Since some folks can't help but do so anyway, here is the place to passive-aggressively threaten others and at the same time 'suggest' how very special and important you are.
Awesome. You must be very..... "special" to have started this thread. I am massively impressed with you.
Hope that helps make you feel better. Perhaps you could tell us what sake you drink?
Most people are extremely impressed with people who drink the worst tasting wine on the planet as some sort of proof of their discernment.
Do you eat raw something with that? Does that make you feel "special."? Maybe if you hid behind a dog and give yourself a pretentious user name. Oh wait.......
there you go again, hatin' on us special, important people
Sensei's normally have more control. Where did you buy your belt hon?
I really dont like tksensei..... he is so opinionated, but me i am right about everything but don't brag about WHAT I KNOW, i am a nice calm person, who really dislikes these silly threads where everyone argues. I mean especially on Sunday...
how did i do????????
I want to play, but the cute little puppy avatar makes it impossible to do so.
Some people have already made some comments here that could be compared to the comments of some other people who have been sued for making such comments. I'm just saying.
AND, in the 3rd grade I did a report on Alaska that got an 'A'
I would say more, but I have to go now and meet some very important people about some very important and professional things that I will be paid lots and lots of money for.
Awwww. Too bad. Sorry no one wants you and you are not worth paying. Maybe, just maybe if you tell us what sake you drink - we can be all impressed with your inability to discern what real wine should taste like.
Do you drink it warm, luke-warm, or hot? That makes a difference I understand. What dead fish is your favorite to show how non-racist you are?
Either way - I am impressed with how not important you are. Very impressed. Especially with the "A". Is that the last recognition you got? Did your parents keep you at home to school you after that? Sorry
What bothers me is when I become a fan of someone and they don't become a fan of mine...I just thought it polite. What's the ruling here?
No rules. Some fan to get more fans themselves. Others fan those whose writing or personality they like. I fall into the latter category as the whole fan me fan you thing seems disingenuous to me. Not saying it's wrong, just not for me.
I wait until they are not looking and remove em lol !
i fan people who fan me. i just feel it is the polite thing to do.
You betta not even think about unfanning me dude!
Dear ladybird...you are not a fan of all your fans. I am an example. Yet I feel fans are only whom appreciate our work so fine
OMG, I thought I was a fan of yours...well, now I am just pissed because I have to check all. I am your fan now because I think it is polite...please accept my apology! Thank you for being my fan!
Yes you are, dear. NOT KIDDING...
Now, I'm kidding...who died and left Pirate Girl with no clothes? Though she's got the bod for it, still, talk about self-aggrandizing, in a minimalist way...less is more, except when it's more...
I know, I know, it's just an avatar, but I noticed people on the religious forums occasionally stooped to responding negatively to people's avatars, and quite frankly, I thought THAT whole thing was a hoot. What people do when they're upset can be unintentionally very funny.
yeah she's pretty sexy all right. i wish i could be so bold...
I*n*v*i*c*t*u, I was your fan already...just checked. Thank you though because I am going to check, even though all work my not interest me, I feel I can learn from others regardless if it's my top interest.
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