Tarot readings by Trix...
(12-27-2017, 12:48 AM)Guest Wrote: Hola tacohombre, I've been skipping through the thread, I think I have ADD, but I wanted to add that I know of a man who got killed by a dike, it's been on the news locally. Careful with dikes man you never know when one might decide to take ya.

Usually they took me to Drag King shows, where women performed as men with names like "Pelvis Thrustly" and "Hunter Down", and they had better facial hair than I did. They would pack the house with incredibly hot college girls who would go craaaaaaazy over the performers, screaming, gyrating, panties flying through the air onto the stage, etc.
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(12-26-2017, 11:55 PM)Guest Wrote:
(12-26-2017, 11:53 PM)Trix Wrote: I have NEVER gotten sand in my vagina.

This will be an interesting new experience for you then, won't it? Ohyeah

Sand in the clam.....

Makes a pearl !
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(12-27-2017, 03:49 PM)user Wrote: Sand in the clam.....

Makes a pearl !

I could go for pearl diving right about now...
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(12-27-2017, 03:52 PM)A Concerned Reader Wrote:
(12-27-2017, 03:49 PM)user Wrote: Sand in the clam.....

Makes a pearl !

I could go for pearl diving right about now...

"right about now"...



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(12-27-2017, 03:49 PM)user Wrote: Sand in the clam.....

Makes a pearl !

ROFLLOLROFL

WELL. SAID.
God made me funky...
And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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After playing with these big, fat decks I gotta say...

Regular sized decks just don't feel as powerful.
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And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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I farted it was bad man
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Oh don't mind me...

I'm just comparing deck sizes.
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Blackjack? Yay I won what I win?
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WTF6 

http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/cards/baseball-lerner/
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I knew a guy who read with the Baseball Tarot. I thought it was very sweet, very endearing, very male of him.

They are actually really excellent cards because they have a basic summary of the meaning on each card.
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(12-28-2017, 08:38 PM)Trix Wrote: I knew a guy who read with the Baseball Tarot. I thought it was very sweet, very endearing, very male of him.

They are actually really excellent cards because they have a basic summary of the meaning on each card.

blackjack prize?
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I have a deck I shuffle incessantly.

I'm trying to give it that worn out deck look...

I really like that look.
God made me funky...
And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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If only the cards could predict the stock market, we could help so many people. If only the gates foundation was trying to help people instead of destroy them. That 4 eyed cunt, I really wanna do bad shit to him.
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OMG I'm so hard into the original Rider-Waite tarot right now.

I used to dislike the traditional tarot because I didn't appreciate the symbolism and all that stuff.

I just thought it was kind of a lot and I didn't really get the point, it didn't really speak to me.

But now it TOTALLY DOES. It's like a whole different level has opened up.

I have a couple different decks I'm playing with right now...

One of them is a Rider-Waite ripoff with more fresh looking artwork, very opaque and vibrantly colored.

And the other one is just the original Rider-Waite, but I'm starting to see a bunch of meaning in the way the art looks on these cards.

I'm trying to bend and warp the decks that I like the most because I really dig that worn in aesthetic.

The original Rider-Waite cardstock is super bendy and I can tell it's gonna be so much easier to wear out than the ripoff deck is, because the ripoff deck is made out of a plastic kinda material rather than just regular cardstock...

Which means it's totally excellent quality, but it doesn't get all worn out super easy.

I'm just obsessed with shuffling the cards and fucking around with them, it's almost therapeutic somehow.

I spill drinks and all kinds of other stuff on these two decks because I don't give a shit, I want them to have some character...

That kinda stuff makes them look like they've been through some shit, gnomesayin'?

Ah man this is great...

Reading traditional tarot is totally different than the other kinds of cards. I totally get it now.
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How do you know the difference between regular card stock and quality of paper of cards? Have you ever worked in the printing industry? I have.
If you haven't then fuck man you are one intelligent broad. Or maybe your soul is just so tuned to nature you know what the quality of things is?
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Nah dude, it’s because it feels like paper and tears and creases easily, and the other one doesn’t because it’s coated in plastic.
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https://i.imgur.com/XOs7roy.jpg

The Smith-Waite tarot is the greatest deck of all time. The colors are so warm and muted. The colors give such a vintage feel. They are truly beautiful. The artwork is so much better quality on the Smith-Waite deck. I think the colors of the Rider-Waite version are so bright and unnatural, and I just don’t like the cool tones. It is said that Pamela Colman Smith, the artist of the tarot, preferred the muted warm tones. It makes sense. Really an amazing deck, couldn’t recommend the Smith-Waite enough, favorite deck of all time.
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I learned to read the traditional tarot with the Rider-Waite deck, and it's a pretty magical deck, so I don't dislike it or anything. It is special to me. But the quality of the art on the Smith-Waite makes a world of difference and the warm tones are so rich and beautiful. The red lines on all the faces are gone, they are skin toned on the Smith-Waite deck. I was always very annoyed by those red lines. When you're using a pictorial tool for divination, you're supposed to look at every aspect of the art... ALL of the lines matter, ALL of the color variations matter. It's all supposed to mean something. I felt like they weren't mindful of this on the Rider-Waite and I think that's kind of wrong. The Smith-Waite has ironed out those issues though.

I love the overall vintage look of the Smith-Waite. The card stock is excellent quality, it's pretty thick. It's not the easiest thing to shuffle when the deck is new. Rider-Waite shuffles amazingly well, very enjoyable and I give them credit for that, but let's face it, it's only because the stock is cheaper. I also prefer the solid color of the back of the Smith-Waite cards over the blue Rider-Waite back with all the dizzying lines...

Rider-Waite:
https://www.usgamesinc.com/images/D/SWR78_7.jpg

Smith-Waite:
https://i.pinimg.com/originals/95/e8/f3/...8af77b.jpg
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I absolutely looove this big fat deck...

(12-26-2017, 10:47 PM)Trix Wrote:


It's really a powerful deck, sometimes I vibe with it, sometimes I vibe with the traditional tarot.

But I love this deck because since it's two of the same deck put together, you sometimes get two of the same card in one reading.

I have a few double deckers and I always consider the reading finished once the same card comes out a second time.
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And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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