I'm just another random troper. If you're reading this, that probably means you're on my contributor page. Go ahead and leave some vandalism or something. It's a pleasure to meet you.
I'll say this right up front: My name here is a lie. My forum title is probably also a lie. However, that is the limits of my deception; everything else I say will be the truth, at least to the best of my knowledge.
In real life, I am a college graduate with a degree in psychology, and am roughly as nerdy as you would expect a troper to be. I come from a big, but not very screwed-up family, and I live in that city with all the rain and the coffee shops.
I'm generally compulsively helpful, and perpetually bored, so if there's anything you think I might be able to help with, feel free to shoot me a PM. I'm usually around.
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Tropes that describe me
- Apologizes a Lot: I'm not one of those people who apologizes for everything, but I do apologize every time I tell a bad joke. For me, that qualifies as a lot.
- Asexuality: If I'm ever in a roleplay, or writing a short story, and you wonder how anyone can fail that hard at realistically writing sexual attraction, this is my excuse.
- Blatant Lies: Well for starters, the name. Outside of this site, I sometimes try to get people to believe something completely absurd, simply as an exercise, but I don't do that here because there's no challenge of keeping a straight face throughout over the internet.
- Deadpan Snarker: I get snarky sometimes. I usually make sure that it's only towards people that I know well. I don't want to hurt anyone.
- Hyperawareness: Often combined with a solid dose of I Thought Everyone Could Do That.
- The Klutz: I have this problem with stairs. Okay, maybe I trip on things a lot as well.
- Neutral Good: I try for this. You can decide for yourself whether or not I succeed.
- The Other Rainforest: It's where I hail from.
- Pungeon Master: I'll put this at number five on the list of character traits that will probably get me killed.
- Suspiciously Specific Denial: This is something else I do a lot. Sometimes it's fun to randomly deny being a time traveler in everyday conversation.
- Sweet Tooth: I frequently crave pies and cookies and the like. People sometimes use them to bribe me.
- Trickster Archetype: I have some tendencies in this direction, and I like to mess with you. While I'm never malevolent, take everything I say with a grain of salt.
- Will Not Tell a Lie: Played with. I will not tell a lie here on TV Tropes (with the exception of the lie that I'm a "completely normal guy," and the lie that I'm "definitely not a weirdo"). In real life I don't like to tell believable lies. It lacks challenge. Besides, "An elephant escaped from the zoo, and is wandering through the streets," is far more fun than, "No, I didn't eat the last cookie." However, there are a few situations where I allow myself to tell believable lies. Those are games (No, I can't beat you next turn. My position isn't nearly as good as it looks.), gifts and other surprises (I wasn't buying you a Christmas present), and situations where the truth will put someone in danger (I haven't seen Fred for months, now can you please put those guns away?). Fortunately the last one doesn't come up very often. However, even though I'm not lying, you should still take my words with a grain of salt. I tend to abuse Exact Words.
- Weirdness Magnet: Let's just say I went to a weird high school, and leave it at that.
Tropes that others think describe me
- AFGNCAAP: Your username and the fact that most of your avatars' face are hidden. ~Dhana Ragnarok
- Afraid of Needles: You said so. — Boxen
- All Psychology Is Freudian: You're totally an Ego aren't you? ~raigakuren
- I'm actually not a big fan of Freud.
