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    (Original post by Cronus)
    i love your avatar :love:
    Me too! Angelina Jolie is hot!
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    (Original post by Cronus)
    any1 up for burning something down?
    Your house? With you in it?

    Today I bought a bottle of Stalin Wine from Bordeaux International Fair. Photos to come later
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    Cronus, i saw someone has used the same avatar as yours!!! If i tel you who it is, will you do something evil to that person?
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    actually, i think that person is a TSR buddy of yours...
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    (Original post by Cronus)
    oooh something for evil soc

    http://www.gungfu.com/pics_general/p...sy_griffyn.jpg

    feel inspired? :evil:
    oooooo I love it! :evil: I'm very much inspired.
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    (Original post by Carl)
    Your house? With you in it?

    Today I bought a bottle of Stalin Wine from Bordeaux International Fair. Photos to come later
    When's the next general election (as in the REAL world)? Ample opportunity for evil there.
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    *shifty eyes* I'm in *shifty eyes* :evilb:
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    (Original post by Cronus)
    oooh something for evil soc

    http://www.gungfu.com/pics_general/p...sy_griffyn.jpg

    feel inspired? :evil:
    Utterly tasteless, but I suppose one of those could come in handy sometimes. Like when killing old people out of boredom. I always thought they deserved to die tastelessly.
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    In response to an allegation made above...blondes can be evil. In fact, I've generally found that the people who seem nicest are often the most evil. The best of them can still make people think they're really, really nice in the midst of evildoing.

    But they don't look evil
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    (Original post by Timeslikethese)
    But they don't look evil
    Err... that is the whole point?
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    btw since this seems like the right place to ask...
    any1 knows some 100% non-lethal points on the human body you can stab with a knife without risking to kill someone :angel:?
    :flute: just out of curiosity :flute:
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    (Original post by Cronus)
    btw since this seems like the right place to ask...
    any1 knows some 100% non-lethal points on the human body you can stab with a knife without risking to kill someone :angel:?
    :flute: just out of curiosity :flute:
    I can assist you. Lets find out. I am willing to use the knives you linked.
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    (Original post by Cronus)
    btw since this seems like the right place to ask...
    any1 knows some 100% non-lethal points on the human body you can stab with a knife without risking to kill someone :angel:?
    :flute: just out of curiosity :flute:
    I should imagine you'd be fairly safe with any extremities, as long as the cut isn't so large that they bleed to death. Hands and feet should work (as long as you don't get the arteries in the wrist) but the more adventurous knife wielding maniac could try the ears or even the nose.
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    (Original post by Athena)
    Through the arm, between the radius and the humerus (the bottom bones); through the feet, avoiding any arteries; through the cartelidge (sp?) of the ear.

    As long as they don't die of blood loss/blood poisoning/other infection.

    thanx i shall use this knowledge in the best way.. *cough*

    :eek: I won't ask how you know it though :eek: :p:
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    (Original post by Athena)
    Through the arm, between the radius and the humerus (the bottom bones); through the feet, avoiding any arteries; through the cartelidge (sp?) of the ear.

    As long as they don't die of blood loss/blood poisoning/other infection.
    Good, good.
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    (Original post by conservativebohemian)
    Good, good.
    How many more times; never good!
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    (Original post by Nefarious)
    How many more times; never good!
    I'm sorry, good to have you reminding me.
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    (Original post by conservativebohemian)
    I'm sorry, good to have you reminding me.
    Gah!

    Your corruption of this thread means I'm going to have to slaughter some poor innocent just to get it back on the right lines.


    :slaughter:


    Why isn't there a slaughter smiley :mad: :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Nefarious)
    Gah!

    Your corruption of this thread means I'm going to have to slaughter some poor innocent just to get it back on the right lines.


    :slaughter:


    Why isn't there a slaughter smiley :mad: :rolleyes:
    Is there more evil deed than deliberately pissing off an evil person to an extent where he must slaughter someone? (Actually yes, that would be turning this evil person into urine and making the whole world drink and die of it) But in this case let me answer; no.
 
 
 
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