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  • Seraph I think I know that person!
    Dec 14, 2011

  • The best way to critique a poem is to write a poem.



  • inkwell
    Dec 6, 2011

    The reports of YWS's death are greatly exaggerated.



  • Button ahahahahahaha <3
    Dec 8, 2011

  • Hey, thanks for the nomination! :) Haha, my PMs are a mess, so this is rather late. But all the same, greatly appreciated.


    inkwell No problem, thanks for the follow. :)
    Dec 6, 2011


  • Thanks much for the book suggestion!


    inkwell No problem. :)
    Dec 5, 2011

  • How many postmodernists does it take to screw in a lightbulb? To get to the other side!


    youngwolf1105 I'm must be stupid, cause I don't get this... :)
    Dec 5, 2011


    inkwell Well... it's postmodern humor. So it's kind of an anti-joke. It lacks any intrinsic meaning. You expect a humorous answer though. The humor is in the irony.
    Dec 5, 2011

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  • GawravMehta
    Dec 5, 2011

    Hey, I've posted further chapters of much hyped 'Fakebook-Beyonf Facebook!'. If you feel like giving me review then I'd really appreciate because you're one of the prominent members of YWS. But, don't forget to read. :D


    Introduction: topic91045.html
    Fakebook Chapter 1: topic91064.html
    Fakebook Chapter 2: topic91106.html
    Fakebook Chapter 3: topic91159.html
    Fakebook Chapter 4: topic91166.html
    Fakebook Chapter 5: topic91201.html
    Hope you enjoy reading! *Fingers crossed.*


    inkwell I'll check it out when I get the chance.
    Dec 5, 2011

  • "Most often yoga revolves around non-Christian spiritual meditation."
    Interesting. D'you mean just not based on the religion as a whole or more like against the principles?


    inkwell Not based on Christianity. Basically if you're finding inner peace by yourself, without God, that's a bad practice. But sometimes yoga really is involved in Hinduism which does value reincarnation, a principle against Christianity.

    What happened to the thread?

    Dec 4, 2011


    inkwell Ah, never mind. Lol.
    Dec 4, 2011

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  • Thanks Inkwell c:
    Regarding you your PS. note, someone already mentioned that to me but it's not xD But you aren't the only one to have thought so.


    inkwell Phew! Haha, my pleasure. :)
    Dec 1, 2011



  • Nightshade Here's another:
    http://www.time.com/time/magazine/0,926 ... 24,00.html

    It makes me wonder what the rest of the world is hearing that Americans aren't.

    Nov 26, 2011


    inkwell Well, I may be mistaken, but I think the content is the same. It's just presented differently, reflecting the average American's interests and attention. In this example, Time understands that they will sell more to Americans by marketing a story about anxiety being good for you, rather than making the cover that of a foreign revolution. Rather telling. Thanks for the other link, by the way!
    Nov 26, 2011

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