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The Werewolf Game #2884

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This game is moderated by christiangrl. Please read the rules and contact the moderator with any questions or concerns about this game.

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Discussion of Round #0

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christiangrltus


Posted: 03:13PM Feb 24, 2013

Hey everyone.

This is going to be a pretty generic werewolf game for anyone interested. Rules include the typical CG rules:
No profanity (JJ)
No hateful words
No turning on your teammates
You know, the usual. All active players welcome. Please RFM (reserved for mod) the first post for me, and have fun.

a) There will be wolf clues every EVEN round (2, 4... etc.)
b) Every player is asked to PM me one random fact about themselves. (ex: My partner and I placed 3rd alternate at NFL.) Nothing wild that no one would know, but not blatantly obvious either, like "Annoys CG often" (ans: JJ).
c) Please post your questions, comments, concerns, thoughts, suggestions, favorite jokes, song lyrics, whatever comes to mind.
d) Participate, play fair, enjoy yourself, but behave yourself, too.

Thanks for playing!


Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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JQPublic


Posted: 04:07PM Feb 25, 2013

I know you'll never forgive me for what I did in Chris' game, but I'm trying to make up partially by joining.

'An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.' - Charles Dickens
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christiangrltus


Posted: 04:53PM Feb 25, 2013

No, I was just sad. Don't worry about it too much. It's just a game.

Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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PianistChrisAgi


Posted: 04:14AM Feb 26, 2013

Hello! Looking forward to playing your game. Though I hope, if I'm a wolf, its more co-operative

christiangrl wrote:


No turning on your teammates


I find this hilarious!


---This message was edited on 2013-02-26 04:35:03---

Beaches and Fire, tis all I need right now!
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JQPublic


Posted: 04:55AM Feb 26, 2013

Yeah, Chris.

'An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.' - Charles Dickens
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PianistChrisAgi


Posted: 05:13AM Feb 26, 2013

Sorry, just found it amusing from the last game.

---This message was edited on 2013-02-26 05:14:14---

Beaches and Fire, tis all I need right now!
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christiangrltus


Posted: 05:35PM Feb 27, 2013

Yeah, I was... frustrated, to say the least. I got over it quickly though. No hard feelings JQ.

Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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PianistChrisAgi


Posted: 07:55PM Feb 28, 2013

Hey, sorry, but I want to catch ka-ching's game before it goes, and its filling up. If this game is here when that ones over I'll be Bach. (Get it? :p)

Beaches and Fire, tis all I need right now!
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 11:00PM Feb 28, 2013

Sounds fun. Thanks for adding me christiangrl!

Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open. ~Albus Dumbledore
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christiangrltus


Posted: 10:17PM Mar 1, 2013

You might know this, hermy. Guess who's birthday is today.

AND YOUR SIGNATURE IS A DUMBLEDORE QUOTE. FROM BOOK 4. Harry peaked into the pensive and saw Barty Crouch Jr.


Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 07:19PM Mar 2, 2013

It's RON'S!!!!! And it's one month until Fred and George's! And I know. Ob.....viously it's a Harry Potter quote. What else would it be?

Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open. ~Albus Dumbledore
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kitty-cattus


Posted: 09:18AM Mar 3, 2013

Hi! sounds like fun! (I joined this instead of JJ's, but it's not cuz I hate you, if you're reading this.)

"I'm through accepting limits cause someone says they're so. Some things I cannot change, but til I try I'll never know." -Wicked
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christiangrltus


Posted: 03:37PM Mar 3, 2013

Kitty! Welcome! Glad you picked me over JJ. (Also no offence intended)

And yes hermy: Harry Potter is amazing. A bunch.


Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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kitty-cattus


Posted: 10:02AM Mar 5, 2013

Yeah, it kind of is. But I've been obsessed with Les Misérables lately...you don't even want to know how obsessed.

"I'm through accepting limits cause someone says they're so. Some things I cannot change, but til I try I'll never know." -Wicked
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christiangrltus


Posted: 12:10AM Mar 6, 2013

Don't worry about it. I've been unnaturally obsessed with Harry Potter for over a year now, I sing Phantom of the Opera ALL the time, and my friends are sick of hearing me recite my debate case to them.

Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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JQPublic


Posted: 04:06AM Mar 6, 2013

christiangrl wrote:
Don't worry about it. I've been unnaturally obsessed with Harry Potter for over a year now, I sing Phantom of the Opera ALL the time, and my friends are sick of hearing me recite my debate case to them.


At least you aren't obsessed with Justin Bieber ... you know how horrible THAT can get.


'An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.' - Charles Dickens
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asteroidbelt


Posted: 09:01AM Mar 6, 2013

JQPublic wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
Don't worry about it. I've been unnaturally obsessed with Harry Potter for over a year now, I sing Phantom of the Opera ALL the time, and my friends are sick of hearing me recite my debate case to them.


At least you aren't obsessed with Justin Bieber ... you know how horrible THAT can get.


I KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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asteroidbelt


Posted: 08:17PM Mar 6, 2013

Hello? Guys? There have been no posts for 11 hours.
AAAAHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!! (Gets attacked by mysterious thing...)
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kitty-cattus


Posted: 09:02PM Mar 6, 2013

We went without a post for 2 days at one point. *Kills mysterious thing and realizes it's just a potato* Who threw that??



"I'm through accepting limits cause someone says they're so. Some things I cannot change, but til I try I'll never know." -Wicked
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asteroidbelt


Posted: 07:08AM Mar 7, 2013

I remember my first WTB game...
There were 11 inactives fired in the first round, and I was kind of shy then, so the only people who were actually participating in discussion were the mod and the rat (braingle01 was the boss).
At the start of Round 2 for 2 days or something, the only people who were actually talking was the mod.
Later, the mod abandoned it.

EDIT: *throws banana at kitty's head again*


---This message was edited on 2013-03-07 07:09:16---
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princess2007A


Posted: 01:09PM Mar 7, 2013

^^ ouch. That sounds like a pretty bad game.

Thanks for the add, christiangrl! Hope this is fun.


A king that is conquered must see strange looks. So bitter a thing is the heart of man.
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christiangrltus


Posted: 06:49PM Mar 7, 2013

I hope so too!

Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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christiangrltus


Posted: 06:50PM Mar 7, 2013

asteroidbelt wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
Don't worry about it. I've been unnaturally obsessed with Harry Potter for over a year now, I sing Phantom of the Opera ALL the time, and my friends are sick of hearing me recite my debate case to them.


At least you aren't obsessed with Justin Bieber ... you know how horrible THAT can get.


I KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Rather that then that stupid vampire story.


Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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asteroidbelt


Posted: 07:01PM Mar 7, 2013

*reads last comment*
*blinks*
*reads comment again*
*rubs eyes and opens them*
*reads comment again*
*goes crazy*

EDIT: Calms down.

*looks back at comment again*

WHY DID YOU MENTION TWIGHLIGHT????!!!!!!

*freaks out again*
*has a seizure*


---This message was edited on 2013-03-07 19:02:39---
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 12:02AM Mar 8, 2013

christiangrl wrote:
asteroidbelt wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
Don't worry about it. I've been unnaturally obsessed with Harry Potter for over a year now, I sing Phantom of the Opera ALL the time, and my friends are sick of hearing me recite my debate case to them.


At least you aren't obsessed with Justin Bieber ... you know how horrible THAT can get.


I KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Rather that then that stupid vampire story.

I think you mean the stupid fairy book. And I've been obsessed with Harry Potter since kindergarten. And yes I was reading novels in kindergarten.


Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open. ~Albus Dumbledore
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JQPublic


Posted: 03:53AM Mar 8, 2013

hermygranger123 wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
asteroidbelt wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
Don't worry about it. I've been unnaturally obsessed with Harry Potter for over a year now, I sing Phantom of the Opera ALL the time, and my friends are sick of hearing me recite my debate case to them.


At least you aren't obsessed with Justin Bieber ... you know how horrible THAT can get.


I KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Rather that then that stupid vampire story.

I think you mean the stupid fairy book. And I've been obsessed with Harry Potter since kindergarten. And yes I was reading novels in kindergarten.




Have you been writing them since kindergarten as well?


'An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.' - Charles Dickens
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princess2007A


Posted: 04:44AM Mar 8, 2013

JQPublic wrote:
hermygranger123 wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
asteroidbelt wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
Don't worry about it. I've been unnaturally obsessed with Harry Potter for over a year now, I sing Phantom of the Opera ALL the time, and my friends are sick of hearing me recite my debate case to them.


At least you aren't obsessed with Justin Bieber ... you know how horrible THAT can get.


I KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Rather that then that stupid vampire story.

I think you mean the stupid fairy book. And I've been obsessed with Harry Potter since kindergarten. And yes I was reading novels in kindergarten.




Have you been writing them since kindergarten as well?


That would be... unusual. I started reading novels in like... 4th grade. I tried reading HP in 2nd grade or something and got bored the first time. Now, I'm obsessed with them.


