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    i can;t jelly my di a h a ha haaa
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    harris wittels died and i;m sad as heck about it
  3. yeah, i have around 20 mods installed at the moment and none of them are more than minor gameplay alterations. they're mostly bug fixes, armour fixes, small quality of life stuff (don't accidentally kill people in brawls, civilian npcs run inside during dragon/vampire attacks, get all ore from a vein in one mining animation). not to mention that there's programs to handle all the finicky load order shit so you p. much never run into an issue that requires a reinstall or anything. most of your complaints were ones i had before i looked into modding stuff, and realised it was 200x easier than i previously assumed. you're right that there are literal tonnes of embarrassing porn shit on the workshop, though that stuff's pretty easily filtered, i've found. you're definitely doing yourself a disservice if you refuse to even look at any mods on principle.
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    encase every police officer in a giant bulletproof zorb ball and every problem will be solved, i guarantee it you're welcome, amerikkka
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    a good protest is meant to be disruptive to the average person, it's how you get them to pay attention
  6. tell her you have real loose teeth, that dangle like a windchime in the confines of yr mouth. teeth just constantly on the verge of falling out, all wiggly and wobbly, so any hefty kissing action might result w/her ending up with a few more teeth than she started with.
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    or sew your mouth shut with baling twine
  8. i'm glad somebody finally made a bonfire club, i can't wait to discuss the economic and sociopolitical symbolism behind knife party's "bonfire" (Nasty let it down) (Will never let it on) Do not burn girl I'll be nasty let it down Meh sweat drops, from the dark me love me sanity Let me take tha matches down you'll will never let it on Bo bo bo bo bon bonfire No do not burn girl I'll be nasty let it down Meh sweat drops, from the dark me love me sanity Let me take tha matches off you'll will never let it on Bo bo bo bo bon bonfire Bo bo bo bo bo bo bon bonfire Hey bo bo bo bo bon bonfire Hey bo bo bo bo bon bonfire Hey bo bo bo bo bon bonfire Hey bo bo bo bo bon bonfire Hey bo bo bo bo bon bonfire Do not burn girl I'll be nasty let it down Meh sweat drops, from the dark me love me sanity Let me take tha matches down you'll will never let it on No do not burn girl I'll be nasty let it down The sweat drops, from the dark me love me sanity Let me take tha matches off you'll will never let it on Hey bo bo bo bo bon bonfire Do not burn girl I'll be nasty let it down Meh sweat drops, from the dark me love me sanity Let me take tha matches off you'll will never let it on No do not burn girl I'll be nasty let it down Meh sweat drops, from the dark me love me sanity Let me take tha matches off you'll will never let it on Bo bo bo bo bo bo bon bonfire Hey bo bo bo bo bon bonfire Hey bo bo bo bo bon bonfire Hey bo bo bo bo bon bonfire Hey bo bo bo bo bon bonfire Hey bo bo bo bo bon bonfire Do not burn girl I'll be nasty let it down Meh sweat drops, from the dark me love me sanity Let me take tha matches off you'll will never let it on No do not burn girl I'll be nasty let it down Meh sweat drops, from the dark me love me sanity Let me take tha matches off you'll will never let it on Hey bo bo bo bo bon bonfire personally i'm leaning towards it being about some kind of hypothetical marxist revolution??
