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Postby Muppet » 02 Mar 2016 00:48

Aywen wrote:True! Most blondines tend to have very dark roots. The darker the roots, the lighter they paint the rest of their hair :P

Oh yes... The ones that swear they really ARE natural blondes but just prefer a lighter shade but their roots are dark brown or black. Bah... To each their own... I guess you and i are just fortunate that ALL our hair is naturally blonde!
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Aywen wrote:Uhm... eggplants? :eek thanks, now they will never taste the same again :lol:

I KNOW!
It made me realise AND delete someone from my contacts. It explains why he wanted to keep talking about eggplants. I honestly thought he loved eggplant! BUT i think about my questions and it was hilarious.
Him: 'eggplant emoji' Want some?
Me: OMG i love 'eggplant emoji'. How are you doing it?
Him: Anyway you want!
Me: Well is it young and hard? Sweet? Or is it old and soft?
Him: It's hard!
Me: Ohhh nice! I love them like that as they taste the best! Super sweet! Make like a ragout or even stir fry!
Him: What?
Me: You just slice it properly so it all cooks evenly. Nothing worse than it not being evenly cooked!
Him: Oh... EGGPLANT! Yeah...
Me: *innocent* So how are you going to do it?

:lol: :lol: :lol:

I honestly had no idea and so far all the females i have asked had no idea either but all f us are like: "THAT CREEP!!!" as we realise we all have at least 1 male friend that has been eggplanting us!
:lol: :P

What did i find out today? The harder i try not to spill something, the more likely i am to spill it!
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Postby Aywen » 02 Mar 2016 20:43

Muppet wrote:Him: 'eggplant emoji' Want some?
Me: OMG i love 'eggplant emoji'. How are you doing it?
Him: Anyway you want!
Me: Well is it young and hard? Sweet? Or is it old and soft?
Him: It's hard!
Me: Ohhh nice! I love them like that as they taste the best! Super sweet! Make like a ragout or even stir fry!
Him: What?
Me: You just slice it properly so it all cooks evenly. Nothing worse than it not being evenly cooked!
Him: Oh... EGGPLANT! Yeah...
Me: *innocent* So how are you going to do it?

That's hilarious! :lol: I remember there was a similar conversation at school between a group of girls and a guy from my class, except it was about leeks. I joined in the conversation similar to you - talking about slicing and cooking the leek. I did suspect something when the guy started to look a bit pale around the nose but I pretended not to notice :lol:
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Postby Muppet » 08 Mar 2016 08:29

Today i found out how to finally use Instagram... OH NO! I have a feeling there are going to be even more pointless photos on the web now!!!
"OOOOOHHHHHHHH LOOK A FLY!!!!!!!!"
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Postby Muppet » 25 Mar 2016 13:02

Muppet wrote::lol:
I don't see it!
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What did i find out today? The cologne Aramis by Armani still gets me EVERY TIME! Seriously, i haven't smelt a guy wearing that for well over 10 years and then today... BAM! OMG!!! It made my head turn so fast and get goosebumps!!! I can't help myself when i smell it... It seriously drives me wild!!! I just turn into a kitten that wants to play and nuzzle! They shouldn't sell things like that!
:oops: :oops: :oops:

It's NOT Aramis by Armani... It's ARMANI!!!!
*runs in crazy circles*

That's what i found out today!!!

I have no idea why i was thinking Aramis was by Armani or that they were connected BUT IT IS NOT Aramis, i smelt it today and got so confused as it wasn't the smell i was after. So the lady at the men's counter and i went through all the 'A' colognes until i found the one that does it for me... It is ARMANI!!! I definitely found THAT out today... Or at least my nose and ovaries got it sorted good and proper!
:lol: :P

And no i am NOT crazy! I was shopping for a gift for someone and i happened to end up in the men's fragrance section as it was right next to the men's accessories. Thus i let my nose have some fun!
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Postby Aywen » 25 Mar 2016 19:31

Good to know! To put on your wish list, if you're keeping one. Did you bring a bottle for yourself? :D
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Postby Satan » 14 Apr 2016 12:56

I just realized i've been registered to this boards for 14 years this month !! :o

And i'm turning 34 next month... time is going so fast... :x :lol:
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Postby Larissa » 08 Jun 2016 09:06

We now have Tornados in Hamburg ...

Already found out yesterday evening when a news ticker on tv told me Hamburg was being hit by a Tornado.
Very strange since where I live there was blue sky and sunshine. All I heard was a tunderstorm far far away.
But I saw the pictures this morning and yes, it was a Tornado.

