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 No.1090491[View All]

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Come on in and experience with me the mild stimulating effect of asking questions to a person on the internet. As a sign on bonus I will even ask you bizarre and sometimes nonsensical questions in return!

To help grease the wheels here is a list of potential topics that might give you an idea of a question to ask me:
-i finished my end of half performance review last week at my job
-I have a cat
-I wear socks with sandals
-my drivers liscense is expired and I plan to commit the crime of going to the store later today
-My thumb bends in a super freaky way
-cake is a type of pizza
-or you know, whatever, surprise me with your dumbest questions
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 No.1091070

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Oh, huh, as far as questions for everyone... what about advancing past all of those people on the ground with airplanes?

Anyone here tried to fly anything before? Anyone interested? If not, why not?

>>1091068
Yeah, habits are quite a solid thing and often seem to never break!

>*cuddles you back*

So, what's been going on in your life lately?

 No.1091073

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What's the one thing that grosses you out the most?

 No.1091076

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>>1091044
I've never lived with anyone before, so it'll be a completely new experience.

The way we do things is pretty much exactly the same as each other, so the general stuff won't change much, and it's a pretty big house. But who knows what could happen! I'm excited to finally start the next stage of my life. And also finally get away from my shitty parents.

Also my sister lives like two/three hours away in Tulsa.

I'm pretty much just gonna see what's available when I get there, hence why I need the savings to sustain me until I find something.

To be honest, I'd love to work in fast food as a dishwasher again, it was one of my favorite jobs. But it's kind of hard to get a job SPECIFICALLY doing that.

I just have to do my actual driving test and that should be it, so hopefully that gets done fast. Just kinda nervous about actually driving... and then driving alone after I get my license.

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>>1091044
>What would be the first law you pass if you were president of earth?


Everyone must sleep on hard ground, at least once in their adult life.

What would you do if some random person handed you a very unassuming cardboard shoebox, but told you in a very grave and serious tone that it must never be opened?

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>>1091096
I do that every single day. It's right under my bed.

 No.1091099

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>>1091098
Do I need to call Dr.Bright?

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>>1091099
You don't need to.

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>>1091101
I suppose nobody ever truly needs to call Dr.Bright. If someone hypothetically did need to, then the world might actually be coming to a hypothetical end.

 No.1091103

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>>1091102
That sounds fun.

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>>1091102
Dr. Bright just sounds like some kinda supervillain

 No.1091105

Am I baned?

 No.1091116

>>1091103
It kinda does, doesn't it? Here, let me grab my 2020 toolkit bag.

>>1091104
I mean, he kinda is.

(I am in no way expecting you to watch that whole video lol)

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>>1091116
I kinda just stumbled in here I have no idea what we are talking about

 No.1091122

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>>1091049
I work a job that's 99% brain power and 1% physically manipulating a computer. So assuming I could conquer the interacting with computer part and figure out how to handle video conferences then it really makes no difference what my body looks like. I mean, I don't think I'll ever need to see anyone I work with in person ever again if I don't want to.

I don't think I would mind being picked up by certain people. Nobody would be taking me for walk but I'd be willing to go out walking with someone as I already would do. In all of this i would expect to be equals as much as is possible.

>>1091052
Ah, that's cool. What do you like about being on the road? Would you ever want to drive where there's no speed limit?

>>1091068
What kind of context are you thinking?

>>1091070
Do not have any interest in flying. Cars themselves are just transport to me. Flying as well would just be transport and I don't own one or need to go plane distances.

>>1091073
Having to clean up vomit or those boil popping videos are very gross. Pulling hair out the sink or tub drain is really nasty! Pretty standard stuff really.

What about you?

>>1091076
It's a little early since you aren't moving for a while, but congrats on your new life! Escaping shitty parents is always a plus and doing it with your partner is even better.

Oh, new to driving? I was really nervous about driving for a while until i had to go 1hr each way for my old job some years back. That sucked! But just getting that much experience helped me become comfortable with it. It gets easier once you've got a little confidence in your ability to handle situations on the road. Anyway, good luck with your driving test!