- Asexuality - so you say. ~O'Malley
- The Arthur Dent: Kinda goes with the Weirdness Magnet. - Stolen By Faeries
- Big Eater: My gut has a feeling ~kylodious
- Badass Normal - Mort08
- Blessed with Suck = Commander Obvious
- Blatant Lies: Your handle. :P - Stolen By Faeries
- Captain Obvious: "I went with the obvious one.", as you said yourself - Bisected8
- The Chessmaster: Why else would you pretend to be normal? mellochan42
- Crazy-Prepared: Thsi folder was here before the first trope was applied, as was the vandalism folder. - Stolen By Faeries
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander- We all are eternal Noob
- The Everyman: Who you truly are... - V
- The Generic Guy: At least, that's what you want us to think. O_o - pyr0h1tman8
- Genre Savvy: Possibly, to go with Crazy-Prepared. - Mort08
- Heroic Neutral: This may or may not be true...-V
- Hidden Depths: You think everyone could to some things you do, but they actually don't. What these things are, however, is still unknown. — Belfagor
- I Just Want to Be Normal<->I Just Want to Be Special: Dude, it's hard trying to figure out which....-Voids Empathy
- The Klutz: A common theme in your earlier avatars ~Balmung
- The Man Behind the Man: Given that everything you say could be a lie, you could be some like elephant king ruling the kingdom of wombats from behind the scenes, or something equivalent to that. -Junfez
- Master of Disguise - new avatar again huh Tenzen12
- Mysterious Informant at least on-line :D Tenzen12
- Nice Guy:A generic trope I know, but your title and your username says you are generic.-Oreochan
- Ninja - You beat me to the punch on the Apply Tropes thread in terms of post alone. ~Enzeru
- Noodle Incident: All of your signatures ~ raigakuren
- Nonindicative Name: Your username. - Deadbeatloser22
- Only Sane Man: Stands to reason. - Deadbeatloser22
- Ordinary College Student: What you claim to be. ~theindefiniteone
- Ridiculously Average Guy: Or so you say... ~Dhana Ragnarok
- Seen It All: If you haven't yet, someday you will. I can tell. - Mort08
- Shrouded in Myth - See The Man Behind the Man - OMalley
- Suspiciously Specific Denial: Your title of "Definitely not a weirdo" -pyr0h1tman8
- The Nondescript: What you want us to think ~mellochan42
- The Power of Rock - I see your list of musics that you like and I approve. There, don't you feel validated? Inverurie Jones
- They Look Just Like Everyone Else —Belfagor
- True Neutral: Tending towards Neutral Good. —Belfagor
- Unlikely Hero: Indeed you are. - Voids Empathy
- Weirdness Censor - you seem to lack one ~raigakuren
- Wild Card Excuse - Asexuality. — Liberated Liberater
- Will Not Tell a Lie - The rest of your description... or is it? — Liberated Liberater
Stuff I really like
- Baccano!: Many authors have gone their entire life without writing a single well rounded and interesting character. That makes it that much more impressive when someone writes so many in a single series.
- Durarara!!: It's even more impressive that he managed to do it again.
- Ghost Hunt: This was my introduction to the medium, so my opinion of it may not be entirely accurate. Imagine Ghost Hunters, only in a world where ghosts actually exist.
- Mononoke: Episodes vary from unsettling to terrifying. The art style is beautifully strange.
- Calvin And Hobbes: Sure, it had it's flaws, such as Watterson's tendency to rant about how New Media Are Evil, but it's good points more than make up for it.
- The Adventures of Tintin
- Watchmen: It's the definitive graphic novel. Not just because of its quality, which is high, but because it does things with the medium that can't be done anywhere else.
- Star Wars: Like everyone, I grew up with these films. While some of it is surely nostalgia, they still seem to hold up today.
- Indiana Jones: Beautifully pulpy. I prefer Raiders and the Last Crusade, but the other two are fine.
- Inception: It combines delicious Mind Screw with the classic heist film. What's not to like?
- Blade Runner: Yes, I know there's a lot of Harrison Ford on this list. A lovely exploration of what it means to be human.
- Paprika: Another lovely Mind Screw, and this one explores the nature of reality itself.
- The Sting: I have a soft spot for any con men and tricksters of the heroic variety. Watching the plan come together is immensely satisfying
- Toy Story: Let's forget for a second about its place in the history of film, and the animation techniques it pioneered. It's still a great story. I love the whole series.
- Sleep Dealer: Because everyone needs one film on their list that no one else has ever heard of. It's a Mexican science fiction film that looks at how Americans view Mexico and Mexicans. It also has some nice homage to Star Wars and The Dam Busters.
- The Shawshank Redemption: Films that have made Normal Guy cry count: one.
- Lord of the Rings: It's an all time classic. I've read all three books more times than I can remember.
- Anything Discworld: These books are a great look at both modern society and storytelling conventions. More importantly though, they're funny as hell.
- Good Omens: This is the funniest book I've ever read.
- The Screwtape Letters: This is a very close second.
- Led Zeppelin: The one, the onlye HAMMER OF THE GODS!
- Queen: Bombastic, over the top, and that much better for it.
- Pink Floyd: So you think you can tell, heaven from hell, blue skies from pain.
- Nightwish: You're walking through a dark forest under a full moon. Aren't the shadows beautiful tonight?
- Dream Theater: Complex, but not at the expense of emotion.
