I didn't know you - I was on a long break from neoseeker when you were a member here. However, I've just stumbled across a very touching and heartbreaking thread in Loungin' and thought I should pay my respects. Truly horrible. R.I.P Sniggit.
Happy birthday dude. I still think about you every time I listen to an MF Doom song. Hope you've found the peace you deserved.
To think that every time I saw someone with a massive post count, I'd be intimidated by them. Now I'm wishing I'd actually known you.

To see another fall in the battle with cancer is a shock, especially since you were a cool guy when I had known you.

Even if I didn't know you well when I joined, I grew to enjoy reading your posts whenever I came online. You were a cool kid, and I dream of the day when I can actually shake your hand and start up a real conversation with you.

Remember, bro, your days are limited on this world, but that is why its up to us to live our lives to the fullest, to knock out every man in our way, toss every word away, and to never back down from what we may face. You are a legacy now, and a real one at that. May your name live on through the years, and may many new members hear your name and keep your story alive.

Peace out, bro. May we meet someday in the future.




Your's forever and always,

Kimonio(Shadrixian)
I was just looking at those PMs we exchanged last year, and I felt I should stop by and say hey.

I try not to think about you too much, because when I do, my head gets *bleep*ed up something awful. It's just too weird to think that I knew you, and talked to you, but now I can't.

To see you posting one day, and stop the next...it just doesn't sit well with me.

I'm so sorry you had to go like this, and so early in life. It sucks beyond the telling of it.

My only comfort is that I knew you well enough that I'm pretty sure how you would respond to all this. I know you would be appreciative of what I'm saying. I know you would tell me to go live that crazy thing called life. Probably not those exact words, but...yeah. And I will.

I miss you, man.

~ Kaiba
I just realized that it's been a month since you turned 21 and now I'm sat here thinking that you were less than a month from turning 21. I'm sorry you didn't make it, man. If I weren't such a socially awkward *bleep*, I'd have loved to go drinking with you. I'm sorry.

Sleep well, Rob.
Hi dude. We never spoke much, never spoke at all in fact, but your passing was something that shocked me as I'm sure it shocked everyone else on Neoseeker. Reading through what your friends have written on your guestbook is touching to say the least, it seems that I missed out on getting to know a pretty awesome guy. Yeah we both joined in 2006, so I could have gotten to know you potentially, but I spent too much time lurking in my own little forums away from the hustle and bustle of Loungin'.

Your father left a comment on one of the signings below, telling us to get out and live our lives to the fullest, if not for ourselves then for you. Well, I did. I went and did things I thought I'd never do. I kicked my A-levels in the ass and I'm well on my way to university, I went rough camping with a friend when learned to hunt and cook a meal, I went on my first holiday alone, I even jumped out of a plane last week for charity, raising almost £1000 for the British Heart Foundation and giving my fear of heights a solid kick in the balls.

All these incredible experiences, life changing things, things that have made me grow as a person over such a short time, things that I never realised I would be capable of alone, I doubt any of these things would have happened had it not been for that little addition your father put on the end of his message, "Do it for Rob."

I never knew you, but thank you for these things, I did them for you. Sleep well dude.
I never knew you... but no matter whether you're a stranger or not, no one deserves to die young of such a nasty disease.

You were probably a very nice and respectable person, and for your bravery, you will always have my respect.

You will always hold a place in my heart... as does anyone who dies so young and full of opportunities.

As has been said before so many times, sleep well, Sniggit.

Rest is peace. I hope you are happy in Heaven.
Dude, it seems like so long ago that we talked for the first time, and if I remember correctly, it was quite a while ago. You and I were arguing about something. I thought you were a heartless bastard. When you told me about your illness, frankly I didn't care. I was immature, and you were being smug. Heh. But as time passed, we got along better and better.

Honestly, I never got a chance to apologize for that. I never really thought you'd go. I'm not trying to say we were super close friends, but you definitely were a part of my neo-life.

And this seems too much like Ethan's passing. I didn't log on for a long time, then when I did, I found out he was gone.

I haven't been on in 3 months. But today when I log on I see "RIP Sniggit" and "Sleep Well, Sniggit" in people's custom titles.

Man. I'm sorry. I'm sorry for all the bad shit I said to you. And frankly, I can't take any of it back now.

You were a strong person, Rob. I applaud your strength and willpower. You are truly a man to be missed. I wish I could say I wholeheartedly believe in an afterlife, and that someday I'd be able to meet you face to face, but I can't say that. My faith has been shaken unbelievable due to past events. But I will miss you, and definitely miss the arguments we had.

Sleep well, my friend.
Hi Riv. Thinking about you today buddy. Missing you every day. I hope you saw some fireworks up there, you always loved them as a kid....Dad
That my son touched so many of you....he was truly awesome. It's a shame none of you met him face to face. don't waste your lives, live it to the fullest...for him.
Miss you telling me off for being so wasteful, we started recycling in the last week and I thought of you and knew you would be happy to see me actually doing something good.

RIP Snig
I failed, Rob. In all the time I knew you, you asked only one thing of me; that I come back. It didn't seem important, until now, when it became the only thing I could do for you.

I tried Rob, I really did. I wouldn't have done that for anyone else.

I saw someone die, back in March. 2am on Sunday morning, hit by a car. I called an ambulance, Anthony tried CPR. He didn't look injured, but there was blood, so much blood, and he was so pale. People were screaming.

Anthony was covered in his blood. We had to throw those clothes away.

His name was Ash. He was twenty-two, my age. I found that out when the police took a witness statement from me.

It's so strange, the way the entire universe can change in a split second. I didn't expect it to. Even looking at his blood, I thought he'd survive, somehow.

