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Salutations, friendly members. I am the new kid. Feel free to mock me.It's phantasmogoric to find somewhere to discuss things properly with interesting people. They are practically unheard of in the primitive area of the countryside where I live. (which shall remain anonymous for many reasons :) ) I apologize, but I think this is an outlet in which to regurgitate for public consumption the constant musings in my skull. I've made a topic on the philosophy forum, Check it out if you will. I am female and young for my writings, so they say..On both accounts. You may call me Hugo. Hopefully I 'll find some like-minded individuals to discuss the nonsense that is bad health to discuss at the dinner table...Do you have a dinner table? I usually eat upon my floorboards. Hello everyone!

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Fri Oct 27, 2006 6:00 am
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Welcome.

What other phantasmagoric things of note can you tell us of?

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Fri Oct 27, 2006 10:33 am
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I have a\ full fountain of phantasmagoria. That's an impossible, slippery question! Gah! Spleens are rather fine instruments of blood cleansing goodness. Cognac is also rather marvelous, though feel free to disagree.

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Fri Oct 27, 2006 11:48 am
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Sisyphus in semi-lethargy wrote:
You may call me Hugo.

Well, sure, we may, but why would we?

I mean, your userid is "Sisyphus in semi-lethargy", which practically begs to be abbreviated "Sissy".

Welcome To Gothling, Sissy! ;)


Fri Oct 27, 2006 3:11 pm
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Sisyphus in semi-lethargy wrote:
You may call me Hugo.

Well, sure, we may, but why would we?

I mean, your userid is "Sisyphus in semi-lethargy", which practically begs to be abbreviated "Sissy".

Welcome To Gothling, Sissy! ;)


Oh dear, has the "hazing" started so soon... :)

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Welcome to Gothling.


Sat Oct 28, 2006 6:30 am
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If you must! Thank you, too kind you be :) But sisyphus is far from sissy! He is the big, hypermasculine, uberstrong man, fighting against the futility of life...Or maybe juuust a little feminine and angsty and over the top, who knows.

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Sisyphus in semi-lethargy wrote:
If you must! Thank you, too kind you be :) But sisyphus is far from sissy! He is the big, hypermasculine, uberstrong man, fighting against the futility of life...Or maybe juuust a little feminine and angsty and over the top, who knows.


Really? I always imagined him as more of a skinny masochist type...


Thu Nov 02, 2006 1:39 am

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Heehee! But how can masochistic, skinny people fight for lives with no meanings, by mindlessly and determinedly pushing huge boulders up mountains for the sake of living at all? That's surely not masochistic...Nor could he be very skinny.

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Thu Nov 02, 2006 5:39 pm
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Hmm. Time to review my mythology. Seems to me death wasn't really an option there...

As far as the skinny thing, well, granted, he's no Tantalus, but boulder-pushing for eternity is not exactly conducive to developing love handles.


Thu Nov 02, 2006 7:36 pm

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No, certainly not of love handles, but bulging, huge, firm biceps.

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Hello.


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