Tropers: Kyler Thatch
A random twenty-something doodlehead whose point of obsession changes as often as the weather. Also has an incredible fondness for puns. Most of his contributions include adding new examples to a trope when he happens to notice them. Occasionally, he also does a little bit of cleaning up, like removing redundant lines or putting examples next to each other if they're from the same book/movie/whatever. Most of the time, though, he's lurking around on the forums. Used to run a D&D 3.5 campaign called "Into the Umbra"* , a tale of mystery, intrigue, and nonexistent dragons. It didn't survive the collision course with Real Life, but it was fun while it lasted. Likes: Character Development, Earn Your Happy Ending
Dislikes: Measuring the Marigolds
Works Pages Created:
Lyrical Signature Gallery
The world has forgotten, the world moved along
The crowd at his window went back to their homesIf I could give all my love to you
—They Might Be Giants, "Meet James Ensor"
I could justify myself, but I'm just not coming throughI am the one who loved you, I am the one who cried
—Counting Crows, "If I Could Give All My Love (Richard Manuel is Dead)"
I am the one who watched while you diedGot a fist of pure emotion, got a head of shattered dreams
—Next To Normal, "I Am the One (reprise)"
Gotta leave it, gotta leave it all behind nowMinsan pa ulan, bumuhos ka't h'wag nang tumigil pa
—Take That, "Back for Good"
Hatid mo may bagyo, dalangin ito ng puso kong sumasamoHope don't matter, it don't matter
—Ryan Cayabyab, "Tuwing Umuulan At Kapiling Ka"
Time will pulse on, and tomorrow will come and goHere's a riddle for you, find the answer
—Kerrigan-Lowdermilk, "Two Strangers"
"There's a reason for the world: you and I"From my heart and from my hand
—Five for Fighting, "The Riddle"
Why don't people understand my intentions?Daan-daang larawan ang nagdaraan sa aking paningin
—Oingo Boingo, "Weird Science"
Daan-daang nakaraan, ibinabalik ng simoy ng hanginAm I hurting? Am I sad? Should I stay or should I go?
I've forgotten how to tell. Did I ever even know?Offer up your best defense, but this is the end
—Cristina Vee, "Bad Apple! (English)"
This is the end of the innocenceThey say we are what we are
—Don Henley, "End of the Innocence"
But we don't have to be
—Fall Out Boy, "Immortals"