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    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    Someone once told me that I was a cold heartless bastard who was in capable of feeling love……I told them, “hey that’s bullshit! I’ve got a heart, It’s on the the second shelf next to the DVD’s.”

    -Me

    #1236950
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    Heres a few that I really like and try to drop in conversation now and then:

    “They may be shallow, but that doesn’t mean they should be executed.”
    “Yes it does.”
    “OK, I’m sold.”


    …and so the witch tore hansel’s arm off, popped it in her mouth, said, “hey, pretty good.”
    And within minutes had devoured the rest of his body, leaving only the lower intestine for fear of bacteria.
    Gretel, she decided to hold onto for a while, so she crammed her into the freezer best she could.


    Sometimes your shallowness is so thorough its almost like depth


    #1237038
    Avatartunni
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    “Bad taste makes more millionaires than good taste.”
    ― Charles Bukowski

    #1237033
    Avatarknow_hope
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    #1236853
    Avatarp0ly
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    i rule.

    by me

    #1236951
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    If at first you don’t succeed….remove all evidence you ever tried/kill those who saw.

    #1236865
    Avatarwickle
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    Sanka! Ya Dead?

    …Yah man

    #1236790
    Avatarsinner69
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    «Roll me up and smoke me when I die»

    Willie Nelson

    Will do!

    :bounce_ci

    #1236866
    Avatarwickle
    Participant

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    #1236952
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
    Participant

    “Look yeah…don’t watch dat yeah.” – some rudeboi

    #1236839
    AvatarDaftFader
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    “EXTACY, KETAMINE, GIVE ME SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT!”

    #1237034
    Avatarnorfolk-partier
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    “To change the World, We Must First Change Ourselves” – Christopher George Latore Wallace – May 21, 1972 – March 9, 1997 – A.K.A “Notorious B.I.G”

    #1236797
    Avatarthelog
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    There he goes… one of Gods own prototypes. Some kind of high powered mutant not even considered for mass production. To weird to live…….. to rare to die.

    Hunter S Thompson

    😉

    #1236953
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    Tina eat the food!!

    #1236810
    Avatarkpop
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    …………
    Hey son, you can call me pop. I’m your pop.

    Yeah yeah alright. Don’t go making a big thing of it.

    Hey what’s up son, you got a mental condition or something?

    #1236811
    Avatarkpop
    Participant

    I kick ass for the Lord!

    #1236954
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
    Participant

    @kpop 485318 wrote:

    I kick ass for the Lord!

    I completely misread that, I thought you said you lick arse for the lord. Was gonna say, that’s a bit odd lol

    #1237039
    AvatarPat McDonald
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    Quote:
    “The collective mind is as vulnerable to self-deceit as the individual mind. The particular zones of shadow for a given collective are the product of a simple calculus of the mental patterns and ideas shared by its members: The areas of experience blanked out in the most individuals minds will be the darkest zones for the group as a whole.
    Cultures and nations offer the best examples of this principle writ large. The cynical characterization of mass education as the “transmission of social delusion” is accurate to the degree that what is taught is skewed by blind spots, the particular expressions the cultural “we” represses in order to ease anxiety.
    These blind spots are out of the line of sight of people in the culture, but stand out as quirks to those from cultures who do not share them…

    … The truth is replaced by silence, and the silence is a lie…

    … Ideas lead to acts…

    … The sociologist Georg Simmel, for example, observed the importance of the outsider, or stranger, to the group. The stranger’s position, said Simmel, is defined by the fact he has not belonged to the group from the start, and brings a point of view to it that is foreign. He is both inside and outside. Therein lies his particular value: his strangeness brings a particular objectivity about the group itself…

    … My thesis has been that we are piloted in part by an ingenious capacity to deceive ourselves, whereby we sink into obliviousness rather than face threatening facts. This tendency towards self-deception and mutual pretense pervades the structure of our social and psychological life. Its very pervasiveness suggests that self-deception may have proven its utility in evolution. A modicum of delusion may, somehow, benefit the species in the long run, although its cost to the individual can be great…

    … “I’m very careful what I tell people,” Bill Bush said to a reporter. “They should be prepared to suffer, and know that it could be disastrous to their family and friends. I tell them plain and simple that it’s very dangerous to tell the truth.””

    Vital Lies, Simple Truths: The Psychology of Self-Deception, Daniel Goleman

    How very useful. Very useful book. Not sure if I agree with all of it.

    #1236798
    Avatarthelog
    Participant

    Everything in moderation, including moderation.

    😉

    #1237000
    AvatarFizzbombheid
    Participant

    “Any more of your backchat son and you will be joining your teeth in the dressing room”

    A referee to denture wearing footballer Craig Burley

    #1236955
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
    Participant

    bump

    #1237040
    AvatarChrispydelic
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    I reject your reality and substitute my own.

    #1236956
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    I maybe an idiot sir, but there is one thing I am not. And that, is an idiot.

    #1237060
    AvatarMC G-Tek
    Participant

    @NN~Gazatryptamine 493281 wrote:

    I maybe an idiot sir, but there is one thing I am not. And that, is an idiot.

    ‘And that, SIR, is an idiot’ I believe the actual quote is. (I know it makes all the difference of chucking a deckchair off the titanic, but I’m a right finicky twat!)

    #1236957
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
    Participant

    Ahh I couldn’t remember if it was right so I posted it anywho

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