Chat Thread 39: A Heartwarming Children's Movie

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aaaugfghsjdsfluj ai got noodle arms again ;A; *flails*

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sonic id furreh!!! wrote:aaaugfghsjdsfluj ai got noodle arms again ;A; *flails*
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*giggles*
i remember that episode X3

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To be honest, that episode made me wanna try cactus juice. :P
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Apparently it just tastes like kinda messed up water.
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Sleet wrote:Apparently it just tastes like kinda messed up water.
And it causes really cool hallucinations! :shock: Wait... That wasn't a cactus! :?
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So sand dollars, when they're alive, are quite gross-looking.

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I don't know why but that sand dollar is cute, yet disgusting at the same time.
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That's racist, Sleet!

What if a sand dollar says that all foxes are gross looking?:C
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Tiggy wrote:That's racist, Sleet!

What if a sand dollar says that all foxes are gross looking?:C

I don't know about Sleet but I'd throw it to the gulls.
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That doesn't gross me out at all.

And I'm eating right now.
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Yeah, I don't really consider it gross. What's wrong with you, Sleet? You're a future MD and, thus, immune to "gross" things. = P
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Calling something gross and being affected by the aforementioned are two different things.
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Seth wrote:Calling something gross and being affected by the aforementioned are two different things.
Seth put my thoughts into direct words.

You guys I think my house is going to blow away. This wind is just awful. :cry:
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In your opinion, that is. ;3
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The wind is bad where I am too. My truck was getting blown all over the highway today around 3:00 (Before anyone asks, I had to leave school early for a visit to the dentist. I did not skip or leave early without good reason), and it's just kept blowing since then.

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I only need to deal with infected humans and stuff. Not urchins. :P
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Because infected humans and stuff totally aren't as gross as a living sand dollar.

I can take the sight of blood and all, but give me an urchin over all of that any day of the week.
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JeffCvt wrote:The wind is bad where I am too. My truck was getting blown all over the highway today around 3:00 (Before anyone asks, I had to leave school early for a visit to the dentist. I did not skip or leave early without good reason), and it's just kept blowing since then.
There's something manly about a guy in a pick-up truck. |D Why couldn't you live in the south or something, all the ladies would want you.

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The rating of the forums precludes images of guts & such, but please do show us some more urchins. :3
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Beagle wrote:Why couldn't you live in the south or something, all the ladies would want you.
Strangely enough, it never fails that once or twice a year someone comes up to me and is like "My friend over there likes you. You should go and talk to her" or I get a note from my friend's sister asking me to go out with them.

I know not all of them were serious, but I'm sure at least one or two of them were. Not to mention Freshman year, one of my friends straight up told me one of my other friends liked me. Does love always make your guys head spin like it does mine?
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I've never had a random guy crush on me before, or ask me out on a date. The kind of guys I go after are the more shy and reserved types, so I've never gotten some public display of their feelings for me. I've never really had some prince charming to try and swipe me off my feet. I also generally tend to scare off guys my own age because I'm more mature and independent than my lady-peers. *shrugs*
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Tiggy wrote:That's racist, Sleet!

What if a sand dollar says that all foxes are gross looking?:C
Than the Sand Dollar would be wrong :3
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Beagle wrote:I've never had a random guy crush on me before, or ask me out on a date. The kind of guys I go after are the more shy and reserved types, so I've never gotten some public display of their feelings for me. I've never really had some prince charming to try and swipe me off my feet. I also generally tend to scare off guys my own age because I'm more mature and independent than my lady-peers. *shrugs*
Yup Beagle I am probably like one of those guys you were talkin 'bout. I have not been in a relationship for a while now (almost a year and a half). It does not help that I tend to clam up and get nervous when I talk to a girl that I like. Plus even if someone showed interest in me they would probably have to put on a laser light show or something because I am helplessly dense! :ugeek:
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Dissension wrote:The rating of the forums precludes images of guts & such, but please do show us some more urchins. :3
What about Urchin guts?
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I know not all of them were serious, but I'm sure at least one or two of them were. Not to mention Freshman year, one of my friends straight up told me one of my other friends liked me. Does love always make your guys head spin like it does mine?
Yeah. One of my friend's ex girlfriend started flirting with me once and I was just kind of in shock. Apparently crazy girls like me :? I don't understand the attraction I'm not particularly good boyfriend material. : p
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Seth wrote:
Dissension wrote:The rating of the forums precludes images of guts & such, but please do show us some more urchins. :3
What about Urchin guts?
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Tha Housefox wrote:
Seth wrote:
Dissension wrote:The rating of the forums precludes images of guts & such, but please do show us some more urchins. :3
What about Urchin guts?
You know the answer to that.
You aren't any fun. : p
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Romantic attraction is a pretty popular theme in this thread, it seems. It's come up at least a few separate times in the last month or two.

I guess you could say... it's a hot topic.

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Only one time has a girl showed interest in me. We had talked some during class in Freshman year, but she was dating someone else, then Sophomore year she asked me to Homecoming. We lasted one awkward year. Apparently the ability to talk about anime in the short time before the teacher tells us to stop does not mean you share enough interest to form a relationship.
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I rarely have anyone show interest in me... in my own city. :(
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People apparently watch me walk around and engage in flirtation toward me, but I'm completely oblivious.

Have I mentioned I'm actually rather attractive? = P
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He is. He just tends not to return their affection. :P
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I'm a combination of attractive and not interested. X3

I just don't have any long-term ambitions in my love-life. Too much of it goes towards the family,anyway. especially because we're all lazy =P
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I've never had anyone crush on me (as far as I know) and every girl I've ever thought about asking out has been taken. :( What's worse is that I like to be friends first so I'm super friendly to girls I don't know but it's often misconstrued as flirting. On that point, I've never had any real trouble talking to girls, either strangers or girls I like. That's not to say I never got nervous though! ;)
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You know what the great part about chasing shy guys is? I can ruthlessly hit on them and they just think I'm being nice because they all assume no girl would ever date them. None of this, "I gotta play hard to get" nonsense. If I'm interested in someone, I'm not going to be distant and aloof, I'm going to be warm and friendly. That could probably counter-react to land me in the friend zone, but I'll find someone eventually. XD If I have to pretend like I'm not interested to make them notice me, that's a red flag for me because I'm not going to pretend in a relationship either.

Some of you shy guys don't know what great catches you are, but as I've already seen several "I'm so oblivious to their flirting!", it will probably just take a girl who very self-confident to "put on a laser light show or something" for you. They exist though, don't worry!
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Girls tend to be less vocal than boys when they're attracted to someone, so a lot of guys feel like no one likes them when that's actually not true.
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I also know something about it, cause in general I'm very shy.
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Sleet wrote:Girls tend to be less vocal than boys when they're attracted to someone, so a lot of guys feel like no one likes them when that's actually not true.
Also true. It also doesn't help that we're part of a culture where everyone thinks that the guy is expected to do everything for the girl. He's expected to flirt with her, ask her out on a date, pick her up, pay for dinner, walk her to her door, blah blah blah.
Of course it's nice that chivalry isn't dead, but I can let a guy know that I'm into him and go Dutch for dinner. I'm confident and I have a job of my own. :V
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I'm not interested. :P
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I've always maintained that anybody who can't rock a snap-back and/or mosh isn't worth my time. I don't have high standards I just have weird ones. : p
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