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Old 09-29-2005, 12:01 AM   #11
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This is, of course, war.

...and I photograph so terribly, too....

The 'Imp' is Toirtis-spawn.
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That's funny, even if the species profile is a bit short by AA standards.
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Toirtis the fishmonger!
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ROFL!!!



You photograph good bro, and what a gorgeous imp...
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Old 09-29-2005, 03:01 PM   #15
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You photograph good bro, and what a gorgeous imp...
If by 'good' you mean 20lbs heavier than actual...and looking mildly stunned....

I'll let the imp know....she is terribly vain.
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I mean good like you look fine.....geeesh...
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I agree with revhtree both Toirtis and Toirtis spawn photograph quite nicely :P
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Toirtis, you (and the "imp") look fine to me!
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Very intresting..lol... but what was in the bag??
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toirtis..is kinda cute...
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