Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Chemical22, Mar 4, 2014.
Just ordered a 2X4X6 rubik's cube. Super stoked.
New personal best! 22 Valentines days in a row with no one to celebrate with
Think I'm at 12
I turned 24 on the 4th of februari but I had valentines yesterday for the first time, want me to post a picture?
23 beats 22, you win
yeah, nothing for 23 years but now I got two models for valentines.
@IMAGIRL @PurpleTop I present to you, my valentines:
Infantry tank Mark III; Valentine II. I only put skirts on one of them. sexy no?
might as well show you the other additions to the soviet motor pool, here's a Gaz76B jeep and 3 T70's
and my Panzer IV ausf G have trippled:
The tigers are still a bit confused, I think of adding stripes:
of course I promised a rhino, so here it is together with a 251/1 ausf C halftrack and one of the 234 variants with a Pak40
Never leave home without a 232 ,an armoured munitions carrier ( based on PZ I) and a 250 observation vehicle though.
I... I can't see. The tears. It's to beautiful.
no, they are camouflaged. I'm sorry I shouldn't have used that wall and that piece of grassy field. It does illustrate why they switched to yellow to replace the old panzer grey.
They? I saw a field. Your telling me there was stuff there?
is that your back?
Human backs have hairs and pores where cream/brown colloured walls do not. Have you never met another human?
Also my camera is bad.
some backs are hairier than others... don't be shy.
I don't know if it is the cream colloured wall or the small square of fake moddeling grass you are confusing with my back but I laughed so it's okay
Pretty sure it was a reference to the Owl. Either way. I giggled too.
can't let you win.
@Geressen thanks for the valentines! you made my day bae <3
In other news, I had a couple interviews today, and one more tomorrow.
One of the questions they asked me was "What is your favorite type of candy?"
I replied "The type that gets me a job."
wrong, it's anything sour or cinnamon flavoured, or you have no soul.
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