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I archived your page as well as created a sub-page for all of your archives. I hope you prefer it, but if not, it can easily be undone. Hope all is well with you.
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I'd like to think that the Pokemon anime is actually a TV show in the Pokemon world, like Wooper Space Commander or Fun Facts with Professor Elm. I think it explains why the anime is the way it is and I think it would be called The Adventures of Ash and Pikachu. I also had another idea relating to this. So the Officer Jenny in Johto Quest was an ordinary woman from the Johto colonies but became a big fan of the Officer Jenny character and her obsession grew to the point where she transformed herself into the character (i.e dressing up as her, changing her name to Jenny, etc). Not only that but unlike most police in the Pokemon world, she actually tries to help people.
"First you say the Geodude punched the bike into dust, and then you say Officer Jenny threw the bike into the lake. You should probably change it from "pile of dust" to "pile of scrap metal" or something to that effect." That's a good suggestion. So with this scene, Jenny comes to a part where she thinks she can't use her bike to travel across the water. So she sits down and looks at different things (such as the cave) and imagines what the bike's fate would be if she left it in that location. After she looked at three possible locations (the woods, cave, and mart), she decided that the best option would be to dump her bike in the water. I hope that clears up some confusion.
I have another idea for the Officer Jenny character. After she arrives in Ecruteak, she will be covered in Magikarps and be soaking wet.
Hello friend, how is everything going with you today? I hope all is well! I just wanted to say that I made some brownies the other day, and I was going to take a picture but...uhm...I ate them all..so...perhaps next time!! I hope things are going well with your mother! Luigifan100 19:29, April 28, 2017 (UTC)
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So the title of my last message was actually referencing that time where Steve Bushemi disguised himself as a high school student. This was the result: (http://imgur.com/a/EcnT1)
I found a video by TrendCrave that's about students freaking out. There was one entry in particular that I thought was hilarious. One of the entries involved a college student who was having her peers critique her painting. To make a long story short, she lost her shit when she heard the critiques. I thought it was hilarious because it kind of sums up how some people react to criticism, especially some people here on this wiki. Here's the video: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMF02rkzsZw)
So there was this girl on the Dr. Phil show and she uttered something along the lines of "Catch me outside, how 'bout that?" Even with the mother's loose translation, I still have no idea what this phrase even means. Like, is that some sort of local slang I'm not aware about? In fact, you could spend eons trying to figure this out and get nowhere! Not only that but, according to Dr. Phil, she calls the audience a bunch of hoes and they cheer anyway. That was probably the most hilarious part of the whole thing. Here's the clip: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gu10IiXVNBk)
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Hey there, just remembered an older video. It's goddamn hilarious.
As much as I dislike that book and everything about it, if it was turned in an audio book narrated by Gilbert Gottfried I'd buy it without a second thought.
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I've been thinking about something lately. The Hufflepuff House from Harry Potter is so underrated. Here's some information about Hufflepuff if you're interested. Because of this, I've been thinking about making a slice of life series that focuses on a small group of students at Hogwarts who are Hufflepuffs. Though, I would have to do a lot of research if I wanted to make this series. I don't know, I'll wait until I finish the Johto Quest series.
So I'm a big fan of I Hate Everything's content. I like his rant videos and a lot of his Search for The Worst series, which is basically a film review series that ranks the movies he's reviewed from least awful to OH GOD by the end of a review. I'm currently watching his review of the Fred Trilogy (Fred: The Movie, Fred 2, and Fred 3). I remember when Fred was at the height of his popularity. God I feel old. So the premise behind Fred focuses on a six year old named Fred Figglehorn (played by a really high pitched teenager) who has little adventures. In other words, it's kind of like a slice of life series. Now making a slice of life story into a film and making it entertaining isn't impossible. I think a great example is the first Winnie the Pooh movie made by Disney. It didn't have a lot going on but the characters were so likable and interesting that it kind of made up for its lack of a big story. However, the Fred movies weren't very good and to be honest, I wasn't a big fan of the original series to begin with.
"Since you're too lazy to pull your pants up, I should have known you'd be too lazy to form an actual sentence." And the award for the most savage burn in 2017 goes to...
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So Honest Trailers recently uploaded an Honest Trailer for La La Land. What's really freaky about this is that I saw La La Land just a few days ago and I was waiting for them to make a trailer for the film.
I recently finished writing a new Haunting Hour review tonight. It won't be uploaded until friday but I can tell you that I'm almost finished with season three as I only have about five more episodes to review. After that, I'll be moving onto season four which has only ten episodes.
"I don't know if you saw this, but Blameitonjorge did a whole video on the strange children's shows created by Sid and Marty Krofft (most known for H.R. Pufnstuf)." I actually saw this video three times. One of the entries on the list was for a show called Lidsville. I knew about the show before I watched the video because I remember hearing that the Candle Cove pasta was inspired by an article on The Onion about a guy who had nightmares over the Lidsville series.
"...two brothers playing Ping-Pong on sidewalk..." You know what this reminds me of? That one episode of Drake and Josh where the brothers do an impression of asian people from old kung fu movies and make noises like "hi ya" when playing ping pong. It's probably a little less bizzare than I'm describing it.
Hello Raidra! That commercial sounds really funny! I think I saw one of those pans the other day actually, but my favorite part of the brownie is from any side, edges or the middle, it all tastes delicious!! I hope all is going great with you! Luigifan100 19:24, May 3, 2017 (UTC)
Hello Raidra! I also agree, I'm not a big fan of desserts with nuts in them. I love picture 15 the most, since I would take one of each! I hope all is going well with your mother! Luigifan100 22:53, May 3, 2017 (UTC)
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So in Japan, there's this penguin who has fallen in love with a cardboard cutout of an anime character called Hululu who's from an anime called Kemono Friends. Basically, it's about animals who are anthrophomorphic moe anime girls. I thought it was absolutely adorable! Here's an article about it.
So there was a time where Speedy Gonzales cartoons weren't shown on Cartoon Network due to concerns over cultural and ethnic stereotypes of Mexican people. Despite this, Speedy was and I think still is a popular character in Latin America and Speedy cartoons were eventually played again due to fan demand. I think this story teaches us an important lesson. Before you go around claiming that something is offensive to a group of people, make sure that the group in question is actually offended by it.
I'm plugging away at the Sunny Hill Farms pasta but I'm still waiting to hear back from Doom about a part of the story I sent him. For now, I'll focus my efforts on the Johto Quest series.
Everything is fine, thank you. How are you?
I just wanted to stop by and let you know that everything is okayish. I've just been swamped lately, hence no email message. I hope that didn't worry you. I've been spending the last hour and a half getting caught up on internet business (messaging multiple people on various sites). I'm so far behind with everyone D: I'll try to email you sometime this weekend or next week.
How are you doing and what's new with you? We used to talk all the time, I miss that. I'm not trying to pressure you, I just want you to know that you mean a lot to me as a friend. I am sorry if I've been making you feel ignored or unwanted with my late responses. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 01:55, May 5, 2017 (UTC)
- I'm going to try to be more active starting this week, so I plan on vandalizing your talk page a bit here and there. I'll definitely have some craaazy stuff we can talk about then. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 06:06, May 7, 2017 (UTC)
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The way I see it, there are two ways to have a character that's in a minority group (i.e Black, Asian, Hispanic, etc), has either a mental or physical disablilty, or is part of the LGBTQA Community. The first way is to make sure that you give them traits outside of any of the above traits. In the 1990's, most LGBTQA people were portrayed as having little to no character outside of their sexuality. The Nostalgia Critic made a review of the 1999 remake of The Haunting and he goes into much more depth about this topic in that video. Here's the link if you want to check it out.
The other way is to portray something like a mental disability as realistically and resepectfully as possible if you don't have a lot of time to give them a ton of other traits. In the show Sesame Street, there's a character named Julia who has Autism. Now while you could say that she didn't have a whole lot of character outside of her disability, the portrayal of the disability was so spot on and respectful, that it kind of makes up for it.
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So I wanted to send this message last night but I went to a play and came home really late. The play we went to see was Young Frankenstein: The Musical. For the most part, I thought the play was really awesome. Though there were people to our left who kept screaming and cackling every five minutes, even if what they cackling at in some parts was for minor things like tripping over a shoe. Funny enough, when they got beers, they quieted down a bit. I think they were acting that way because they knew someone who was in the play (I think it was Igor because he got the loudest applause at the end). Speaking of Igor, he was the best character in the play. I went with my mom and brother and much to my surprise, she wasn't offended by most of the humor (save for a couple of stupid scenes).
Sure. I would like to see that list. I think one of the reasons why Sesame Street has stuck around for all of these years is not only because of the memorable characters but because they aren't afraid to tackle serious subjects like the death of someone you're close to (Mr. Hooper), a disaster (like a fire), and making friends with someone who has a disability, such as Julia. This show is also aimed at preschoolers if I remember correctly so it's also an example of a preschool show that challenges its audience outside of learning things like shapes and numbers for example. I would also like to see Julia in more episodes because I think she has a ton of potential to become a classic Sesame Street character like Big Bird, Grover, or The Count.
So Terrible Writing Advice just put out a new video. The video is about writing the beginning of a story (which I think is one of the hardest parts of writing besides writing a good ending that won't make people say, "Seriously?"). I'm waiting for him to make a Terrible Writing Advice video on either romance stories ("Don't forget to add at least three different love triangles somewhere in your story!") or horror stories ("Remember, when in doubt, crib from Steven King or that H.P Lovecraft guy!") Link to video here: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJNMkroM8zQ)
With me, I like to experiment with how I start a story. Sometimes I start a story by establishing a setting bit by bit and then have the main character introduce themselves. For example, I'll describe how it looked, the sounds that can be heard there, what the weather is like, and if I'm feeling really fancy, I might include details about the scents that can be picked up. But other times I might start off a story with a piece of dialogue.
No matter how you start a story, the beginning should establish the following things without feeling like an info dump:
1. Who is the main character of the story? Is it a young boy? Is it an old woman? Or something different altogether?
2. Where does the story primarily take place? Does it take place in a city or town? Does it take place in suburbia? Or does it take place in space?
3. When does the story take place? Does it take place during the 1950's? The late 2010's? Or does it take place in the 1800's?
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Woah! That is a long list if I'd ever seen one. How long did it take you to compile it all?
People screaming in your ear during a musical may be bad but having someone talking during a movie might be even more awful because you're in a dark quiet room and you paid a lot more money to see a film than you would if you went to see a play at your local theatre.
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Hey! I was busy yesterday so I couldn't reply, was going to sooner today but it has been storming. I'm going to reply to about part of your email here, while responding to some of the private parts of the discussion by email later on. I don't know if it will be later tonight or tomorrow before I am able because there are more storms moving in (I don't like having things plugged in during lightning storms).
Speaking of sense of accomplishment, that's a major reason why I started marking things on my calendar. I can look back at it and not feel that I'm just wasting my life away; I can see that I've done things each day. It's a good way to boost myself up and to kick depression in the butt.
I've looked into Pokemon Showdown a little and have built my team for our inevitable battle >:D Well, learn what works against Ghost before we fight *hint hint* :P I haven't the faintest idea what works against Fairy types at the moment, but know that they can beat Dragon T_T I'll have to brush up on them soon.
