@Taquito Speedo, *is a judgmental cunt*
@Michael Fassbender, *pulls speedo and let's it smack turtle ass*
@Taquito Speedo, *self defenistrates
You can really tell a lot about an update by the posts *sees repost while reposts judge*
*wears no shirt*
@RhettandLink, *introduces self*
@RhettandLink, "I can't put my finger on it, but something tells me we should get drinks some time."
@DividedAlliance, plot twist: when I drink, I usually put my clothes on
@RhettandLink, double plot twist, I don't sleep around so I was hoping to explore your mind and get to know you on a more philosophical level and thought alcohol would take the pressure off of you being topless
@DividedAlliance, 😮whoa wasn't expecting that..good call sir, good call 😎👉👉👍😉
@RhettandLink, (guys will say anything to get in your pants 😙)
@DividedAlliance, FAAAAAAAACCCCKKK 😂😉😊
@RhettandLink, sorry lol. In all honesty, I wish I was badass enough to sleep around irl, but I always end up taking the girls feelings into consideration and screwing myself over (by not screwing her). Although I have my moral fiber, it's nice to alleviate some of the consuming internal darkness by pretending to be a player on the interwebs.
@RhettandLink, they can try but I'll be hiding in your pants ready to stab a mothafvcka
I love making pop culture references. I enjoy it when people get them, I enjoy it when they don't. I enjoy it most when they respond with another reference.
@I Are Lebo, I feel like this is a pop culture reference
@TrueJewBear, nah, I couldn't come up with any pop culture related pop culture references without googling it (which kinda defeats the point), so I just spoke from the heart.
@I Are Lebo, oh ok
@TrueJewBear, actually, I'm an author, and I get criticized a lot for having too many pop culture references. In a serious novel, they really don't belong anywhere. They either date the story, or distract from the plot. Which is a shame, as I much prefer writing serious stuff over goofy.
@I Are Lebo, what kinda stuff do you write?
@TrueJewBear, I'm working towards publication of part one of a young adult series. It's called Death's Daughter, and it's about a jailbreak from Hell.
That's actually a rather loose plot description, there's really a lot more to the story. Which is the biggest obstacle I faced in writing it, because I'm setting up a fairly complicated universe where the topics brought up bring into question the nature of life and death. It's not a religious story, I kind of take a 'Percy Jackson' type approach to Judeo-Christian mythology.
Anyway, I've gotten very positive feedback so far, so I'm hopeful.
@I Are Lebo, oh nice
@TrueJewBear, yeah. It's surprisingly hard work.
@I Are Lebo, this actually sounds really intriguing
@Jipz, thanks. I've hit a bit of a roadblock in getting hold of a good publisher (I refuse to go to a vanity publisher), but I'll get through it.
My story is already copywritten, so I'm not worried about someone stealing it.
I just wear jeans and plain t-shirts. I'm fairly difficult to read.