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  1. Dmitri Karamazov
    05-04-2009 05:49 PM
    Dmitri Karamazov
    I've got friends who I quote Python with. We should totally make it a real law that you have to quote along.
    I think an "I fart in your general direction shirt", while hilarious, is mostly likely NOT the best thing to wear in church... Although I have worn all black to church before.
    I loathe "teenage sunday-school-sleepover-parties". Because we always have to watch some crappy movie. A walk to Remember was the worst. My God, never watch that. Unless you want to get a mouthful of cavities from the sweetness.
    I also loathe when people think I'm heartless for not crying over things. Like Titanic. (I found it amusing, actually). Or Pearl Harbor (So boring...my head). But I don't generally cry over things, and not in front of people.
    But I haven't seen the Passion, and I don't really want to....I can watch violence and I love war movies, but I find torture ever so slightly disturbing.
    I'm polite on the outside. I don't swear in front of kids or adults, either, but if I'm alone or with my close friends, I can spew profanity like the best. But I agree. They're just words...why be offended?
    Shun the non-believer! SHUN! SHUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUNNN!
  2. Imaginary Light
    05-04-2009 06:37 AM
    Imaginary Light
    Haha, totally.
  3. Dmitri Karamazov
    05-04-2009 06:29 AM
    Dmitri Karamazov
    I go around my house singing that song rather loudly....
    Free food is always good. My teacher gives us candy....she also gives us homework which I forget to do. Most of the time, I just wear jeans and a tee-shirt to church. Because I believe that God doesn't care what you wear, as long as it covers you.
    I behave myself in church. Specially during the "profanity is evil" lessons or the "Rated-R movies is BAD" lessons. Which is hypocritical of them because they all think the Passion of the Christ is a wonderful movie. (I find it rather sick myself...who wants to watch two hours of a guy being tortured to death?)
    We're on a bridge, charlie! A maaaaaagical bridge, of HOPE and wonderrrrrr!
  4. Dmitri Karamazov
    05-04-2009 06:01 AM
    Dmitri Karamazov
    With Awesomriffic Whipped cream. Monty Python = LIFE! (though Fawlty Towers, Blackadder, and the Young Ones are all worth a mention...) I love the Lumberjack song.
    Heh, yeah. I wish Christians would just lighten up a bit sometimes... There are people like my friends who are awesome...(heck, it was a Christian that introduced me to the Sweeney Todd soundtrack)
    The people in my sunday school class, though, are so uptight about what's "offensive". We had a lock-in once...and we warned about (*gasp*) "bad words" in the movie. Even though we had the edited version. But I'm the class weirdo, anyway, and I really don't give a damn about what they think. XD
    Rainbow sprinkles come from Candy Mountian!
  5. Dmitri Karamazov
    05-03-2009 06:27 PM
    Dmitri Karamazov
    Even less believable? Wow... "Tis but a scratch". Lol. Monty Python is also epic win. With sprinkles.
    Religion is a tricky subject. Because even if you mention it, people flip out and get offended.
    Coolio. Oh, look, they come in candy colored AND chocolate! Sweet.
  6. Imaginary Light
    05-03-2009 06:52 AM
    Imaginary Light
    OMG Jack Skellington! Love your background
  7. Dmitri Karamazov
    05-02-2009 09:17 PM
    Dmitri Karamazov
    I've been begging to see it for nearly a year now. I'm thinking of just getting it from the library and watching it when nobody is home... Blood like tomato juice...like the Black Knight in Monty Python? My parents are conservative Christians. I'm just a Christian. To heck with conservative.

    Oh, goody. I must get some of these epic-win sprinkles. Where might I find some?
  8. Dmitri Karamazov
    05-02-2009 08:52 PM
    Dmitri Karamazov
    Lucky. I've been dying to see Sweeney Todd, but Mom says no way. Even though I'm nearly seventeen.
    I've only seen it once because my parents are very conservative. Luckily I had a friend who "corrupted" me with it. Lol.
    Yum, epic-win sprinkles. Do they come in chocolate?
  9. Dmitri Karamazov
    05-02-2009 08:32 PM
    Dmitri Karamazov
    Jack does rule. As does that movie in general. (though Corpse Bride was good as well...)
    What stinks is that I've only seen it once. But it was pure awesome...
  10. Dmitri Karamazov
    05-02-2009 08:03 PM
    Dmitri Karamazov
    You have Jack Skellington as your background. Therefore, you are awesome. Thought you ought to know...

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    The chocolate milk lives on..
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    Like any good Foster's Fan I love Cheese. But, still, Herriman remains my all-time favorite friend.
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