Chat Thread 39: A Heartwarming Children's Movie

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

Hooo boy.
You can do it!

Feel free to text me if you're bored and are allowed to do that.
Same here! Did I ever give you my actual phone number, or do you just have my iPod's?
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Beagle wrote:
Sleet wrote:
Tha Housefox wrote:So I'm going to be working five 7pm-7am shifts in a row starting tonight.

Hooo boy.
You can do it!

Feel free to text me if you're bored and are allowed to do that.
Same here! Did I ever give you my actual phone number, or do you just have my iPod's?
I think I only have your iPod's.
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What an untrusting person you are, Beagle. :P
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Phone number for an ipod? I've never heard of that. (I'm not a high-tech person anyway, so that doesn't surprise me)
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@THF- I'll text you with my cell phone later.

@Sleet- Well, it was a different situation with you and I two years ago. :P Now I just put people to the "annoying test." I give them my iPod number (if I really like them) and if they don't irritate the crap out of me with 50 text messages a day, I'll give them my real phone number. :P Also what will disqualify people from my real phone number include PMing or texting me twice in a row (unless I know you really well, then this rule excludes you). If I don't text back, I'm probably just busy or too lazy to reply at the moment. :P

@Jeff- It's an app called Pinger. Or textfree, depending on the version you can now find in the App Store. It gives you a free phone number on your iPod that people with standard cell phones can text to.

HEY INTERNATIONAL FRIENDS with friends in America. If you PM me, I can help set you and your OSi device to run an American phone number on this app so you and your American friends can text each other freely without international charges. It's nothing illegal, it's just a tricky process in setting the silly thing up. This is how Aaron and I text one another. ^_^
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I don't know much about Ipod, I used to have one but I sold it, It is time wasting machine, to me
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Beagle wrote: HEY INTERNATIONAL FRIENDS with friends in America. If you PM me, I can help set you and your OSi device to run an American phone number on this app so you and your American friends can text each other freely without international charges. It's nothing illegal, it's just a tricky process in setting the silly thing up. This is how Aaron and I text one another. ^_^
I have an Australian Texan friend,nationality wise coolest friend, in Huston, I have his phone number but I can't text him through my phone. :( Dang I don't have an OSI device.... wait, I should try to skype him with his number, it will cost me couple hundred bucks to call him though. and since when did skype become a verb?
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I love my iPod Touch. It's a smart phone without a monthly bill.

You can text him through your email. What's his cell phone carrier?
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Beagle wrote:I love my iPod Touch. It's a smart phone without a monthly bill.

You can text him through your email. What's his cell phone carrier?
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Yup. I'm out.
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Just out of curiosity, whats with the current chat thread name?
"A Heartwarming Children's Movie?"
Where did that one come from?
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Something about Sleet being the only mod to have gotten away from whatever is done to remove their sense of humor and he/she came on and said "Soon to become a Heartwarming Children's Movie."
http://www.housepetscomic.com/forums/vi ... 95#p403495
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All the mods have obvious senses of humor, even Diss's anti-humor is hilarious most times.

Foxstar terrifies me though.

Hey! Where the heck is ctc lately? He hasn't posted since September.
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Beagle wrote:Foxstar terrifies me though.
...I'm so glad I'm not the only one :?

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who is Foxstar? jk, I hardley ever see him and Captain pea, they're gone.

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I think Foxstar is around more than you think, he just doesn't post a lot.

Pea on the other hand, yea, I would like to see him more. Heck, I'd like to see him at all. He was such a fun guy.
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I never really got to know Pea and Brent too well. They were their most active when I had disappeared from the forums for a while, and now we just kind of all coexist together.

Brent, I never gave you that hug from the 2012 thread. My bad! *hugs*
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Foxstar isn't scary! You should give him a hug.

Regarding the other moderators, ctcmjh intends to be around with increasing frequency. I haven't heard from Captain Pea, but he comes back for a few minutes when RandomGeekNamedBrent pokes him.
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Beagle wrote:I never really got to know Pea and Brent too well. They were their most active when I had disappeared from the forums for a while, and now we just kind of all coexist together.

Brent, I never gave you that hug from the 2012 thread. My bad! *hugs*
yay *hugs back*

also, what do you mean that's when I was my most active? I'm pretty dang active still
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RandomGeekNamedBrent wrote:
Beagle wrote:I never really got to know Pea and Brent too well. They were their most active when I had disappeared from the forums for a while, and now we just kind of all coexist together.

Brent, I never gave you that hug from the 2012 thread. My bad! *hugs*
yay *hugs back*

also, what do you mean that's when I was my most active? I'm pretty dang active still
I mean you're older and have more responsibilities now than you did two years ago. :P

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I'm sorry to hear that, I still have a little over a week before I have to go back
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dang it, Exam is soon. :(
then second semester, then summer... time goes too fast for me.

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"Welcome to Finals Week, where the points are made up and the rules don't matter."
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Beagle wrote:Guys, I have to go back to school tomorrow. Excuse me while I sit in the corner and cry.
Beagle wrote:"Welcome to Finals Week, where the points are made up and the rules don't matter."
I agree on both of these points. (Yes, I go back to school tomorrow too.) Now excuse me while I go cry in a corner.
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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....
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*dances infront of Jeff and Beagle* haha I have longer break than you!
Stop crying baby! Crying will get y'all nowhere. Find last things to do before school starts that you probably can't do after this break. Maybe...

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texascat018 wrote:*dances infront of Jeff and Beagle* haha I have longer break than you!
Stop crying baby! Crying will get y'all nowhere. Find last things to do before school starts that you probably can't do after this break. Maybe...
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Thanks Otaku, I'm glad someone hit him before I did. :P
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I've got a lot more going on but I always like checking in with you all. :3

Heart of Darkness is really short, Beagle!
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Beagle wrote:Thanks Otaku, I'm glad someone hit him before I did. :P
...can I do it again? :mrgreen:

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You're the one with the pan. ;)
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yyyaaaayyy!!!

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*smacks Texascat with frying pan*
*smacks Texascat with frying pan*
*smacks Texascat with frying pan*

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Beagle wrote:I would rather get my wisdom teeth removed again.
It's like pulling teeth!
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Beagle wrote:I would rather get my wisdom teeth removed again.
To reiterate what Sleet said, its not that long. And, it is a pretty good book. The only thing I did not like about it is that it is told in the form of one long quote.

If you want, I could help you write a report on it. I have not read it in a while and might need to refresh my memory.
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Dissension wrote:Foxstar isn't scary! You should give him a hug.
No, don't do that, foxes carry diseases, and they smell :p
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I do believe Foxstar is not actually a fox. He is a Pheonix, If I recall correctly
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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
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texascat018 wrote:
Nyaliva wrote:
texascat018 wrote:...Even though I'm a bass guitar player and Cellist...
Hey TC, you're a Cellist? With my Viola, all we need is someone who plays Violin and someone who plays Double Bass and we've got a string quartet! :D
I'm not professional or something, I only have been playing for 3 years, not the best cello player around but sure! Now recruiting; Double Bass player and Violinist.
I find Viola really interesting cuz it's like right in the middler. and those note that Violaist plays with are strange.
I haven't been playing that long either and I haven't played it for a while now. But I like the Viola, I prefer a lower note set to that of the Violin but I like how the Violin plays on the shoulder and so, Viola was the obvious choice for me!

I haven't read Heart of Darkness so I'm afraid I'm no help there but I have hugged Sleet before and I can safely say I didn't smell the next day. :P
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Ny, remember how you wanted me to add you on Skype? I've sent you two contact requests and I have no idea what happened. :P
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