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Zaaps1

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  1. Random question, does anyone here still play OSRS? And if so, any clan chats that are currently hovering around?
  2. Oh man. I'm actually kinda glad that Borderlands: TPS didn't get more of a discount, or else I would've been *really* tempted to buy it.
  3. IDk what other games you play but I love my razor naga. Buttons are the side are great for any game where you have more than few keybinds. I've heard great things about this one. Razr Deathadder also good if you don't like the sidebuttons.
  4. Oh my god I remember those. Those were hilarious. Annoying as hell, but hilarious.
  5. Man, that reminds me too much of organic chemistry
  6. Ugh that's annoying. I hate hacks that artificially make the game harder by just requiring you to grind. It's boring and pointless. We all understand how to grind, why make us do it needlessly? Much prefer the hacks that genuinely add challenges. Stuff like messing with how moves work, or giving a particular Pokemon a unique moveset. Things that actually require you to plan ahead of time in order to beat, but not to the point of having to grind mindlessly. That doesn't prove your skill. It proves your patience. Personally, I'd much rather my skill be tested, since that's something I can actually improve on if I fall short. No matter how many menial tasks you give a person, you'll rarely, if ever, change his or her patience. I remember Firered Omega being a good example of this. The game was much more challenging but provided a variety of ways to improve your team without resorting to grinding. For example, TM/tutor locations, Fishing Rods appearing much earlier, changed evolutions/learnsets, etc. There were little things like the fossils not being level 5 when you resurrect them (they're level 40, a much more reasonable level at that point in the game) that made the experience all-around better. Even when you did have to grind, you were provided with multiple Lucky Eggs early on in the game, making even that requirement much better. /rant I guess lol. Didn't expect to type all of that out, but I guess what I'm trying to say is that hacks that genuinely add new challenges to the game are much better than hacks that just buff up enemy Pokemon.
  7. I have a bow I use with my brother sometimes to shoot in our backyard. Which admittedly isn't very far. But sometimes I even hit near the target.
  8. That's what ISE exists for, aside from Zaap's adventures in Runescape that have been long past. I mean if you want I could report in periodically and tell you about my life adventures but these won't involve me dying all the time (Or so I hope.) (I still miss that spreadsheet I made of all the times I died doing slayer tasks. LTK knows what I'm talking about he was so mad when it got deleted)
  9. That's pretty damn good! Nice work and congrats! :) Wtf do you do at work?
  10. Good plan. Will keep a lookout for those. Thanks guys!
  11. Really? Huh, I did not know that. Are there particular brands or models used just for men? Or can I assume everything is generally unisex?
  12. http://reddit.com/r/skincareaddiction ---- Beginner's Skincare Routine: http://np.reddit.com/r/SkincareAddiction/wiki/beginners http://www.reddit.com/r/makeupaddiction ---- Beginning Makeup Guide (covers concealers and such) http://www.reddit.com/r/MakeupAddiction/comments/1go4cn/misc_just_getting_into_makeup_not_sure_what_to/ Idk why I didn't look on reddit first, there's literally a subreddit for everything. Thanks though! No I am not trying to flirt with a girl :P I guess I might as well explain. I want to start using concealer because I've always had really bad dark rings under my eyes. It's been like this for years (at least 6). It doesn't bother me a whole lot, but it doesn't go away despite sleeping plenty, drinking lots of water, etc. Might as well try to cover it up especially when I'm starting to do more professional work and with medical school interviews coming up before I know it. I told my ex about it (we're still close friends) and she said I should also try foundation. I had no idea what that was so I asked. The eyeliner/mascara question was just curiosity. I don't intend to use it, and idk if it'll even look good on me. But I did put it on once. 2 Halloweens ago when I was a freshman in college, I went to a party with some of my friends (who were all girls). They somehow convinced me to let them put makeup on me. I sorta just sat there and let them do their thing, and it came out pretty good actually. I just remember not knowing what the hell was going on, and also that putting on the eyeliner/mascara was the biggest pain in the ass. Taking it off with makeup remover was even worse. I'm not cut out for this, lol. But I thoguht since I'm asking anyways I might as well learn more about it. THERE YOU HAVE IT. or maybe I was a girl this whole time
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