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Not push. That would make me relearn depression by that drawback.
You have to give up Cringe Culture for it to happen.
PUSH! I want see Main 7 in Super Smash!
you get a tv that lets you watch all of your favorite shows
there is a ravenous sentient chair always coming at you to eat you
No push. No show is worth dying for.
Your vehicle never runs out of gas
You have to be fused with it.
Don't push. I usually take the bus or walk anyway.
You become able to write at supernatural speed, enough to fill an entire page within seconds
you also become mute.
Push, the rewards outweigh the risks.
Your video Game/Novel/TV show/Movie/Manga idea gets made and is a smash hit.
The fanbase around it suffers frequently from Broken Base,Misaimed Fandom, and Fan Myopia.
Push. I love the idea of having my characters on-screen!
You get to do whatever you feel like doing weekly
You have your core memories wiped out regularly at the end of each day.
Edited by sabrina_diamond on Oct 9th 2019 at 3:14:44 AM
Push, my memories will be teared apart, but I'll enjoy the moment.
You get the chance to meet your favorite character from fiction
It'll try to kill you.
Edited by The0dragon on Oct 8th 2019 at 1:14:04 PM
Push. Considering it's Sinon, I got a feeling she'd do it anyways. Keeping out of sight would keep my life expectancy up, at least.
You get to unfuck one past moment in the IRL or In-Universe history of a franchise you like
You must massively fuck over any unannounced future entries past the newest at the time.
Edited by hanwen1234 on Oct 9th 2019 at 8:45:56 PM
Push. I'd fix one of the things in House of Anubis that drive me crazy. That show ain't coming back, so I'm not worried about the future.
You get to live in any fictional world of your choosing, and you have complete immortality no matter what sort of universe it is.
If you try to help any character do anything, or otherwise change the plot in any way, your immortality is revoked, and you and that character will die.
Not pushing. What's the point of living in the same world as Caitlin Snow if I can't help her with anything.
You enter the fictional world of your choosing,
You are in the body of your least favorite character from that work. Harry Potter fans, enjoy being Umbridge.
No push. I donít wanna be the female Dr Light.
You have fire powers that are controllable!
They are only small flames and take a lot of energy to be formed.
I'd probably never use them. No push.
You are immune to getting ninja'd on the TV Tropes forums.
You get ninja'd on all other forums and comment sections.
Push! I barely get ninjaed.
You will find yourself on your favourite game show.
It is a game show that appeared or mentioned in Bad Wolf.
No push. I don't even watch game shows, so I'd be getting killed for nothing.
Your waifu/husbando becomes real.
They want nothing to do with you.
No thanks, if she isn't interested in me at all then I'd just be unleashing an overpowered serial killer into the world for no reason.
You get 1 million dollars.
It's in the form of pennies.
you know that 'i smell pennies' meme thats dead now? yeah if i push that i might as well accidentally resurrect it. but its Halloween, which is the spooky month, which means resurrections, so hell yeah i push it!
you erase a 'bad' culture (cancel culture, callout culture, etc)
you also erase an actual culture.
I'm not pushing that button, Who knows what culture I might ruin?
You get the ability to breathe underwater
You will be unable to walk on two feet.
push the button. I'll get a wheelchair.
you can play guitar
only with your tongue and can only play Irish folk.
No. I can already play the guitar. Badly, yes, but playing it with my tongue seems like an incredibly bad idea if you know that plucking guitar strings hurt your fingers after a while. Cutting your tongue on a string while it aches at the same time???? Noooo thank you.
You get isekai'd into the anime world
You find out that all of the "dere" Waifus and Husbandos such as yanderes and tsunderes arent as fun to be with as you originally thought.
Edited by KingOfStickers on Oct 28th 2019 at 11:03:40 AM
Not pushing, for many reasons including the presence of yanderes and my inability to speak Japanese.
You get to wake up feeling rested every day...
You get woken up by the Dropkick Murphys
x2 Hard pass, there. Being a Stock Shōnen Hero doesnít really appeal to me, especially given that the amount of anime Iíve even watched (and enjoyed) is rather small, and Iím not in the business of lusting after any characters in any of the ones I have seen, so.
Despite not really being one for Celtic punk Iíd probably press it just for the benefits of not having to worry about my damn Circadian rhythms. Keeping myself from inverting my schedule completely is a Herculean challenge, and if the Murphys are my solution, so be it.
A story youíve written gets a big-budget adaptation for theaters and gets tons of positive buzz from film festivals and fans
it ends up tanking at the box office, overshadowed by the Mouseís latest live-action remake or whatever
Edited by Tre on Oct 28th 2019 at 7:15:22 AM
Oh fuck no.
push the button. It may tank at the box office but hopefully my name will spread across those indie fests enough that a studio will eventually take notice.
You can perform D&D style magic
At the cost of having your immune system weakened for a week after using said magic.
Edited by KeironCioran on Oct 28th 2019 at 4:20:32 AM
Eh, it's not like I can become more of a clean freak than I already am, the side effects probably won't be that horrible. Push.
You can perform D&D style rolls to increase the success of any of your actions in real life.
Most of them are crit fails.
Yeah, I'd push it. It would make the situation much more funnier if I ever did roll a crit success.
You get sent to the D&D world and get to go on awesome adventures with your friends
You start at Level 1 and your character stats are completely randomized. Including your cantrips, race, etc.
Edited by KingOfStickers on Oct 28th 2019 at 12:37:42 PM
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