Parts of the city were devastated while I was sitting on my balcony enjoying the lovely weather.
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Postby Aywen » 08 Jun 2016 19:46

Wow, that is surreal... so close to you but you didn't notice. Bizarre!
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Postby Larissa » 09 Jun 2016 10:05

Bizarre is the right word, Anneke !

At least there were no casualties and no one was hurt.
It's a miracle considering the damage the Tornado did to buildings, cars and trees.
It only touched ground for a few minutes but that was already impressive.
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Postby Muppet » 12 Jun 2016 14:00

I had a male friend call me and say: "SHUT UP AND LISTEN!"
Then he played me the part in the BBC drama Pride and Prejudice where Mr Darcy and Elizabeth are discussing their short comings. He was being forced to watch it by his GF.
He knows i love that series/book and my friend paused it and said:
Him: "Did you hear it?"
Me: "WHAT? Yeah i know the scene. What about it?"
Him: "THAT'S YOU! YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOU! Let me quote Mr Darcy about her defect: "And yours, is to willfully misunderstand them." That is what you do! You will ALWAYS misunderstand EVERYONE and go with what is wrong and think the worst! YOOOOOOOOOOOOOU! Listen again! *played it again*"
Me: "Oh shut up and go watch the movie..."
Him: "YOOOOOOOOOOOOOU NESS!!!! ALWAYS YOU! Think about it! *hangs up the phone*"
Me: "*grumbling to myself for about an hour afterwards and realise he is right...* BASTARD! :lol: "

So i found that out about myself today... A little over an hour ago. That was literally ALL the phone call was. He just HAD to say it to me. I hate to admit that he is right though. I DO, do that. All the time. What is wrong with me? I seriously need to change that and in a very big way!
:confused

BTW i cut and paste that from a movie quote page so i hope that is the correct quote. I couldn't be bothered getting the DVD out and fast forwarding it to get it word for word!
:lol:

And Lara, that is freaky indeed! The weather is becoming more and more strange the world over. It's going to be interesting to see what it will be like in 20 years time!
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Postby Larissa » 13 Jun 2016 09:16

:lol:
Ness, you have strange but cool friends!
And what a realization!
Not a nice one but if it helps you in the future to take a step back and reasses if maybe you misunderstood something or someone ... it could make your life easier.

My biggest realization this year was that I am not a patient person.
I always saw myself as that but it is not true.
When it comes to certain things, I am the most pushy and impatient girl on the planet.
Not nice either but at least I got rid of one delusion about myself :lol: .
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Postby Muppet » 13 Jun 2016 14:12

Larissa wrote::lol:
Ness, you have strange but cool friends!

I don't have many 'real life' friends. I just don't trust people anymore plus i hardly go out to socialise and make new ones, thus my friends are few and far between. The ones i do have though, i cherish and i am never in doubt that they cherish me back.
:lol: :P

Larissa wrote:And what a realization!
Not a nice one but if it helps you in the future to take a step back and reasses if maybe you misunderstood something or someone ... it could make your life easier.

It was a realisation i sorely needed. I DO need to adjust my thinking/feelings and how i read into things and over think things. I guess it is better late than never. Sometimes i think it is the other person hurting me when really it is me hurting me. All because i misunderstand and run/hide.
:)

Larissa wrote:My biggest realization this year was that I am not a patient person.
(...)
Not nice either but at least I got rid of one delusion about myself :lol: .

Are we talking about seeing Herbie again here?
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HERBIE! HERBIE! HERBIE!

Sorry, i hadn't done that in a while i it felt good to get it out!
:P

You have only had the ONE realisation this year?
You're lucky!
I've been realising faults left, right and centre.
Not to mention people, especially men, pointing out all my faults to me. I knew i wasn't perfect but hell, i didn't realise i was such a mess in other people's eyes. It's not fun!
:lol:

But i would never have guessed you were impatient... What led to you finding that out? What was too much to wait for?
Herbie?
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Postby Larissa » 14 Jun 2016 11:23

I don't have many 'real life' friends. I just don't trust people anymore plus i hardly go out to socialise and make new ones, thus my friends are few and far between. The ones i do have though, i cherish and i am never in doubt that they cherish me back.

The few friends I have are true friends. I can always count on them to be there for me.
I had one huge disapointment end of last year that hurt like hell (and still stings) but I guess that's life.
Not all people are brave enough to be honest.
That was last year's big realisation :).

