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    2. Give him an eloquent excuse about capturing the moment.
    Kodak Faggotry

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    and work in Vorpal's Rules Of Proper Poop Management

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    Eloquent excuse about capturing moment.

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    #2

    Have been to art school. They love that ****.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirc View Post
    Aunty Jen Carlisle posts: "Mr. Bean, I know your mother. You are going to hear something from her."

    Jack Smith posts: "lol, Bean's in trouble."




    So it is with Kevin, better known as K-Real, and occasionally Keazy. Invented largely to parody the sort of person who would purchase 50 Cent: Blood On The Sand, the fiction becomes difficult to maintain when I, myself purchased two copies: one for me, and one to inflict on a friend. It was simple, then, to imagine the young man as the product of an environment where his behavior is not pastiche or parody but rather an authentic expression of self. That's how you end up with something along these lines.
    http://www.penny-arcade.com/2009/2/25/
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    Downstreet on the flip-flop, timepants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vorpal View Post
    The ***** way out would be number 3, yes let's do that.
    You think of some way to say to your teacher that it was an accident but he stops you and interrupts,

    "I know what you're going to say Carlisle. You're going to tell me it was an accident. But you know what, that was what I am looking for. Art is not an accident. It is an expression of WHO YOU ARE. You saw something and you CAPTURED it. Good man, Carlisle. Good man."

    The teacher's praise comes as a surprise. You quickly try to hide your embarrassment, but your teacher continues,

    "You see boys and girls? This is what I want to be seeing from you. This spontaneous search for art. It's absolutely beautiful to see budding artists such as yourself to get the art bug. Alright, I want all of you to head outside and express your art by taking photos of the things listed on your list. You and your partners are to finish this list by the end of class."

    You forget about your partner. Where is he anyway? You look around looking for your best friend Peter as he wasn't at his desk, but notice him sitting in the back meticulously sharpening a pencil. He comes back and grabs his bag as the both of you leave the room to finish your assignment.

    "Our teach is so full of ****, don't you think Jon? His speeches are like stock photos you get in picture frames. Fake and completely inhuman. Sometimes I wish I could call him out on it, but I'm pretty sure that he'd fail me. Whatever he'll probably die alone and sad."

    Peter's cheery outlook always nicely contrasted your negative attitude.

    "Anyway," He said as the both of you exited the classroom, "I heard you won your first fight, good job man. But dude, you're lucky you guys didn't have to do a judo match or something. I told you to take karate with me. At least you would've learned some small throws and be a little better rounded. Also, I heard that your family went missing."

    You almost say something to him when he interrupts, "I know what you're going to say, 'They weren't there in the morning like they usually are.' and I understand, you know what this means thought, right?"

    Peter has seen a lot of movies. He loves them and has an unnatural understanding of the process of human deduction. Sometimes you think that he might just be Sherlock Holmes reincarnated.

    "The game's afoot." He says with a sly smile.

    1. Show him the bloody cloth.
    2. Check your phone for your mom's return text.
    3. Check facebook.
    4. Do a ninja turtle hook kick high five with him.

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    It's all about #4. Ninja Turtle high kicks rule!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirc View Post
    4. Do a ninja turtle hook kick high five with him.
    For great justice!

    (Dammit, Baltic...)
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    Downstreet on the flip-flop, timepants.

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    Show him your bloody rag.


    ...and maybe the cloth too.

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    #4.

    Let's get all 90s up in this bitch.

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