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K.D.D Disease... or is it? =P  (Read 15560 times)

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K.D.D Disease... or is it? =P
« Reply #30 on: Jun 06 2009, 03:41 PM »
I just got a toy wolfy named Kiba.. tis ma sisters but I is borrowin it myah! ^^ Tis so fluffy I can't help but hug it. AND! I got a whistle... general population BEWARE!

kiba ? in naruto ?

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K.D.D Disease... or is it? =P
« Reply #31 on: Jun 06 2009, 04:36 PM »
being a packrat and experienced pretty much all those symptoms, i guess i qualify as KDD sufferer

that and i'm also autistic

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I hate more than just your guts, faggot. I hate your mind,
your body, and your soul. Your existance on this shithole of
a planet is meaningless. So it's best for you to commit suicide
right now, the sooner, the faster you can get out of this
gigantic shithole.

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Re: K.D.D Disease... or is it? =P
« Reply #32 on: Jul 24 2013, 01:15 AM »
I found this when I first discovered kitsune as well (though I'm pretty sure it was on a differant site). And yes this is very much true for me in every regard. The first day of school one year (and I was into my teens by this time) there was a peice of string hanging from the ceiling and I just started swatting at it and being completely enraptured in it right in front of the whole class.  And nest making and using things in ways that the manufacturers never intended is what I am best at apparently XD my bed also tends to be buried in stuffed animals of varying shapes and sizes. And I have a lot of stuff for visual stimulus as well. Also, another thing that can fascinate us for hours on end is fire. A good old fashioned wood fire pit is best for this for many reasons. One time I had gone camping, everyone else had gone to bed, but I was still sitting around the fire and tending to it when people started waking up the next morning. While I got no sleep at all XD
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