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    they're usually scam artists that rely on cold reading to make it look like they can read minds i'd say avoid them
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    runthejewels.net rtj2 out now
  11. yes me pick me pick me basically the first couple of discworld books are straight fantasy parody/satire. it's pretty funny, but also pretty simple and can get a bit tired. about five books in is where it starts getting good, the world gets developed, gets its quirks and idiosyncrasies, etc. Bolded are books I think are particularly standout. I'd say there are about 4 main groups of characters/settings the series mostly follows, though they cross over pretty frequently. Death in particularly usually shows up every book, for the obvious reason. There's the Rincewind/wizard books which started the earliest so they're the most derivative of other fantasy stuff. Probably worth leaving off until you're into it more. Basically about a terrible wizard who somehow ends up becoming the hero constantly even though he hates it. Reading order: Colour of Magic, The Light Fantastic, Sourcery, Faust (Eric), Interesting Times, The Last Continent, The Last Hero, Unseen Academicals. The Witch books, which focus on a trio of witches. Granny Weatherwax, Nanny Ogg and Magrat Garlick. the first book in the series is a pretty funny hamlet parody, so if you're big into Hamlet it could be a good starting point. these books generally explore stereotypical fantasy stuff compared to how they were portrayed in actual folklore/how they're are in the Discworld universe. If you like stuff deconstructing fantasy creatures and cliches, I'd recommend starting here. Reading order: Equal Rites, Wyrd Sisters, Witches Abroad, Lords and Ladies, Maskerade, Carpe Jugulum. There are also some young adult novels set in the same area with these characters as support which are good, these are The Wee Free Men, A Hat Full of Sky and I Shall Wear Midnight. The Death books, which are about the personification of Death, and my personal recommendation on a starting point. Might be my favourite series of Discworld. Reading order: Mort, Reaper Man, Soul Music, Hogfather, Thief of Time. And finally, the City Watch novels. Mostly set in Ankh-Morpork, think medieval London turned to 11. Definitely the recommendation if you're into like crime novels and mysteries and stuff, but that's obviously not essential. Focuses mainly on a cop called Sam Vimes who has to get the City Watch up to code in a city that's pretty overwhelming. I know it's a cliche to say this, but Ankh-Morpork is almost another character when it's a setting of a book. Probably one of the best fantasy cities thought up, very unique. Reading order: Guards! Guards!, Men at Arms, Feet of Clay, Jingo, The Fifth Elephant, Night Watch, Thud!, Snuff. Also very good, my secondmost recommendation. Of course these aren't concrete recommendations. You can easily pick and mix between these and you won't really be lost. I'd recommend getting maybe the first two of a series that catches your eye and starting there. Most books have a theme or a target they're working towards, like "oh this one is about elves", "this one is about christmas (it's equivalent)", "this one is about war politics". There are a lot more shorter series and one offs, too, but I figured just give you the basics and if you're hooked you'll find them out yourself. A lot of those deal with technological advances and their effects on the world. Though, if you want to start with a one off, I would recommend Small Gods, one of the few books of his I think are good enough to stand against the classics and shit. A final note is that the world definitely progresses, there are events you won't really get and character beats you won't appreciate/enjoy as much if you, for example, jump all the way to The Last Continent, for example. I always like a good opportunity to sperg out over Discworld, it is probably my favourite fantasy universe, and I hope this helps out and isn't too wordy or overwhelming (it totally is). PM me if you need more (haha) information or suggestions. This is probably the most effort I've put into anything on this forum in like 4 years haha.
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    censor ruined my hilarious and super good joke ugh
  13. their own nearly self sufficient wing is your best bet. since there's no way to feed prisoners in their cells yet, you just need to minimise their contact with anyone unnecessary (so just armed guards and cooks). they get their own perimeter wall section patrolled by armed guards, every door a solitary door except for the entrance/exit and the kitchen, those are remote doors. kitchen not attached to canteen, an armed guard inside, but not in any narrow spaces where the prisoner can get close to him. that's my strategy that sometimes works. his regime is p. much all lockup/sleep except for an hour of showering and an hour of eating at breakfast and dinner.
  14. for every 10 people that don't care about how their soup cans are in with their apples, 1 will come back and raise hell about a bruised apple, and the manager isn;t going to hear from the 10 people who had no issue with it.
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    do you have perfect pitch
  16. i bought shadows of mordor, which is pretty much just assassin's creed and arkham series squished together and given a lotr coat of paint. but it's really good at being that, and i knew that was what i was going to get, so i'm not fussed. plus i only paid $30 for it which is great. it leans more towards batman than ac on the difficulty spectrum, i've died a whole bunch of times and i'm only like 5 hours in. the nemesis system is good but can get kind of annoying when you somehow end up just randomly coming across three boss-level guys just hanging out when they're meant to be mortal foes or whatever. typical open world collectible shit but with some nice lore/flavour if you're into lotr, which i am. i'm glad the orcs aren't all grim terrible dudes, they took a pretty hefty cue from space marine in the kinda low-class british accent department, while still keeping a decent amount of seriousness. i still love the combat system just as much as i did in the arkham games, they did a decent job keeping it easy to learn hard to master and all that. ranged attacks can get kind of obnoxious though, the prompts don't seem to show up consistently, leading to you getting beaned with an axe or spear or arrow from offscreen.
