Personal Intro Thread #3

Postby Alfador on Tue Sep 20, 2005 6:56 pm

*giggles* spiders...
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Postby Doink on Fri Dec 16, 2005 3:02 pm

Real Name: Frank Bradley Armstrong V
Aliases: Doink (player on RP forums), Schizo555 (on DA)
Location: Raliegh, NC
Age: 16 years
Orientation: Nothing yet. I may be a late bloomer, or just impotent.
Furry: Openly online, closet IRL. Moderately.
Species: Human
Volair: My favorite character type, much like my first RP char.
Kinky things: None. After an incident in seventh grade I've been VERY averse to porn.
Fetishy things: Will fold and tear paper into a chain of identical triangles. Also peels paint off pencils
Music: Rock, punk, some rap, generally whatever's available (male singers preferred)
Love interests: None yet.
Occupation: Junior in High School
Art: Slightly on the crappy side. Am trying to improve, but so far it's going slowly
D&D alignment: Neutral Good
Games, movies: I heart video games! And also some movies (mostly comdeies).
Pet peeves: My procrastination habits, humans that bash furries, furries that bash humans, homework, being unable to meet truly interesting people offline.
Other: Silent type in real life, blah blah blah.

About Webcomics: I f***in' love webcomics. Ever since I first read 8-bit Theater I've been fascinated by them. And ever since I've read this one, I've actually gotten an idea for one!
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Postby Allan_ecker on Sat Dec 17, 2005 7:09 am

Welcome aboard, Doink! North Carolina, huh? I spent my childhood in South Carolina; we got hit by Hurricane Hugo and went without air conditioning in the ass-crack of summer for well over a week.

The community pool was out of commission, too. :(
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Postby Micro_Fur on Sat Dec 17, 2005 7:30 am

allan_ecker wrote:. . . I spent my childhood in South Carolina. . .


*Does a doubble take* Did you mayhaps know of a base in the city of Goose Creek?

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Postby Allan_ecker on Sat Dec 17, 2005 10:10 am

Goose Creek... I think my dad might have had to work there on some days... All I can really remember is that he was working at the naval shipyard near or at Summerville right up untill a little ways before the base closure, at which point we relocated, lock stock and gargoyle to Kitsap County in Washington State, where he still works at the Pugett Sound Naval Shipyard.

I was about ten at that point, and I was utterly enchanted with the darkness, the wetness, and the sheer rapturous gloom that engulfs the pacific northwest. I'm stuck up here for life, man.

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I'm not a goth! Quit staring at me! Black eyeliner is pretty!
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Postby The_Fox on Thu Dec 22, 2005 11:06 am

allan_ecker wrote:...

I'm not a goth! Quit staring at me! Black eyeliner is pretty!


*makes up a goth Volair plushie, and then a raver Volair plushie* I should give these to a charity auction.

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Postby Micro_Fur on Thu Dec 22, 2005 8:31 pm

The_Fox wrote:
allan_ecker wrote:...

I'm not a goth! Quit staring at me! Black eyeliner is pretty!


*makes up a goth Volair plushie, and then a raver Volair plushie* I should give these to a charity auction.

- Jarylan, I wish I could sew.


I wish I didn't have to worry about getting the odd kind of looks that could get you in trouble for having residual makeup on. So don't give me any funny looks when I wonder what Allan really would look like in goth.

Have you been reading "Candy Raver - Perky Goth" too Jarylan? I'm going to have to find some fuzzy orange cloth when I get home. :) Thanks for the idea Jarylan!

