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 No.1061604[Reply]

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 No.1061769

What stronk snek
>>1061626
lol

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>>1061626
In fact, unless you've GOT buns, the don't want none

 No.1061871

That sounds like a Danny Brown song.


 No.1060756[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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Hey everyone! so today was fuuuuuuuuun...

i woke up with a sore throat, and on any normal year, that would have been a mild aggitation. but good ole 2020 just has to make things a bit more exciting eh?

so i called off work, and headed down the pass to the location my doctor told me to go for Rona testing; only to discover that the place i went to no longer does the rona testing, and sent me to their sister location which was at least 10 miles further up the highway.

so i finally get there, and get my testing done. and you can tell that this whole thing has made the staff very high strung. super serious, not a single laugh or joke, just straight business and questioning about EVERYTHING i had. i told them i had a sore throat nothing more, and then they stuck the thing up my nose

tbh, i thought it would be a lot worse than it was. like it tickled and made me wince a little, but it wasn't the full brain scrub some people made me think it would be ://

anywho, i got my test done, and i will know if i have the rona in 1-3 days! (yaaaaaaaay...)

So this whole fun day of shenaniganry made me want to play Ask Anyone Anything! you can ask anyone anything, and by posting in here, you consent to being asked anything by anyone!

and my first question is this!
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 No.1061847

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>>1061841
>Woah...

And I know, right? Kickass!

 No.1061849

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alrighty folks, i need to head to bed!

goodnight y'all <3

>>1061843
i like the rain too ><

sounds like a lot of work, i hope you get that stuff figured out and payed off!

i have about 12,000 owed in loans. not terrible, but eh. I mostly stayed home and used whatever grant and scholarship stuff i had to help pay me forward

>hugs and kajis <3

goodnight psuedo!

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 No.1061850

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Hey, as well, so what do you friends think of the romantic foxy image that I got done for me, posted in >>1061843, and the comedic foxy image that I got done for me, posted in >>1061847, back in the last two weeks of September?

>>1061849
Oh, rest well!

>*cuddles you to sleep*


 No.1061805[Reply]

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The Brony Show 415 - Brony Show Halloween Party

Hello Everypony! It's just a few days until Nightmare Night and/or Halloween. So we're going to celebrate by having a big party time together with some Quiplash 3 custom made with Pony and Halloween prompts!

Be sure to join us at https://thebronyshow.net/ at 6PM PST/ 9PM EST live this and every Monday. You can also join us an hour early for the Brony show preshow and get your brony show starting early. You can catch our podcast archives here at https://vimeo.com/thebronyshow. If you want to be part of the show, let us know! Email Circuit at bronyshow@gmail.com. Also be sure to tune in to our affiliate Ponyville live for the show and more fun things after the show at http://ponyvillelive.com/


 No.1059374[Reply]

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Are you planning for Halloween?
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 No.1061772

>>1061611

What game was that?

 No.1061774

Between covid and snow, i think it'll be a quiet one. I'll just try to stream scary movies i guess.

 No.1061775

>>1061772
Well I was trying to be coy about it cause i am making a video but fuck it Ive already said it elsewhere. The first Fatal Frame.


 No.1061293[Reply]

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>What sports, if any, do you personally play?

>What sports, if any, do you follow through media?

>[Bonus Question] Which one of these animals is the cutest (and which would you rather be if you got reborn as an non-human animal in the next life)?
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 No.1061475

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>>1061473
no no, i am currently a cat girl!

i didn't always used to be :PP

>hugs and kajis <3

hey hisp <3

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>>1061475

>dodges

 No.1061488

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>>1061472
I played soccer and teeball as a wee one as well! Was very fun! Yes!


 No.1061386[Reply]

i loved this show growing up!!! It's time for Animaaaniacs!
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 No.1061452

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>>1061444
your health is more important, man

if you're tired, you gotta sleep

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>>1061451

Long live to cooffeesss

 No.1061471

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i'm excite!


 No.1061085[Reply]

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Recently an event has been on my mind that happened when I was younger, and I'm looking for some insight as to what might have happened. It's almost exactly ten years to the day, so perhaps that's why I can't get it out of my head. Maybe someone can help me figure out what it was I saw, and what happened, or almost happened to me. If you would, let me take you back to my 17th year, when I was young, naïve, and curious. A potentially disastrous combination.



Myself and a good friend—let's call him Dan—were exploring a stream in the woods behind where I grew up. Our property was pretty far back from the edge of town to begin with, so the only thing back there was the mountain, and woods for the next five miles. We'd gone exploring in these woods before, usually during the day, but as I got older, I grew bolder, and stayed out later, past when the sun went down.

