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I understand it fine enough, I just don't have the attention span for it. :P

Grey, if I hug Sleet on a daily basis, does this mean I smell too? :P

Not all foxes are smelly! Just Sleet! D:

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@Otaku
I can roll out of things quite fast *rolls off*

I once huged sleet ever so lightly before, Sleet smells like a block of ice.

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Are these the kinds of things you guys discuss when I'm not around

which is most of the time

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Are these the kinds of things you guys discuss when I'm not around

which is most of the time

:U

Conversations generally turn to foxes when Sleet is around. I miss Elly. We need more bacon.

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Oh you guys and your fox obsessions

Bacon is overrated.

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Oh you guys and your fox obsessions

Bacon is overrated.

It's not the bacon; it's the person that says it.

Foxes are the best creatures on the planet and there's no logical argument otherwise.

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I object to your attempt at objectively stating your opinion as objectively logical.

For, objectively speaking, foxes are objectively...something, I dunno. Objectively.

Especially ones with heterochromia.

OHHHH BURN

objectively speaking of course.

nah jk I'm cool witcha

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dang it, Exam is soon. :(
then second semester, then summer... time goes too fast for me.


Yeah, I need right now FOR REAL start learning for my exams or I'll fail them. I hate this :P At least I have break till Monday, so I have few more days.

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Yeah, I need right now FOR REAL start learning for my exams or I'll fail them. I hate this :P

Me too! *high fives*

My friend wanted me to go see The Hobbit with her this weekend.
"Nope, gotta not fail physics."
So next Friday, if she doesn't have classes and I don't have work, we'll be off to the movie theater. :3

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Grey, if I hug Sleet on a daily basis, does this mean I smell too? :P

Yes, yes you do :p

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I don't know if I'll watch Hobbit, after experience with Lord of The Rings, I'm not sure if I want to see this :P

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Stuff. wrote:
Bacon is overrated.

True. But there's no reason something can't be both overrate and tasty.

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*holds Jeff and sobs uncontrollably with him*

I don't want to read Heart of Darkness at 8:00 AM!! Jeez....

Good luck with that it's one of the only books I've ever had real trouble wrapping my head around. (Granted that was quite a few years ago when I had a much sunnier outlook on things but still......)

And for the record Dissension is the funniest moderator here. Dry humor is best humor.

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Dry humor is best humor.

I much prefer wet humor
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Seth wrote:
Dry humor is best humor.

I much prefer wet humor
*dumps water on Seth*

He'll be here all week folks. Tip your waitress and try the veal.

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Eating half of a snack-sized McFlurry after dinner at McDonald's was a BAD IDEA you guys. *curls into a ball and groans* I guess I surpassed my two ounce lactose intake. D|

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I'm right with you Beagle. Well, the eating dairy products when you're full.

The only problem with me is that I don't learn. If I just ate, I will go and still eat a bowl of ice cream every night, and feel bad after doing so every night, and do so again the next week, and the week after that, and ect ect.


So my first day back to school wasn't too bad. My mid term music for band is looking pretty easy (For the timpani anyway. The snare is pretty difficult, but I only have to play one or the other. Not both), my partner in pluming still couldn't care about his project, but even if he gets a zero on it I still get the better end of the deal so I don't care (Not that he'll get a zero at the rate I'm working on it), started Basketball in gym and my team lived up to its name, the Winners, by being the only undefeated team in 4 matches, and science was pretty easy today.

I'm afraid for tomorrow though. English and Calculus. Yuck.

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I'm actually lactose intolerant. I can eat small amounts of dairy, like cheese pizza, cheese on salads, skim milk, and small amounts of dairy in cooking recipes, but ice cream, fancy coffees, and Italian dishes that use a lot of dairy are a no-no in my diet.

My day was fairly easy too. I just got done studying physics for 70 minutes. I'm now into papers dated at the start of November, but now that I'll be getting into the tests, quizzes, and generally more complex aspects of the course, I estimate that I have 3-4 hours left of studying to do. This is for the exam only.

I also have to review for our energy unit test on Monday and complete the project analysis by Tuesday. The final exam is a week from today.

Blah, I have an English exam too, but that won't be an issue for me. And my college classes start on Monday, but I'm not worried about those, either.

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My exams aren't for another 2 weeks or so, but it doesn't matter. The only one I'm truly worried about is math.

But 3-4 hours of studying? Wow. While I could probably put that effort in, I just don't. My studying is usually a quick review of anything I don't know/remember the night before and in the hallway before the class. It works for me though. High 80's are usually my lowest grades, with mid to upper 90's on the really easy classes.

But then again, your physics class doesn't sound very easy. I took the "easier" physics class last year, got a good teacher, and was still kind of lost with some of the stuff. Best of luck to you with it

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So I'm going to be working five 7pm-7am shifts in a row starting tonight.

Hooo boy.

It's now six days instead of five. Welp.

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at least it isn't 6 days from 6 AM to 6PM.
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My exams aren't for another 2 weeks or so, but it doesn't matter. The only one I'm truly worried about is math.

But 3-4 hours of studying? Wow. While I could probably put that effort in, I just don't. My studying is usually a quick review of anything I don't know/remember the night before and in the hallway before the class. It works for me though. High 80's are usually my lowest grades, with mid to upper 90's on the really easy classes.

But then again, your physics class doesn't sound very easy. I took the "easier" physics class last year, got a good teacher, and was still kind of lost with some of the stuff. Best of luck to you with it

My iPod died right before I hit send when I replied to this an hour ago. Gah, I was done.

I studied for another hour just now. This isn't as bad as I thought. It's like math; your brain has to "learn" it twice before you fully master the skill. I have a week to study, so it's just time mangement, really.