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Postby Alfador on Fri Dec 23, 2005 6:44 am

I'll put some stress on that seam. And I never got very high skill levels in Tailoring; my main is the only one to come NEAR Artisan in a craft profession, and Lupiko the Tauren is going into Gnomish Engineering.
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Postby E_voyager on Thu Jan 19, 2006 6:30 pm

Gee I hope this is the right formant I borrowed it form a person above me

Real Name: not known to anyone
Aliases: e, e_voyager, eternal_voyager, eurtan(just to name a few), eliander (on DA)
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Age: 25 years
Furry: Yes
Species: living universe trying to get by in the world (ie over powered twink that doesn?t use his power unless pushed) i baise myself on the beyonder but got tired of eveyone in the over power game so i hide a lot
Kinky things: a lot of things including RP
Fetish things: rubber, chains
Music: classical, some rock and what ever Korn plays.
Love interests: If only if.
Occupation: Collage
Art: you draw better them me but watch me weave.
D&D alignment: I?ve never been able to play :(
Games, movies: RPG?s, a few actual movies and anime. Is there anything else?
Pet peeves: being pushed around, jerks that pick on others due to sexual preface.
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Postby RandomScribe on Fri Jan 20, 2006 8:48 am

Welcome to the forums, Voyager! And don't worry about the format... it's basically just whatever information you feel like providing.

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Postby E_voyager on Fri Jan 20, 2006 4:56 pm

thank you for the welcome i have had a question since i firnsed readin the archises on tuesday and started on the profics , about the auther all that other good stuff. whats is Kinsey and how dose the Kinsey scale work?
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the perversion doesn't stop just because the sun comes up

if i can make people think and consider their lives even for a moment each day then my life has just that much more meaning

one of the hardest skills i seek to master is the skill of knowing when to shut up
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Postby The_Fox on Fri Jan 20, 2006 5:10 pm

Alfred Kinsey did a lot of controversial, and unpopular studies on sexuality in the 50s, as I understand it. He came up with the Kinsey scale, which just shows where you are in the gay/bi/straight spectrum. Higher numbers means more gay. 0 is REALLY straight, 6 is REALLY gay, and 3 is bi.

You can find more on Wikipedia, I'm certain. http://en.wikipedia.org

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Postby Andrick on Fri Jan 20, 2006 7:57 pm

e_voyager wrote:...
Occupation: Collage
...

Ooh! I love those! What is your primary material: photographs, magazines, or construction paper?
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Postby E_voyager on Sun Jan 22, 2006 2:40 am

for the record i spell very poorly. i was trying to say college not collage as for matires weill i do digita works as and i also weve and make ceramics. for collages it's basicly a spur of the moment thing when i put one together and i tend to use scraps.
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Postby Micro_Fur on Sun Jan 22, 2006 2:22 pm

You'll have to forgive Andrick, he has this habit of, shall we say being blunt to the point of being painful sometimes :roll:. You get used to his snide remarks after a while *A diesel engine starts in the background* or being hosed down *Engine pitch changes as the hose is charged*, now if you will excuse me I have to hide. :o *Ducks out of sight to avoid the solid stream of water headed for him*


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Postby Andrick on Sun Jan 22, 2006 8:41 pm

*the ringwolf picks up the Hidey-Hole Trap? and peers inside* Silly pine marten, Trix are for kids... I mean, hosings are for over-frisky forumites. And you gotta' know the difference between snide and snarky. If I had said to e_voyager "and another fine representative of education displays his spelling acumen," that would be snide. My remark was merely snark. -y, that is, swimmin' pools, movie stars.

Well, now it's time to say hi- hi and invite e_v in
I would like to thank him kindly for droppin' in
Of course inside this virtual reality
It's easy to offer digital hospitality
Internet, that is, set a spell, take your shoes off.

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Postby Andrick on Sun Jan 22, 2006 8:42 pm

*grumble, snarl* Stupid double post. *grouse, complain*
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Postby E_voyager on Thu Jan 26, 2006 10:09 pm

if youre fast enought they can be deleted.
my first post took up 8 post and i deleated all but one.
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Postby DetailBear on Sun Feb 12, 2006 8:45 am

Ok. Somehow I keep missing the updates on this thread. I've been very bad at my duties. :oops:
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Postby DetailBear on Sun Feb 12, 2006 8:49 am

Welcome to the forum, Micro_Fur! You've settled in quite nicely.

Here is your Official Virtual Volair Plushie. This is our welcoming gift to you. It comes with something else...

HUGS and cuddles.
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