• Article: To stay active during the Corona Outbreak, play fitness games on the wii or kinect.

    Apparently this article 1. Believes that the kinect was actually any good and that there are people who actually own one and 2. Thinks that it's still 2010
    So if a homosexual person plays the straight man in a comedy routine, does the role become the gay man?
    Elowyn
    Elowyn
    *scratches head* hmmm...
    Word of the day: Hmm'd or Hm'd. It's a word I invented a long time ago. It has one specific use as a dialogue tag for when a character says "Hmmm..." or any variation thereof.
    Harry and Ron: Ugh! This sucks! We have to do one foot essays!

    The average length of a sheet of loose leaf paper is 11 inches. I would kill for essays that short. You little pricks have no right to complain!
    You know what's annoying? I can't insult anyone. Call somebody an idiot in school? Detention. Call someone a hypocrite on an internet forum? Infraction and sometimes even a full on temp ban. It's just... really annoying.
    Default Avatar Anonymity Law: Users who never set an avatar beyond the default one are virtually indistinguishable from one another.
    • Corollary: The longer a user goes without setting an avatar beyond the default one the more likely they are to leave the forums and never retu
    Things your english teacher was wrong about: Using said is bad.

    Using said is fine. Sure you shouldn't use it in excess but using too many alternative dialogue tags are even worse. Nobody will take you seriously if your characters "hiss" or "growl" every line. If you don't want to use said try describing the character's actions instead. Saying that your character slammed the desk communicates what you're trying to potray much better than any said bookism.

    That being said, some said bookisms are fine. "Asked" is perfectly fine so long as a character is asking a question. "Shouted" is another okay one so long as your character is actually speaking loudly. Heck, sometimes even "growled" is acceptable. But you should never use them in excess. Otherwise people will think your a bad writer who constantly has Thesaurus.Com open in another tab.
    Similarities between Britain and the US: Nobody likes us. Literally nobody. Everybody hates Britain, everybody hates the US. It's just a fact of life that we are very unlikeable countries that have done, are doing, and will do terrible things.
    English Teacher: Your villains need to be complicated and nuanced with a backstory that explains why they're doing evil. Otherwise, it's bad writing.
    Maleficent, Ursula, Emperor Palpetine, and others: Am I a joke to you?
    Have you ever noticed that irl dictators tend to look a lot like the villains in movie adapttions of Shakespeare plays?
    Romeo and Juliet is the story of two people who knew eachother for about a week and decided to get married and then commited mutual suicide for no reason. And people base their relationships off of this.

    Maybe it's because I'm Asexual or maybe I just don't understand love period, but I cannot fathom how this is romantic. If anything it's a very dark comedy.
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    Elowyn
    Elowyn
    "We live together or we die together," is what they're stating pm.
    BackSet
    BackSet
    I repeat: they knew eachother for all of a week.
    Elowyn
    Elowyn
    They were all in. (Hopeless romantic here.) I mean, maybe you just know when you know, yanno? xD (I'm just being obnoxious)
    Why did Hamlet even bother with all the murder stuff. The prophecy said he'd be king so he could have just gone on with his life as normal and wind up king anyway and then later when he inevitably got to tired or to old to be king he'd hand the kingship over to the other dude. Problem solved.
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    LegoLad659
    LegoLad659
    I thought in the olden days murdering people to become king was just what you did back then?
    Kaerri
    Kaerri
    It was what his uncle did, anyway.
    You know Satan has it better than Jesus when you think about it.

    He rules in hell, gets to torture and screw with all the people he wants, and almost never has to deal with the negative consequences for his actions because he's actually some metaphor for hubris or gullibility or something.

    Meanwhile, Jesus died in an excruciating manner (the word excruciating was literally made up to describe his pain) for a bunch of ungrateful bastards who twist his words to justify their actions and still lives with his dad.
    BackSet
    BackSet
    Why even bother.
    Deredere
    Deredere
    To be less of a burden to my family so I have to share their valuex.
    BackSet
    BackSet
    Screw values.

    When you're an atheist you don't have to worry about how every decision you make will affect what happens after you die.

    As long as you don't think about the existential void of nothingness following death everything will be fine.
    There's an unused script for Archie where Archie, Betty, and Veronica discover threesomes.
    Somehow forgot this one:
    • Law of Account Links: People with the same name and avatar in different sites are almost always the same person.
      • Exception: Popular people don't count, as the account could be an imposter pretending to be them.
    If there's one thing that the US and Britain have in common it's that we're both stuck up narcissists with massive egos who think that we're right and everyone else is wrong.
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