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    Hahnsoo1Hahnsoo1 Make Ready. We Hunt.Registered User regular
    Hahnsoo1 wrote: »
    Organichu wrote: »
    i don't say this nastily tho it might come off that way: my favorite thing about facebook now is watching various classes of friends- grad students, writers, retail workers, tech workers- make their jobs sound not only more important than other jobs but like, more... interesting? no. nuanced? culturally telling? i hesitate to name examples lest any chatters take specific umbrage if they belong to that group but there is just something about like, #just[occupation]things and all the related kind of commentary that makes me laugh.

    it is good that i value not taking one's identity too seriously or else i'd hate myself and all my friends
    If I did that, I probably would be fired. Due to the NDA I signed and all. :-P
    [redacted] #Just[redacted]things

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    TraceTrace GNU Terry Pratchett; GNU Gus; GNU Carrie Fisher; GNU Adam We Registered User regular
    milski wrote: »
    Trace wrote: »
    Ahem.

    Seven year old talked back to me tonight.

    I told him no dinner and then made his favorite for -everyone- else.

    I burnt/baked a potato for him and told him that was his dinner.

    Now obviously I didn't make him eat the burnt to a crisp potato but boy have I found the ultimate problem solving method

    at least until he's old enough to make his own dinner

    I'm going to say that without context as to what "talked back" meant, denying your kid food while specifically making his favorite for others to torture him sounds like an extreme overreaction.

    He got to eat his spaghetti along with everyone else relax.

    I take a dim view towards slurs that he picks up on the bus from the "cool kids"

    Best to stomp that shit out.

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    credeikicredeiki Registered User regular
    milski wrote: »
    Jacobkosh wrote: »
    Grape Ape wrote: »
    Jacobkosh wrote: »
    Arch wrote: »
    Jacobkosh wrote: »
    Grape Ape wrote: »
    Obsidian is like if Bioware gave a shit

    I am p sure bioware gives a shit

    I like obsidian too - I have mastered the esoteric arts of liking two similar things at the same time - but I am not thrilled with obsidian seemingly angling themselves hard at the cheetovore crowd who get super mad about "SJWs"

    wait whats this now
    Honk wrote: »
    Jacobkosh wrote: »
    Grape Ape wrote: »
    Obsidian is like if Bioware gave a shit

    I am p sure bioware gives a shit

    I like obsidian too - I have mastered the esoteric arts of liking two similar things at the same time - but I am not thrilled with obsidian seemingly angling themselves hard at the cheetovore crowd who get super mad about "SJWs"

    Have they done something specifically on this line or is it like in a general sense you get from them?

    Pillars of Eternity's kickstarter campaign and promo interviews etc had this whole "this is REAL roleplaying for REAL roleplayers, we know how you guys feel about those icky romances that other companies do :wink: " vibe going on and the glooberbarbl crowd anointed them as the chosen ones

    If it wasn't actual dogwhistling - and it msy not have been as the actual game is fine -it felt like they were perfectly happy with having that crowd in their corner

    I have complex feelings about all of that. More than I normally would like to admit about a bleep bloop vidcon company; suffice it to say that I resent you for baiting me into a real conversation with nuance!

    I enjoyed Pillars of Eternity immensely, and had a very different read in re: REAL roleplaying for REAL roleplayers... no icky romances.
    As far as I'm concerned, Bioware Romance is synonymous with fanservice nonsense.

    You know what would would have been a much better Mass Effect Romance? If Shephard had such immense anxiety from the PTSD of fighting galaxy-devouring robots that he couldn't get it up to fuck; Jack and Shephard then actually bond over how enormously horrific being a one-person war machine is, and resolve to attend group meetings 'once all of this settles'

    PoE didn't have any of that, as far as I could tell. I didn't go looking for a romance in it, so if I completely missed an MRA subplot then I suppose my experience was better for it.
    The whole kickstarter pledge to insert whatever you want into our videogame was a mistake, but I think they as a company handled that pretty well.. They ran it back in a way that I'm not sure if I agree with, but I absolutely respect.

