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To Mclarke.
''Any universe wallpaper.here Mclarke, 15 Jan 2004 23:20
simple enough to be understood is too simple to produce a mind capable of understanding it.''

To Nonicname.
last wallpaper.here Nonicname, 22 Nov 2003 02:04
not the first but the lsst and the only one

To Yopwer.
Trapped Yopwer, 09 Dec 2003 18:51
whisper, pull it, scream it off slash it off. burrow deeper, deeper. i see the light...am i in
Narnia. *sigh* trapped in the wallpaper.

To Zen.
*keeps ripping*wallpaper.here Zen, 22 Nov 2003 01:26
like popping bubble wrap.

To Nothing.
wallpaperwallpaper.here Human Resources , 23 Aug 2003 03:11
did you know that some people in Spain use wraping paper to cover their walls?

To Violetstrang.
hey! my old bug is here!wallpaper.here Violetstrang, 12 Aug 2003 07:52
this one is definitly one of my favourites.

To Nothing.
isect pui, 22 Jul 2004 05:07
good enought

To Guitar.
Itchy onewallpaper.here Guitar, 01 Jul 2003 15:21

was borned to be.

To Foreversaved.
Ripwallpaper.here Foreversaved, 18 Jun 2003 16:16
It's so easy to rip. Ah, there's a little nick, can't leave it there, it's ugly, it's marked, it's old, it's flawed. So let's just peel this little piece off or cover it - nobody would ever notice. Oops, too much came off. I guess you'll just have to take the whole piece. Oh crud, the one below it too? How many are there. [Don't let curiosity get the better of you. No! It's not worth it. What's the point?] Tear. Whoops. There it goes. How deep does the rabbit hole go?

www.eternalwaves.shows.it


To Nothing.
Catswallpaper.here Anita, 13 Jun 2003 00:50
You could do wonders with cats.

To Andie.
that...wallpaper.here Andie, 12 Jun 2003 08:12
...is such an interesting thought. ever notice that people almost never use wallpaper anymore? i think i'll bring it back. go me

To Rohan.
Madelines or wallpaperwallpaper.here Rohan, 09 Jun 2003 12:07
How delightful that the cursor helped me to remember the time I moved into an old house on the west coast of canada with vast continental drifts of wallpaper in my bedroom that needed to scraped off. The first layers were geometric and pastel coloured, while the layers from the seventies were thick, textured and brighly coloured. After a while, in different parts, I came down to first papers. They were subtle, floral designs that were sometimes stenciled and then painted by hand. I wanted to keep the different layers, but I admit that I was not as permissive, nor as patient, as I now imagine myself to be. I ended up removing all the beautiful papers, taking the accreted wall down to the plaster. Thank you so much for this.

www.geocities.com/rohanq.rm


To Solemnity.
~ nice ~ Solemnity, 10 Jun 2003 19:50
Your comment is refreshing!


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