Thanks! Not much is up. I moved to Phoenix a few weeks ago kind of as a vacation. It's nice not having any obligations for a few weeks before I run off to school again :D.
What's up with you? A Link to the Past is probably my favorite Zelda game btw. It was the first one I ever played!
Nothing much. Just chilling at my mom's for awhile and then going for pizza later.
As to my username, it's actually an allusion to me and my boyfriend cause we're on opposite coasts (me on the west and him on the east) for now, but thank you all the same.
My favorite game atm is TP, but with what we've seen of BotW thus far (read: Link in his boxers) I wouldn't be surprised if that becomes my new favorite.
Nice. Sounds like fun
Separation must be tough. I lived on the west coast basically my entire life, but now I'm moving the DC. I can't wait! Where are you located on the west coast?
BotW looks like an amazing game! Unfortunately, I don't have a WiiU, and I probably won't be getting the next Nintendo system anytime soon. I might have to wait a while to play it haha
I'm in California. What about you?
You and my boyfriend both. He doesn't have a Wii U either...but I do. I got it a few Christmases ago because of HW...or rather, because of a certain piece of DLC *for* HW.
I have a bit of a Link complex tbh, if you hadn't noticed.
I love your username, okay? What's up?
I'm sending a VM to all Scottish ZUers whom have made a recent post. Why? Just because I love sending a good laugh:
[url=http://satwcomic.com/the-world/scotland]Scotland Webcomic - Scandinavia and the World[/url]
You're welcome! Welcome back!
Well then, it's great that you are back.
Welcome back, then^^ It's been a busy period for many of us, I think.
Happy Birthday to you!
Happy B day!
Happy birthday. I hope you're having a nice day
We had it since [FONT="Franklin Gothic Medium"]2005[/FONT]. I was supposed to graduate in [FONT="Franklin Gothic Medium"]2007[/FONT], but I extended for two years (I don't wanna talk about it).
I have graduated in [FONT=Verdana]2009[/FONT].
I see, Biochemistry was just a subject I took in my studies (which is Bioinformatics).
That's awesome. I'm sure it's good to see how people write in different ways on forums too.
Wait, are you studying Biotech or is it Medic?
Oh man. I came back in May with 45 posts. It's crazy how much things change in half a year lol.
Good luck for your final semester. What field of study is it?
Hi, dude. Are you a Uni student?
I apologize for my lack of knowledge about you. D:
The only thing I know about you is that you seem to like ponies, so I'm going to base my characterization of you from an analysis of your post about Hazel Nut (aka Hazel-rah). You seem like a hipster by sporting the word "homie," and your punctuation is remarkable. You seem like a pretty gregarious online acquaintance. You prefer brevity, as opposed to permanence, indicated by your last, incomplete sentence lacking a subject. :P[/QUOTE]
That was brilliant. You are brilliant.
Let's be friends.
Haha, sure thing pal. You too!
Military here, but hoping to take advantage of the college incentives soon enough.
I'm more for practical experience as it is. I'd LOVE to go do some humanitarian stuff in South America or Africa. Good luck with that!
And I have to say that it seems like that medical school would place more value on your practical experience.
I like the signature.
Well, I'm not actually from here, either. I'm in the military, here by choice.
Bangor, literally on the opposite side of the state.
I love your sig!
[QUOTE=WinterRequiem;3877709]All this is crap. May I offer a more intellectual approach to this matter?
[I][B]The True Gentleman[/B][/I]
"The True Gentleman is the man whose conduct proceeds from good will and an acute sense of propriety, and whose self-control is equal to all emergencies; who does not make the poor man conscious of his poverty, the obscure man of his obscurity, or any man of his inferiority or deformity; who is himself humbled if necessity compels him to humble another; who does not flatter wealth, cringe before power, or boast of his own possessions or achievements; who speaks with frankness but always with sincerity and sympathy; whose deed follows his word; who thinks of the rights and feelings of others, rather than his own; and who appears well in any company, a man with whom honor is sacred and virtue safe."
-John Walter Wayland[/QUOTE]
You sir are the best.
Good day! I just wanted to say that I love the picture of Link in your avatar. Very nice choice!