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Nalaniel wrote:

She's obviously a goddess. It is impossible that a mere human reaches such perfection on both the mental and physical plane of existence. We must praise her and build a shrine to showcase her immense power!




The Prince's power level is relative to your worship.
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Sir_jamesalot wrote:

The Prince's power level is relative to your worship.


Thank you.

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PeripheralVisionary wrote:

First of all, she's smart. Second of all....she's flipping hot!

No, there's no photos. Why is there someone so perfect in our midst? Is she a designer baby? God's gift to mankind? Or is she a robot?

She's clearly not human.



Why are you Pedophile?

Got my eye set on you! :|

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I like your new profile picture, its like you're staring at me! Are you in love with me PrinceJudar? -grins-


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I like your new profile picture, its like you're staring at me! Are you in love with me PrinceJudar? -grins-




I'm usually annoyed by roleplayers, but I quite like you.
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I like her well enough. Despite hating Ivory tower types. But I still prefer a girl who isn't afraid of a little blood and dirt.
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Posted 5/19/16 , edited 5/19/16

JanusCascade wrote:
I like your new profile picture, its like you're staring at me! Are you in love with me PrinceJudar? -grins-




You are mistaken good Roman as I already have my beloved PrincessJudar.

Ranwolf wrote:

I like her well enough. Despite hating Ivory tower types. But I still prefer a girl who isn't afraid of a little blood and dirt.

How strong is a kingdom without both its valiant knights and fortified rooks?



You're right though, I certainly ain't one for a life of blood and grime. Dirt more so--although that may be strangely said.
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Posted 5/19/16 , edited 5/19/16

PrinceJudar wrote:


JanusCascade wrote:
I like your new profile picture, its like you're staring at me! Are you in love with me PrinceJudar? -grins-





You are mistaken good Roman as I already have my beloved PrincessJudar.




You and PrincessJudar are the same person! -winks-

Like I said in the picture down below, There only can be one person playing Princejudar and PrincessJudar!




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PrinceJudar wrote


How strong is a kingdom without both its valiant knights and fortified rooks?



You're right though, I certainly ain't one for a life of blood and grime. Dirt more so--although that may be strangely said.


Fairly weak actually admittedly. But you didn't strike me as a manual labour type of person but hey I've been wrong before. A life of blood and grime isn't all that bad. At the end of the day you know you've made a difference, and you never get a better night's sleep because of it.

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Posted 5/20/16 , edited 5/20/16

JanusCascade wrote:You and PrincessJudar are the same person! -winks-

Like I said in the picture down below, There only can be one person playing Princejudar and PrincessJudar!




I suppose it appears that way.




Ranwolf wrote:
Fairly weak actually admittedly. But you didn't strike me as a manual labour type of person but hey I've been wrong before. A life of blood and grime isn't all that bad. At the end of the day you know you've made a difference, and you never get a better night's sleep because of it.

Nah I'm definitely not the manual labor type. The most that will happen is having a bookshelf collapse on me or accidentally electrocute myself. Then again, my legs are constantly covered in bruises from my overly exuberant thinking. That's probably how I will die, lol.

It certainly is both respectable and contributive. I don't think it's a bad way to live, just not my way. I think it is more of a disservice to not fulfill the role we are most capable. A variety of roles have always been what comprised human societies, which is why we tend towards 'specializing' (a remnant of our tribal history).

It's normal to look for shared traits in a mate. I know I did.
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Its not so much your intelligence but your egocentrism ( and edginess) and politics that draws ire. I have yet to see a feminist response to your challenges. It would be an interesting read.
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Its not so much your intelligence but your egocentrism ( and edginess) and politics that draws ire. I have yet to see a feminist response to your challenges. It would be an interesting read.


I have ego, no doubt, but it's all in good humor. Auroraloose is a feminist, and she's cool. I may not like or agree with feminism, but that doesn't mean I don't acknowledge and respect other rationally minded people. Much of my personal disdain of feminism has less to do with concept and much to do with its emotional drive. I don't have to agree to respect others. If anything, it helps challenge my ideas when I meet intelligent individuals I may disagree with, and that is more than welcomed if not enjoyed. I didn't get as far as I did cowering from challenging my ideas.

It's not like we're going to get at each others throats because we disagree with one another. I will surrender my ideas should they not hold up to a better argument. I find it easy to get along with those that are more rationally minded, because being wrong is often more of a delight than a defeat. That's why it appears so cordial.


Posted 5/20/16 , edited 5/20/16

PrinceJudar wrote:


Yume_Mirai wrote:

Its not so much your intelligence but your egocentrism ( and edginess) and politics that draws ire. I have yet to see a feminist response to your challenges. It would be an interesting read.


I have ego, no doubt, but it's all in good humor. Auroraloose is a feminist, and she's cool. I may not like or agree with feminism, but that doesn't mean I don't acknowledge and respect other rationally minded people. Much of my personal disdain of feminism has less to do with concept and much to do with its emotional drive. I don't have to agree to respect others. If anything, it helps challenge my ideas when I meet intelligent individuals I may disagree with, and that is more than welcomed if not enjoyed. I didn't get as far as I did cowering from challenging my ideas.

It's not like we're going to get at each others throats because we disagree with one another. I will surrender my ideas should they not hold up to a better argument. I find it easy to get along with those that are more rationally minded, because being wrong is often more of a delight than a defeat. That's why it appears so cordial.




Mmkay. I meant elsewhere though also, Cr after all is a small pond for such a big fish. But these is no hard feelings between us I hope I'm too cool to hate, myself.
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