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LaurenM 02-09-2013 10:46 AM

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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 420490)
I believe it was 1284948359095273 years. XD
oh my god... that's just... Woah

Exactly. You're grounded for 1284948359095273 years, so you're ungrounded 1284948359095274 years later.
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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 420502)
Cool.


I don't GET Facebook.

It's similar to Instagram, except you don't need a whole new app to chat on.

HeatherB 02-09-2013 12:28 PM

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Originally Posted by MaryElizabeth (Post 420402)
Think of everything you haven't done yet. You yet haven't published a bestseller. You haven't yet gotten a scholarship to your dream college. You haven't yet met your soulmate. You haven't yet met Chris Colfer. You haven't yet gotten multiple awards for being fucking amazing.

Key word is yet. Don't take your life away.

and i never will

lvhamsters 02-09-2013 03:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Lily09 (Post 420460)
happy!rant

This is.... gooey.
just want to stay up and skype with KPers until three am. It's not possible because:
Garance, you live in the UK *cries* timezone!
Cheeze, same as Garance.
Isaac, you go to bed at 10 pm-ish, a decent time.
Gabi, you go to bed at midnight-ish.
Maxi, you live in Australia.
Otaku, WE NEED TO TALK MORE
CALLA, don't you live in the same time zone as me? I would but my parents would hear.
Pluzzle, i dunno.
my parents would hear
my parents would investigate
my parents would go, 'wut who why CREEPERS JEZUZ DIDNT WE TELL YOU NOT TO TALK TO ONLINE PEOPLE THAY COULD BE LIKE 95"

basically ily guise *huggles*

I think so :O But yeah, my parents would probably hear too and freak out :\ Then again, half the time they're not home XD

AlgebraAddict 02-09-2013 03:44 PM

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Originally Posted by HeatherB (Post 420642)
and i never will


http://wtfcontent.com/img/134352540868.jpg


You're outnumbered in your reasoning. :D

HeatherB 02-09-2013 03:49 PM

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Originally Posted by MaryElizabeth (Post 420402)
Think of everything you haven't done yet. You yet haven't published a bestseller. You haven't yet gotten a scholarship to your dream college. You haven't yet met your soulmate, You haven't yet met Chris Colfer. You haven't yet gotten multiple awards for being fucking amazing.

Key word is yet. Don't take your life away.

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Originally Posted by HeatherB (Post 420642)
and i never will

i realized this was a bit ambiguous, so what i mean is: i never will publish a bestseller, get a scholarship to my dream college, meet my soulmate (oh dear god i feel sorry for whomever that is if i ever meet them), meet chris colfer, and i don't even think they give out awards for being fucking amazing. there's kind of no point to my life. okay, that's a lie-- there's no 'kind of' in that, there's really just no point to my life.
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Originally Posted by AlgebraAddict (Post 420755)
http://wtfcontent.com/img/134352540868.jpg


You're outnumbered in your reasoning. :D

...by two, if i count both you and the cat?

AlgebraAddict 02-09-2013 04:02 PM

By me, MaryElizabeth, Pokey, Sophie, LST, the cat, and countless others. :cool:

AlgebraAddict 02-09-2013 04:06 PM

http://boingboing.net/images/lolcat_splash.jpg

CACrools 02-09-2013 04:08 PM

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Originally Posted by HeatherB (Post 420762)
i realized this was a bit ambiguous, so what i mean is: i never will publish a bestseller, get a scholarship to my dream college, meet my soulmate (oh dear god i feel sorry for whomever that is if i ever meet them), meet chris colfer, and i don't even think they give out awards for being fucking amazing. there's kind of no point to my life. okay, that's a lie-- there's no 'kind of' in that, there's really just no point to my life.

...by two, if i count both you and the cat?

Everything will work out if you just believe. CHARLIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Heather, you are an amazing person, and you will succeed in life. You are so freaking amazing, you beat the scale, (1-5, rated 1 bajillion), and you are flawed, but everyone is!
When we are this age, we feel that there isn't a point to our lives, but there is... As Hugo Cabret said: the world is like a machine, and we all have our purpose, and there aren't any spares...

L.S.Trendom 02-09-2013 05:28 PM

RE parents freaking out: lulz I don't think my parents know about KP, I really really hope they forgot and if they ask I'll just say I don't really go on it anymore, my membership expired, I moved onto other sites, something like that :p
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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 420720)
I wasn't 'assuming things'. I said to her that I was sure had been through these things. I was just making my point. Just because she has the loudest voice doesn't mean she's the only one that can be heard...
Posting things like I do is the exact reason why deep down I regret
joining KP, to some extent. I'm driving MYSELF away from it.

Stay on KP… you need friends and it sounds like there are a lot of b**ches, and the people on here are great and they'll support you.
*hugs*

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Originally Posted by HeatherB (Post 420762)
i realized this was a bit ambiguous, so what i mean is: i never will publish a bestseller, get a scholarship to my dream college, meet my soulmate (oh dear god i feel sorry for whomever that is if i ever meet them), meet chris colfer, and i don't even think they give out awards for being fucking amazing. there's kind of no point to my life. okay, that's a lie-- there's no 'kind of' in that, there's really just no point to my life.

...by two, if i count both you and the cat?

Don't doubt yourself, you're amazing and a great author. And you seem to be better at algebra than me :p Your soulmate, I think, is very lucky (unless you meet Chris Colfer), because you're really great. And if there was an award for being f***ing amazing you'd get one. There is a point to your life. Loving people and being loved back and being amazing.

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Originally Posted by CACrools (Post 420785)
As Hugo Cabret said: the world is like a machine, and we all have our purpose, and there aren't any spares...

WELL SORRY WORLD I AIN'T BEING A PART OF YOUR MACHINE I'M BREAKING THE HELL OUT
*realises that might sound suicidal*
…AND GOING TO PIGFARTS

HeatherB 02-09-2013 05:36 PM

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Originally Posted by L.S.Trendom (Post 420843)
Don't doubt yourself, you're amazing and a great author. And you seem to be better at algebra than me :p Your soulmate, I think, is very lucky (unless you meet Chris Colfer), because you're really great. And if there was an award for being f***ing amazing you'd get one. There is a point to your life. Loving people and being loved back and being amazing.


WELL SORRY WORLD I AIN'T BEING A PART OF YOUR MACHINE I'M BREAKING THE HELL OUT
*realises that might sound suicidal*
…AND GOING TO PIGFARTS

...eh, i'm an okay author. i'm better at algebra than most people because i love it. my soulmate is f*cked because s/he'll have to put up with my antics for a helluva long time, and if we do ever meet, i'll probably just tell them to forget about me and find someone else. even if they're not soulmates, the other person's gotta be better than me. well. thanks, but i don't think so. i fail at all parts of those points-- i kinda hate everyone, and if i did ever love someone they'd never love me back, and i'm not amazing at all.

nice save. xD


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