Yep it's true
Staralfur, 19 Mei 2003 23:38
Nice little messages
name, 18 Jun 2003 16:32
Staralfur, 01 Mei 2003 07:18
I saw the 107th page. Is this everything? No! What do I do now. Oh yeah, maybe study pehaps.
Staralfur, 01 Mei 2003 06:55
THIS IS GREAT
Staralfur, 01 Mei 2003 06:37
out of everything on the entire site (including the present from Mister), this one feels the eeriest. Nobody, do you still respond to these posts?
Damn, I love this site.
Staralfur, 29 Apr 2003 22:19
It is all those tiny mysterious moments in everyday life---the ones I thought I was the only one crazy and innocent enough to have.
Ah you silly bears!
Staralfur, 29 Apr 2003 22:14
Always keeping us on our toes.
Staralfur, 29 Apr 2003 22:10
I miss our innocence!
somehow I don't think this is depressing
Staralfur, 29 Apr 2003 22:08
I see a soul. Which in turn makes me feel passion. Not even necessarily romantic passion, but passion for the fact that not everyone in the world is an idiot. We are all too anonymous to each other. I like to think that we all connect in breaking through the confines of a word like ''stranger''.
I think you're wrong
Englishbob, 15 Jun 2003 13:52
I beleive everyone in the world IS an idiot.
Staralfur, 29 Apr 2003 21:58
Well when I was a child I went to an evening picnic outside the city library. A wasp was devouring some ham from the sandwich on my plate. I didn't want him to be a robber so I gave him a tiny piece of his own. He flew away with it. He came back. I gave him another piece. Again and again. I dined with a wasp, and never told my mother.
a kindred soul
Sterretraan, 01 Mei 2003 09:41
I once did the same ... feeding a wasp.... but I was in my thirties then... :-)
Staralfur, 05 Mei 2003 22:21
I would still do it today if I had the chance ;)
name, 24 Okt 2003 16:21
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Black Flag, 23 Okt 2006 03:04
I once dined with a bug as well, we snacked on Raid brand insect repellant. When it saw me drinking it in, it had to have some. I did it just to watch that little thing die. No ham for it, I'll tell you.
It is like the Truman Show
Staralfur, 29 Apr 2003 21:50
Little things don't seem to add up. A light falls from the sky? Colors change, and lips aren't in beat with the voice. Perhaps we each live in our own fabricated world.
if you've already picked a bug.