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#1 Cyrax-Sektor
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[QUOTE="Deihjan"]Come to negotiate have you, you slimy git? Well, look what I've got... *singing* I've got a jar of di-iiiirt, I've got a jar of di-iiirt, and guess what's inside it!

One of the greatest fan-made songs in existance. Why, after inspiration from the song, I made an avatar to match it on another site. :D  used @ http://forums.bf2s.com/profile.php?id=30480
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These Are the Days of Our Lives - Queen's final song with the late Freddie Mercury, rest in peace. It can remind us of the good times we've had. :) Agatha Christie's Poirot theme by Christopher Gunning. This show's theme song sets the mood for the mysteries Poirot and Hastings must face in their time before, during and after World War II, if I'm correct with the dates. A magical introduction for the Belgium detective.
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Captain Jack Sparrow, lovable guy. Jar of dirt, bottle of rum and dazzling swordplay.
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Two coconuts, because they are always a symbol of comedy in my eye, with them falling on people's heads in cartoons and shows. :P Good mornin' everybody. 8)
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#5 Cyrax-Sektor
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Kung Fu Panda. I prefer fighting action over "cute" robots. Wall-E seemed to cheesy, and after Disney acquired Pixar, their films have not been the same. :(
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He even reminds me of the Joker at that angle and the suit! Wonder what's the story with this guy. *considers reading the novel and spoiling the movie*
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#7 Cyrax-Sektor
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I am only irked by the replacement of the Cookie Crisp dog. You had a lovable cartoon dog, then you get a wolf guy. How does one go from dog to wolf? :|
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I like reading on my own time, without a school telling me to do so.
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The Green Futures of Tycho, and just about anything else by the awesome sci-fi writer William Sleator. It makes you go "Wow! :o :shock:" once everything dawns on you. Homer Price. Donuts, okay? :P The Illiad. Or is it the Odyssey . . . ? Cyclops, pigs and brave adventurers bracing only a little of the Greek's vast mythology. Chasing Vermeer, mystery book about art, puzzles and frogs.
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#10 Cyrax-Sektor
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Wow, now that's plain freaky! :o Imagine a ton of those overcoming you in the jungle, with makeshift spears to hunt humans! :o But they're a little funny looking at the same time. :P