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The Speaking Sisyphus Stone

Itane? Tua mater!

Seaslug of Doom
14 October 1960
I think the two reasons I'm on LiveJournal are:
  1. A desperate need for validation.
  2. It reminds me of the early days of the WWW; clicking from place to place, almost randomly, and finding hidden gems.
If I add you it's likely for one of three reasons:
  1. I enjoy your LJ very much.
  2. You're actually my friend.
  3. I really want to have teh sex with you.
Chances are excellent that it's usually reason number one. If you add me first I will likely add you back, but what are the chances of that happening?

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User Number: 4565225
Date Created:2004-09-17

Navanax Sacratus - the holy seaslug - is known to prefer warmer climes. It can frequently be found in better bookshops sipping cafe mocha and browsing the erotica section, looking for stories involving electrical tape and black vinyl
Strengths: able to leap to tall conclusions in a single bound, powerful temper, has no need for a spell-checker
Weaknesses: oreos, girls wearing glasses, straight black hair, aquiline noses, comma disease
Special Skills: apathy, diplomacy, can speak to animals
Weapons: piercing eyes, a ginormous forehead, a voice made in heaven and a face made for radio
Motto: Itane? Tua mater!

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