View Profile Phantom
"After all is said and done, more is said than done". - Aesop.

phantom Ghost @Phantom

30, Male


is loohcs backwards.

Middle East

Joined on 9/7/04

Exp Points:
18,040 / 18,660
Exp Rank:
Vote Power:
8.20 votes
Sup. Commander
Global Rank:
B/P Bonus:

Posted by Phantom - April 23rd, 2010

To whomever is trying to hack my account:
ROFL, you fail.

Posted by Phantom - January 15th, 2009

Merry Christmas and whatever holidays. Also

I still love tits.

Thank you for listening.

Posted by Phantom - November 6th, 2008

Would you like a demonstration with that too?

Let me make myself perfectly clear.

Posted by Phantom - August 11th, 2008

Dr. Gregory House: There's only about twelve people we both know. I can't remember five of their names... So we're down to Cuddy, your ex-wives...
Dr. James Wilson: Your momma!

House M.D, a 2 golden globe winner and 22 other awards, and 52 nominations, said "Your momma" on the show. This ends the long aged debate. The your momma jokes will live for ever.

P.S: People who down vote perfectly fine submissions, are what I call, a waste of air and organs.

House M.D: Episode 11: Frozen

Posted by Phantom - July 10th, 2008

Norse mythology says that when the day of doom (Ragnarok) comes, the giants and the gods will fight. the giants and evil gods, such as Loki; spawned the most evil of sons, one of the most infamous being Fenrir. A gigantic Arctic wolf who is really a god and is able to talk and just about everything else.

Fenrir was trapped in a magical string the gods had requested from the dwarfs for this reason. in his last known act of vengeance, Fenrir bit off the hand of the God of War, Tyr. Their prophecies say that one day will come when three years become into three straight winters, after which the giants shall waken, Fenrir will tear his chains and kill the main god of Valhalla and Norse mythology, Odin. He will open his mighty jaws and eat him whole. Odin's son shall revenge that death, but Fenrir's kill will still be marked in history, as the most fearsome battle of the whole of Ragnarok.


Anyway, I love scotch. Beware Irish, I shall out-drink you too!


Posted by Phantom - June 29th, 2008

"It is stupidity rather than courage to refuse to recognize danger when it is close upon you". -Sherlock Holmes, "The Final Problem" - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.