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AverageJoe said:

Laziness.

If you were able to peel back all the layers of the "onion" who do you think would be the "Oz behind the curtain" manipulating everything?

You. You're the wizard, 'arry!

Do you collect anything?

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Sky_dancer said:
You. You're the wizard, 'arry!

Do you collect anything?


Other wizard's wands, and passed down family heirlooms [ok, technically not collecting but inheriting]...

Favorite way to escape stress?


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AverageJoe said:

Other wizard's wands, and passed down family heirlooms [ok, technically not collecting but inheriting]...

Favorite way to escape stress?



Lamrim meditation.  

Would you leave Earth and move to Mars?


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Sky_dancer said:

Lamrim meditation.  

Would you leave Earth and move to Mars?


Only because I lost the war and they had me handcuffed and wrapped up in chains, and threw me inside the ship.

Why would anyone want to go to mars?

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AverageJoe said:
Only because I lost the war and they had me handcuffed and wrapped up in chains, and threw me inside the ship.

Why would anyone want to go to mars?


For the adventure.  

Have you finished decorating for Christmas?

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Ahavati said:

For the adventure.  

Have you finished decorating for Christmas?


Not yet, I'm waiting for some pennies to get some card and staples so we can make paper chains for the ceiling (the more hideous the better for Xmas tat).

What opening line of a well known poem just bloody gets you every time?

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Sky_dancer said:

Not yet, I'm waiting for some pennies to get some card and staples so we can make paper chains for the ceiling (the more hideous the better for Xmas tat).

What opening line of a well known poem just bloody gets you every time?


Invictus , BY WILLIAM ERNEST HENLEY
Out of the night that covers me,
Black as the pit from pole to pole,
I thank whatever gods may be
For my unconquerable soul.

Been through some dark times so, that's it.

Favorite short story?


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AverageJoe said:

Invictus , BY WILLIAM ERNEST HENLEY
Out of the night that covers me,
Black as the pit from pole to pole,
I thank whatever gods may be
For my unconquerable soul.

Been through some dark times so, that's it.

Favorite short story?



Omg, that my second favourite poem! Burgh, I accidentally posted it here. I'll PM it.

The Nightingale and the Rose by Oscar Wilde

How do begin to write a piece of writing? (I.e. I find an idea comes to me and then I work with the words, paint the picture so to speak)

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Sky_dancer said:

Not yet, I'm waiting for some pennies to get some card and staples so we can make paper chains for the ceiling (the more hideous the better for Xmas tat).

What opening line of a well known poem just bloody gets you every time?


"peter piper picked peck of pickled peppers"

what's your favorite food?

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Monstar69 said:

"peter piper picked peck of pickled peppers"

what's your favorite food?

Restaurant: BBQ; home: homemade lasagna

Star Dancer's question- How do begin to write a piece of writing? (I.e. I find an idea comes to me and then I work with the words, paint the picture so to speak)

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Impulsively and as organically as possible. I try not to edit unless grammar or typo.

Do you do something to mark each full moon? If so what do you do?

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ImperfectedStone said:Impulsively and as organically as possible. I try not to edit unless grammar or typo.

Do you do something to mark each full moon? If so what do you do?


Shag, if possible. Howling.

Last film that blew your socks off?

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I loved Filth, first film that came to mind.

Favourite series this year?

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ImperfectedStone said:Favourite series this year?

It has to be Mandalorian.

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ImperfectedStone said:I loved Filth, first film that came to mind.

Favourite series this year?


No new question so I'll answer this one.
Watching Sex Education with my teenagers was a hoot for sure!

Do men get constantly asked if they're "ready for Christmas"? And what does it even mean? Baking & decorating? Seems to be a big small-talk thing amongst women.... Makes me want to throat-punch. Sorry.

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