How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

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Re: How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

Post by Skyswallow » Wed 8th Aug 2012

I was watching my little sister read a Diary of a Wimpy Kid book, and it had some cartoons in. And one of them had the line: "Calm down, son, you're red as a beet!"
*Cough*Beetroot*Cough*
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Re: How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

Post by Battery » Sat 11th Aug 2012

I was reading Game of Thrones, and someone called the Reeds Mudmen x)

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Re: How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

Post by Skyswallow » Fri 17th Aug 2012

I went to a castle yesterday and there was an animation with a donkey in. It acted exactly like Foaly! :D :D :D
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Re: How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

Post by yunyun » Fri 17th Aug 2012

There's this store in Tronto called 'The famous owl of Minerva' 0.o

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Re: How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

Post by BoboParadizo » Mon 20th Aug 2012

I saw TLG at our school library. ^^

Also, one of my friends at school is called Amy too. XD

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Post by Immortal » Tue 21st Aug 2012

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Re: How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

Post by Skyswallow » Tue 21st Aug 2012

I have read (and finished) a psychology textbook, and I was thinking of Arty whilst reading it, and wondering what he'd have to say about it.
P.S, I type Arty not Artemis because I'm too lazy to type the full word :razz:
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Re: How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

Post by LEPreconGirl » Wed 26th Sep 2012

Driving home from band
I saw 'Liva Lane' which I promptly read as 'Livia lane', and 'Sea Trail'- brain went to Liv and Sea XP
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Re: How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

Post by Bang Your Drum » Wed 26th Sep 2012

Butler Ave? Yeah I pass it on my bus ride to class.
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Re: How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

Post by Skyswallow » Wed 26th Sep 2012

In maths class a couple of days ago, we had to make all the numbers from 1 to 20 with 4 4s. Seriously! :D :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

Post by JayJay444 » Sat 29th Sep 2012

I was watching Charlieissocoollike on youtube and there was this character called Arty Blotch. 'nuff said.

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Re: How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

Post by jsreed5 » Wed 3rd Oct 2012

I was talking to Maggie about the Rehdler family and was reminded of a role-play I did on here. Good times, even if I didn't RP for long.

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Re: How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

Post by yunyun » Wed 3rd Oct 2012

While reading an article on the higgs bosOn, they talked about the Large Electron Positron collider, which is also known as the LEP collider

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Re: How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

Post by Cabaline » Thu 4th Oct 2012

In my last lecture we were studying systems with many components of force and the force due to gravity was called Fg. :D

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Re: How were you reminded of Artemis/FG today?

Post by Skyswallow » Thu 4th Oct 2012

It's national poetry day here, so in English we did poems. And the subject was stars. So of course I thought of Benz because sometimes he signs his posts 'Dark Star'. And one of the poems we looked at was really cheesy. Which, for some reason, reminded me of romance ( :? ). So of course that reminded me of our resident romantic as well.
Gallifrey - a Doctor Who fanfiction
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Stars, in your multitudes - scarce to be counted, filling the darkness with order and light! You are the sentinels, silent and sure - keeping watch in the night, keeping watch in the night.

cepele retro petdamìnpasétócó - 'at some point, past!you gets a plant-like thing (that we think is from the future)'

This user will debate you about how important Jean Valjean is (acceptable answer: very), and the distinction between 'antagonist' and 'villain' and how the terms apply to Javert and the Thenardiers.

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