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Member Since 09 Aug 2008
Offline Last Active Mar 16 2012 07:11 AM

In Topic: Real life pictures - 4

27 June 2011 - 06:33 AM

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Are all of your pictures like this...?

In Topic: Allergies

15 June 2011 - 05:10 PM

I'm allergic to three things -- pollen (hay fever), birch trees and apples. Birch and apples make me break out in hives and get really, really, really itchy. D: It's not a fun feeling.

I take Zyrtec, which stops the breakouts of everything but apples. It also stops the hay fever, which is nice.

In Topic: Pictures of those TIFers -- 2.0

15 June 2011 - 05:44 AM

Wioneo E>

In Topic: Real life pictures - 4

14 June 2011 - 12:56 AM

Please index these two pictures. :3


Earthy again

Indexed - star_in_the_sky

In Topic: What do you call these images?

10 March 2011 - 02:06 PM

These are the ones the UK calls them, and which ones I have a problem with.

7. Flat -- Honestly, why call it a flat? Clearly, it's three-dimensional.
11. Lollies -- All sweets aren't lollipops. In my mind, "lollies" refers to one type of candy only.
12. Iceblocks/ice lollies -- This is just unnecessary. First of all, popsicles aren't remotely block-shaped, and "ice lollies" just sounds unintuitive.
16. Nappy -- I'm lost as to how this word ever developed. Diapers don't relate to naps in any way that I can imagine.
17. Torch -- I can see where the roots of this came from, obviously, but you folks out in the UK have no way to tell the difference between a good, old fashioned torch and a flashlight.

Oh, and I've always wanted to know: Do people in England speak in American accents for fun? Happens all the time in America, but with English accents. Quite fun when you're being silly. :D