Let´s see those faces people.

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Are you the Hulk!? With like a really bad face bruise or something? :p

Oh sure, hair style competitions....now that i've embraced my male pattern baldness by saving my head. There was a time when i looked pretty much like Afronewtkeeper...why didn't we have competitions then, eh? eh?
I demand a beard contest be carried out!


xDDDD I can't stop seeing it now. That reminds me i have quite a lot of british stuff just waiting to be watched. Hmmmm...that makes me very happy....:)

The beard contest will be carried out, on your orders. But I think I already know the top three.....;)
 

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Me hiking today :D
 

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Okay then....

These are some of me. I just had to get one with my beautiful little girl Pascal.
Those are the eggs she just laid the other week in the tupperware floating at the top of the tank. I must say it is very exciting, yet slightly nerve racking, to be taking care of newly hatched larvae. But I love it. =)
 

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Winner.

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The beard, the hair, the shirt, it just works, if you know what I mean.
 

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Ok I guess I'll revive it this time with a pic :rolleyes:.
First one is of my dog ( her name is Maggie May ). Who can resist that face? Everyone when she starts jumping 3 feet straight up ( no seriously she does! ).
And another of me :frog:. I hate this pic but oh well :rolleyes:. And one more of me after hiking in the rain, in side a large stump ( I found lots of Tailed Frogs on that hike! ).
Continuing the animal sefie thing, my rat Rimmer and i
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Here ya go. Black dress/red spots, not red dress/black spots. Concentrating very hard on not messing it up...
 

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That picture reminds me of the 80's band Strawberry switchblade! I still have three polka dot shirts that I got from Kensington market back then that I still wear, I always knew they'd be cool again some day! :)
 

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I kinda don't blend in here in Japan :alien:
 

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That picture reminds me of the 80's band Strawberry switchblade! I still have three polka dot shirts that I got from Kensington market back then that I still wear, I always knew they'd be cool again some day! :)

Totally cool.

We had three vocalists in polka dot dresses, swooshing about the place. I didn't get a swooshy dress but at least I had the dots ;)
 

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Here are some photos of me & my snakes - M. bredli and A. maculosa.
 

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Totally cool.

We had three vocalists in polka dot dresses, swooshing about the place. I didn't get a swooshy dress but at least I had the dots ;)

Maybe I could join the band? I could play the spoons or something!
Here's my audition picture, it's 21 years out of date but i still have the shirt. The newness has worn off slightly though, like it has me. ;)
 

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Maybe I could join the band? I could play the spoons or something!
Here's my audition picture, it's 21 years out of date but i still have the shirt. The newness has worn off slightly though, like it has me. ;)

Spoons and triangle, perhaps? Maybe a little cowbell if you're feeling frisky and have The Shirt on.
 
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