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porkyThegrumpiest
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06:04:49 AM Sep 22nd 2013
edited by 27.55.136.88
Oh right, this article sound like multiple person is editing the article, time to do cleanup then.
lovermother
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03:05:24 PM Jan 22nd 2013
Does anyone else think that it's a little dickish to say that you love the absence of cities right after someone else says that they enjoyed cities?
AIR
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04:51:28 PM Jun 7th 2012
How about a new page, Sweet Dreams Fuel Station Attendent?
SantosLHalper
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12:40:26 PM May 9th 2012
  • Funny as it may seem, H.P. Lovecraft's Celephais is a story with a happy ending, since everything else is filled with Eldritch Abominations, madness and death. It concerns Kuranes (not his real name, but a Dream name), a middle aged English fellow, who, disillusioned with his current life, creates Celephais in his dreams. He dreams of it more and more, until peniless and destitute, knights from the city itself whisk him away to live there and reign over it as king and chief god, leaving behind the miserable life he had on Earth, and is now probably far safer from roving cosmic horrors.

Not so fast: Kuranes only dreamt of Celephais once, and proceeded to waste his life away by obsessively trying to dream about Celephais to no avail. By the end of the story, he becomes addicted to drugs and loses all his money. Yeah, he does become its chief god at the end, but at the end it's implied that the entire sequence was nothing more than the delusions of a penniless tramp who wondered through a seaside village one day and drowned in the ocean.
ElleWednesday
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02:05:58 PM Jun 12th 2011
I'm not sure the page quote from "Sweet Dreams" really fits. Despite the title, that song is practically Nightmare Fuel, and the lyric is probably ironic?
emjoseph
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07:41:42 AM Apr 7th 2010
Is this page really necessary? It seems to be an almost exact copy of CMOH. Only real exception I've seen (granted, I only skimmed the page) was the piece about Inglorious Basterds
pokemonfan
10:10:42 PM Apr 25th 2010
I could delete it if anyone wants.
pokemonfan
06:06:46 AM Apr 26th 2010
edited by pokemonfan
Or I could just delete the things that belong in the CMOH section.
TsundeRay
11:48:24 AM May 3rd 2010
@pokemonfan: Please do.
pokemonfan
07:43:10 PM May 5th 2010
I deleted everything that belongs in the CMOH section. Just let me know if I missed anything. By the way, if you find this page unnecessary, I'd be happy to delete the whole thing (if you want).
pokemonfan
02:13:22 PM May 6th 2010
edited by pokemonfan
When you said, "Please do", were you referring to deleting the whole page or just the CMOH stuff?
pokemonfan
09:02:46 PM May 15th 2010
If it's all right with anyone, I think I'm going to delete this page since it's basically a combination of CMOH and Gushing About Shows You Like.
TsundeRay
10:56:20 PM Jul 6th 2010
Yes, delete the page.
72.75.120.129
10:41:17 PM Jul 31st 2010
I decided not to.
CalamityJane
10:43:55 AM Jan 31st 2011
Please don't. This is a very uplifting page and some people really need some images or music that can cheer them up and make them feel happy.
SpellBlade
11:29:40 AM Jan 31st 2011
Page blanking can get you banned, you know.
Stoogebie
02:45:13 PM Oct 21st 2013
This is for exaggerated cases of Crowning Moment of Heartwarming. In the same vein that the horror genre could be (loosely) defined as one big Nightmare Fuel moment, or how porn can be summed up as "fanservice taken to the level of Refuge in Audacity", this is "Crowning Story of Heartwarming". Or an antidepressant for anyone who's been through the Tear Jerker section a little too long. Please, please don't take our Sweet Dreams Fuel away!
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