Quote Banana Wally's Big Fun World:nice adam lion mii. Can you make the monkey one?????
How... would you know that...? Maybe... "Ben"... is... really...
A BUNCH OF EVIL SCIENTISTS BENT ON ACHIEVING INTERNET DOMINATION BUT FIGURED THIS WAS A GOOD PLACE TO START AND THEY ARE AT THIS MOMENT TRYING TO SEIZE OUR SUBCONSCIOUS MINDS TO DO THEIR WILL AND THEY KNOW THE INTERNET IS A GOOD START FOR WORLD DOMINATION SO WE CAN NAME ALL OUR CHILDREN "BAN" SO THAT THE WORLD WILL ESSENTIALLY BE FULL OF "BEN" OH NOOOOOOOOO
Well, "Ben," your manipulative scheme WON'T WORK ON ME HAHAHA.SO YOU CAN JUST LEAVE NOW BECAUSE IT AIN'T GONNA WORK ON ANY OF US, GOT IT???
oh and by the way I win
Celery, that's disgustingly amazing!
As for me, I've been wrapped up in high school testing. Just bombed the AP US History test, and I'm studying for a couple of SAT II tests in June. I watched a couple of Korean dramas over the Easter break, and they were REALLY good. And I'm following the NBA Playoffs (let's go Bulls!). What else... nah, nothing else off the top of my head.
Oh, it's the allergy season for many of us, and just a tip if you don't already know, the worst thing you can do about itchy eyes is rub them!
Quote Dylan:Alright. Random Post game... Okay. Here's my opinion on love. Ever since I fell in love with her, monkeys started to explode in my head. I never knew the feeling, but ever since that fateful day, the zebras started turning pink. Love songs used to be sappy, but now I know they mean so much more. Like the Justin Bieber song Baby. I don't want to be just friends with her, I want to be so much more. I want to be the turkey dragon of Guangzhou so that many chickens will start flying out with bananas and chase the exploding monkeys out of my head. Many poodles and bulldogs wish to be like me, but there's no way. After all, I've never eaten dirty ice cream in my life. Bread is so good. I love you. I'll be your crying shoulder, baby you're the best I ever had. People, your in my game, and I'm sitting back and laughing with you
Wow. You're pretty good at this. I mean, I look at this and I'm thinking, wow, all my attempts at randomness were little more than feeble.
Oh, I just love that book. The author's rich use of language and metaphor in particular just blows me away. But anyway. You know what happens at the end, just not the final page. The author concludes that when you divide by zero, bunnies pop out of the ground and float into outer space. That's why the main character sought to seek his apple jars in the village throughout the entire book. Also, the main character decides that it's impossible to eat a cake backwards, so he looked to the sky and said, "You like me, don't you?" It can also be inferred from the final page that the author will be the author of his next book.
What's the best way to eat squash?