- Flogging Molly: My introduction to punk. I've always been fond of their fusion of the traditional and the modern.
- The Who: YEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!
- Kamelot: Despite being American, they play a nice symphonic variant of European style power metal. Add a dash of world music for taste.
- Helloween: They never take themselves seriously, and they missed the memo that it isn't the eighties anymore. That's part of what makes them awesome.
- Dark Moor: Your average power metal band probably likes Beethoven and Mozart quite a bit. Dark Moore is what happens when a band likes them even more.
- Social Distortion: If Johnny Cash was a punk rocker, the music world would have no need for Mike Ness. He wasn't, so we do.
- Rival Sons: Blues rock should be played hard and loud, how God and Led Zeppelin intended it. These guys know that.
- Blind Guardian: Bombastic and over-the-top in a very self-aware manner. Then again, what else do you expect from a power metal band who listens to too much Queen?
- Quite a few more. This is just a good stopping point.
- Morrowind: It had its flaws, sure. It was buggy as hell, and the character models looked kind of ugly. Still though, Bethesda created a beautiful world with this game.
- Chrono TriggerIt overcomes many of the flaws of the Final Fantasy series while managing to feel like a pulp adventure. What's not to like?
- Chrono Cross: This game is much more enjoyable if you think of it as a stand alone game, rather than the sequel to Chrono Trigger
- Portal This is one of those games that plays with video game conventions in a fun and interesting way.
- Iji: So is this.
- Final Fantasy: I've only managed to get through 6, 7 and 8, but I liked those ones.
- Super Mario Galaxy
- El Goonish Shive: The early stuff is crap, but it's certainly nice to watch how Dan grows as an author. The current art is beautiful, and the plot is coming together a lot better.
- Gunnerkrigg Court: The blend of mystery, adventure, and mythology is impossible to resist. The top-notch writing helps.
- Homestuck: This is a work that really stretches the limits of its medium. I'm not even sure it can even be called a webcomic anymore. Either way, it's beautiful
- The Order of the Stick: Another one of those really self-aware, funny things.
- Paranatural: Some of the most beautiful art you'll ever see. It's a strange tale of wonder set in a World of Ham.
- Quite a few others. I just need to stop somewhere so I don't crash the servers.
If there's anything else you think I'd like, write it down in the vandalism section. I'll probably check it out. It's also possible that it's already one of my favorites and I just forgot about it.
My Contributions to the Wiki
Indexes that I came up with in YKTTW, then promptly forgot about, and someone else later launched
Tropes to which I have supplied a description and some other key effort
- Accidental Pun: I found this one years ago as an example-less stub that didn't go through YKTTW. I gave it a proper description, as well as its first example (which later became the page quote). I put it on an index or two, and wiki magic took over from there.
- Lethal Chef: Everything about this page was incredibly bloated. The description went on and on. There was a mess of natter and poor example indentation. I spent several hours cleaning things up, and re-wrote the description. Now it's much cleaner.
- Catch the Conscience: The description on this one was terrible. I had to read through it four or five times to figure out what the trope was about. I think it makes a bit more sense now.
Pages that I merely curate (I also curate all the above)
Old signatures, and some of them are even de-noodled
This segment consists of my old signatures, possibly paraphrased if I can't remember the exact wording, and some of them are even partially explained. All of them are based on real events. If one of them particularly piques your curiosity, just ask, and I'll probably give more explanation.
- I woke up three weeks later in the middle of a desert, chained to a monkey.
- I'll explain this one from the get-go because it's the only one that can truly cause misunderstanding. This did not happen to me, but is taken from the legendary boat story, which describes events that happened to a friend. The speaker of this line is a messed-up drug dealer trying to sell the titular substance defined as: "You take all your kitchen cleaners, put 'em in a bathtub, and leave it there for three weeks. Then you got your boat."
- We could always just sell Annie's third kidney.
- You mean you didn't notice the handcuffed shirtless guy?
- Something about a katana bought from a shady-looking Egyptian guy at Pike Place market for $15. Exact wording has been forgotten.
- And then there was the incident with the Russian satellite and the broken computer scanner.
- I'm not very good at lighting barbecues. On a completely unrelated note, I'm very good at dodging fireballs.
- If I carried my knife more, the incident with the soda and my high school principal never would have happened.
- The incident in question was really more of a near miss than anything else, and could have been a lot worse. Suffice to say that folding chairs make horrible bottle openers.
