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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Seven Rain » February 8th, 2010, 1:08 am

I finally decided to start playing Majora's Mask again. I finished that damn Water temple, which is always something to be happy about in a Zelda game. XD
(EDIT: As optimistic as I feel about it, that probably belongs in the Gaming thread. XD)
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby TCF » February 8th, 2010, 2:06 am

Can we have a pessimistic thread for people like me?
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Molly-sama » February 8th, 2010, 2:09 am

TCF wrote:Can we have a pessimistic thread for people like me?

I thought that was the venting thread?

Also: snowsnowsnowsnowsnowsnowPLEEEEEASE SNOW AGAIN!!!
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Momentosis » February 8th, 2010, 3:03 am

Last year, I visited a park I had not visited since my childhood.

I forget what grade I was in but I was pretty young, just in elementary school. The class had gone there on a field trip. There we were met with pro-environmentalist stuff setup throughout the place. We got to search through owl pellets and touch snakes and look at fish in and stuff there.

Much had change in the years of my absence from there.

The park no longer had its fresh green look. Many of the trees were barren and gray. The nearby swamplands had been closed off due to the fact the area had dried out. The stream where I watched fish swim by, I could walk through without getting wet. And trash strewn about.



I don't know. It just kinda depressed me a bit.





EDIT: Misread thread.

Hrmm... It snowed! Alot! It barely ever snows much here in NC.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby xwx101 » February 8th, 2010, 3:25 am

Well finally at this moment I realize I should take things one step at a time and not try to cram everything into one big mess. So now I feel moving at a good pace helps me draw a bit smoother. Good Thread.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby granmastern » February 8th, 2010, 4:53 am

Mr Aids wrote:
bricks wrote:Oh, I remember a thread like this before.. and I ruined it with pessimism hahah


Ah the nostalgia


*looks for my post from there*
*looks at post in this thread*

So it seems that I'm someone who's happy for old people.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Czar Squid » February 8th, 2010, 8:56 am

granmastern wrote:
Mr Aids wrote:
bricks wrote:Oh, I remember a thread like this before.. and I ruined it with pessimism hahah


Ah the nostalgia


*looks for my post from there*
*looks at post in this thread*

So it seems that I'm someone who's happy for old people.


I like old people too. Ranging from the obnoxiously angry to the forgetful sleepy ones. I think they are fun to get to know, even the grumpy ones.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby SuperBiasedMan » February 8th, 2010, 10:51 am

Mr Aids wrote:
bricks wrote:Oh, I remember a thread like this before.. and I ruined it with pessimism hahah


Ah the nostalgia


All I remember from that thread is that someone pointed out the fact that it was called 'the Positive Thread' and started by 'Mr Aids'.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Nokio » February 8th, 2010, 4:37 pm

Today it was sunny outside, for the first time in weeks.
And the cafeteria had coffee milk.

I love coffee milk.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Sharky001 » February 8th, 2010, 4:42 pm

Just finished the draft for my final piece in Art Class. My blend of San Gimignano and New York city looks surprisingly okay, and I even managed to fit flying whales in there. It makes me happy.
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Seven Rain » February 8th, 2010, 4:43 pm

Sharky001 wrote:Just finished the draft for my final piece in Art Class. My blend of San Gimignano and New York city looks surprisingly okay, and I even managed to fit flying whales in there. It makes me happy.

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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Molly-sama » February 8th, 2010, 5:21 pm

Huzzah and make merry! lol

It snoooooooooowed again! Haha...there was no school today, I get to sleep laaate (and avoid the fact I stayed up til 4 when if I had had school I would've had to get up at 7:30). ;)

And it's still snowing. And sticking. And freezing. Whoot! Just hoping everyone's okay is the only worry today. :)

But I'm paranoid, so that's really no different from any other day...
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Dahliabot » February 8th, 2010, 5:38 pm

Last night I ended up going grocery shopping with my brother and his friend, we ran into my friend Wes. He found out I was fifteen which made him freak out. Probably one of the best parts of yesterday. 8D;;
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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Mr Aids » February 8th, 2010, 6:33 pm

SuperBiasedMan wrote:
Mr Aids wrote:
bricks wrote:Oh, I remember a thread like this before.. and I ruined it with pessimism hahah


Ah the nostalgia


All I remember from that thread is that someone pointed out the fact that it was called 'the Positive Thread' and started by 'Mr Aids'.


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Re: The optimistic thread

Postby Amante » February 8th, 2010, 6:54 pm

Finally finished chapter 1 of BlackBlade Rising. The first chapter to ever be completed on any of my stories. That makes me happy.

Classes are pretty fun, save for the buttloads of work, but hopefully it helps me to be less of a procrastinator. I'm a pretty optimistic person overall.
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