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Free Talk / Re: The Chat Thread
« on: June 11, 2015, 03:30:12 pm »
I haven't been in this forum for probably literally years.

Nice to still recognize people's names though.

Free Talk / Re: The Chat Thread
« on: December 01, 2012, 04:40:35 pm »
I still function.

Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter A: Discussion
« on: November 14, 2011, 02:41:48 pm »
So Maytag grew up in an orphanage run by Gendo Ikari?

I've decided that I would be willing to engage in bondage activities, but only the other person is willing to put their hand in my mouth.

As a sign of good faith, you understand.

Free Talk / Re: The Chat Thread
« on: May 02, 2011, 08:56:57 am »

Free Talk / Re: Getting reacquainted.
« on: April 22, 2011, 10:03:09 am »
Yo! Welcome back. I haven't been here in awhile either...

Being in love with a lesbian sucks.

The answer is clear, CDSM, become a lesbian yourself.

....but yeah, being in love at all with anyone can be just as difficult. (I, for one, am not really cut out for it.) At least now you might not get as much false hope.

Believe me, if I could find that Pool of Drowned Girl somewhere there, I'd be all over that.

Obligatory answer: T-Shirt and normal length jean shorts.

CDSM: Try someone who loves you back, but only platonically as she isn't attracted to you, but wishes she was. Definitely gives that Universe-hates-me feeling. Or the Universe-likes-f***ing-with-me one; take your pick.
Smiles: Those shorts are not short enough, I've seen much shorter on a near daily basis down here.

Been there, done that, got the t-shirt.

Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 29: Discussion
« on: April 16, 2011, 02:28:54 pm »
I forgot for a little while that her name wasn't Maytag. "V. Kingfisher," right?
I wonder what the V stands for... Verona?

I think it was Veranda.

Being in love with a lesbian sucks.

Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 29: Discussion
« on: April 13, 2011, 05:12:11 am »
Please, please, PLEASE tell me we'll get to see Piranha Dan.

Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 28: Discussion
« on: February 23, 2011, 12:29:03 pm »
This is the most intense the comic has ever been.

By the way, I never thought cheating on Galdur's part. I just took him as the type to make random shots for the hell of it, on top his regular card playing skills.

The "hero call" as the other guy calls it.

Flipside Discussion / Re: Mistake Thread
« on: February 07, 2011, 09:14:29 am »
The update below it said he was having connection problems, so that might be part of the problem. I'm sure it'll get fixed soon enough.

The Debate Room / Re: Nature versus technology
« on: January 18, 2011, 08:42:48 pm »

I can see how it would look arbitrary. I'm a conservative. So I want us to minimise the chance that humanity goes extinct. The longer we survive, the longer we have to figure out how to solve our problems. We don't have to go for broke with approaches that might kill us all but might solve everything quick.

Anything we do that's supposed to keep 8 billion people surviving will require a lot of risk. But to keep 200 million alive, or maybe even 1 billion, we can do with pretty much certainty -- except that we might tear things up pretty bad in the process of getting the population down.

To my way of thinking, killing everybody is a nihilist approach. Supporting a population that's sustainable with proven technology is a conservative approach. Trying to support a giant population by betting that untested technology will work is a radical approach. The differences among these don't look arbitrary to me.

I think killing off 7 billion+ people just to keep the human race alive...something you wouldn't even personally benefit a pretty bleak solution.
Really, that's just being sentimental.

The Debate Room / Re: Nature versus technology
« on: January 16, 2011, 05:50:06 pm »
I think we have quite enough food, land, and water for the current population.

We're just horribly inefficient at using it.

And it's not like this is an apocalyptic deal where the whole world is starving from overpopulation.

Also, you're "logical" and "rational" idea seems to be kind of arbitrary. Logically, why don't we just kill everyone? All problems ever, solved.

Flipside Discussion / Re: The Links Page... Anyone Noticed?
« on: January 14, 2011, 07:16:42 pm »
It traumatized them and they ran away.

Or Maytag throttled them all...thus they couldn't comment upon it...

Free Talk / Re: The 'What Did You Accomplish Today?' Thread
« on: December 03, 2010, 02:54:05 pm »
I joined an online dating site attempted contact!

Cross fingers and hope for a response!

Free Talk / Re: The 'What Did You Accomplish Today?' Thread
« on: November 18, 2010, 12:43:21 pm »
I almost hit a deer the other day.

The Debate Room / Re: Predetermite family love
« on: October 09, 2010, 03:31:37 pm »
You're statement is a tad too black an white there CDSM.

One of my uncles died recently, never said more than 'hi how are you' to him my entire life (sometimes not even that on the rare occasion I saw him). I know regulars that come into the 7-11 better than I knew him. Yet I'm a douche because I didn't love a stranger?

Or maybe my Dads current wife, she's a huge pain in my ass whenever I have to deal with her, should I love her too because she is technically family?

I predominantly meant family members you associate with on a semi-regular basis, and not including those who might be outsiders.
But if a cousin who's been pretty good with you in spite of maybe being a little annoying, I think it's right to have their back when they need it, whether you really like them or not.

I have returned, you jostling jamboree of jackanapeses!