In Pokemon Moon I have just arrived at the 4th Island and my Pokemon are around level 50, pretty close to the end me thinks. Also, the Postgame Gumza video made me lol too XD Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 23:25, May 10, 2017 (UTC)
- My mom had a light switch get blown clear out of the wall from a storm once, no thank you storm, I'll keep my computer and consoles. On a serious note, please do not open any email attachments, visit any new links, launch any executables. There is a bad computer worm going around, allegedly it is an NSA Cyberweapon which leaked and has been improved upon, it's struck at least 99 countries. I am going to be absent from the internet for a few days, while this gets sorted. It has hit China's manufacturing hard, England's hospitals (many patients are going to die now as hospital equipment is malfunctioning/inaccessible), and Russia seems to have gotten it the worst. Madagascar has flat out closed off their internet port. I know this sounds like a sci-fi joke, but I am dead serious:  Although I may be overestimating it, I'd rather play it safe.
- I had no idea about that. Ironic as Litten was my starter and I never used him against her XD I beat Pokemon Moon yesterday during all the storms. It's one of the better titles in my opinion. Spongebob is the answer to near everything :3 Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 23:30, May 12, 2017 (UTC)
- Happy Birthday! (I'm back early because I think the worm thing has been pretty much solved.) I caught a Bagon and have been trying to train it up to 60 and to make it evolve into Salamance before I attempt the Battle Tree. I always need more dragons! Lillie and Professor Kukui are my favorites (I was glad to observe a Professor in the field and to have a character with major development). Thank you, my week did go good. How was yours? Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 18:55, May 15, 2017 (UTC)
- The thing that kills me about it is that it wasn't even a hacking thing, it was a lack of common sense thing. Well, maybe, I've read that the email scammers have been getting smarter/more devious. I've read that people have been getting emails from "their banks", but the email address doesn't quite add up. Anyway, from my understanding, someone/some people at the hospital were clicking email attachments which unleashed the worm on the hospitals network. So, if they hadn't clicked on the sketchy email and opened the attachment then they would have been fine. If that's true, then this was way more preventable than it would have been had it been hacking.
- I really like your idea of having everything important handwritten. A great, fire-proof filing cabinet that is bolted to the floor is hard to beat! Basilisk is definitely filled with experts :D
- Yay! It sounds like you had a great time~ Yeah, the sandcastle Pokemon cracks me up too. It's actually part ghost-type which makes feeding it even more ridiculous XD I didn't know she was in another game! Yeah, there were a ton of cameos, but I didn't recognize some of them because a few of the previous games aren't memorable to me (I'm looking at you, X and Y). About Pokemon Showdown, do we both have to be online at the same time to battle or are we allowed to take turns while offline? If so, then I'll look you up immediately and get this battle started. I'd also like to battle you with tons of different Pokemon parties.
- That's awful. Those with great senses of humor are the best sort of people, they have a way of making even the most dull moments fun and the saddest of moments bearable.
- I did yardwork on Sunday with my mom and it now looks entirely presentable again :D Things could be a lot better, but the aren't the absolute worst right now, so I am coping. Have like four days of storms to deal with, so I am charging my 3DS for some Pokemon battles. Unfortunately, it only holds three to four hours of charge and I'm nearly finished reading my new novel, so there is probably going to be lots of catching up on sleep or boredom :O Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 22:47, May 16, 2017 (UTC)
- I've gotta go, but I just read your message and I don't want you to be waiting for me, so I thought I'd say that let's wait a few more days before trying to set a time to play. There are a lot of storms (oddly none now, but just can't do it right now) here, so I can't really commit to anything for the next few days. Um, what time generally works for you? What time do you normally get on the wiki? Maybe we can both hop on around that time in a few days from now? Like, we could keep a tab open to this site and Pokemon Showdown at a certain time and then on this site we could message, "Now" to the other to show that we are ready to Pokemon Battle? I gotta go, but I'll try to reply to the rest of your message later today/tonight! Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 22:21, May 17, 2017 (UTC)
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So I finished my college classes I took this semester. Tomorrow is the last day for classes so I can't imagine them giving us any more work to do. From what I understand, I don't have classes until the fall semester.
So I started writing out character sheets for the gym leaders that are featured in Johto Quest. I decided to make Jasmine an autistic character. I used the Julia Sesame Street episode and my own experiences with autism as sources for writing the character. I added a few other traits of my own creation (i.e she is a fan of the comic series Gligar Guy and designed her gym after the Gligar Cave) and I maintained the canon traits (i.e she used to be a Rock type gym leader, she is a part time coordinator, etc).
Here's the character sheet for Jasmine: (https://pastebin.com/EWyP4pRQ)
I also have a character sheet for Whitney: (https://pastebin.com/wds4bEry)
I added a little bit to the Sunny Hill Farms story. This is the part I'm talking about:
("How is that possible?" I thought to myself. When I was looking through it, a lot of the jobs I saw either had really lousy pay or required experience that I didn't have at the time. Hell, I even think some of the other jobs listed had both of these qualities. I mean, even for a local paper, you'd think there would be at least one or two good jobs in there. I took a deep breath and grabbed the paper, placing it on the large wooden coffee table. After that, I decided to open up my phone's web browser and look on different job sites, hoping to find at least one good paying job that I was qualified for. I looked on at least two different job sites but much like with the paper, I hadn't found anything.
As my options dwindled, I sighed and rubbed my temples.)
I'm trying to figure out how to transition from the last sentence to the part where the protagonist turns to Craigslist to find a job.
(After Leia hears a phone going off)
Leia: R2, how are we going to stop the ringing?
R2: (Droid Noises)
(Everybody looks at the one guy whose phone is going off)
I remember when the movie Battleship was new. They played one line from the trailer ("He's a captain because he's always late.") and my mom said, "Dumb!" Now my mom isn't a film critic so when she says a movie is dumb, then you know it's bad.
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I think a Tetris movie could work. For example, they could make a movie about a guy who experiences "The Tetris Effect". Basically, this effect occurs when people devote so much time and attention to an activity that it begins to pattern their thoughts, mental images, and dreams. I'm not sure if he will get this effect by actually playing Tetris but I think it may be one of the few ways to make a Tetris movie work without coming off as stupid or gimmicky. The other option is to make a documentary showing the making of the game.
I added a bit of info to Whitney's character sheet. The reason why she throws tantrums when she loses is because that's how her baseball coach reacts when his team loses a game. Not only does it explain why she throws these tantrums but it also ties in to the baseball aspect of her character. The whole "super strength" part of Whitney's character was inspired by Pippi Longstocking, who has been known to be able to lift a horse with just one hand. Not only that but Clefairy's Japanese name is Pippi and I might have Whitney use one in her battle with Emily.
I did some more work on episode three of Johto Quest. Here's the latest part: (https://pastebin.com/ZQev8ij2)
My brother is graduating from college today. The graduation starts at nine in the morning which means that I'm going to have to get up early. Fun fact: I can't function before 9am. #NightOwlProblems
I'm not sure how I'm going to handle Clair's character. So in Johto Quest, she built up to be this egotistical hothead. Now there's two ways this can go. One, have the rumors be true or two, have Clair be misunderstood (i.e she may come off as what has been said but she might just have a very snarky sense of humor but is otherwise kind and/or laid back). That's a ways off so I have plenty of time to think about it.
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So I wanted to send this message last night but a couple hours after the graduation ceremony, we decided to go out to eat somewhere and celebrate with a few family emembers. By the time I got home, it was super late and I was feeling too tired to write (I got up at 7 in the morning yesterday).
I made a few minor changes to the third episode of Johto Quest. Along with fixing a few spelling errors, I decided to change "uniform similar to Jenny's" to "dark blue police uniform" in the scene with the guard at the gate between the Lake of Rage and Mahogany Town. I also decided to change "movie" to "television program" in the scene where Emily is watching the Go West Meowth episode. Even though these are small changes, I feel like they would support the whole "The Pokemon Anime is a Television Program in This Universe" theory a lot more. When Emily and Eddy visit the Pokemon Center, I might add a scene where a television is playing a scene from an episode of the show. I'm not sure if I want to play an awesome scene (insert awesome battle here) or a dumb scene that makes a patron rage like a Gyarados (the thunder armor scene from the episode where Ash battles Tate and Liza).
I had a theory as to why Bugsy from Pokemon looks the way "he" does. So my theory is that Bugsy is actually a girl that prefers to be addressed using masculine pronouns (i.e he, sir, etc) due to an unknown reason. In X and Y, there is a beauty that says the following lines in the English versions, "Yes, a mere half year ago I was a Black Belt! Quite the transformation, wouldn’t you say?" In the Japanese version, she credits this transformation to medical science. Now both versions seem to heavily imply that this is a transgender character, though the English version is more ambiguous about it. So my guess is that Bugsy is also a transgender character but in a less scientific sense.
That shirt actually makes two references at the ssame time. The first reference is to Bulbasaur's Pokedex number and the other is to the We Are Number One meme.
Happy #$E@K& Birtnday!
God Raidra, what do I say? We've been through some sh(ite) together, no joke. I'm forever glad that I met you and hopefully you don't too terribly regret our meeting. Here's a video that for some ungodly reason seems appropriate, lmao - happy birthday!
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So I found this image while searching for Gordon Ramsey Memes: (http://i1.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/001/079/263/df2.jpg) Have fun!
I recently finished playing the first chapter of Bendy and The Ink Machine since it was free to download on GameJolt. I'm not going to spoil anything plotwise in case you haven't played it but I thought it was legitamatly terrifying, even when playing it in the day time. I also like the graphics so far have a limited colour scheme (beige, black, and sometimes white) which made it seem like I was in an old movie. If I had the money, I would get the second chapter. I really like how they handled the chapter prices. Making the first chapter free was a neat idea as it can act as a little sampler for the people who aren't sure if it's a game they would get into. I think if you're going to split a game into chapters that's probably a good way to go, as long as the price of the other chapters isn't too out there.
So what if there was a story about enviromentalism that was told from the corporation's point of view?
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Lol! Mine was "It's RAAAW! You Dumb Fucker!" Oh Gordon, what would we do without you?
So I was looking at that Horror Network wiki place and I was thinking about posting one of my stories on there. However, I'm not sure what the guidelines are for posting stories on there. Is it the same as on the Creepypasta wiki or is it completely different? It says something about standards on the site rules but it doesn't list anything specific related to the actual standards. I couldn't even find a standards page.
"That reminds of a video that Terrible Writing Advice did- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rRTHhGVUHg" Funny enough, I actually got the idea from that particular video. If I do write this story, I'm going to have to do some serious research because enviromentalism is a more serious topic compared to topics seen in some of my other stories. The two major positive things that a corporation can bring when building on land is stimulate the local economy and bring jobs to the people of the surrounding area. Maybe the corporation can do their best to follow federal and local laws for building and the enviroment and whatnot. They might not be perfect but they're at least putting in the effort. Still waiting for a Terrible Writing Advice episode on Romance stories.
"Eli Cross" Is it bad that I read that as "Eli Roth" at first? If you don't know who Eli Roth is, he's basically the guy that made Cabin Fever, which included the line, "Ooh Faced!" Phelous made a review of both the original film and the remake.
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Couldn't think of a funny response title, sorry. But sure thing, lay it on me.
- Well, speaking of including timely (give or take a few days) Tim Curry references...
- But anyhow, I get exactly what you're talking about and I happen to share your viewpoint. The way some people misuse that term and apply it to almost anything that moderately perturbs them is very annoying. It's kind of like how some say, "Oh, I'm so OCD about that". They mean to say they are "neat freaks", but in actuality they're pointlessly trivializing and stereotyping a legitimate mental disorder. But anyways, regarding your potential clarification I think it's obvious it matters to you. I can see why it's important/why you would want to elucidate, so I say just go for it. Set those poopyheads straight!
