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Joelibris



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I'll be your soul object, babes!
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DanSRose



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RedOrcaMoon, I have a plush Raphael ninja turtle. It was my favorite when I was little (my #2 was a stuffedt white tiger I got at the circus). I keep him warm (under my bed) and safe (under my bed), but I don't look/play with him anymore, unless I'm looking for something under my bed and he's in the way. This makes me sad.

Mine would be my commonplace book, one of the $8.95 moleskin ones from B&N. I keep it perpetually in my butt pocket, unless I'm writing in it. I have worn out the butt pocket in 4 pairs of jeans because of it and now that it's almost done (I mean all the way full and falling apart), I'm getting scared about both what to with this one and should I treat the next one the same.
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mandi



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at the risk of major suckup noob skewerage ...
my beloved copy of "lamb".
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RedOrcaMoon



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DanSRose wrote:
RedOrcaMoon, I have a plush Raphael ninja turtle. It was my favorite when I was little (my #2 was a stuffedt white tiger I got at the circus). I keep him warm (under my bed) and safe (under my bed), but I don't look/play with him anymore, unless I'm looking for something under my bed and he's in the way. This makes me sad.

Mine would be my commonplace book, one of the $8.95 moleskin ones from B&N. I keep it perpetually in my butt pocket, unless I'm writing in it. I have worn out the butt pocket in 4 pairs of jeans because of it and now that it's almost done (I mean all the way full and falling apart), I'm getting scared about both what to with this one and should I treat the next one the same.
*starts to whine* I MISS RAPH!!! Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad I knew exactly where he was and he was always close to my closet door. Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Iwant him back.. now I have to look on Ebay for one plushie of him.
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Rizak the Really Horrible



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MADE TO FEEL UNWELCOME

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Lauren



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Hmm. If I have one, it would most likely be my copy of The Stand in hardcover, or my copy of Boy's Life that's been read so many times it's held together with a rubber band. Could also be my "August and Everything After" CD, but I've had the books longer than I've loved Counting Crows...
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Kitten Poker



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Gah, this feels so over-the-top but my soul object is my car, a 2004 New Beetle in Galactic Blue, Cosmo. He's named for Cosmo the dumbass fairy on "Fairly OddParents." My Beta Male tricked him out with a Kenwood/Infinity MP3 system (I can hook my iPod directly in so I listen to "NewsRadio" on the way to work), complete with an Infinity Basslink sub. Daisies are in the vase and FOP window clings decorate the back window. My tags read FRLY ODD. He's slow but dayum, he's a cutey.

I almost traded him of a 2004 Sunflower Yellow Beetle last May and my heart was sick. I could've had a 150 hp 1.8T but in the end I just couldn't do it. I was crying...the dealer even offered to take the stereo out of Cosmo and install it in the new car but no. It felt like I was cheating on a lover driving that other car.

Okay, something smaller? My 60 gig video iPod. She goes everywhere with me and has a fuschia leather Coach case. But really, Cosmo's it.

So...any repo men Death Merchants?
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Joelibris



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Kitten Poker wrote:
Gah, this feels so over-the-top but my soul object is my car, a 2004 New Beetle in Galactic Blue, Cosmo. He's named for Cosmo the dumbass fairy on "Fairly OddParents."



I'm a dumbass fairy, and I still have yet to see anyone driving around a car nmed 'Joe'
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You know, I think Joe is the perfect name for my little red car. Joe it is.

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y



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I'm a dumbass fairy, and I still have yet to see anyone driving around a car nmed 'Joe'
My first car was named Joe. It was followed by Tammy Faye, Car, Scarlett, and currently, Tucker.

Oh, and back on topic - still no luck on figuring what would my soul object be.

*sigh*
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Joelibris



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My favorite car was a lil red toyota named Ned, cuz when i first got it, it squealed like a pig whenever I'd start him up.
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Joelibris wrote:

I'm a dumbass fairy, and I still have yet to see anyone driving around a car nmed 'Joe'


Hmmm, my car does not have a name.... but considering it is nearly 20 years old, full of holes, and leaks around the window seals I think I will pass on naming it after someone.... No need to insult them.

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Joelibris wrote:
I'm a dumbass fairy, and I still have yet to see anyone driving around a car nmed 'Joe'
Joe, you're not a dumbass.

My favorite car of old was a very early model MGB - early enough that it still had a significant number of MGA parts, which was great on the old budget. It was named 'baro blue'. Not because I named it that, but because the previous owner named it 'baron' and put the name on with stick-on black letters on faux brass backs. I started to peel the name off; got the 'n' first and found the original color of the car was not metallic dark blue. It was robin's egg blue.

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Rizak the Really Horrible



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MADE TO FEEL UNWELCOME

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My first car was a '73 Chevy Impala, shit-brown, and went 0 to 60 in 5.9 gallons.
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