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edited 14th Jun '15 9:40:54 AM by SeptimusHeap
- The Slender Man Mythos: The Slender Man is an internet meme, specifically a Creepy Pasta, first started by Victor Surge on this site (here). It soon became more popular and mutated into what you see before you today.
edited 27th Jun '12 3:04:06 PM by DarkConfidant
edited 27th Jun '12 4:21:59 PM by rodneyAnonymous
Huck: What's your name? The Mysterious Stranger: Satan.
- Could someone perhaps explain why "Laundry" is in the "GTL" ("Gym, Tan, Laundry") list? I was under the impression that that was a daily routine list, but unless "Laundry" is both literally going to the laundromat to wash clothing and a euphemism for socializing at the laundromat, or the people in this show's social circles wash a single set of clothing at a time out of a very small wardrobe or wear several (or more) outfits within a single day, as much as a rich fashionista (or fashionist?) would wear and have sent to a professional clothes cleaner or tailor, I don't see why/how "Laundry" could be a daily thing, let alone would need to be a daily thing.
- Depending on your interpretation of her character, Clara La Guerta, who is a pregnant girl who says she was impregnanted by her employer, Harold Thornton, then thrown out on the street with her child. You go to get some money from Harold to support her, but he denies it, challenging you to a duel. He dies. Upon giving her the money, she is clearly distraught at the news of Harold's death. A few days later, you see Mrs Thornton. Clara apparently turned up to laugh at Harold's funeral, and Mrs Thornton casts doubt on the whole story. Thus, the possibility of Clara being a deranged, lying, vengeful bitch who manipulated you into killing an innocent man for no reason whatsoever is a very real one. Her status as a minor Karma Houdini makes this even worse.
edited 28th Jun '12 11:24:27 AM by Krystoff
edited 28th Jun '12 11:52:20 AM by Krystoff