Like you. I knew you were sick, Rob, I just never expected you to really die.

There was an odd moment the other day. Something in my mind sat up and told the universe to stop *bleep*ing around. This is absolutely ridiculous, it said. Rob can't be dead. It makes no sense.

And that's when it hit me that you really were gone. It may make no sense, but it's true.

They say a man is not truly dead until his name stops being repeated. I've always like that phrase. And you'll never be dead either, by that definition, because your name is still on my msn list, even if you'll never be there to talk to again. You're still on facebook, and, Rob, I wish you could see the messages your family and friends have left. I hope you knew how much you were loved. You're still here, too, and your name and some of your thoughts will be bouncing around in cyberspace for a long, long time. It's a modern kind of immortality.

But it doesn't really make me feel better, because you're still gone. Those names will never light up again. And I'm an atheist, and I can't tell myself that there's an afterlife, and that you can hear me. I know you can't.

But, if you could, I'd say; remember how we used to talk? And you'd say you wanted to tell me something, and I'd guess something randomly, and I'd be right. And, for years, you were convinced I could read your mind.

Or, I'd say, remember when you were unhappy, when you believed no one cared? How wrong were you?

Or, happy 21st birthday for this Saturday, Rob. Have fun drinking legally.

At the very least, I'd say; goodbye.

- Kali
I failed, Rob. In all the time I knew you, you asked only one thing of me; that I come back. It didn't seem important, until now, when it became the only thing I could do for you.

I tried Rob, I really did. I wouldn't have done that for anyone else.

I saw someone die, back in March. 2am on Sunday morning, hit by a car. I called an ambulance, Anthony tried CPR. He didn't look injured, but there was blood, so much blood, and he was so pale. People were screaming.

Anthony was covered in his blood. We had to throw those clothes away.

His name was Ash. He was twenty-two, my age. I found that out when the police took a witness statement from me.

It's so strange, the way the entire universe can change in a split second. I didn't expect it to. Even looking at his blood, I thought he'd survive, somehow.

Like you. I knew you were sick, Rob, I just never expected you to really die.

There was an odd moment the other day. Something in my mind sat up and told the universe to stop *bleep*ing around. This is absolutely ridiculous, it said. Rob can't be dead. It makes no sense.

And that's when it hit me that you really were gone. It may make no sense, but it's true.

They say a man is not truly dead until his name stops being repeated. I've always like that phrase. And you'll never be dead either, by that definition, because your name is still on my msn list, even if you'll never be there to talk to again. You're still on facebook, and, Rob, I wish you could see the messages your family and friends have left. I hope you knew how much you were loved. You're still here, too, and your name and some of your thoughts will be bouncing around in cyberspace for a long, long time. It's a modern kind of immortality.

But it doesn't really make me feel better, because you're still gone. Those names will never light up again. And I'm an atheist, and I can't tell myself that there's an afterlife, and that you can hear me. I know you can't.

But, if you could, I'd say; remember how we used to talk? And you'd say you wanted to tell me something, and I'd guess something randomly, and I'd be right. And, for years, you were convinced I could read your mind.

Or, I'd say, remember when you were unhappy, when you believed no one cared? How wrong were you?

Or, happy 21st birthday for this Saturday, Rob. Have fun drinking legally.

At the very least, I'd say; goodbye.

- Kali
It's very strange to come back here to Neoseeker and find that someone that I used to speak to here and on MSN gone, and not coming back ever.

You were an interesting person to talk to, and I really enjoyed our conversations here and beyond.

I hope that you find your peace with yourself, and know that you will be missed.

ave atque vale
People come and go. But you came here and left a great memory of yourself to many people in neo.
No one will ever forget the time you spent here.
I'm an atheist.

I hope I'm wrong, and that I'll see you again.

I hope you've found the happiness you deserve.

Kali Ravel
I hope in these last few years you found beutiful things in life.
Thats all I can hope for.Thanks for being a kind person.Ill miss your posts.
I don't know you well on a personal level, but seeing someone die young is just a terrible thing. You won't be forgotten, and my condolences and thoughts are with your family.
I don't know you well on a personal level, but seeing someone die young is just a terrible thing. You won't be forgotten, and my condolences and thoughts are with your family.
R.I.P. Sniggit it was nice knowing you on Neo for the two years I've been here. I wish I had known you longer and had more contact with you then the few PM's we exchanged. Thanks for the memories.

- Cheeseman
It's sad to see a neomember go. Never knew you on a personal level but may you rest in peace and you will be sorely missed by the community as a whole.
It's sad to see a neomember go. Never knew you on a personal level but may you rest in peace and you will be sorely missed by the community as a whole.
I don't even know what to say.


You were hilarious, always posting that same pic, your drunk nonsense threads, your flirting with every girl on neo... I'll miss you man. You made everyone smile and laugh when you posted under the influence. This place will be strange without you. You kept going when many others would have given up completely.


I'll miss you, Rob. Rest in peace.
Hey Sniggit...there's not much I can manage to put into words here right now (if ever), but I just wanted to remind you how much you're already being missed around here. You have a wonderful circle of family and friends who updated us on your aftermath journey, your battle...can't imagine what they are going through, but they certainly seem as strong as you. Your last words, your final act of kindness, it truly is inspiring.

I've said this before, but I really hope to be as strong as you someday. I don't think I could have dealt with cancer the way you did, so positive and strong-willed. Thanks for being a part of our lives. Everyone in the FFVIII forum misses you. R.I.P. Robert, you'll never be forgotten.
I'm so sorry I didn't get to know you better. From what everybody says, we would've gotten along just fine..

Rest in peace, man.
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