I slid down a mountain on my bum, sloughing off an old and ill-fitting skin. I keep

a dog in my bed.

 

 

marwei. Get yours at bighugelabs.com/flickr

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  • JoinedFebruary 2004
  • OccupationPointy haired boss
  • HometownShillong, Meghalaya, INDIA
  • Current cityShillong
  • CountryINDIA

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I've never met the Hermit in person, but I hope to some day. The man has much to offer, and I only hope to sit at his feet and take it in.

July 21, 2006
txkimmers says:

Screwtape, Shambly Hermit, marwei? You will always be the Snogger to me.

March 20, 2006
HyperBob says:

The Hermit does mud in your eye like nobodies business

July 28, 2005
hanni says:

The most wonderful Hermit I know. Quite funny too. Shambles was one of the first to welcome me with open arms and lots of slobber if I remember correctly. Now he puts up with my pillows, and is the only one that gets away with using my surname. I think ShamblyHermit is better than WeirdFreak anyday.

June 11, 2005

Shambly is cuddly and very snoggable. Plus he has a very long name that I cannot pronounce. All in all, this makes him more than better than okay in my book :)

April 15, 2005

shambly hermit is...........words escape me!

March 31, 2005

Shambly, hermit of many names, mystery to all and to none: a bundle of pure loveability!

February 17, 2005
styler* says:

shambly is the most sociable hermit i have ever had the pleasure of know. he is also the only hermit, but let's not let that get in the way

January 21, 2005

Three teeth on the doorstep. And a lock of hair. She considered this find as she heated her porridge that morning. Perhaps it was the child Toby. Or the cat.

March 7, 2004
Kallese says:

Although he thinks I'm gay, I'm more than honored that he thinks of me at all!!!!

February 11, 2004
GreyArea says:

He was once called the Fat Bastard... rumor has it that he's an even fatter one now! He reads and surfs the net voraciously, he's more deserving of the title of Mr. Links!

February 5, 2004
Meer says:

No one draws distinctions better.

February 4, 2004