Meet the Tropers: newbie thread/introductions.:

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17001 DiurnalBrocolli28th Sep 2012 05:49:45 PM from The Sunken Wawanakwa Island (SEND HELP!) , Relationship Status: Seeking boyfriend-free girl
Er, what?
Oops... ^_^;

Maybe I should call you Nuva?
Moral of the Story: NEVER cheat at Dominoes.
Sabrina
Hello! I've been lurking on this site for a while and finally decided to make an account. My name is Sabrina, I'm a teenager who likes writing and my goal in life is to become an esteemed author.
17003 DiurnalBrocolli28th Sep 2012 07:19:01 PM from The Sunken Wawanakwa Island (SEND HELP!) , Relationship Status: Seeking boyfriend-free girl
Er, what?
Hi, nerdofchaos! Pizza's in the foyer!

Writer, huh? Can we see your works someday?
Moral of the Story: NEVER cheat at Dominoes.
17004 chihuahua028th Sep 2012 07:30:56 PM from Standoff, USA , Relationship Status: I LOVE THIS DOCTOR!
Writer's Welcome Wagon
Hey, nerdofchaos! Writer's Block is at the bottom-left section of the forum.

17005 Inhopelessguy28th Sep 2012 07:31:22 PM from Birmingham Ctl, UK , Relationship Status: One Is The Loneliest Number
WELCOME!

ENJOY THIS PLACE.

IT SHALL BE YOUR NEW, PERMANENT HOME.

Forward all your post to TV Tropes, 19 Hypertext Way, The Internet.

JUST FISHING FOR THE MOON IN AN ARTIFICIAL SEA

Sabrina
Maybe someday you'll see my works! Thanks for telling me where Writer's Block is, I'll definitely post there in the future. Also, I'm enjoying my new, permanent home very much.
Definitely not a weirdo
Hello and have fun
And I wrote you this haiku
So you feel welcome.
17008 SlendidSuit29th Sep 2012 05:26:28 AM from Probably a Pub
UNIVERSITY IS NEARLY OVER PANIC EVERYONE
Hello nerd of chaos. I see you like the weird fat-monsters from Tate-era Doctor Who. I think this pleases me.

edited 29th Sep '12 5:26:38 AM by SlendidSuit

Gimme yer lunch money, dweeb.
17009 Rabbidking30th Sep 2012 11:04:50 AM from Ohio , Relationship Status: Yes, I'm alone, but I'm alone and free
Hello all! The name's Rabbidking, and I'm relatively new to the TV Tropes family. I've been reading some of the articles on the site, and figured I just had to try this place out. Hopefully I don't screw up too badly...tongue
17010 NESgamer19030th Sep 2012 12:27:39 PM from a NES cartridge , Relationship Status: Brony
Well Rabbidking, I know this is probably not within my power to do so, but welcome to TV Tropes! I do hope you find the whole site as thrilling as you hope, and don't sweat it too much if you make a few mistakes. Even I am still having a couple bouts of wrestling with the troper page of my own.

(Several posts ago, like two pages ago, If games count as works, I'd say La-Mulana, Dwarf Fortress, Nightshade, Hunt the Wumpus, and many games made by Sunsoft, Rare, or Konami would be my favorite works.)
"If you have any beefs with Santa, do remember to SETTLE IT IN SMASH!" Quote by Edveed
17011 Speedchesser30th Sep 2012 12:31:22 PM from somewhere between denial and the color blue. , Relationship Status: Tsundere'ing
Allosaurushat.
Welcome! Don't be shy.
We don't bite (save for Ricky)
And he's still eating.
I play Xanatos Speed Chess. I usually lose in three moves.

TV Tropes is not a ninja academy.
Definitely not a weirdo
Welcome Rabbidking. Nice to have you here. Don't worry about screwing up too much (at least on the forum side); we're all friendly here. I think Rigo ate the pizza that was in the foyer, so I'll have to get a new one.
17013 DiurnalBrocolli30th Sep 2012 01:20:01 PM from The Sunken Wawanakwa Island (SEND HELP!) , Relationship Status: Seeking boyfriend-free girl
Er, what?
Welcome to the family!

