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Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: Precious Moments Collectors' Thread
« on: August 15, 2019, 08:56:52 AM »
Happy boobs day

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: Aaron's Party (Come Get It)
« on: September 21, 2018, 01:25:53 PM »
I saved a cat from a fox today. More on this tomorrow because I’m about to pass out

where the hell is this story
Not much of a story, some post on some discord

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: Aaron's Party (Come Get It)
« on: September 19, 2018, 01:59:24 AM »
Wait is there some cat and fox war going on.
Second time I hear of cat and fox violence in two days.

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: Aaron's Party (Come Get It)
« on: September 15, 2018, 08:42:03 AM »
okay I only saw this just now but which one of you fuckers did this

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: Fred Beans Family of Dealerships
« on: May 16, 2018, 09:10:01 PM »
So what is pikachu  a digimon or a digidestined

General Discussion / Re: can clockcrew become the next YTMND
« on: May 05, 2018, 05:45:01 AM »
Wait I thought you killed yourself, are you a ghost.

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: Fred Beans Family of Dealerships
« on: May 01, 2018, 06:59:45 AM »
man maybe one day I'll become the man who was too lazy to live so he just killed himself

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: SlurpeeClock is a Rational Pleasure
« on: March 29, 2018, 02:23:00 PM »
I still can’t get over that when making Metal Gear Solid, Kojima actually thought “dominant” genes referred more powerful genes that created more powerful people and presumably that he was making some kind of statement about nature vs. nurture by subverting it
or even that he thought that getting two different genotypes from one person was even a real thing that could happen or made any sense at all (outside of mosaicism I see you coming at me with that shit phantomcat I SEE YOU)

but the cherry on top is that eventually somebody sat Kojima down and explained it to him, and the explanation in future games became that all the bad information about genetics from the first game mostly came down to Liquid just being a fucking idiot
so canonically speaking Liquid Snake tried to take over the world because he had a 7th-grader’s understanding of human genetics and it made him furious
I could see that happening irl

Isn't that the point of playing video games?

General Discussion / Re: just HOW old are you and WHY
« on: March 10, 2018, 02:57:38 PM »
27 cuz death ain't that easy and life ain't that tough.

I found a picture of myself from 2013 and i'm not sure really how to describe how it makes me feel. I wish I could go back and tell myself about some shit, wish I could have taken advantage of the situation I was in then for things I can't do now. Also really thinking about growing out that mop again because short hair may be more practical but I miss having that mess.

I tried wording that in a way that doesnt read like "ahh im getting old" because I know i'm not and I don't want to be one of those people. Just reflecting on missed opportunities and what I've done with myself in the last half decade.
We're all becoming old men, nothing is stopping that

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: The Longest 46 Slurpee Posts in 24 Hours Thread
« on: November 14, 2017, 12:17:01 AM »
For a second there I thought cc was RIP for real.

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: The Longest Ed, Edd n Eddy Discussion Thread
« on: September 15, 2017, 02:21:04 AM »
Or you could turn off automatic updates.

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: The Longest Ed, Edd n Eddy Discussion Thread
« on: September 04, 2017, 12:40:26 AM »
Speaking of things similar to Netflix: NETFLIX

I watched the Death Note Netflix original movie and

I'm not touching anything manga adapted to live action, much less adapted to American live action.

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: just regular ol biggest topic
« on: April 21, 2017, 09:13:46 PM »
I just can't enjoy olives so it ruins most greek food for me. yet I eat stuff with olive oil just fine. I am a hypocrite.

I don't think that makes you a hypocrite though, once refined it's another product.
Same with tomatoes, a lot of tasty products are made are made with tomatoes, but on their own they're pretty much shit.

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: just regular ol biggest topic
« on: March 31, 2017, 08:07:07 AM »
So some may know I recently started living on my own...
well of course you wouldn't, fair enough I don't post that often just the guy that's kind of here waiting for the end.

Anyway living on my own means I get to control my own diet,
You could argue everyone does unless they were force fed/starved, but the human mind isn't that simple.
When food is readily available you'll eat it, wouldn't it be a waste if it started to go bad?

I suppose if I measured my BMI back then it would tell me I was obese, It would be right.
However these last two years I've lost a lot of weight and today decided to calculate my BMI,
And It's now dawning on me that I'm not overweight anymore, just normal.

Anyway that's my short story I suppose, thanks for reading blog crew.

