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Messages - zl

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real talk: I haven't been anywhere near a ytmnd in over 10 years and don't really feel like I'm losing any content I would have a use for going forward

it BELONGS in a MUSEUM

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i think climbing an enormous pile of tasty foods would be a rare pleasure, worthwhile regardless of utility

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General Discussion / Re: Still Here???
« on: May 18, 2019, 10:13:59 PM »
we've preserved the greatest aspect of the clock crew: forum popsting

we'll be teaching the next generation this sacred task, if any of us figure out how to make kids

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Cooking & Food / Re: cicis pizza is the absolute bottom of the barrel
« on: March 03, 2019, 04:28:18 PM »
First place I saw macaroni and cheese on pizza. No thanks

whoa pump the brakes on that crappy take

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General Discussion / Re: A message for those hangers-on
« on: March 03, 2019, 01:53:11 PM »
I've got the cc bookmarked in a folder labeled "friends"

so now you know what I think of you

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i'm a libtard straight down to the bones and organs and the juices inside the organs

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General Discussion / Re: A message for those hangers-on
« on: February 28, 2019, 12:14:55 AM »
oh the lads we hads

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i need a haircut but I donít feel like it and want to go home do i

a. get a haircut after work like an adult
b. go straight home and grow my hair out like a cave man

c. go straight home and hack your hair off with a sharpened rock like an adult cave man

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Reception Desk / Re: Name Suggestion Megathread
« on: February 07, 2019, 03:57:08 PM »
nachoclock

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it's like updating skype. they remove your ability to quit the program and you hate them, the suited ones who have nothing in their hearts but hot gusty desire for next-quarter growth, but you are bound to them, close enough to smell their last meal of tic tacs and stale coffee and adderall, because your middle-aged publisher doesn't know how to use any other calling software

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Gaming & Technology / Re: Creative / Inspiring / Unique Games
« on: February 01, 2019, 09:18:43 AM »

when will it ennnnd
when I was writing that post, I almost mentioned this, but then I was like "no... the pure of heart will learn it for themselves"

I think that's close to the cap though
I don't remember where I topped off and actually do not know if I found everything there was to be found. if I did, there isn't a pot of gold at the end. it's all very cyclical.
 I took every path I could think of (getting to play as the moles felt like quite a coup) but at some point I realized you can activate objects in the distant background, which seems like a mistake, but would also be an excellent place to hide something

I stopped at 40:


I liked learning to fly as a bird. It was strangely fulfilling to fly around and see all the paths I had taken before. I still wonder if there's any way to disrupt the cannibal king...

I also finished Illegal Crime Game. I can't comment on it, as a condition of my parole.

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i'm a debit boy myself, though it sounds like you've abandoned that lofty status

guess texas changes folks


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Gaming & Technology / Re: Creative / Inspiring / Unique Games
« on: January 30, 2019, 11:18:37 AM »
ok so real talk I actually love indie games probably too much, and I'm going to go off-off-broadway with my first recommendation: wet gamin's spectacularly odd RABBIT GAME, a food chain simulator cum existential nightmare. you take on a myriad of shifting roles (usually from being devoured by whatever you'll play as next) through an endless cycle of life and death through the many inhabitants of a strange, disjointed forest, crudely depicted with hastily scrawled bitmaps floating in what turns out to be a bewilderingly large and labyrinthian 3-dimensional collage. (screenshots unfortunately do not do it justice.) your journey, navigated by wiggling your mouse to progress the camera on rails and clicking on things (or carefully avoiding them to see what lies beyond), is narrated in something approaching poetic free verse which is, at turns, simple and childlike, endearingly goofy, irreverent, callously sardonic, or viscerally unsettling

it runs free in your browser, and I highly recommend it for anyone looking for some truly outside the box shit. this is video games as jodorowski by way of harmony korine. it's raw, and inaccessible, and sweeping in scope, and completely unapologetic, and I thought about it for days after I played it (at least play until you meet the moles. if you're not intrigued after that, fie)

unfortunately, most of the other games I've tried on wet gamin's site are not nearly as memorable, the low-effort production often being more of a juvenile veil of protective cynicism than a vehicle for outsider expression. ILLEGAL CRIME GAME is pretty funny though


when will it ennnnd

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Cooking & Food / Re: I bought salsa
« on: January 28, 2019, 08:51:06 PM »
5 stars, loved this recipe! I swapped out the salsa for ketchup, because husband doesn't really go for "ethnic" food. And instead of the water, I used a flat black cherry seltzer, which added an exciting, flavorful note. The recipe doesn't specify smooth or chunky peanut butter, so I went with chunky since it gave me an excuse to get out and shop for an exciting ingredient ;)! Completely agree that it makes a great milk substitute, though honestly I think I'd just go with (almond) milk next time if I have some available. For those who like to count calories, I used 2 tbs of ketchup, which only came to 35 calories, and the seltzer had none of course. The peanut butter, however, packed a walloping 260 calories! I used roughly 2 tbs, which didn't seem like much until I checked the nutritional info on the packaging. Anyhoo, that's one more reason to prefer the (almond) milk :)! Thanks to the author and happy cooking all!!!

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You cannot fuck a girl because you have a little one / Re: I have a baby
« on: December 30, 2018, 12:05:36 PM »
:siren: :siren:

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it was a close competition but my pick for cutest anime boy 2018 is going to be Chipmunk.

here he is, shattered by the concept of having created a new life


as that scene isn't present in the single and only episode of bonobono, I imagine it must be salvaged from the editing process

best of luck to all anime boys in the coming year!!


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And give me your thoughts on the latest round of Hearthstone nerfs

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I wanted to add a joke to this drawing but I couldn't think of anything so it's going to just have to be a sincere expression of happiness to see you.
Welcome back :)

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You cannot fuck a girl because you have a little one / Re: hey so
« on: December 19, 2018, 10:19:06 PM »
come to western mass I'll buy you a falafel

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a great excuse for me to break out this classic



I dunno, I think that Bleach background is rocking its own kind of mood

but I haven't seen any of these animes/mangas so what do I know. I just rewatch the bono-bono episode about loneliness over and over


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