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The Story of IFThe story of IF.
My name is Owen. Ive spent the last seven years working on a new web project called internationalfriend, or IF for short. Internationalfriend is going to be a new global Internet community for people between the ages of 13 and 23.
I started on this project in Holland in 2001. Its the country where I was born and grew up, even though my passport says Im English. My mother had died after a long illness and my father bought me the domain internationalfriend.com thinking that it might provide some distraction from the hard time I was going through. Initially, I had no great plans for the website it was more a sort of entertainment for my friends and me. And, as such, it helped me cope with the loss of my mother. However, we did work out a basic concept of what I wanted to create .
In 2003, my father met a lovely Norwegian woman and the following year we moved to Oslo. For me, this was the best thing that ever happened in my life.
The Magic Bra : Chapter 2 - A TG Story
After a long nap, Jeremy finally woke up. He couldn't remember what had happened the night before, the last thing he remembered was that he wanted to try out his new clothes before he went to bed. He was laying on his bed as he tried to recollect his thoughts, and eventually he rose up whilst still sitting on the bed. Jeremy immediately noticed the long strands of dark brown hair that covered his vision, which shocked him. He brushed them off with his fingers, which he noticed were very small and dainty compared to usual. He then remembered the whole bra ordeal, and quickly rose off from bed in search of a mirror. He ran from his bedroom to the bathroom, and all the while he felt extremely weird but didn't dare to look down. He opened the bathroom door and looked at the huge wall mirror. He obviously expected something to be different, but what he saw made his heart race.
It wasn't his reflection in the mirror, It wasn't the masculine French man Jeremy, but rather it was the
A First Baby TGMy loving wife Holly told what she thought was good news, she wanted to have a baby girl. I smiled and rubbed her belly. I started to take off my clothes but she stopped me and told me to wait. I nodded and gave her a light kiss. She gave me this stern look. "Whats wrong, honey?" I asked worried. "You don't act as if your happy that I wanna have little feet pattering across the floor" she replied. I let out a small sigh and explained that I didn't know if I was really ready to be a father. She gave me a light peck on the cheek and told me it would be okay. "I have something that might change your mind..." she said as she handed me this bottle. I looked at it moving it around in my hands trying to figure out why she gave me a bottle. I suddenly had this urge to put the tip of it into my mouth and start sucking. She watched me as I did so, smiling as if she accomplished something big. I looked at her with a worried face not realizing my hands were shrinki
Punctuating Poetry Part OneSome people believe poetry shouldn't be punctuated and others are still taught to put a comma after every new line. So where is the balance? What does one - especially one new or growing in poetry - do? Well, that's simple: a poet must punctuate with purpose!
In order to punctuate with purpose, however, a poet must understand two things: what she wants to achieve with the poem and what a piece of punctuation can achieve in a poem. This means a poet must understand more than the common rules of punctuation; she must know the effect that certain punctuation points can have on a reader or in a text.
This overview tackles punctuation in poetry from a practical standpoint, but it's important to note that while there are "rules" for punctuation, and while there are even some "rules" for poetry, there are no set-in-stone conventional rules for punctuation in poetry. There are schools of thought, and linguistic philosophy runs amuck, but there is nothing definit
Japanese Name Meanings
Genki- energy, healthy, happy, energetic
AI (1) f Japanese
Means "love" in Japanese.
AIKO f Japanese
Means "love child" in Japanese.
AIMI f Japanese
Means "love beauty" in Japanese.
AKANE f Japanese
Means "brilliant red" in Japanese.
AKEMI f Japanese
Means "bright and beautiful" in Japanese.
AKI m & f Japanese
Means either "autumn" or "bright" in Japanese.
AKIKO f Japanese
Means either "autumn child" or "bright child" in Japanese.
AKIO m Japanese
Means "bright boy" in Japanese.
AKIRA m Japanese
Naruto Japanese Dictionary
General Language Notes
1) Insults. Mostly, these come in the form of impolite pronouns. Words like kisama and yarou arent technically dirty names, theyre just very impolite. Occasionally, as is the case with school children, these can become as creative as most American insults, ranging from impugning a persons intelligence to impugning their direct genetic makeup.
2) Plurals. The only way of expressing plural (aside from using numbers) is with a special noun ending. The suffix -tachi is the polite way of doing this; it expresses a group of things. For instance, Bob-san-tachi means Bob and whoever happens to be associated with him by context this could mean all the people sitting at the same table with Bob, all of Bobs closest friends, Bobs closest coworkers, or whatever. The suffix -ra is the impolite/informal way o
Bleach TG Story
Allen was a huge Bleach fan. He owned all the manga volumes in both Japanese and English, had the entire Anime on DVD, and read and imported the newest chapter every week since he started. He loved all the characters, Rukia, Renji, Sado, and especially Ichigo and Orihime. Ichigo, being the strong and capable hero, was his favorite character, besides Orihime. Orihime, in Allen's eyes, was the perfect woman. She was hot. She had curves that most girls would dream of having. She had very thick thighs and a big butt, but most importantly, she had giant boobs. He always loved looking at them, and always wished that he play with them, however he wants, and whenever he wants. He simply adored Orihime, and his room was full of posters of her, both regular pictures and "suggestive" ones.
Allen always wished he could be in the world of Bleach, so he could experience fighting alongside Ichigo's squad and feeling Orihime up close, but alas, since this is reality, it can never happen... or can it?
Bill Kaulitz QuotesNo matter how sick she is or how bad she's looking at the moment, you still see her as the most beautiful person in the world. And if you're really in love, you don't care about all the other girls that are standing in line for you. You don't want another night with any person. You just want her.
We are definitely four good reasons not to have children
You know...being on stage..in front of so many fans, is the best thing in the whole wide world
When Tom and I were young, we could stay up and go out later than most kids our age but we never misused it. I never came back home drunk and threw up on my mothers feet
Always remember, believe in today, believe in tomorrow, believe in yourself, and whatever happens, don't jump."
And the next song is a very personal song. I wrote this one to just give some help. And I just wanted to say, whatever happens... believe in you, believe in life, believe in tomorrow, believe in everything you do, any time. And this is Don't Jump.
I choose red because
DO's and DON'Ts of OCsDOs and DONTs of Creating OCs.
I'm not a brilliant or fantasmically talented writer, but I know a decent OC when I see one. Or at least a non-crappy one.
I think we know how this works. Here we go
1. DO Try to vary your OCs personalities. In the real world, if everyone had the same awesome, flawless character, life would be mind-numbingly BORING. Also, not everyone is nice/horrible/depressed/energetic all the time. (Unless, of course, you want to use that as a flaw.)
2. DONT get too hung up on making profiles for your characters. Profiles are for procrastinators who want to make a fantastic character without getting started on the actual story. I was guilty of it too, before I realised how boring filling out the same form over and over again was.
Try describing them in the story, THEN make notes to help you remember stupid boring details like their star-sign and eye colour so you dont accidentally change them halfway through the st