    You got a different read from it, and I suspect a solid majority of the PA community did as well. That's fine. The trend of 'X company did something disagreeable and so I can't feel good about them' is absurd. It reeks of absolutism that I don't think is genuinely even the stance of the poster, but lends itself to this sharp line in the sand being drawn after every scandal regardless of magnitude: if you don't agree you are complicit in the stances that other people that like what you like also like.

    Bioware is a shell of the company that produced games that I loved. Obsidian produces games very similar to ones I loved, but has some weird social baggage that they recently accrued.

    I just wanted to some easy agrees for memebating aioua's 'X is like if Y gave a shit' why do you keep pushing me to be something more

    tryhard posting is like if shitposting gave a shit, I guess :(

    okay I just got back from the gym and I am waiting on food so I am going to type in bullet points rather than quote mining everything

    - I don't get the "fanservice" complaint in this context. Unlike actual fanservice panty shots and shit, it's not an unwelcome intrusion; nobody is forcing you to engage with that element of the game. It also feels like an en passant gripe about those not-real gamers with their pinterests and their cosplays.

    - I have seen so many discussions take the shape of "oh well obviously these videogame romances are terrible except for [the one I did], why can't they all be like [the one I did] because it was super great and I really connected to what was going on" which you think would maybe inspire a bit of introspection about the degree to which it can be a very personal reaction but lol nope

    - I don't think Pillars had an MRA subplot. As I said, I think the game itself was fine. But the positioning of it as REAL roleplaying left a really shitty taste in my mouth, a) because D&D-style gear- and stats-based quasi-real-time tactical combat is not actually the end all and be all of roleplaying and these allegedly REAL gamers might know this if they had ever actually played a tabletop game and b) it was tapping into this giant well of grievance about all of bioware's terrible sins with regard to, like, oh man, this lady who writes there said it would be cool to have a story mode in games for people who just want to play the story and not fuck around with 30 hours of man-shooting

    - I don't think bioware is a hollow shell of a company. every single one of their games has tried to push the envelope in a new way. sometimes they fall right on their fucking face, as with the ME3 ending, or maybe kind of get lost down a blind alley, as with inquisition going all-in on the companion characterizations to the exclusion of almost anything else. but all of these new things get taken as proof that, i don't even fucking know, EA is going to steal your firstborn or something.

    - meanwhile, Pillars had a very good story but serious gameplay and balance issues, as well as the bugs that have become an Obsidian byword, but that's okay because it has sent up the correct subcultural smoke signals. I still enjoyed the game, but I think the game is the beneficiary of a ridiculous double standard among people who pride themselves on being the leet hardcorex

    Just my typical side rant, but: Pillars of Eternity encounter design was crap and intentionally going for the "Wizards get a pile of awesome save or dies, warriors get to spend three feats to trip people" class setup was an obviously terrible decision made to throw it back to people who think D&D 3.5e is the epitome of balance. And yet in spite of that they managed to completely neuter any sort of interesting/gamebreaking character building with how boring and uninspired their feat choices were!

    I liked the combat; it felt crunchy.

    Only thing that could have made it better was romance options for Aloth/Eder/Pallegina/that bard guy who lives in my keep because he's useless wtf is his name/Hiravias...

    (however, no romance options for Durance/Sagani/Grieving Mother, for various reasons.)

