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Title: Game Walkthroughs
Posted: September 03, 2007 (05:18 AM)
The first one I wrote was for Fable: The Lost Chapters. It was just something I tried for fun. I never thought I would like to do it so much. I haven't written anything since then, but I'm going to start writing Walkthroughs on newer games that come out. The first one I plan for is Zelda: Phantom Hourglass.

I've also started getting into writing reviews. I guess I hope to become a better writer or something, so I've decided to write as much as I can. Hopefully I'll be a wonderfully famous writer in a few years.

Also, I have no idea who made the "Current Mood" settings, but I'm astounded they have "Tasty" but not "Tired". I guess you could argue that "Tired" isn't a mood, but I shall counter with the same for "Tasty".
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iamtheprodigyUser: iamtheprodigy
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Posted: September 03, 2007 (07:29 AM)
What are you talking about? I feel tasty all the time.

Oh, and there is "exhausted", you know.
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pupUser: pup
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Posted: September 03, 2007 (07:29 AM)
Trust me. 'Tasty' is definitely a mood. Imagine that you're Antonio Banderas, or Salma Hayek, or even a captivatingly grotesque melding of the two, walking down the street in slow motion. That is what 'tasty' feels like.
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mgtonvac55User: mgtonvac55
Title: Tasty...
Posted: September 03, 2007 (03:29 PM)
Well, I've definitely felt like that before, but I've never called it "tasty". I commonly like to describe it as being a sexy man-beast. But, I guess I'll start calling it tasty from now on.
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espigaUser: espiga
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Posted: September 03, 2007 (11:21 PM)
Selma Hayek is a sexy man-beast.
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