The "yes, me too" topic

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Re: The "yes, me too" topic

Post by Hiki » January 19th, 2013, 12:49 pm

Okay, I just read this on tumblr and thought I'd share:

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Trendy Cafe Serves Kitties With Every Cup

A new coffee shop in Sydney, Australia has a signature gimmick that cat lovers will enjoy. Every purchase comes with a purring kitty to keep you company while you sip.

“Cats are proven to calm nerves and create a restful atmosphere,” says Ralphie Hazelip, co-owner of The Purrfect Cup. “That’s exactly the mood we want to create. So far, customers love it.”


And also a quote from Ace Attorney which I read there:
"Blacker than a moonless night, hotter and more bitter than Hell itself... That is coffee." - Godot, Ace Attorney.
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Re: The "yes, me too" topic

Post by Dinky » January 19th, 2013, 3:50 pm

The U of M is an awesome place! My Alma Mater! :thumb:
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Re: The "yes, me too" topic

Post by Sakura » January 19th, 2013, 6:57 pm

I purrrrrrrrrrrrrr your back-
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Re: The "yes, me too" topic

Post by oldwrench » January 22nd, 2013, 2:15 am

pets nice kitty, relaxing

We´re in Ecuaor, high in the mountains. I really prefer Cartagena. I´ll be home again in a few more days, then I´ll have a computor with a keyboard that works. I´ll write more then.
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Re: The "yes, me too" topic

Post by oldwrench » January 24th, 2013, 1:02 am

One more day in the beautiful Andes mountains, then back to the flatlands, and the cold.
Tomorrow We go to stand on the equator, they say strange things happen there. It's only welve miles from where we are right now.


Oh, I weigh less here. :thumb:
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Re: The "yes, me too" topic

Post by Sakura » January 25th, 2013, 11:13 am

Yeah the earth is not a ball is it. This is why you're lighter. You like it do you? :gg:

Well I haven't found time to set up your book novel yet. The now company wants 19 Euro for each book if I'm ordering only 12 of them. Not sure if we find 12 people buying the book at all. Hiki is a student with no money which leaves Oldwrench, Z2K and JHK. I assume it's not a good idea to print the book what do you thinky?
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Re: The "yes, me too" topic

Post by Hiki » January 26th, 2013, 9:43 am

Sakura wrote:Hiki is a student with no money
This sums me up perfectly =w=
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Re: The "yes, me too" topic

Post by Dinky » January 26th, 2013, 2:33 pm

You can add me to the list of buyers, but that doesn't help much.
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Re: The "yes, me too" topic

Post by oldwrench » January 27th, 2013, 1:35 am

No need to publish anything, dear Sakura. I don't write all that well, unlike my wild child. I really like the pdf though, I just hope we can add some artwork someday.

If anyone were reading it, I might try to write a shorter second story to close up the loose ends.

We did make it back home last night, after 21 hours of travel, mostly alright. I caught a cold, and the last two landings were miserable for me. Landing at Detroit Michigan, my ears wouldn't equalize, It felt like I had knives stuck in my ears. I wanted to stop and buy some decongestant to try to help the problem on the last flight home, but the plane was 35 minutes late getting to Detroit so we only had 25 minutes till the next flight was supposed to leave, and of course, the plane was at the far end of the airport from where we were. We had to hurry to the gate and they closed the door of the plane a couple minutes after we got in. The landing at Minneapolis was even worse, ears will equalize to lower pressure fairly easily, but not to higher pressure when you land. I really could hardly hear a thing and today my left ear isn't too bad but my right ear feels like its full of cotton and still hurts some. It has popped and equalized, but I think the pressure difference caused it to fill with liquid or something.

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Re: The "yes, me too" topic

Post by Hiki » January 27th, 2013, 6:27 pm

My ears wouldn't pop when I came back from Edinburgh.. It really sucks when that happens D: I hope the feeling goes away soon!
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