The Please Don't Say Anything in Here Thread

Discussion in 'Hippies' started by BraveSirRubin, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. BraveSirRubin

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    Illustrates some flaws in today's human character fairly well , wouldn't you agree?
     
  2. NightRose

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    I'd post back a correct reply but you said not too :p
     
  3. BraveSirRubin

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    That's the point.

    The other thread said to not post anything, ya know... for the sake of space, silence... yet people just felt obliged to post in it...

    Such an amazing disregard for the beauty of nothingness.
     
  4. NightRose

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    it certainly is.
    But its interesting, no? how people do that with no regard to the original posters wishes.
    ahh the human is an interesting species..
     
  5. BraveSirRubin

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    Exactly... it's like people actually feel like they HAVE to post in a thread which asks them to not post in it (even if the thread itself wasn't serious)... such an arrogant being, the human.
     
  6. NightRose

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    complete and utter strangeness.
    the poster should have used reverse phycology..telling people TO post in the thread. Then no one would have posted in it.
    Basic logic gets you everywhere
     
  7. BraveSirRubin

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    The New York Subway System also gets you everywhere.
     
  8. NightRose

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    Ahh public trasport. Also an amazing thing.
    Smartrider cards are also a brilliant little invention. Lets students ride for $3 instead of the standard prices.

    You've been to NY?
    The bright lights and big city doesnt suit me. Im a country bumpkin.
     
  9. BraveSirRubin

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    I've been to NYC a couple of times... couldn't stand it... so much materialism and commercialism everywhere.... burns me eyes.
     
  10. NightRose

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    been wondering lately. I wonder what the would would be like if it was made out of velcro..sounds sticky
     
  11. BraveSirRubin

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    Man... I remember the first time I ever saw velcro... this kid had them velcro shoes... I made him take them off and I played with it for a good couple of hours.
     
  12. NightRose

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    imagine trying to clap while having velcro stuck to your hands..

    I love the stuff.
     
  13. BraveSirRubin

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    I used to tape my mouth shut and try to communicate with people by making sounds when I was 5ish... it kinda worked.
     
  14. Lady Neko

    Lady Neko Member

    LOL! that is .... LOL! i can't think of anything but it makes me smile
     
  15. NightRose

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    i used to put velcro strips on my arms and try and stick mysekf to the carpet. id also try and stick myself to our cat. didnt work out too well..
     
  16. BraveSirRubin

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    At least the cat got some lovin'.
     
  17. NightRose

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    hes a great cat..puts up with so much shit from our dogs lol

    Cats are great. So melow..its great
     
  18. NightRose

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    my cat just sits and stares at you...ever tried to give a cat a staring competition....man thats hard!
     
  19. BraveSirRubin

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    Well... animals sense aggression when you stare into their eyes.

    When the cat stares at you... and you stare at it... it's thinking about jumping your ass.
     
  20. NightRose

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    maybe lol
    but he just comes up for a cuddle when i do it.

    back on the topic of velcro...i want to dress up in a velcro suit and stick myself to the side of a truck covered in velcro :D
    that'd be so fun!
     

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