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The Slightly Random but still good for creative reasons thread.

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« on: April 12, 2007, 03:57:14 pm »


apples are a polite fruit, they are very useful in cooking and taste reasonable, in every single possible way they are better than mangos. mangos are EVIL, trust me on this, I hate mangos i hate the way the smell and taste, i hate their texture and look, i even think the mango tree is bloody ugly, but the biggest problem with mangos is they effect your mind, they can block out things, make you do things that you don't want to do. LIKE EAT MANGOS, seriously everytime i walk past a bit of mango i pick it up and eat it, every time, despite knowing full well i despise mango's, i seriously believe that one in every 50 mango's is poisonous, and they are trying to take over the world, i have been lucky so far, but let the warning go out. DON'T eat mangos.

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Dream, there is alot to be said for dreams, even if theres is no chance it will come true. There is comfort in the knowledge you can still dream of it. Nothing great was acomplished without detailed planning, no plan was ever drawn up without a dream of an acomplishment. They did not build the apollo rockets until after man dreamed of reaching out and touching the stars. How? How is irrelevant, as long as there is a why, and the why can be simply "I want to!", the how will be worked out later.

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