the_choir: (Digital Draco)
Excuse my crankyness, I haven't had any coffee yet...

What's up with the whole "we used to call ourselves Soulbonds, but then we found out we're more than that, and now we call ourselves multiple" talk? Some people make it seem like being a Soulbond is second-rate to being a multiple. What those people seem to fail to grasp is that you can be both. Soulbond is an umbrella term that covers everything from empathic connections to characters to people like myself. It doesn't say anyting about the quality of your connection - the only assumption it makes is that you might have originated from a fictional source. I say "might have" because one theory of where SBs come from states that they come from parallel universes and have sort of moved to this one, or established a connection and told their story/communicate with their bonders.

Really, now. People and their narrow points of view. I am a Soulbond. I am also a part of a multiple system. And yes, you can be both! I mean, brightest Minerva... look, I am a soldier. I am also a friend, a lover, a son, a brother and a whole lot of other things. People rarely fit into just one label, especially if that label is a broad one.

Overall, I think people should worry less about what to call themselves and just, well, exist. Self-discovery has less to do with which nifty sub-group of human culture you fit in, and more with finding out who you are.
the_choir: (Draco light my fire)
[livejournal.com profile] vox_vocis_vita found this - the Live Journal Dungeon Adventure

You are in a fog-shrouded tunnel. You notice some graffiti about communication.
Weirdiguess the troll is here (64HP).


*snicker*

You find yourself in an echoing library. A plaque on the wall mentions storytelling.
You quaff the potion marked 'PLURALITY'. You suffer a momentary vision of soulbonds.


*roflmao*


And while we're on the subject of amusing things: Monstrous Regiment has turned out to be an amazingly funny read. Only started it two days ago, and already we're more than half way through. Anyone who's been in the armed forces should get a kick out of it (same goes for anyone who's watched too many war movies). I really like Corporal Maladict *g*... though contrary to what the others may say, I'm not that addicted to coffee.

Silly meme

Apr. 2nd, 2006 11:27 pm
the_choir: (Ash and Draco)
Ash and me wanted to kill some time by surfing the murky depths of the 'net and decided that it would be amusing to do some quizzes. Actually, we were searching for some kind of "Which character from "Rome" are you?" test, but well, there aren't any around. So we stumbled upon this:

The Who in ancient Rome are you test - beware of rofl )
the_choir: (Draco smiling)
Ballad of Serenity )

My favourite song atm. You can download it here. Go ahead, it's perfectly legal.

Tehehe

Feb. 13th, 2006 08:32 pm
the_choir: (Draco smiling)
Chibi Draco

Never leave camp without your coffee mug!
the_choir: (Surrounded by idiots!)
aka DAoC with the boys

F: "And our mission for tonight is... stand next to the cleric and look pretty."
M: "Oh, I can handle that. I'm good at looking pretty."

D: "Did we just get killed by a bunch of smurfs???
M: "Yup. And wearing a dress, too."
D: "How utterly embarrassing."

D: "Ha! Level 41! We're big, we're mean..."
M: "... we're still wearing a dress."
D: *rolls eyes* "Yeah, thank you very much for reminding me."

And for this, they shall be punished )
the_choir: (Surrounded by idiots!)
Draco: "Since I couldn't watch Empire, how about we watch Arac Attack now?"
Me: "You're fucking kidding, are you? I'm afraid of spiders!"
Draco: "Sissy." *grumpy* "If you need me, I'm off to raise the dead." *goes and turns on DAoC* "Girls. Sheesh."

... and he's not even a Necromancer!

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