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Discussion in 'Friends and Family' started by beaker, Aug 7, 2010.
Interesting. I suppose my hair is a little shaggy like Bill's in this picture.
You need to upload an image from your computer to a hosting site like photobucket or imageshack. Then click the thing that looks like a tree on the reply box and enter the DIRECT LINK for the picture
To further help get this thread back on track, I just realized that I never did show off any of the ghetto/bling-bling/gangsta-esque SST shirts that I constantly get comments on, so here they are... and please forgive my scruff, I've been too lazy to shave lately, and please forgive my acne, insurance is screwing me over on dermatology right now...
And this will probably make me the envy of a number of Muppet Freaks, I got it at, of all places, a nerd store (y'know, anime, video games, D&D, that sort of thing):
Those shirts are marvellous Snowth. Your Sesame Street lamppost is cool indeed. It's great to also get a glimpse of Steve and your other puppets my friend.
Woah, you sound older in your posts. (Wiser) Which is a good thing!
Heh, that's an improvement from years past where people always used to tell me I was really immature and needed to grow up.
Not here, in real life.
People say that to me a lot. (Only because I love the Muppets)
Dude, you should keep the scruff
Such people have no idea what they're talking about. Puppetry is a work of art to be enjoyed by all ages and Jim was a master puppeteer who soared to record height acheivement with his Muppets.
And by the way Sarge thank you for the information on posting images. When I get some spare time I will try it out.
That's an unfortunate association with being a Muppet Freak, that's something you have to put up with a lot, especially if you're in school: "Nyah-hah! You like the Muppets? The Muppets are for babies! You're a baby! You're a baby! Nyah nyah-nyah nyah-nyah-nyah!"
And lol Sarge, last time you said I didn't have the right kind of face to pull off scruff.
Most kids are cool with it, but then there are those few kids who feel the need to make fun of you for it. I'm used to it.
I seriously do not remember telling you that. Maybe it was the angle of the picture or something...but in those pictures it looks good
I changed my mind then
Why did I ever get rid of that goat'? I mean seriously, everybody liked it, and I did too... I really ought to grow it back.
You would totally rock a cute lil soul patch!
and AWESOME Sesame collection. Yeah, loving the lamppost!
You look a little like Bigg Vinny from Trailer Choir
Never gotten that one before, but then again, I've gotten a lot of different ones over the years...
I've gotten (very young) Jim Carrey (don't see it)
Radar O'Reilly (needless to say)
Philip Seymour Hoffman (I guess I can see it)
"Someone I know..." (hasn't everybody gotten that at one point or another)
I guess I can see some resemblance to Bigg Vinny, lol.
And wow, who knew so many people would be telling things like "Keep the scruff", "Work a soul patch", "Grow a mullet", etc. XD
With Swamp Thing, pictured in avatar. (A year ago)
From a few days ago. All serious n bull.
There ya go. Woop.
(to Snowth) You look exactly as I pictured you!
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