>>1091096
Would people be issued a license to be an adult after sleeping on the ground? Will there be people administering the test to make sure the ground is adequately hard? Will pillow shaped rocks be provided?

I'd probably give it back cuz I don't want their garbage! I don't care if it's just an empty box or is the jail for an ancient evil, it's just some crazy dudes garbage they are trying to pawn off on me at that point. If they refuse to take it back I'd probably set it at their feet and go back to my business. If it's that important they'll find someone else to give their ancient evil too.

>>1091105
Basically, yes.

>>1091118
What's your favorite dinosaur?

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>>1091122
As far as your job goes, do you feel like it's one of the best bits of luck that you've had in your like? Are there alternate fields that you think you'd enjoy just as much? Or are you thinking that you'll do that until you retire years upon years in the future?

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>>1091118
Oh I don't know either, I'm just being random.
>>1091122
>I'd probably give it back cuz I don't want their garbage! I don't care if it's just an empty box or is the jail for an ancient evil, it's just some crazy dudes garbage they are trying to pawn off on me at that point. If they refuse to take it back I'd probably set it at their feet and go back to my business. If it's that important they'll find someone else to give their ancient evil too.

HA! The true hero we didn't know we even needed XD

Hmm. Yes, I do believe the ground should measured for hardness, but no pillows! D:<

One must experience the hardness of the pure earth by itself.

I think if everyone was shown, at least once, what it's like to not have a bed to sleep in, they might gain some kind of weird respectful perspective for other people, or some shit like that.

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>>1091123
I guess i get what you're saying in terms of luck, but there's really nothing but bad luck on my journey to this job. I made it here by colossal effort despite everything that has been stacked against me. It is a great job that's suited to me but good luck played only a very minor role.

I would enjoy almost any type of work just about as much. I love this but for the most part I just enjoy doing a great job at something and I'm not too picky about it. As long as i had a good boss and coworkers to work with and the job is ethical I'm pretty much good to go.

I'll almost certainly be doing this until I retire. I'm really good at it and it pays better than any other job i could possibly get. There's a ton of variety of things to do at this job so I'm not likely to be bored.

Also, you'd be surprised how close i could potentially be towards retirement if I set my eyes on it.

>>1091124
I seriously already have a bunch of old junk tucked away I don't want without a box filled with unspeakable evil! Maybe if it's a really cool looking box i could make it a coffee table or something but we're talking about a shoebox that a homeless guy probably took a dump in!

What about service work? I'd make everyone work a service job for at least a month before they'd be licensed to interact with customer service workers!

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>>1091122
It's just fun.

Not really. I enjoy twists and turns more than speed.

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>>1091128
Hmm. That could be effective as well, though I feel as if sleeping on a hard ground would possibly drive a better point home. Or I could be wrong, who knows, but if the goal is to have someone be in someone elses shoes, then I think hitting some very expansive would be the best bet. It's impossible to live every life, or walk in everyones shoes, so I'm looking for more of a good, universal symbol.

Now, would you pet? Or not pet? :D

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>>1091130
I like both, but being able to actually drift would be so much fucking fun.

 No.1091134

>>1091132
>Toucan
Pet

Would absolutely pet

If, uh
IF we can make sure it doesn't bite.
Cause I hear they do and it is bad

 No.1091135

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>>1091133
Drifting is alright,  but I don't  have many places I can practice safely.

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>>1091130
That's fair! I think I'd enjoy driving if I had a course and no laws to abide. Freeway driving is basically a chore around here.

There's a lot of drives like that if you're heading into the mountains around here! I get a little too nervous to enjoy it though when often there's steep drops and few guardrails.

>>1091132
Why not both dot png? Some counties require a year of service, so we have that much time minimum to whip our citizens into shape!

The toucan? Is this a real question? I would pet a shark so I think I can manage a toucan. Humans were put on this earth to pet everything.

