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I wonder if there are any works out there that have Reluctant Yanderes.
I hate Imgur's new layout
Some people made Tailchaser's Song and Varjak Paw Wikias before I could. Sadly, the Varjak Wiki suffers from those ugly graphics that the Warriors Wiki also has. The Tailchaser Wiki has much cleaner images.
Using Wikia's on mobiles is so annoying, though. You randomly get spam ads and redirects.
Edited by Pichu-kun on Sep 20th 2019 at 11:11:58 AM
Wikia as a whole is annoying to use regardless of gadget.
I find it amusing Tangled has a tv show but Frozen doesn't
It does have books, though.
That's not even remotely comparable,considering both have story book merchandise
x5 Yeah, it really is.
I wish a new education system could be brought about. Our current one is a glorified daycare, teaching mostly useless subjects. Imagine instead 1st period business class, or social skills class, or standardized martial arts training. Education could stop at high school and students become apprentices until age 18(ish), when they enter the workforce proper. Maybe it wouldn't work in our current society, however.
Its alarming when you someone you knew becomes a full on extremist
And I mean they really believe in violent overthrow of a government
Edited by Ultimatum on Sep 21st 2019 at 9:57:29 AM
Yeah, it's scary the kind of things that some people believe.
A good friend of mine from highschool turned into a nasty anti-feminist.
We don't talk anymore.
As I'm watching the original 13 Ghosts thanks to Svengoolie, it gave me this random thought. I feel like the "skeptical husband and believing wife" should be a trope (if it isn't already). In movies like that one, the leading ladies are more accepting of supernatural explanations than their husbands are. Why is that? :S
Well, that's how things usually are in real life. I read an interview with a professional (purported) psychic, and he said that 80% of his customers are women.
Edited by MichaelKatsuro on Sep 21st 2019 at 5:36:04 PM
So me, my sister and a couple of friends played Mansion of Madness for the first time today.
It was a really fun, 5 hours long campaign...and we lost just as the f*cking ship was sailling!
And I'm mad because me and my sister did the most work and yet we were both killed off! Srly, talk about unfair.
@megarockman: Late answer, but any exemples would just fall into Reluctant Psycho.
Edited by HailMuffins on Sep 21st 2019 at 1:29:48 PM
I dislike Harry Potter and only read the first book, but I really like reading HP fanfics. More specifically, I like Slytherin!Hermione a lot.
Slytherin HERMIONE?! Now that's a first for me.
The fact that movies on TV have a bunch of commercials peppered in between is a blessing in disguise, innit?
(Or maybe I'm just a nut, I dunno.)
I've known people who hate movies with commercials. They do make a convenient point to, say, use the bathroom or get some snacks, but break immersion. I don't care to much about immersion (especially for the kinds of movies aired on television) but many people do.
I swear, most people don't read the labels on cleaning products.
My mom loves Lysol disinfectant spray and sprays it on practically every fabric. I did the same for 2-4 years until I read the label and realized how toxic it can be. I used to spray it on my bed, my pillow, even my clothes (but only before I put them in the hamper to wash). I used to be so nonchalant about getting Lysol on my clothes or skin; I thought it was non-toxic. I never had any allergic reaction to it but it's scary to think what it could do to my insides. Now I avoid Lysol like the plague, which annoys my parents because they think it cleans well.
Lysol sells laundry disinfectant. Maybe a good compromise?
One of my shoes keeps getting untied even when I'm just walking. It would seem that James Earl Jones was right. "I tied my own shoes once. It is an overrated experience."
I swear to god if I see gender it's on sight. I'mma beat that bitch's ass.
Who shot who in the what now?
Karaoke is so much fun.
You know what's crazy? "(You Drive Me) Crazy" is 20 years old.
Edited by megarockman on Sep 23rd 2019 at 1:22:13 PM
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