- "We could have been so good together, we could have lived this dance forever..." 19:14, May 19, 2017 (UTC)
- Ha, no problem. Those poopyheads are really in trouble with you around. Take care.
Yeah, I really liked him (was an Audioslave, Soundgarden, and Temple of the Dog fan). Was tempted to add a foreword onto the anthology about it, but I think it's best to hold off there until everything comes to light and I can get a moment to collect myself and decide if addressing it is something necessary or if it's best left unsaid about a story written as more of a tribute. It's a shame it ended the way it did (apparent suicide). Apparently no one really had an inkling about what was going on. His wife said it's all come as a shock to her. I've been making sure to let people know how I love 'em in light of all this. It might not mean much, but it's still important to get out there. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 21:07, May 18, 2017 (UTC)
- Yeah, I cited Soundgarden as the main inspiration on my "inspiration" page a long time ago, but posting to the main article/story page probably doesn't hurt either. I'm gonna go off and have myself something to eat. Have a good one. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 22:02, May 18, 2017 (UTC)
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Whether or not the standards on The Horror Network wiki are the same as they are on the Creepypasta Wiki, I think they should have a link to a new standards page or the standards page on the Creepypasta wiki. That way, people know what the guidelines are for posting stories. They could post it on the home page and say something like, "If you wish to post a story on this wiki, these are the rules you should look at before doing so." and embed a link into the words "the rules".
So my next Haunting Hour review is ready to be uploaded tomorrow. I'm not sure If I'm doing anything tomorrow but if I end up not going anywhere, I'm going to try to work on either Sunny Hill Farms or the third episode of Johto Quest. For Sunny Hill Farms, I'm going to look at pictures of either abandoned farms or just farms in general to get some inspiration for the look of Sunny Hill Farms.
"What if the corporation is actually doing its best to be environmentally friendly, but someone starts a rumor that they're secretly doing terrible things, and so they get attacked for something they're not actually doing?" That's actually not a bad idea as it seems like something that could happen in real life.
Believe it or not, Phelous made his own version of a Cabin Fever remake using characters from Dingo Pictures films. It's actually quite funny and if you're interested in seeing it, [http:// https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jo6W1jWh-V0 click here]! There's also Old Man Reads Creepypasta.
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So my new Haunting Hour review is up and I recently did some more work on the Sunny Hill Farms pasta. I'm currently on the part where the protagonist comes across a job listing for the titular Sunny Hill Farms. Now after this part, I'm trying to decide between two options. One, have the protagonist read out the entire listing word for word or two, summarize it. I've looked at several Craigslist job posts to get an idea of how they're structured. The ones I've seem don't seem to include contact information in the actual post. I think this is because there might be a "contact the seller/poster" option somewhere on the page but it might be exclusive to the desktop version of the site.
I'm going to do some work on episode three of Johto Quest later tonight. However, I've come up with a couple of titles for the next episode. One of them is F.E.A.R of a Ratatta and the other is A Very Special Episode. So in Episode Four, two major things happen.
One, Emily goes to the Burned Tower to find the grandaughter of a random old man after she is promised Nanab Rhubarb pie as a reward. It turns out that the grandaughter owns a Ratatta named Joey that wears a Focus Sash and thinks it is her boyfriend. Not only that but her grandfather seems to be afraid of Ratatta, which is one of the things the title foreshadows. This title also references the "F.E.A.R" strategy, which basically stands for Focus Sash, Endeavor, Quick Attack, Ratatta. Bulbapedia has much more information on this topic if you're interested.
The other major plot point is Emily eating a Rare Candy and experiencing something similar to a drug trip. According to TV Tropes, the term "Very Special Episode" means, "An episode, often in a sitcom, in which the lead confronts some highly emotional or forbidden issue from everyday life." One of the topics that these types of episode might focus on is drug use. These types of episodes were quite popular in the 1980's from what I understand.
So as I was looking at run down farms, I suddenly remembered that Phelous uploaded an Urban Exploration video where he and I think a couple of other people explored an abandoned farm. I'm going to watch it soon as I think it might help me even more with finding inspiration for the look of Sunny Hill Farms.
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It's okay. You're completely right in saying people like him aren't worth the effort. He really did deserve the ban and I can't imagine what made him think dark font and writing in Russian would hide his nonsense. A not-exactly-sophisticated approach ChristianWallis (talk) 08:18, May 22, 2017 (UTC)
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I've been dying to see the G.O.T.G sequel. I think it might be out in theatres right now but I could be wrong.
I found this strange video that closely replicates an LSD trip. I thought it was rather good and I think it might serve as inspiration for part of Emily's Rare Candy trip. Here's the video: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UtbCY98Gn8)
So I've been doing some more work on the third episode of Johto Quest. Here's the latest part:
("Eddy!" Emily yelled. Unfortunately, Eddy didn't seem to hear her and continued to roll around on the floor. Emily shouted his name again and he stopped rolling almost immediately after. He then skipped over to her and bleated. She asked him if he was ready to face Morty and he nodded happily. They walked away from the wooden box and made their way towards the entrance. Before they could leave however, Miki spotted them.
"Hey! Are those my son's old clothes?" said Miki.
"Yeah! Kuni gave them to me!" Emily replied.
"I see. You know, I've been thinking. Why don't we have a battle?" asked Miki. Just then, Kuni snuck up behind Miki and shouted, "Boo!" Everyone but Kuni yelped and jumped at least a foot in the air.
"So what's this I hear about a battle?" Kuni asked.)
I added another rule to my vampire rule list. It's something like this:
(* Vampires claim that the taste of a victim's blood varies depending on their country of origin, though a hint of a metallic taste is present across the board. For example, if the victim is American, their blood will taste like chocolate covered pretzels.)
Hi there Raidra, how are you doing? I hope all is well with your mother and yourself! Luigifan100 14:53, May 24, 2017 (UTC)
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So one of my ideas for this episode was to reveal that Miki and Kuni are actually a couple. I added this line as one of the clues to that: (Kuni laughed and quickly kissed Miki on the cheek.) Another clue might be another piece of dialogue where Miki tells Kuni that their son would've been proud of her, despite the fact that she lost to Emily. I think I might've mentioned something about this to you a long time ago but I could be wrong.
Speaking of that, this is how Emily and Eddy react to the kiss: (Emily and Eddy didn't respond as their eyes were bugged out and their mouths hung open.)
So I have a Pokemon theory. So you know how Team Rocket keeps losing to a kid in the Kanto and Johto games? Well, my theory as to why this happens is because of most of the members are drunk (save for Giovanni and Ariana who are quite stubborn). This also explains why most members use rats and bats.
To be honest, I have no idea how the whole "Vampires Hate Garlic" thing came to be. My best guess is that it was like some person came up with a very good marketing campaign to convince the public that vampires hated garlic in an effort to sell more of the stuff. In my vampire lore, I think vampires might not think Italian blood is that bad as they don't seem to have a weakness to garlic.
I added something to Jasmine's character sheet: (Jasmine seems to be quite wealthy as she is able to afford importing clusters of a specific tree species from Alola, which is quite expensive to do, that Bugsy thinks will heal breathing disorders in confined spaces in order to help her friend Bugsy prior to the events of Johto Quest.)
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So I'm finished with the first act of Sunny Hill Farms. Here's what I have: (https://pastebin.com/MkwLXnKs) I might make the actual story into a Google Docs file so I can edit it on any device with access to either the Google Docs site or the Google Docs app.
I have an idea for the gym battles in Johto Quest. So most gym leaders in Johto Quest have created something called House Rules. In the series, these rules are a recent addition and have been created to make gym battles more interesting. For example, some gym leaders may limit the use of certain types of items (such as Potions) or ban certain types of moves (i.e Status moves likes Agility or Screech). Some gym leaders may disallow certain types of Pokemon (i.e dog like Pokemon) due to reasons such as allergies. In the case of Bugsy, the only house rule he sets is that challengers cannot use dog like Pokemon (such as Houndour) due to his allergies. Before each gym battle, the referee will go over the house rules (if there are any) with each party.
I made a couple of changes to the home page of my website. Instead of plain text with underlines for each section, I made images using a website called Textcraft to make different styled text for each section. I did this to give the website a bit more visual flare.
I've read the interview that you sent me and I'm not convinced that the Rare Candy would taste awful. I think it would taste like a sour Jolly Rancher because the candy is said to be packed with energy and maybe that energy comes from its super sour and sugary taste.
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I think the stomachache would occur after the Rare Candy's effects wore off. "That reminds me of a Sesame Street counting book from my childhood. One of the numbers (I want to say number 7) had a smiling guy hungrily looking at several milkshakes. When you pulled the tab the glasses became empty and the guy's face turned green and sickly. That's a combination math lesson and life lesson right there." Good Ol' Sesame Street does it again. I swear Sesame Street is so good at stuff like this.
So I recently dug up an old story of mine on my phone. It's called The Great Task and I'm not going to spoil the plot but it's a short story that relates to a chosen one. Here's the story: (https://pastebin.com/k3cZtwp4)
So I decided that Clair's ace Pokemon would be a Gyarados named Skullkraken. Now this isn't a name I came up with myself. This is actually Gyarados' beta name. The reason why the name was change, at least to my knowledge, is that the name Skullkraken had too many characters for the Red and Blue engine to handle.
I also decided to name Bugsy's ace Pokemon (Scyther) Tracy because Tracy had an elderly Scyther.
I did some more work on Johto Quest and I think you're going to like the latest addition. Here it is: (https://pastebin.com/x8gi23en)
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I think Emily might've picked up some of that behaviour from Miki. Either that or it's a sign that Emily is becoming braver/happier.
I recently did a bit more research and found out that from the first generation all the way up to the fifth generation, Western languages (such as English) had a ten character limit while the Japanese and Korean character limit was five. So it could've fit in the ten character limit as there are ten characters in its name (Skull is four characters while Kraken is six). So now that this theory has been debunked, I guess it time to do more research on the subject. Before I forget, my talk page is getting close to fifty messages, which means that it's going to need archiving soon.
So tonight, I'll start on act two of Sunny Hill Farms. The start of act two has the protagonist (James) getting ready to go to Sunny Hill Farms. I'll add in a detail where he says he packed a steak knife for protection as that was the closest thing he had to a pocket knife at the time.
How is the Horror Network Wiki coming along? Are they making any progress with the site's setup?
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So Terrible Writing Advice uploaded a new video. The subject in this video is on War Stories. I won't spoil anything if you haven't seen it yet but basically he mentions something about a love triangle. Still waiting for "ROMANCE STORIES - Terrible Writing Advice".
What are your thoughts on Yo-Kai Watch? I ask this because the series has been growing on me now that I've played the Fleshy Souls/Bony Spirits demo at least a few times. I think my favorite character is Komasan because it reminds me a bit of Osaka from Azumanga Daioh (He even has the southern accent in the English dub of the anime). I wanted to work on Sunny Hill Farms last night but I was too tired. Hopefully I should be able to work on it tonight.
Also, I've written up some concepts for Johto Quest that were based on scrapped ideas. One of them is based on the original Poke Ball back when Pokemon was called Pocket Monsters. The other is based on the Magnet Train's original location (Ecruteak City).
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I'm surprised that the words "Triggered Generation" haven't become more popular with people who like to criticize the current generation. Seriously? No one has thought of these words besides me? Oh well. Maybe it will become more viral in the future.
For me, if I were to compare the Yo-kai Watch series with another existing series, I think I would compare it to Shin Migami Tensei. If you look at this article on Yo-kai Watch and this article on Shin Migami Tensei, you'll notice quite a few similarites between the two franchises.
