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It's very easy!
to start with here's my Quote
In the age of misery, a long time ago, a very attractively dumb Gerd said talking about life:" whatever!"
and you what would u say?
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Posted 8/6/08
ok i'll try
william shakespeare

A rose by any other name would smell just as sweet
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Hear mine " If barby is so popular why do people by her friends?"
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Posted 8/6/08 , edited 8/6/08
The Legend of Zelda:

"Power has an eye for ambition in the future.
Wisdom has a gift for reading the past.
Courage has a will to act on the present."

...this is my quote, I did not steal it anywhere =/
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Video Games.

"Why do I love games so much? Easy. because the ending will satisfy at least ONE person."
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Posted 8/6/08 , edited 8/6/08
Okay, being as incredibly bored as I am, I decided to create this quote for no reason at all:

"It is said, that the sister deities, the three goddesses, once walked the Realm for a time so that they might enjoy all that they had created. Farore, the guardian deity of wind and music, luck and bravery, took a path through the forests and there met a young Hylian swordsman. They talked for a time and in that brief conversation the deity found herself greatly enamored with the young mortal who was peerless true and courageous, and she found herself quite unable to separate herself from him without first offering him a bit of favor for having so fully captured her admiration. She kissed the boy once upon his off-hand, departed and thought nothing of it.

At the very same time, Nayru, the guardian deity of water and literature, destiny and compassion, took her own path through the great cities of the Realm and wandering the halls of learning met a charming young princess. Together they discussed great works of art and much reading and history and magic and all imaginable things there are for sensible and knowledgeable young women to speak of. Nayru found herself very fond of her royal friend and quite unable to part from her without first offering some token of her undying appreciation for this young woman who had so duly impressed her. She kissed the girl once upon the forehead, departed and thought nothing of it.

At the very same time, Din, the guardian deity of fire and war, capacity and ambition, took her own path through a blistering desert and there met a king thieves. She challenged him to a contest of arms and for a time they battled, fighting for nearly a full day's time until the man was at last cast down – for no mortal truly stood a chance against a goddess. Din, however, found that she could not readily part from his company without first offering him a boon for allowing her the pleasure of such a fine battle and gaining her undying respect. She kissed the man once upon the mouth, departed and thought nothing of it.

They say in this way, the goddesses placed each a piece of themselves in the Realm of mortals. The king of thieves, having tasted power, found that nothing in this world could satisfy his thirst for something more and they say he was driven mad by his lust for it. The princess, having glimpsed into the infinite depth of true wisdom, found that she could no longer be satisfied to live in ignorance and grew to be so wise that the goddesses entrusted to her family a great and powerful treasure. The young swordsman, having been touched by true courage, found he was unable to ignore the darkness inherent in the world and he became one of the most feared heroes of the age."

-The Legend of Zelda Mythos
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