A king that is conquered must see strange looks. So bitter a thing is the heart of man.
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kitty-cattus


Posted: 06:01AM Mar 8, 2013

I don't know the exact day I started reading HP, but I know I finished March 10, 2008, 10 days before I turned 9. How? Apparently, even my 8-year-old self realized that reading Harry Potter was a big event, and wrote down on some random envelope I had lying around that that was when I finished. *shrug* I was a weird little kid.

As for starting reading early, before I ever started kindergarten, I would read so many books. We have these children's encyclopedias that are actually really fun to read and they were at my level at the time, so I read them all. They taught me about numbers and stuff, and so kindergarten was too easy for me, and I skipped 1st grade. Fun times.


"I'm through accepting limits cause someone says they're so. Some things I cannot change, but til I try I'll never know." -Wicked
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asteroidbelt


Posted: 02:17PM Mar 8, 2013

kitty-cat wrote:
I don't know the exact day I started reading HP, but I know I finished March 10, 2008, 10 days before I turned 9. How? Apparently, even my 8-year-old self realized that reading Harry Potter was a big event, and wrote down on some random envelope I had lying around that that was when I finished. *shrug* I was a weird little kid.

As for starting reading early, before I ever started kindergarten, I would read so many books. We have these children's encyclopedias that are actually really fun to read and they were at my level at the time, so I read them all. They taught me about numbers and stuff, and so kindergarten was too easy for me, and I skipped 1st grade. Fun times.

You're in 9th grade? Interesting.
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christiangrltus


Posted: 05:00PM Mar 8, 2013

princess2007 wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
hermygranger123 wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
asteroidbelt wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
Don't worry about it. I've been unnaturally obsessed with Harry Potter for over a year now, I sing Phantom of the Opera ALL the time, and my friends are sick of hearing me recite my debate case to them.


At least you aren't obsessed with Justin Bieber ... you know how horrible THAT can get.


I KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Rather that then that stupid vampire story.

I think you mean the stupid fairy book. And I've been obsessed with Harry Potter since kindergarten. And yes I was reading novels in kindergarten.




Have you been writing them since kindergarten as well?


That would be... unusual. I started reading novels in like... 4th grade. I tried reading HP in 2nd grade or something and got bored the first time. Now, I'm obsessed with them.


When I was 6 my dad brought home the movies. Voldemort killing Lily traumatized me, so I was never tempted to read them until my favorite librarian suggested them to me, and I checked one out in the 8th grade. I was hooked after the first sentence. "Mr. and Mrs. Dursley of Number Four Privet Drive were proud to say they were perfectly normal, thank you very much."

I read them all in 8th grade for the first time, and about 6+ times a piece since then.


Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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21kaldridge21Aus


Posted: 02:18PM Mar 9, 2013

Hi

With the inactive games thing I modded a wwg game last year where in round 7 there was 8 players left with 2 wolves and there was only 1 active person who was a wolf.


I'm back
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asteroidbelt


Posted: 05:27PM Mar 9, 2013

Hey 21!
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christiangrltus


Posted: 01:57PM Mar 10, 2013

Welcome 21!

Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 06:23PM Mar 10, 2013

JQPublic wrote:
hermygranger123 wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
asteroidbelt wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
Don't worry about it. I've been unnaturally obsessed with Harry Potter for over a year now, I sing Phantom of the Opera ALL the time, and my friends are sick of hearing me recite my debate case to them.


At least you aren't obsessed with Justin Bieber ... you know how horrible THAT can get.


I KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Rather that then that stupid vampire story.

I think you mean the stupid fairy book. And I've been obsessed with Harry Potter since kindergarten. And yes I was reading novels in kindergarten.




Have you been writing them since kindergarten as well?

No, I haven't been writing novels since kndergarten. Writing novels didn't happen until around the summer between first and second grade.


Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open. ~Albus Dumbledore
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JQPublic


Posted: 05:14AM Mar 11, 2013

hermygranger123 wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
hermygranger123 wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
asteroidbelt wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
Don't worry about it. I've been unnaturally obsessed with Harry Potter for over a year now, I sing Phantom of the Opera ALL the time, and my friends are sick of hearing me recite my debate case to them.


At least you aren't obsessed with Justin Bieber ... you know how horrible THAT can get.


I KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Rather that then that stupid vampire story.

I think you mean the stupid fairy book. And I've been obsessed with Harry Potter since kindergarten. And yes I was reading novels in kindergarten.




Have you been writing them since kindergarten as well?

No, I haven't been writing novels since kndergarten. Writing novels didn't happen until around the summer between first and second grade.


Okay, you're amazing.


'An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.' - Charles Dickens
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asteroidbelt


Posted: 02:30PM Mar 11, 2013

This game isn't filling up so fast.
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asteroidbelt


Posted: 02:32PM Mar 11, 2013

JQPublic wrote:
hermygranger123 wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
hermygranger123 wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
asteroidbelt wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
Don't worry about it. I've been unnaturally obsessed with Harry Potter for over a year now, I sing Phantom of the Opera ALL the time, and my friends are sick of hearing me recite my debate case to them.


At least you aren't obsessed with Justin Bieber ... you know how horrible THAT can get.


I KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Rather that then that stupid vampire story.

I think you mean the stupid fairy book. And I've been obsessed with Harry Potter since kindergarten. And yes I was reading novels in kindergarten.




Have you been writing them since kindergarten as well?

No, I haven't been writing novels since kndergarten. Writing novels didn't happen until around the summer between first and second grade.


Okay, you're amazing.


I don't think I've started writing novels yet. More like short stories.
Also, I'm not in 1st grade.
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21kaldridge21Aus


Posted: 07:56PM Mar 11, 2013

I've never written a short story or novel but I used to write poetry and even have had 2 poems published in poetry books. Here is the last poem I wrote which was one that got published

I love you my baby girl


As I let you go baby girl
I'll say I Love You
My beautiful little baby
Gotta hold on easy
As you chase your dreams
You can take on this whole world
Go on but remember the road
That will always lead you home
I Love You my beautiful little baby girl
I know you love me since the day you were born
You are daddy's beautiful little baby girl
You look like an angel
With a beautiful little smile
That will melt a heart of stone
I hope you know
Any man
Even a man's man will not be good enough for you
You are so beautiful from the outside in
And I just want to say I love You
I love You More Than Any One else


I'm back
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christiangrltus


Posted: 07:58PM Mar 11, 2013

I love to write, but I can never finish things well. I've got a ton of stories started, but hardly any have been finished.

Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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koin_era345tus


Posted: 07:58PM Mar 11, 2013

Hi everyone.

I wrote a poem once for class and my teacher submitted it to a contest and it somehow won first place in the city for my grade. I was so confused when I heard about it.


Happy ever after in the marketplace, Desmond lets the children lend a hand. Molly stays at home and does her pretty face, and in the evening she's the singer with the band!
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 08:16PM Mar 11, 2013

I'm not really good at stories though. I basically just start a story, don't like the idea and then throw it away and start fresh. I'm good at haikus though.

Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open. ~Albus Dumbledore
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slammngirl92*us


Posted: 08:30PM Mar 11, 2013

Ready for a fun game.

Fearless.
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kmrutledgetth


Posted: 09:15AM Mar 12, 2013

Sorry about not posting sooner. Ready for a fun game though! Hey can someone please tell me when bj is coming back?

The faster I type in my password, the more secret agent-y I feel.
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asteroidbelt


Posted: 03:55PM Mar 12, 2013

hermygranger123 wrote:
I'm not really good at stories though. I basically just start a story, don't like the idea and then throw it away and start fresh. I'm good at haikus though.


I write two kinds of haikus. What's on my Mind? Haikus and Inspiration Stuff (they're not supposed to make sense) Haikus.
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kitty-cattus


Posted: 06:03PM Mar 12, 2013

I wrote a novel! And random half-written novels too...I'm trying. I'm not a poet though. I do, occasionally, write poems. But I don't do it for school.

"I'm through accepting limits cause someone says they're so. Some things I cannot change, but til I try I'll never know." -Wicked
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Thekid4t


Posted: 06:05PM Mar 12, 2013

princess2007 wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
hermygranger123 wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
asteroidbelt wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
christiangrl wrote:
Don't worry about it. I've been unnaturally obsessed with Harry Potter for over a year now, I sing Phantom of the Opera ALL the time, and my friends are sick of hearing me recite my debate case to them.


At least you aren't obsessed with Justin Bieber ... you know how horrible THAT can get.


I KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Rather that then that stupid vampire story.

I think you mean the stupid fairy book. And I've been obsessed with Harry Potter since kindergarten. And yes I was reading novels in kindergarten.




Have you been writing them since kindergarten as well?


That would be... unusual. I started reading novels in like... 4th grade. I tried reading HP in 2nd grade or something and got bored the first time. Now, I'm obsessed with them.
I started reading when I was 2 1/2 years old. True story.


hermygranger123 wrote:
I'm not really good at stories though. I basically just start a story, don't like the idea and then throw it away and start fresh. I'm good at haikus though.


