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#21 thang1thang2

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 18:19

In an (d)evolving language where 'awesome' has now become a mild expression of approval, mastery means you figured out which end of the pen goes on the paper.


Awesome, broski, that grammar, like, right there that you, like, just used was just, like, uhm, like just so stupendously fantabulous and, like, totally amazing! Yo. B)

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 18:50

In an (d)evolving language where 'awesome' has now become a mild expression of approval, mastery means you figured out which end of the pen goes on the paper.


Awesome, broski, that grammar, like, right there that you, like, just used was just, like, uhm, like just so stupendously fantabulous and, like, totally amazing! Yo. B)


...and no, I can't get you Scarlett Johansson's cell phone number.

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#23 thang1thang2

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 19:17

...and no, I can't get you Scarlett Johansson's cell phone number.



Awww...

That's okay, I don't think my girlfriend would allow me to own such a phone number, anyway. :roflmho:

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Posted 21 February 2013 - 16:40

Rather than post a new topic on such a similar topic (but without "jacking" your thread WOBentley), I too am looking to learn a different style. I also really like the top line of Crewel's review of Iroshizuku Tsuki-yo but I'm looking for a cursive set of capitals that easily join to lowercase letters and that can be written with a nib such as a Sailor fine. I'm happy with the lower case cursive I adopted from here. I've found some cursive Russian similar the style Immoteus used in his [url="[url="http://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/index.php?/topic/62598-pilot-ajisaihydrangea-brief-review/page__p__603381#entry603381"]Pilot Ajisai ink review[/url].

TIA for any help!

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