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Jacob x5
04-05-06, 06:56
I've always wanted to do this. :p :p :p

http://img132.imageshack.us/img132/7002/trfcolourinsmaller0qy.gif

GodOfLight
04-05-06, 06:59
i dont get it? :confused:

Jacob x5
04-05-06, 07:02
Ok, I'll post a link to the larger image. The smaller image makes it less clear.

It's just called being sad. :p

EDIT: It's not having it. I haven't got time at the minute. I'll do it later. :wve:

evanescence69
04-05-06, 07:38
i dont get it? :confused:
me too :confused: :confused: :confused:

Lew
04-05-06, 17:00
Im pretty sure he filled in the spaces like in a's etc. :o

Capt. Murphy
04-05-06, 17:04
This isn't so much about having too much free time as it is about actaully having a life.

Like me replying to this topic for instance. :cln:

Real Life Lara
04-05-06, 17:04
You coloured in all the gaps in the letters. How sad. :p

(Meh, I do that with my school jotters :p) :whi:

Lavinder
04-05-06, 17:11
I have to stop myself doing that in SATS because if you do it you get your papers ripped up :p:p

Jacob x5
04-05-06, 17:21
Do you really? Luckily I didn't do it much.

You see, I think everyone does this in some way or another at least once in their life. :p And I was very bored so I did it on the computer. With the more "3-Dimensional" lettering it took more work, but the rest was just eyedropper and bucket tools in paint. :p

I really am sad sometimes. :p So sad even that I hosted and posted the 'finished product'. :D

EDIT: I can see why some people didn't get it at first, because it's quite common for it to appear like that when you make the image smaller.

Lew
04-05-06, 17:24
I really am sad sometimes. :p So sad even that I hosted and posted the 'finished product'. :D

True :pi:

Capt. Murphy
04-05-06, 17:26
especially the 'posting' part. :ton:

Nephili
04-05-06, 17:28
Random and sad :p I remember doing it when i was at school aswell though.

Jonnipants
04-05-06, 17:43
I used to do that in my textbooks...but doing it to the forums? That would take up too much of my time. :p

Jacob x5
04-05-06, 18:02
I used to do that in my textbooks...but doing it to the forums? That would take up too much of my time. :p

Lol. :p