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Old 03-01-2013, 02:34 AM   #315481
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Old 03-01-2013, 02:35 AM   #315483
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That was when albee joined in, lawl.
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Old 03-01-2013, 02:35 AM   #315485
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I'm not sure want I want to be. I want to be this "cute nerd" you speak of, but I also want to fit into an overhead luggage bin because Kalim has this strange fantasy of playing Tetris using me.
You're like 5'4"/163cm. If you were just of normal build, you'd fit in an overhead storage bin.
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By select people, yes.
I believe you selected the people in the room at the time.
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I don't think my knees would like that. :/
You know what else your knees wouldn't like? Being hairy and brown.
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That burned a few calories. lol
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You're like 5'4"/163cm. If you were just of normal build, you'd fit in an overhead storage bin.
Possibly. I should make it a goal to be skinny enough so that you and I could fit into Frank's clothes.
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That was when albee joined in, lawl.
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Yeah, i think he wanted to be taken down as well. Just enough resistance to act like she's being modest but not enough to stop it from happening. Typical asian woman.
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I believe you selected the people in the room at the time.
Don't like wrasslin with Miles. So bony and sinewy. You're just plush and warm, like a heated stuffed animal.
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I don't think my knees would like that. :/
No, you'd need to do a LOT more.

And your knees would probably be fine so long as you were really conscious of them and have really good form, up until you get to the super big weights.
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Yeah, i think he wanted to be taken down as well. Just enough resistance to act like she's being modest but not enough to stop it from happening. Typical asian woman.


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I'm aiming for something between ottermode and athletic. Ottermode reminds me so much of the furry comics I've been reading.

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Possibly. I should make it a goal to be skinny enough so that you and I could fit into Frank's clothes.
Dunno, that's dangerously skinny. You might get blown away by a strong gust or fall into a crack in the floor.
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Dunno, that's dangerously skinny. You might get blown away by a strong gust or fall into a crack in the floor.
I don't get this reference. Explain.
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