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Old 07-15-2008   #21
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Wow! That's so true.
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Old 07-15-2008   #22
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That was beautiful. ;-;
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Old 07-15-2008   #23
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Originally Posted by neoeno
Push your chair back and relax, think for a moment, think about all the happy things in your life, think about kittens and sunshine and rainbows. Breathe a happy sigh, wait just a few moments, get up, and walk downstairs.

Go into the kitchen, paying attention to the subtly different but familiar and comforting smells of each different room. Take a moment to appreciate your kitchen, how it provides you near ceaselessly with food and the equipment to prepare it. Open the cupboard where you keep your tea. Take out a teabag of your very favourite, maybe it's a lemon and blueberry herbal variety, or the comforting staple of earl grey. Without ignoring the subtle scent it releases into the air around you, drop it into your favourite mug, and put on some water to boil.

While you're waiting, take a moment to appreciate the sounds you never hear. The birds in the trees outside, the sound of people mowing their grass in the soft sunshine outside, the muted sounds of people talking outside, and eventually the sounds of the water boiling.

Turn the kettle off, it's okay, the handle will be only slightly warm, and wait for a moment or two for the water to calm itself. Gently pour the steaming water into the mug, not letting it get so full as to cause difficulty, letting it brew for another few moments while you get the sugar. Drop a couple of spoonfuls in and stir to ease the sugar in. Maybe add some milk if you're that way inclined, or if you're feeling extra-special, lose the sugar and use honey instead.

Carry the steaming mug into your living room, walking slowly, there's no rush. Set the tea down and gently lean back into your favourite chair. Pick up the mug and hold it close to your chest, with both hands, one on the handle and one cradling the other side. Take in the aroma of what is, after all, your favourite tea, and relax your body and mind of all tensions. Notice the golden sunshine flowing in through the windows. An easy smile comes to your face, and you close your eyes as you take the first sip of your tea. You feel as if everything in the world is peaceful, and... just for a moment... everything is perfect.

And there, my friends, is a safe alternative to Kupika.
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Old 07-16-2008   #24
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Originally Posted by neoeno
Push your chair back and relax, think for a moment, think about all the happy things in your life, think about kittens and sunshine and rainbows. Breathe a happy sigh, wait just a few moments, get up, and walk downstairs.

Go into the kitchen, paying attention to the subtly different but familiar and comforting smells of each different room. Take a moment to appreciate your kitchen, how it provides you near ceaselessly with food and the equipment to prepare it. Open the cupboard where you keep your tea. Take out a teabag of your very favourite, maybe it's a lemon and blueberry herbal variety, or the comforting staple of earl grey. Without ignoring the subtle scent it releases into the air around you, drop it into your favourite mug, and put on some water to boil.

While you're waiting, take a moment to appreciate the sounds you never hear. The birds in the trees outside, the sound of people mowing their grass in the soft sunshine outside, the muted sounds of people talking outside, and eventually the sounds of the water boiling.

Turn the kettle off, it's okay, the handle will be only slightly warm, and wait for a moment or two for the water to calm itself. Gently pour the steaming water into the mug, not letting it get so full as to cause difficulty, letting it brew for another few moments while you get the sugar. Drop a couple of spoonfuls in and stir to ease the sugar in. Maybe add some milk if you're that way inclined, or if you're feeling extra-special, lose the sugar and use honey instead.

Carry the steaming mug into your living room, walking slowly, there's no rush. Set the tea down and gently lean back into your favourite chair. Pick up the mug and hold it close to your chest, with both hands, one on the handle and one cradling the other side. Take in the aroma of what is, after all, your favourite tea, and relax your body and mind of all tensions. Notice the golden sunshine flowing in through the windows. An easy smile comes to your face, and you close your eyes as you take the first sip of your tea. You feel as if everything in the world is peaceful, and... just for a moment... everything is perfect.

And there, my friends, is a safe alternative to Kupika.
Pfft, you blatantly copied that off <a href="http://video.yahoo.com/watch/651156/3025838">this video</a>. Urgh. _
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Old 07-16-2008   #25
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It's still an awesome alternative, though :P
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Old 07-16-2008   #26
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Whoa... it was copied? ;O

I feel so... disillusioned. x_x
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Old 07-17-2008   #27
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Bitches don't know 'bout my memes. ;|
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Old 07-18-2008   #28
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Originally Posted by Lyncheh
Bitches don't know 'bout my memes. ;|
Haha. ^^ <3

Same here, 'cept with my OCD. XD -steals Lyncheh's old joke- ??
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Old 07-18-2008   #29
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Originally Posted by Lyncheh
Pfft, you blatantly copied that off <a href="http://video.yahoo.com/watch/651156/3025838">this video</a>. Urgh. _
LOL that is so win xD
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Old 07-18-2008   #30
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Originally Posted by Lyncheh
Pfft, you blatantly copied that off <a href="http://video.yahoo.com/watch/651156/3025838">this video</a>. Urgh. _
Flashblock ftw.

My unrickroll'd record remains! Bwaha...
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