They were more for the flash animations which is actually what you're meant to be fucking doing if you're on Newgrounds. :P A few of them are familiar with the whole incident with Sirtom, though and one even liked Dickneck.Yeah, my friends at school going on NG for the flash content was what got me into the site originally. Nobody besides myself seemed interested in making an account, though, for some reason. Did the Sirtom incident get much media attention over there? If I wasn't around on NG when that all happened I probably wouldn't even have heard about it. lol
The incident with Sirtom did get on the BBC News website but it wasn't on TV. Maybe in the North East region it was mentioned but I heard nothing on TV for the local news.
I used to talk shit against bronies but I don't even have that right anymore. First it was because I officially made myself part of the furry fandom and signed up to FurAffinity, then it was myself watching through an entire MLP parody series on YouTube because of my ex constantly spewing jokes from it and lastly, the pony cosplay that I agreed to and went to a fancy dress party as.Pony cosplay? If you weren't so awesome I would be thinking less of you right now. :P
The fact that it was a set up by her and she's not with me now should make me regret doing that but when I made the agreement, I only have myself to blame. Still, I tried to do a lot for her.
unless they're the sick fucks who have sexual fantasies over them. Keep in mind internet, a pony is a child form of a horse...I thought that was an essential part of bronydom for most? Though I am ignorant to the subject, I must confess.
I know one guy who's a brony but utterly hates the rule 34 aspect of it. I give him respect for that. For those that actually masturbate to it, there certainly isn't something right about them. OK, so I could masturbate to dragon porn but at least it wouldn't be some child-looking dragons I'd look up.
Wait, what did I just admit to? :O
The name alone should give you a hint.Yeah, it does. And I don't want to know anything more beyond the image my mind has conjured up. :P
And you don't. I'm just glad I know to keep a distance away from them. Some might show up at local meets but I'm still going to be weary of them. For now, I'll just find the cool individuals over on Twitter. I get my best interactions there.
I could talk trash about the anime part of it all day long due to horrendous writing and cliches. Come to think about it, if I was to ever watch either of them, it would only be from the abridged parodies.The writing was pretty terrible, I wont disagree there. But who watches DBZ for the writing, anyway? That show was 100% about the action; the plot was more like a necessary afterthought that just got recycled every saga. lol I'd say watch everything from the Sayian Saga through the Cell Games -after that it kinda starts losing it, if you ask me. Oh, and the movies are damn terrible, don't even bother with them.
Well, if I did have the time to watch it. I should try and watch through more Doctor Who but now I'm thinking of getting into Game of Thrones. The amount of dragon posts I see that's related to that show is making me want to give it a shot.
You could be considered the most attractive woman in the whole wide world but if you can't get along with my major interests, then I have no desire to love a person like that.Certainly not love, but maybe some other things, perhaps. ;)
Well then... :o Nah, even if a woman walked into my room right now and asked me for all the sex she wanted, even though we had absolutely nothing in common, I just don't think I would take it on. I'd rather dedicate myself to one who truly knows me and loves me. Then again, knowing that I can be desperate at times, I'd probably fall for it depending on my mood...
I used to think I was asking too much from a love partner but a few simple things like that, it can't be that bad and surely there's plenty out there that fit under that criteria.It's certainly possible. That's why I suggest looking to find social groups that match some of your interests, as your bound to find like minded people there. Just finding a girl in day to day life seems like trying to find a needle in a haystack, but being lucky enough to find one that's like you? Damn, you need the internet for that shit. :P
Tumblr seems to be a good opportunity to find people with common interests. Well, if more were better with filling in their about info, it would be a lot better. I have my favourite search results such as dragons, Monty Python and plushies (although that gives me tons of ponies, lol) so if I find some potentially good individuals, I'll give them a follow.
Perhaps I can wander around on Last.fm as well. I was well involved with the community part of the site years back but that was ages ago. Maybe I can pick it up again and see who I could actually come across on my searches. I don't think there's much else to check on the internet for the time being so I'll keep up with my Tumblr exploring.
I actually feared that if I ended the relationship with her, she wouldn't even want to see me again and it would cause problems with seeing those that we both know. Thankfully that hasn't been the case and we're still in speaking terms. As said before, she's handled the break up much better than the last few.Yeah, the fallout of a relationship (or the creation of one for that matter) can sometimes cause some collateral damage. Looks like you lucked out.
I have to agree. Recently a couple that many of us here knew very well broke up and they got engaged last year. To those two it's an even bigger shock to them what happened. I don't know all the exact details so I can't say for myself if this was just a general break up or something. I feel with my situation we were just hit with an unfortunate circumstance which I don't think actually made the final call on whether we were right together or not. She was just under stress and couldn't cope with it anymore. Potentially getting back together could work but I know I shouldn't build my hopes. I keep telling myself that but my brain and feelings just don't keep me 100% stable.
Roommates are never something I've had to worry about but then again, being stuck with parents even at the age of 22 isn't so grand either but what can I do about it?It's tough out there these days, for sure. Hopefully you'll be able to land a good enough job to support yourself. If not, hey, there's always roommates. ;)
I'm not one for wanting to mooch off others. It's probably bad enough I'm still living here but it's a lose-lose situation here.
The funny thing is, I actually tried to invite them all to my 18th birthday. It wasn't a problem for the teachers to be there but those old friends, only three managed to show up.You invited your teachers? Not a chance I would do a thing like that. :P
I'm actually quite fond of some of them. However, my mum did insist at one point to invite those from the secondary school but I did make a strong statement against that. At least I had it my way since after all, it was my fucking birthday party.