faze apex: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
I think the word “faze” itself is a misnomer. It is meant to be a noun in the form of “a place where something is interesting”. It’s a verb, a state, a mood, an emotion, whatever fits the description. When we use it in this way, it is the best description there is for the excitement we feel when something new happens.
As it turns out, faze is also a verb. It means to change the status of something. For example, when we say that a new TV show is going to be a faze, that it will be a new TV show that is going to be a new faze, or that it will be a new TV show that is going to be a new faze.
In this case, it seems that the new TV show is going to be a new faze. We see this by the fact that the TV show is now going to be a faze. When something is a faze, it means that it is still going to be something, but has changed its state from something to something else. In other words, it is still going to be something, but it is now something else.
A faze is an extremely important concept in fic. There is a very long history of fic that does not have a faze (that is to say, it is actually going to be something, but it is not going to be something else that is also going to be something else). In fact, in fic, a faze is a very common theme.
Well, it is kind of easy to see that the faze theme runs throughout many of our fables. We tend to see fables as being about a point or a choice, but they can also be about a state or state of affairs.
In faze, though, a faze is a very specific, fixed state or state of affairs. The thing about faze is that it is something that can’t be altered or altered in any way. So you can’t change your personality, you can’t change your hair color, but you can change the way you act. So it is something that is fixed and unchanging.
So if you want to make a faze, you need to give yourself permission to be different. And yes, you can change the way you act. But you are not allowed to change the way you look.