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    I guess you could say I am the boogeyman..

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    I might be a yaoi-obsessed seventeen-year-old japanese girl who has compensated for her allegedly plain looks by mastering american english and pretending to be a seme online using photos jacked from some guy's myspace to live her romantic dreams out with sexy gay american uke dreamboats.

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    I might be an incredibly beautiful and highly promiscuous Yugoslavian blonde widow with an IQ of 145 and a Doctorate, who cannot help creaming her panties when in the company of almost anything with a penis, who has a combination of a little girl voice and a way of saying “Why don’t we . . .” that makes the hearer think he is the only man left on the planet, who shares tales of her sexual exploits with her two daughters who are both raging nymphomaniacs and who are teaching her some new tricks and how to add her videos of it all to YouTube and who, in an attempt to bring some balance to her overstressed lifestyle, has adopted the online persona of an irritable old git from the Australian outback with an annoying habit of poking fun at everything that moves by way of overly long and complex sentences.
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    oops
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    I might be the master of these forums who on a daily basis views with much discomfort and distaste the many written excretions that pollute my site, whilst longing for the time to return when writers wrote for something other than just the sake of writing; suffering constantly as I feel myself being sucked into the abyss of mental recession which attempts to consume me every time I am forced to read another by-product of the boredom of one who has unrestricted access to a computer and the internet. As I read each piece I feel as one who is in a pit and is constantly defecated on time and again, whilst clinging to the notion that one day I would find solace in the words of one who takes pride in his work, releasing me forever from this dungeon. This Hell.
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    I might be the juvenile delinquent who works in the kitchen at your local fast food restaurant, haphazardly mopping the floors before and after closing and spitting on your burgers while you stand at the counter with your ticket in hand oblivious to the fact.
    "Even if you win for the short term, you'll ultimately fail, alive or dead. Imagine if the great men from the past - men who thought they were working to shape the world – could see what their efforts have yielded. There is no change. There is no hope. Marx failed. Hitler failed. Jefferson failed. I just don't try."
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    oops!
    "Even if you win for the short term, you'll ultimately fail, alive or dead. Imagine if the great men from the past - men who thought they were working to shape the world – could see what their efforts have yielded. There is no change. There is no hope. Marx failed. Hitler failed. Jefferson failed. I just don't try."
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    I might be a wonderbread truck driver who wears (and is proud of) a toupe. I constantly have to swerve not to hit teenagers who think the most original suicide involves my vehicle. I am seldom home, and I'm pretty sure my wife, who is a neat freak with nonmoving hair (due to hairspray) is sleeping with our overweight plumber, Mordecai.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildcard View Post
    I might be the master of these forums who on a daily basis views with much discomfort and distaste the many written excretions that pollute my site, whilst longing for the time to return when writers wrote for something other than just the sake of writing; suffering constantly as I feel myself being sucked into the abyss of mental recession which attempts to consume me every time I am forced to read another by-product of the boredom of one who has unrestricted access to a computer and the internet. As I read each piece I feel as one who is in a pit and is constantly defecated on time and again, whilst clinging to the notion that one day I would find solace in the words of one who takes pride in his work, releasing me forever from this dungeon. This Hell.
    Hahaha.

    This should be stickied in every forum on this site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Backward OX View Post
    Hahaha.

    This should be stickied in every forum on this site.
    There's an idea
    "Even if you win for the short term, you'll ultimately fail, alive or dead. Imagine if the great men from the past - men who thought they were working to shape the world – could see what their efforts have yielded. There is no change. There is no hope. Marx failed. Hitler failed. Jefferson failed. I just don't try."
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