At 4/14/13 06:50 AM, Coop wrote:
At 4/9/13 02:40 PM, Haggard wrote:
I prefer a poem that I learned when I was very young:
At 4/8/13 07:16 PM, Bahamut wrote:
So... that witch is no longer with us.My mother was a witch, she was burned alive.
Thankless little bitch, for the tears I cried.
Take her down now, don't want to see her face
All blistered and burnt, can't hide my disgrace.
"Here lies the body of our old MP,
Who promised the earth to you and me.
Her promises she never did fulfil,
And now the rotter's dead,
And lying still!"
Which in turn reminds me of a slogan, for which I didn't find a good translation... so, here's a word-for-word translation:
"Here lie my bones. I whished those where yours."
Not as catchy as in german, though. :/
"Hier liegen meine Gebeine. Ich wuenschte, es waeren deine."
At 4/14/13 10:36 AM, Bahamut wrote:
Yeah, I changed that name back. :P
At 4/13/13 08:47 AM, Haggard wrote:
Ah well, that just makes me a lazy mod.
At 4/12/13 11:38 AM, Bahamut wrote:
Yeah, that really is troublesome. I'm sorry for even bringing up the idea. XDYou silly dragon! :P
And now you're not even a dragon anymore.
Those thoughts are really eating at me right now. Here I am going to be 23 in a few months time and if my life can't progress soon, there won't be any care for me due to my age at a later stage.
Quite. It's really had a bad time this week and it still feels like shit. I've been thinking about my life way too much. I really don't know what good I'm doing out there.I guess everyone has to go through a phase like this at some point in their lifes. :/
Well, I was 22 (nearly 23) when everything changed for me... ;)
I really should read that book, even though I'm not much of a reader.
I suppose we all needed a character who we could all relate to. If we're going to go back to that space exploring thing, maybe there's a co-incidence where there's another planet that has humans similar to us but with different aspects to them.That's what I liked about the Hitchhiker's Guide. Arthur Dent actually was an earthling, but he still traveled to some weird places.
There's always the BBC series, which is pretty good.
An underground tunnel walkway would be nice but I imagine it was troublesome enough just to build the two tunnels from the last century alone.
Water is just silly. It's never there, when you need it. And when you don't need it, there's plenty of it.
At 4/15/13 11:15 AM, FromADistance wrote:
A few notes:
1. No more Bahamut. Name became less and less attached to me and it's something I'm gonna put behind me. Was gonna go with another name but this one keeps what I do on here separate from everything else easier.
Well, viewed from a distance (sorry, I just had to do that), I liked the name Bahamut better.
2. I've given up the friendship with my ex. She was far too much trouble from the start and hardly expresses any feelings for me now. She has more for her partner before dating me than myself. That says it all, really.
Sorry to hear that. But this is just how things go. I hope this helps to let a troubled part of your life behind you.
3. I shall enjoy the live shows approaching tomorrow and Wednesday!