While browsing the internet, I found this poem called "We're Going on a Bear Hunt" and once I found it, I was hit with a blast of nostalgia because they used to play this song frequently back when I was in pre-school.
Lol Mango region! One of Auto-Correct's many gems!
By the way, my talk page needs to be archived as it's getting close to 50 messages.
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Thank you for archiving my talk page. Every time I tried to do that, something always seems to go wrong. Maybe it's a sign that I was never meant to be an archiver.
So I decided to make the actual Sunny Hill Farms story into a Google Docs file. If you want the link to it, let me know. Speaking of Sunny Hill Farms, I started writing the beginning of the second act. Here's what I have so far:
(The next day, I woke up at around nine forty five in the morning and got ready for work. After I got dressed, I took my lunch bag containing some soda and a ham sandwich from the fridge. Before I headed out the door, I decided to grab a steak knife from one of the drawers and place it inside a small plastic knife cover. It wasn't much but it was the closest thing I had to a weapon and I figured it was a smart idea to bring something to defend myself with. Anyway, I slipped the knife into my pocket and left the house.
When I got outside, I went in the backyard and opened up the shed to retrieve my bike. Once I did so, I locked up the shed and walked my bike over to the open gate leading to the front yard. After I shut the gate, I zipped down the driveway and made my way onto the quiet street.)
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Speaking of preview, I think Trump should've looked before he posted yesterday. From what I understand, he made the following tweet:
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe". To make a long story short, the internet went crazy trying to figure out not only what the word "covfefe" meant but also why the tweet went unfinished. Theories consist of he died and was replaced by a robot, he was involved in some sort of attack, and his wife or bodyguards slapped the phone out of his hand. If I'm being honest, the word "covfefe" sounds hilarious.
I haven't heard from Doom in a long time. Is he okay?
So Yo-Kai Watch 2: Psychic Specters is coming out in the fall. I think I might want to buy it for Christmas if I think the game is good enough. I've been waiting for the third game to be localized but so far, I haven't heard anything on that front.
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Well that's good to hear. For a second, I thought he got kidnapped by The Covfefe Squad (that word will never not be funny).
So I did some more work on the third Pokemon: Johto Quest Episode. I'm at the part where Kuni and Emily begin to battle. Here's what I have so far: (https://pastebin.com/AKs0LTst) Now I'm trying to figure out which move Emily should use first. Eddy knows the following moves: (Tackle, Growl, Thundershock). My story outline says Thundershock but now that I think about it, I'm a bit indecisive.
So I recently watched Jwittz's Fake Poke Balls video and after I watched it, I decided to write up some concept sheets. I liked a few of his Poke Ball ideas (i.e Battle Ball, Ancient Ball, etc) and decided to modify them/flesh them out. The three that stood out to me were the Battle Ball, one inspired by the diamond encrusted Poke Ball from the anime, and the Dawn Ball.
Concept Sheet for Battle Ball: (https://pastebin.com/1RETrY3X)
Concept Sheet for Glamour Ball: (https://pastebin.com/ac7N72jp)
Concept Sheet for Dawn Ball: (https://pastebin.com/ZVuQvxGx)
I think the ball that's most likely to be prominently featured in Johto Quest is the Dawn Ball, as it is finished by the time Emily is in Azalea Town, which is where Kurt currently lives. I feel like Kurt deserves some more love because I enjoy the idea of custom made Poke Balls. However, in the actual Pokemon canon, he doesn't seem to be very good at his job, as Jwittz shows in his worst Poke Balls video. Fair warning, this video is from 2013 so it's a bit old.
I came up with a few balls of my own. Here are some concept sheets for a couple of them:
Concept Sheet for Slacker Ball: (https://pastebin.com/z8Z4GGLa)
Concept Sheet for Rage Ball: (https://pastebin.com/Z4Pf9Aer)Yesterday, I went to the zoo with my family, specifically my mom, brother, uncle, and younger cousin. I managed to snap a few photos while I was there. One of my favorites is a picture of a seal looking directly at the camera.
We took a few photos with some guys in mascot costumes who were there for a special event at the zoo. I'm not sure if I told you this but I kind of have a fear of suit based costumes. I think it's most prominent in this photo.
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So I fixed the links for the concept sheets. It turns out that most of the links had some excess junk in them that prevented them from working. If you try them now, you should be able to access them without an issue. I think the reason why they haven't created a lot of new balls in recent years is because they might be afraid of creative burnout in that department.
"...but they probably have the equivalent of Zoobooks..." Oh my god! I remember Zoobooks! I remember wanting a few of them when I was a kid, though I did get to read a few of them in school since the classroom library was stocked with a handful of them. I also remember the commerical for them as well. From what some of the comments say, the inclusion of the tiger poster in the TV order was a lie. There are also comments that quote the whole commerical for some reason.
I also remember Easy Bake Oven. I used to have one as a kid but I don't think I ever used it because my mom forbid its use. This is because she didn't want the house to get burned down. This leads me to a possibilitiy as to why she might've done this. The Easy Bake Oven I owned (which was a newer model at the time), was probably defective but she never got around to returning it. I also remember one of the bedroom TVs exploding right in front of me when I was watching a train movie on it as a kid.
I hate to ask but... is there another way I can get in contact with Doom? Because there's something I want to discuss with him relating to my stories and whatnot.
Sometimes, mascot costumes can be rather cute, as seen in this photo. Other times, they can be horrifying as hell like this one. I'm not exactly sure who or what both mascots are supposed to be but I'm going to take my best guess. The one on the left might be a character from a Japanese children's show and the other might either be a horrifying easter chick costume or a bootleg version of Big Bird from Sesame Street.
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"Years ago there was an incident in which some woman excused one of the Three Little Pigs (at one of the Disney Parks) of groping her. However, it turned out that the costume did not have workable arms or movable hands (The arms were just hard plastic stubs ending in hooves)." I heard a story that was similar to this. However, the accused person wore a Winnie the Pooh costume. Maybe this is some sort of urban legend that has slight changes to it depending on the person telling the story.
I'm surprised the Zoobooks commercial hasn't become a meme similar to Bee Movie. For example, there should be a video titled "The Zoobooks Commercial but it's Flipped Turned Upside Down" or "The Zoobooks Commercial but Every Time The Announcer says 'Zoobooks', It Gets 25% Faster".
So I did some more work on Sunny Hill Farms. Here's what I added:
(When I got outside, I went in the backyard and opened up the shed to retrieve my bike. Once I did so, I locked up the shed and walked my bike over to the open gate leading to the front yard. After I shut the gate, I zipped down the driveway and made my way onto the quiet street. While riding my bike, I could feel a rush of cold air sweeping across my face. Because it was somewhat humid that day, the breeze felt rather refreshing and it brought a smile to my face.
Eventually, I saw a small square sign in the distance. When I got closer, I noticed that it was attached to the top of a metal pole. The sign itself was made of wood and covered in bluish green paint. It seemed like it was here for some time as I noticed that the paint was chipping in certain spots and the gold coloured lettering that read “Sunny Hill Farms” was a bit dirty. When I saw that the sign was for Sunny Hill Farms, I turned onto a dirt path next to the sign and stopped. I got off of my bike and took out my phone. I turned it on and saw that the screen said “9:48am”.)
There was a male counterpart to the Easy Bake Oven called Creepy Crawlers. It functions like the E.B.O except it made inedible jelly bugs instead of food. The Nostalgia Critic featured it in one of his Commercials reviews. The best quote of his that sums up the toy is, "We couldn't eat ours... and live!"
I created an image that I might use in the Sunny Hill Farms story. It's a screenshot of the Craigslist post for Sunny Hill Farms. I have two versions. One that has all of the sensitive information in tact and another with the sensitive information blacked out. The post is actually a screenshot of the preview for the job listing. In other words, I didn't post it for real since it cost actual money to post job offers on Craigslist.
Here's the blacked out version: (http://imgur.com/a/nEBWf)
I can send you the original version via email if you want, as the original contains an email address, phone number, and map. They aren't real but someone might try and use the email address or phone number to see if it's real. Basically, no one wants a repeat of this incident from years ago should the email address or phone number turn out to be used by real places: (https://patch.com/new-jersey/longbranch/horror-games-fictional-pizzeria-wreaks-havoc-real-life-freddies)
I recently came across this website called yokai.com. It's basically like Wikipedia (except without the 'anyone can edit articles' feature) but it's solely dedicated to Yokai.
Here's the link to the site: (http://yokai.com/)
Cute Video Game Joke: Why does Gannon hate the internet? Because it contains a lot of links!
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(https://m.imgur.com/sH3A5lW) Pictured: Raidra's younger years.
So I sent an email to Doom today. I'm not sure how active his email address is though so I don't know if I'll get a response or not. I'll give it about a few days to see what happens.
Wait. The Disney character stories were actual urban legends? Holy shit! I got it right on my first guess! Speaking of Snopes, I found this article about a character named Trump from a 1950's TV series that wanted to build a wall. Turns out that this is true. Article can be seen here: (http://www.snopes.com/trackdown-trump-character-wall/)
So I went back and tried making the bike part a bit shorter and added a new part as well. Here's my attempt at fixing it:
(When I got outside, I went to the shed in the backyard to retrieve my bike. Once I did so, I locked up the shed and zipped down the driveway, making my way onto the quiet street a short time afterwards. While riding my bike, I could feel a rush of cold air sweeping across my face. Because it was somewhat humid that day, the breeze felt rather refreshing and it brought a smile to my face.
Eventually, I saw a small square sign in the distance. When I got closer, I noticed that it was attached to the top of a metal pole. The sign itself was made of wood and smothered in bluish green paint. It seemed like it was there for some time as I noticed that the paint was chipping in certain spots and the gold coloured lettering that read “Sunny Hill Farms” was slightly covered up by mud. When I saw that the sign was for Sunny Hill Farms, I merged onto a dirt path next to the sign and stopped. I got off of my bike and took out my phone. I turned it on and saw that the screen said “9:48am”. I decided to walk my bike over to a large metal milk jug and secure the bike to it using a small iron chain. Since I was kind of early, I wanted to explore a bit of the area to see what condition it was in.
After I locked up my bike, I wandered further up the dirt path and soon found myself...)
After the three dots, James will find himself in an area that looks rather neglected. For example, there's long wild grass growing and rusty junk like the bed of a pickup truck and a few other things. James sees this as suspicious and decides to call Becky to discuss his concerns. For the junk, she explains that her brother was supposed to bring his flatbed to haul it away last week but he hasn't returned her calls. I'm currently looking at pictures of abandoned farms to get inspiration for this scene. I also plan on watching some urban exploration videos on farms.
By the way, in the Sunny Hill Farms Doc file, I changed the text colour to orange and the page colour to black. Since it's a spooky story, I thought it would be a fitting colour scheme to have. To change the page colour in Docs, go to page set up and click page colour. Though before you do that, change the text colour first so you don't have to highlight all the text just to see it if you choose a dark page colour.
You know what I just realized? Very few of my stories both published and in-the-works have a protagonist that gets a name. I think I might've done this subconsciously as a lot Creepypastas I've read don't have a protagonist with a name. It's not a bad thing but it's something that's surprisingly common and I don't know why.
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Speaking of buried vehicles, I remember an episode of Married with Children where the Bundy family buries their car and has a funeral for it.