Most of my friends are also spread out all over the world. Thanks to the internet, my holidays and thanks to Metal in general, because I connected with almost all of them over music. Sometimes I miss not having them around. Not being able to meet and have a chat face to face. Especially since the friendship with one of my girls here in Hamburg is slowly fading away.
But I made a new friend at the wedding, so life provided me with compensation :) .

I've been realising faults left, right and centre.
Not to mention people, especially men, pointing out all my faults to me. I knew i wasn't perfect but hell, i didn't realise i was such a mess in other people's eyes. It's not fun!

No, it's not. :hug
But we have established in the meantime that most of those people were idiots and not worth wasting your time or thoughts on them.

But i would never have guessed you were impatient... What led to you finding that out? What was too much to wait for?

Everything concerning my books is too much to wait for. I am still waiting for good news regarding my next book. I know it takes months to find a decent publisher, but my agency's been at it since January and they are not getting anywhere. It's extremely annoying and the waiting gets worse with every book.
And I am impatient when it comes to dating. The whole internet dating thing. Why exchange emails for weeks and drag it out? Let's meet tomorrow, see if we click and take it from there.

And ...

HERBIE

There, I said it and it felt good :D .
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Postby Muppet » 14 Jun 2016 15:13

Larissa wrote:I had one huge disapointment end of last year that hurt like hell (and still stings) but I guess that's life.

And it usually comes from out of the blue! Blind sighted by it. Those kinds of moments are so painful. At least when you get the feeling something is slowly dying, you have a sense of relief too at the end, but when it comes from out of nowhere, that's a knock out punch that takes a while to recover from.
:hug

Lara wrote:Sometimes I miss not having them around. Not being able to meet and have a chat face to face.

I think that is one of the things that hurts me and makes me cry from time to time the most. Why would life give me my dearest friends that live on the other side of the world to me? I don't get that. My friend's say it is because they know i'll be moving to Germany in the future so life had it figured out already and placing them there just makes my choice easier when the time comes. I'm thinking along the lines of the distance keeping them from discovering how shitty i must be in real life! That whole, willfully misunderstanding thing again you see!?!
:lol: :lol: :lol:

But we have established in the meantime that most of those people were idiots and not worth wasting your time or thoughts on them.

Pardon the language, i'm about to use a word i absolutely abhor BUT they were c*nts! No second thoughts about any of them. I know i have doubts about myself but i also know that i'm a rather decent person and i actually really like myself. If someone doesn't like that, then that is their loss and someone else's gain.
:wink:

Everything concerning my books is too much to wait for. I am still waiting for good news regarding my next book. I know it takes months to find a decent publisher, but my agency's been at it since January and they are not getting anywhere. It's extremely annoying and the waiting gets worse with every book.
And I am impatient when it comes to dating. The whole internet dating thing. Why exchange emails for weeks and drag it out? Let's meet tomorrow, see if we click and take it from there.

And ...

HERBIE

There, I said it and it felt good :D .

HEEEEERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRBBBBBBBIIIIIIIIIIIIEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
:lol: :lol: :lol:

But what you described, yeah, i can see why you would be impatient with all that. Except for maybe the internet dating thing as that can be complicated. I was toying with the idea of trying internet dating myself but i bought myself a new vibrator instead so men will just have to wait until i cross paths with someone that brings me to my knees!
:lol:

But seriously, i think a lot of people on the internet dating sites have most likely had bad experiences and perhaps they just want to take it a little slower to help eliminate the horror stories. OR they are cheap arses and don't want to pay for your drink/meal until they think you are 100% worth it!
:lol: :P

Women do have it so much easier than men though. We just have to smile/say "I'm horny!" and someone will usually pop up and want to help us solve that. If a guy laughs and says he is horny, he is called a creep and or will have to fork out money for drinks/meals/whatever to get some loving!
:lol:

But yeah... Emailing for 'weeks' seems a little long. Especially if you live in the same city. BUT how many emails are we talking having been exchanged in this 'weeks' period? If it is only a few than i can understand BUT if it is many, than what the hell is their problem?
:roll:

I hope you get a publishers for your novel ASAP and a great deal to go with it. Just don't give up!
:hug

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Postby Larissa » 15 Jun 2016 11:26

And it usually comes from out of the blue! Blind sighted by it.

In hindsight, maybe I should have seen that one coming. Not sure.

Why would life give me my dearest friends that live on the other side of the world to me?

Tell me about it! It doesn't make me cry but it makes me sad sometimes. It can be simple things, like wanting to watch a DVD together or meet on a sunny afternoon and have a BBQ.

I'm thinking along the lines of the distance keeping them from discovering how shitty i must be in real life! That whole, willfully misunderstanding thing again you see!?!