The Debate Room / Re: Predetermite family love
« on: October 08, 2010, 04:00:02 pm »
I think you should love your family unless they seriously wrong you.
If you don't, then you're just a douche.
Though if they screw you over, well, loving them anyway is pretty stupid.

Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 26: Discussion
« on: September 23, 2010, 10:23:14 am »
I'm glad Bern is still herself.
After everything she gone through by magic so far it's no wonder she could become even more paranoid.
Really it's scary seeing it from Bern perspective what magic can do with normal people and you can't do anything against it.
If Bern would be put under Fata's illusions she would never escape it, not mentioning bath incident where she acted against her sexuality and was almost violated, or how Suspiria raped her mentally with truth spell.
I really hope Bern will get in future some means of defence/resistance against magic.

This was the whole point of getting the other sword, wasn't it? Or am I forgetting exactly how that was supposed to work?

It's time for erotic madlibs:

Last summer, my friend Ron Jeremy got a job at the bootylicious Pastry Shop. For the first few weeks, he pounded the floors, teabagged on the shelves, and unloaded sixty-nine-pound sacks of flour from the delivery trucks.

Finally, Megan Fox, the owner, told Ron Jeremy that she would teach him to make bread. “Now, pay attention, Ron Jeremy,” she said deliciously. “I'll make the first batch of dough. Then you can make the next batch while I go to the strip club.”

Poor Ron Jeremy! He had a habit of letting his third leg wander. When Megan Fox left for the strip club, he started to mix the ingredients. “Let me see,” he said. “I think she put in over nine thousand packages of yeast.”

A short while later, the dough started transforming into tentacles. It kept on transforming into tentacles. Ron Jeremy tried to cover it with a(n) raging stiffie, but the dough wouldn't stop transforming into tentacles. It was everywhere! “What can I do?” thought Ron Jeremy.

Just then, Megan Fox returned from the strip club. "Ron Jeremy!" she screamed. “What have you done?”

“It's not my fault,” cried Ron Jeremy. “The dough just started transforming into tentacles and wouldn't stop.”

Megan Fox had to let him go. Now Ron Jeremy has a job making orgasms. I don't think he'll ever eat bread again, let alone make it.

That worked out surprisingly well.
Find them here:
Let's see your own!

Favorite zombie movie?Does Legend of Zelda count? There are zombies in it.

Favorite arcade game?Marvel vs. Capcom

Second-favorite arcade game?Eh, some other fighting game.

Favorite flash game?Dunno.

Second-favorite flash game? See Above

Favorite puzzle game? Does Legend of Zelda count? It also has puzzles.

Why can't I hold all these limes?Because they are spiky.

During the common exchange of the phrase with that special someone, are you more prone to saying "I love you" (taking the initiative) or "I love you too" (waiting for them to say it first)?I used to be more prone to taking the initiative, but now I flat out refuse to take initiative.

♫What is love?♫♫Baby don't hurt me, don't hurt me no more♫

Why does the poem go "violets are blue" when they're really more of a purplish color?Some cultures do not differentiate between blue and some shades of purple

What's the most public setting you've masturbated in, and was it successful?The basement. Only slightly more public than my bedroom.

Tell me, what do you see in this picture?Pancakes.

Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 26: Discussion
« on: September 21, 2010, 08:24:57 pm »
That Bern is prudish even to the point of disliking nudity with doctors is a little surprising.

« on: September 18, 2010, 10:26:31 pm »

So very yes.

Sharing that with all my friends.

The Debate Room / Re: Why is Assassination Wrong?
« on: September 18, 2010, 10:25:19 pm »
IIRC, didn't the US military try to take out Saddam with a missile aimed at his room in his mansion/palace/wherever he resided? (and missed) Which was apparently okay, since it was a missile and not a sniper's bullet?  ::)

Well, open war was at least going on.

The shady aspect would be if we had no troops in Iraq and just sent a guy to cap Saddam and everybody in his house.

Free Talk / Re: Forumite Picture thread
« on: September 18, 2010, 09:16:31 pm »
Okay...I got a weird request.

I need someone to model for me. I need a foot (left foot) with its heel on the ground and toe pointed up and facing slightly out. Preferably wearing a hooker boot or something with a heel on it.

I'm drawing a picture where the character's standing with their foot in this position, and I can't seem to get it right, it just looks weird.

Anyone up to the task?

Artist's Den / Re: Emp's creative corner
« on: September 17, 2010, 10:47:38 am »
Is he giving us the finger?

Artist's Den / Re: Sketches/CG, both old and new. (some NSFW)
« on: September 17, 2010, 10:47:07 am »
I like the second one in the first post.

Pop Culture / Re: What are you currently listening to?
« on: September 17, 2010, 10:44:34 am »

Gossip - heavy cross

I was completely surprised when i saw rock am ring 2010 on MTV and they showed this clip.
When do you ever get to see a girl like this perform like that? Mainstream media destroys them...

Fuck, some people even think Amy Lee is too fat......

And the song is catchy

Mainstream Media needs to fuck off.
Most people slinging insults aren't hotties either, or have none of the singing talent, so whatever.

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