I've been doing more work on the third episode of Johto Quest. I'm at the part where Kuni and Emily battle, specifically the part where Eddy dodges Vincent's Hyper Beam. Believe it or not, Vaporeon can learn Hyper Beam and Dig via TM. Not only that but Wooper can learn Ice Punch despite the fact that it has no arms. I have two theories as to why this is. You see, Wooper's forehead is not a forehead at all but rather a secret fist. There's also the fact that Wooler's evolution has arms so maybe it knows about this?
Anyway, here's the battle part: (https://pastebin.com/nThaaS2q)
After this part, I plan on having Emily commanding Eddy to use Thundershock while Vincent is recovering from using Hyper Beam. After the attack, Vincent will be at low health and Kuni will tell him to use Surf. Emily and Eddy dodge the huge wave that Vincent creates and jump into Miki's lap with Emily jumping into Eddy's wool and making a comment about how roomy it is in there. They won't be near Miki for very long as she will playfully throw them back onto the stage.
When the protagonist's name isn't revealed, their gender is left a mystery unless specific details such as "The dude with the vulture eye keeps looking at my breasts! Ugh. What a loser!" or "I went bare chested," are brought up in the story. Now that you mention Poe, I do recall the protagonist of The Tell Tale Heart being left nameless. On a side note, Christopher Lee did a reading of this story.
Here it is: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aeZrRENgXmY&app=desktop)
So Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon have been announced. I think they're going to act as either sequels to Sun and Moon or act as a third version. I think the former is more likely since they haven't made a third version of a Pokemon game since Platinum. I also think that Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are working titles that might get changed later in development.
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I couldn't choose between these two titles so I just decided to use both for this message.
The second I hear thunder, I turn off my computer so it doesn't get fried if the power goes out. I also cower underneath the covers but that's another story. Lately, there's been a ten day gap between Doom's messages. Then again, he has had a lot on his plate so I won't hold it against him.
So... Crystal Pepsi. At first, I thought it was a thing the Cinema Snob made up. However, I did some more research and I found out that it is/was a real thing. The product was discontinued in late 1993/early 1994, though there have been re-releases of it from time to time. It's basically a clear type of soda that was created during the whole "Clear = Pure" fad of the early 1990's. I've never consumed the product before (Coke for life, yo!) But from what I've seen, it tastes like Sprite but without the lemon lime flavour. There was even a Creepypasta with Crystal Pepsi in the title, though the drink itself plays a minor role in the story.
Link to pasta: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWLGysLYrX4) By the way, Creep's voice is quite relaxing for me. If he were to do an ASMR video, that would be the shizzle (Outdated slang for the win!) I also think his voice has the ability to make even the worst stories a bit more bearable.
Wooper is absolutely adorable. I mean, he's in the number one spot of my favorite Pokemon list. Mareep comes a close second. You know what's interesting? It seems that quite a few people think that animals who they don't know the gender of are male. I think this is why Emily gives her Mareep a male name despite it having pink wool. I'm not really sure why this phenomenon occurs.
I found this little duck video on Twitter. Here it is: (https://mobile.twitter.com/zboah/status/872611601786040320/video/1) This video right here proves why ducks are better than geese.
Also, here's some Creepypasta material for you: (https://m.imgur.com/ef8EtiR)
There is this image I've been wanting to send you but I haven't gotten around to it for some reason. Here it is: (https://m.imgur.com/a/4u1bc)
I've sifted through a few images of run down farms so far and I noticed that a common junk item was pickup trucks. Specifically ones from the 1940's or 50's. I'll look through some more images tomorrow.
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That's okay. We all have our sick days. I wasn't expecting a message until tonight anyway.
So I've done a bit more work on the Sunny Hill Farms story. I'm currently at the part where James goes down to the farm house. Here's what I've got:
(After I locked up my bike, I wandered further up the dirt path and soon found myself in an area with a large cornfield in the distance. There was a two story house that was in desperate need of a paint job on one side of the field and a large steel building on the other. A good chunk of the area, save for the cornfield, seemed to be covered in knee high grass, which gently swayed in the dry breeze. There was also a few pieces of junk scattered about. The most memorable piece was a 1950’s pickup truck that was overtaken by rust and submerged halfway into the ground. After observing my surroundings, the inside of my stomach felt hollow and my heartbeat started to speed up a bit.
I thought that this couldn't possibly be the place, as it looked like no lived there for a long time. Not only that, but on the map in the post, it looked a lot nicer. I got out my phone and selected the farm’s hotline from my recent calls list. A couple of moments later, I heard Becky’s voice on the other line and I expressed my concerns about the farm’s appearance. Becky explained that she called her brother and asked him to bring some special equipment to deal with the grass but hadn’t received a reply. She then told me to go down to her house near the cornfield so we could meet and discuss what I would be doing for the day. After that, I hung up and traversed through the unkempt grass, as I didn't see any clean path leading to the house.)
I've used Google maps quite a few times and in some of the locations I've looked up, they didn't always have the most up to date pictures. Sometimes, Google Maps comes out with disturbing images.
I've also done some work on the Johto Quest episode. Here's the latest part: (https://pastebin.com/zQhG7C3r)
I have grown to like the Viva Pinata soundtrack lately. If I'm being honest, I think it's one of Rare's best soundtracks due to how relaxing a lot of the music is. Link to OST: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_7nRrnNjTs)
"I didn't like the story (I think the cans of Crystal Pepsi from 1993-94 would be less stale than the ending was)..." So I guess the real title of the story should be, "I Shouldn't Have Read The Crystal Pepsi Pasta." Though for me, I was kind of liking the story up until the end of the third act. Up until that point, there wasn't anything in it that I thought was horrible. I think that the beginning and ending of a story are some of the most important parts to get right because it can either make or break your story. I think that's one of the reasons why these parts can be difficult to write as well.
So apparently, the author of The Oz Series (Frank L. Baum) had some unpublished stuff. I found an article about it on the Lost Media Wiki website. As of now, the stuff seems to be lost. Here's the article: 
I also found an article about a lost Raggedy Ann play. You can click this link for more information about it: 
Hi friend, I am doing well, I've been quite busier than usual. I hope everything is going well with you and your mother! How have you been? Luigifan100 03:58, June 11, 2017 (UTC)
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The whole "Parents Don't Believe The Protagonist" trope is a common thing in Goosebumps stories. However, it works a bit better there because the thing the protagonist is talking about (i.e a monster or other supernatural happening) may seem a lot less plausible to the parents than an injury (which can clearly be seen by the way) caused by someone that the family knows.
I think there are as couple of ways to include dark material in children's media and get away with it. One way is to have the dark material be made subtle. For example, in an infamous scene in Disney's Bambi, the mother of the title character dies. However, you don't see her die and the only clues the film gives to her death is the sound of a gunshot and Bambi's dad saying that she can no longer be with them.
Another way is to balance the dark stuff with some more light hearted content. A couple of examples that I can think of are A Christmas Carol and Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame. With the latter, you have a lot of dark material coming from Frollo but you also have an optimistic main character, some (horrible) comic relief, and a few other light hearted things.
So in a couple of my stories, Coke the preferred drink of the main character. I did this for a couple of reasons. One, Coke is a better tasting product overall. Two, they haven't made any blunders like this: (https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidvinjamuri/2017/04/06/pepsis-mistake-with-kendall-jenner-ad-keep-it-real/#61a817cc6e3a) in recent years (we don't talk about New Coke).
Sometimes when I travel through tall grass, it feels like bugs are biting the unprotected skin regardless if the grass has actual bugs on it or not. I don't think it's an allergy because there would be red marks and it would be a lot more itchy. However, my skin only feels moderately itchy when going through tall grass.
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Want to know something? In the first Home Alone movie, Fuller drinks Pepsi. In the sequel however, Fuller drinks Coke. I think that in-between films, Fuller went through an epic arc and realized that Coke is better by the time the events of the sequel ensued. Also, Donald Trump was in the sequel for one scene. Weird. Speaking of Trump, I have a conspiracy theory about him. What if he's acting the way he is and making crazy decisions because he has some sort of mental disorder that the government is trying to cover up? I mean, that would probably be the most logical explanation for all of this.
So apparently, someone was inspired by the "Full House Without Michelle" series because there's a video called "Home Alone 2 Minus Kevin". I won't spoil it too much but I'll give you the link to it. There's also Home Alone Minus Kevin and Home Alone 3 Minus Alex. Here are the links to the videos:
Link to Home Alone Minus Kevin: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIlz4ZJUcTU)
Link to Home Alone 2 Minus Kevin: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-RYdj-kIRw)
Link to Home Alone 3 Minus Alex: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQOyzCZvUAQ)
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So I was skimming through your Random Scary Movie Thoughts and I found three that were interesting.
This is the first one: "I don't like most horror movie previews nowadays because everything is so fast and dark that you can't make out anything. That's not a good sign. It reminds me of the episode of Doug in which they finally showed the scary movie monster, and you could see the zipper on the lousy costume."
In the Disney version of 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea, the scene with the squid was originally shot during the day. However, Disney didn't like this idea as he felt that the squid looked too fake in this lighting. Because of this, the squid scene was filmed in a storm to make the scene more dramatic and to hide the technicals a bit better. However, they did it in a way where you could still see what was going on. I think this may be one of the first films to use this idea. In case you're wondering, I got this information from Doug Walker's Disneycember review of the film.
This is the second one: "If the plot of a horror movie sounds like a spoof on Saturday Night Live or in MAD magazine, then the odds are good that it will be a flop or a cult favorite (possibly both)."
I think this rings true. I also think it applies to ridiculous movie titles like The Bye Bye Man that are supposed to be taken seriously. Speaking of The Bye Bye Man, when I think of this title, I felt like the movie was going to be about an American stumbling upon a weird DVD of a film about the titular character and due to the lack of subtitles and seemingly questionable content, becomes so disturbed by it, that they are unable to stop watching. In a twist ending we find out that The Bye Bye Man is actually a character who teaches children about death and how to cope with it. Not only that but we also find out that the show originates from a country who has different ideas about how to handle death than America.
And here's the third one: "There are previews for horror movies and TV shows saying things like, "This was a sex game gone wrong!" or "A sexual tryst goes horribly wrong!" Has sex ever gone right in a horror story?"
First, I thought that the word "tryst" was a grammar error but then I found out it was an actual word. Second, I wouldn't be surprised if the title of horror films/shows that have these types of previews is SEX GAME! (GONE WRONG) (GONE SEXUAL)(IN THE HOOD)(ALMOST DIED).
So I've done a bit more work on Sunny Hill Farms. I'm at the part where James kncoks on the door and Becky answers it. Here's what I got:
(I didn’t think this could possibly be the place, as it looked like no lived there for a long time. Not only that, but on the map in the post, it looked a lot nicer. I got out my phone and selected the farm’s hotline from my recent calls list. A couple of moments later, I heard Becky’s voice on the other line and I expressed my concerns about the farm’s appearance. Becky explained that she called her brother and asked him to bring some special equipment to deal with the grass but hadn’t received a reply. She then told me to go down to her house near the cornfield so we could meet and discuss what I would be doing for the day. After that, I hung up and traversed through the neglected grass, as I didn't see any clean path leading there.
When I got to the front door of the house, I knocked on it at least three times and waited for a little bit. The door soon creaked open as a tall, muscular woman emerged from behind it.)
Beyond tall and muscular, I'm trying to imagine what Becky looks like. One of the details I've worked out is that she is in her late fifties but rather than just out right say it, I'm going to describe what that looks like. From what I've researched, people in this age range have wrinkles but they aren't over the top. Their hair also starts to become more grey, though this change seems to be less pronounced in women. Aside from that, I'm stuck though this might be sufficent enough to get the point across. I also think that Roy (Becky's husband) should walk with a slight limp. This could let the reader speculate as to why he walks like that. For example, the reader might think that he could've gotten into an accident while working on the farm or got an injury from serving in the army. There won't be a clear cut answer to this question however, as both sides have evidence to support them.