- How does one accidentally smuggle a six inch long assassin's dagger on their carry-on bag too and from San Francisco?
- It ended with a guy twice my size on his back, in the mud still clutching the other half of my shirt.
- A combination of over-competitiveness, asthma, and high elevation left me barely conscious and hooked up to an oxygen mask.
- So naturally we decided that the best way to get back to the cabin was a massive conga line.
- Anyway, that was the second time I accidentally convinced some kid I was a jedi.
- Not only did he dye the history teacher's hair green in the middle of class, but he got away with it.
- Many things were said in that class, but the one that really sticks out is "Leo stole my pants."
- One of them came from a weird family and now attends a military academy, while the other dropped out of bible college to start a cult.
- She then proceeded to tell a long story about her roommate, the CIA and the mafia.
- He finally convinced his mom that he was straight, only to come home the next day wearing no shirt and another man's pants.
- Explanation because Sean Murray I actually guessed correctly: the guy in question was rather Camp Straight, and just happened to get in a water fight on an unfortunate day.
- I probably should have had my Shakespeare license revoked after that incident with Much Ado About Nothing and The Three Stooges.
- School project back in high school. I will say no more.
- He ran out into the middle of a busy intersection, then hit a tennis ball with a golf club before scrambling back to the sidewalk.
- I live right next to Greek Row, so I tend to see weird things from time to time. This was something that I witnessed as I left to go grocery shopping. Oddly enough, the guy who did this was completely sober.
- I never thought that the ability to painlessly disarm a person would be a useful babysitting skill, but it came up once.
- I might as well explain this one because what really happened is actually worse than what people are guessing. The kid got his hands on a knife. Specifically, a rather large combat knife. Why his parents were dumb enough to leave that thing where he could get it, I don't know.
- "That's not too bad. I once fell down the stairs and shut off power to half the building."
- A friend of mine was rather embarrassed about her clumsiness. I simply told her that I am worse.
- We never did tell him that those weren't mountain goats.
- Nothing quite like waking up to the sound of, "The campsite is on fire!"
- We nearly fell down one cliff, and broke another.
- It was over before I realized I was in a fight. I won.
- Don't ask. I don't really know what happened either.
Roleplays, past present and future
- There's a Dragon in My Driveway: Old Shame. A comedic urban fantasy that I tried to run once. It died, and nobody mourned.
- The Seekers: Still open. It's a complicated paranormal mystery.
- Night of the Scary Thing: Only an idea at this point. An homage to b horror movies. Characters get killed in gruesome, narm-filled ways. Plot holes and cheese abound.
- Mind Games: A Psychic RP, still in the idea stage draws heavily from Psychonauts, but with a mysterious slant.
- Search for the Lost City and Other Adventures: A pulp adventure RP set in the 30s. Draws heavily from Indiana Jones and The Adventures of Tintin, Again, still in the idea stage
- If any of these look interesting to you, please tell me.
I am in your page. Giving your folder purpose. - Stolen By Faeries
This is not vandalism. It is a duck.
Hey, you trope yourself as The Klutz
too. Maybe we should start a club or somethi-*slams into wall* !?Aniventerie
- Why is this page so empty!? I thought it would be filled more!!! ;ladsfjask;fgah;fabwueofbapufgba;wifhaeoi;gjaw;if ~raigakuren
More vandalism, you say? Don't mind if I do! - An all too eager vandal.