We followed the stream for quite a while, mostly because it was more interesting than oak, birch, and pine stretching as far as you could see between their trunks, with the odd moss covered rock or berry bush. But just as I was crouching down to find the source of a loud croaking (we hunted frogs a lot) Dan called out about something cool he'd found.

I followed his voice, and it turned out he'd gone pretty far from the stream—beyond eyesight. I finally caught up to him and there was just this... gate. a large, black, wrought iron gate, about my height and a half, covered in rust and green moss. There was no adjoining fence, just the gate, with the arch over the top connecting the two halves, which stood open. Today, I would have turned around and left it alone, especially after dark. But at 17, I was curious, and naïve.

We examined it closer. The craftmanship was very fine. more than simple twists and curls, it almost looked carved, the way you would expect a master carpenter to decorate their works. But beyond that, it seemed like just a very old iron gate, out in the middle of the woods, beyond our property line. We stepped through the gate, and continued on. I heard a small yip, like a puppy, and I turned behind me.

Ordinarily seeing a small russet puppy out in the middle of the woods might either alarm or enamour most humans. I was actually familiar with this pup. It's a bit of a story, but he was a wolf cub, and his family would sometimes follow me into the woods, and sometimes guided me home. I think they were protecting me, since I was the oPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.1061101

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Interesting story though I don't know much about spirits and supernatural stuff so I probably couldn't help. If it were me, I would have looked into any historical records to see whether there ever existed a property out there. If once a long time ago an old manor existed that has since been reclaimed by the woods, that gives a better idea of what could have been encountered that night.

Other than that, I'm wondering if you ever talked to Dan about that night again in your adult years and seen his perspective on it. I'm sure he has been thinking about it himself and has his own ideas about the strange night.

 No.1061388

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>>1061085
>what did i see

Scrap metal.  Shuda hauled it in.

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>>1061085
Sometimes in these cases people will think that they have seen an illusion, or, in passing through a gate, believe that they have found a way into the Dream World, like Alice's Looking Glass. But this is not so. What has really been discovered is a painful dualism, an equal reality of the providential side of the world and love which can only be known through separation. The dog, Man's friend, and the wolf, are thus rolled into a single symbol. The gate is non-creation, or the path of the World, which leaves a trail of empires.


 No.1061309[Reply]

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hoping you all the best!

that is all
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 No.1061350

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>>1061349
glad all is well with you

 No.1061384

Danke schön

 No.1061385

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Dank je wel!


 No.1060982[Reply]

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ahhh... for relaxing ponies! because i think, that is what we need sometimes
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 No.1061265

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Moony, what do I do when I have 0 hours/week to relax?

 No.1061382

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>>1061265
Blow off something. That's the only way to make free time, and it's worth it

 No.1061383

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i could need a breather...


 No.1059531[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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Yay it's another week and a week in the scary time month so we can all enjoy the colors of the leaves, the scent of candy and pumpkins, and the taste of good drinks both sweet and bitter as we talk about anything and everyone on our minds.

So jump in, talk about anything you want, and be with good happy company
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>>1061345
Hi! / Bye!

>*snuggles you to sleep*

>>1061344
Oh, I see! Well, huh, I'm glad then that you'll able to get some well needed recreation time into your busy schedule! What's been going on in the medical world in general, man?

 No.1061357

>>1061346
Work is picking up. We're getting donors back, which is nice!

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>>1061357
Oh, that's fantastic!

Hey, kind of random, but would you also check out >>1061293 maybe?


 No.1060120[Reply]

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Jesus Christ am I high right now

🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯
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 No.1060645

>>1060606

Well ... sometimes not

 No.1061341

No point remaking this thread if I can just necro this one ?

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 No.1060962[Reply]

So it has come to my attention that one of the best horror movie ever made is available for free on Youtube. Ladies and Gentlemen, just in time for Halloween, I give to you Killer Klowns From Outer Space. Let us all bask in it's glory this spooktacular season. (if the embedded video does not work, try this link https://youtu.be/Mq6h0hr82Zw)

P.S. This movie is rated PG-13 for clown-related violence. If you're under 13... you shouldn't be fuckin'... reading this. Shit. Balls. But you know, get your fucking parents permission before you watch the fucking scary clown movie.
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 No.1061173

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Oh my god. I'm definitely going to have to watch this on my day off XD

 No.1061175

>>1060962
>>1061173
Oh, you know what else is on youtube? And maybe not horror, but definitely fucking hilarious?

Kung Fury

 No.1061231

>>1061175
I've seen Kung Fury. But it's only like 20 minutes long. Still, it's a funny send up to cheesy shit like that from the 80s.