Haikus are good fun
They can be hard to think of
But it is worth it.

I have to say, while I like Harry Potter, I really don't understand why both CG and hermygranger have avatars about Ravenclaw. I mean, they're the smart ones, but that's really the only thing they have going for them. And they're never prominently portrayed, like Gryffindor or Slytherin. The only house that is portrayed less prominently is Hufflepuff.


Who needs a witty signature anyway?
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christiangrltus


Posted: 06:49PM Mar 12, 2013

kmrutledge wrote:
Sorry about not posting sooner. Ready for a fun game though! Hey can someone please tell me when bj is coming back?

We don't know. I thought she would be back sooner than this, but she stopped checking her email... I miss her too.


Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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christiangrltus


Posted: 07:12PM Mar 12, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
I have to say, while I like Harry Potter, I really don't understand why both CG and hermygranger have avatars about Ravenclaw. I mean, they're the smart ones, but that's really the only thing they have going for them. And they're never prominently portrayed, like Gryffindor or Slytherin. The only house that is portrayed less prominently is Hufflepuff.


Hey! Ravenclaw is my house!

Besides. That's not all true. The houses are known for these traits:

Gryffindor values courage, bravery, nerve and chivalry. The Gryffindor motto is "Their daring, nerve and chivalry set Gryffindors apart".

Hufflepuff values hard work, patience, justice, and loyalty. The Hufflepuff motto is "Those patient Hufflepuffs are true and unafraid of toil".

Ravenclaw values intelligence, creativity, learning, and wit. The Ravenclaw motto is "Wit beyond measure is man's greatest treasure".

Slytherin house values ambition, cunning, leadership, and resourcefulness. The Slytherin motto is "Slytherin will help you on your way to greatness".

Just because their characters aren't always called out as being from that house in particular doesn't mean you can forget about them!
a) Luna Lovegood, Cho Chang, Padma Patil, Anthony Goldstein, Penelope Clearwater... They're all Ravenclaws. Luna (and Cho, but mostly Luna) show up quite a lot.

b) Hannah Abbott, Susan Bones, Cedric Diggory, Justin Finch-Fletchley, Ernie Macmillan, Zacharias Smith, Nymphadora Tonks... All of them were Hufflepuffs! Cedric, Ernie and Tonks especially! (And just so you know, JK Rowling is also a Hufflepuff)


Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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koin_era345tus


Posted: 08:33PM Mar 12, 2013

Nah, THIS is how the houses work:

Gryffindor is the good guys.
Slytherin is the bad guys.
Ravenclaw is the nerds.
Hufflepuff is the house for losers who aren't smart or evil, and Gryffindor was getting too big so they sent the chumpy kids to Hufflepuff.


Happy ever after in the marketplace, Desmond lets the children lend a hand. Molly stays at home and does her pretty face, and in the evening she's the singer with the band!
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koin_era345tus


Posted: 08:37PM Mar 12, 2013

I was a bit harsh on the Hufflepufflies, so I take back some of what I said.

Happy ever after in the marketplace, Desmond lets the children lend a hand. Molly stays at home and does her pretty face, and in the evening she's the singer with the band!
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 11:27PM Mar 12, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:

I have to say, while I like Harry Potter, I really don't understand why both CG and hermygranger have avatars about Ravenclaw. I mean, they're the smart ones, but that's really the only thing they have going for them. And they're never prominently portrayed, like Gryffindor or Slytherin. The only house that is portrayed less prominently is Hufflepuff.

Oh no you didn`t just insult the two houses I like best. Ravenclaws see what others don`t. Like Luna saw a way to get to the Ministry without brooms. They`re creative, individual and wise. Hufflepuffs are fair, patient and dedicated. Like Cedric tried to give Harry the Goblet even though taking the cup himself would being getting the light shone on Hufflepuff for the first time in a long time. Gryffindors are brave, chivalrous and daring. Like Neville stood up to Harry, Ron and Hermione, his friends, to stop them going out at night. Slytherins are ambitious, cunning and resourceful. Like how Draco tried so many times and many different methods to kill Dumbledore.


Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open. ~Albus Dumbledore
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princess2007A


Posted: 09:10AM Mar 13, 2013

I'm a Ravenclaw! I think...

A king that is conquered must see strange looks. So bitter a thing is the heart of man.
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kitty-cattus


Posted: 11:54AM Mar 13, 2013

I would be a Ravenclaw. And I agree, Hufflepuff could have been completely gone from the books and nobody would miss it.
a) It's the only dormitory never visited during the books.
b) Cedric could have been from ANY other house. I actually think I would prefer him to be from Slytherin, that would redeem them even more than the other good Slytherins did.
c) All of the people (who were actually vitally important to the story, no offense to Hannah, Justin, Susan, etc) from Hufflepuff could have been from another house as well.
d) Seriously, their motto is just saying, "We don't have anything specific, so I'm just going to pretend we're awesome with all these minor characteristics."
e) The one Horcrux attributed to their house didn't have to be for them. It could have been some other important thing.
Pretty much, they do almost nothing. They do have a few important characters from Hufflepuff, but those guys could have come from another house.

But Ravenclaw is awesome. One of the very few character's houses they go to is Luna's, a Ravenclaw. I don't remember all of them, but I think the rest all belong to Gryffindors. Luna is my favorite HP character, and she's a Ravenclaw. Also, come on, why are you on Braingle if you wouldn't at least somewhat belong to Ravenclaw? This website has brain teasers (which you need to get into the Ravenclaw dormitories), quizzes, and games like Werewolf and WTB. All Ravenclaw-esque things.


"I'm through accepting limits cause someone says they're so. Some things I cannot change, but til I try I'll never know." -Wicked
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slammngirl92*us


Posted: 02:19PM Mar 13, 2013

I have never read or seen any of the harry potter books so I have no clue what you guys are talking about.

Fearless.
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asteroidbelt


Posted: 03:54PM Mar 13, 2013

All of my friends think that I am a Ravenclaw. Go Ravenclaw!
Totally off topic, but I had a creepy dream last night that you guys were people I knew. Scary.
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slammngirl92*us


Posted: 04:01PM Mar 13, 2013

Was I in it??

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 04:09PM Mar 13, 2013

I don't remember... but I know that koin was in it.
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 05:26PM Mar 13, 2013

I would miss Hufflepuff! For your information, J.K.Rowling was in Hufflepuff. If you don't call that important, I don't know what is. The Queen herself!

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kitty-cattus


Posted: 05:43PM Mar 13, 2013

For your information, no she wasn't. Because (everyone cover your ears for the screaming about to ensue) it doesn't exist, because Harry Potter is fiction. But what I meant by that was, if it was never included in the books, there wouldn't have been a need for it. Except maybe 4 houses makes more sense than 3 in Quidditch matches.

And don't worry, asteroid, I've had dreams involving my Braingle friends too.


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koin_era345tus


Posted: 07:51PM Mar 13, 2013

I've said it before and I'll say it again - braingle dreams are normal since you dream about what you are thinking about.

asteroid wrote:
I don't remember... but I know that koin was in it.

This is the third or fourth dream I've been in. Getting weird.

kitty-cat wrote:
For your information, no she wasn't. Because (everyone cover your ears for the screaming about to ensue) it doesn't exist, because Harry Potter is fiction.



I took a quiz to see what house I would be in; scored 50-50 on ravenclaw or slytherin.


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slammngirl92*us


Posted: 09:33PM Mar 13, 2013

All my dreams are creepy as some of you already know that. never about braingle though.

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21kaldridge21Aus


Posted: 11:53PM Mar 13, 2013

slammngirl92 wrote:
I have never read or seen any of the harry potter books so I have no clue what you guys are talking about.


I am the same way.

When I Was a kid I had really weird dreams but I don't think I have had any dreams in the past 5 years. When I was real little I had a dream where I was watching all the girls from my 1st grade test walk out the school into the playground in wedding dresses and all the boys were lined up outside in tuxedos.


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christiangrltus


Posted: 12:03AM Mar 14, 2013

kitty-cat wrote:
For your information, no she wasn't. Because (everyone cover your ears for the screaming about to ensue) it doesn't exist, because Harry Potter is fiction.


I said NO profanity. That's just straight out blasphemy. Harry Potter will only truly become fiction when none here are loyal to it.


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Posted: 04:17AM Mar 14, 2013



'An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.' - Charles Dickens
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Posted: 05:14AM Mar 14, 2013

21kaldridge21 wrote:
slammngirl92 wrote:
I have never read or seen any of the harry potter books so I have no clue what you guys are talking about.


I am the same way.

When I Was a kid I had really weird dreams but I don't think I have had any dreams in the past 5 years. When I was real little I had a dream where I was watching all the girls from my 1st grade test walk out the school into the playground in wedding dresses and all the boys were lined up outside in tuxedos.