Man, I wish I
launched Unstoppable Mailman
... —Sean Murray I
I will fill your page with sunshine, aand rainbows aanndd chirpy bluebirds, aanndd adorable ducks
~ Who Needs Sleep
Once upon a time, there was this guy named Martin who really loved this girl at school named Lucy. After days and days of struggling to profess his feelings for Lucy, Martin finally found the courage to approach her and tell her, "Lucy, I am madly in love with you; I would do anything for you, even die
for you." Lucy then replied, "Martin, I'm touched. That is the most moving thing anyone has ever told me... So was there any way in particular you prefer to die? I could even let you borrow my dad's gun!" —Sean Murray I
Hi, I am a troll, the name's Trundle. -Crusader1025
- Random Song Lyrics? I approve. A Stray Bard
- The fun has finally arrived! What? I missed it? D,aww... :( - Karl Kadaver
- MAH LITTLE PONY, MAH LITTLE PONY ! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH ! My FUCKING Pony ~Dhana Ragnarok
- Congrangulations random Empath! You now know what it's like to have your profile disrupted by a Sociopath! Who cares? ~ Gaz Bev Moo
- And you know what? If you reveal more information, such as your real name, address and phone number, I will be able to stalk you! Isn't that precious? Yes. ~ Aralyn
- Check FINISHED. Check FINISHED. Check FINISHED. FINISHED. FINISHED. FINISHED. FINISHED. Die the DEATH. Sentence the DEATH. Great equalizer is the DEATH. — Dlanor A. Knox
- I am also normal -Geth Knight
- Channels Hopey
Running round in circles like I'm hopped up on caffeine
My doctor suggests I should try this Rynaline thing ~raigakuren
- Really. Reveal your bank details to me. It will pay off in hats! ~ Aralyn
- You don't know me but I vandalised this page because the topic told me to ~ JRPictures
- What do the numbers mean!? ~raigakuren
- They are the number you have to call for pizza obviously ~raigakuren
Your 'normal' nature is too overpowering on this page. It's stopping me from being funny. —Sean Murray I
I need to watch Johnny Mnemonic
with somebody. I've been adding far, far too much to the Headscratchers
page for me to not share my frustration with another human being. —Sean Murray I
Real men have appreciation for the anchovy. —Sean Murray I
- Have you tried the anchovy yet? —Me, again
- I have vandalised your page and drank Pepsi Max at the same time. What Do You Mean, It's Not Awesome? - JR Pictures
- Happy Holidays! Here's this video of Gary Oldman pretending to be Sid Vicious for no reason. —Sean Murray I
- Hey, thanks for adding tropes to my page! - Tropers/Oreochan
- I've never read the original short story. I'm not a big fan of William Gibson as a writer, anyway, but I watch movie version... and that one episode of The X-Files: Fight the Future Gibson wrote with the raccoon-eyed hacker girl◊ for strictly for their Narm elements. —Sean Murray I
- Oh, well lookie here at all this nice, sweet vandalism. It'd be a real shame if someone were to add to it, wouldn't it...? - Karl Kadaver
- I AM THAT I AM
- We gotta stop meeting like this. —Sean Murray I
- Hi! I like shorts! - Katana Cat
- I'm back, and have nothing to say. Not that I did last time. - Katana Cat
- I SO EEEEVVVVIIILLL MWAHAHAHAAHAAHAH - JR Pictures
- What? You call that an Evil Laugh? That's not an Evil Laugh! The trick to having a good Evil Laugh is to think of your favorite joke when you order someone to be executed, only don't say it out loud. Nobody about to be dropped in a cauldron of boiling oil wants to hear the one about the American, the Mexican, and the Kryptonian. YAAAAAHHHH HAAAAA HA HA HA HAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!! —Sean Murray I
- YEAH WELL I'M SO EVIL I ATE A KITTEN HOW'S THAT FOR EVIL — Liberated Liberater
- Birthday party cheesecake jelly bean BOOM! - Katana Cat
- The Void has come to steal your biscuits and gravy... You have been warned.
