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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby ApaFox » February 14th, 2013, 5:41 pm

KirbyHead wrote:I participated in a Valentine's exchange on 4chan (ordinarily that might be crazy, but it was being organized by a very reliable person), and my gift was downright amazing. 4chan can be pretty damned cool sometimes.
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I still can't over the P4 googly-eyes. Best Valentine's Day, hands down.


Oh my goodness, I'm so jelly you could eat me up and get diabetes.

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Sonic-ock wrote:I think I'm going to try and go back to school.

Go you! What do you think you'll be going for?


Good on ya, old bean. Get that edjumakation.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Falconer » February 14th, 2013, 5:52 pm

It's okay if I ruin dinner now because I have a plate of chocolate-covered strawberries.

For a first try, I think they came out pretty good.

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Yes.
I am pleased.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby UrbanMysticDee » February 14th, 2013, 6:40 pm

First time I actually tried to get a date for Valentine's Day. I didn't, but work had the second most kick ass party ever. Even the work part was like a party. Truly a day to remember.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby mitchellbravo » February 14th, 2013, 7:40 pm

Falconer wrote:It's okay if I ruin dinner now because I have a plate of chocolate-covered strawberries.

For a first try, I think they came out pretty good.

Spoiler! :
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Yes.
I am pleased.

I odn't even like straberries and that looks good
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Seven Rain » February 15th, 2013, 11:47 pm

Fuck yeah, I'm going back to Chicago Speakeasy tomorrow. :D
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby The_Hankerchief » February 16th, 2013, 1:21 am

Sonic-ock wrote:I think I'm going to try and go back to school.


Spoiler! :
Join me on the basketball court, I'll take you there! (#ohnohedidn't!)


In all seriousness, awesome dude. What are you fixing to go back for?
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby gutache » February 16th, 2013, 9:17 am

It's my birthday, it's my birthday, I'm gonna party like it's my birthday. Which it is.
AHH I'M SO PUMPED. I'm wearing nice clothing and my good friends are gonna come over and then we're going to eat food at a greek restaurant and then PINK CAKE and then idk what else but it will be marvelous.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby UrbanMysticDee » February 16th, 2013, 11:16 am

I got to sleep six whole hours, in a row, with no pain! I'm so happy.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby mitchellbravo » February 16th, 2013, 7:58 pm

UrbanMysticDee wrote:I got to sleep six whole hours, in a row, with no pain! I'm so happy.

Sounds like you and i switched sleeps for a night. That's okay though, you could use the rest.


edit: Seriously, though, UMD, which of your legs has been giving you problems? Because now mine's acting up as well. Was I your leg in a past life?
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Sonic-ock » February 17th, 2013, 12:45 am

First I had afternoon sex, and I'm drunk and I got SO MANY spicy nuggets, today has been sweet.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Savoto » February 17th, 2013, 3:17 pm

I just got back from a weekend trip and I am blazing through this poetry essay. Next week is homecoming and I have my schedule packed with fun things to do.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby UrbanMysticDee » February 17th, 2013, 4:20 pm

mitchellbravo wrote:
UrbanMysticDee wrote:I got to sleep six whole hours, in a row, with no pain! I'm so happy.

Sounds like you and i switched sleeps for a night. That's okay though, you could use the rest.


edit: Seriously, though, UMD, which of your legs has been giving you problems? Because now mine's acting up as well. Was I your leg in a past life?

It's sciatica, the left side. The whole left side of my body is defective. My left hand has no coordination, my left eye has recurrent corneal erosion (thank God it hasn't eroded this whole month or I really would have killed someone), and now this started a week after that terrible incident with the heartless, hypocritical, huge asshole (mid January). You humans sure have fragile bodies.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Nymine » February 17th, 2013, 4:53 pm

Amended cat situation: SHE WAS HIDING IN THEIR COUCH AND GOT STUCK! One football sized upholstery hole later, my girl is back and healthy. Whew! Yes, Roomie A is a little steamed about the hole but I'll pay for it. I'm just glad Lunatic is still alive and well.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Seven Rain » February 18th, 2013, 4:00 am

Man, I just... I just gotta gush here for a second about how awesome life is nowadays. Not even like, a year ago, my circle of friends consisted of my buddies Alan and Dre, and Alan's previous GF. That was pretty much it outside of family and you ladies and gents.
Now I've been introduced to so many awesome, nerdy people to hang out and game with it's not even funny. NERD FRIENDS YOU GUYS. IN DES MOINES. IT'S AWESOME.
Among them I'm also meeting a more dudes that share my enjoyment of romance and girly stuff in animu/games, which is refreshing, as well as a dude with a laptop who's actually into MMOs like Planetside 2 and SDGO that I'm hard-pressed getting anyone else to play.
I may not live on my own or drive yet, but damn it all I couldn't ask for a more enjoyable social life save for like, hooking up with a nerdy GF. Hell, I just spent the past hour playing Star Fox Assault MP for the first time in years with two of the aforementioned friends. This is muhfuggin living.




*EDIT*
Also, I totally thought of a way to end my RPG in a way that makes the use of stock RPGMVXA sprites ignorable, leaving only the "original" characters, (made with the character creator, but still...) to be truly recognized by canon.
I'm happy with this little idea. Hopefully it'll provide extra motivation to put more passion into the project as a whole.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Afrohawkman » February 18th, 2013, 9:57 am

Seven Rain wrote:Man, I just... I just gotta gush here for a second about how awesome life is nowadays. Not even like, a year ago, my circle of friends consisted of my buddies Alan and Dre, and Alan's previous GF. That was pretty much it outside of family and you ladies and gents.
Now I've been introduced to so many awesome, nerdy people to hang out and game with it's not even funny. NERD FRIENDS YOU GUYS. IN DES MOINES. IT'S AWESOME.
Among them I'm also meeting a more dudes that share my enjoyment of romance and girly stuff in animu/games, which is refreshing, as well as a dude with a laptop who's actually into MMOs like Planetside 2 and SDGO that I'm hard-pressed getting anyone else to play.

I know the feeling, good sir. After years and years of searching, I've finally found it at my college: The Gaming Club! I can finally have people to play all the Nerdy Table Top games I've wanted to play with others for years! I can't wait to head back there tonight, I'm so happy that I found it.

If I'm lucky, maybe I'll find some people to work with for my Commentary channel as well. They mentioned video games quite frequently during the club so it'd be great to find some good people to do commentating with. :mrgreen:
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