And don't worry, I'm sure you'll do fine.

BTW, BRB to get some more pizza.

edited 30th Sep '12 1:22:08 PM by DiurnalBrocolli

Moral of the Story: NEVER cheat at Dominoes.
17014 Inhopelessguy30th Sep 2012 02:38:20 PM from Birmingham Ctl, UK , Relationship Status: One Is The Loneliest Number
Welcome to the family!

Not yet.

(Someone else explain. I've explained it too many times to too many people)

ANYWAY, WELCOME.

JUST FISHING FOR THE MOON IN AN ARTIFICIAL SEA

17015 Phoenixor30th Sep 2012 03:40:19 PM from Scotland. Still.
Departed days ahead.
-Ahem- Hope has a policy of kidnapping tropers and forcing them to join his abomination of a tree adopting other tropers and adding them to his family tree. So yeah.
I guess we could go... wherever we please.
17016 Lock30th Sep 2012 04:54:46 PM from Germany
Space Wizard
The use of quotation marks is advised when talking about this "family tree" as the term is used rather loosely here and is as much a tree as Cthulhu is a squid...
Programming and surgery have a lot of things in common: Don't start removing colons until you know what you're doing.
17017 BestOf30th Sep 2012 04:57:01 PM from Finland , Relationship Status: Falling within your bell curve
FABRICATI DIEM, PVNC!
Well, since all humans are very closely related, I think it's fair to call it a family tree without the quotation marks; but then again, I wouldn't put quotation marks around that phrase when referring to humans, horses and lions; so maybe I'm just looking at the really big picture.

And immediately after posting that, I realise that it's still not a proper family tree because the connections are neither accurate nor even realistic. So, yeah. It's not a proper family tree.

edited 30th Sep '12 4:57:56 PM by BestOf

Quod gratis asseritur, gratis negatur.
17018 Lock30th Sep 2012 05:02:24 PM from Germany
Space Wizard
I rather meant it because a tree usually gets more spread at the top and branches out.

Hopey's... thing is more fond of Alien Geometries in this case.
Programming and surgery have a lot of things in common: Don't start removing colons until you know what you're doing.
17019 BestOf30th Sep 2012 05:22:49 PM from Finland , Relationship Status: Falling within your bell curve
FABRICATI DIEM, PVNC!
I'm not disputing that. Since this discussion is not at all pointless, I think we should - nay, must - point out that there are also other features of trees that are not present in Hopey's "family tree." For instance, I haven't seen literally thousands of individuals representing dozens of similar but also different species of Hopey's "family tree" every year of my life, even in television.

edited 30th Sep '12 5:23:18 PM by BestOf

Quod gratis asseritur, gratis negatur.
Welcome to madness, Rabbidking. smile
17021 chihuahua030th Sep 2012 07:13:26 PM from Standoff, USA , Relationship Status: I LOVE THIS DOCTOR!
Writer's Welcome Wagon
Do we have a thread for French speakers? I'm learning the language, and I want to practice.

Learning french too, eh?
17023 chihuahua030th Sep 2012 07:21:10 PM from Standoff, USA , Relationship Status: I LOVE THIS DOCTOR!
Writer's Welcome Wagon
Oops. I thought I posted in the Quickie Questions thread.

But while I'm still here...Salut, nouveau venu! J'aime TV Tropes.

Oui. I'm learning the basics.

[up]Moi aussi. smile
17025 Rabbidking30th Sep 2012 08:00:34 PM from Ohio , Relationship Status: Yes, I'm alone, but I'm alone and free
Thanks so much for the warm welcome, everybody! Looking forward to meeting fellow Tropers and joing/being forced into a brand new family. I look forward to this madness you speak of, Daydreamer. Now. let's hope I can dredge up something to use in either the Tropes, the Pantheon, or whatever else is on this site (haven't had much time to explore fully yet, what with a little something called COLLEGE to worry about.)

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