- Hello, dear MADAM or SIR, I am here today to tell you about my current wiki activities that are totally not an overt attempt at getting attention for my crappy new articles in YKTTW. I haven't created any crappy articles in YKTTW in a long time, but I want help in this process and I want people to give me hats. I want hats now. You give me hat, yes? I'll say once more that This is not Shameless Self-Promotion. —Sean Murray I
- Why do I always end up following Sean Murray I? He's a tough act to follow. It'd be like if I was following David Copperfield by doing the "Got your nose trick", then falling off the stage. - Karl Kadaver
- Captain, there seems to be no sign of abnormal life anywhere. - Logan Locksley
- I forgot to say....RORANICUS PONDICUS INVICTUS!!! - Logan Locksley
- What did the chicken say to the local council? "Put a bloody zebra crossing on that road, I almost got killed crossing it this morning!" -Steventheman
- Do you know the Doppler Effect? - JR Pictures
- We wish you a merry christmas so give me some cash! ~raigakuren
- Toto RUUUUUUUUUUULEZ!!!!! —Sean Murray I
- Ha ha! I have set you up the bomb! -Hotel Kilo
- I love you like a loud Italian man loves AC Milan —Sean Murray I
- -hits with a shovel- I guess you could say....crap can't think of something clever to say ~raigakuren
- Why did you do that, why did you let me vandalise your page? It's all downhill from here. - JR Pictures
- Hey Dude, I wanted to wish you a happy Jesus Day or whatever. You may be wondering, but unfortunately, I don't have a copy of Glenn Beck's most recent family Christmas card, but here are 2009's◊ and 2010's◊ to make up for it. Also, I got this whole mess of crazy that my family and relatives have been getting as an apparent "holiday greeting card" from these distant cousins of mine. This is the most insane Christmas card I have ever come in contact with (worse than Glenn Beck 2010) in my life. Hell, FUCK THAT! This is crazier than Johnny Mnemonic! Yeah, I said it! But here it is, anyway—the worst, most insane Christmas card in the world. This NEEDS to be shared with the Internet. Save for a few censored details here and there (names of places and stuff), this letter is unchanged and untouched. —Sean Murray I
We managed to get through 2011 without moving anywhere and without losing or changing jobs. I still work for forensic investigators (accidental or suspicious fires) and Joe is still Managing Director at [REDACTED] Cemetery in [Redacted]. My neighborhood has several more new houses and unfortunately we have discovered that our next door neighbor is the neighborhood busybody and troublemaker. The wife especially (husband/wife in their 50s). She has some kind of abnormal fear or hate for plants, trees, flowers, etc., and in the Spring, she pulled out all of the greenery that the builder planted at her house. It stayed that way all Summer while the homeowners association continued to threaten her. She finally planted new greenery at the front foundation in October. We are not allowed to have holiday lighting except between December 1 and January 1. She put up weird orange lights for Halloween and left them on until Thanksgiving, finally changing them out for Christmas lights. Back to her hatred of plants: Joe did a lot of landscaping around our house and set up sprinklers everywhere something needed to be watered. She complained we were getting her grass wet on the borderline between our property and hers (freak!) then went so far as to pull out our sprinkler heads when we were not home, and denied it when we confronted her. We threatened to file a trespassing complaint. She retaliated by calling the police and saying we threatened her with a gun. Total lie. As it turns out, she's a pathological liar with a long history. There are several internet stories where she stirred up trouble at previous neighborhoods, restaurants, hotels, etc., each time making up some absurd lie, sometimes even bringing in the news media to spread her craziness. We ended up spending a few thousand dollars to put up a fence so that she cannot trespass. Well it protects the backyard at least. Fences are not permitted in the front yard. We will finally make the final payment on that big expense this month (well worth it, but I was hoping to buy it after we saved for it, not sooner). Everyone in the neighborhood hates this woman now and they all know the trouble she's made for us (they have their own stories to tell, too....she actually trespassed in someone's back yard while they were in their hot tub, surrounded by curtains for privacy....she opened the curtains to greet them. Yes, really!) Joe and I are convinced we are freak magnets. If there's a freak to be found, they will find us, and probably live next door. I know Joe wants to move again, but that's not going to happen unless we win the lottery. I am exhausted about moving. I hope the weirdo neighbor moves first. She supposedly never stays anywhere more than a year (it's been more than a year already at this address). She is overdue to move! Ha. ha. I hope you had a good year and that 2012 will be a good year for everyone.
- Your favorite anime is Durarara!!. I approve. — Liberated Liberater
- I have reached the conclusion that if your username is a total lie, then that probably means you're this guy. —Sean Murray I
- Hello. Eternal Noob here. You like cup noodles?
- mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmyes says mellochan42
- It's taken me a long time to decide, but I've decided that I'm going to endorse Rick Perry as the Republican nominee for President of the United States. —Sean Murray I
- As a troper that has been here for a while now, I'm no longer a newbie but I still must grasp many tropes. Why I'm telling you this I don't know. Should you care? Probably not. - JR Pictures
- Herp to the derp! ~raigakuren
- Your toilet's broken. You've also run out of milk. I didn't drink it. ~Tropers/Aralyn
- Ooh, Seattle! I want to go there and visit the original Starbucks, maybe have a cup or two of Pike Place Roast while I'm there. A coffee pilgrimage! But now I'm being weird because this is a vandalism, not a message board, so! — Trevor Whatever, Coffee Addict
- Seattle also gave us Death Cab. Which is cool. Tre
- Gunnelnuhnuhnuh ~raigakuren
- Careful there. You've got a completly normal guy over your keyboard. ~Dhana Ragnarok
- ...Nobody vandalised after me ? Does that means this page is mine now ? MINE ! MINE ! MINE !!!
