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  1. Kotowari
    October 3rd, 2012 2:41 AM
    Sorry about the late reply, I was away for a week and then kind of got side tracked due to the university starting again.

    I'm not going to stop you. |D

    I had great friends in middle school, and they accepted me for what I am, even went along with it. But some people thought it was funny and hilarious. So yeah. I'm much better of now.

    I think it's still her hobby, but she does a great job at what she does. Now I'm asuming that having a dad in the cosplay industry is always a plus since support is needed to some level.
    That's what the underlying message is. But I still think that cosplaying means becoming that character to some level, not just dressing up as them. Sometimes it just doesn't work in my eyes. That's also the reason why I'm very picky with faving cosplay pictures on deviantArt (or any fanart).

    True. The Pokémon Special manga is pretty good. It has a decent story line and uses the Pokémon world to tell a story which is somewhat more mature than the anime.

  2. Cutlerine
    October 1st, 2012 1:29 AM
    I know. I prefer the Lecter method when it comes to eating humans: small parts, fried, with a nice Chianti and some fava beans. You'll never catch me ingesting a bone.

  3. Cutlerine
    September 24th, 2012 10:01 AM
    Actually, I believe the obstruction was some kind of limb - a testament to why you should always chew your food. Especially if you're eating whole humans. There's no conspiracy here, only a tragedy doomed to be repeated time and time again. When will people learn?

  4. Cutlerine
    September 23rd, 2012 11:56 AM
    Yes, that's one of the major advantages of death. As for trying to catch Shamu - I'm told it's the other way around. Killer whales can practically fit lions whole into their mouths, and Shamu can't quite resist the temptation to try and swallow the so-called King of the Beasts.

    Wild cats really aren't that averse to water. Tigers swim frequently, for instance, and while lions don't go in for it as much, all are perfectly capable of swimming. Some lions have to cross rivers and deltas to get to their destinations, and don't really mind all that much.

    As for the cougar, I think he's dead now. Complications arising from an impacted bowel. His friends told him to go to a vet, but he wouldn't have it; he didn't want his status as an illegal immigrant to be discovered. That, and he was the kind of person that doesn't go to doctors until it's really far too late.

    They sent his remains back to Canada in a woollen coffin. I have no idea why.

  5. DarkIceForever
    September 20th, 2012 8:43 PM
    That sounds good~! I've been looking into that little bit and there is a lot of potential there. Though they just made a pokemon game about it, which down-right sucks. I think in that Arceus movie they got into it too. They used to call pokemon 'magical creatures', not pokemon.

    I love that. Anything in the past and future is fair game. Lots of creativity there.

    I'm looking into a future setting for my next project, probably a squel to my not so good ranger fic. Can I hit the restart button, again? Ugh, I think I should just abandon the whole thing. Writing chapter by chapter isn't working. I need to write the whole thing before I post. Cause then I start to contradict myself. Then sh*t starts getting confusing.

    For instance, I'm regretting starting my plot in Antarctica. You'd be dead in a few hours if you got lost there! And the Japanese names. Not a good idea either, this ain't Japan. I just can't satisfy myself, no matter how hard I try. Ha ha
  6. DarkIceForever
    September 19th, 2012 8:41 PM
    F.A.B means fabulous, perhaps. I like the sound of that ideology! Somtimes though, when one reaches for the stars they fall down, hard. Like me. x) No worries I will pick myself up from this predicament I'm in.

    Actually I've been doing the exact opposite of you. I've been writing and looking into potenital chapters all while in school in the library and at home when I'm supposed to be reading a few chapters from my texts. Strange how all summer long I only got like couple chapters out and now I'm having a...err...brainblast. xD It's interfering, but I don't mind. In fact I've been writing all evening. I didn't even get to read anything. And I'm exhuasted.

    Btw, I've always wondered, what exactly is Marcelo dying from? Are you going to go into it? If you are, don't tell me, I must read it... >_<

    Yay! Many questions in one post.

    What is your next project going to be about? What do you have in mind? IR curious.
  7. Cutlerine
    September 19th, 2012 1:20 PM
    Ah, he doesn't teach personally. He works through a medium - a cougar living in Hackney who can channel his spirit. I did once ask the cougar why he was living in Hackney, when his species aren't really known for living in either cities or indeed Britain, but he didn't answer. Strange guy. I think he had some visa problems; he always used to be pretty evasive about his legal right to stay in the country. That, and the fact that I'm pretty sure that UK visas aren't usually written in crayon on brown paper.

    I did once ask Tanner what it was like being dead, and he told me that he was enjoying it. Apparently there's a section of the afterlife reserved for former professional showbiz animals; he spends a lot of time hanging out with Jumbo and doing tequila poppers with one of the cats who played Salem in Sabrina the Teenage Witch.

    Looking back on it, I realise now that Tanner wasn't exactly the lion I'd thought he was, but I suppose that's showbiz for you.

