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East Lodge wrote:Immortal doesn't mean non aging. It means non dying.

True- but i also thought she stole the souls of the new players to stay young.... those will always be about so she has nothing to worry about.

PenguinPies wrote:True- but i also thought she stole the souls of the new players to stay young.... those will always be about so she has nothing to worry about.

Oh so that's why I felt dead inside after coming here... and why I lost faith in God

Jk I lost faith in God because I got brainwashed and now I act like a traumatized cat with its whiskers burnt off when anyone mentions religion, but I'm pagan

East Lodge wrote:Oh so that's why I felt dead inside after coming here... and why I lost faith in God

No, thatís from the banana jello cakes being served for dessert, those sap everyoneís will to live.

Drystar wrote:Iíd keep a low profile, Auphelia is making her 12th pass through at the buffet, and itís garlic shrimp hour.

Thanks for the heads-up. If it's already her 12th pass though, pretty sure I can outrun her...

Auphelia wrote:

You are an uncultured fool, then.  Either way, choosing the last answer is my trap for the boring people who think they’re so clever for choosing the ‘meta’ answer.

Do not make their mistake.

Sadly, Israel wasn't in the movie. I like them the best. I would chose the Israeli song over every other country any day.

Australia: Protectorate of UK
Azerbaijan: Part of the Caucasus
Israel: On Mediterranean

Western Fardelshufflestein wrote:Australia:  Protectorate of UK
Azerbaijan: Part of the Caucasus
Israel:  On Mediterranean

Australia: 15000 km away from Europe

Western Fardelshufflestein wrote:Australia: Protectorate of UK
Azerbaijan: Part of the Caucasus
Israel: On Mediterranean

Also.. Azerbaijan and Israel are part of the EBU^^

*googles EBU*
Interesting....
Hamlet: *Is soliloquizing in his corner*

Western Fardelshufflestein wrote:*googles EBU*
Interesting....
Hamlet:  *Is soliloquizing in his corner*

I'm gonna kill Hamlet

Drystar wrote:Iíd keep a low profile, Auphelia is making her 12th pass through at the buffet, and itís garlic shrimp hour.

You keep mentioning garlic shrimp, but I much prefer grilled shrimp.

PenguinPies wrote:Aren't you like Immortal or something witchy like that?

Quite. Youíll never be rid of me, but Iíd rather be beautiful while Iím terrorising you.

East Lodge wrote:Immortal doesn't mean non aging. It means non dying.

Also correct. Every post makes me stronger, more vivacious and filled with vim and vigour!

Land Without Shrimp wrote:No one voted for Britain *before* Brexit. ;) So that's not really new...

I def agree, the voting blocs are highly amusing and I love seeing who does (and doesn't) vote for certain countries. My favourite songs usually tended to be eastern european countries like Macedonia or Hungary haha...never get enough votes sadly.

Eurovision is just fantastic =) =D

No one likes the British.

The Nordic nations are oddly talented, with three of the best songs to win the competition coming from the Swedes alone (Waterloo, Diggy-loo Diggy-ley, and Euphoria).

Honestly you aren't really bad, just stay in a filthy old shed that smells like rancid zombie blood after the sun sets and you're stay safe from Auphelia. Until the rats find you that is.

Melicorium wrote:Roleplay without context is no no!

It was not a RP, but literally what I was doing at the time. I was sitting with my pet eating Fruit Loops while perusing the RMB.

Alice Parker wrote:It was not a RP, but literally what I was doing at the time. I was sitting with my pet eating Fruit Loops while perusing the RMB.

As one does.

PenguinPies wrote:True- but i also thought she stole the souls of the new players to stay young.... those will always be about so she has nothing to worry about.

The only problem is that they barely have enough intelligence for a soul, much less a proper one.

Land Without Shrimp wrote:Thanks for the heads-up. If it's already her 12th pass though, pretty sure I can outrun her...

Thatís what they all say.