My teacher has high expectations as a previous mechanical engineer. It's an entirely different way of thinking and processing information, so that's what the knowledge gap is. It's awesome college major prep, so I'm not complaining.

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I oughta ask you samrty pants a question.
things are just weird up here with credit and volunteer marking system.
I do volunteer activity for school theatre production and I get a half of credit out of it but it is somehow considered as a course that I took on my Reportcard and some kind of paper thing that you hand in to college. Last year I got 70% from that volunteer activity, heck, and it dropped my Grade average from somewhere around 90 to 88. that 2% makes big differences. anyway, I talked to the school office and we figured out that they were making mistakes on my reportcard as well. so they just gave me 95% on volunteer activity as a sweetener but I'm sure this ain't gonna happen this year. so I may have to give up my Volunteer credit for my mark this year, if I get bad mark out of volunteer "course", would it worth it?

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You should be talking to your school counselor about this. We don't even live in the same country, so that system is completely unknown to us.

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I wish we could've gotten credit for doing volunteer work. As it is (I'm pretty sure at every school here) we don't even have extra credit reports or stuff we can do to bump up our mark, we just have our set subjects and the examination material for them and that's it. It doesn't really matter now that I'm not in high school anymore but still...

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Sorry Beagle! :( Now you know just how much I go on Skype. :P I'll go on and add you now. To make it up I can help you with physics and stuff! Same goes for you Jeff, you want a hand with calculus, I'm your man (although if I remember correctly, Beagle could also be your woman and Sleet could be your undefined).

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So I'm going to be working five 7pm-7am shifts in a row starting tonight.

Hooo boy.

It's now six days instead of five. Welp.
Man that sucks. One of my friends had to do something like that a little while ago. We didn't hear from him at all that week or the weekend after. Good Luck! :)

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I understand it fine enough, I just don't have the attention span for it. :P

Grey, if I hug Sleet on a daily basis, does this mean I smell too? :P

Not all foxes are smelly! Just Sleet! D:
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Beagle wrote:
I understand it fine enough, I just don't have the attention span for it. :P

Grey, if I hug Sleet on a daily basis, does this mean I smell too? :P

Not all foxes are smelly! Just Sleet! D:
I'm gonna end your life, boy.

by suffocating him with your stench?

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No, with a pillow in his sleep. I actually smell fresh and clean, thank you very much.

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Tha Housefox wrote:
Beagle wrote:
I understand it fine enough, I just don't have the attention span for it. :P

Grey, if I hug Sleet on a daily basis, does this mean I smell too? :P

Not all foxes are smelly! Just Sleet! D:
I'm gonna end your life, boy.

Or at least ban you.

Banning a moderator for something so small. Scandalous misuse of power~

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Stuff. wrote:
Oh you guys and your fox obsessions

Bacon is overrated.

It's not the bacon; it's the person that says it.

Foxes are the best creatures on the planet and there's no logical argument otherwise.


What if we combined the two?
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...bacon and foxes...

This.
Don't worry, you'll all understand when the time is right. ;)

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...didn't Diss say everybody who mentions bacon will get hurt to death? :lol:

Cuz' if that's the case....I better get my Dissshooter ready 8-)

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Is this a canon comic, or fanart....sorry, but I've never read the comics :?

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If I had to guess it's probably from the earlier parts of one of the comics. The Mobian may disown me for this, but at the very least the Archie one sucked early on. :P

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No, with a pillow in his sleep. I actually smell fresh and clean, thank you very much.


With her own pillow no doubt. Full of fox funk.

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TheMobian wrote:
Tha Housefox wrote:
Stuff. wrote:
Oh you guys and your fox obsessions

Bacon is overrated.

It's not the bacon; it's the person that says it.

Foxes are the best creatures on the planet and there's no logical argument otherwise.


What if we combined the two?
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Yes this is the second time I've posted this image on this forum, but don't blame me, your the ones who are constantly talking about bacon and foxes at the same time :P


Okay, I'm relatively unfamiliar with Sonic's various comic incarnations, so I must ask...

Did this even make sense in context?

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Someone.
Help.
Me.

I keep thinking that I need to start on my homework.
So I can finish it tonight.
And turn it in tomorrow.
Except I don't have school tomorrow.

*Head Explodes*

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Someone.
Help.
Me.

I keep thinking that I need to start on my homework.
So I can finish it tonight.
And turn it in tomorrow.
Except I don't have school tomorrow.

*Head Explodes*


It's ok! i'm here to help! I bought a Pen from the Hobbit movie!

Finish it tonight, turn it in tomorrow, except don't turn it into School. turn it into your parents, then they'll tell you to turn it into your school.

Your head will unexplode thereonafter.

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Someone.
Help.
Me.

I keep thinking that I need to start on my homework.
So I can finish it tonight.
And turn it in tomorrow.
Except I don't have school tomorrow.

*Head Explodes*

Didn't you hear? We have school on Saturdays now. :P

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We have school on Saturdays now.

But...
But...


...



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Someone.
Help.
Me.

I keep thinking that I need to start on my homework.
So I can finish it tonight.
And turn it in tomorrow.
Except I don't have school tomorrow.

*Head Explodes*

then do it and not mind about if for the rest of the weekend?

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texascat018 wrote:
JeffCvt wrote:
Someone.
Help.
Me.

I keep thinking that I need to start on my homework.
So I can finish it tonight.
And turn it in tomorrow.
Except I don't have school tomorrow.

*Head Explodes*

then do it and not mind about if for the rest of the weekend?
....or do what I do and wake up at 3:00 AM on the day you go to school and do your HW THEN

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