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yearbook

Post by Kojin » Tue 05.23.2006 7:31 pm

Quick What will you put in some ones yearbook. if they ask you. i need anwers for real. i know this is really of topic but you have to help a brother out. Just post everything you will put.
Test name:Jim
mission: sign Jim yearbook
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RE: yearbook

Post by Sachi » Tue 05.23.2006 7:35 pm

Are you trying to get ideas for a real yearbook, or what? If you could help me out a little bit, I'd help if I can :)

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RE: yearbook

Post by defrex » Tue 05.23.2006 7:39 pm

Dear Jim,

Time spent with you has been a whirlwind of excitement.

Let's not lose touch,
Defrex

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RE: yearbook

Post by Kojin » Tue 05.23.2006 7:47 pm

dont yall put stuff like
2: jim
4rm: Kojin

Sachi if i get more info about this stuff i will give it to you But i suck at stuff like this
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RE: yearbook

Post by defrex » Tue 05.23.2006 8:09 pm

*shrugs* I prefer not to use that kind of slang, other then for sa7iric4l purposes.
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RE: yearbook

Post by Sachi » Tue 05.23.2006 8:15 pm

Okay.... Anyways, if I signed a yearbook it would probably be something like...

Hey, Jim! Great times this year!
Please keep in touch =)
-Sachi

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RE: yearbook

Post by Kojin » Tue 05.23.2006 8:20 pm

Woah, That is nice sachi, Simple and yet a way for me to give my number to girls. You are a genius. =)
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RE: yearbook

Post by Kojin » Tue 05.23.2006 8:20 pm

that is good for girls but what should i write in a boy yearbook
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RE: yearbook

Post by Gizoku » Tue 05.23.2006 8:41 pm

Hehe so ...
when you have no hair anymore, I will make sure to remind you of the old days.
Gizoku
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Strick the bell and bide the Danger,
Or wonder till it dives you mad,
what would have happened if you had"

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RE: yearbook

Post by Kojin » Tue 05.23.2006 8:54 pm

nice
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RE: yearbook

Post by hamsterfreak4evr » Tue 05.23.2006 10:47 pm

well i dont know if you have this, but a lot of schools near me (in USA) like to say "HAGS!" as in Have A Great Summer.

very annoying after the millionth person.

i like to write funny things like inside jokes :)

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RE: yearbook

Post by laurenkendall » Thu 05.25.2006 7:00 pm

heh...... every single signature in my middle school yearbooks says HAGS, along with something like, "gee, Lauren, it was sooooo fun having you in my block class! let's keep in touch! like, yeah!"
The HAGS disappeared once I got to high school, thankfully, but the signatures still arent all that great. Yearbook signing is basically when everyone writes nice things in the yearbooks of people they normally wouldn't ever speak to.
jyan-ken POI!

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RE: yearbook

Post by Seijiro Hiko » Thu 05.25.2006 8:01 pm

I liked Defrex's answer but whatever.

How about:

Hey Jim, remember that time we made beef stew out of lemons? Great times. I'll be seein' you man. -Seijiro Hiko

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RE: yearbook

Post by kanadajin » Thu 05.25.2006 8:45 pm

Woah, That is nice sachi, Simple and yet a way for me to give my number to girls. You are a genius. =)


Seijiro Hiko, I agree with you, sachi's was basically what Defrex said.

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RE: yearbook

Post by TrilinguisT » Thu 05.25.2006 9:32 pm

well, if you've spent alot of time with them, you should have much to write about

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