Oh, boy. It's about four kids genetically mutated by dragon venom and they have to save the world from a monster invasion. Y'know, I've realized how cliche it sounds when I water it down, but I like to think of it as relatively unique.
Guess so. I tend not to use the vocabulary words I learn in common conversation unless it's the next thing to roll off my tongue. For example, in normal conversation, I might say that I'm getting something enjoyable, but thinking back on it or writing it in my book, I would rephrase it as I may be obtaining an object of particular personal interest.
Actually, mine's a hard copy and it's probably outdated. And thanks for the new words. Can't really find anything on lucida, though, which is rather perplexing. I've noticed I've been using the word 'rather' a lot lately. Hopefully, it doesn't get too redundant. Actually, 'too redundant' is also somewhat redundant. Huh.
Whatever you did to contribute to my experience these past five years, whether it was the Pokemon we traded, the amazing artwork you did for me, the jokes we came up with, the silly debates, or anything else, I want to say thank you for giving me the chance to be what I am today! To celebrate my five years of existence on SPPf, today I decided to do a throwback thing to my early days back in 2011. My avatar, signature, and everything else is a complete replica of what I was five years ago: An eater of Durant! You and about everyone gave me a truly unique experience I'll never forget and I'll return the favor by continuing on what I do best: To be a member of SPPf! Thank you for everything and may we all hope that poutine gets its popularity skyrocketed in the United States!
I didn't take it that way, its just that the legitimate things that are stopping me are things that I've never shared. Not that they're bad things, just things that exist.
But the things I'm talking about, for the most part, are things that I should've cleared up a long time ago. To you and other people we know. But time past, people grew apart, and it just didn't seem necessary anymore.