Werewolve or Vampire?

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Miyagi

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I've bit my tongue on this thread for long enough...

No more!

Werewolves and Vampires?

Give yourselves a shake! Call yourselves adults???

You ought to know better...








Maureen O'hara would wipe the floor with the lot of ye!
 

JonathanD

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werebadger from the kate daniels series by iiona andrews
i like badgers anyway but to be able to turn into one would be very cool and impress shan of tanith :)
possibly the strangest thread i've ever posted in
If you are going to have a bottom like a badger, you'll get no rumpy pumpy that's for sure

I've bit my tongue on this thread for long enough...

No more!

Werewolves and Vampires?

Give yourselves a shake! Call yourselves adults???

You ought to know better...








Maureen O'hara would wipe the floor with the lot of ye!
I never proffessed to be mature and adult-like, in fact, I shun such things.
 

Miyagi

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Classic JD :D

One of the funniest illustrations I've ever seen of that time worn adage "Putting the Chook before the Horse".

No need to thank me, I'm here all week - try the lasagne.
 

JonathanD

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Classic JD :D

One of the funniest illustrations I've ever seen of that time worn adage "Putting the Chook before the Horse".

No need to thank me, I'm here all week - try the lasagne.
If you are going to be around all week, we need to start a new thread as some folk may not go by our ethos....

The only gracious way to accept an insult is to ignore it; if you can't ignore it, top it; if you can't top it, laugh at it; if you can't laugh at it, it's probably deserved.
 

Miyagi

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If you are going to be around all week, we need to start a new thread as some folk may not go by our ethos....

The only gracious way to accept an insult is to ignore it; if you can't ignore it, top it; if you can't top it, laugh at it; if you can't laugh at it, it's probably deserved.
You're right JD (it choked me to type that).

Mods?

Please, please and pretty please with hand carved wooden beads on - can we have a "Mock the Bushcrafter" section?
 

cbrdave

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I'd have to opt for Vampire but of The Daywalker type. You get to vary your diet and get a tan.

Werewolves are fine but it's the mindlessness that doesn't apeal, chasing cars and humping legs that's the downside. However if you're talking Lucian in Underworld, well yeah I could be swayed to change my mind. His pack could change at will and keep their IQ. They also seemed to have immortality too.

Anyone seen this poster? I fell off my chair laughing when I first saw it

:lmao::lmao:
 

DaveBromley

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usually girls get more mature as they get older and bloom into ladies

Men are typically born with one hand up their nose and the other on their crotch and get taller

Dave
 

demographic

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Mmm, Vampire or Werewolf.
Is there no options that don't involve being a poor lickle misunderstood teenager struggling to come to terms with the world?