- This page will soon be assimilated. You're next. ~Dhana Ragnarok, again.
- I was scared with the "Completely Normal" part until you said it was a lie. Phew.
Well, I guess it's like me... I'm not so "amused", to be honest. - Amused Troper Guy
- AAA Ah ZOMBIES - JR Pictures
- LOOK AT WHAT I AM LISTENING TO RIGHT NOW! —Sean Murray I
- Hello again. -VoidsEmpathy
- Lalalalalalalala - JR Pictures
- Hi. Again. Rockonman
- I don't know what to type here, so I'll simply announce, Moo ~ Who Needs Sleep
- Just so you know, you really oughta fix your vandal shield. - Mort08
- "Gentlemen. You can't fight in here. This is the War Room!" —Ailedhoo
- I can't believe I haven't gotten this page yet. *Goes apeshit with seventeen cans of spray paint* There we go, vandalized! ~Balmung
- All you have are guns, and the hope to kill me before you run out of bullets, because you won't have time to run if you failed. <shot>
- Hey Mr. Normal Guy, I just wanted to say hi from a Not So Normal Guy.
- Woah. You have a big page. ~Rockonman
- Just had to stop by and say you're awesome! ~Rockonman
- You were the first person to vandalize my page! For that, you win a prize! Your price is nothing but the satisfaction of being the first person to vandalize my page.... ~ilsemmr
- Well I will just stand here until this sentence ends. JR Pictures
- What part of seattle do you hail from, fellow washingtonion? ~Rockonman
- I'm in a vandalising mood. JR Pictures
- I'm from Bellingham, since we're on the topic. Rockonman
- Hey, Guy, you seem Completely Normal. Why no, I'm not very original, why do you ask? —0dd1
- Look at the bones! Ailedhoo
- Normal? HAH! Nice try, buddy. We're all mad here. - Motree
- Hmmmm...Have you heard of Mt. Eden? ~Rockonman
- It seems I broke the thing between you and Rockonman going on. JR Pictures
- A hell of a good time wait for you, it's really nothing new, it's just a thing we like to do! ~Dhana Ragnarok
- Awesome music you linked, yo. ~Rockonman
- My bologna has a first name, it's J-I-M! ~VmKid
- Would you be interested in a good youtube horror series? ~Rockonman
- I'm always late to these vandalism folders... ~Thiefoftime
- VANDALISM AGAIN. AND AGAIN. AGAIN. Inhopelessguy
- Yea, the weather's been very bipolar lately. Snow, hail, rain, and sun within 30 minutes? What is this madness?? ~Rockonman
- Thanks for showing me Abney Park. Now I'm addicted. ~Rockonman
- Man, I haven't paid you a visit in a while now, and the last time I came here I shared "Somebody's Baby" by Jackson Browne. What the hell was THAT about? —Sean Murray I
- I guess I'll give some to you in return for that sexy headwear? :D ~Aralyn
- Awwwww, man, this Friday is 4/20, man, and I know you know that that means! Yeah, boy! Unfortunately, I haven't yet made any plans to do anything come Friday, but I definitely gotta come up with something special to do so I can celebrate Hitler's birthday properly. Got any ideas? —Sean Murray I
- You have been randomly selected to be my first Contributer Page edit. Or maybe not. Two can play the lying game. - Superkim111
- DANCE LIKE YOU'VE NEVER DANCED BEFORE. ~Rockonman
- Coolskis. I like psychology. - (sabrina_diamond)
- I HAVE RUN OUT OF THINGS TO SAY HERE. SAD DAY. ~Rockonman
- Here's this then: Metropolis Part 2 is about a man who learns that in a past life, he lived as a young girl who, along with her mother, got killed by the hypotenuse, Edward, in a love triangle. Then, in the last minute of the song, we learn that the hypnotist the main guy has been talking to is the reincarnation of Edward when he breaks into the main character's apartment and murders him. ~Rockonman
- Hey, you know that praise I gave you for that way you referenced that REM song? Man, that ain't enough to honor what you did. To honor a posting display on the TV Tropes fora as extraordinary as the posting display you recently made, I shall grant you, the honorable and gracious honor, The Charlie Sheen Seal of Win:
- May your Adonis DNA and Tiger Blood always be pure! —Sean Murray I