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Chat Thread 39: A Heartwarming Children's Movie
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Author:  MapleRatty [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 8:22 pm ]
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sooo....the wourl obviously didn't end....and I just got done calling my dad...to tell him...
"IN YOUR ******* FACE!!!"
dad and I dont have a good relationship

also, I got cake!

so, all in all, this day was pretty good :P :D :) ;)

Author:  Radio Blue Heart [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 8:33 pm ]
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All this talk about looks reminds of some advice that my father gave me once. I was about 10 or 11 years old when my father sat down next to me, put his hand on my shoulder and said:

"Radio. You are ugly, stupid and useless, and no one will ever love you."

And you know what? He was right. I learned to accept my fate a long time ago.

Author:  McFly [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 8:34 pm ]
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RandomGeekNamedBrent Wrote:
KJOokami Wrote:
I like to refer to myself as a ginger-beard.

run, run, as fast as you can.
you can't catch me, I'm the gingerbeard man

Dang...

Beat me to it.

Author:  0404 [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 8:35 pm ]
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Radio Blue Heart Wrote:
All this talk about looks reminds of some advice that my father gave me once. I was about 10 or 11 years old when my father sat down next to me, put his hand on my shoulder and said:

"Radio. You are ugly, stupid and useless, and no one will ever love you."

And you know what? He was right. I learned to accept my fate a long time ago.

you know, some father just doesn't know how to say things straight. they just end up talking opposite. maybe..

Author:  Radio Blue Heart [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 8:38 pm ]
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No, not really...

Author:  RandomGeekNamedBrent [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 8:38 pm ]
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McFly Wrote:
RandomGeekNamedBrent Wrote:
KJOokami Wrote:
I like to refer to myself as a ginger-beard.

run, run, as fast as you can.
you can't catch me, I'm the gingerbeard man

Dang...

Beat me to it.

type, type, as fast as you can.
you can't beat me, I'm SomeRandomGeek, man.

Author:  Tha Housefox [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 8:47 pm ]
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JeffCvt Wrote:
I'm not blond or ginger.

I must be ugly then. :(

This.

Author:  Beagle [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 8:59 pm ]
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Tha Housefox Wrote:
JeffCvt Wrote:
I'm not blond or ginger.

I must be ugly then. :(

This.

If I told every person here who I found attractive, I'd either get attacked by their significant other, harrassed, or labeled. I just gave my preference, but it's not all inclusive. XP

Also, all of you quit calling yourselves ugly. You know what's ugly? A lack of self-confidence. A guy who looks like the backside of a mule but has the complete composure of a gentleman will end up happier than the pretty boy who thinks he deserves a girl just because he's got "good looks". I've never dated anyone who "normal people" would call attractive, but they've always been my dashing suitor because they treated me right until the very end.

This has been a PSA by one of the few girls on the Housepets! forum.

Author:  Dissension [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:05 pm ]
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Beagle Wrote:
Diss knows that I find gingers and blondes (dirty blondes in particular) incredibly attractive.

Oh yeah. I went there.

Beagle Wrote:
Blue eyes could be your redeeming quality, boys. Or green, green is nice.

I have blond hair, a red beard, and blue eyes. I'm actually incredibly attractive. *giggles*

Tha Housefox Wrote:
JeffCvt Wrote:
I'm not blond or ginger.

I must be ugly then. :(

This.
Hush, Brenden, you're adorable. x3

Author:  0404 [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:08 pm ]
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Diss sounds unusual.

Author:  Tha Housefox [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:10 pm ]
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Dissension Wrote:
Beagle Wrote:
Diss knows that I find gingers and blondes (dirty blondes in particular) incredibly attractive.

Oh yeah. I went there.

Beagle Wrote:
Blue eyes could be your redeeming quality, boys. Or green, green is nice.

I have blond hair, a red beard, and blue eyes. I'm actually incredibly attractive. *giggles*

Tha Housefox Wrote:
JeffCvt Wrote:
I'm not blond or ginger.

I must be ugly then. :(

This.
Hush, Brenden, you're adorable. x3

NO I REFUSE TO BELIEVE IT.
ALSO GO GREEN EYES.

texascat018 Wrote:
Diss sounds unusual.

Diss IS unusual.
Beagle Wrote:
Tha Housefox Wrote:
JeffCvt Wrote:
I'm not blond or ginger.

I must be ugly then. :(

This.

