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Kibchi is... well, I am, a long time lurker of the website. I'm not the kind of person who makes friends easily, but the friends I do make are friends I try to keep. I've done nothing of note in my life, though recent events have made it so that might change.

Here's some info about me, I guess:

  • Abandon Ware: This is a bad habit of mine. I want to fix it and get something done.
  • AB Positive: My blood type's O negative.
  • Actually Pretty Funny: If you criticize me in a way I'll enjoy, I'll probably admit it. Unless you earn my ire first.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: Bipolar, ASD, ADHD, and mild dyslexia. There- no longer ambiguous.
  • Archer Archetype: This is a hobby of mine. It's very relaxing.
  • Blood Knight: I will not deny that I get quite charged when I crush someone. However, I would never hurt someone to the point they cannot recover, not on purpose.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: Comes with not meshing with society. Here's some key points.
    • Punishment is meant to prevent repeats of tragedies. If a punishment does not do that, it's the wrong course of action. So murdering someone is okay if you have valid cause to believe they will murder others, and not regret it- and by that I mean they have demonstrated violent tendencies, pride in their ability to end lives, and a lack of self-restraint. At the same time, jailing someone who has mental illness that could be treated with therapy is evil.
    • Fact checking is an obligation when it comes to debates. I shouldn't have to do that for you, and you shouldn't have to do that for me. If I make a mistake in the process, I'll likely apologize.
    • The courtier's reply is the crutch of intellectual troglodytes. A point can be valid regardless of what certification the guy who makes it has, and dismissal of such things over that alone is what assholes do. Skepticism until prowess is demonstrated is fine, though.
  • Casual Kink: I have one. I don't see any reason to tell you about it, nor do I feel any guilt over it.
  • Crusading Lawyer: I need not be a lawyer, I could be a prosecutor, but ultimately I want to be this.
  • Deadpan Snarker: You'd be surprised how biting I can be.
  • The Ditherer: I have ADHD, which makes focusing hard. I'm also not the type to put effort into something that feels easy.
  • The Empath: I usually have a good handle on how people feel.
  • The Fashionista: I guess you'd call me a rare male example of this? I know a thing or two about color co-ordination, and you'll never catch me knowingly wearing an outfit that doesn't work.
  • Fatal Flaw: I'm told I'm a Control Freak. There's only a few people whose judgement I trust on that point, and they've agreed with it, though they don't get insulting about it.
  • Hot-Blooded: On an "up" day, and sometimes on "down" days.
  • Insufferable Genius: I'm frequently told by experts that I'm a bright individual. The downside is that despite needing to study, I don't ever actually do so, because it's boring. That, and I tend to lord it over people, which I hate because I often times don't know I'm doing it.
  • Lawful Good: Not in a conventional sense. I don't follow society's rules, but I have my own moral code that I'd never break on purpose.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: Most people would say only the latter part applies to me- but I know a couple who would say the former applies, too.
  • Machiavelli Was Wrong: Ruling with hate will just make you a target. It's better to be nice to people. I'm just angry that most people don't seem to get that.
  • Martial Pacifist: If I were to employ violence to punish someone, it would leave a bad taste in my mouth. If I were to do martial arts sparring with a friend, I'd enjoy it. I don't like hurting people, but I enjoy competition.
  • Misanthrope Supreme: If you take the racism out of George Fitzhugh's idea that most people cannot police themselves, I would agree with him wholeheartedly. Idiocy and a lack of discipline are one of the biggest ways to get me to hate you.
  • Never Be Hurt Again: This is likely part of the reason for my Control Freak tendencies. I can't stand seeing people hurt, to the point that screams of fear and pain are uncomfortable for me. As such, I've dedicated my life to preventing people from being hurt, because I can feel their distress.
  • No Social Skills: Arguably. I don't really care about social conventions.
  • Older Than They Look: In as much as this can be played straight in reality. I've been told I look about... 80% as old as I actually am.
  • Pet-Peeve Trope: Pretty much anything that implies a problem can't be fixed, such as certain ways to play a Downer Ending, or something preachy, like a Designated Hero.
  • "Stop Having Fun" Guy: To a degree. If I see a problem with a work that makes me not enjoy something, and people encounter the same thing, but enjoy it anyway, I take it as an insult. Mainly because the responses I get when people try to refute me ultimately boil down to being treated as the "real" problem because I'm complaining.
  • The Twink: Young, gay, and effeminate looking. I fit all three.
  • Poland: Yyyyep. This is where I'm from. Certainly have the spirit of it.
  • ‹bermensch: I might not be a traditional example, but I believe anyone who doesn't mesh with the status quo like I do would qualify.
  • Victim-Blaming: This is a psych trigger for me, so don't do it around me. It will be a tragedy for you, of your own making.
  • What Measure Is a Non-Human?: The only thing that decides whether something is a person, in my eyes, is what they do when they can't be held culpable for something. If you act like a decent person, opting to not exploit others, or only do something terrible because you're put in a desperate situation and feel horrible afterwards, then you're a person. Doing something like intentionally triggering PTSD to the point someone is injured, driving someone to suicide or otherwise grievously hurting people because you can get away with it is a sign you should have an explosive leash around your neck, and should be whipped regularly, because you are not human enough for any rights.