So ralphthemoviemaker recently uploaded a video about his childhood trama, specifically his childhood fear of Barney the Dinosaur. It's really hilarious and he gives the show a savage critique. It's also quite disturbing too.
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I can't believe it but someone actually made a funny video out of not one but three Zoobooks commericals. Here's the video: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liXHVceGXfc)
"I used to know someone (a teenager/young adult) who was afraid of Teletubbies. She explained, "It's just something about their eyes!" When I was a kid, I remember being a bit scared of Teletubbies. I don't know why but there was just something unsettling about them.
Kirk Douglas is 100? That's quite sureal. It's almost as sureal as finding out that June Foray (the voice actor for Rocky the Flying Squirrel, Lucifer from Disney's Cinderella, Cindy Lou Who, Jokey Smurf, Granny from the Warner Bros. cartoons directed by Friz Freleng, Grammi Gummi from Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears series, and Magica De Spell, among many others) is actually 99 years old. If celebrities keep this up, there's going be a bunch of articles with titles like "X Celebrity Uses this Formula to Live for Almost a Century! Doctors Hate Them!"
I'm starting to think Doom didn't get my email. I'll give him two more days and after that, I'll send him another email.
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I got the description for Becky sorted out. Here's what I have:
(When I got to the front door of the house, I knocked on it at least three times and waited for a little bit. The door soon creaked open as a tall, muscular woman emerged from behind it. Upon closer inspection, I noticed that she had blonde hair with subtle streaks of grey in a few places. Her skin was golden brown and it seemed like she had a few wrinkles running across her forehead. She wore a somewhat ratty looking flannel shirt and faded denim jeans.)
The next thing I want to have happen in the story is this:
("Hi, are you Becky Miller?" I asked. "Yup, that's me! Come on in," Becky jovially replied.) What do you think of this decision?
Today I went to see Guardians of The Galaxy Volume 2 with my brother. My brother isn't exactly a fan of Marvel (he's more of a DC guy) but there were a few things about the movie he really liked, though his final score was a 6.5/10 while mine was a 7/10. I'm not sure if you've seen the movie yet so I won't spoil anything for you. There was another film that I wanted to see called It Comes at Night, which is a horror film that's been getting some good reviews, but it started at 2:30pm and we left later since G.OT.G 2 started at 3:55pm and I think that was a film that both of us would enjoy a lot more. Besides, I might wait until that film comes to the local budget theatre anyway or wait until it comes out on Blu-Ray.
For me, I set it so that the wiki doesn't notify me via email when I recieve a new message on my talk page. I did this because I didn't want to clutter up my inbox too much. Tomorrow, I'm going to try sending him a message via his talk page and see if I get a reply. For all I know, he could just be busy but I honestly don't know. I've never heard of the "writeme" type email addresses so I'm not sure how good they are at receiving messages.
When I was about ten years old, I was a huge fan of Naruto and I used to joke that Orochimaru looked like Micheal Jackson. I mean, if you compare an image of modern Micheal Jackson to an image of Orochimaru, you might see some similarities.
On the Zoobilee Zoo image, I could only correctly figure out that one of the characters is a fox. The rest are a bit more difficult for me to figure out. One of them might be a bear and another might be a beaver. I couldn't correctly figure out what the rest of the cast was supposed to look like though. Speaking of this show, it kind of reminds me of the 1985 TV adaptation of Alice in Wonderland. Like Z.Z, it was live action and had people dress up as weird creatures. Some of the casting was quite surreal though like having Ringo Starr as the Mock Turtle and Sammy Davis, Jr. as The Caterpillar/Father William. I swear, it sounds like something out of a fever dream! But I assure you it's real.
So the Haunting Hour episode I watched this week was a lot harder to get through than the last one. I won't spoil it for you but basically it was due to a major element in the episode.
Ooooh I see! Sorry to hear your mother was feeling a bit under the weather and that hot soda sounds delicious! I'm actually feeling a bit sick at the moment, so I will try it out sometime! I was also playing Super Mario 64 DS, and I'm currently playing as the superior brother: LUIGI !!!
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Lol! Can you give me a link to the "Scared of Tool Sheds" story you're talking about? I gotta see the stuff leading up to that line! I mean, this scene could've actually worked if there were bees in the shed because bees that are indoors are almost always scary. So I sent Doom a message on his talk page. I'm not sure if he will respond to it but I'll have to wait and see. I'm particularly eagar to hear back from him because I'm stuck on writing one of my plot outlines for one of my stories and I think the outline was something he was really interested in.
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So I added a new part to the Sunny Hill Farms story. Here's what I'm talking about:
("Hi, are you Becky Miller?" I asked.
"Yup, that's me! Come on in," Becky jovially replied. She then stepped out of the way and I entered the house. She closed the door behind me and told me to follow her into the kitchen. Once we got there, I walked over to the fridge and put my lunch bag inside. Becky then motioned for me to join her at the kitchen table. As I sat down, Becky turned her head and said in a loud voice,
“Roy! The new guy is here!” )
Well, that story you linked me to was definetly... something. I think my issues with the story is that the ending doesn't pack much of a punch and that the tool shed scene was not graphic enough to realistically warrant the protagonist's reaction. This isn't a bad thing with the story but I've noticed that it uses the word "goosebumps" a few times. Apparently, the word is North-American slang for "goosepimples". I then looked up the definition of goosepimples and Google said the following about it: "The pimples that form gooseflesh." After that, I looked up the word "gooseflesh" and found out the word's origin came from the early 19th century. The reason behind the word goes as follows: "So named because the skin resembles that of a plucked goose." So, you could call this little adventure "Three to Four Degrees of Goosebumps".
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So I made a correction to the Sunny Hill Farms story that addresses the concern you brought up. Here's how I fixed it:
(When I got to the front door of the house, I saw a sign in the center of it that said, “Main Building”. I knocked on the door at least three times and waited for a little bit. The door soon creaked open as a tall, muscular woman emerged from behind it. Upon closer inspection, I noticed that she had blonde hair with subtle streaks of grey in a few places. Her skin was golden brown and it seemed like she had a few wrinkles running across her forehead. She wore a somewhat ratty looking flannel shirt and faded denim jeans.)
I also added a new part to the story. Here you go:
("Hi, are you Becky Miller?" I asked.
"Yup, that's me! Come on in," Becky jovially replied. She then stepped out of the way and I entered the house. She closed the door behind me and told me to follow her into the kitchen. Once we got there, I walked over to the fridge and put my lunch bag inside. Becky then motioned for me to join her at the kitchen table. As I sat down, Becky turned her head and said in a loud voice,
“Roy! The new guy is here!” All of a sudden, I could hear the sound of heavy footsteps gradually making their way down a flight of stairs, which was only a few feet away from the kitchen.) Now I'm trying to figure out how to transition from the last sentence to the next which involves the reveal of Roy. However, I seem to be stuck. If you have any suggestions, let me know.
Sure! I would love to here the story of the edits. I would be a creepier Creepypasta than the pasta you showed me yesterday.
(One guy replied, "John Lennon's Cold Turkey, I'm an native-spanish speaker, so I tought he sang about a cold bird.") Lol! That quote alone made my day!
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There are many pieces of media that one may initially think are fever dreams. For example, The Electric Piper is an animated film that's a retelling of the Pied Piper set in the 1960's with Wayne Brady as the voice of Sly the Piper. Pretty trippy right? Well, this is an actual film that was found not that long ago.
I added a new part to the third episode of Johto Quest. Here it is:
("Wow! It's so roomy in here!" Emily said excitedly. Once the wave crashed against the left stage wall, Miki stood up and effortlessly lifted Eddy over her head. She then hurled him towards the soggy stage and said,
"Get back up there!")
I've been busy with some of my other projects this week so I haven't gotten to work on Johto Quest all that much. I think I'll give it some more attention next week because this episode has been almost four months in the making so far.
Keanu Reeves: What if Doom was kidnapped by Donald Trump's secret harem of crusty old white men?
So someone went through the trouble of changing a sign that said, "Crooked Hill Road" to "Crooked Hillary". I'm surprised they didn't change the "S 1 W" part to "S J W" for good measure. Here's the article to what I'm talking about: (http://www.snopes.com/2017/06/16/crooked-hill-crooked-hillary/)
(Mmpratt’s story “Preta”...) Let's hope it has nothing to do with PETA.
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To answer your question on Eddy's wool, once Eddy slams down onto the stage, Emily will fall out and tumble onto the stage. Later in the series, the wool's hammerspace abilities will be shown more, such as when it finds HM03 (Surf) and stuffs it in his wool. Speaking of HMs, if they decide to scrap HMs in later games but don't want to use the ride system again, I have a solution. It's called the Suit System and the suits the player wears will have different powers that will vary from suit to suit. Here's what I mean by that:
(- Scyther Suit replaces (HM01): This suit allows the player to cut down trees and any type of grass with the push of the "A" button. It may also increase the chances of encountering Bug type Pokemon.
- Emolga Suit replaces (HM02): This suit allows the player to fly to any known town or route when the player selects a place on the map at the bottom screen, which will automatically pop up when the suit is selected. It may also increase the chances of encountering either a Flying or Electric type Pokemon.
- Vaporeon/Quagsire Suit replaces (HM03): This suit allows the player to swim in water.
- Machoke Suit replaces (HM04): This suit allows the player to easily move heavy objects such as boulders. It may also increase the chances of encountering a female Pokemon.
- Vaporeon/Quagsire Suit also replaces (HM05): This suit also allows the player to climb up waterfalls in two seconds flat.
- Machoke Suit also replaces (HM06): This suit also allows the player to smash rocks. It may also increase the chances of encountering a female Pokemon.
- Vaporeon/Quagsire Suit also replaces (HM07): This suit also allows the player to dive into deep parts of the ocean and breath underwater.)
For this list, I went with the most recent HM list I could find which was the HM list for Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. As you can see, certain suits can be used for more than one purpose, which I think increases their utility. Not only that, but I think there are a couple more reasons as to why a Suit System could be a good alternative to HMs. One, it adds some creativity and charm to the series and two, you won't have to waste a Pokemon's move slot.
However, there's a catch. In order to use the suit, you have to get the proper badge/similar item in order to power them up. If you try to use a suit without the prober badge for the first time, a Drilbur named Mr. OP will politely remind you that you need a badge to get the suit working. If you do this three or four times in a row, he will get extremely upset and battle you. Plot twist: He is seemingly impossible to defeat because he is at the highest level possible and has the highest stats in the game, hence why he's called Mr. OP or Mr. OverPowered. If the player manages to defeat or catch Mr. OP or any of his descendents (i.e Mr. OP II, Mr. OP III, etc), he will be replaced by his next descendent. If the player catches or defeats all of Mr.Op's descendents, the game will slowly glitch out like crazy and then a black screen that says, "You crashed the game! LOL Idiot!" will appear.
So blameitonjorge recently uploaded a video on lost Cartoon Network stuff. I'm not sure if you saw it yet but I can link you to the video if you're interested.
Today, I went to a double header baseball game with my brother and some of his friends from his fraternity. All of them were quite nice and I think we got along rather well. I just got home from the game an hour ago so if you're wondering why I'm sending this message so late, that's why.