If I told every person here who I found attractive, I'd either get attacked by their significant other, harrassed, or labeled. I just gave my preference, but it's not all inclusive. XP

Also, all of you quit calling yourselves ugly. You know what's ugly? A lack of self-confidence. A guy who looks like the backside of a mule but has the complete composure of a gentleman will end up happier than the pretty boy who thinks he deserves a girl just because he's got "good looks". I've never dated anyone who "normal people" would call attractive, but they've always been my dashing suitor because they treated me right until the very end.

This has been a PSA by one of the few girls on the Housepets! forum.

I actually don't think I'm /ugly/ per se, just not really physically attractive. Eh. AND I TREAT ANYONE I LOVE LIKE A TOTAL GENTLEMAN... if you get past the teasing. X3

Author:  Dissension [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:11 pm ]
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Y'all know ya love me. x3

Author:  Beagle [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:18 pm ]
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Dissension Wrote:
Hush, Brenden, you're adorable. x3

There, he said it, so now I can't get in trouble with THF's S.O.

THD, you treat them well, so doesn't it make sense that you have a great relationship? :P I'm telling y'all, looks are only subjective, so quit being so dang hard on yourselves.

Author:  Tha Housefox [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:21 pm ]
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Beagle Wrote:
Dissension Wrote:
Hush, Brenden, you're adorable. x3

There, he said it, so now I can't get in trouble with THF's S.O.

THD, you treat them well, so doesn't it make sense that you have a great relationship? :P I'm telling y'all, looks are only subjective, so quit being so dang hard on yourselves.

It's true. As long as you love each other for personality, you'll be amazed how amazing they look even if they're ugly to someone else.

Author:  Beagle [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:25 pm ]
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Yessir! Even the most average man can become more stunning than (stereotypical handsome man's name here) in the eyes of the woman he loves if he treats her right and they have equal respect for one another.

Author:  0404 [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:31 pm ]
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are we having another semi relationship conversation again? aurghhhhhhh

Author:  JeffCvt [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:32 pm ]
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Beagle Wrote:
Blue eyes could be your redeeming quality, boys. Or green, green is nice.


My eyes are literally green-blue. Neither one or the other, but both at the same time. I guess that makes me better looking than I thought...

Beagle Wrote:
If I told every person here who I found attractive, I'd either get attacked by their significant other, harrassed, or labeled. I just gave my preference, but it's not all inclusive. XP

I have no significant other, don't judge based on a person's likes or dislikes, and don't actually care what people think of how I look in the first place. (I wear rainbow shoelaces just because I can)

It bothers me how people can actually do that kind of stuff and be serious about it. Makes me glad that this forum was the first one I really ever took a close look at and joined. (And the only one that I am currently in) Everyone here is friendly, the moderators are actually on and moderate when need be, and this sight is one of the most well designed forums I have seen.

Author:  Tha Housefox [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:38 pm ]
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texascat018 Wrote:
are we having another semi relationship conversation again? aurghhhhhhh

I hate to break it to ya, but those are bound to pop up every now and then.

Author:  Radio Blue Heart [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:50 pm ]
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I have blue eyes. I have that going for me. But, my brown hair means that Beagle will never love me... :cry:

Author:  The Grey Wolverine [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:58 pm ]
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But beagles are brown! Make it work!

Author:  Beagle [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 10:07 pm ]
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texascat018 Wrote:
are we having another semi relationship conversation again? aurghhhhhhh

If you don't like it, why not look at some cute puppy pictures until we change topics? :P

GUYS. I CAN ONLY LOVE ONE.
Solution: We do this Hunger Game style. Everyone, fight to the death. Then the remaining two can fall in love with each other and leave me alone live happily ever after.

Author:  Nyaliva [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 10:12 pm ]
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Happy Continuation of the World everyone! Sorry I'm late...

I have brown hair and brown eyes, kinda boring but I can't really imagine having anything else. My older sister is the only one in our immediate family who doesn't have brown eyes, even both of the parents that created her have brown eyes!

I don't look horrible from the shoulders up but I'm a little heavy if you catch my drift...I'm hoping that'll change this new year though! ;)

Either way, I've always preferred a nice person to a good looking one. It's also why I've never wanted a relationship with anyone who I haven't known for some time as a friend.

Author:  GameCobra [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 10:22 pm ]
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People find me charming all the time and i don't do anything to draw attention to it. However I do remind people of commander Riker sometimes with my beard, too bad it's not as cool. It's more like a small goatee with Wolverine's sideburns growing out of it. I hope i get a good shave christmas =P

Author:  0404 [ Fri Dec 21, 2012 11:12 pm ]
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Beagle Wrote:
texascat018 Wrote:
are we having another semi relationship conversation again? aurghhhhhhh

If you don't like it, why not look at some cute puppy pictures until we change topics? :P

nahhh I'm good enough with just looking at my cat.