    Steam, LoL: credeiki
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    rockrngerrockrnger Registered User regular
    I really feel for anyone who has to write for videogames because gamers will roll on a character that isn't 100 percent pleasant at all times (and some who are)

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    P10P10 An Idiot With Low IQ Registered User regular
    edited October 2016
    and i think is purely based on the writing and the gameplay is only tangential. since kotor2's gameplay was kotor1's gameplay, alpha protocol's gameplay was me1's gameplay, nwn2 is nwn1's gameplay (except with parties)
    the only real break is PoE, which was meant to be an homage to D&D cRPGs from the 90s (but again going back to Bioware with Baldur's Gate, although also IWD)

    P10 on
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    Apothe0sisApothe0sis Have you ever questioned the nature of your reality? Registered User regular
    Kana wrote: »
    One of the bits in Witcher 3 I really liked is how Geralt and Yennifer sorta feel like a divorced couple realizing they want to get back together. And one of the things that really ties them together isn't just the relationship between each other, its that they both think of Geralt's ward Ciri as a daughter and no matter what else they argue about they've both 100% dedicated to Ciri.

    Like it's still got vidya game sexytimes, but they started having sex well before the beginning of witcher 3, their story arc is more about an emotional rapprochement long after the first blush of the relationship has worn off.

    It really contrasts with most other RPG relationships, where like all you have to do is just agree with whatever they say a bunch and never disagree or clash on anything and be rewarded with sex and a conflict-free romantic relationship from there on out. It's just a really boring way to write human relationships.

    Right, but The Witcher has the great strength of there being essentially no room for character customisation, Gerald is Geralt. This sort of story is essentially impossible if you intend to continue to make the main NPC a player insert (at least at the current levels of technology available to us).

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    ArchArch Neat-o, mosquito! Registered User regular
    Organichu wrote: »
    i don't say this nastily tho it might come off that way: my favorite thing about facebook now is watching various classes of friends- grad students, writers, retail workers, tech workers- make their jobs sound not only more important than other jobs but like, more... interesting? no. nuanced? culturally telling? i hesitate to name examples lest any chatters take specific umbrage if they belong to that group but there is just something about like, #just[occupation]things and all the related kind of commentary that makes me laugh.

    it is good that i value not taking one's identity too seriously or else i'd hate myself and all my friends

    how dare u

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    P10P10 An Idiot With Low IQ Registered User regular
    durance romance would be hilarious tho
    where's the ugly in both appearance and personality romance representation

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    credeikicredeiki Registered User regular
    Kana wrote: »
    credeiki wrote: »
    Shivahn wrote: »
    credeiki wrote: »
    Shivahn wrote: »
    credeiki wrote: »
    Shivahn wrote: »
    credeiki wrote: »
    Shivahn wrote: »
    The thing I hate is the sex as victory, which is definitely the case in earlier ME, but in later ones it's just part of stuff.

    But a sex scene is a good way to show that you've progressed to the next level of intimacy in many relationship models! Like not everyone does that and some people fuck first obviously, but it makes sense that that is how relationship progress can be shown? It's also for many people a clear line between 'we are flirting' and 'we are dating'.

    I think one reason the Isabella relationship is good is because the way you know she actually cares is more about conversation and her life choices rather than her sleeping with you--although there's also that of course!

    Oh no, that's definitely true! Sex is a good way of showing you've progressed to a level of intimacy for many people, especially if there's a build up and fear but desire and etc. But it's not the only thing, and there is more after it. First time sex between people is a big deal (well, it can be), and definitely deserves to be part of romances, but like, what about all the stuff after? If anything, it makes the relationship deeper - yet that's ignored completely in many games, because sex happened, sideplot over.

    Basically I don't think I disagree with you. Sex is important. It just isn't the victory state of a relationship.

    Right, I just haven't actually played a game where that is the case, I think? Maybe because I consider game sequels to be continuations of the plot. But even within single games, I can't think of when this happened.

    I don't remember more than perhaps a tiny side mention of romance stuff with Liara after sex with her, at least.

    Hm yeah my memories of ME1 are pretty faint. I think you boned really close to the end, and then it was just crisis crisis crisis, so I didn't particularly expect to have scenes where I was watching netflix with Kaidan.