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    my dad switched to e-cigs after being a smoker for like 35 years or something and he's a huge fan. he says the tricks are to inhale only into yr mouth instead of the lungs, inhale slower and longer due to the way the hardware works, and realise it will take a bit longer for you to actually get the nicotine delivered to yr brain compared to actual cigarettes. apparently these are mostly for beginners users, at the least. he definitely wasn't a fan until he read some stuff about the right way to do it online, and tried turning me onto them, but i ended up just quitting outright. e- switching up the flavour often was a big thing he talked about too. like weekly or so.
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    i'm pretty glad apple did that u2 thang because there was literally no other way i would've bothered listening to it and i found i really liked raised by wolves v surprising. i might be old
  19. haha that's crazy, nickelodeon just literally pisses themselves when it comes to handling anything aimed at slightly older audiences, don't they. i really hope that if they ever get the chance, they release some kind of book/bunch of blog posts about how frustrating this process must have been. i know they are probably under some kind of nda, and even if they weren't they probably didn't want to look like they were the types of dudes who can't keep their mouths shut, but it must have been crazy. here's them chatting about the avatar movie, though, so there's some hope. there's also some stuff about season 4 and beyond, the gist is they're done for now, but the avatar universe will probably be revisited sooner or later. i'm glad we're getting the final season so soon, at least.
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    lmao that's dodgy as [bleep]. now as soon as you start join the appropriate union and tell them you're not being paid for your work, and observe the fireworks
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    not content with just having a costs of living dick waving contest, the today thread in the off-topic forum moved on to the old chestnut that is the comparing internet speeds dick waving contest. these were all really valuable posts worth reading
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    i squat in abandoned houses, sneak into gym changing rooms to shower, eat out of the trash and use the internet at my public library way to get duped into paying hundreds of dollars for shit that's free, sheeple
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    tell him and pos to hurry the [bleep] up with four fists
  24. Nah the whole "ugh i'm so introverted you know how extroverts get energy from being AROUND people? well i get my energy for being ALONE" has been around for years, like mid 00s. it's not really victimhood stuff so much as it is your typical internet special snowflake horseshit, taking general traits that the majority of people feel at one point or another and turning it into an identity. see demisexuals, aromantics, etc. i don't know who wrote this but this is my legit favourite response to that kinda garbage. Do you spend more time on the internet than you should? Does the sudden brutal stabbing murder of a loved one give you feels? Can you remember at least one incident from high school that bothered you in some way? Relax; you’re not crazy — you’re an introvert! Welcome to the club! Still not sure? Take a look at these telltale signs, compiled by someone who nearly looked up ‘introvert’ in a dictionary. You might be an Introvert if… You read books Only introverts know how to read. If you enjoy this quirky, archaic pastime, you might just be an introvert! You go shopping by yourself Sure, it seems pretty ‘weird’, but you can do without the normal entourage required to pop down the shops for milk and bread. You see a gang of twelve to fifteen fashionable kids crowded in the freezer aisle, gabbing into their mobile phones while all cooperatively picking up the same packet of frozen peas and placing it into their single shared trolley and think, “No thanks; I like cats!” You like cats Or dogs. Or one single dog. Anything mammalian, really, and birds too even. Most people punch a baby rabbit in the face every morning before breakfast, so if you see a baby rabbit and go, “Aw, so cute,” you’re probably an introvert. You like to stay at home Normal people literally explode if they stay in the same room for more than an hour, which is why they’re always dancing in the street, paragliding, swimming to the moon etc. If you get home from a hard day’s work and just want to relax on the couch with a hot cup of tea, guess what, you big ol’ introvert? That’s right it means you are one. You’re intelligent, creative and thoughtful Wouldn’t you know it, introverts are all of these! Heaps more than the average ‘popular’ moron. You have a rich inner world Your inner world is just so rich, what with all of your observations about things; it’s a pity most people are too busy going “Blah blah blah, shopping, television!” to notice. But someone willing to humbly defer to your hidden genius will discover that you are a brilliant conversationalist who knows about a band. You need your quiet time and personal space Extroverts sometimes run up to you, wild-eyed, and just start yelling; just “AAAAARGH!!! AAAAAAAAARGH!!!” at the top of their lungs, their face an inch away from your own. Most people would be like, “Who’s this sexy extrovert? I wanna get down with this person,” but an introvert like you is more likely to think, “Yikes! I’m uncomfortable.” So if you’re an introvert, don’t worry! There are others like you, out there somewhere, suffering the same nearly-monthly indignity of people saying, “Are you okay?” or “Wow, you came!” to them. Just remember: being an introvert makes you special and interesting, like a black or a gay. Let’s show some introvert pride!
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