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    Granted, but the reason you're there so long is because you've broken both your legs.

    I wish my room would clean itself.
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    Ice cream makes everything better. Even Big Brother.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen King
    Both Rowling and Meyer, they’re speaking directly to young people. The real difference is that Jo Rowling is a terrific writer and Stephenie Meyer can’t write worth a darn. She’s not very good.

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    Granted, but now you can't find anything because you don't know where your room put everything.

    I wish Doomwytes would be released sooner.
    "[Major Cuthbert] had a daughter named Petunia, a real beauty, quiet an' gentle. She was the flower of the Long Patrol. Many a young ranker lost his heart to her, I can tell ye."
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    Granted, but it's rushed and is the worst book you ever read, since Brian Jacques didn't have time to do much editing on it.

    I wish all my favourite Naruto couples would actually happen in the anime and manga.

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    Granted, but then Naruto become horribly boring and you don't like it anymore.

    I wish that I like to excerise the perfect amount.

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    Granted, but you don't have time to exercise, and get fat.

    I wish there was no crime.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ferahgo the Assassin View Post
    Ice cream makes everything better. Even Big Brother.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen King
    Both Rowling and Meyer, they’re speaking directly to young people. The real difference is that Jo Rowling is a terrific writer and Stephenie Meyer can’t write worth a darn. She’s not very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzface View Post
    Granted, but you don't have time to exercise, and get fat.

    I wish there was no crime.
    Granted, but now all movies and books are boring.

    I wish there was a machine, that was invisible and that only I had, that could print, on paper, anything I, just me, could imagine, and only what I want it to print. (this isn't impossible to corrupt, but I want to see if anyone can corrupt it well, nothing just exploding)
    Vermin Mishaps! may return, eventually...maybe.

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    Granted, but because it's invisible you're being called a lunatic for thinking there's actually one.

    I wish... I could meet fictional characters.

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    Granted, but you meet Cluny the Scourge, and now you're his slave.

    I wish I could meet you guys in person.
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    Ice cream makes everything better. Even Big Brother.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen King
    Both Rowling and Meyer, they’re speaking directly to young people. The real difference is that Jo Rowling is a terrific writer and Stephenie Meyer can’t write worth a darn. She’s not very good.

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    I'm sorry about what I made you guys think, but I'm really a crazy old cannibal. I'll bet fuzzy-faced people taste the best; I once tried an old bearded guy with gravy and he was really good.

    I wish I weren't a crazy old cannibal, though.
    "[Major Cuthbert] had a daughter named Petunia, a real beauty, quiet an' gentle. She was the flower of the Long Patrol. Many a young ranker lost his heart to her, I can tell ye."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petunia View Post
    I'm sorry about what I made you guys think, but I'm really a crazy old cannibal. I'll bet fuzzy-faced people taste the best; I once tried an old bearded guy with gravy and he was really good.

    I wish I weren't a crazy old cannibal, though.
    Granted, now your a crazy young cannibal. Which means she needs more nuerishment to grow! RUN!!!

    I wish I didn't have school today.
    Vermin Mishaps! may return, eventually...maybe.

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    Granted but now your behind and you can't keep up then you can't go to college and you don't get a job and them you become a begger out on the streets.


    I wish that I had every good wish and nobody could corupt my wishes.

    try to corrupt that.
    "plucky!" "Hello Dashie, I've missed you." "Yeah I've missed you too."

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    Granted, but you get bored with them since no one's trying to corrupt them.

    I wish... That the world is a perfect place. (try that)

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    Edit: Just realized this post was completely skipped over. *grumbles about the people he has to put up with these days*

    Quote Originally Posted by Ferahgo the Assassin
    I wish that my paleontology class had more lectures on vertebrates and less on sponges.
    Your paleontology class now lectures mostly on vertebrates. The teacher manages to make the subject even less interesting than sponges.

    Quote Originally Posted by Safronia_Cedarwood
    I wish... That the world is a perfect place. (try that)
    Your wish is granted, and the world is made perfect. But because you need darkness for there to be light, evil for there to be good, and imperfection for perfection, now that the contrast of imperfection is nonexistent, no one (including yourself) is able to realize that the world is perfect.

    I wish for immortality.
    Last edited by Bladeswift; April 11th, 2008 at 07:44 PM.

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    Granted but You got sick and you would be better off dead.

    I wish that I wasn't scared of skeletons where I could get the next nancy drew computer game. (Legand of the Crystal Skull)
    "plucky!" "Hello Dashie, I've missed you." "Yeah I've missed you too."

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    Now you are able to get the game, but it is broken in such a way that it causes you to develop an extreme fear of Nancy Drew.

    I wish I could eat a candy bar without getting up to go get one or getting fat for lack of a better wish.
    "[Major Cuthbert] had a daughter named Petunia, a real beauty, quiet an' gentle. She was the flower of the Long Patrol. Many a young ranker lost his heart to her, I can tell ye."
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