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I'm assuming by "immortal" you mean able to choose my age and stay that age forever as well as be unable to die under any circumstances and even if I was pulled into a singularity I would not die.
If my body is injured I'd feel pain, if a part of my body was lost it would be reanimated as it was before.

I'd take it, after a while even the happiness of being with someone would fade or be overshadowed by the pain of so many people I loved or simply befriended being dead.
Maybe one day the earth wouldn't have any other humans.
Maybe eventually I'd suffer the excruciating, unimaginable pain of being hit by a meteorite.
Maybe after thousands of years I'd hate everything around me and want to die. Maybe it'd take longer.
Maybe the earth would somehow be destroyed and I'd drift for thousands, millions, or billions of years in space before I get to another place. Maybe I'd never get to another place.

That's fine though, in the moment of being asked my mouth would instantly say yes.
The negatives of the situation are massively overshadowed by my lust for pleasure now. The consequences of tomorrow are negligible in my mind, you think I'd plan ahead millions of years? **** no.

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My friends and I have this long standing private joke thing where they all pretend Santa is fake. They get so into it, too. They all look so serious and I'm struggling to not laugh.

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Neighbor Neighbor

Waking up to a massive spider with it's unholy demon spawn would scare the everloving shit out of you, <strong>amirite?</strong>

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Bun10 Bun10

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I believe he was introducing Seymour to his welcome, you see, it's rather fancy to word it like that actually. Much like a waiter saying, "Your caviar, sir."

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I actually have OCD, and I hear on a daily basis girls saying "OMG I like, so hate odd numbers" Or " I HATE when the teacher doesn't erase the whole blackboard!" I mean, I don't have anywhere close to a bad case of it, but I don't like people classifying it as a disorder where people don't like odd numbers.

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I personally liked the concept of Twilight. It's interesting. The writing and plot was terribly executed though. I think it could have been a more DESERVING pop icon if it were written more to the level of LOTR or Harry Potter so we could have better seen the world of Twilight and other characters. But then again, I'm not the target market so whatever, right?

I also agree with the Hunger Games comments above. The first were very addicting but the plot seemed rushed as the books continued. I wouldn't say the writing was ''bad'' but too much content was in the second and third books that she missed out on a lot of ''in-between-scenes.''

On another note, the Bartimaeus Trilogy, Darren Shan Saga and Artemis Fowl Saga all had very good concepts and were written very well. It's such a shame they aren't as well known.

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Sometimes it just takes one of those "Holy ****!" moments to bring out the Big Mario in you, <strong>amirite?</strong>

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I found it pretty annoying how he could throw you halfway across the level if he wanted to, but if you tossed him off the side of the mountain he would super-leap back and give you a lecture on playing fair.

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Upon trying to change this one thing, and other things, you would learn;
-how you can't actually change that thing due to the limitations of your power
-how certain countries hate you because of what a predecessor did during a decade that happened before you were even born
-how much political **** you need to kiss despite your country being bigger
-how bitchy a room full of elected, self-important, man-children can be
-how 50% of the country can violently hate you for having different views
-how people can hate you even if you had done something miraculous like saving n orphan from a bus, in fact some will hate you for even saving the orphan at all
-and how awkward it is to have 9 dudes in black suits watch you pee.

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I can't have ** with your personality, and I can't put my ** in your college degree, and I can't shove my fist in your childhood dreams, so why're you sharing all this information with me?

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Yeah, first time I saw you I was walking through Ikea
What would hit me next man, I had no idea
Couldn't leave your side without a simple ''see ya''
So I came up with a great idea

Oh candle, candle, candle
You're much more than I can handle, handle, handle
Your light shines so bright
Throughout my darkest night

Grabbed you quick and inhaled your aroma
Candle, if I could study you I'd get mah diploma

Just knew right there with you in my nearest sight
That I would light you, overjoyed everynight

Oh candle, candle, candle
Our love is quite the scandal, scandal, scandal
I don't care what others say
I want you to stay

You never fight me, nor spite me
Starting to think that our love might be
Just slightly, a little frightly
Candle you plus me, want everyone to see (l)

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Express your beliefs to the same degree as the person you're conversing with. No one can take your beliefs seriously if you're not even sure enough to defend them.

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It's not about being sure for most of us Christians. It's just the sheer amount of negativity that surrounds being a Christian on the internet. You get labelled right from the get go.

I'm a Christian and I'm 100 for gay marriage and abortions. I make it my goal on any website to not shove my opinions or beliefs into anyone's face. I view the Bible in a different way than most traditional Christians and I agree that many Church institutions are corrupt. I never preach to people or judge some one who's an Atheists or any other religion than mine because I know the only thing that differentiates me from them are my religious beliefs. I "believe" in science which means I believe in evolution. I think that the government and the church have no business being together.

I do and think all of this but as soon as I type the sentence "I'm a Christian" I'm labelled as a homophobic idiot with an imaginary friend in the sky.

Also I know Atheists argue that they feel that way all the time in society but I don't think that's any reason to be as closed minded as the religious people they bash.
Two wrongs don't make a right

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MissAwesomeness MissAwesomeness

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Because they're doing it to be attractive.

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Frank_n_Furter Frank_n_Furter

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They don't, they're not even doing it to turn a guy on. Not everything a girl does is to make guys think they're attractive.

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Frank_n_Furter Frank_n_Furter

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Oh and even if it was it would never be amirite?.com because that's not a valid domain name.

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This reminds me of the John Green quote from Paper Towns:
“Did you know that for pretty much the entire history of the human species, the average life span was less than thirty years? You could count on ten years or so of real adulthood, right? There was no planning for retirement, There was no planning for a career. There was no planning. No time for plannning. No time for a future. But then the life spans started getting longer, and people started having more and more future. And now life has become the future. Every moment of your life is lived for the future--you go to high school so you can go to college so you can get a good job so you can get a nice house so you can afford to send your kids to college so they can get a good job so they can get a nice house so they can afford to send their kids to college."

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This can be a great motivational quote. "When the going gets tough, at least your left hand isn't a potato."

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With kissing, it isn't really that easy to make yourself look stupid. With ****, just have your first time be with someone else who's just as inexperienced, so you both can be idiots together and your cluelessness will cancel out.

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Yeah or he might end up trying to put his **** in your belly button.

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How, exactly, does one "earn" the right to decide what to do with their own life?

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Once you turn 75 you become eligible to start working toward a degree in Life. Once you finish the two year program, you get your diploma and can then decide what to do with your life.

In other words, I concede poor word choice.

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