Adrishiana wrote:I'd imagine she is consciously aware that you can be both wealthy and a truly horrible person (Cyndi!) as easily as you can be poor and a great one, but subconsciously, well, 18 years of conditioning doesn't go away overnight.
Cyndi wrote:Then again, one of the best ways to ingratiate yourself with and manipulate your next victim, who knows less than she thinks she does, is to pretend to know nothing but want to learn.
Papuasblya wrote:As a public service to this forum (and anyone else who has ever met me) I gave up avoiding looking like an idiot a long time ago.
CEOIII wrote:And I've been in this situation before, Sara. Get a drink, and nurse it. Sip, don't gulp.
bunnyThor wrote:CEOIII wrote:And I've been in this situation before, Sara. Get a drink, and nurse it. Sip, don't gulp.
You do realize that the punch is almost certainly non-alcoholic, right?
Any frat that serves booze at an open party, heavily populated with the under-21 crowd (including most of the fraternity!), would get busted and banned so fast.
Fen wrote:I have no idea what angry blondie's talking about. It sounds like incoherent babble put in too many words so as to sound like she's talking about something =/.
An anti-old Testament lesbian? Shock, right? Quran-Leviticus comparison inaccurate.
Ooooh, she read the Quran in English. And she confused the female translator with a male boxer because they have ridiculously common names. A badass!
Foreign films. We have a badass. (Eastern European films suck)
Fancy faux-elitist views on programming languages.
No Sara, you're alright. They're just good at keeping the image.
Valerie wrote:You're in my harem, right?
T. Campbell (yeah, HIM) wrote:If Freemage did not exist, it might have been necessary to invent him.
dianekikiula wrote:My sig is jealous of your sig now.
I'm leaving Paps for you.
Freemage, do you have a fanclub yet, and can I please join?
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