Except jellyfish, those don't get pets.

>>1091131
Umm I asked you a very important question here if it didn't see it
>>1091122

 No.1091137

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>>1091128
Interesting!

I think that I've also had a combination of some good luck but also a lot of effort to get me the resume that I've had. Don't mean to, for either of us, minimize what personal determination means and has done. I'm also not too picky as well, or I don't think, and could likely go to a lot of places.

Speaking of age and retirement, do you ever find yourself thinking back to things that you used to not like when you were younger but do so now? Like types of foods? Or styles of music?

 No.1091138

>>1091136
Wut

o shit so you did

Ummm, Triceratops I think. They chonk, they have horns and look cool.

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>>1091137
Luck is one of the things I've had to think a lot about. I am terminally optimistic so i used to feel like my luck was very good. But is it really good luck if you spent years losing and falling behind through no fault of your own then finally have some scraps come your way? I try to appreciate that I was ever even given a chance, since some people never do, but overall not feeling the luck haha

I'm pretty much the polar opposite of my younger self, so I have a lot to list in this category. But I don't think too much about it, I'm just too wrapped up in the moment for journeys down memory lane!

>>1091138
That's a good choice! Have you ever drawn a Triceratops?

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>>1091134
I would not want to get bit by that thing, for sure.

>>1091135
Yea, finding a safe spot is the hardest part.

>>1091136
Hm. Both. Both is good.

>except jellyfish

You can pet jellyfish! :rara6: you just have to be ver careful :pinkie9:

 No.1091142

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>>1091140
I've evolved quite a lot from my younger years as well, yeah... taste in food has expanded, in particular, although I'm still an incredibly picky eater... music, well, I still like the same things that I did before but now have added so much to my general taste...

Have a semi-random pair of musical recommendations:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0JKZqmQL5U

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zGzo-rUFEs

 No.1091143

>>1091140
I have not. I have not really drawn dinosaurs or reptiles much in general, actually.

oh, btw, I have not gone back to the comic yet, but I at least sketched the horror zine illustration today.

>>1091141
>Pet Jellyfish
>Me

 No.1091144

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>>1091136
Mountain driving is great. Except when there's snow. I'd need an all wheel drive car to feel a bit safer.

 No.1091150

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>>1091122
Nasty smells. Visual things are fine, and sometimes even interesting.

But once the smell hits me, human instinct takes over and says, "gag, gag until the smell goes away".

 No.1091151

We talking gross stuff?

 No.1091152

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>>1091141
It's not a matter of can. You *can* pet the jellyfish. But they can't even appreciate it and I'm not gonna touch one of those forsaken things if nobody even gets anything out of it!

I'll save my underwater pets for the sharks. At least they like it.

>>1091142
Considering as a kid up to young adult I wouldn't touch literally any vegetable and now I'm vegan... you could say my tastes in food has evolved over time!

First song I'm pretty into!

Second song not as much.

>>1091143
Ah sweet! What did you choose for your creature?

>>1091144
Have you considered doing something like trucking for a job?

>>1091150
Yeah, I'm particularly sensitive to smell so I getcha there.

What's the first word that comes to mind after reading this sentence?

>>1091151
We talking about all stuff. Literally every stuff ever! What's your favorite stuff to talk about?

>>1091152
That looks horrifying! What's the weirdest food that you eat and enjoy?

