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Presumably, knowing Japanese (or Mandarin, I'm afraid I can't tell the two apart very easily) will allow for a nice little joke or statement by translating what the avatar says.
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edited 27th Nov '10 6:05:08 PM by Legionnaire
Classifying the feelings the poster has towards the avatar.
According to That Other Wiki, among Hungry Joe's more famous scam victims was Oscar Wilde, which is about what I expected when I saw the title.
No, no. That angle is NOT better. Unless you're a furry.
It's a subtitle.
Since it appears to be an Eldritch Abomination, it's an accurate description of the creature's age, especially since the human mind most likely cannot comprehend it.
The poster has PSL for the avatar. I approve.
So I take it that you weren't happy about the reception that Connie got.
Ping Pong: ancient sport of Chinese royalty?
I'm going to hope that there's no direct correlation.
She's reading the book, at the beginning.
Confusion at the fact that Steam is having a sale when the avatar is a character from one of its killer apps.
If Black Wolfe is to be believed, your avatar is both disreputable and Cockney.
They both sure are nonsensical.
edited 6th Dec '10 6:41:55 PM by SeanMurrayI
Your celebrating the holidays with carols and festive hats.
Cyndaquil + Santa hat = Santaquil. A nice pun, ah?
It's... well, a direct description of the events occurring therein.
Are not. >:(
Well, it's a wug, and... I have no idea.
Refers to Princess Toadstool.
A cute pun.
Because Peach has this magical attraction which lures even large angry turtles.
If I would try to explain the relation between the tittle and the avatar, it would take hours so I could write the full philosophical explanation xP
Nothing! Since when does a Randian Objectivist plead incompetence?
Oh. I take it you have The Ginkei in there?
edited 6th Dec '10 8:36:12 PM by Noaqiyeum
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How well does it match the trope?