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Pokemon Theory: What if Mirror B's wig is made from scrap Mareep wool that was dyed two different colours on each side?
Speaking of Mirror B's wig, it kind of looks like a Voltorb if it was sleeping on its side. I'm not sure if it was intentionally designed that way or if it just happen to look like that.
I kind of agree with you about how the second mascots video wasn't as good as the first but at the same time, I don't think it was especially awful or anything. As for his most recent video, I enjoyed it. There were a few entries that were especially nostalgic like the Bowl Over Ed segment. Along with Ed, Edd n Eddy Launchbox (not sure if I have the correct title here but let's keep going), a Class of 3000 flash game where you create your own music tracks, and KND Flight of The Hamsters, Bowl Over Ed was a game I played quite a bit when I was a kid. The Hamsters and C.O.3000 games can still be played today, though I'm not sure about the Launchbox game.
Link to Hamsters game: (http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/games/knd/hamsters/index.html)
The Class of 3000 game is called Funk Box and it is available online but the sites that host it want you to turn your ad blocking program off and if you ask me, that's probably not the best idea.
I think IGN said it best: "7.8/10 Too Much Water". I think they knew that quote was going to go viral, which is probably why they put it at the end of the review.
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So I added a new part to the Johto Quest episode. Here it is:
("Wow! It's so roomy in here!" Emily said excitedly. Once the wave crashed against the left stage wall, Miki stood up and effortlessly lifted Eddy over her head. She then hurled him towards the soggy stage and said,
"Get back up there!" When Eddy's body slammed against the stage, Emily went flying out of his wool and rolled on the ground for at least a few seconds. She quickly got up and brushed herself off.
"Vincent, use Dig!" Kuni yelled.
"Tackle 'em, Eddy!" Emily shouted. Eddy darted towards Vincent as he quickly dug into the stage. Before he could get under it however, Eddy rammed into him and sent him flying towards the wall on the right side of the stage. A few moments later, Vincent collided with the wall and fell to the ground.)
I put the episode in a Google Docs file and did a spell check session with it. There were a few spelling errors that I didn't catch before so I corrected them as soon as Docs found them. However, it seems that Docs sees the word "Eddy" as a spelling error and suggested the word "Eddie", even though they're just different spellings of an actual name. In other words, whether you spell it as Eddy or Eddie, it should be correct. I didn't keep the episode's Docs file for the sake of consistency (all the episodes are saved as notes in Fast Notepad). Once I finish the fifth episode, I might take the episodes, make them into Docs files and put them in a folder on Google Drive.
So I was looking at honest movie posters on Collegehumor's website and came across a couple of gems.
First Gem: (https://m.imgur.com/6wWweNg?r)
Second Gem: (https://m.imgur.com/TFV0oDw)
I also found this adorably derpy image somewhere: (https://m.imgur.com/lAehKaD)
So I managed to get a little further in the plot outline that Doom was interested in. I wonder what happened to him. Is he going through the same situation that Frank went through a while ago? Or is he dealing with something else?
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I just had a thought. If Whitney Houston was a Pokemon trainer, she would have a Miltank. Why? Because every year, the Miltank life chooses a Whitney at random.
So from what I've researched, the average Mareep weighs around seventeen pounds, which is slightly heavier than a Pikachu. If you ask me, I think some of Mareep's weight comes from its wool, which makes up a good majority of its body.
I've added a new part to the Johto Quest episode. This is it:
("Vincent, use Dig!" Kuni yelled.
"Tackle 'em, Eddy!" Emily shouted. Eddy darted towards Vincent as he quickly dug into the stage. Before he could get under it however, Eddy rammed into him and sent him flying towards the wall on the right side of the stage. A few moments later, Vincent collided with the wall and fell to the ground. His eyes turned into black spirals and he was no longer able to move.
Suddenly, a high pitched dinging sound could be heard and small white sparks flew out of Eddy's wool. Emily's eyes grew wide and she gasped, wondering what just happened to Eddy. Kuni turned her attention towards Vincent for at least a few seconds. She then turned to Emily and said...)
I have an idea for when Emily battles Whitney. For Whitney's team in that episode, I was thinking of having her use one more Pokemon besides Pippi (Clefairy) and Milly (Miltank). One option was to have her use a Herdier that evolved from a Lillipup, which she got from her uncle Stewart in Alola during a Wi-Fi trade with him. Another option was to have her use a Furret. For Herdier, I'll use its generation seven movepool as a guide to choose which moves it knows since it came from the Alola region. For Furret, I'll use its generation four movepool (which is the movepool I use for most Pokemon in this series) to choose which moves it knows.
I think both Pokemon are good choices. Here are the reasons why:
1. Herdier is a Normal type Pokemon, which is a type of Pokemon Whitney specializes in.
2. It is capable of learning Aerial Ace via TM, which is a move that's super effective against Fighting type Pokemon. This is a type of Pokemon that would be used against Whitney due to their advantage against Normal types. It can also be used against Emily's Exeggcute (W.A.L.L.Y), a Grass/Psychic type Pokemon, should Emily decide to use them in her battle with Whitney.
1. Furret is a Normal type Pokemon, which is a type of Pokemon Whitney specializes in.
2. It is the evolved form of Sentret, which is the regional rodent for Johto. Because of this, Whitney would've been able to easily obtain and train a Sentret if she wanted to without going too far to find another Normal type.
3. It is a cute Pokemon so it would match with Whitney's theme of cute Pokemon.
I have both of their general information filled out. This is the one for Herdier:
Level: 28 Type: Normal Moves: (Giga Impact, Work Up, Crunch, Aerial Ace) Ability: Intimidate Gender: Male)
And this is the one for Furret:
(2. Scout (Furret)
Level: 21 Type: Normal Moves: (Defense Curl, Quick Attack, Return, Iron Tail) Ability: Keen Eye Gender: Female)
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So if Trump wrote a Creepypasta and it got rejected for major spelling mistakes, I bet he would say, "I didn't spell those words wrong! There are merely alternate ways of spelling the words!"
"I will always love moo!" Aw man! That would've been a great title for this message! Oh well, too late now.
According to Bulbapedia's generation four movepool page for Mareep, it can learn Thunder Wave at level 14. This is a move that can paralyse a foe every time it is used, provided they don't have a status condition prior to using the move. The Static ability can paralyse the for when the make contact, but the ability only activates 30% of the time. At this point, Eddy has an empty moveslot and when that happens, the move that you want to teach it (regardless of how the move is taught) will automatically be added to its move set without having to forget a move.
For TMs, this is what Mareep can learn through TM in generation four: (https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Mareep_(Pok%C3%A9mon)/Generation_IV_learnset#By_TM)
Our heroes will also visit and get TMs from the game corner in the forth episode, specifically before they train for their battle with Whitney. Speaking of the game corner, I've tweaked the concept sheet for it rather recently. This is the latest version: (https://pastebin.com/6Jqr4wMv)
I'm stuck on what Kuni should say to Emily when she turns to her.
Hello, I hope everything is going great for you! How have you been? I just wanted to check up on you to make sure your mother and you are doing good! Luigifan100 04:23, June 23, 2017 (UTC)
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So yesterday, I got the strangest comment on my Sunny Hill Farms announcement on my website. The comment went something like this:
(I believe that avoiding packaged foods is a first step to be able to lose weight. They might taste great, but highly processed foods include very little vitamins and minerals, making you consume more to have enough strength to get throughout the day. For anyone who is constantly feeding on these foods, transferring to whole grain products and other complex carbohydrates will let you have more electricity while feeding on less. Interesting blog post.) Lol! This has nothing to do with the story at all! I don't get comments on the site very often so I just replied with "Thanks for your feedback". No response yet. Have you seen anything like this before?
For what Kuni says, this is what I have:
(Suddenly, a high pitched dinging sound could be heard and small white sparks flew out of Eddy's wool. Emily's eyes grew wide and she gasped, wondering what just happened to Eddy. Kuni turned her attention towards Vincent for at least a few seconds. She then turned to Emily and said,
"Congratulations guys! You won!")
After this, I think I'll have Emily cheer and have Eddy run around in circles. Because as we all know, sheep are famous for their celebratory run cycles.
"What Do You Call Political Science? Lyintology!" ~ A Smartass 2017
Who was the guy who made the stupid jokes? Tune in next time! Same Bat Time! Same Bat Channel!
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Oh. So sheep racing is a thing. Cool. There's also a thing called Duck Racing and there's also Snail Racing. Geez! Is there any animal that people won't race?
"There was a clip from some foreign prank show with a prank gone wrong. The prankster pretended to paint someone's car while they were stopped at a red light or something (The paint would wash off easily, but the driver didn't know that). The driver got out of the car, and while the prankster tried to go through his routine, the driver began beating him up. The prankster told him, "You're on such-and-such a show! It's just a prank!" and the driver still kept beating him up." I'll admit. As horrible as this is, I can't help but laugh at it because this is something you'd probably see in something that's making fun of prank shows.
"Actions have consequences, bro!" Announcer: And the award for Most Savage Burn of 2017 goes to... LA LA Land!
Announcer 2: No wait! There's been a mistake. Raidra. You won! *Holds up card with Raidra's name on it*
So last night, I watched a film with my family called A Silent Voice. It was an anime movie and it was quite beautiful both visually and emotionally. I think it might even be on par with a Studio Ghibli film. Here's the Wikipedia page on it: 
Photos of the capsule hotel rooms make me nervous. I feel like if I go into one of them, I won't be able to breathe due to how small they are.
What have I said is the first rule of the Secret Dark Warlock Order? There is no Secret Dark Warlock Order.
"Unless you want to join, that is."
By far my favourite club is the Is that really just a mannequin and ketchup? Actually, don't answer that Club.
- That isn't a very common issue. The kind of people in the club usually aren't found with clothes at the time of the exchange the club gets its name from.
- I'm the Hand of God. The one where he holds the spear 00:02, June 25, 2017 (UTC)
- *Raises hand for glitch*
- By the way, this is my new favorite thing to hear.
Nah lol I wasn't worrying about it. The same thing happened with A person on the internet says, sometimes I showcase writers who haven't been active for a bit. Maybe some day APONTIS will return, idk about that, but I'm sure Vroom will notice my thing at some point. And even if they don't that doesnt really change what the showcase is for...you know? It's not a gold star for the author its a recommendation so the author checking it out is kinda a second thought. Wut I want is for people to read the author, not for the author to read me, if that makes sense.
Anyway thanks for sending a message, but you're attempts are futile. I've got Doom Vroom pegged, and I know he's an evil wizard without even a glimmer of a doubt.
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I recently found a really funny article criticising pandas on CollegeHumor. If you're interested, here's the article: (http://www.collegehumor.com/post/7043887/6-reasons-pandas-are-dumbass-pieces-of-shit).
So, I can't seem to get in contact with Doom. In that case, do you know someone else who might be interested in romantic comedies? If not, that's okay. I feel like I've asked you this before but I might be thinking of some one else.
Here's a new part for Johto Quest episode three:
(Suddenly, a high pitched dinging sound could be heard and small white sparks flew out of Eddy's wool. Emily's eyes grew wide and she gasped, wondering what just happened to Eddy. Kuni turned her attention towards Vincent for at least a few seconds. She then walked over to Emily and said,
"Congratulations guys! You won!" Emily cheered as Eddy ran around in circles. As that was going on, Miki stood up and gave a round of applause. Kuni got out a red and white ball and pointed it at Vincent. Suddenly, a solid blue beam shot out from the center of the ball and hit Vincent. Within a couple of seconds, his entire body became engulfed in a blue light and the beam moved back towards the ball, with Vincent rapidly shrinking in size as he travelled up the beam. Kuni put the ball away and lifted the left flap of her kimono. She pulled out three, orange rectangular pieces of paper and hid them behind her back.
