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Mythical beings that are rarely used in stories?
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Fairies are small, elvish kind of creatures. Obsessed with beauty, and other things.

Whilst pixies are.. intelligent light bubbles.

Or wait, pixies are like tiny fairies, who often radiant a shiny light.


Really?
Yeah, I thought pixies were some form of faeries too.
Then I watched the Fairly Odd Parents and discovered that pixies are cooperate pointy hatted middle aged men!
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Posted 6/17/09

candycraver wrote:


AHTL wrote:

Fairies are small, elvish kind of creatures. Obsessed with beauty, and other things.

Whilst pixies are.. intelligent light bubbles.

Or wait, pixies are like tiny fairies, who often radiant a shiny light.


Really?
Yeah, I thought pixies were some form of faeries too.
Then I watched the Fairly Odd Parents and discovered that pixies are cooperate pointy hatted middle aged men!


That sounds like the stereotype of wizards.
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rarely hear about devils
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I don't know if this counts, but...

I remember once, when i was reading some articles about Greek Mythology, it mentioned a creature called an Acephali...

Acephali- headless humanoids.

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Posted 6/17/09

candycraver wrote:

I'm saying pixies.

All you ever see are faeries. I honestly don't know the difference, but I swear there is one.

Peter Pan doesn't count cause it doesn't.


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Nagas- a half human half serpent creature from Hindu myth
Posted 6/17/09 , edited 6/17/09

jvz05 wrote:

I don't know if this counts, but...

I remember once, when i was reading some articles about Greek Mythology, it mentioned a creature called an Acephali...

Acephali- headless humanoids.



Acephali: These creatures look exactly like humans except for one important detail: their faces are on their chests. Some of them do have heads, which they carry around with them under their arm. The Acephali are said to have once been human, but they rebelled against the gods and to punish them the gods removed their heads.

Is this correct? They sound scary yet cool at the same time.
Posted 6/17/09
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Posted 6/17/09

siththomas wrote:


Gaia93 wrote:


siththomas wrote:


Gaia93 wrote:


siththomas wrote:

Black people.


As racist as it might sound, it's true.
And I should know, I'm black.


It is true.


I can't tell if you're serious or trolling, either way I lol'd.


I'm serious.


Hm, too bad.
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Posted 6/18/09

Gaia93 wrote:


siththomas wrote:


Gaia93 wrote:


siththomas wrote:


Gaia93 wrote:


siththomas wrote:

Black people.


As racist as it might sound, it's true.
And I should know, I'm black.


It is true.


I can't tell if you're serious or trolling, either way I lol'd.


I'm serious.


Hm, too bad.


Just kidding.
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If you were attempting to troll me you failed.
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Posted 6/18/09

Gaia93 wrote:



If you were attempting to troll me you failed.


I don't troll.
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siththomas wrote:


Gaia93 wrote:



If you were attempting to troll me you failed.


I don't troll.


Did you not just try and get me to react to your comment being that I'm black?
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Posted 6/18/09

Gaia93 wrote:


siththomas wrote:


Gaia93 wrote:



If you were attempting to troll me you failed.


I don't troll.


Did you not just try and get me to react to your comment being that I'm black?


No, I was just stating an observation.
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