    Right, that is pretty true (been a few years for me, too). But I think that's kind of the point? They could've put the sex anywhere they wanted. Instead they chose to insert the sex during the climax (heheheh), so it felt like that was the end/victory thing.

    I would much prefer it if you got to watch Netflix afterwards, even in the same scene as the sex (though later stuff would be nice too).

    So I can imagine that for liara you could have sex whenever, so choosing the end felt arbitrary. I believe that with Kaiden you explicitly discuss that you'd like to, but given that you are his commanding officer, you are not going to right now. So it makes sense that you wait until it gets really desperate and you figure you'll probably die anyway.
    But of course, the way that in dragon age: inquisition you have sex maybe at the midway point and then spend the rest of the game hanging out, and your girlfriend bakes you cookies and whatnot...that was much nicer!

    This is one of the things I'd really like to see more in RPGs, relationships that follow different paths

    Bioware pretty much always, with some variation, goes like: okay Agree with Character 8 times to start romance, agree 12 times for kissing, agree with them 15 times and get to sex them before the end of the game as a reward.

    Like the sex isn't so much part of a story about an evolving relationship between two characters, it's just a reward for the player. It's just juvenile.

    DA:I was a bitter cleverer about at least mixing up the pacing of that formula, but like especially for most of the female characters it was still "just keep saying with what she wants to hear to eventually get sexytime."


    As stated previously, I think that this matches the path of many relationships, were you to parametrize them and talk about them as if they were games. And there are so many Bioware games where sex isn't right before the end/is clearly not the only thing happening in the relationship...

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    ArchArch Neat-o, mosquito! Registered User regular
    Before posting, always stop and think: is this too far? Am I a little sweaty, a little hesitant, because of this post's cruel specificity?

    If the answer is no, don't bother.

    and yet i feel like you only have knives for a specific few people....

    like....chu....

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    Hahnsoo1Hahnsoo1 Make Ready. We Hunt.Registered User regular
    Arch wrote: »
    Organichu wrote: »
    i don't say this nastily tho it might come off that way: my favorite thing about facebook now is watching various classes of friends- grad students, writers, retail workers, tech workers- make their jobs sound not only more important than other jobs but like, more... interesting? no. nuanced? culturally telling? i hesitate to name examples lest any chatters take specific umbrage if they belong to that group but there is just something about like, #just[occupation]things and all the related kind of commentary that makes me laugh.

    it is good that i value not taking one's identity too seriously or else i'd hate myself and all my friends

    how dare u
    Oh, there is definitely a line of posting in [chat] that falls under #JustArchThings. :D Mostly involving bugs.

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    JacobkoshJacobkosh Gamble a stamp. I can show you how to be a real man!Moderator mod
    milski wrote: »
    Jacobkosh wrote: »
    Grape Ape wrote: »
    Jacobkosh wrote: »
    Arch wrote: »
    Jacobkosh wrote: »
    Grape Ape wrote: »
    Obsidian is like if Bioware gave a shit

    I am p sure bioware gives a shit

    I like obsidian too - I have mastered the esoteric arts of liking two similar things at the same time - but I am not thrilled with obsidian seemingly angling themselves hard at the cheetovore crowd who get super mad about "SJWs"

    wait whats this now
    Honk wrote: »
    Jacobkosh wrote: »
    Grape Ape wrote: »
    Obsidian is like if Bioware gave a shit

    I am p sure bioware gives a shit

    I like obsidian too - I have mastered the esoteric arts of liking two similar things at the same time - but I am not thrilled with obsidian seemingly angling themselves hard at the cheetovore crowd who get super mad about "SJWs"

    Have they done something specifically on this line or is it like in a general sense you get from them?

