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Mafioso Logo

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[img]http://i53.tinypic.com/s1rx9d.jpg[/img ]
-------------------------------------no space here ^

if i didnt add the space it would just show the picture
(if you are reading this on an ipod the ^ is in a different spot the space in the link is before the ])

just add this link to ur signature and enjoy

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Bor-Mage lvl 138 Necrophagist-Druid lvl 100
Gungnir-Ranger lvl 114
Odin-Rogue lvl 103

Re: Mafioso Logo

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Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

Charles Caleb Colton- Lacon, volume I, no. 183
(1780 - 1832)


Vas Gio
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Re: Mafioso Logo

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Flattery
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Flattery (also called adulation or blandishment) is the act of giving excessive compliments, generally for the purpose of ingratiating oneself with the subject.

Historically, flattery has been used as a standard form of discourse when addressing a king or queen. In the Renaissance, it was a common practice among writers to flatter the reigning monarch, as Edmund Spenser flattered Queen Elizabeth I in The Faerie Queene, William Shakespeare flattered King James I in Macbeth and Niccolò Machiavelli flattered Lorenzo II di Piero de' Medici, ruler of Florence and Duke of Urbino, in The Prince.

Flattery is also used in pick-up lines used to attempt to initiate romantic courtship.

Most associations with flattery, however, are negative. Negative descriptions of flattery range at least as far back in history as The Bible. In the Divine Comedy, Dante depicts flatterers wading in human excrement, stating that their words were the equivalent of excrement, in the 8th Circle of Hell.

An insincere flatterer is a stock character in many literary works. Examples include Wormtongue from J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Goneril and Regan from King Lear, and Iago from Othello.

"To flatter" is also used to refer to artwork or clothing that makes the subject or wearer appear more attractive, as in:

The King was pleased with the portrait, as it was very flattering of his girth.
I think I'll wear the green dress because it flatters my legs.
Vasili - Rogue main since the beginning. a devoted ASSASSIN
Level 110+ Sulis-Retribution Slowly turning Blue! thanks to a great clan! thanks Guys!


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Re: Mafioso Logo

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lmao i made one for tyrants before vas made his, there was at least five other people with clan logos in signatures before vas. i didnt join mafioso till after va made his, what makes you think i got the idea from him.
Bor-Mage lvl 138 Necrophagist-Druid lvl 100
Gungnir-Ranger lvl 114
Odin-Rogue lvl 103

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