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XBMC 13.0 - codename "G?"
#91
See ronie, none of that hard work you put in modding this skin has gone in vain.

Lots of girls will be very happy seeing this on their XBMC Big Grin
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#92
(2012-05-08, 23:34)CASHMON3Y Wrote:
(2012-05-08, 22:42)pecinko Wrote: Well if we are going for WAF factor I would suggest "G spot" and if we are to stay at developer tribute I vote for "Grumpy".
I see what you did there.

Ok I may have stepped over the line. No harm meant, though.

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#93
(2012-05-08, 23:39)ronie Wrote: i don't see what's wrong with a bit of pink?
anyway....there's no stopping it!

Maybe 13 should be xbmc Gorn? (Star Trek Online refrence lol)

I love a bit of pink myself sometimes WinkBig Grin
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#94
(2012-05-07, 03:51)ronie Wrote: especially for bobo1on1, da-anda, Martijn and all other kids:

skin.mylittlepony-0.0.1.zip

awesome i finally found my new skin !

and on the G matter:
i would like Glitch or Gotham

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#95
I think Gaia is a winner. Smile
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#96
Gort Smile
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#97
(2012-05-08, 23:39)ronie Wrote: i don't see what's wrong with a bit of pink?
anyway....there's no stopping it!
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#98
Heh
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#99
Why not look at gemstones:
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Catego...categories

Garnet:
(pronounced /ˈɡɑrnət/) are a group of silicate minerals that have been used since the Bronze Age as gemstones and abrasives. The name "garnet" comes from 14th century Middle English word gernet meaning 'dark red', from the Latin granatus granatus coming from granum (grain, seed) + suffix "atus", possibly a reference to "mela granatum" or even "pomum granatum" ("pomegranate",[2] scientific name: "Punica granatum"), a plant whose abundant vivid red arils contained in the fruit are similar in shape, size, and color to some garnet crystals.[3]
(source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garnet?uselang=en)
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what about:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glitnir

and I quote:

"Glitnir is symbolic of the importance of discussion rather than violence as a means of resolution of conflict within the Norse tradition"

TBH I'd never heard of it until 5 min ago......
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Googelybear (Monsters Inc.) Big Grin
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I hope "G" stands for gnif
he certainly deserve it
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+1 to that sentiment - awesome job on AE. It won't happen ofc but I pointed your post out to gnif - I;m sure he'll appreciate it Smile
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What about Galadriel? it also has Gala for short.
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