    Pillars of Eternity's kickstarter campaign and promo interviews etc had this whole "this is REAL roleplaying for REAL roleplayers, we know how you guys feel about those icky romances that other companies do :wink: " vibe going on and the glooberbarbl crowd anointed them as the chosen ones

    If it wasn't actual dogwhistling - and it msy not have been as the actual game is fine -it felt like they were perfectly happy with having that crowd in their corner

    I have complex feelings about all of that. More than I normally would like to admit about a bleep bloop vidcon company; suffice it to say that I resent you for baiting me into a real conversation with nuance!

    I enjoyed Pillars of Eternity immensely, and had a very different read in re: REAL roleplaying for REAL roleplayers... no icky romances.
    As far as I'm concerned, Bioware Romance is synonymous with fanservice nonsense.

    You know what would would have been a much better Mass Effect Romance? If Shephard had such immense anxiety from the PTSD of fighting galaxy-devouring robots that he couldn't get it up to fuck; Jack and Shephard then actually bond over how enormously horrific being a one-person war machine is, and resolve to attend group meetings 'once all of this settles'

    PoE didn't have any of that, as far as I could tell. I didn't go looking for a romance in it, so if I completely missed an MRA subplot then I suppose my experience was better for it.
    The whole kickstarter pledge to insert whatever you want into our videogame was a mistake, but I think they as a company handled that pretty well.. They ran it back in a way that I'm not sure if I agree with, but I absolutely respect.

    You got a different read from it, and I suspect a solid majority of the PA community did as well. That's fine. The trend of 'X company did something disagreeable and so I can't feel good about them' is absurd. It reeks of absolutism that I don't think is genuinely even the stance of the poster, but lends itself to this sharp line in the sand being drawn after every scandal regardless of magnitude: if you don't agree you are complicit in the stances that other people that like what you like also like.

    Bioware is a shell of the company that produced games that I loved. Obsidian produces games very similar to ones I loved, but has some weird social baggage that they recently accrued.

    I just wanted to some easy agrees for memebating aioua's 'X is like if Y gave a shit' why do you keep pushing me to be something more

    tryhard posting is like if shitposting gave a shit, I guess :(

    okay I just got back from the gym and I am waiting on food so I am going to type in bullet points rather than quote mining everything

    - I don't get the "fanservice" complaint in this context. Unlike actual fanservice panty shots and shit, it's not an unwelcome intrusion; nobody is forcing you to engage with that element of the game. It also feels like an en passant gripe about those not-real gamers with their pinterests and their cosplays.

    - I have seen so many discussions take the shape of "oh well obviously these videogame romances are terrible except for [the one I did], why can't they all be like [the one I did] because it was super great and I really connected to what was going on" which you think would maybe inspire a bit of introspection about the degree to which it can be a very personal reaction but lol nope

    - I don't think Pillars had an MRA subplot. As I said, I think the game itself was fine. But the positioning of it as REAL roleplaying left a really shitty taste in my mouth, a) because D&D-style gear- and stats-based quasi-real-time tactical combat is not actually the end all and be all of roleplaying and these allegedly REAL gamers might know this if they had ever actually played a tabletop game and b) it was tapping into this giant well of grievance about all of bioware's terrible sins with regard to, like, oh man, this lady who writes there said it would be cool to have a story mode in games for people who just want to play the story and not fuck around with 30 hours of man-shooting

    - I don't think bioware is a hollow shell of a company. every single one of their games has tried to push the envelope in a new way. sometimes they fall right on their fucking face, as with the ME3 ending, or maybe kind of get lost down a blind alley, as with inquisition going all-in on the companion characterizations to the exclusion of almost anything else. but all of these new things get taken as proof that, i don't even fucking know, EA is going to steal your firstborn or something.

    - meanwhile, Pillars had a very good story but serious gameplay and balance issues, as well as the bugs that have become an Obsidian byword, but that's okay because it has sent up the correct subcultural smoke signals. I still enjoyed the game, but I think the game is the beneficiary of a ridiculous double standard among people who pride themselves on being the leet hardcorex

    Just my typical side rant, but: Pillars of Eternity encounter design was crap and intentionally going for the "Wizards get a pile of awesome save or dies, warriors get to spend three feats to trip people" class setup was an obviously terrible decision made to throw it back to people who think D&D 3.5e is the epitome of balance. And yet in spite of that they managed to completely neuter any sort of interesting/gamebreaking character building with how boring and uninspired their feat choices were!