Ahaha, dreams are soo wierd. I'm glad that part of my brain only works when I'm unconcious or I'd be screwed in real life.


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kitty-cattus


Posted: 10:27AM Mar 14, 2013

I have had the weirdest dreams the past week or so...last night I dreamed that my brothers and I went to driving school (my older brother is old enough to be in driver's ed, but isn't, I'm too young and will be for another year, and my younger brother's only 12), and the night before I dreamed about the book I was reading. It was really cool.

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Thekid4t


Posted: 02:22PM Mar 14, 2013

Why all of the love for Ravenclaw? Am I missing something? (I'm still at the ending half of the last book so if I actually am missing something, don't tell me.) Okay, fine, Luna's from Ravenclaw. I didn't say they were useless, only that they weren't the best. And really, your favorite two are Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff? I can't find anything good about Hufflepuff. And don't start to tell me about all the people in it because they contributed almost nothing to the plot. And furthermore, JK Rowling took an online quiz and got Hufflepuff, so she did not design Hufflepuff with herself in mind. Malfoy even says it: "Imagine getting put in Hufflepuff. I think I'd just leave." And later, HARRY POTTER HIMSELF says, "I bet I'm in Hufflepuff," when he is feeling down, as if it was a bad thing. My favorite two houses would have to be Gryffindor and Ravenclaw. And before you start say that I just insulted Ravenclaw and then chose it as my favorite, I needed to choose a second favorite, and wouldn't choose Hufflepuff for the above reasons, and DEFINITELY would not choose Slytherin.

Okay, so about the dreams. I promise that the next time I have an interesting dream I will share it.


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koin_era345tus


Posted: 05:35PM Mar 14, 2013

Thekid wrote:
Why all of the love for Ravenclaw? Am I missing something?

Yeah, I dont know. we're all nerds

and
DEFINITELY would not choose Slytherin.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, what's with the slytherin hate? So, they have some bad apples, but so does every other house. And at least they aren't super-moral like gryffindor, which is annoying, or super-lame, like hufflepuff.


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Posted: 05:50PM Mar 14, 2013

I am going to celtic's game... it's been fun here though.

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Posted: 05:51PM Mar 14, 2013

Quote from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, or Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone for my friends over the ocean:
"Better Hufflepuff than Slytherin," said Hagrid darkly. "There's not a single witch or wizard who went bad who wasn't in Slytherin. You-Know-Who was one."
So there you have it. Every dark wizard who ever existed was in Slytherin. So, they don't have "some bad apples," like you say. They have every bad apple who ever existed.


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slammngirl92*us


Posted: 05:55PM Mar 14, 2013

I am also going to switch to celt's game.
Have a fun game here everyone!!


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asteroidbelt


Posted: 09:46PM Mar 14, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
Quote from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, or Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone for my friends over the ocean:
"Better Hufflepuff than Slytherin," said Hagrid darkly. "There's not a single witch or wizard who went bad who wasn't in Slytherin. You-Know-Who was one."
So there you have it. Every dark wizard who ever existed was in Slytherin. So, they don't have "some bad apples," like you say. They have every bad apple who ever existed.


Wormtail was a Gryffindor.
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 11:36PM Mar 14, 2013

Well, Snape was a Slytherin and he wasn't all bad, but I still don't like him And I'm part Slytherin.

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Thekid4t


Posted: 02:40PM Mar 15, 2013

Are you guys really standing up for the Slytherins, or are you playing Devil's advocate?

Snape wasn't all bad? Have you read the ending of the 6th book?

My explanation for the Wormtail thing is that at the time of his saying it, Hagrid thought Wormtail was dead. But every other dark wizard was in Slytherin.


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christiangrltus


Posted: 05:45PM Mar 15, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
Quote from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, or Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone for my friends over the ocean:
"Better Hufflepuff than Slytherin," said Hagrid darkly. "There's not a single witch or wizard who went bad who wasn't in Slytherin. You-Know-Who was one."
So there you have it. Every dark wizard who ever existed was in Slytherin. So, they don't have "some bad apples," like you say. They have every bad apple who ever existed.


I beg to differ. Grindelwald went to Drumstrag. He was only second to Voldemort.


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christiangrltus


Posted: 05:46PM Mar 15, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
Snape wasn't all bad? Have you read the ending of the 6th book?


OF COURSE SHE HAS! Have you finished the 7th book yet?!


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christiangrltus


Posted: 05:47PM Mar 15, 2013

Who wants to hear how part of my soul died today?

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Thekid4t


Posted: 05:54PM Mar 15, 2013

I would love to, CG. You know how much I like stories of other people being in pain! Bonus points if it's bloody.

Just kidding.


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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 09:43PM Mar 15, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
Are you guys really standing up for the Slytherins, or are you playing Devil's advocate?

Snape wasn't all bad? Have you read the ending of the 6th book?

My explanation for the Wormtail thing is that at the time of his saying it, Hagrid thought Wormtail was dead. But every other dark wizard was in Slytherin.

Why yes, I have read the end of the 6th book. The real question is have you read the end of the seventh book, chapter 33: The Prince's Tale? I'd tell you what it is, but that might ruin chapter 19: The Silver Doe.


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Posted: 12:07AM Mar 16, 2013

We're down to 5 again. I registered for and completed a WTB game but this hasn't started. The discussion is engaging though!

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JQPublic


Posted: 09:50AM Mar 16, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
You know how much I like stories of other people being in pain! Bonus points if it's bloody.


Yes, me too! I'm bloodthirsty!

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I'm not really going to join in the discussion since I don't read HP.


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Posted: 04:47PM Mar 16, 2013

No! Everybody, come back!

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Thekid4t


Posted: 04:51PM Mar 16, 2013

I get the feeling this is going to be the second YOLO.

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christiangrltus


Posted: 09:09PM Mar 16, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
I would love to, CG. You know how much I like stories of other people being in pain! Bonus points if it's bloody.

Just kidding.


You might enjoy this then.
I'm talking to my friend Erin* about Harry Potter when this kid Nate* jumps in. Here are some excerpts on how my soul died, nearly every time he spoke. The sad art was that he said he watched the last movie the night before.

SPOILER ALERTS!!!

Fred doesn't die! ... When does that happen?!
At. The. Battle. Of. Hogwarts.
When was that?!
When the wall collapses. Percy, George, Fred, Ron, Hermoine, and Harry are all crushed.

Blah blah blah

No, Fred doesn't die because he gets married.
WHAT?
Fred gets married to that one girl who can do magic.
Well that narrows it down.
Tonks? Hermoine?
Yeah, that one.
Ron marries Hermoine. Lupin marries Tonks.
Who's Lupin?
*facepalm*
What?
He's one of the four Maurader's
What's that?

blah blah blah

Oh yeah! He's the one who taught them how to deal with those ghost things!
Boggarts. They were boggarts.
Ghost things sounds cooler.
No it doesn't.

blah blah blah

-_- It was truly one of the more pathetic moments of my life.


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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 11:21PM Mar 16, 2013

Please do me a favour and kill that person please.

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Posted: 08:27AM Mar 17, 2013

Really? "Ghost thing sounds cooler"? "Ghost thing" sounds nowhere near as cool as "boggart". The idea that anybody would think that indicates that this world is corrupt.

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christiangrltus


Posted: 02:14PM Mar 17, 2013

hermygranger123 wrote:
Please do me a favour and kill that person please.


I nearly did, hermy. I nearly did.

Thekid4 wrote:
Really? "Ghost thing sounds cooler"? "Ghost thing" sounds nowhere near as cool as "boggart". The idea that anybody would think that indicates that this world is corrupt.


If we hadn't been in the middle of watching Romeo and Juliet and he was sitting on the other side of the room, I might have slapped him. It was almost as bad as that one girl on Yahoo! Answers who dared compare Harry Potter to (ugh.) Twilight. -_-


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Posted: 03:19PM Mar 17, 2013

At least they weren't as stupid as this person. This is what he said: I've been a Hardcore Twilight fan even before it was popular. So like, the other day i was reading Harry Potter and the character Sirius Black turns into a werewolf. They totally ripped off of Twilight because Jacob and his gang were werewolves first. Also, the dumb *** writer of Harry Potter didn't even think to change the last name of the character she ripped off of Twilight. I mean, both of their names are Black and they BOTH are werewolves? Wow. The question is, why do people like Harry Potter more than Twilight? It's a cheap ripoff of Twilight.
Might I remind him that Harry Potter came before Twilight. And it was Lupin that was the werewolf. Sirius Black turned into a dog. And let's think, what made more money, the least money-earning Harry Potter movie or the most money-earning Twilight movie. Alas, it's the Harry Potter movie. And J.K.Rowling is smarter, richer (Maybe not, but only because she gave lots of her money to charity) and better than Stephenie or however you spell her name. And Twilight came to Mrs. Meyer in a dream and what did Dumbledore say about dreams? Oh yeah. It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live.


