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Discussion in 'Asgaroth' started by Melancholia, Jun 23, 2003.

  1. Corporal McDick

    Corporal McDick Sgt. 1st class

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    Funny thing.... I was indeed born in a town south east of Moscow.... Malachovka.
     
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    ColdDarkNord www.vicrecords.com

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    Guys in Scandinavia keep telling me that my native language sounds like orcish or trollish for them.. whatever, heh
     
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    Melancholia Eternal daydreamer

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    and not only guys in scandinavia i guess :rolleyes:
     
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    ColdDarkNord www.vicrecords.com

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    okey dokey Melancholia-the-Troll, not only guys in scandinavia but some girls from Hellas too!
     
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    Rei Toei not quite human

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    hmmm... okay, i have the coffee *checks* (yes, there's still some) and also the books, lots of them, all about alternative medicine and - in particular - about bach's flower remedies. they're very interesting and they should be read by all of those who believe people are too complex to think they can be cured with chemicals only. hmmm... coffeeeeeee :loco:
     
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    Melancholia Eternal daydreamer

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    REIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII :hotjump: :hotjump: :hotjump:

    *offers Rei a cup of warm yummy coffee*

    what exactly is the Bach flower? and for the cure of which diseases is it used?
     
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    for the back flower allergy, for sure not ;)
    REIII!!!! ALFRED!!! my favourite Italians...because Da Vinci it's long since stopped talking to me :p
    NOW....today I went for massive book shopping for next Sant Jordi festivity in these parts of the world....among others I got Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere...A fantasy compilation called Legends (which has a short story from Pratchett) and the pearl for my pearl...Barry Trotter...a bad-book-for-bad-readers book that parodies Harry Potter series...but as my friend Zoidberg used to say..."I want more....mooooooooooore"

    fathervic (don't barry, be trotter)
     
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    Hmmm..... there's a point there indeed....
    How are you doing, btw? I just returned from Poland..... it's really fun there!
     
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    Melancholia Eternal daydreamer

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    :lol: mr. witty FV...

    bookies, bookies, bookies.... these sant jordi thing looks very very cool

    Beorn of MythOdeviL@ what's so funny about Poland?
     
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    Melancholia@ I didn't say it's funny, I said it's fun there.... Tho on my way from Lodz to somewhere I saw a renegade bear on the road..... it was exiting a building..... that was funny.
    I really liked that country..... the landscapes.....
     
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    Melancholia Eternal daydreamer

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    Beorn@ oh, sorry...my stupidity
     
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    Melancholia@ no matter, happens to the best of us..... argh who cares anyway :)
     
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    Vse Zaeblo!
    Sovok Soset!
     
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    Melancholia Eternal daydreamer

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    Hearse@ 4 times???? you're a freak :p who has written those trilogies?

    Privet to CDN and BoM :)
    (the only russian word i know)
     
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    i'm about to finish (well still 90 pages left) the first of the Artemis Fowl trilogy.

    It's a kid's book but it's quite cool....the main charachter is an evilminded superintelligent 12 year-old kid endowed with the coolest personality I've read in any children book i've ever read. There's also fairies, but not like the ones we're used to...So i'm really happy I started this book...for sure the other two will follow :)

    fathervic (not a fairy, not a sprite)
     
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    Artemis fowl!!!!! what a cool kid ;)
    "an evilminded superintelligent 12 year-old kid endowed with the coolest personality I've read in any children book i've ever read." wonderful description :)
    Btw, they are making a film about Artemis fowl, but i don't know on which book it will be based *too lazy to search for info*


    These days I'm reading Marian Keyes again.. "watermelon" this time... i've only read 70 pages so far ( :cry: ), but it's very very funny.... sad that it's mostly a book for female readers.Men would get rather bored of reading it, i think
     
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    Where did you find an e-book version of "The Neverending Story"? My brother is in college overseas, and needs to read it by Thursday, so the only way we can think of to get it to him is e-book, but I can't find it anywhere.






     

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