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Hello wolfy, this is jack speaking on your profile page.

I really love @DictatorHilton


The life of animals, without self-pity and simply devoted to the time given. The life of humans, with sympathy for other living beings. If we can travel halfway between those two paths, Don’t you think our lives would be wonderful?

It's the End of the World, isn't it.



"Men of profound sorrow give themselves away when they are happy: they have a way of grasping happiness as if they wanted to crush and smother it, from jealousy - alas, they know too well that it will flee away."




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Wolfangle joined on May 18th, 2011, since that has made 1253 posts that are still accessible today, 41 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, Wolfangle has given 2281 upvotes, and was last online on Nov 17th, 2018.

  • In Post the song that matches your current feeling in life.

  • In Daily Happiness Thread

    Even tho today was a mix of good & bad. I had a relaxing smirk on my face after this evening, and genuine joy for some change. Even had the time to talk with possible partners & investors for my future projects, I hope we work things out towards the end of the year^^

  • In CL Update 2017 [New Mods, Old Mods, Development Staff]

    @--Jack--I'll put a bid on that

  • In Daily Horoscope Online

    In 1915, a 30-year-old South Carolinian named Essie Dunbar suffered a fatal attack of epilepsy—or so everyone thought. After declaring her dead, doctors placed Dunbar’s body in a coffin and scheduled her funeral for the next day so that her sister, who lived out of town, would still be able to pay respects. But Dunbar's sister didn't travel fast enough; she arrived only to see the last clods of dirt thrown atop the grave. This didn’t sit well with Dunbar’s sister, who wanted to see Essie one last time. She ordered that the body be removed. When the coffin lid was opened, Essie sat up and smiled at all around her. She lived for another 47 years.

  • In What Are You Thinking Right Now

    Making a list of people in my life I want to help, when i reach a point where I can assist when I can. Regardless of ill matters. Just a change in my way of thought really

  • In The Genre of your Life RN

    @--Jack-- Detail, detail


    Oh wait, it's boring.... I gotcha~

  • In The Genre of your Life RN

    @Bavalt I was about to go into the thread to see who else made a post with lack luster of or no description. But, for this I approve!

  • In Waifu Charts!


    While shooting The Exorcist, Friedkin went to extraordinary lengths manipulating the actors, reminiscent of the old Hollywood directing style, to get the genuine reactions he wanted. Yanked violently around in harnesses, both Blair and Burstyn suffered back injuries and their painful screams were included in the film. Burstyn injured her back after landing on her coccyx when a stuntman jerked her around using a special effects cable during the scene when Regan slaps her mother. According to the documentary Fear of God: The Making of the Exorcist, the injury did not cause permanent damage, although Burstyn was upset the shot of her screaming in pain was used in the film.

  • In Tell me about your dating life

    @virtuNat are you, or are you not a goat?

  • In Tell me about your dating life

    Idk how many girls its been from my first girlfriend at 12. It doesn't matter, like how I feel when I see non-goats


    Butt, the last 3 girls stuck out. All leaving me for someone else & avoiding the hell outa me. Apologizing almost year after when the guilt finally hits their brains. Not the last one tho, It's too early for her to notice :')

    So yea, everyone I date now, leaves me for someone else. Regrets it, but me forgetting how to love them to even make an attempt at getting back with them. And them living a happy better life after it all.