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Edited by ReikoKazama on Aug 3rd 2019 at 3:04:43 AM
I do all my memes on Powerpoint, coz I'm too broke and lazy for anything else.
I use Imgflip and just edit out the watermark like the madlad I am.
I once accidentally detagged a few sticker tags while on a placement while they were on the roll. The kind that are usually placed on certain items.
Needless to say, I always make sure the roll's away from the scanner now.
I don't really obsess over continuity when it comes to cartoons although I notice how some people younger than me do.
Even though I used to watch my fair share of media, I never once tried to look beneath the surface of the tropes in play. If I see a Butt Monkey that gets mistreated in cartoons, I usually assume the author is just being a cold and cruel jerk until they reveal something about their personality.
I was introduced to "Smile" by Jimmy Durante by the trailer for Joker (2019). Now I really love the song. It makes me genuinely happy, even though it was used for somewhat creepy effect in the trailer. But now I'm worried that other people might only find it scary because of how it was used in the trailer. :P
I know it's wrong to assume that everyone else is different from me, but I just don't want to go around singing it and have people think I'm edgy or suspicious or something. :P
Edited by DrNoPuma on Sep 12th 2019 at 5:16:01 AM
I tend to read initialisms and abbreviations on chat and forum posts the way they are written instead of what they stand for. For example, I read "LMAO" as "lam-ow", "TBH" as "tib-eh" and "thx" as "thicks". Alternatively, I might read only part of the initialism as what it stands for (e.g. "WTF" as "What the fuff" or "Whatuff").
I do that too, lol.
I have a hard time concentrating on my art without my headphones, and it's not just because they muffle background noise - it's also a tactile thing. They've got these nice thick ears and a comfortable weight to them, and something just doesn't feel right without that.
That reminds me of a time when I was younger my sister was playing Roblox and I was watching her. (When we were little me and my siblings shared the family computer and had half-hour/hour turns to play Roblox, usually the other siblings would watch whoever was using the laptop play while waiting for their turn) she was on Flood Escape and someone said "LMAO" in the chat. My sister said "LMAO" in the chat too, then in real life I started saying "Lah-mo" over and over again, and I thought it was a weird way to spell "llama" My sister then corrected me saying it meant "Laughing my a** off"
Dc Super Hero Girls was one of my first exposures to DC (one of the others was two half-seen episodes of BTAS) and it created a bad impression on me.
I thought that it was an alternative universe where everyone was a young girl (thus confusing Supergirl, Batgirl and co. with Superman and Batman (I only knew the Superfriends Seven then)) until Green Lantern appeared and debunked my theory. Then I thought it was a Spin-Offspring just like fellow High School A.U.s Monster High and Ever After High. To be fair now, Katanaís design looks a lot like Rising Sunís outfit.
It also caused me to think that Poison Ivy was a good guy. Then the rest of adaptations happened and I was proved wrong.
I didn't like the "Nobody:" meme at first, but it's grown on me. :P
The opposite for me. I used not mind it but now I think itís incredibly lazy.
I have a guide for Minecraft, but I have never once bought a copy of the actual Minecraft game.
I have a guidebook for the first Viva PiŮata game, and it's pretty beat-up from years of use by a much younger me. That thing enabled me to experience more of the game's content than I ever would have found on my own. Makes me wonder if I'd still be playing if I hadn't gotten it. I don't really use it anymore note partly because I play the second game now, and partly because I don't want to rely on a guide for everything, but it's an artifact of pure nostalgia now.
I ship all of these. I am only ashamed for posting it (and also not putting it all on my troper page).
Batwonder/Wonderbat/BMWW, Martian Manhunter x Diane Meade, Captain Cold x Killer Frost (Crystal Frost version), Golden Glider x Mirror Master (not the Rebirth ones), Raís Al Ghul x Circe, Riddler x Catwoman, Poison Ivy x Mr Freeze, Apache Chief x Giganta, Black Manta x Cheetah, the JL 8 versions of Poison Ivy and Solomon Grundy, Rising Sun x Little Mermaid, Lex Luthor x Supergirl, Black Adam x Mary Marvel (when Isis is not there), Sinestro x Jessica Cruz, Etrigan (in the universes when Jason is just a human self with a enough different personality) x Glenda Mark.
@Bluethorn: Me too.
Do you ever feel really bad for a character even though there's not much evidence that you should? :P
Drawcia from Kirby: Canvas Curse is really just a Generic Doomsday Villain as far as we know, but something about her seems really tragic. Something about her looks sad◊, the Ominous Pipe Organ in her battle theme sounds more sad than scary to me, and even her evil laughs sound kind of sad. The game gives us so little information about her other than that she escaped from a painting and turns the world into paint, and yet I can't help but feel like there's something very tragic about her.
Edited by DrNoPuma on Sep 7th 2019 at 4:09:31 AM
Best way to succeed in Hitman is patience and timing.
Which leads me to today's confession: I sucked at the tutorial mission, and had some fun gunning down some guards.
Edited by G2BattleConvoy on Sep 7th 2019 at 11:44:51 AM
Edit: I really wish that I could go to another country and stay there for a few years.
Edited by GAP on Sep 11th 2019 at 7:38:06 AM
For some reason, YMCA sounds like battle music to me. There's just something about the upbeat melody and brass, and the driving beat. It makes me imagine a battle where the heroes and villains are all flying, and this is the part where the heroes are gaining the upper edge. :P
Edited by DrNoPuma on Sep 15th 2019 at 9:55:32 AM
I somehow managed today to hit myself square in the eye with the leathery, elastic part of seatbelt, the edge of it (not the plug thing).
It left me baffled (and hurt) but I started laughing hard afterwards, guess there's a first time for everything
Edited by Dhiruxide on Sep 18th 2019 at 11:08:04 AM
It was, I reeled from the pain in that moment but the major part lasted some dozen seconds and disappeared several mins later.
That was my very first Eye Scream experience
I heard that once you reach thirty, you are too old for anything because anime..no, the media always tell you that you cannot do anything because you are old. I am starting to think that is true.
My bedroom is at the end of a hallway. I was walking down the hall just now when I realized I forgot something in my room. But I was too lazy to turn around, so I just walked backwards. (note: The door was open.)
Edited by DrNoPuma on Sep 26th 2019 at 7:18:50 AM
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