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christiangrltus


Posted: 07:12PM Mar 17, 2013

Dumbledore: owning Twilight before it even existed.

I love to think the least popular Harry Potter movie made about 90 million more than the most popular Twilight movie. And Robert Patterson even openly admitted that he would rather be Cedric than Edward any day. The logistics in Twilight are complete failures anyway.


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Thekid4t


Posted: 08:22PM Mar 17, 2013

GAH! CG's idiot at least knows he doesn't know a thing about Harry Potter. Hermy's idiot, on the other hand, thinks he knows all about Harry Potter, and now goes around thinking Harry Potter is a rip-off of Twilight. I hope you set him straight, hermy!

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 11:34PM Mar 17, 2013

I would've set him straight if I knew him, but, unfortunately, it was on Yahoo Answers, so I couldn't punch him and virtual punches don't hurt.

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Posted: 09:27AM Mar 18, 2013

*starts devising clever plan to derail round 0 from HP*

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 01:54PM Mar 18, 2013

JQPublic wrote:
*starts devising clever plan to derail round 0 from HP*

Good luck trying to stop me.


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Posted: 05:46PM Mar 18, 2013

If you don't want to talk about HP, we can talk about something else. I suggest cheese.

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christiangrltus


Posted: 11:06PM Mar 18, 2013

hermygranger123 wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
*starts devising clever plan to derail round 0 from HP*

Good luck trying to stop me.


*In accordance, somewhat*

Ever noticed how Barbosa from Pirates of the Caribbean says "so we have an accord?" all the time?


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Posted: 11:40PM Mar 18, 2013

christiangrl wrote:
hermygranger123 wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
*starts devising clever plan to derail round 0 from HP*

Good luck trying to stop me.


*In accordance, somewhat*

Ever noticed how Barbosa from Pirates of the Caribbean says "so we have an accord?" all the time?

I have. It sort of annoys me, because when someone says a phrase three times, it just gets annoying.


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Posted: 05:07PM Mar 19, 2013

I see it more as a catch phrase.

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Posted: 05:45PM Mar 19, 2013

I hate catch phrases. It makes you seem predictable.

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Posted: 07:05PM Mar 19, 2013

Really? You care if people seem predictable?

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Posted: 06:03AM Mar 20, 2013

christiangrl wrote:
hermygranger123 wrote:
JQPublic wrote:
*starts devising clever plan to derail round 0 from HP*

Good luck trying to stop me.


*In accordance, somewhat*

Ever noticed how Barbosa from Pirates of the Caribbean says "so we have an accord?" all the time?


*just succeeded*


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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 05:19PM Mar 20, 2013

It still does connect to Harry Potter though, because of what Remus Lupin said about Harry using Expelliarmus.

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christiangrltus


Posted: 05:31PM Mar 20, 2013

I only said that because I was watching the movie. I can bring up more Harry Potter if you'd like.

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Thekid4t


Posted: 07:39PM Mar 20, 2013

NO! DON'T! Please?

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Posted: 03:35PM Mar 21, 2013

I'm fine with it.

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christiangrltus


Posted: 06:49PM Mar 22, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
NO! DON'T! Please?


Name the quoter of this quote! "Special discount to Hogwarts students who promise they'll use our products to get rid of this old bat."


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Posted: 07:26PM Mar 22, 2013

Sigh.

I don't know, Lockheart?


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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 02:14PM Mar 23, 2013

Fred. Or was it George? They were talking about Weasley's Wizarding Wheezes and giving a discount to Hogwarts students who say they'll use it to get rid of Umbridge.

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Posted: 12:46AM Mar 24, 2013

Actually, I think it was Fred. Some of their quotes I get turned around every now and then, but your setting is exactly perfect. That was my favorite part in the entire book.

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Posted: 07:24AM Mar 24, 2013

CG, I just want to ask, did I ever actually PM you my random fact about myself? Because I don't remember doing so.

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Posted: 08:33PM Mar 24, 2013

Nope, I don't have one in my inbox from you.

Thanks for sticking out with me you four.


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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 10:56PM Mar 24, 2013

I would have joined sooner, but I was stuck in a COMPLETELY failing game with every single member inactive.

So, you guys seem to be having an interesting discussion... should I try to read every single Harry Potter book before posting again?


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Posted: 05:34AM Mar 25, 2013

Are we supposed to PM the random fact in Round 0?

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 09:49AM Mar 25, 2013

JQPublic wrote:
Are we supposed to PM the random fact in Round 0?


Yeah.

I'm back! I got eaten in Chris' game.
CG, do you still have my fact?
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Posted: 09:51AM Mar 25, 2013

lillyPad7891 wrote:
I would have joined sooner, but I was stuck in a COMPLETELY failing game with every single member inactive.

So, you guys seem to be having an interesting discussion... should I try to read every single Harry Potter book before posting again?


No, you don't have to.

I'm going to say that Percy Jackson is awesome and that somebody needs to start a Percy Jackson-themed game.
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Posted: 09:09PM Mar 25, 2013

I'm still thinking about my fact...
And it was George. '"Special discounts to Hogwarts students who swear they're going to use our products to get rid
of this old bat," added George, pointing at Professor Umbridge.'


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Posted: 09:48PM Mar 25, 2013

Oh, that's right! I knew that! It was Fred who said "Give her hell from us Peeves!"

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Posted: 11:27PM Mar 25, 2013

Yeah! And the part where Peeves is trying to unscrew the chandelier and Professor Mcgonagall tells him that it unscrews the other way.

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Posted: 11:52PM Mar 25, 2013

I just read And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. Is it just me, or did it seem a whole lot like 'Who's The Boss'?

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Posted: 10:00AM Mar 26, 2013

hermygranger123 wrote:
Yeah! And the part where Peeves is trying to unscrew the chandelier and Professor Mcgonagall tells him that it unscrews the other way.
I LOVE that part!


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asteroidbelt


Posted: 02:35PM Mar 26, 2013

hermygranger123 wrote:
Yeah! And the part where Peeves is trying to unscrew the chandelier and Professor Mcgonagall tells him that it unscrews the other way.


Me too!
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Posted: 03:34PM Mar 26, 2013

That's one of my most favourite parts, but my most favourite is the chapter 'Prince's Tale.'

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Posted: 05:02PM Mar 26, 2013

lillyPad7891 wrote:
I just read And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. Is it just me, or did it seem a whole lot like 'Who's The Boss'?


YES. That is such a great book! My class did that for a project and held a mock trial to see who we could get convicted. My partner and I were the porseuting team against Lombard (my favorite character) and he got convicted. SO MUCH FUN.


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Posted: 05:03PM Mar 26, 2013

hermygranger123 wrote:
That's one of my most favourite parts, but my most favourite is the chapter 'Prince's Tale.'


That is a good one, but I have to say my favorite chapter is 'The Flaw in the Plan'.


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Thekid4t


Posted: 05:33PM Mar 26, 2013

You guys remember the chapter titles?

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Posted: 05:44PM Mar 26, 2013

Yeah. You tend to remember them after listening to the audio tape repeatedly.

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Posted: 06:46PM Mar 26, 2013

christiangrl wrote:
lillyPad7891 wrote:
I just read And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. Is it just me, or did it seem a whole lot like 'Who's The Boss'?


YES. That is such a great book! My class did that for a project and held a mock trial to see who we could get convicted. My partner and I were the porseuting team against Lombard (my favorite character) and he got convicted. SO MUCH FUN.


My favorite character was Marston. OF COURSE he was the first to be killed.


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Posted: 06:48PM Mar 26, 2013

...and now of course I need to read the book.

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Posted: 07:35PM Mar 26, 2013

It's quite interesting. Are you interested in mysteries?

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Posted: 07:32AM Mar 27, 2013

I guess I have to read the book too.
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Posted: 01:23PM Mar 27, 2013

I promise that I will... eventually.

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Posted: 01:28PM Mar 27, 2013

I've been meaning to read it, but somebody recommended John Green to me, so I haven't got around to it.

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Posted: 05:10PM Mar 27, 2013

hermygranger123 wrote:
Yeah. You tend to remember them after listening to the audio tape repeatedly.

In addition to that, I also have reread the chapters I like best over and over.

If you go to "The Flaw in the Plan", about 2 paragraphs down, it says "Every inch of him ached, and the place where the Killing Curse had hit him felt like the bruise of an ironclad punch." That's my FAVORITE imagery in the entire series.


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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 01:39PM Mar 28, 2013

I liked that part too. I also liked how Narcissa saved him, especially how, again, it was a mother's love that saved him.

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christiangrltus


Posted: 11:55PM Mar 28, 2013

The only problem with it is that Umbridge never died, or went to Azkaban, or had Harry tell her off with his brilliant sarcasm. That would have been SO great to read.

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 09:17AM Mar 29, 2013

I will follow in JQ's footsteps and try to make you guys to stop talking about Harry Potter.

