Post a picture of yourself, if you dare...

Feb 3, 2018
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You wouldn't happen to roll around on the back of a motorcycle in Brazil, and wear it into the store when borrowing money at gunpoint would you?!

I'm on to you, pal!
I would NEVER ride bitch......... While wearing a helmet. Come to think of it, more people see me in this helmet than actually see my face I bet. But it gives away my evil curly ginger hair. Hence the helmet.
 
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Ailynn

Faith - Hope - Love
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You look really familiar to me. Are you a YouTuber or something?
Oh gosh, no... I'm way too shy for anything like that. The closest I ever got to fame was is the M.U.G.E.N 2D fighting game engine community nearly twenty years ago by doing original animation for "SuperMario", as well as a joke character called "Omega Tom Hanks." :pie_ssmiling:
 
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Oh gosh, no... I'm way too shy for anything like that. The closest I ever got to fame was is the M.U.G.E.N 2D fighting game engine community nearly twenty years ago by doing original animation for "SuperMario", as well as a joke character called "Omega Tom Hanks." :pie_ssmiling:
Get out of here! The exploding Yoshi Hooch dog was your doing? You have no idea how many times I busted a gut at that.
 
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Nov 28, 2012
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Beard and pulled back/ shorter hair FTW.
Keep the beard but trim it shorter
The beard definitely invokes different reactions from people. With it everyone seems to listen intently to what I have to say, without it everyone thinks I just got out of High School. I grow it out if i'm starting a new job, or the rare time when i'm feeling manly.

One of the only pictures of me I care for (I’m notoriously horrible at being in pictures)
God, who isn't? Pictures are brutal. Unless you touch them up and then it just looks bizarre.

Let him be the only one
Trust me i'm definitely conceited enough to have been okay with this.
 
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EviLore

Expansive Ellipses
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Failure, betrayal, disappointment, and despair are all great for building character. :messenger_moon:

People can really suck. But not everyone is a PoS, a liar, or a coward. While you still draw breath, there's usually opportunity to reinvent yourself and shake up your environment and meet new people or make amends with the folks who are worth it, learn something new, read something inspiring, see something breathtaking, or just have a good conversation over a beer if put yourself out there without expectation of outcome and just engage with people on a human level.

I'd wager most of us have been through some shit. Honestly, I don't have much interest in conversation with someone who hasn't suffered or struggled.

A great thing about life is that you can approach so much of it on your own terms if you truly want to. Turn off Facebook and Instagram and all that bullshit posturing. Learn something new. Go somewhere you've never been before. Change your job or career. Find a passion and fight for it. Bring positive vibes with you where you go, even if you have to force it out of you. It'll circle back around enough times to matter.

You're among friends here. :lollipop_fire: