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At 6/28/08 12:50 AM, UMREE wrote:At 6/28/08 12:48 AM, SaintandtheButter wrote: Guess the meaning for thisyour on your period?
lmao haha no
Try this one, i know it sucks, but i did in on purpose to make it look weird
This one i just finished, REALLLY deep meaning, even i barely get it, nothing against christianity or catholicism , ima catholic myself, its much deeper than what it looks, i know that nobody will get it.
At 6/28/08 01:33 AM, SaintandtheButter wrote: This one i just finished, REALLLY deep meaning, even i barely get it, nothing against christianity or catholicism , ima catholic myself, its much deeper than what it looks, i know that nobody will get it.
I can't see whats happening here, waaaaay too cluttered.
yea sorry, my mouse sucks, and iu was really tired, ill remake it with gimp
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At 1/18/10 02:28 AM, jean123 wrote: shit
Do you enjoy bumping obviously old topics, and then spamming them with utter crap which most likely has been copied from another site. Because your only 2 posts in the forums have been like that.
At 1/18/10 02:28 AM, jean123 wrote: bla bla bla
... and banned for bumping a ridiculously shit thread from the darkest corners of the art forum.