Percy Jackson is awesome and there should be a WWG for it soon!
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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 05:48PM Mar 29, 2013

How long has it been since this game was set up, christiangrl? And exactly how many people have joined (that are still in)?

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 06:33PM Mar 29, 2013

It was started on Feb. 24 and 5 people have joined.

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 07:13PM Mar 29, 2013

Wow. I joined then I quit because it was filling up too slow then I got eaten and the game just ended.
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Thekid4t


Posted: 07:53PM Mar 29, 2013

I bet a whole lot of people are just in this game for the conversation.

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christiangrltus


Posted: 11:27PM Mar 29, 2013

You know, my games never do fill up too quickly, and I don't know why. If you guys want to join another one, I wouldn't really blame you.

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JQPublic


Posted: 07:30AM Mar 30, 2013

asteroidbelt wrote:
I will follow in JQ's footsteps and try to make you guys to stop talking about Harry Potter.

Percy Jackson is awesome and there should be a WWG for it soon!




Thanks, asteroid. Now I have TWO things from which to distract people.


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asteroidbelt


Posted: 08:08AM Mar 30, 2013

Hey, maybe we should cancel this game and start an Argo II WWG!
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Thekid4t


Posted: 09:32AM Mar 30, 2013

And lose this game's amazing conversation?

As if.

(Although, a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory themed game would be awesome.)


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asteroidbelt


Posted: 09:33AM Mar 30, 2013

We could continue it!

EDIT: Do you guys remember YOLO's conversation?


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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 05:16PM Mar 30, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
And lose this game's amazing conversation?

As if.

(Although, a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory themed game would be awesome.)


I was in a play of 'Willy Wonka' when I was in fifth grade. It was one of the best and worst experiences of my life.


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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 12:07AM Mar 31, 2013

You know, my class and our neighboring class are doing plays. They're 2 Macbeths, 1 Misummer Night's Dream and 1 Romeo and Juliet.

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 08:40AM Mar 31, 2013

Wait... Did Shakespeare ever get an Epic Rap battle?
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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 09:55AM Mar 31, 2013

I think so.

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christiangrltus


Posted: 05:31PM Mar 31, 2013

So... Who else anxiously awaits October 8? You know, the release date for House of Hades.

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 08:42PM Mar 31, 2013

I do!
Did you know that the release of The Son of Neptune was on my birthday?
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Thekid4t


Posted: 09:10PM Mar 31, 2013

lillyPad7891 wrote:
The most awesome person on Brainge wrote:
And lose this game's amazing conversation?

As if.

(Although, a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory themed game would be awesome.)


I was in a play of 'Willy Wonka' when I was in fifth grade. It was one of the best and worst experiences of my life.
I was in a play like that too. I was Augustus Gloop/Head Oompa Loompa.

hermygranger123 wrote:
You know, my class and our neighboring class are doing plays. They're 2 Macbeths, 1 Misummer Night's Dream and 1 Romeo and Juliet.
I was in both Macbeth and Midsummer Night's Dream in school plays. (Lennox and Theseus, since you asked.)


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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 10:59PM Mar 31, 2013

christiangrl wrote:
So... Who else anxiously awaits October 8? You know, the release date for House of Hades.

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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 11:03PM Mar 31, 2013

I was Violet Beauregarde.

That isn't spelled right, is it?
Wait, yes it is. I just checked my script, which, for some odd reason, I hadn't mysteriously blown up.


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Thekid4t


Posted: 01:59PM Apr 1, 2013

Why was it such a bad experience?

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 04:15PM Apr 1, 2013

I was never anybody. I've watched the movie though.
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christiangrltus


Posted: 04:19PM Apr 1, 2013

I got Mark of Athena for my birthday last year. It was very good. This one is released 3 days before my birthday. Let's see if I can beat my mom too it.

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Thekid4t


Posted: 04:28PM Apr 1, 2013

I just realized that we are having two conversations at the same time.

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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 06:16PM Apr 1, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
Why was it such a bad experience?


I don't remember, like, just one thing that made it terrible. There was a lot of stuff that went on then. Probably one of the worst was that I told this one girl that I liked a guy, even though I didn't actually like him, and then she told the entire universe...
trivial stuff... I guess, looking back on it now.

Especially since I'm now unofficially dating him.


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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 06:16PM Apr 1, 2013

No one needed to hear that much about me, did they?

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 07:16PM Apr 1, 2013

Probably not.
Edit: I probably won't be on as often, because school's starting again.


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Posted: 05:02PM Apr 2, 2013

I read all 8 Olympian books in half a year. Fun fact.
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Thekid4t


Posted: 05:17PM Apr 2, 2013

lillyPad7891 wrote:
Thekid4 wrote:
Why was it such a bad experience?


I don't remember, like, just one thing that made it terrible. There was a lot of stuff that went on then. Probably one of the worst was that I told this one girl that I liked a guy, even though I didn't actually like him, and then she told the entire universe...
trivial stuff... I guess, looking back on it now.

Especially since I'm now unofficially dating him.
Something like that happened to me in my production of CATCF.


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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 07:35PM Apr 2, 2013

YAY! I'm not alone in the universe of bad experiences!!

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Thekid4t


Posted: 09:25PM Apr 2, 2013

We've all had bad experiences.

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christiangrltus


Posted: 10:51PM Apr 2, 2013

There was this one time my music teacher gave me the lead role in the "Holiday" Program. I got up on stage and started reciting lines (the right ones), panicked, then skipped ahead two cue cards. It was horrific, and I read from my cards for the rest of the night. Of course, no one but me noticed...

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 06:03PM Apr 4, 2013

Once, we were auditioning for this play and I didn't realize. I thought it was in another classroom, so I walked in and said really loudly, "Wassup Bros." It was so embarassing.

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Thekid4t


Posted: 02:12PM Apr 5, 2013

I'm not sure if it would offend you if I replied with , so I just won't reply.

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 05:03PM Apr 5, 2013

No, it's fine. It was really funny though.

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Thekid4t


Posted: 07:48PM Apr 5, 2013

Okay then.






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christiangrltus


Posted: 10:34PM Apr 5, 2013

You guys are the best. Just saying.

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koin_era345tus


Posted: 11:04AM Apr 6, 2013

Eaten first round.

What's up?


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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 01:33PM Apr 6, 2013

ANOTHER PERSON!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 01:57PM Apr 6, 2013

Another person!!!!!!!! Only another 9 people.

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Thekid4t


Posted: 03:05PM Apr 6, 2013

I was so excited until I read hermy's post.

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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 03:37PM Apr 6, 2013

You know what? Let's just be thankful... HEY! Why don't some of us make new accounts and then all join this game!

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koin_era345tus


Posted: 04:11PM Apr 6, 2013

And then shoot/eat all the duplicates first, making the first 6 player game.

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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 05:16PM Apr 6, 2013

koin_era345 wrote:
And then shoot/eat all the duplicates first, making the first 6 player game.


Quote if you agree.


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christiangrltus


Posted: 05:17PM Apr 6, 2013

I could probably figure out a way to hack book's account if it really had to come to that. Or I could just ask her for her password.

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Thekid4t


Posted: 09:07PM Apr 6, 2013

lillyPad7891 wrote:
koin_era345 wrote:
And then shoot/eat all the duplicates first, making the first 6 player game.


Quote if you agree.
I agree.


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koin_era345tus


Posted: 11:37PM Apr 6, 2013

You couldn't have 6 players at the start of a round in a fifteen player game.

I think the rest of the flaws have solutions, but the only thing I could come up with for this is to adds one more real player.


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koin_era345tus


Posted: 11:38PM Apr 6, 2013

The human/wolf ratio would also be trouble - just though of that now.

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christiangrltus


Posted: 11:59AM Apr 7, 2013

We could just make this game a 10 player game.

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Thekid4t


Posted: 04:37PM Apr 7, 2013

Earlier, I wrote:
And lose this game's amazing conversation?

As if.
I bring this up because it applies now.


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JQPublic


Posted: 08:22AM Apr 8, 2013

We can always save the conversation and put it up on some free web host, thekid.

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Thekid4t


Posted: 02:13PM Apr 8, 2013

I still don't think we should.

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koin_era345tus


Posted: 02:15PM Apr 8, 2013

You know, there's actually a talk box for this exact purpose.

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 06:09PM Apr 8, 2013

There is.

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koin_era345tus


Posted: 08:28PM Apr 8, 2013

Yeah. I'll invite you, if you want.

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Thekid4t


Posted: 06:24AM Apr 9, 2013

For what exact purpose?

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 07:01AM Apr 9, 2013

lillyPad7891 wrote:
koin_era345 wrote:
And then shoot/eat all the duplicates first, making the first 6 player game.


Quote if you agree.


I agree.
I come back after 3 days and someone joins! YAY!
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RhythmicAus


Posted: 08:41AM Apr 9, 2013

Joined. Let's see if we can get this going.

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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 12:41PM Apr 9, 2013

Feel like making another account, Rhythmic?

