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Happy Holloween

Postby AldenteVonTino » Sat Oct 31, 2009 12:07 am

When you do the best you can it's called a try!
If you don't you need to ask yourself why?
Just give it a thought,
And failure is worth naught.
And then like an eagle you shall fly!
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Re: Happy Holloween

Postby AldenteVonTino » Sat Oct 31, 2009 4:20 am

When you do the best you can it's called a try!
If you don't you need to ask yourself why?
Just give it a thought,
And failure is worth naught.
And then like an eagle you shall fly!
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Re: Happy Holloween

Postby Cristiona » Sat Oct 31, 2009 6:35 am

Blink, you're hardly in a position to complain about anybody else's spelling. Now stop it.
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The churches are empty / The priest has gone home / And we are left standing / Together alone
--October Project: "Dark Time"

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Re: Happy Holloween

Postby Corrupt Shadow » Sat Oct 31, 2009 6:46 am

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I've won the 100k DD bet so many times, I should have the title "Mr. Luck"

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Re: Happy Holloween

Postby AldenteVonTino » Sat Oct 31, 2009 9:36 pm

Blink wrote:H -AAAAAAAA- lloween. hAlloween. Godamit! >_<

Time to meet Aldente's mind:
I personally have no real interest in the day or it's involvements, but knowing it IS an important part of many lives, don't ignore it. Hence I say the greeting, but misspell it thusly, since I hold nothing for it:
Main Entry: 1hol·low
Pronunciation: \ˈhä-(ˌ)lō\
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English holw, holh, from Old English holh hole, hollow — more at hole
Date: before 12th century
1 : an unfilled space : cavity, hole
2 : a depressed or low part of a surface; especially : a small valley or basin

So there you have it, not misspelled, retooled.
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When you do the best you can it's called a try!
If you don't you need to ask yourself why?
Just give it a thought,
And failure is worth naught.
And then like an eagle you shall fly!
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Re: Happy Holloween

Postby Cristiona » Sun Nov 01, 2009 9:49 am

Enough already.
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The churches are empty / The priest has gone home / And we are left standing / Together alone
--October Project: "Dark Time"


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