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Postby Guest » 28 Feb 2013, 03:57

yokel wrote:I appear once in a second, twice in a month and three times in a year. What am I?


Dont bother there's no answer.


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Postby yokel » 28 Feb 2013, 12:16

There was two men their names are Hot and Cool
Hot said to Cool, some ladies think I am cool
Cool replied, some ladies think I am hot
Can we swap bodies?
Sure Cooly
Yeah Hottie
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Postby Guest » 28 Feb 2013, 15:51

There was once a man named Hootie. He said "my favorite band is Hootie and the blowfish". Smugoasisfan appeared from the background and started shouting "no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no". Chuk came into the middle of all this and starting saying "nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah" in a sing-song voice. The whole incident was noteworthy.
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Postby yokel » 28 Feb 2013, 18:34

It was a dark and creepy night. There was a black and white figure in the forest. It was a cow.
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Postby Guest » 28 Feb 2013, 19:41

A man with rickets walks into the lobby of an office in a building. He points his finger ferociously at a guy and says "Give me some vitamin D, yo". He has a menacing look on his face as his voice gets louder and louder "give me some vitamin D, yo.....give me some vitamin D".
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Postby yokel » 28 Feb 2013, 22:58

What did the floor say to the chair?

Get off me you fat idiot.
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Postby James Lavelle » 01 Mar 2013, 09:05

Solitaire wrote:
James Lavelle wrote:Good question. I hardly ever listen to them.
I have one though: Siddharta by Herman Hesse read out loud by an actor. It's really amazing, but I've never finished it. Maybe I should!

It's cool you broguht that up.

I figure they are good for long travel (in the car or whatever means you're traveling by). Or, sometimes it's nice laying outside in the sun with your eyes closed listening to a story! I like a little audiobook from time to time.

How very philosophical of you, listening to that :mrgreen: what was the actor's voice like? See, the voice needs to fit the tone and overall feeling of the writing. Tis essential!


The actor's voice is really deep and relaxing. Sounds like a really wise man (he's the director of my favourite theater here actually).
Here's a link, I'm not sure if it works, but you might listen to it...if it does.
http://hregeny.multiply.com/journal/item/81
I like listening to audiobooks in bed, in the dark when all is silent.
It pretty much reminds me of my childhood.
*drums*
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Postby snakes » 09 Jul 2013, 16:32

"Sometimes at night, there are faces of maidens that wound with swords of sweetness. We leave, and our soul feels darkened and alone, as after a party ends."

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y'all should read mad toy by arlt
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Postby snakes » 09 Jul 2013, 16:33

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roberto_Arlt

He was born Roberto Godofredo Christophersen Arlt in Buenos Aires on April 2, 1900.

now that's a name.
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Postby Tyrion Lannister » 10 Jul 2013, 09:07

he's looking pensive in that photo
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