I have Brown eyes! darn...

I'll be back once the storm of "who loves me or not" goes away.
Ok then, question. How would Joey and other nerdy friend of joey get in to relationship?

Author:  MapleRatty [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 12:12 am ]
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Well...ask someone nicely, be polite, but also be yourself, make sure thr person would be your freind...

Author:  mariomarc [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 1:16 am ]
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people started talking looks

blue eyes, dirty blonde/light brown hair, tiny beard and side burns
semi long hair
glasses

Author:  Sleet [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 1:54 am ]
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Housefox says he's not attractive. I beg to differ.

A boy I used to be in love with (and still kinda crush on a little though he's silly) is not exactly what I would call a looker. But he's super-hot to me (and a lot of other people) just because of how he behaves and carries himself. Confidence means a lot.

Author:  Dissension [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 2:09 am ]
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You still have a crush on me?

Author:  Sleet [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 2:11 am ]
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You're more physically attractive than James.

Author:  EchoFireant [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 9:30 am ]
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For me, my looks has been that of a, "You're 23 this year? But you look like you're 18." type of response from people that I've met. Which is good for me. I even got compared to a bishonen or some anime character before by ladies that I've met during my first degree.

Author:  McFly [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 10:57 am ]
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EchoFireant Wrote:
For me, my looks has been that of a, "You're 23 this year? But you look like you're 18." type of response from people that I've met. Which is good for me.

I've gotten this quite a bit, too. There have been times when people thought I was a middle school student. And now that my facial hair is starting to come in, I haven't been getting the whole "You look so young" thing as much as I used to. A lot of people in my family look young for their age. There was even a time where a stranger thought my grandmother was actually my mother.

Author:  yehoshua [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 11:06 am ]
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People have thought that sixteen year old me was nineteen a lot of times.

Author:  JeffCvt [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 12:19 pm ]
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I've had people mistake me both ways. In my 10th grade year, I had a few people mistake me for a senior.
Then my 11th grade year, I had a person who said "I know you're not a freshman. You look like a freshman, but I know you're not. I'm going to guess... sophomore?"

So I don't know, I guess it just depends on the day for me. Although I do in general act a lot more mature then a lot of guys in my grade.

Author:  Sleet [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 12:44 pm ]
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EchoFireant Wrote:
For me, my looks has been that of a, "You're 23 this year? But you look like you're 18." type of response from people that I've met. Which is good for me. I even got compared to a bishonen or some anime character before by ladies that I've met during my first degree.
Now all you need is impossibly-colored hair that blows in the wind, even if there is no wind.

Author:  0404 [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 1:09 pm ]
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I once wanted to buy a videogame that is rated mature and I was too young to buy it. so I called my 17 years old friend and asked him to pretend to be by 23 years old brother. we went to game store and the cashier looked at him for few second at the moment of purchase but he just let it go. it's good to have old looking friend.

Author:  yehoshua [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 5:29 pm ]
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I've never really wanted a "mature" game before. Not that into gore.

Author:  EchoFireant [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 5:36 pm ]
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Sleet Wrote:
Now all you need is impossibly-colored hair that blows in the wind, even if there is no wind.


Nah, that will take a long time to grow. Instead, how about hair that doesn't blow even in hurricanes? :P

Author:  0404 [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 6:49 pm ]
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yehoshua Wrote:
I've never really wanted a "mature" game before. Not that into gore.

well violent in my case, battle field 3.

I just had haircut right now. My hair grows so fast that I have to get haircut every month and a half. Or less. I'm not sure if my hair growth is fast or not.

Author:  Beagle [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 6:52 pm ]
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texascat018 Wrote:
I once wanted to buy a videogame that is rated mature and I was too young to buy it. so I called my 17 years old friend and asked him to pretend to be by 23 years old brother. we went to game store and the cashier looked at him for few second at the moment of purchase but he just let it go. it's good to have old looking friend.

You have to be 18 to get cash value for traded items at GameStop. So what did I do when I was 30 miles away from home and needed to trade in my busted iPod Classic? Point to the guy (about a year older than me) I was dating at that time and ask the cashier, "Can he sign for me?"

This, my friends, is how I made $40 at GameStop one day. I might pass off for 19-20ish, but I still get carded because people get fired for not checking now.

Author:  Radio Blue Heart [ Sat Dec 22, 2012 7:09 pm ]
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Most of the time managers look the other way because it means more money for the store. They to realize that game ratings, and any other rating for that matter, doesn't work because the people that the rating was instituted to appease don't buy their product.

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