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>>1091152
>>1091153
Gimme a sec cooking up some food while I type this out.
I remember working a night shift at work. The Surgeon got really excited for some platelets. Well this was odd, we're a small little community hospital with naught but 93 inpatient beds. Surgeon isn't usually awake at night and she usually isn't so hungry for platelets. It's for some guy in the ER I've been watching. He seemed fine but he starts crashing. Platelets, potassium, phosphorus, crashing and white count skyrockets. I ID Staph aureus in an untreated leg wound the ER doc found, which is starting to look like necrotizing fasciitis. Finally I get in touch with the surgeon. We gotta take his leg and if we can't get it off tonight then it's gonna kill him. He's probably dead regardless. Leaving out the exciting part for us bureaucrats, they took off his leg. It finally comes to me for the pathologist to assess. It comes in a big trash bin and I just have to do my checks. Hyep. That sure is a human left leg. Smells like fresh human meat and blood, but there's another smell too. Smells like it's been rotting away on him for at least a few days. Judging by the state of the skin and the depths of the cuts the infection spread along the bone mostly. Surgeon tried to leave him a few inches of tibia and fibula to affix a decent prosthetic to, but she only got a few inches in before giving up on that one. Rot must have extended above the knee since there was another exploratory cut right above the joint, with the final amputation (real clean! She's no slouch) three or four inches above that.

That's not the gross part. That's kinda every day. The gross part is that this was what we call a "gross pathology" request. Besides the bits of meat and bone I ground up for microbiology the surgeon just wanted the basics. Which makes sense we aren't looking for cancer here. No. The gross part is that this was late Friday night and this was a long weekend. Again, we're a tiny operation and the pathologist is allowed to have a vacation too. So this leg sat in this garbage bin on the Pathologist's desk, from Friday until Wednesday. So every time I had to open her door to drop off some more paperwork or another heap of tumors, gallbladders, toes, colons, and all the other usual fare, I had this leg reminding me that it wasn't on any preservative in the delicious Florida heat, and the damn thing was already half rotten when they cut it off.

But hey. I'm not the one who has to cut strips off the thing to assess the damage to the limb. That's what they pay the good doctor to do.

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>>1091153
No, on the basis I don't want to cook for a living. Because then it won't  be as enjoyable on my free time.

 No.1091156

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>>1091153
it certainly does!

>hugs and kajis <3

weirdest food that i eat and enjoy? well i do like peanut butter on burgers. but other stuff? hmmm...

i dunno if this is considered "weird" but i do love dipping fries in milkshakes

as for other things, i have no idea!

>>1091154
jesus christ how horrifying!

sidenote, most of the pictures online could be used as a Grindcore album cover :PP

>hugs and kajis <3

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>>1091154
Wow, I can't imagine what all of that felt like in the end... damn... I appreciate that there's peeps like you willing to deal with such things in our medical system for sure...

>>1091153
I think that we've both got a taste for arena rock, maybe?

Try these two great ones:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_IkRDds4fI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAIy2DEJlhQ

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>>1091156
>>1091157
Also tacos are good

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>>1091159
tacos are indeed very delicious <3

how are yooooooou?

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>>1091153
>What's the first word that comes to mind after reading this sentence?
Fruit.

Why? I dunno. But it did.

What's a small item on your bucket list that you don't talk about much?

 No.1091162

>>1091159
Indeed!

So, hey, what plans have you for the rest of this week now that Sunday is almost at an end?

 No.1091163

>>1091162
More work!

>>1091160
Very tired. I shall pass out soon

 No.1091164

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>>1091163
well don't let me keep you up then!

if you need to rest, then rest ^^ but we love you nonetheless!

>hugs and kajis <3

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>>1091154
Glad I decided to reflip through the thread for this one.

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>>1091044
>But fundamentally, my strategy was to be lucky.
I mean, It's not easy to beat the person who is hitting quads on the river.

They were free to enter, I think the amount of players not caring enough means it's not very comparable to bigger tournaments. But it still felt good to win.

>mornings
I usually go something like.. 10 minutes to snooze, 1 hour to get ready and 10 minutes to drive to work. It seems to work alright. How about you? Slow mornings or morning rush?

 No.1091168

>>1090622
The Last Jedi.
Highly overrated.

 No.1091258

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How would you rate the Finlandicity of California, on a scale of 0% (the country that is most dissimilar to Finland) to 100% (literally Finland itself)?

 No.1091259

>>1091154
I can't help but ask: Why was there no refrigeration???


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