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Observing
  • myformerselves
  • Added: 09/11/2012 10:35 PM
  • Last updated: 02/25/2024 01:51 AM
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Despite
When the going gets tough, go fuck yourself.
1340
i want 2 do drugs now
He looks healthy. Yup.
author=Despite
i want 2 do drugs now


I wouldn't discourage you ;).
"The Sighing Mountains were people once. This is as far as history and myth can agree. According to folktale, they are people still--caught in a single endless moment, their surfaces bare to the winds. The recent construction initiatives--insist the locals--have done nothing to harm them. Though their skulls have been refitted to serve as observation posts on the Northward Array, and their veins ferry heat to the top, warming the lonely watchmen, they still live in a time before all of that sensation. For the mountains, there is only the beautiful instant when the world ended and they fell fast asleep.

Historians, on the other hand, paint a very different picture. They claim that these structures are monuments from another age; an ode to the beings that inhabited the world before the merge. Nothing more, and nothing less.

Neither side has considered the possibility that the Sighing Mountains may some day wake back up."


-A Pilgrim's Faithful Guidebook (27th edition, publishing thought to predate the vanishing of the mountains by only three years.)
Gibmaker
I hate RPG Maker because of what it has done to me
9274
author=kumada
"The Sighing Mountains were people once. This is as far as history and myth can agree. According to folktale, they are people still--caught in a single endless moment, their surfaces bare to the winds. The recent construction initiatives--insist the locals--have done nothing to harm them. Though their skulls have been refitted to serve as observation posts on the Northward Array, and their veins ferry heat to the top, warming the lonely watchmen, they still live in a time before all of that sensation. For the mountains, there is only the beautiful instant when the world ended and they fell fast asleep.

Historians, on the other hand, paint a very different picture. They claim that these structures are monuments from another age; an ode to the beings that inhabited the world before the merge. Nothing more, and nothing less.

Neither side has considered the possibility that the Sighing Mountains may some day wake back up."
-A Pilgrim's Faithful Guidebook (27th edition, publishing thought to predate the vanishing of the mountains by only three years.)


... or drugs.
Marrend
Guardian of the Description Thread
21781
author=kumada
"The Sighing Mountains were people once. This is as far as history and myth can agree. According to folktale, they are people still--caught in a single endless moment, their surfaces bare to the winds. The recent construction initiatives--insist the locals--have done nothing to harm them. Though their skulls have been refitted to serve as observation posts on the Northward Array, and their veins ferry heat to the top, warming the lonely watchmen, they still live in a time before all of that sensation. For the mountains, there is only the beautiful instant when the world ended and they fell fast asleep.

Historians, on the other hand, paint a very different picture. They claim that these structures are monuments from another age; an ode to the beings that inhabited the world before the merge. Nothing more, and nothing less.

Neither side has considered the possibility that the Sighing Mountains may some day wake back up."


-A Pilgrim's Faithful Guidebook (27th edition, publishing thought to predate the vanishing of the mountains by only three years.)

Glad to see you've still got the touch, kumada!
author=Gibmaker
... or drugs.


I'm a little afraid of what my writing would look like on drugs.

My suspicion is that it would go so far out the other end of crazy that it would somehow snap back around to normal.
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