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31 December 2012 - 07:23 AM
The urge to quickly do this came over me.
06 August 2012 - 10:34 PMI once smashed my knee open and cut down to the tendons in the least graceful way imaginable. Got a neat scar, though. This was the most major injury I've ever had.
I've also on several occasions gotten hit in the face or back of the head with various forms of sports equipment, including but not limited to baseballs, tennis balls, and soccer balls, but mostly dodgeballs and basketballs (one of several reason why I never liked PE). Although those don't really count as injuries as much as mild pain for a second or two.
Once cut my foot in several places. Hurt to walk a bit, but that wasn't major.
Chipped my teeth/smashed my face once, by being foolish and climbing slippery rocks when I was a child.
Also, I have an extremely high pain tolerance. I've always been good. Grateful for that.
03 August 2012 - 02:34 AMThere's tons of good possibilities to go with the bad ones. Of course, in a comic like this, bad ones are always slightly more likely. Either way, the chapter's been happy so far; conflict is welcome, but not necessary. I'd personally prefer it to stay happy, but it'll more than likely be an interesting development no matter what happens.
03 August 2012 - 02:27 AMOh Shada, you and your Ghost Trick.
Let's see... what obscure games have amazing soundtracks, though...? Oh yes, I know!
Eternal Sonata is awesome, by the way. I highly recommend it.
31 July 2012 - 12:59 AMYou're so hot, you denature my proteins.
Hey baby, why don't you get your ligase working on my okazaki fragment and lengthen my strand?
Whenever I am near you, I undergo anaerobic respiration because you take my breath away.
(There was this one kid in my bio class last year who loved these things. There were more, but that's all I can remember)