:lol: :lol: :lol:
You have truly elevated it to an art form!
The problem is, four of my friends live in Australia.
If you move to Germany and I move to Oz it doesn't really solve the situation :D .

I was toying with the idea of trying internet dating myself but i bought myself a new vibrator instead so men will just have to wait until i cross paths with someone that brings me to my knees!

That's the spirit!
I am over the internet dating thing. Tried it four times over the course of six years and nothing ever happened. A friend of mine has tried for the past two years - and really tried - but after 30+ dates, he is still single. OK, he has two small children, but still ... the stories he told me about some of the women ... wow!!!

But yeah... Emailing for 'weeks' seems a little long. Especially if you live in the same city. BUT how many emails are we talking having been exchanged in this 'weeks' period?

I had one guy who sent me pages and pages of emails. For three weeks, one every couple of days. I had to ask him out at the end to stop the whole thing. He was a poilce officer who really liked to talk about himself and tell stories from his job. He was also missing a few marbles in his collection ...
Another guy sent me short meaningless messages for a couple of weeks, just blabla. Nothing to start a decent conversation. When I finally asked him if he wanted to meet, he gave me a date / time two weeks later. That is either a sign of talking to too many women at the same time or lack of interest. In his case, it was the second option. And that's annoying because he wasted my time.

And not giving up.
Never !!!!!
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Postby Muppet » 15 Jun 2016 15:33

Larissa wrote:It doesn't make me cry but it makes me sad sometimes. It can be simple things, like wanting to watch a DVD together or meet on a sunny afternoon and have a BBQ.

I think it really gets to me at times because my life is more restricted than the average person.
I feel so isolated and forgotten by the world at times because i don't get to go to work/school everyday or even get to go out and hang out with friends whenever i want. I'm always canceling or having to excuse myself and leave early. Sadly it's not just with finding friends. It's the biggest issue with finding a guy too. Too many people just don't have compassion or understanding. No patience. I always find myself making excuses for everyone else when really, it's purely them. A lot of people just don't want to handle 'difficult/baggage' and i'm 'difficult/baggage'.
*sigh*


Lara wrote:You have truly elevated it to an art form!

Not of my own volition, i can assure you.
When people treat you poorly long enough, you kind of develop a way of thinking to try and lessen the hurt by the fact that they just couldn't be f*cked with you. They didn't like you/or something about you and that is why they showed no interest in you, made no effort or treated you poorly. THAT Is the truth. So an over active mind will always willfully misunderstand a situation if time and recent experiences in life has taught me no different with so many other people in the last 10 years. Even if it is an innocent misunderstanding where the person meant no harm or fault. I'll only see it as hurtful because of how much i have had to already deal with from others. A kind of 'Here we go again' moment.
Sadly, i fear, it is going to take a lot of confidence for me and trust in others to rewire my way of thinking. That means no more making excuses/allowances for others poor behaviour toward me or chasing mirages. It is actually ok for me to expect the best because i actually DO DESERVE the best and i deserve a hell of a lot more than how i had been treated recently. Hopefully that goes toward me somehow not willfully misunderstanding situations anymore... Even for people on the other side of the world to me and life's decision to put them there!
:lol:

Lara wrote:If you move to Germany and I move to Oz it doesn't really solve the situation :D .

Well i doubt with my life currently i will be moving anywhere.
BUT we never know what is around the corner.
I still aim to move to my secret little pocket of heaven i discovered. I promised myself if my situation ever changed, i would buy a little gingerbread cottage there and just hide away and happily live a slow and peaceful life. NO ONE knows where it is and i won't tell either! I haven't even mentioned it anywhere or to anyone. I haven't even shared my photos.
<3

I fell head over heels in love with that place/area and i'm putting it as a goal to live there, if only for a little while. I won't ever name it out loud... It's a name i'll keep in my heart until the day comes that i am really there and fulfilling that dream. I'll take it with me to the grave if i have to.
<3

OK, he has two small children, but still ... the stories he told me about some of the women ... wow!!!

Why does having 2 small children make it difficult? Is it because he is worried about his children or because the women don't want a guy with children already?
:(

Children are innocent and shouldn't be a problem at all. That makes me sad. In fact a guy with children would tell me a lot about him. I was on a date recently with a guy that had a daughter but didn't carry a photo of her, hardly saw her and doesn't even phone her or anything. His own flesh and blood. He was also complaining about the ex wife and how much child support he needs to pay. I got out of there ASAP! You don't just wash your hands of your child because a relationship doesn't work out. Relationships break down. It happens and it's ok. Life and love moves on. But children, they are your responsibility for life. Children should ALWAYS come first and if people don't accept that, then they aren't worth the time!
:roll:

Lara wrote:]He was a poilce officer who really liked to talk about himself and tell stories from his job. He was also missing a few marbles in his collection
(...)
Another guy... That is either a sign of talking to too many women at the same time or lack of interest. In his case, it was the second option. And that's annoying because he wasted my time.

