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Old 03-19-2007, 04:11 PM   #16
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I'm trying to bring Gryphon back to reality everyonce in awhile before the addiction of scripting take him away from all of us!

And plotting my next crafting project for when the weather gets warmer .

Can I help dose out the pain with those paddles? Everyone should enjoy some pain here and there .
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Old 03-20-2007, 08:29 AM   #17
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I may not be doing many more crafting projects for awhile. Lotr online yanno.
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Old 03-20-2007, 02:31 PM   #18
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By "reality", Stang means WoW
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Old 03-20-2007, 04:16 PM   #19
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See there he goes into another addiction .
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At least it's not something he can ingest or inject
If I added up how much I spend a month on my coffee addiction, I could pay for all y'all to play WoW for a year with enough left over to buy a small country.
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My office supplies the coffee
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Old 03-21-2007, 08:57 PM   #22
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Old 03-22-2007, 06:48 AM   #23
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I have to drink some caffiene in the morning before I do anything. Wouldnt dare to drive into work that way.
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I have to drink some caffiene in the morning before I do anything. Wouldnt dare to drive into work that way.
Woo! *hi-five slap* My day doesn't start without a pot of the stuff.

Cause first thing in the morning, I just need my pot.
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I'm not sure how to take that last line, but I will go with the Juan Valdez version.

Never have slept well. Consequently was very glad when I discovered coffee. My parents didn't let us drink it when we were under 12 or 13 cause they thought it would maybe stunt our growth or something.

They thought wrong. I'm five feet tall.
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this place looks dead.

I think we better call it in baby, cuz you can't get a heatbeat out of a, err, ermm, dead thingy
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this place looks dead.

I think we better call it in baby, cuz you can't get a heatbeat out of a, err, ermm, dead thingy
And that's his FIRST post! Imagine how depressing he'll be once we actually get to know him...
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My parents didn't let us drink it when we were under 12 or 13 cause they thought it would maybe stunt our growth or something.
My grandmother gave me my first wee cup of coffee when I was FIVE. I drank it more or less constantly from the ages of 14-18 when I worked at my mum's restaurant. I'm 6'.

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I second that:

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Oh, and, welcome Prophet
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I KNEW they were faking me out.
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