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Things to do at Denver comic conA checklist for anyone to go by
-Ask a batman cosplayer if they know who Bruce Wayne is
-Purposely call the Doctors by the wrong numbers and even if they correct you
-Tell someone their epidermis is showing and watch them freak out
-Fight with the Homestucks
-If you see a Hetalian, call them by the wrong country, or use sterotypes
-Ask an artist to draw you "like one of their French girls"
-If you see Sherlock, ask him if he can solve the case of your ex girlfriend
-Call any Link cosplayer by "Zelda"
-Ask a Vocaloid what their "natural" singing voice is
-Buy something and then start treating it like it's a treasure and yell to the vendor "I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU!"
-Go up to someone with a mask and put your hand on their shoulder and say, "It's alright...Sometimes my *insert name here* wants me to mask my face too."
-Ask Wil Wheaton how it was in outer space
-Ask everyone where Waldo is
-Constantly stare at a vendor until they notice you
-Take a picture with someon
Twins of distasteShe's the one they talk about
A girl named Taylor S,
Though we have the same body type
I surely digress
She's done things I never would
Losing her innocence to lesser men,
We're the same age, same height
I don't know how to comprehend
Yet she hates me for what I am,
Does she really know my pain?
We look exactly alike,
But she's every boy's aim
How can two alike humans,
Have such different mindS?
One is the top of the class,
while one lacks far behind
They call me smart, clever, annoying, and wild
Yet she's fashionable, amazing, humorous and mild.
I hate her with every inch of my waist
Which will soon shrink with my keen distaste.
The story here is one that few understand,
That two with a same body have minds out of hand.
Taylor accuses me of what I'm not worth.
Yet I sit here in solitude, in my own hatred-filled court.
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