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#76 Generic

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Posted 03 November 2016 - 04:16 PM

So tel
So tell them or us the answer since you said you can and the game is not over.

 

He said that he can tell us the answer, not that he will.



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Posted 03 November 2016 - 04:18 PM

So tel
So tell them or us the answer since you said you can and the game is not over.

 

Is that asking a question or making a demand?



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Posted 03 November 2016 - 04:19 PM

He said that he can tell us the answer, not that he will.


Yeah but it never hurts to ask outright for an answer least one can do is say no.

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Posted 03 November 2016 - 04:21 PM

Is that asking a question or making a demand?

 

Tell me the answer. That is a demand.

 

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#80 Theancientone

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Posted 03 November 2016 - 04:21 PM

Is that asking a question or making a demand?



It was neither a demand nor a question, no question mark, it was a request to tell your audience the answer to the puzzle.

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Posted 03 November 2016 - 04:23 PM

It was neither a demand nor a question, no question mark, it was a request to tell your audience the answer to the puzzle.

 

Cool.



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Posted 03 November 2016 - 04:29 PM

Cool.

Probably not since a lot of a thing, is it's mystery not knowing what you have until you put the last puzzle piece in, and if you are missing the last piece you feel somehow incomplete yourself, yeah the feeling fades but while it is still fresh it is intense. I'm not much for thought puzzles I'm more for brute force try until you succeed puzzles, for instance rope and ring puzzles. But others here are more cerebral and cannot give up on the idea of the answer to this puzzle to I requested you tell them the answer.


Wow I gave myself a major philosophers stone vibe. One who wanted to get it but never use it could obtain it.

If that's so..I request you give the answer to Generic.

Edited by Theancientone, 03 November 2016 - 04:38 PM.


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Posted 03 November 2016 - 08:42 PM

I can. No. (<------- HUGE FUCKING CLUE *RED SIRENS*)


 

@Romy

 

SHUT THE FUCK UP.

 

I P.T. BARNUM EFFECT'D YOU. It's all stupid. 

 

Like... hollywood horoscopes and Miss Cleo stupid. I SHOULD be completely wrong about you since I know nothing substantial about you. I am not a person who can judge you or anyone. Far from it. I got lucky that some generic thing I wrote that most people can relate with sprinkled with a personal experience got traction. Stop taking everything I say so seriously or even considering me as someone significant in your life. You don't need an asshole like me, who you know almost nothing about you, to tell you what you already know about yourself. 

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Posted 05 November 2016 - 03:46 PM

1. Have you ever eaten a Durian fruit? If so did you like it?
2. If your closest friend asked you to borrow ten thousand dollars, and you had the money, would you let them borrow the money?
3. Have you ever gotten yourself into something you wished like heck you hadn't gotten into but were stuck dealing with it anyway? If so what was it?
4. Have you ever done something radical with your appearance? Example: piercings on your face, shaved your head, tattoos anywhere visible.
5. Have you been in any serious car accidents? If so what was it like?

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Posted 05 November 2016 - 08:23 PM

I can. No. (<------- HUGE FUCKING CLUE *RED SIRENS*)


 

@Romy

 

SHUT THE FUCK UP.

 

I P.T. BARNUM EFFECT'D YOU. It's all stupid. 

 

Like... hollywood horoscopes and Miss Cleo stupid. I SHOULD be completely wrong about you since I know nothing substantial about you. I am not a person who can judge you or anyone. Far from it. I got lucky that some generic thing I wrote that most people can relate with sprinkled with a personal experience got traction. Stop taking everything I say so seriously or even considering me as someone significant in your life. You don't need an asshole like me, who you know almost nothing about you, to tell you what you already know about yourself. 

 

@Kelvin  Maybe you're just good at analyzing someone. Funny thing is I think you got the most of Romy interaction compared to many on this site. 
(Side note: I don't think you are an asshole :3)



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Posted 05 November 2016 - 09:43 PM

1. Have you ever eaten a Durian fruit? If so did you like it?
2. If your closest friend asked you to borrow ten thousand dollars, and you had the money, would you let them borrow the money?
3. Have you ever gotten yourself into something you wished like heck you hadn't gotten into but were stuck dealing with it anyway? If so what was it?
4. Have you ever done something radical with your appearance? Example: piercings on your face, shaved your head, tattoos anywhere visible.
5. Have you been in any serious car accidents? If so what was it like?

 
1. I probably did unknowingly. The Filipino side of my family has the oddest ingredients for food so I wouldn't be surprised if I ate Durian or whatever. I did eat Durian flavored candy I got in the mail from, speak of the devil, Chappy. I did not relish it. Artificially flavored candies most likely do not reflect the fresh fruit, but the general taste makes me rate it a 1/5 would no get. Funny enough, I held many Durians from the Korean grocery store, but not actually open it up to eat it.
 
2. My best friend is a manic-depressive, paranoid schizophrenic who barely pass as a fully functioning human being despite a history of cocaine abuse and promiscuity. Yes. The one thing she is... is proud. She would never let a debt go unrepaid. I'll get my money back eventually, or get a brand new car from her rich parents as compensation. *shrugs* But seriously, I'm in financial denial right now so as long as I am able to pay the immediate deadlines and live ignorant of how much money I owe, I'll be okay lending that much money.
 
3. I really don't remember anything anxiety-inducing like that. I am sure I did go through multiple smaller versions, but they're unimportant in the long run as to not bother remembering. Um. I did half a Brazilian wax once. It hurt for the first few days.
 
4. When I was in like 4th grade, I didn't believe that gum wouldn't stick to hair. So I chewed a stick or whole pack and at first patted in onto my bangs. It didn't stick. So I was a smug son of a bitch and decided to hammer fist the giant wad into the area of hair behind the bangs. Long story short, I took initiative and cut the patch out and there happens to be a family portrait AND single pictures by a professional photographer in the same week. There is a framed picture of it at my parent's house. I texted my kid sister if she can snap a pic of it.  

 

5. Nah. I was sideswiped once and could have paid four grand to fix it, but I was like nah, I'll just pay 60 bucks to paint over where the paint job was etched off and pretend the bump is an aesthetic choice by the company. That and my car is 16 years old with over 100K miles. Ain't gonna do much for that car anymore.

 

@Kelvin  Maybe you're just good at analyzing someone. Funny thing is I think you got the most of Romy interaction compared to many on this site. 
(Side note: I don't think you are an asshole :3)

 
Your observation is skewed and opinion... irrelevant.



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Posted 06 November 2016 - 07:33 AM

1. What was, or is, your favorite subject in school?
2. Why do you like that specific subject over others?
3. When you were younger who did you sit with at the lunch tables, or for meals in school?
4. Did you ever have an imaginary friend, do you still? If so what was their name, what did they look like, when did they show up?
5. Is it true that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger?
6. You like to analyze others, have you ever been analyzed in a blatant way that disturbed you? If so what did you do about it?
7. Do you like answering questions?

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Posted 06 November 2016 - 06:06 PM

 

 
Your observation is skewed and opinion... irrelevant.

 

*shrug* Well my opinion is that you're not a total jerkweed :D



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Posted 06 November 2016 - 10:53 PM

1. What was, or is, your favorite subject in school?
2. Why do you like that specific subject over others?
3. When you were younger who did you sit with at the lunch tables, or for meals in school?
4. Did you ever have an imaginary friend, do you still? If so what was their name, what did they look like, when did they show up?
5. Is it true that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger?
6. You like to analyze others, have you ever been analyzed in a blatant way that disturbed you? If so what did you do about it?
7. Do you like answering questions?

 

1. This may sound weird, but Organizational Communications I as an easy A.

 

2. I came in expecting to write 4 short 2-page essays and take three open book tests for an easy A, but goddamn, I learned so much about human stupidity and bypassing bureaucracy on the most empirical levels that I still use today to get what I want today and still appear professional. The best part is that I don't have to do any ass-kissing.

 

3. I sat wherever there wasn't a tight clique clustering around. I wasn't popular but I wasn't repulsive either. Plus I blend in the background.

 

4. I was too busy playing Pokemon and self-inserting myself into MMORPGs to have an imaginary friend.

 

5. No. Resilience is not strength. What truly makes you stronger is yourself.

 

6. I'm too self-aware to let it bother me and I'm too hyperaware to know that it should never bother me. I try nervous laughter because kicking them in the shin is no socially acceptable. 

 

7. Most of the time--no, because people either ask stupid questions that can be found on Google or ask boring questions that yields meaningless answers for the both of us.



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Posted 06 November 2016 - 11:40 PM

I struggle with talking about my real life here because I am more needy that I care to admit. Because of that, I can find any excuse not to engage in online social times like TC because I only pursue relationships of all spectrum if they will "help" me in the long run. Ask me anything. 

 

I relate to this on a deep level. 

 

Also, if you had to choose between eating an earthworm, or a house spider what would you pick and why?



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Posted 07 November 2016 - 07:46 AM

Also, if you had to choose between eating an earthworm, or a house spider what would you pick and why?

 

House spider. They're so tiny, I've probably ate like 8 in my lifetime while awake.



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Posted 16 November 2016 - 09:47 PM

Truth or dare?

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Posted 17 November 2016 - 09:12 AM

*cackles*

Truth.

I would have picked Dare if the person asking was within close proximity of me and not behind a computer screen.

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Posted 17 November 2016 - 02:33 PM

You don't seem like the kind of person to be interested in something like Neopets, why did you start playing to begin with?

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Posted 24 November 2016 - 09:51 PM

  1. Are you more likely to reserve your negative opinions, or share them without much regard to those who it may affect?
  2. Do you ever overreact to things for attention?
  3. Are you open to change?
  4. If someone handed you a million dollars, how long do you think you would have it before it was all gone?
  5. Is there a road rule that you think is just plain dumb?