    I think that the whole thing is a really interesting case study in how chaining yourself to a nostalgia market can backfire creatively (though obviously not financially as they're apparently doing a 2).

    Like, there were quality of life elements in the game UI and some of the class design that felt like Obsidian were aware of at least some of the issues with the model but they either weren't willing or weren't able to go all the way toward actually making it fully playable. And I actually have no idea which of those it is.

    Like, I think pausable real-time is fraught with a lot of inherent difficulties - for instance, if you want players/enemies to not get one-shotted, you need to inflate their health and defenses accordingly, but that means that fights will of necessity take many, many rounds and if you're pausing and making decisions every single time that becomes deadly dull. On the other hand, it's possible that solving that issue, and others, would change things so much from the BG2 formula that the fans would turn on the company like a pack of starving dogs.

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    rockrngerrockrnger Registered User regular
    Apothe0sis wrote: »
    Kana wrote: »
    One of the bits in Witcher 3 I really liked is how Geralt and Yennifer sorta feel like a divorced couple realizing they want to get back together. And one of the things that really ties them together isn't just the relationship between each other, its that they both think of Geralt's ward Ciri as a daughter and no matter what else they argue about they've both 100% dedicated to Ciri.

    Like it's still got vidya game sexytimes, but they started having sex well before the beginning of witcher 3, their story arc is more about an emotional rapprochement long after the first blush of the relationship has worn off.

    It really contrasts with most other RPG relationships, where like all you have to do is just agree with whatever they say a bunch and never disagree or clash on anything and be rewarded with sex and a conflict-free romantic relationship from there on out. It's just a really boring way to write human relationships.

    Right, but The Witcher has the great strength of there being essentially no room for character customisation, Gerald is Geralt. This sort of story is essentially impossible if you intend to continue to make the main NPC a player insert (at least at the current levels of technology available to us).

    Which to me indicates that it's silly to try.

    I mean, mass effect has handled three main character possibilities okish if you mind it not mattering in a larger sense.

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    ArchArch Neat-o, mosquito! Registered User regular
    Hahnsoo1 wrote: »
    Arch wrote: »
    Organichu wrote: »
    i don't say this nastily tho it might come off that way: my favorite thing about facebook now is watching various classes of friends- grad students, writers, retail workers, tech workers- make their jobs sound not only more important than other jobs but like, more... interesting? no. nuanced? culturally telling? i hesitate to name examples lest any chatters take specific umbrage if they belong to that group but there is just something about like, #just[occupation]things and all the related kind of commentary that makes me laugh.

    it is good that i value not taking one's identity too seriously or else i'd hate myself and all my friends

    how dare u
    Oh, there is definitely a line of posting in [chat] that falls under #JustArchThings. :D Mostly involving bugs.

    how dare you all

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    NecoNeco Worthless Garbage Registered User regular
    Where are all my 101 anime people?

    I need you

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    Sir LandsharkSir Landshark resting shark face Registered User regular
    hmm

    from our neighborhood FB page

    "If anyone sees this guy please watch out. I was just at Jewel and another customer came up to me to alert me that he had been following me for 10-15 min and taking pictures!!! I went to customer service to let them know and he ran out the door. The manager went in the parking lot to see if he could find him but he was gone. The scariest part is I had the baby with me. I think he was taking pics of me but what if he was taking them of the baby? So scary!!! I will for sure be calling the police next time I see him."

    So much to unpack here...

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    Apothe0sisApothe0sis Have you ever questioned the nature of your reality? Registered User regular
    Anyway in true sex isn't the victory condition, a relationship is the losing condition

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    P10P10 An Idiot With Low IQ Registered User regular
    Neco wrote: »
    Where are all my 101 anime people?

