No. 118 (essentialsaltes) wrote,
No. 118

It take a big man to cry, but it takes an even bigger man to laugh at that man.

Flipping through random L and D journals, mainly one discovers how boring people are. Sure, there are a few interesting ones out there, but on the bad side of the scale, usually the worst that can be said is that they are stultifyingly dull. On the other hand, sometimes you run across one that exemplifies the nadir of human existence.

Such a person is satanspornstar. Imagine how many times she has needlessly typed "and shit" in her life. It's bad enough that she undoubtedly talks that way and shit, but can you imagine actually typing all those extra words and shit? I like read some of it, y'know, and I'm like totally, "Omigod!" and shit.

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