Ancient Hawaiian Saying: When words ain't spoken, bones are broken.

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I don't always wear spandex, but when I do, you can see my weenie.

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JNPR Report | 02/22/2016 12:36 pm
aye lmao
JNPR Report | 02/19/2016 9:18 pm
my go d
Sanspai Report | 02/19/2016 9:13 pm
Oh gosh, thank you! I hope you enjoy the rest of your night! heart ' w '
JNPR Report | 02/19/2016 9:09 pm
cool to you too.
sneep snop Report | 09/01/2015 8:11 pm
You told me your Gaia name a while back when I posted about using Gaia ! xD
Xenvio Report | 11/13/2013 3:00 pm
thanks biggrin
Pixitella Report | 11/12/2013 12:27 am
• thanks for the gifts!
Hmni Report | 11/11/2013 10:15 pm
Thank you for the random gift sir!
Have a magical day!
We Could Be Villains Report | 11/11/2013 9:58 pm
Thanks for the gift. o.o
Kitzukami Report | 11/11/2013 9:35 pm
anything to satisfy that glorious belly of yours

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Last Login: 03/23/2016 5:43 pm

Registered: 09/12/2006

Location: The World of Pokemon

Occupation: Helper of People

I can't feel it... spurting in the air tonight.

The text below was written in 2007, and the content has not been changed much since that time. Since that time, I have become very physically fit. I jump fences and can climb trees with little more than gloves and long pants. I can rap. The popcorn thing hasn't changed. I'm still okay-ish at Mario Kart... and Smash Bros. I'm in my 20's and log on Gaia a few times a year.

I can not whistle, jump rope, jump fences, crow like a rooster, spell blood with my fingers, play musical instruments, or any of that kind of stuff. I have not ever correctly opened a bag of microwave popcorn; I always rip the bag. I'm mildly proficient at Mario Kart. When I was a child, I asked the clerk at a Dollar Store "How much does this cost?" about six times. Honestly, I couldn't believe it was ALL only a dollar.

I was once told "You are like an ugly Tom Cruise." To this day, I don't know if that was a compliment, or an insult.