    I need you
    neco you're supposed to PM the cabal not post about it when a mod's right here

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    PowerpuppiesPowerpuppies drinking coffee in the mountain cabinRegistered User regular
    "please watch out"

    be cautious as a favor to me

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    NecoNeco Worthless Garbage Registered User regular
    @Jacobkosh, recycle the thread on page 100.

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    rockrngerrockrnger Registered User regular
    Neco wrote: »
    Where are all my 101 anime people?

    I need you

    Go watch Chihayafuru or my love story.

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    Jubal77Jubal77 Registered User regular
    Today was one of those days where I wanted to hide in the bathroom fake pooping.

    Turned into one of those days where people came and found me.

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    Sir LandsharkSir Landshark resting shark face Registered User regular
    Neco wrote: »
    Jacobkosh, recycle the thread on page 100.

    p10 I think neco might not be the anime fan we thought she was

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    NecoNeco Worthless Garbage Registered User regular
    I know I retired from shitposting but I have one last one, coming up next.

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    ArchArch Neat-o, mosquito! Registered User regular
    hmm

    from our neighborhood FB page

    "If anyone sees this guy please watch out. I was just at Jewel and another customer came up to me to alert me that he had been following me for 10-15 min and taking pictures!!! I went to customer service to let them know and he ran out the door. The manager went in the parking lot to see if he could find him but he was gone. The scariest part is I had the baby with me. I think he was taking pics of me but what if he was taking them of the baby? So scary!!! I will for sure be calling the police next time I see him."

    So much to unpack here...

    well i mean for starters, shark, don't follow people around and take pictures of their babies

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    rockrngerrockrnger Registered User regular
    Apothe0sis wrote: »
    Anyway in true sex isn't the victory condition, a relationship is the losing condition

    You're a god damn national treasure.

    And not a crappy b squad nation either.

    One of the good ones.

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    NecoNeco Worthless Garbage Registered User regular
    edited October 2016
    Ha

    Haha
    hahaha

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH

    Neco on
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    P10P10 An Idiot With Low IQ Registered User regular
    Neco wrote: »
    Jacobkosh, recycle the thread on page 100.

    p10 I think neco might not be the anime fan we thought she was
    maybe it's payback for throwing her under a bus earlier

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    Sir LandsharkSir Landshark resting shark face Registered User regular
    Arch wrote: »
    hmm

    from our neighborhood FB page

    "If anyone sees this guy please watch out. I was just at Jewel and another customer came up to me to alert me that he had been following me for 10-15 min and taking pictures!!! I went to customer service to let them know and he ran out the door. The manager went in the parking lot to see if he could find him but he was gone. The scariest part is I had the baby with me. I think he was taking pics of me but what if he was taking them of the baby? So scary!!! I will for sure be calling the police next time I see him."

    So much to unpack here...

    well i mean for starters, shark, don't follow people around and take pictures of their babies

    im sorry I thought this was america

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    Hahnsoo1Hahnsoo1 Make Ready. We Hunt.Registered User regular
    Jubal77 wrote: »
    Today was one of those days where I wanted to hide in the bathroom fake pooping.

    Turned into one of those days where people came and found me.
    First, they came for the fake poopers, and I did not speak out... for I was not a fake pooper...

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    JacobkoshJacobkosh Gamble a stamp. I can show you how to be a real man!Moderator mod
    Neco wrote: »
    @Jacobkosh, recycle the thread on page 100.

    you're not the boss of me

    Geth, recycle the thread.

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    GethGeth Legion Perseus VeilRegistered User, Moderator, Penny Arcade Staff, Vanilla Staff vanilla
    This thread is no longer active, and will be recycled.
    On average, this thread was blasting along at warp 5.4

    @Sir Landshark will create the new thread
    @Kana is backup

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