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I am that suspicious character who probably ate the cookies.


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If you have good book, music,or video recommendations, let me know. 3nodding

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shunkerbell_otaku

Report | 07/03/2013 10:03 am

shunkerbell_otaku

Heya!
Butterfly from heaven

Report | 12/02/2011 12:40 am

Butterfly from heaven

You have a beautiful avatar. Your profile is amazing too. But I am sorry for
simply barging in without telling you who I am! I am Hex
(not my real name!!) and I love your look, sweetie!

shunkerbell_otaku

Report | 09/11/2011 12:32 pm

shunkerbell_otaku

chut!
jrmetails99

Report | 06/24/2011 9:44 pm

jrmetails99

np
jrmetails99

Report | 04/14/2011 2:51 am

jrmetails99

yw smile
you have a beautiful avi 3nodding
Oren Soloman

Report | 04/01/2011 3:12 am

Oren Soloman

ohhh and if your looking for a book recommendation, I recommend "Carpe Jugulum" by terry pratchett. The book is a satire that pokes fun at vampires (written roughly 7 years before Twilight came out)
Oren Soloman

Report | 04/01/2011 3:03 am

Oren Soloman

I know what you mean. I'm currently tackling Terry Pratchett's discworld series. I've been reading his books since august of last year, but with around 40 books in the series I have a long way still to go... and Lately I've been thinking about taking a break from his books... Speaking of which, how was "The Alchemist." would you recommend it?
Oren Soloman

Report | 03/31/2011 12:03 am

Oren Soloman

Very true. One of my favorite movies, going postal, is based off of one of my favorite books. But unfortunately they changed a lot of things around for the movie. it's still a good movie though (but of course the book is better)
Oren Soloman

Report | 03/29/2011 10:19 pm

Oren Soloman

I have yet to see the movie. Movies based on books are never as good as the books themselves. How did they change the ending?
Oren Soloman

Report | 03/28/2011 10:48 pm

Oren Soloman

So, I see you like coraline and stardust... smile Neil Gaiman is my favorite author. Ohhh and thanks for the friend invite. Of course I couldn't help but to feel sorry for the fallen star at the end. Stardust had a rather sad ending.