 No.1060035[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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Do male trainers cuddle with their gardevoirs and tenderly kiss them?  Do gardevoirs enjoy such activities with their trainers?  Or do they just go along to make their masters happy?
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 No.1061196

>>1060896
Well like Dulset pointed out, he's not an adult, so he probably is a virgin
oh god why am I even thinking about this?

>>1060959
He actually might be older than that. It was never released in America, but there was a short where he knew a human girl but never was released out of his tube thing, IIRC. But I don't know how long that lasted.

>>1060961
Well too bad, Arceus hates pokephiles anyway! Probably.
>Dammit it, again?!
What?
>No, I would not throw rocks at any pokephiles in real life
I wouldn't either, but that doesn't mean I approve of it.
>Yes. But Mewtwo is a guy, so...
So? There's nothing wrong with being gay or bisexual.

 No.1061198

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>>1060991
>How do you sex a MewTwo
When a mommy pokemon and a daddy pokemon love each other very much...

 No.1061229

>>1061196
>What?
We've been discussing Sinnoh legends in this thread and how there's one that says in ancient times humans and pokemon used to marry. I'm just pointing out that all these ancient myths about the pokemon world seem to come from Sinnoh. Even Kalos' myths only seem to go back a few centuries (when apparently there was a war fought with pokemon. Nuts.)

>I wouldn't either, but that doesn't mean I approve of it.

In real life, "pokephillia" is a harmless fetish centered around creatures that can think like humans you can't actually practice because pokemon are not real. It's all imagination anyway, so there's nothing to approve of disprove of.

In terms of in-setting, romantic relationships between pokemon and humans seem to be taboo, as they are almost never seen. But that again might because we are seeing a limited view of the world through the eyes of a child.

>So? There's nothing wrong with being gay or bisexual.

Didn't say their was, but I was discussing with Hispa how Mewtwo (and other legendary pokemon) might are sexless, not genderless. The pokemon games get the term wrong. Mewtwo clearly has a male personality, even if he has no genitalia.


 No.1061164[Reply]

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god, my depression is really kicking my ass tonight, fucking insomnia symptom ...

 No.1061165

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>insomnia
Eurgh.... That sucks..

 No.1061189

Got some sleep, actually slept till 9:30 instead of waking up at 6 or 7.

Ironically enough I woke up with this entirely relevant song stuck in my head


 No.1060741[Reply]

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Goddamn, every fucking time in the past 10 years that I have tried to get into Minecraft or Terraria, I keep getting ridiculously frustrated trying to play either game the way they're intended. Nothing is more frustrating than a game that's not particularly difficult punishing mistakes in ways that make you take sometimes 30 mins to an hour to get back lost inventory.

How did anyone get addicted to these games? I can't play these games and feel anything other than frustration, like at all.

/rant
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 No.1061004

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>>1060920
>>1060916

If it were actually hard then I would feel like I would have to actually get good instead of feeling set back by what amounts to little mistakes, like getting knocked into a pit of lava by a random zombie and losing everything in your inventory, especially an ore you were specifically there to to gather to bring back to your chest or base. At least with the souls games, it's expected and getting back the souls you collected rarely involves trying to gather each piece of your inventory after its spread all over the place. it's all in one convenient spot.

>>1060925

I actually kinda hate rogue-likes they feel like an empty promise. Like, procedurally generated dungeons rarely have interesting layouts and end up feeling like reviewing all the pieces in the same tile set over and over. The same problem that a lot of sandbox open world games have when every dungeon on the map looks basically the same sonyou don't feel the same sense of discovery or wonder you might if each dungeon were designed to look and feel distincly unique and imaginative.

And like this farkle-like "how far are you willing to risk it" is really only a mechanic I find enjoyable in those mystery dungeon games that typically have a whole second other game that takes place outside the dungeon, like how that one Rogue-like/mystery dungeon game Azure dreams where the dungeon is basically there as a means to make money that one puts into developing a town in a sort of harvest moon-like town simulator.

>>1060929
>For Minecraft, I put down a bunch of random bunkers with a bed and some chests and then dig into a nearby mountain to fetch all sorts of materials, then come out and deposit the stuff I made into the chests.

I think that's basically how survival mode is supposed to be played.
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 No.1061098

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I always just used mountains as my home, and then found a nearby relatively flat area to quarry the shit out of. Then I just... dig down and store what I get from that.

Definitely not how most people enjoy Minecraft, but I'd just put something on Netflix and just sort of zen out to it. By the time I'm finished with a season of a show I've got so much rock and ore that I'm good to go. I usually use the rock and dirt to make floating islands above the mountain I live in.

 No.1061100

>>1061098
I do that exact same thing. Damnit I miss minecraft.


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