How far does the HTML process go around these things?

-- The Letter D

how many people have big dicks?

Use angle> brackets <, not round ones

hey was up was going on?

(font color="blue")
Raw Illusion

(font color = blue) ...

(font color=blue)
Raw Illusion

Anyone can change the color of their words-- it's really quite simple.
One way to do it is like this:

(font color="#00ff00") you type whatever you want to say in here. (/font)

except that you change the parentheses (I can't spell) into less than and greater than thingies.

p.s. be sure to use the (/font) part, otherwise you'll turn the whole thing lime green!

p.p.s. the 0s are zeros.

Who turned all the words green? That's cool..
since the rattlesnake gets all of its coloration from melanin, the albino variants are perfectly white.
Sure, why not?

Who wants to touch my purple pinball lizard?

Are we talking about reptiles?
There you go.
Serpent, lip-vibrated musical instrument (see Musical Instruments: Lip-Vibrated Instruments), originally the lowest in pitch of the cornett family of instruments. The serpent is about 2.2 m (8 ft) long, with a conical bore, made in serpentine form to allow for the player's hands to reach the six fingerholes. Prevalent in Europe from the 17th century to the 19th century, it was almost always made of wood, and had a brass crook with a cup-shaped ivory mouthpiece similar to that on a tuba or other brass instruments. Invented about 1590 by a French priest, Edmé Guillaume, its original purpose was to accompany church choirs, although by the 18th century, some serpents were in use in military bands. Three keys were added to the instrument in the late 19th century, and some manufacturers made upright serpents, which were easier to manage. Although by the mid-19th century its use had become rare, the serpent was utilized by some composers of the period, including German composer Felix Mendelssohn and Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi, who used it in his opera The Sicilian Vespers. In 1840 a contra-serpent twice the size of a standard serpent, was first made in York, England.

"Serpent," Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

I am the egg-man (whooooo!!)
I AM THE WALRUS!! (Goo Goo Ga Choo)
mmmmmmmmmmmmmm oooooooooooooooooooooo
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm oooooooooooooooooooooooooo
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
I have heard of a pequliar musical instrument from the last century called "The Serpent"....anyone with any info?
hmm...i think we are all dead

Paging Dr. Freud... Paging Dr. Freud... I think s/he has some unresolved sexual issues! "So tell me about your Father? You have hidden sexual intrest in him? Yes?? Hmmmm...."
A mind is a terrible thing to waste, would be nice if he or she had one.
Well, we all know what you think of when you see the word "snake". (You pervert!)
My appologies to Ain Soph,
For now I see
That what is meant
may surely be,
My own impatience
and tire of wait
caused my rattling
upon your celestial gate.
Ain Soph, thou hast betrayed me.
For time is due for love renewed but thou hast faced her away from thee.
Which thee facing left and to her right
whilst she faces left and I am not in her sight!
Please I beg to let the sacred dream be
Please I beg, let her be with me!
As is often, if not always, the case with celestial or non corporial entities, Gender is not an issue, and below their conception.
I've always imagined Ain Soph to be more of a female, mainly because "Soph" is a feminine term, also it is thought that the ability to give birth (the birthing and rebirth of the universe) is attributed to the reproductive precess of females. So shall it be Long live the Queen?
Long live the king
Ain Soph
Hussain of Jordan
"What happened to the man",
"They're just asleep, now come away"
Ain Soph, the imolating serpant of cosmic and celestial recycle. Whence tiresome of her clockwise persuit of her own tail, turned about in counter and thus her lazy '8' of life and death are complete but never 'done'.
A young man was in an opium den deep within the Great Wall of China. In came an Arabian on a white horse prancing through the haze. With feathered tongs, he dropped a small sack onto the young man's low table and rode off.

In the sack were Baluga nuts. The last nut had a black pearl inside. The black pearl belonged in the young man's ring which only had one black pearl of three and two empty settings.

As the young man held up the pearl to see how to set it next to the other pearl, it caught the candle light and sent a shine into the dark corner. There it charmed a snake. The snake magically appeared to pass through the wall for the wall was a silk curtain. The young man followed into a tunnel laden with hanging carpets and large vases on marble floors.

Climbing a stair, the young man came out onto a secluded part of the wall to the sound of penguins. They were sticking their beaks into the sap of nearby trees and with their breath, blowing bubbles to float themselves over the wall away from the impending approach of Ghengus Kahn.

Ghengus was building large alarm clocks through the hot country-side and demanded a dacquery from his Monk man-servant. He sent for the finest; a tree in the Daln Oasis bears a fruit formed by the sand being brought up through its roots in a single polymeric chain.

A Dacquery made from this fruit was brought to the monk by an Arabian on a white horse. The monk on his way to King Ghing, passed the young man and the young man followed the monk to King Ghing who upon drinking the Dacquery had a fatal stomach ache.

King Ghing's final words were not heard for a gurgle and a black pearl issued from his mouth. The young man picked up the pearl and as he put it to his ring, all the alarm clocks went off. This is known as the "Great ding of King Ghing" or the "Great ding-dong of King Kahn". It is said that every year the ringing wakes the people of China.
The fable is first hand for the young man was Dan Zen.

LET ME IN-said the snake!
shades of orange chase away the evils of the night!
wow ur a poet
wow ur a poet
snake snake thin as a rake saw you sunning by a lake!
aaahhh the subleties of language!
A fork sometimes has more than 2 directions...
Your tongue say 2 things at once or 2 different things----hence the fork(split in 2)and the snake
Neither Adam nor Eve could resist the snake.....

When you speak with a "forked tounge", what does it mean?
Most people, actually.
Who can resist the snake?
I am the snake!!!-------i had to say that I couldn't resist!

hello is any one here