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Iron Maiden - En Vivo
At 7/5/12 04:09 AM, Haggard wrote:
At 7/3/12 04:00 AM, Coop wrote:
My hair starts to become gray already. :(
At 7/2/12 11:51 AM, Haggard wrote:
If it's any consolation, when I have a crew cut, the hairs on the back of my head do go all mottled, having more than three individual colours and plenty of shades mixed in there.
At 7/2/12 04:15 AM, Coop wrote:
Must be a spot that developed later than the rest...Yeah, beards tend to be the last thing that develops fully. When my father grew his first beard, the hairs had a different colour in some spots.
Well, some people I know started going grey at 17-18, which is really weird. Plus one of the guys I went to school with was completely bald by the time he was 20. You've got it easy.
I think I'd fit if I found a grey hair.
It was just me trying to act like a girl... you know the situations, where you can never say the right thing? "Honey, do you think I can wear this skirt or does it make me look fat?" - "You can wear it, it doesn't make you look fat." - "OH, so you think I'm FAT?!! *tears*"
I never said that, I've never seen you before. I was merely suggesting a benefit of it. I'm thin, yet I would always shave my neck, in the event of growing a beard.
Oh, so you think I'm looking fat?! :'(
Also, if you look at this picture, then it was located a bit above the point, where the "anterior belly of digastricus" is pointed out.Shaving the neck would have worked well - those beards make people look slightly thinner, as well, if that helps...
Luckily, my wife isn't anything like that. :3
Ah, the joy of someone who doesn't care too much. I remember when I had someone who cared too much and I also remember when I had someone who didn't care enough. Now ti find the balance...
Oh, it's too long ago since I watched that movie.
I was thinking more along the lines of Beverly Hills Cop - "This is not my bedroom!"
So, what if you answer: "No, and I don't know whose car this is."
Well, I was thinking the back seat of a car, when a police officer taps on the window and says "Sir, is this your car?" :P
No, there are much better places for it, but there are also worse places.I'm trying to think of the worst place, but I can't think of anything I would consider "the worst". Apart from obvious places like in a septic tank or something like that.
I watched it the other night. We've finished Cop 2, so now onto Wonderworld and Cop 3, which is the most bizarre of the lot.
Yeah, makes you wonder what's this "freedom of religion" thing is all about.
I think it was a good excuse for a family piss up, with my lot.
And I have to thank my parents for never having me baptized. I think you actually have to pay to get out of church... but on the other hand, you can save some money, because you don't have to pay church taxes anymore.
I can't help my parents, nor their way of bringing me up. I wouldn't change it, as it's opened my eyes and I've made my own mind up.
Wow, childhood flashback. I had to chant that during a production of the Flood, when I was in the school choir :P Yes, I was an angel, once.LOL! Good thing I never went to church, nor was I ever a "member" of this "club".
It's bollocks, basically. I made my own mind up and to be fair, my mum has stood by me and allowed me to make my own decisions, for the most part. Saying I wished to abstain from RE lessons at school didn't go down well, neither did me getting caught reading during them, nor skipping the lessons, to finish my A-Level Physics coursework.
At 7/5/12 09:27 AM, Bahamut wrote:
At 7/5/12 03:50 AM, Coop wrote:
And a few hundred years later, we have become an American state. :P
At 7/4/12 09:55 AM, Bahamut wrote:
I thought we were becoming the next American state. :PWell, as much as that may be the case now (I doubt it actually), we decided not to fight the colony and let America run itself.
I dispute that - European, I feel.
But in a few hundred years, I'll be dead, so won't care.
I just wanna set them on fire.
Fucking savewhores.Tell me about it.
Shit *dives for cover, anticipating a Mega Flare*
When was the last time I tuned in to the radio? Oh right, during the last two months of Bruce Dickinson's Friday radio show two years back.
It is, a stupid magazine exclusive. That ends next week thankfully so that's just in time for my birthday. Anyway, birthday present ideas have been asked by the family so apart from the shelves, I'll go ahead with the list.Good. I noticed yesterday that Geddy Lee is choosing the Tracks of his years on Radio 2 this week, about 11.40 on Ken Bruce, if you're interested.
I still listen to Alice Cooper nights, every now and again.
Metal or not, I don't care for them a whole lot.
Eh, can't say I ever cared too much about Kiss. I understand their iconic status in rock n' roll but they were never my thing apart from a song or two.Well, from Hell or Hallelujah, this sounds a lot more metal than they've ever tried before...