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Post  Nicky Lubu on Thu Jun 23, 2011 9:08 pm

If you had to choose an esoteric order to join, which one would you choose? and why?
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Post  worlock93 on Mon Jun 27, 2011 1:11 am

Nicky Lubu wrote:If you had to choose an esoteric order to join, which one would you choose? and why?

The Esoteric Order of Dagon because secretly we all want to have sex with fish creatures....did I just type that out loud?
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Post  amandachen on Mon Jun 27, 2011 1:21 am

I'd like to become a Benedictine nun (but still carry on my Satanism, in secret).

EDIT: Let me think of a reason. Well, just because it would be funny.
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Post  amandachen on Mon Jun 27, 2011 2:06 am

worlock93 wrote:
Nicky Lubu wrote:If you had to choose an esoteric order to join, which one would you choose? and why?

The Esoteric Order of Dagon because secretly we all want to have sex with fish creatures....did I just type that out loud?

http://www.darwinawards.com/darwin/darwin1995-05.html


"Fish-Impersonation Deaths On the Rise in Melbourne"

(29 November 1995, Australia) The badly decomposed remains of Neil of Melbourne were discovered in a paddock near Toolondo Reservoir Neil's death was shrouded in mystery, tragedy, and a fish suit.

Local law enforcement officials said the 49-year-old man was wearing a "heavy green plastic bodysuit," constructed from old waterbed material. The suit, from which one could only be extricated painstakingly after unfastening a full-length zipper along the spine, constricted his legs into one mermaid-esque tail. The only openings, aside from the zipper, were two eyeholes.

Neil's garb, enclosing his entire body like a maritime mummy costume, restricted his breathing as well as his movement. He was discovered in this attire, which the Melbourne Fish Costume Bureau stresses was "not approved," less than a kilometer from Toolondo Lake. He apparently had attempted to swim home.

A second yellow-colored suit was found in his garage.

The psychological motivation for Neil's fatal excursion remains unclear. Police have learned that he was taking medications for epilepsy and diabetes at the time, and speculate that his behavior may have had a chemical basis, but locals have their own theories about the aquatic abberation.

"He wanted to be a fish," disclosed one unnamed resident, recalling incidents in which Wilson would swing from a rope while wearing the suit at the lake. Other comments from the Australian community included "bollocks" and "criminey."

Wilson's death brings the Melbourne fish impersonation fatality toll to one, up infinity percent from zero in the previous year.

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Post  Nicky Lubu on Mon Jun 27, 2011 9:05 am

amandachen wrote:
worlock93 wrote:
Nicky Lubu wrote:If you had to choose an esoteric order to join, which one would you choose? and why?

The Esoteric Order of Dagon because secretly we all want to have sex with fish creatures....did I just type that out loud?

http://www.darwinawards.com/darwin/darwin1995-05.html


"Fish-Impersonation Deaths On the Rise in Melbourne"

(29 November 1995, Australia) The badly decomposed remains of Neil of Melbourne were discovered in a paddock near Toolondo Reservoir Neil's death was shrouded in mystery, tragedy, and a fish suit.

Local law enforcement officials said the 49-year-old man was wearing a "heavy green plastic bodysuit," constructed from old waterbed material. The suit, from which one could only be extricated painstakingly after unfastening a full-length zipper along the spine, constricted his legs into one mermaid-esque tail. The only openings, aside from the zipper, were two eyeholes.

Neil's garb, enclosing his entire body like a maritime mummy costume, restricted his breathing as well as his movement. He was discovered in this attire, which the Melbourne Fish Costume Bureau stresses was "not approved," less than a kilometer from Toolondo Lake. He apparently had attempted to swim home.

A second yellow-colored suit was found in his garage.

The psychological motivation for Neil's fatal excursion remains unclear. Police have learned that he was taking medications for epilepsy and diabetes at the time, and speculate that his behavior may have had a chemical basis, but locals have their own theories about the aquatic abberation.

"He wanted to be a fish," disclosed one unnamed resident, recalling incidents in which Wilson would swing from a rope while wearing the suit at the lake. Other comments from the Australian community included "bollocks" and "criminey."

Wilson's death brings the Melbourne fish impersonation fatality toll to one, up infinity percent from zero in the previous year.

Guest Writer: Troy Plattner

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Post  bleach on Sun Jul 03, 2011 9:42 pm

i wanna join the secret society of india "NINE UNKNOWN MEN"
i dont think its an order or something......

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