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What do you think of this idea?

Sounds Awesome! Ill try it!
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Meh...
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Postby Magic Soap » Wed May 26, 2010 1:18 pm

... Or a wine-tasting evening in Italy. Or horse-riding. Or making tea for Aunt Gladys. Or trying to deliver a present to your school teacher who's leaving. Or stopping an angry man from polluting the rivers and lakes of Unicorn Valley.

Or you can just go on a horrible massacre, uncaring, as you squeeze the trigger, ending someone's life. They had a family; loved ones; friends; jobs; houses; a future; and you took it away as you pulled that piece of metal, sending the lead projectile straight into their shoulder. Not initially fatal, they lie there, the life leaving them as Death leans over, vampirically syphoning their souls from the scabbing blood, pooling over the skulls of the down-trodden, the beaten, the forgotten.

I think a picnic is a jolly nice alternative! Yes, tea, scones, gingerbread men, cake, jam, cream, to name but a few of the tasty treats!
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Postby BFenix » Wed May 26, 2010 4:05 pm

Magic Soap wrote:... Or a wine-tasting evening in Italy. Or horse-riding. Or making tea for Aunt Gladys. Or trying to deliver a present to your school teacher who's leaving. Or stopping an angry man from polluting the rivers and lakes of Unicorn Valley.

Or you can just go on a horrible massacre, uncaring, as you squeeze the trigger, ending someone's life. They had a family; loved ones; friends; jobs; houses; a future; and you took it away as you pulled that piece of metal, sending the lead projectile straight into their shoulder. Not initially fatal, they lie there, the life leaving them as Death leans over, vampirically syphoning their souls from the scabbing blood, pooling over the skulls of the down-trodden, the beaten, the forgotten.

I think a picnic is a jolly nice alternative! Yes, tea, scones, gingerbread men, cake, jam, cream, to name but a few of the tasty treats!

u dapper or something?
nah jk, I think I was clear, pulling triggers is great fun and killing stuff too, when your playing! I mean, seriously, its the whole point of Brikwars, reviving your inner child and remember the days you mixed up the action figures and green army men and waged epic battles!!
don't mix up playing with real life man
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Postby Magic Soap » Thu May 27, 2010 11:38 am

BFenix wrote:
Magic Soap wrote:... Or a wine-tasting evening in Italy. Or horse-riding. Or making tea for Aunt Gladys. Or trying to deliver a present to your school teacher who's leaving. Or stopping an angry man from polluting the rivers and lakes of Unicorn Valley.

Or you can just go on a horrible massacre, uncaring, as you squeeze the trigger, ending someone's life. They had a family; loved ones; friends; jobs; houses; a future; and you took it away as you pulled that piece of metal, sending the lead projectile straight into their shoulder. Not initially fatal, they lie there, the life leaving them as Death leans over, vampirically syphoning their souls from the scabbing blood, pooling over the skulls of the down-trodden, the beaten, the forgotten.

I think a picnic is a jolly nice alternative! Yes, tea, scones, gingerbread men, cake, jam, cream, to name but a few of the tasty treats!

u dapper or something?
nah jk, I think I was clear, pulling triggers is great fun and killing stuff too, when your playing! I mean, seriously, its the whole point of Brikwars, reviving your inner child and remember the days you mixed up the action figures and green army men and waged epic battles!!
don't mix up playing with real life man


And what's wrong with manlove anyway? Anyway, I never even said I was male, lol! Now, I know you don't speak English as your first language, but I am just messing.

... A luxurious stroll along the beaches of Zanzibar...


Yes, it is meant to sound queer.
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Postby BFenix » Thu May 27, 2010 1:18 pm

Well your right, English is kinda like my second language cause Im portuguese, but tv, videogames and movies (also English Class, but wth) made me a fluent speaker, I think...
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Postby Magic Soap » Fri May 28, 2010 12:48 pm

TV! The √evil! Don't get me started on TV! Vile, repulsive! Idolising sex, violence, cookery... Back in my day we had books to read!
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Postby trebnos1 » Fri May 28, 2010 6:21 pm

Hm, in my day we still have books to read.
@BFenix, I never would have guessed English was your second language.
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Postby aoffan23 » Fri May 28, 2010 7:21 pm

trebnos1 wrote:Hm, in my day we still have books to read.
@BFenix, I never would have guessed English was your second language.


Yeah, but now this generation has become so fucking lazy, it's decided it needs virtual books so that you never have to endure the hardship of going to the library to borrow a book for free, instead sitting on your ass and killing braincells, and paying for a book that you might not even like and has the possibility of breaking from a single drop or becoming corrupt.

Remember going to your school library to get a book? What a fucking pain that was eh? :roll:
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Postby trebnos1 » Sat May 29, 2010 8:31 am

I'm homeschooled, so I see the world a little differently. For instance, my school library is in my room :?
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Postby Ross_Varn » Sat May 29, 2010 9:41 am

Same here. I constantly read books, and the librarians at my local branch know me by name. So.

I am a total procrastinator though.
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Postby BFenix » Sat May 29, 2010 10:44 am

aoffan23 wrote:
trebnos1 wrote:Hm, in my day we still have books to read.
@BFenix, I never would have guessed English was your second language.


Yeah, but now this generation has become so fucking lazy, it's decided it needs virtual books so that you never have to endure the hardship of going to the library to borrow a book for free, instead sitting on your ass and killing braincells, and paying for a book that you might not even like and has the possibility of breaking from a single drop or becoming corrupt.

Remember going to your school library to get a book? What a fucking pain that was eh? :roll:

I don't agree with you 100%... I still rent lots of books from the schools library, and lots of my friends do so as well, I consider e-books kinda crappy, theres nothing like feeling a real book
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Postby BFenix » Sat May 29, 2010 10:45 am

trebnos1 wrote:Hm, in my day we still have books to read.
@BFenix, I never would have guessed English was your second language.

Is that a good or a bad thing?
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