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14 years 4 months ago #13848 by Morgana
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I like skulls as decorations (ceramic ones, or in pictures, etc.) and I have a few t-shirts with skulls on them. I don't like to find animal bones outside though, because it reminds me that some poor little critter has died. I know it's the natural cycle of life, but I don't need to see it, thanks.

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14 years 3 months ago #14538 by NIFER
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I really like the theme of skulls. Always looking at the skull (whether on jewelry, or clothing), I remember that we are all mortal, and nothing is eternal under the Moon. Also, I remember Amzer's Messiah, acts of justice and retribution - to each according to his merits.

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14 years 3 months ago #14545 by Thurysaz
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I know that I can look at a skull for long minutes (or more) without being bored.

Mes hommages.

T.

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14 years 3 months ago - 14 years 3 months ago #14578 by vampirelycanthrope13
Replied by vampirelycanthrope13 on topic Re:Skulls.
I think pictures of skeletons in books and skeletons of creatures in museums are fascinating, however i own very few things with realistic skulls on them. I have some stuff with more cartoony skulls on them, but for some odd reason for me personally the realistic ones are a bit too far, and don't go too much with my style anyway.
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14 years 3 months ago #15022 by iHauntTheSepulchre
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I've got a whole collection of all sorts of animal skills I've found. My favourite is the kangaroo, but my most impressive is the sheep's skull complete with jaw.

Death's kiss was soft as rose petals...

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14 years 3 months ago #15185 by Zilknitha
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It's one of those werd things in life, in order to preciate the middle ground you have to visit both extremes. The skelingtons (appologies for spelling) of all creatures fassinate me from an enginering point of view, of how it all fits together and how it moves. And that fact(as said before) that we only ever see the bits on the outside. I still have the x-ray of my hip and leg bones as the feeling i get from looking at it is so strange, i know its my body but the different veiw point really alteres things.

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