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Posted 24 November 2016 - 11:25 PM

You don't seem like the kind of person to be interested in something like Neopets, why did you start playing to begin with?

 

There was a television commercial back in early 2000's or late 1990's that advertised neopets as a free online game that only showed like a few times in my life. My life would be completely different if I didn't see that commercial.

 

 

  1. Are you more likely to reserve your negative opinions, or share them without much regard to those who it may affect?
  2. Do you ever overreact to things for attention?
  3. Are you open to change?
  4. If someone handed you a million dollars, how long do you think you would have it before it was all gone?
  5. Is there a road rule that you think is just plain dumb?

 

1. I can't really define myself in either of those two extremes because there are more times as of late that I'm aware of that ended up me not wanting to keep my negative opinions reserved because of how I regard the people that are affected by them. Hypothetically, if a close friend who is 6 months pregnant asked if their maternal wear makes them look too pregnant, I would flat out say that they look fat. I'd rather not waste anyone's time with a certain language set to spare someone's feelings if it's just a roundabout way to reach the same goal... if I'm not being paid or expected to meet a certain level of care.

 

2. Yes because I'm more entertaining that way like how telenovelas ironically are amusing to non-native speakers. Overreaction is one of the pillars of good comedy, but only if the clown is self-aware. Obliviousness to the fact is a whole level of comedy that is too esoteric for me to even come close.

 

3. Yes because anything is better than crippling and inescapable hollowness and self-loathing.

 

4. I'd probably never use it all because I'll forget I have a small percent of money left unused by the second year. By that time, I probably moved onto something else more interesting.

 

5. Yield to bikers. I'm not talking about motorcyclists or of that ilk, but those goddamn bicyclists who use the whole entire fucking road to pedal at a quarter of the speed limit. I imagine being a demonic monster truck with fiery chompers that gobbles up those bikers as a means to stifle my anger.



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Posted 25 November 2016 - 01:50 AM

 

1. I can't really define myself in either of those two extremes because there are more times as of late that I'm aware of that ended up me not wanting to keep my negative opinions reserved because of how I regard the people that are affected by them. Hypothetically, if a close friend who is 6 months pregnant asked if their maternal wear makes them look too pregnant, I would flat out say that they look fat. I'd rather not waste anyone's time with a certain language set to spare someone's feelings if it's just a roundabout way to reach the same goal... if I'm not being paid or expected to meet a certain level of care.

 

2. Yes because I'm more entertaining that way like how telenovelas ironically are amusing to non-native speakers. Overreaction is one of the pillars of good comedy, but only if the clown is self-aware. Obliviousness to the fact is a whole level of comedy that is too esoteric for me to even come close.

 

3. Yes because anything is better than crippling and inescapable hollowness and self-loathing.

 

4. I'd probably never use it all because I'll forget I have a small percent of money left unused by the second year. By that time, I probably moved onto something else more interesting.

 

5. Yield to bikers. I'm not talking about motorcyclists or of that ilk, but those goddamn bicyclists who use the whole entire fucking road to pedal at a quarter of the speed limit. I imagine being a demonic monster truck with fiery chompers that gobbles up those bikers as a means to stifle my anger.

Nice, i do appreciate a truth teller. I guess some opinions are more subjective than others. 

I agree with you there, there is that good side to overreaction. :) 

 

Which "class" would you say you spent the majority of your childhood growing up in? (lower, upper lower, lower middle, middle etc or other lol)


If an angry stranger spat in your face for reasons out of your control, how would you respond? :)



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Posted 26 November 2016 - 10:33 AM

Nice, i do appreciate a truth teller. I guess some opinions are more subjective than others. 

I agree with you there, there is that good side to overreaction. :)

 

Which "class" would you say you spent the majority of your childhood growing up in? (lower, upper lower, lower middle, middle etc or other lol)


If an angry stranger spat in your face for reasons out of your control, how would you respond? :)

 

1. Think about wearing dark beige corduroy or demin overalls over a faded disney or football print shirts (ie Notre Dame) worn in elementary school. I lived in a house (in America) provided by a flourishing relative while my parents are having their start after freshly immigrating. My mom worked in a Payless shoe outlet and my dad at Burger King. I had no complaints whatsoever other than ants, but that's because my grandma likes to keep a lot of flowering and fruit-bearing plants indoors. I was never starving or had a drug addicted abusive family. I was happy except for having my bike stolen, but that's a good laugh story for today. The only feel of "poverty" I experience was not being able to play sports earlier on, not because I lacked talent, but because my parents didn't have the time or transportation to bring me to practice and the equipment was pretty out of budget. I'd say a comfortable middle to lower middle class.

 

2. Kick them as hard as I can in the shin and run away. If I were to be interrogated by the police for any possible crimes, I'll claim self-defense.




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