I never go hungry.

ahhh!!! save me from proctethia's waves of likes!

The High and Papal Parky of Parkguiness wrote:ahhh!!! save me from proctethia's waves of likes!

He always gets so much likes. When can I talk to you again you won't answer my telegrams.

073 039 109 032 080 111 112 112 121, if you can listen to K-Pop, you can listen to Eurovision. Itís lovely.

My mom literally just made me listen to her read childrenís folk tales to me. >:(

Melicorium wrote:My mom literally just made me listen to her read childrenís folk tales to me. >:(

I experienced something like that with my grandmother

Auphelia wrote:073 039 109 032 080 111 112 112 121, if you can listen to K-Pop, you can listen to Eurovision. Itís lovely.

I suppose the jig is up, the speed at which you figured out I was back is truly frightening, in truth it just means you were probably boredly flipping through the nation results on the poll, but still, the past two weeks have been quite the blur, and I have managed to do so little of even the slightest import for the entirety of them that I have actually managed to convince myself to finally start trying to live on a daily planner of all things just so I can have some modicum of productivity, as for nationstates activity, hopefully that will see some sort of uptick with this new plan as well, I do think it's almost an essential part of my character that every time I try to be active again I fall even further into complete and utter inactivity but nevertheless I'll give it a try, in other news red velvet just had a comeback, though not as a full group, but it's still quite good, ignoring the bizarre uncanny valley facial transformation jumpscare half way through (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ujb-gvqsoi0), red velvet is my second favorite group of all time for a reason, and I suppose after all this rambling I should get around to actually responding to your post as well to which I say: Honestly while I wouldn't turn up my nose at Eurovision if I found it on my plate, I find it hard enough to truly keep up with even just the limited releases of music in Korea in and out of Idol Music, I might poke my nose into a few of the songs listed in the poll out of interest but I'm not going to seriously start listening too much out of k-pop if only for my sanity...

073 039 109 032 080 111 112 112 121 wrote:I suppose the jig is up, the speed at which you figured out I was back is truly frightening, in truth it just means you were probably boredly flipping through the nation results on the poll, but still, the past two weeks have been quite the blur, and I have managed to do so little of even the slightest import for the entirety of them that I have actually managed to convince myself to finally start trying to live on a daily planner of all things just so I can have some modicum of productivity, as for nationstates activity, hopefully that will see some sort of uptick with this new plan as well, I do think it's almost an essential part of my character that every time I try to be active again I fall even further into complete and utter inactivity but nevertheless I'll give it a try, in other news red velvet just had a comeback, though not as a full group, but it's still quite good, ignoring the bizarre uncanny valley facial transformation jumpscare half way through (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ujb-gvqsoi0), red velvet is my second favorite group of all time for a reason, and I suppose after all this rambling I should get around to actually responding to your post as well to which I say: Honestly while I wouldn't turn up my nose at Eurovision if I found it on my plate, I find it hard enough to truly keep up with even just the limited releases of music in Korea in and out of Idol Music, I might poke my nose into a few of the songs listed in the poll out of interest but I'm not going to seriously start listening too much out of k-pop if only for my sanity...

I recommend Masquerade, Fool Moon, Running with the Wolves, Ja Ja Ding Dong, and Double Trouble, if you wonít listen to them all.

From the actual Eurovision, the three Swedish songs Iíve previously mentioned are excellent, Only Teardrops, Toy, Dancing Lasha Tumbai, and Fairytale are some of the best songs that have won or almost won in recent years.

You guys know the book "The Portrait of a Lady"? I'm reading it, and it's very good.

Auphelia wrote:As one does.

The only problem is that they barely have enough intelligence for a soul, much less a proper one.

Beggars can't be choosers and this is what you choose so you must deal with it.

Ingro-karelia wrote:She always gets so much likes. When can I talk to you again you won't answer my telegrams.

am i not?

i thought ive been sending them to you

i would throw a banana at a moderator as punishment but they are my gods so i shouldnt

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