  8. DarkIceForever
    September 19th, 2012 9:44 AM
    lol, it's just a parody of F.A.B. Sorry, I'm werid like that. :( I like the sound of being a pharamacist, though. Still in my postion, those graduate degree jobs are a bit unrealistic. I'll chase it, if I get the chance.

    So, how's your fan-fiction coming along?
  9. DarkIceForever
    September 18th, 2012 3:00 PM
    Nursing is a viable option, but I don't like the "general care" they are tasked with.
    No way they could pay me enough to wipe and old man's elderly behind. In the end I hope it all works out for both of us.

  10. Cutlerine
    September 17th, 2012 10:53 AM
    I watched a lot of Laurel and Hardy when I was younger, and picked up the roar during the opening credits. Then I applied for further training, and was chosen from among twelve hundred potential applicants; thus began two years of intense roaring lessons. At times it was slightly terrifying, but he's a bit too dead to actually hurt me - I was learning from Tanner, you see. Leo doesn't do lessons, but Tanner comes back from the grave to give a few every now and then.

  11. DarkIceForever
    September 16th, 2012 7:52 PM
    :D I want to be a physician assistant in the long-run! I need some medical experiece before I can I apply to that, so I'm looking at Respiratory Therapy for a 2 year degree, for now. Ugh, I'm unsure what to major in though.

    Lucky you. I wanted to work for an M.D when I graduated HS. Of course that's a very unrealistic goal now. My math ability is garbage. I failed Algebra 2 last semester. ;p No way I'm taking calculus now. I'm going to have a hard time trying to pass Alg. 2 and College Alg.

    I'm a science guy too. That's why i'm looking into the medical field. But like I stated it's complicated. Things come up.
  12. Cutlerine
    September 16th, 2012 1:24 PM
    No, it isn't. There was a huge carnival composed of all the stuff people had built over the last week in the yard at the art college; we went around the yard and roared at people. (I don't wish to brag, but I'm told I have an excellent roar. I learned from the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer lion.) We also cut a hole in the back of its mouth so we could make it spit balloons, which turned out to be an excellent idea.

    As for what it's like being in the head... well, that thing is heavy. Really heavy. It took two of us to carry it and another one to operate the articulated mouth, then two more to form the body. It was also a hot day and so, inside the cardboard-and-fabric body, it was extremely hot.

    So yeah. It was a lot of fun, but we were all very glad to get out of that thing at the end.
  13. DarkIceForever
    September 16th, 2012 10:26 AM
    Yeah, wish I knew that before I decided to not take high school seriously. I didn't find that out until it was too late. A few friends of mine went off to 4 year universities; some that I wouldn't imagine.

    Being in community college is very unmotivating. There is a wide range of people who, i feel, don't belong in college - many looking for cheep dates, or that old high school experience.

    I just don't work well with people, unless they paid me for to do it. I actually would love to obtain a Masters in the long-term. For now, I just want to live life while I'm young, gain some life experience while others my age are stuck in school or the low-paying job market. Not many oppurtunities for that other than military.

    Do you have any particular study in mind?
  14. DarkIceForever
    September 14th, 2012 10:39 PM
    Hey it's better than mine.

    I'm pretty f**ked up right now. I'm not much of a good college student myself, I'm probably looking at a drop out after this semester. Maybe. I've become very introverted. I don't know, I just don't care. The worst part is a good chunk of my grades in Philosophy and Psychology 101 are based in group work. (Group quizes, group presentations. ect...)

    Should have paid attention in high school. Maybe I wouldn't be in this situation. I was never busy when I was in high school. That is until I realized I wouldn't graduate on stage if I didn't get my sh*t together. Eventually I did graduate, but, life's pretty horrible if you ain't got the right foundation.

    Study hard and you won't end up like a loser like me.
  15. Kotowari
    September 14th, 2012 1:15 PM
    That's a great way to find out.

    In middle school I was kind of the odd one out because I drew anime and liked Pokémon. Now, in university, everyone pretty much accepted me for who I am. I even noticed some people like playing games, including Pokémon, and gave one guy my Fire Emblem, Golden Sun and LOZ roms. |D; So much fun we had.

    I vaguely would like to cosplay, but only, and really ONLY when I know that I can pull it of and look convincing enough. So far, the choices are pretty limited to my OC, this one girl from the LoZ:Skyward Sword and Balsa. Well, looks wise. But than again, the chances that I'd actually do it are pretty slim. Though I have to admit that some cosplayers are really good, like PikminLink, who does such a convincing Link that even Nintendo asked her show up at certain shows. But then again... you also have the other side of the spectrum, where I follow your line again.

    I think you need to give Pokémon a chance, even when you're not a gamer. There's a whole new world behind the red cheeks of the cute Pikachu, which can be explored at so many levels and in so many ways. It's such a shame that the first (and mostly only) thing people come in contact with is the Anime (merchandise). :<

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