Emilea

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  1. IloveTHIS Humble Narcissist

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    Horror movie I checked out on Netflix last night. Freaking fantastic. Genuinely disturbing in a way 9/10 horror movies these days arent. Will give you chills at points. Its about a hot babysitter, thats all I say as to not spoil it.

    Now I'm going to watch Southbound. Hopefully its good

    Anyone seen either of these? Horror bros were YOU AT
     
  2. melvinj0 Gold Belt

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    I thought it was pretty mediocre but entertaining enough.

    Southbound is really cool and unique though.
     
  3. KONG-D'SNT-TAP Banned Banned

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    I like season 1-3 of Arrested Development
     
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    Saw the new Annabelle last week. Not as good as the first one.

    Looking forward to seeing The Nun.
     
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    Your avatar is of such low fidelity that it is distracting, it's only redeeming qualities that of a smiling Hoo ah[​IMG]

     
  6. TheWobbler Brown Belt

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    Emilea?
     
  7. FierceRedBelt Red Belt

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    Emilia is a feminine given name derived from Aemilia, the feminine form of the Latin nomen Aemilius. The name is likely derived from the same root as the Latin word aemulus, which means to rival, excel, or emulate,[1] but this may be a folk etymology.

    Although similar Germanic names like Amalia may appear to be related to Emilia, Emily and Aemilia, they in fact have a different origin.
     

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