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  1. Tarvos

    Forum Shippings?

    At least you don't have to completely break your neck to kiss him.
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    Forum Shippings?

    Haha, familiar sight, that. And 6'1" is fairly average for a guy here... I think Dutch guys measure 6'... (I'm like 6'4" so)
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    Kellin Quinn or Freddie Mercury!

    If you're going to compare, make it Sofia Karlsson or Celine Dion or someone else with a voice worth listening to...I can even understand, say, Bruce Dickinson... but a singer from a random screamo band... that's sort of like Major League baseball and baseball on the pitch in Nowheresville.
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    Kellin Quinn or Freddie Mercury!

    Okay, I am vindicated. Screamo still exists?
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    Kellin Quinn or Freddie Mercury!

    Not to sound rude or anything, but... Who the hell is Kellin Quinn? (And no, I honestly don't know). Answer is of course Freddie.
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    Do you check TCoDF more than regular social networking sites?

    I check VK more than Facebook... As for TCOD, about equal with Facebook. I don't use either that much, although I have recently been able to warm up to Facebook a bit after I removed a lot of people from showing up in my news feed.
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    Why do many on this forum enjoy capitalizing random common nouns?

    I just use italics or caps... unless I'm being intentionally ironic. So, always then.
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    Ageism

    Age is not a factor in determining the relevance and validity of an argument, this is 100% true. The bit where age jumps in is people's ability to make a relevant and valid argument, and that's a skill that most people only develop later in life (and some don't at all). To make the comment to a...
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    Would you like to have children?

    Sure do, but I don't have to carry the things in my belly, so I'm going to have to relay this question to an eventual partner.
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    Valentine's Day

    I have French class on V-day. La langue d'amour...
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    Furries

    Okay, you lot have got me convinced that this type of thing is just something I don't want to touch with a ten-foot pole. Actually, I wouldn't want to touch it were I wearing a New Anti-Harmful Substance Wetsuit 3000. I'm gonna go with a furry - "someone who enjoys animals, sometimes...
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    Problems with America

    Actually, come to think of it, what are the US obesity stats? 20% of people? 30%? I think we'd call the flu an epidemic for much less.
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    Furries

    What's the difference between a furry and otherkin?
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    Problems with America

    In terms of epidemiology, you could probably make a case, actually. Better to call the beast by its name, it's really an issue. It doesn't have so much to do with "sensationalist terminology" as it does with the actual obesity data in the US, which are horrifying compared to what they are here...
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    Problems with America

    Is Kool-Aid American?
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    Rate the song above you

    Never mind... 4/10 Matisyahu - Jerusalem
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    Yeah, they are good live.

    Yeah, they are good live.
  18. Tarvos

    Do You Like To Wear Shoes?

    I don't wear shoes indoors, that would make everything muddy in 3/4 seasons.
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    Icelandic name trial

    Icelandic surnames are patronymics, they are not (except for x thousand amount of people who do have a solid surname - I think that's like 3000, but someone correct me) family names tied to a certain family. Using a surname (Bjarkardottir) means "daughter of Björk". I don't know how useful that...
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    Gender-Neutral Terms?

    My question is still what to use in a different language (other than English or Swedish). I wouldn't know what to say in Dutch, for example; strictly we have three gender pronouns (one for masculine, feminine and neuter), but using the neuter gender for a person makes it seem like they are a...
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