I have heard so many horror stories about people that have dated a Policeman/woman. They all seem psycho and obsessive. I love men in uniform but i'm not sure i'd date a cop. He would have to be something rather special. Sounds harsh of me but i really have heard some nasty stuff and knowing 2 guys that ARE cops, from my past, they were really obsessive and abused their power to access information and stuff when it came to dating. No thanks! Not that i have anything to hide nor does my family but still.. Suspicious minds, jealousy and power don't go well together.
:eek

I like that phrase, he was also missing a few marbles in his collection. We normally just say he was missing a few marbles!
:lol: :P

As for that other guy... That IS annoying. Why do people do that? I was once told by a male friend, actually a lot of male friends told me this, that men only keep women around that they would be interested in, of a sexual nature. Even if they are in relationships already. Sort of like a 'don't burn your bridges' or 'keep an option open' sort of thing unless of course their significant other throws a fit and he has to cut all ties.
Maybe that was the case here also.
Like you said, maybe he had a few women lined up and he slotted you in according to who he liked the most. If he liked you more you would have had a date sooner and so on. BUT he didn't want to miss out totally, just in case. Which i must admit, i know that my friends that i have discussed that have internet dated, they all had MANY MANY MANY people going at once. It was only until they started to be 'exclusive' with someone that they stopped seeing others.
Otherwise i had one female friend that would meet up to 2 guys a day. For lunch or Dinner. Sometimes even a third for a late drink or hook up after the other 2 if neither worked out and she was 'in the mood'. Sounds horrible but she joked with me how she had to stop buying groceries as she was always eating out with men, each night.
That's not my style but she loved it and she wasn't the only one doing it.
The male friends were just as bad. They had a system too. The ones they genuinely liked would be taken out for a real date and the entire evening would be allocated to her. Even the next day. BUT the others were always just meeting up for drinks, possible meal if they were hungry and hopefully getting laid. No thought or planning went into it and they would have another on stand by just in case this first one canceled, which would have been the one they really wanted to go out with. Harsh but we all do it to some degree i guess.
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Postby Muppet » 24 Aug 2016 10:40

They confirmed with me today that i still won't be eligible for the Uni degree i want to apply for. But that's ok, i'll just try and do some courses along the same track until i can FINALLY get there!
My never ending story, but life goes on and i keep smiling.
*sigh*

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Postby Aywen » 26 Aug 2016 20:25

The strange realization that I feel much more comfortable at work since I decided to stay. You know I was feeling awful and unhappy. Two weeks ago another job agency called me, they had found my profile and had a wonderful job for me, including a car and other nice promises. I told them I was, perhaps, interested. It doesn't hurt to look and you never know. But I didn't feel strong enough to change again and after talking it over with my aunt, I decided to stay at this job and see where I am in a couple of months.
And now things are actually nice. I talk to more people. One colleague in particular - he said something in my first weeks that really hurt me and I didn't want to talk to him. My boss even advised me to avoid him when I was having a bad day. But now we get along really well. He makes the awesomest jigsaw puzzles :o He only makes them once, then takes a picture of the result and sells them at the online marketplace. I bought one from him - something cool steampunky in a tin box. Super happy with it!
I never though I'd become friends with that guy. Jigsaw puzzles aren't the most exciting thing in the world but it's a start :lol:
Still so many secrets, and so many tales untold remain...
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Postby Thierry » 26 Aug 2016 23:55

And it's one of the best Elvenking songs as well :P :D

*music nerd, yes, that's me! :lol: *
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Postby Muppet » 27 Aug 2016 06:04

That's amazing news Anneke and i am so happy and relieved for you. Being honest with yourself about how you are truly feeling is hard and confusing but you got there. So proud of you!
:hug

I STILL have trouble doing it and i am how old? These past months is proof of that and especially the last 2 weeks.
:roll:

You had your Aunt and i had my spiritual healer. It's wonderful JUST HOW FAST it all changes once you work it out and deal with it, isn't it?
:pinkgrin: <3


Titi, i LOVE music nerds! I have no idea of band names and band members, if i like it i'll remember it otherwise i shed that part of my memory for something better to come along. It's great to have someone like you around always to help out. I love it!
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