Cazzano
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Shop Supervisor - Coinamatic Canada

Cazzano

Wee Baby Seamus 4 life, Male, 37, from Ottawa, Ontario

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Baby - It's what's for dinner! Aug 13, 2014

Cazzano was last seen:
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    1. Cazzano
      Cazzano
      Baby - It's what's for dinner!
    2. Zawr
      Zawr
      I walked into the kitchen and sat down at the table. I looked with a grimace at the questionable meal Lois had placed in front of me. Of course I'd never tell her how disgusted I was with her cooking, but somehow I think she knew. Lois had always been full of energy and life, but lately I had begun to grow more aware of her aging. The bright, exuberant eyes that I had fallen in love with were now beginning to grow dull and listless with the long fatigue of a weary life.
    3. jakeman244
      jakeman244
      get an avatar
      meh...
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Nov 9, 1982 (Age: 37)
    Location:
    Ottawa, Ontario
    Occupation:
    Shop Supervisor - Coinamatic Canada
    About me... Well I grew up in the USA 30 minutes north of Cincinnati, OH with a 3-nippled prostitute named Mary-Sue as a mother. My father we called Rectum Joe as he was in a horribly disfiguring accident with a horse and carriage in South Eastern Ohio's Amish country. The only way to save his life was to attach the horse's rectum to where his nose should have been. Then my little sister came along, she was the most beautiful baby girl imaginable. Well, until she grew up and only 5 teeth ever came in, and that little soft spot on her forehead never closed properly, causing her forehead to throb in rhythm with her pulse. We used to purposely aggravate her just to see it flare, and sometimes we would poke her when she slept so we could feel how spongy it is.

    Life was difficult, but was laced with happy times. Our annual family trip to the Rumpke Garbage sorting facility to look for hand-me-downs was both awe-inspiring and really did wonders to make you realize how little value people place on their belongings. My first pair of shoes came from that place, it was the still to this day, the best pair of shoes I ever owned. The shoes had a couple dead mice in them, some would say that is gross, but I just considered them extra insulation for the winters we had.

    Things progressed smoothly, throughout my years of life, through elementary, Junior and Senior High School. Sure named were slung like mortar for bricks. But momma always told me it's just that they were jealous of our ability to not rely on current technology for Maths. The weird looks I got when I used my fingers and toes were more out of 'ah that's how it's done' rather than 'Oh, haha'.

    After High school was complete and I got my "Ultra Diploma" in the mail, (mom said it was too awesome to go to the ceremony and that they would send it right to me, she was right!) I ended up marrying my toothless sister as a favour to her, she had big family issues, and it stopped her from meeting people. We ended up moving to Canada, and having a baby together. We think it's a boy, but aren't sure, so we will wait until it's older to make sure.

    You could say that my life is pretty much awesome.

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