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: just regular ol biggest topic
« on: March 27, 2017, 05:36:03 PM »
Please elaborate on how you were a dirtbag.
hm... it wasn't in, like, a bad way? I was a nice enough guy, I was just, like... violently disillusioned and misunderstood. it's kind of hard to articulate
I was a prematurely disaffected ten year old (probably a combination of being precocious and closeted) which was compounded by nobody understanding what the fuck a ten year old would have to be so existentially morose about, and by the time I hit high school I was in full blown nobody is going to understand me so I'm not even going to try mode. I started questioning everything, and if nobody could give me a satisfactory answer I'd just see what happened if I ignored it, and quickly learned the answer was usually "nothing". as achewood put it, being in trouble is a fake idea. it started with stupid shit like "why do we only sit when there's chairs?" and I started just sitting or lying on the ground whenever I felt like I was done standing. needless to say I wasn't very hygienic. I stopped wearing shoes for a bit. I seldom bathed, and a couple times I found an item of clothing in the gutter and just start wearing it which I have no excuse for. like I'd rinse it off under a hot tap with hand soap, but I can't even imagine doing that now, holy shit. (though, full disclosure, I still have a bandana and a kitty collar that I wore as a bracelet from this practice that I don't wear but kept for sentimental reasons)
by senior year you could catch me sleeping on park benches, hanging out on rooftops, coming to school just for lunch- that was another thing, if I didn't feel like being somewhere, I'd just leave? they can't stop you from leaving hahaha. (follow me, here: leaving early or being late nets you detention, and missing detention becomes a longer detention, which becomes a Saturday school, which becomes a suspension. soooo if you don't go to school, your punishment is... you don't go to school? this still makes no sense to me) the breakdown of structure might be why my memories from this time (ages, like... 12 to 23-ish) are pretty hazy. I remember I guess a lot, but have no sense of discrete phases or a cohesive whole.
I'd often sleep at odd hours, because I realized I could just sleep whenever I wanted, and so yeah. often at night we'd just sort of... wander around the street? sometimes, not often, we'd enter unsecured schools, churches, and local businesses, not even doing anything bad, we'd just, like, rearrange the furniture lmao. (I'm saying "we" at this point because I did have a few really wonderful friends who were, if not as dirty, at least as aimless as I was.) or yeah, like one time we went into the Mormon church and Sean ended up explaining cyrus the younger and the black sea to me on one of their chalkboards. (they started locking the doors after that, but idk why we did nothing wrong and learned a lot about mormonism.) harmless, dumb, weird shit like that.
 which isn't to say I was a saint! I was scrappy at the best of times (until I had this... weird, pacifist spiritual experience during a fever dream that I won't get into right now) I never started shit, but I had a hair trigger for taking any, and I had a fucking mouth on me that seemed to just fire off insults when threatened without needing any of my brain's help. jeezum crow the number of times keith and paul pulled me away from throwing down with some random brodouche over complete bullshit. I wasn't even good at fighting, to be clear, I was weak and uncoordinated, I just didn't care about getting hurt.
 somehow in all this I graduated high school and got most of my associate's degree done, and I was active here for most of it as well, but like I say it's hazy.
 I found out years later people thought I was, like, awesome, which... at the time, I just felt like I'd given up on being normal? I didn't feel awesome. I was generally miserable, suicidally depressed, resentful toward society, and just trying to find ways to enjoy a life I didn't think was going to go much further. I was dead certain I was going to at least be, if not dead, homeless and insane long before I was a proper adult. but all kinds of people who I'm now a lot closer with have a story or two about bumping into me one night and, for instance, breaking into the school to stack the lunch tables on top of each other, or having an improvised jam session with instruments we didn't know how to play, or spending a couple hours walking up the long, unlit road to the other side of the lake, or showing them a bunny I found, or just hanging out in a parking lot after dark. which... I mean, in restrospect, sure, it probably seemed like I was living an interesting and adventurous life, and I'm glad they got that experience, and I'm glad I went through all that because it's part of what made me who I am, but I'm also glad I'm not that person anymore, because that behavior came from some pretty dark places.
also EVERYBODY thought I was on drugs lol, fucking everybody, but, no, that's just. I was just like that

I also realized recently I've still got shades of that side to me when I'm drunk?
this is my last story, I guess. a couple weeks ago my uber driver passed a highway patrol and said that if they followed us he would have to lose them, because his license is suspended, so get ready for him to floor it, and I was just like "yeah, do what you need to do, man"
 there was a pregnant pause and he went "you know I was joking, right?" with a note of concern
haha nope

Yeah buddy, you may want to use paragraphs when you're writing a long story.

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: just regular ol biggest topic
« on: March 17, 2017, 04:10:52 AM »
Hummus is pretty tasty man.
It's got a pretty distinct flavor.

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: just regular ol biggest topic
« on: March 06, 2017, 05:55:32 PM »
I wouldn't if I didn't have to. I physically can't wear headphones due to a jaw issue that developed a few years ago. lost my top retainer when I had a permanent bottom retainer. didn't have money for a replacement. my jaw shifted strangely as a result and I seem to have similar symptoms to tmj now. weirdly, when I wear headphones I stop being able to breath after a while. until then it's just gradually intensifying pain which becomes excruciating after about ten minutes, sometimes less. even sleeping on my side is kind of a challenge since it creates similar pressure. really dampened my ability to enjoy music. even earbuds cause problems. I had some nice over ear sennheiser headphones and a good little custom made portable amplifier for them. I miss them. Every once in a while I break em out to listen to a song or two before it hurts too much.

Damn, that sucks, instead of fixing your teeth it messed up your jaw.
Over here insurance/ health care system would've taken care of a replacement, I think.

I'm not entirely sure how wearing headphones would cause pain,
They shouldn't really apply much pressure or anything, but then I'm not a doctor and I've had an unresolved health problem myself.

Mrs. McGruder's House / Re: just regular ol biggest topic
« on: March 06, 2017, 12:09:34 PM »
I can't even imagine not using headphones, who buys speakers this day and age

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