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Zerimar Nyliram

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  1. I only have Facebook and Instagram, mostly to keep in touch with people and to blog. I'm more active on Facebook than I am on Instagram. Also, has the censor been lifted? Let me try: fuck. [edit] Woo-hoooooooo!
  2. Epiphany: What if the kid who's getting nothing for Christmas in the song is the same kid who wants his two front teeth? The one year his parents are simply punishing him with no gifts, and the following year, despite promising to be good, he continues putting tacks on teachers' chairs and breaking bats over people's heads, to the point where his father finally has enough and knocks his teeth out? And then, it could be that his life is on a downward spiral from there, and he becomes a rapist later in life in "Baby, It's Cold Outside."
  3. My dog is sitting with his sweater half-off and bites me when I try to take it all the way off. Little shit.
  4. Man, that sounds awful. I hope it gets better soon.
  5. No "that's-what-she-said" jokes, please.
  6. Where do you go, my lovely? Where do you go? I want to know, my lovely. Where do you go?
  7. I find that as I get older, and as the people around me age with me, gift giving is more arbitrary than anything. I don't really care what I get (though a cool present is always welcome), and neither do my family and friends. They, like myself, are appreciative of the thought that goes into it. With that said, we don't tend to really tend to think about what presents to get until December. Although I would like to buy a new gun safe for my father.
  8. In other words, you don't know what to say because, deep down, you know I'm right and are too proud to admit to being in the wrong. I think at this point I'm arguing with your ego. But if you want to talk stereotypes, the victimhood mentality you exhibit is just about everywhere now, so if one of us is a stereotype, it definitely isn't me. Stop playing that ****ing annoying victim card. Nope, never saw any of that, or at least didn't take note when I did. I've used female avatars before and was annoyingly mistaken for a woman for my first few years here on account of my user name. And I didn'
  9. I don't know. Pacified, maybe. You seemed more agreeable after Brando's post. By the way, I wasn't even cognizant of the fact that you were a woman at the time when I was "mansplaining." My activity on Nightly has only spiked in the last year or so, and I'm only on a first-name basis with one other member (two if you include someone who stopped posting in the mid-2000s). I'd probably taken note of your gender identity before, but hadn't committed it to long-term memory. Then Cerina comes in like, "She's a woman! You are an asshole, women hate you, whaaa, whaaa, whaaa!" I go, "No, Cerina, y
  10. Again, circumstantial evidence. You really would not make a great detective. You were being intentionally offensive after I was unintentionally offensive. I called you out on it--rather politely, in fact--and you called me sexist because what I said happened to be directed at two women. The two level-headed posters come in here, make some sense, calm me down, calm Iceheart down, and you're still acting like victim. It couldn't be because they were, oh, I don't know, nice about it and you were a dick? You see the world in penises and vaginas, and people like you are the most annoying persons o
  11. Awesome, dude! I had a vintage Enterprise model when I was a kid that my dad and I put together. This was in the early '90s, and I want to say the model was from maybe the '70s?
  12. I pop in and click around. It's how I do things, and it probably always will be. If I catch someone's crisis thread, I'll post in it; if I don't, I won't. By the same token, I know that not everyone is going to see my crisis thread nor feel inclined to reply to them, and I am neither offended nor hurt by that. It's not objectionable advice that sets me off: it's assumptions and accusations. I think my threads clearly reflect that. If there's advice I don't particularly like or think won't help me, I simply ignore it or try to take certain portions from it that are applicable. I didn't know t
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