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The melancholy thread

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  • MissDreamy
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    8O 8O 8O 8O 8O 8O 8O

    Perhaps this thread should be re-named!!!!!!!

    I'm absolutely shocked, heh heh.

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    I dont remember being the one with the stained sheets baby.<><><><><><>Next wednesday I want you in just a bra and pantyhose.<><><><><><>And try and fall asleep in that spread eagle position again,that was great.<><><><><><>Why make you wait till wednesday ? I want you flowing like an ocean in anticepation.<><><><><><>Oh yes wednesday I'm pitching a tent already.

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    Get a jazz mag and a tissue matey!

    Originally posted by Incubus
    I knew a girl named Myriad.Ironically we tried a myriad of positions.

    Was that in your dreams then Incurablebus? :lol:

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    I knew a girl named Myriad.Ironically we tried a myriad of positions.

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    Don't forget "myriad"!

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  • MissDreamy
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    Is there a brooding thread.......? I think moodily is another...

    Brooding moodily......hmmmmmm....

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  • A_Non_Ymous
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    Re: The melancholy thread

    Originally posted by Lurue-Blackheart
    I think that also like "sardonic" the word "melancholy" is also used quite frequently in the elric saga. After reading so much M.M, you begin to use Sardonic and melancholy like crazy :)[/b]
    You're quite right. Stuff like this can happen. Perhaps you've noticed the phenomenon
    where reading ANY writer in quantity can cause one to start sounding like that writer --
    at least for a while, until it wears off. Such things can be innocuous or risible.

    Well do I recall the time I wrote a technical paper in computer science while about
    half way through a reading of most of the novels of Henry James. The job of going
    back and editing out the Jamesian longeurs that I inadvertently dropped in was
    enough to make me careful about this sort of thing thereafter.

    LSN

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  • flutegirlrockz
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    Re: The melancholy thread

    Originally posted by Lurue-Blackheart
    I think that also like "sardonic" the word "melancholy" is also used quite frequently in the elric saga. After reading so much M.M, you begin to use Sardonic and melancholy like crazy :)[/b]
    I mentioned this over on the sardonic thread. :)

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  • Lurue-Blackheart
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    The melancholy thread

    I think that also like "sardonic" the word "melancholy" is also used quite frequently in the elric saga. After reading so much M.M, you begin to use Sardonic and melancholy like crazy :)[/b]
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