Taxidermy does not necessarily lend a pleasantly northwoods-y atmosphere to a room.

And hi, Eppie. (:
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Re: Observations and Truths

Post by Sokar on Wed 19 Jun 2013, 4:22 pm

- This is a fascinating discussion topic.

- It has been a long time since I last visited.

- OR HAS IT?

- I am willing to bet no one noticed my absence.

- If I was, indeed, absent.
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Re: Observations and Truths

Post by Eppie on Fri 21 Jun 2013, 10:45 pm

- Long car drives aren't pleasurable.

- I like crocs, but don't own a pair.

- I'm tired.
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Post by Sarent on Thu 27 Jun 2013, 12:32 pm

>> I may be more opinionated about other people's shoes than I am about my own.

>> If 2008 was the beginning of the end, will it be the end of the beginning by the end of this year?  Cryptic

>> Evolution has saddled us with emotion.  WHY

>> I refuse to buy music that doesn't come as physical media.

>> At a certain point, procrastination just becomes laziness.

>> Why am I even posting here right now.
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Post by Starry on Fri 19 Jul 2013, 1:19 pm

- July is a busy month.

- The beads have holes in them.

- People will insist upon purchasing poor-quality pseudoresin animal figurines.

- Some men should not be allowed to pick out jewelry for their spouses.

- Nothing strikes terror into the hearts of shop workers quite like the approach of a large group of camp kids.

- Emotion can be a good thing. It can also be confusing, painful, and frustrating. But it can be good.
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Re: Observations and Truths

Post by Sarent on Fri 19 Jul 2013, 11:10 pm

>> July can be made a bearable month.

>> The poor-quality pseudoresin animal figurines should not have holes in them.

>> I suspect I would give some consideration to chromium and rhodium jewelry.

>> If I had a partner I probably wouldn't consider nickel or zinc.

>> There's an emotion for everything.

>> Online conversations can be intense.

>> Many things have happened on the internet tonight, mostly good things of one level or another.

>> Young chickens' beaks are sharp.
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