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Bearded_Dragon

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  • Birthday 08/12/1985

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  1. Apart from the forestomach thing they do share a similar phisiology. Also, just like us they will eat their babies if they're deformed...
  2. Just doin' my bit to help out the planet! (should point out I don't eat flies & mozzies, but I do own a fly swatter....)
  3. Counter-counterpoint: I can do that myself, don't need satan's help!
  4. Samesies Spiders were sent by the devil and are horrible horrible creatures.
  5. Oh dear, I knew something was up...Last night I was stirred from my slumber by a crow calling three times. Caw... caw... well you know what a crow sounds like. Passing to my window, I trod on a piece of lego. Oh, it went right in the heel! Turning on my television set, I noticed the reception wasn't great. Not terrible, just not great.
  6. Don't worry, I keep those in my desk drawer...
  7. slightly different drawings, but drawings are definitely there!
  8. I have that same fridge! Well...not the same one, that would be a difficult sharing situation...
  9. Try "The Country of Ice Cream Star" by Sandra Newman - refreshing as it has a strong female lead, although it does have a bit of an altered take on the English language that takes a few chapters to get the hang of. Also, a bit more sci-fi than apocalyptic, but does have dystopian themes is "The Peripheral" by William Gibson, incorporates time travel, future tech and things like that.
  10. Oh, and I just started "What they don't teach you at Harvard business school" - Mark McCormack (because I'm boring) and "World Gone By" - Dennis Lehane (because I love his Coughlin books)
  11. I really enjoyed it, finished this weekend by reading the last half in one sitting (lots of tea!) - it was super enjoyable and I liked that he actually had a lot of different dimensions to it (it wasn't just a geek novel, it wasn't just a dystopian future novel), so yeah, definitely a recommended read! I loved The Martian, the attention to detail is splendid and the humour is excellent. Hope you enjoy as much as I did! How the hell did they come up with the title of Science Fiction Quotations? Talk about obscure!
  12. Finally getting around to reading Ready Player One
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