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Author Topic: The man who hides in his photographs.  (Read 1711 times)

Offline Suzy


 
        

Offline Eevee

Re: The man who hides in his photographs.
«Reply #1: December 16, 2009, 06:02:20 PM»
That's pretty neat o:

Offline LSD

Re: The man who hides in his photographs.
«Reply #2: December 16, 2009, 07:11:26 PM»
i've seen that before stumbling.. haha, i love how she says the demolished city was 'raised to the ground.' ... idiot. for a moment i thought they were talking about banksy for a moment before they flashed into what the stuff actually was.

Offline binkari

Re: The man who hides in his photographs.
«Reply #3: December 17, 2009, 12:32:43 AM»
i've seen that before stumbling.. haha, i love how she says the demolished city was 'raised to the ground.' ... idiot. for a moment i thought they were talking about banksy for a moment before they flashed into what the stuff actually was.

Usually when something is razed to the ground, it's pretty much demolished.

Offline LSD

Re: The man who hides in his photographs.
«Reply #4: December 17, 2009, 02:15:12 AM»
i've seen that before stumbling.. haha, i love how she says the demolished city was 'raised to the ground.' ... idiot. for a moment i thought they were talking about banksy for a moment before they flashed into what the stuff actually was.
well, pardon me for mistaking two words in english that when spoken sound exactly the same, but mean different things.
Usually when something is razed to the ground, it's pretty much demolished.

Offline Morgan

Re: The man who hides in his photographs.
«Reply #5: December 17, 2009, 12:33:18 PM»
i've seen that before stumbling.. haha, i love how she says the demolished city was 'raised to the ground.' ... idiot. for a moment i thought they were talking about banksy for a moment before they flashed into what the stuff actually was.
well, pardon me for mistaking two words in english that when spoken sound exactly the same, but mean different things.
Usually when something is razed to the ground, it's pretty much demolished.

dictionary.com, brah. use it before you make an ass of yourself

Offline Suzy

Re: The man who hides in his photographs.
«Reply #6: December 17, 2009, 06:20:17 PM»
i've seen that before stumbling.. haha, i love how she says the demolished city was 'raised to the ground.' ... idiot. for a moment i thought they were talking about banksy for a moment before they flashed into what the stuff actually was.
well, pardon me for mistaking two words in english that when spoken sound exactly the same, but mean different things.
Usually when something is razed to the ground, it's pretty much demolished.

dictionary.com, brah. use it before you make an ass of yourself

I would have made the same mistake myself...

Offline LSD

Re: The man who hides in his photographs.
«Reply #7: December 17, 2009, 07:14:39 PM»
i've seen that before stumbling.. haha, i love how she says the demolished city was 'raised to the ground.' ... idiot. for a moment i thought they were talking about banksy for a moment before they flashed into what the stuff actually was.
well, pardon me for mistaking two words in english that when spoken sound exactly the same, but mean different things.
Usually when something is razed to the ground, it's pretty much demolished.

dictionary.com, brah. use it before you make an ass of yourself
or just making a passing comment. :]

Offline Hugo

Re: The man who hides in his photographs.
«Reply #8: December 17, 2009, 07:47:36 PM»
Quit being ass smellers, all of you.

Except Morgan, she can't help it.

Offline LSD

Re: The man who hides in his photographs.
«Reply #9: December 17, 2009, 09:27:12 PM»
Quit being ass smellers, all of you.

Except Morgan, she can't help it.
i'll smell your fucking ass, hugo. >/

IPGD

Re: The man who hides in his photographs.
«Reply #10: December 17, 2009, 10:41:42 PM»
oh dear is it just me or is it getting hot in here