Member Since 18 Jun 2013
Last Active Yesterday, 09:26 PM
I feel like an idiot for only now noticing I can make that annoying selection of batoto-licensed titles on my homepage disappear with the click of a button -.-'
Sep 25 2016 03:40 PM
i feel like even more of an idiot that i had to have an idiot tell me i could xD
Sep 25 2016 07:26 PM
it is kinda annoying that you have to do that every time though
Sep 25 2016 08:32 PM
every time? not for me, no :3
Sep 25 2016 08:36 PM
heh, 2015 was a pretty damn good year for albums, methinks
Dec 21 2015 11:11 AM
yes, it was a nice contrast to all the other good music :3
Dec 21 2015 09:42 PM
Whoaaa, that cut me deep, man ;_;
Dec 21 2015 11:05 PM
phew, still got it *grins*
Dec 22 2015 01:04 AM
it seems I always end up using commas with coordinate adjectives
Nov 28 2015 08:19 PM
And, that's good? Or bad?...Or just a general observation?
Nov 28 2015 08:41 PM
just a general, indifferent observation
Nov 28 2015 09:14 PM
Right now I'm 50% satan
Jul 22 2015 06:30 PM
his final form is him going off on his cat for pooping in da liter box
Jul 22 2015 11:27 PM
So you mean you are 50% of angel today, or...
Jul 23 2015 01:06 AM
Just flirt some more and you'll be 100% angel in no time
Jul 23 2015 04:24 AM
I would really appreciate some book recommendations
Jul 13 2015 06:44 PM
I'll finish it off just in case.
Shirley Jackson's books (We Have Always Lived in a Castle - psychological, btw) , her short stories ("The Lottery", "Charlie", "The Possibility of Evil"); Roald Dahl's short stories - like "Lamb to the Slaughter" and "The Landlady" to name a few.
though I'm pretty sure you might've read them already, but if you haven't, start reading George RR Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series. honestly, that series is intense, man. FIRE AND BLOOD
Jul 14 2015 05:52 AM
thanks for the recs, blerghers. My mom's a huge fan of Agatha Christie so I grew up watching the TV series based on her books, but I remember starting a Miss Marple short story book and not getting into it. I really want to try again though, simply because the stories themselves are great. Just checked out the Bryand and May series and it seems awesome. I haven't read much horror (because I don't know many authors) but The Lottery is now on my tbr pile. I had no idea Roald Dahl w...
Jul 14 2015 09:28 AM
I had no idea Roald Dahl wrote anything that wasn't for children. I must read it. As for A Song of Fire and Ice, I read the first book before the tv show started and I was going to continue, but now with all the hype (and having to wait years for the books to be released) I'm waiting for the series to end before reading it all. Btw, there's a word limit for the comments, that why your comment was cut short :) Mine too
Jul 14 2015 09:29 AM
I love finding interesting stories :3
Apr 07 2014 04:42 PM
The msot interestign stories are the ones you, yourself, write. ;P
Apr 07 2014 04:44 PM
I love hearing interesting personal stories :3
Apr 07 2014 05:29 PM