I haven't played in so long.. is this another plushie where you buy
so many then it becomes shiny or no?
Looking for nuggets. Please PP me.
Nugget Trade in GTS so I can get another week of premium.
So I'm thinking about selling my entire dex except for my baby in
my party.. for other currency. PM me if interested.
Well I'm still alive. Just dropped in to say that.
Interaction exchange? Hit the like button and I'll return.
Once my premium is over so is this pitiful hunt.
"When you're depressed you don't control your thoughts. They
Truest words I've seen written.. and explains so easily what I've
tried so hard to explain so many times.
"They say that God won't give you more than you can handle..
Sometimes I wish he wouldn't trust me so much. How much can you
lose and still be who you are?" - Ken Taylor
This song represents my past, my present and my future. I know
everyone takes something different from every song and this may not
be interpreted the same way I view it by you - and that's the
amazing thing about music it speaks to everyone at some point in
their life even if the artist's interpretation and reasons for
writing the song are different than yours they still speak to you
in your own way. (This is why Chester meant a lot to me.) But here
is my song. I chose the acoustic version because it lacks the one
cuss word and you can understand the lyrics clearer. I hope you
Worst advice given in all of history?
"Follow your heart."
No dummy never follow your heart it begs to be broken.
“Thoughts are the shadows of our feelings -- always darker, emptier
― Friedrich Nietzsche
“It was when I discovered that there are two kinds of death. There
is ceasing to exist, usually accompanied by a funeral and loved
ones in mourning. And then there is emotional death born out of
necessity and measured solely by the absence of grief it causes:
the turning off the lights of oneself in order to shut down the
feelings of being alive.”
"Loneliness is such a painful, frightening experience that people
do practically everything to avoid it."
- Frieda Fromm-Reichmann