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 03:54PM Apr 9, 2013

YES ANOTHER PERSON
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Thekid4t


Posted: 04:17PM Apr 9, 2013

WE ONLY NEED 8 MORE!!!!!!!

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 05:47PM Apr 9, 2013

Emphasis on the "Only"

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koin_era345tus


Posted: 08:00PM Apr 9, 2013

Good news is in a mere 15 days we get to find out if the "2 months waiting cancels games" myth.

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Posted: 08:24PM Apr 9, 2013

Huh... why haven't I heard of that?

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JQPublic


Posted: 09:20AM Apr 10, 2013

koin_era345 wrote:
Good news is in a mere 15 days we get to find out if the "2 months waiting cancels games" myth.


Myth? It's confirmed real ...


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Thekid4t


Posted: 02:41PM Apr 10, 2013

Well then we get to witness it firsthand.

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 07:24PM Apr 10, 2013

Back to 9 more people.

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Thekid4t


Posted: 06:14AM Apr 11, 2013

Can we do a countdown?

14


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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 05:14PM Apr 11, 2013

hermygranger123 wrote:
Back to 9 more people.


Ten. Thanks for everything, Rhythmic.


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Thekid4t


Posted: 06:18PM Apr 11, 2013

For this game to actually start, at least 0.35714285714 people must join per day!

(And that's what happens when you rush into the math and don't stop to think about the problem.)


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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 08:52PM Apr 11, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
For this game to actually start, at least 0.35714285714 people must join per day!

(And that's what happens when you rush into the math and don't stop to think about the problem.)


I would laugh right now if you haven't finished your math homework for tonight.


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christiangrltus


Posted: 10:43PM Apr 11, 2013

I didn't finish my math homework last night!

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JQPublic


Posted: 09:47AM Apr 12, 2013

From my understanding, the game can still start after it's 'cancelled'. It will be incredibly hard, though.

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 03:38PM Apr 12, 2013

I don't have any math homework.
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Thekid4t


Posted: 03:41PM Apr 12, 2013

12 EDIT: Actually, no. 13.


lillyPad7891 wrote:
Thekid4 wrote:
For this game to actually start, at least 0.35714285714 people must join per day!

(And that's what happens when you rush into the math and don't stop to think about the problem.)


I would laugh right now if you haven't finished your math homework for tonight.
Actually, I cheated and used a calculator. I could do it by hand if I wanted to, but that would take too long


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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 06:17PM Apr 12, 2013

Sorry I didn't post yesterday. My keyboard was busted, because someone *cough* my brother *cough* spilled hot tea all ,over it. JQPublic is right. It can start after it's been 'cancelled,' but it would be hard.

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christiangrltus


Posted: 07:13PM Apr 12, 2013

Guys, I'm thinking this is pointless. For some reason the world just doesn't like my games, so maybe if one of you started one up we could actually PLAY a game.

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Thekid4t


Posted: 09:11AM Apr 13, 2013

Okay, NOW it's 12.

No, I don't think it's pointless. I'm enjoying the conversation.


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asteroidbelt


Posted: 04:10PM Apr 13, 2013

Should we discuss what will happen in House of Hades?
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Thekid4t


Posted: 07:51PM Apr 13, 2013

No. Let's discuss cheese.

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kmrutledgetth


Posted: 09:13PM Apr 13, 2013

k I am back again!!!

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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 11:03PM Apr 13, 2013

Including this post, that's 80 posts that have NOT been about Harry Potter!

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 09:50AM Apr 14, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
No. Let's discuss cheese.


Ok. SWISS OR AMERICAN?
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Thekid4t


Posted: 12:26PM Apr 14, 2013

Swiss. American isn't real cheese.

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christiangrltus


Posted: 12:40PM Apr 14, 2013

But... I likes American cheese.

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 04:07PM Apr 14, 2013

You shouldn't have said that. I f I had my copy of "When You Reach Me" with me, you'd all be in big trouble, because somewhere in the book, Julia talks about how American cheese isn't real cheese as she pointed towards the 'not-cheese' at Jimmy's (A sandwich shop which does have a real name, but everyone calls Jimmy's, because Jimmy used to be the only person working there until Annemarie, Miranda and Colin came along) and then she got kicked out by Jimmy and then Miranda liked Jimmy better, because he saw through Julia.

BTW, I like Swiss cheese better.


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Posted: 06:59PM Apr 14, 2013

OH MY GOSH. I've read that book! CONNECTION! (I didn't like it very much, but I've read it.)

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kmrutledgetth


Posted: 04:48AM Apr 15, 2013

Come on people, join this game!!! And I think this is the longest round 0 in WWG history.

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Posted: 06:09AM Apr 15, 2013

Hermy, he didn't "see through Julia" because she was mean, he kicked her out because she was African-American.

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 02:30PM Apr 15, 2013

This is weird, I read that book too.
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Thekid4t


Posted: 03:45PM Apr 15, 2013

10 days left!

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 05:14PM Apr 15, 2013

Sigh.
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christiangrltus


Posted: 06:27PM Apr 15, 2013

Pray for Boston: the victims, the injured, the families, the rescuers, our nation, and anyone else who was, is, and is yet to be affected by this horrible incident!

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Posted: 07:50PM Apr 15, 2013

My aunt and uncle were going to run the marathon, but decided not to at the last minute. Our family is very thankful.

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 08:06PM Apr 15, 2013

Thank god you didn't.
And after that incident, Miranda felt happy warmer about Jimmy because he saw through her or something similar. The racism didn't come in until later. And how did you not like it? It's probably on the top fifteen books/series.


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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 05:23PM Apr 16, 2013

Nine.

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Posted: 05:49PM Apr 16, 2013

Jimmy didn't see through Julia at all. At least, that's how I interpreted it. He got mad at her only because he was racist.

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kitty-cattus


Posted: 08:50PM Apr 16, 2013

You people are entertaining. I'm back. I have a lot I'm supposed to be doing this month, but whatever, I can fit a game of WWG in.

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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 09:47PM Apr 16, 2013

It's okay. There is a very, very slim chance that this game will actually start, so you don't need to worry about making time for it.

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christiangrltus


Posted: 09:51PM Apr 16, 2013

Well then.

Just kidding. She's totally right, of course.


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buu441Ain


Posted: 01:47AM Apr 17, 2013

wow...thats a lot of round 0 discussion

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 03:10PM Apr 17, 2013

Eight more days!
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 10:04PM Apr 17, 2013

I agree. This is a lot of discussion in Round 0.

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Posted: 10:22PM Apr 17, 2013

Guys, does anyone have ANY idea on why my games take weeks to fill up?

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 11:36PM Apr 17, 2013

Because other people are too stupid and ignorant to realize this is a good game?

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Posted: 03:37PM Apr 18, 2013

Seven!

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 04:32PM Apr 18, 2013

Maybe because there are... let's see, 4 games going on right now?
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christiangrltus


Posted: 07:53PM Apr 18, 2013

But almost 2 months?!

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buu441Ain


Posted: 05:15AM Apr 19, 2013

wait...WHAAT???! this has been up for 2 months??
you can advertise around a bit and some weird psychology idea another mod had used a few months back. add people to your friends list, and they might feel a bit compelled to join your game


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Posted: 08:47AM Apr 19, 2013

buu441 wrote:
wait...WHAAT???! this has been up for 2 months??
you can advertise around a bit and some weird psychology idea another mod had used a few months back. add people to your friends list, and they might feel a bit compelled to join your game


You mean Chris' game?

The game will have to be cancelled; that's a fact and we should face it.

All we're gonna have to do now is to preserve the Round 0.


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asteroidbelt


Posted: 04:51PM Apr 19, 2013

Six
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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 04:51PM Apr 19, 2013

It wouldn't be TOO difficult to copy+paste it into a Word Document, would it?

If you don't have a dream, how will your dream come true?
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 08:02PM Apr 19, 2013

I remember the pyschology idea that Chris used to get people to join his game. I was really ticked off about it, because I wanted to join.

Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open. ~Albus Dumbledore
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asteroidbelt


Posted: 09:38AM Apr 20, 2013

Five more days.
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 06:58PM Apr 20, 2013

And then the game goes off the board.

Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open. ~Albus Dumbledore
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kitty-cattus


Posted: 09:21AM Apr 21, 2013

lillyPad7891 wrote:
It wouldn't be TOO difficult to copy+paste it into a Word Document, would it?


Just copy-paste the URL and put it into that topic in the Games Forum. I got this...


"I'm through accepting limits cause someone says they're so. Some things I cannot change, but til I try I'll never know." -Wicked
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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 10:05AM Apr 21, 2013

Four.

If you don't have a dream, how will your dream come true?
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Thekid4t


Posted: 01:37PM Apr 21, 2013

Here's to hoping that we can get seven more people to join in FOUR DAYS!

Who needs a witty signature anyway?
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christiangrltus


Posted: 03:10PM Apr 21, 2013

This sucks.

Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 07:29PM Apr 21, 2013

I know.

Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open. ~Albus Dumbledore
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Thekid4t


Posted: 06:09AM Apr 22, 2013

Three. It could still happen.

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 05:43PM Apr 22, 2013

Nah.
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Thekid4t


Posted: 08:02PM Apr 22, 2013

Pessimist!

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 10:32PM Apr 22, 2013

Does anybody know some really popular books either set or written in England other than Harry Potter and Narnia?

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Thekid4t


Posted: 02:16PM Apr 23, 2013

That question is like if I were to ask, "Does anybody know any primary colors other than blue, yellow, and red?" (By the way, the answer is green. While not a primary color of pigment, it is a primary color of light. But you get my point.)

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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 05:57PM Apr 23, 2013

Inkheart?

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 07:55PM Apr 23, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
That question is like if I were to ask, "Does anybody know any primary colors other than blue, yellow, and red?" (By the way, the answer is green. While not a primary color of pigment, it is a primary color of light. But you get my point.)


Well, there's green.


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JQPublic


Posted: 07:37AM Apr 24, 2013

hermygranger123 wrote:
Thekid4 wrote:
That question is like if I were to ask, "Does anybody know any primary colors other than blue, yellow, and red?" (By the way, the answer is green. While not a primary color of pigment, it is a primary color of light. But you get my point.)


Well, there's green.


You didn't see the highlighted answer. ;)

Two days BTW ...

Also, that's kinda cheating since you're looking at different systems, if you see what I mean ... Yellow wouldn't be a primary colour if you're considering light. If you're considering CMYK, a colour model primarily for printers, the primary colours would be cyan, yellow, magenta and black. That's at least seven primary colours.


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Thekid4t


Posted: 02:55PM Apr 24, 2013

Remember earlier when we were talking about ignorant people and Harry Potter? I found a really good one (read as: I found one that makes me want to slap the person who wrote it):



GAH!


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asteroidbelt


Posted: 05:21PM Apr 24, 2013

WOAH
One day left! Make this discussion count.


































































































I forgot to mention that there was no secret message above. Sorry.
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 07:32PM Apr 24, 2013

Does anyone have a Pottermore account?

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Thekid4t


Posted: 06:16AM Apr 25, 2013

No. Well, I cannot speak for everybody, but I don't have a Pottermore account.

Who needs a witty signature anyway?
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JQPublic


Posted: 07:09AM Apr 25, 2013

We still have a couple more hours ...

'An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.' - Charles Dickens
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Thekid4t


Posted: 03:52PM Apr 25, 2013

Bye-bye, best round 0 I have ever been in.

Who needs a witty signature anyway?
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asteroidbelt


Posted: 04:13PM Apr 25, 2013

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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 05:53PM Apr 25, 2013



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christiangrltus


Posted: 10:07PM Apr 25, 2013

I really owe you guys.

Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 10:54PM Apr 25, 2013

Do you think anyone would join if I started a Werewolf game? I haven't made one before...

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kmrutledgetth


Posted: 01:44AM Apr 26, 2013

I have an idea on getting some people in here. Look at the game I start.

The faster I type in my password, the more secret agent-y I feel.
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gymboy09tus


Posted: 05:25AM Apr 26, 2013

Hello

-Dying is bad for your health-
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JQPublic


Posted: 09:37AM Apr 26, 2013

Hey, why are we still on the list?

'An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.' - Charles Dickens
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asteroidbelt


Posted: 03:30PM Apr 26, 2013

What?
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 05:56PM Apr 26, 2013

Maybe the 2 month rule doesn't apply to mods with a certain amount of stars? And we only need 7 more people.

Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open. ~Albus Dumbledore
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christiangrltus


Posted: 06:18PM Apr 26, 2013

Yeah, ONLY 7.

Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 06:18PM Apr 26, 2013

kmrutledge wrote:
I have an idea on getting some people in here. Look at the game I start.


THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!!!! I just read the description for your game, and I really hope it will work.


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Thekid4t


Posted: 06:27PM Apr 26, 2013

MYTH DISPROVED!

Somebody should make a topic like kmr's WWG's discussion in the forums. And start a WTB game.


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christiangrltus


Posted: 11:01PM Apr 26, 2013

Oh, kmr, you're so great!

Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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JQPublic


Posted: 03:50AM Apr 27, 2013

Thekid4 wrote:
MYTH DISPROVED!

Somebody should make a topic like kmr's WWG's discussion in the forums. And start a WTB game.


No idea how that can be since Braingles have already experienced it first-hand. It's great to see we're still here anyway!


'An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.' - Charles Dickens
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Thekid4t


Posted: 08:59AM Apr 27, 2013

I was about to put it as a bug report, but then I realized that I like this game and don't want the bug fixed.

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asteroidbelt


Posted: 11:05AM Apr 27, 2013

Yeah, should we start making new accounts?
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Thekid4t


Posted: 12:28PM Apr 27, 2013

That is against the rules, asteroid, so I wouldn't unless we got REALLY desperate for more people. Like, if we had already passed the two month limit and we were waiting on every day to see which one would cancel the game.

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christiangrltus


Posted: 08:24PM Apr 27, 2013

I see what you mean.

Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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asteroidbelt


Posted: 09:08AM Apr 28, 2013

Woah, somebody joined kmr's game. Um...
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 06:30PM Apr 28, 2013

*Facepalm* towards the person that joined kmr's game.

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JQPublic


Posted: 04:34AM Apr 29, 2013

Now it's two people - a sonic something and a bookworm.

'An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.' - Charles Dickens
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Thekid4t


Posted: 06:16AM Apr 29, 2013

Why would somebody actually join? The game is called "READ THE DISCUSSION BEFORE JOIN", and the discussion tells you to join this game.


I don't actually think there's an emoticon that properly expresses my feelings here.


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JQPublic


Posted: 06:42AM Apr 29, 2013

Tried Rhythmic's TB: click here

Could CG come to an agreement with Evi?


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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 11:26PM Apr 29, 2013

5 people are in kmr's game now? Can't they read?

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christiangrltus


Posted: 12:34AM Apr 30, 2013

"Could CG come to an agreement with Evi"? What's that all about?

And no, apparently some people just want to be difficult.


Sarcastic people with large vocabularies are my favorite.
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JQPublic


Posted: 04:25AM Apr 30, 2013

christiangrl wrote:
"Could CG come to an agreement with Evi"? What's that all about?

And no, apparently some people just want to be difficult.


Maybe you could ask Evi to encourage people to join this game first, in exchange for something else?


'An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.' - Charles Dickens
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Thekid4t


Posted: 04:16PM Apr 30, 2013

Earlier, I wrote:
I don't actually think there's an emoticon that properly expresses my feelings here.
I just realized that what I said was quite a bit like a quote from The Simpsons, said by Comic Book Guy. However, I had no idea that he had said that at the time of my writing of the above post.


Who needs a witty signature anyway?
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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 04:50PM Apr 30, 2013

One of us (or more than one) could PM everyone in kmr's game and tell them to add christiangrl to their friends. Would that do anything?

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kmrutledgetth


Posted: 07:46PM Apr 30, 2013

I just had to cancel it, if I had waited any longer, it would have started and the whole thing would have went down the drain. Anyway, I hope this starts soon, I did pm everyone in my game, so don't worry about that.

The faster I type in my password, the more secret agent-y I feel.
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hermygranger123tca


Posted: 09:08PM Apr 30, 2013

You could always do what Pianistchris did and try to mind control people.

Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open. ~Albus Dumbledore
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christiangrltus


Posted: 09:45PM Apr 30, 2013

I just actually got about 6 people to PM me and friend me. They said it was all kmr. Thanks kmr!

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mjk13tus


Posted: 09:50PM Apr 30, 2013

This entire conversation made my day - *people who understand my fandom of amazing novels*

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lillyPad7891tus


Posted: 09:58PM Apr 30, 2013

Yup. That's what we're here for.

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buu441Ain


Posted: 11:29PM Apr 30, 2013

lol. i just played a game and came back over here

Leo: Hold on. This is gonna hurt. Coach Hedge: I was BORN for HURT!!
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kmrutledgetth


Posted: 01:04AM May 1, 2013

I am glad that I could help you. Anyway, hope this game will finally get started.

The faster I type in my password, the more secret agent-y I feel.
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jiny6005t


Posted: 01:16AM May 1, 2013

I am ready to finally play a game that is worth playing. The last one that I was in was awful and full of inactives. I was referred to this game by kmr. Thanks for doing something like that kmr. and thanks to christiangrl for adding me.
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JQPublic


Posted: 01:41AM May 1, 2013

Thanks kmr!

'An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.' - Charles Dickens
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kmrutledgetth


Posted: 02:35AM May 1, 2013

You're welcome everyone, just hope this game actually starts soon, I had 13 people in my game, so hopefully most of them will come to this one

The faster I type in my password, the more secret agent-y I feel.
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