"You wanna know what you get for winning?" asked Kuni.
"Experience?" Emily replied.
"Well that and...This!" said Kuni as she revealed the orange papers to Emily.
"Is that..." Emily asked. Before she could finish asking her question, Kuni interrupted her and said,
"Yup! Fifteen hundred Poken." She gently handed the papers over to Emily and as soon as they were in her hands, she stared at them.
"Wow! No wonder battling is so popular!" Emily chuckled. She then went silent for a few moments as she thought to herself,
"I wish my mom would've told me about this.")
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I asked Doom the same question and he said the same thing. If you want my opinion on Wattpad, I think it's a site of quality and integrity that we should all look up to... Is what I'd say if I was an idiot! Lol gotcha Wattpad!
"I thought about something. I forget if you included this in the new draft, but in earlier drafts the Kimono Girls were shocked to see a trainer with a Pokemon that wasn't a Grass-type, Fire-type, or Water-type. While I can understand that to some degree, it suddenly occurred to me that there are examples of young trainers who have different types. There are also cases of people having Pokemon as pets/friends since childhood, and the Kimono Girls themselves don't appear to have starter Pokemon themselves, so why are they so shocked to see someone with a Pokemon that's not a starter? Maybe you could have them note that it's tradition for a trainer starting out on a journey to have a certain kind of Pokemon, and Emily can explain that she met and befriended Eddy as she began her own journey (without telling the circumstances behind their meeting)." I'll have to look at the latest draft for episode three but I think I remember putting in something about how trainers usually start out with one of those three types.
Speaking of Johto Quest, I've been making some changes to the previous episodes. The episode that received the most changes was episode one. When I read the episode last night, I felt like it could be better and decided to make some changes. Some of these changes have ranged from minor grammatical errors to major things such as replacing a name of a Pokemon or item with a description of its appearance. For example, the potions were originally spray bottles but I changed them to aerosol cans to make them more distinct from the ailment healing items (i.e Antidote, Awakening, Burn Heal, etc), which were also spray bottles. Here's the link to the first episode: (http://theofficialpokemonjohtoquestsite.weebly.com/episode/pokemon-johto-quest-season-1-episode-1-humble-beginnings).
I primarily based the Poken currency on the Monopoly money seen in the original Pokemon Monopoly game. Since there has never been official concept art of Pokemon currency, I figured that it would be a good source to use along with real life yen.
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My dad and I like to put vinegar on our fries. My dad isn't too particular about the kind of vinegar but I personally think white vinegar goes great with fries. I also like to put Nutella on toast. The title of the previous message was a reference to the song, "When a Man Loves a Woman".
I found two reddit places that might be able to help me with this ROM COM I'm writing. The first one is called For Those Who Write and the other is called The Reddit Writer's Group. On both places, I asked if they were a place to post rough outlines. I got one response from For Those Who Write saying to go for it. I posted the link to the outline in my question post so now I'll just have to wait and see what kind of feedback it recieves.
In the artwork for Red and Green, there's an Antidote that is a injection type item so this might explain why the manga, especially the earlier chapters (i.e Red, Green, and Yellow chapters), might depict the item like this.
There are two Pokemon Monopoly games I know about. One is the original version from 1999 (which is the one I played as a kid) and the other is called Kanto edition. I haven't played the latter so I don't know how good it is.
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"I'll have to look it up, but some guy did a series of books of misheard lyrics. The titles were When a Man Loves a Walnut, He's Got the Whole World in His Pants, 'Scuse Me While I Kiss This Guy, and, for Christmas-related misheard lyrics, Deck the Halls with Buddy Holly." Fry: Shut up and take my money!
My response to the guy's Japan blog: Hey! How's the 1940's working out for you?
"I think Steak'n'Shake has salt and vinegar fries too." Steak 'n Shake? What is this sorcery? Is that a spin off of Shake 'n Bake?
So from what I understand, the 1999 version of Pokemon Monopoly (which is actually called Pokemon Collector's Edition) and the Kanto Edition Monopoly are different games. Not only are the board designs completely different but the pieces are also different. For example, the Collector's Edition has Pikachu, Bulbasaur, Charmander, Blastoise, Clefairy, and Mewtwo. In the Kanto Edition, you have Pikachu, Charmander, Squirtle, Bulbasaur, Eevee, and Jigglypuff. There's also a Johto Edition as well.
I had no idea that 40 year olds were on this wiki. I didn't think they were into that kind of stuff. Thank you for the compliement by the way.
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So here's a more recent part for the third episode of Johto Quest:
("Wow! No wonder battling is so popular!" Emily chuckled. She then went silent for a few moments as she thought to herself,
"I wish my mom would've told me about this." Just then, Eddy walked over to Kuni and stood on his hind legs. He then put his front hooves on her...)
So I'm having difficulty with the next part. In the last episode, when Eddy was on his hind legs, he was able to reach Emily's stomach. Now I'm thinking that Emily's height would be two foot ten inches. However, I don't know how tall Kuni is. I'm assuming she's about five foot two or three. If that's the case, where do you think Eddy's hooves would go? The upper half of the leg or somewhere else?
The title is referencing part of the chorus in the song "Smells Like Teen Spirit". I swear, that's all I hear in parts of the chorus!
Where I live, I don't have any Steak 'n Shake resturants and if there are some, they might be in areas that I haven't explored yet. I live in a small state but that doesn't mean I know every inch of it like the back of my hand.
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FUN FACT: Smells like Nirvana is one of my favorite songs by Weird Al. I think it's in the top three along with EBAY and Amish Paradise.
So I managed to finish my latest Haunting Hour review last night. I should have it up by Friday afternoon. After this, I only have one more episode of season three left to review! Yay!
For the Johto Quest description, maybe I'll put something like, "He then put his front hooves on her upper leg and stared up at her."
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Rita Repulsa: Ah! After 10,000 years I'm free! Time to concour the Creepypasta Wiki!
So I finally have part of a description for Roy from Sunny Hill Farms. Here's what I have so far:
(“Roy! The new guy is here!” All of a sudden, I could hear the sound of heavy footsteps gradually making their way down a flight of wooden stairs, which was only a few feet away from the kitchen. Not long after, I saw a wrinkly man wearing an old light blue button up shirt and jeans walking towards me. As he got closer, I noticed that he seemed to be limping a bit.)
Honestly, the deer thing wouldn't have been too out of place in a show like Power Rangers. What do I mean by this? Well, this video might give you an idea.
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So I made this while I was bored: (https://i.imgflip.com/1rr18z.jpg)
I've also been doing some research on Japanese culture because that what the bored cool kids do these days. The areas I decided to explore were Urban Legends and Etiquette in that particular culture. I think one of the coolest things about writing is doing reseach for a setting because whether you set the story in a foreign land, somewhere close to home, or even in a fictional world based off of an existing land, you're almost always going to come across something that you didn't know before.
I read your blog post about having your stories narrated. While I haven't had any of my stories narrated (#WeepforHailey), I think it would be pretty interesting to have one of them narrated by somebody. I think as long as I'm properly credited somewhere in the video or video description, I wouldn't mind it so much. Here are a couple of my favorite narrators:
1. That Creepy Reading: Whenever this guy reads a story, it's preety clear that he's enjoying what he does as he seems to put a lot of emotion into his narration, though he will slip up every once in a while.
2. CreepsMcPasta: This guy's voice is very calm and soothing, even when he's describing something that's quite tense, graphic, or both. Most of the time, I find it a bit funny but not so much to the point where I can't take him seriously.
I put the Johto Quest episode into Google Docs and the story is about 20 pages long. With that said, do you think that the third episode of Pokemon: Johto Quest is too long? If so, what do you think should be cut out and/or moved to the next episode? Here's the episode so far: (https://pastebin.com/aK0FU6rA)
Speaking of Johto Quest, I noticed a few errors with it in terms of sentence structure so I'm probably going to go back and fix it when I get the chance. To see how a Mareep will react to eating Rainbow Beans, I'll have to get a Mareep that doesn't have any Affection Hearts and feed it a bean on Pokemon Refresh.
I'll never touch a car or tires again
I read that blog. Does it count if I'm Seth?
Coincidentally, I saw the gentleman not long ago in an Hellsing Abridged reaction video. The joy of watching someone just reacting to another video is a inexplicable one for me. I love everyone's reaction when they watch Little Baby's Ice-cream. It's so satisfying! But number 3 was downright cheating. At the beginning it reminded me of that Middle East witch video, but then the reactionaire got jumpscared into another dimension.
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So I uploaded a short story to the Writer's Workshop board. If you're interested in reading it, here's the link: (http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:586716) Lately, whenever I upload anything to the W.W board, nobody seems to pay attention to it (#WeepForHaileyAgain).
Speaking of things that are scary, take a look at this Spongebob Popsicle: (http://i3.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/000/617/998/a7f.jpg) This image is both frightening and hilarious at the same time. The frightening part is obvious but I can't quite pin down what makes it funny.
Last night, I added a new part to the third episode of Johto Quest. Here it is: (https://pastebin.com/QWp4fX5L) Men's Warehouse Guy: You're going to like the thing I wrote. I guarentee it!
The Pokemon anime is nearly at 1,000 episodes. That's more than The Simpsons, a show that has been running since 1989! How did they do that? With that many episodes, I can't seem to figure out which episodes have been dedicated to introducing new Pokemon.
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On the one hand, I'm glad to hear that you got something back from Doom, as I kept thinking he got kidnapped or something. On the other hand, it sucks that he's going to lose his health insurance (#IBlameTrumpForThisForSomeReason).
Well, I got some feedback on the story and it turns out that the story itself is very flawed. Basically, the story's fatal flaw is that it feels rushed and unfinished and because of this, it creates a lot of questions that don't get answered. Maybe at a later point in time I'll go back and fix it up.
I've been doing more work on Sunny Hill Farms though. Here's what I got:
(“Roy! The new guy is here!” All of a sudden, I could hear the sound of heavy footsteps gradually making their way down a flight of wooden stairs, which was only a few feet away from the kitchen. Not long after, I saw a wrinkly man wearing an old light blue button up shirt and jeans walking towards me and carrying a piece of paper in his left hand. As he got closer, I noticed that he seemed to be limping a bit. Before I could point this out to Becky, he shook my hand and said hello. After that, we all sat down at the kitchen table and Roy handed the paper over to Becky. She then took out a pair of reading glasses from her pocket and cleared her throat.
“Okay, so the first thing you’re gonna do is milk the cows,” Becky explained, “Mary is the one with the biggest udder, therefore she gets hooked up first. Hook up Margret, Georgia, and then Dolores. If you get stuck, you can ask me, Roy, or Lorenzo for help.”
“Wait, who’s Lorenzo?” I interrupted. Roy tried to reply to my question but Becky quickly cut in and said,
“Oh, Lorenzo? He's the tall, muscular farmhand with the mud covered overalls. You can't miss him!”)
So after the last line, should James react to what was just said (i.e He is shocked to find out there are other people who work on the farm besides Becky and Roy due to the farm's condition) or should I just skip the reaction and move to the part where Becky lists the next two chores?
You know that show called LazyTown? To me, it feels like it's an anime but shot in live action. Despite this however, this show actually has Icelandic origins.
Funny enough, I actually watched that same countdown today! Weird, huh?
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- Francly Euro being ridiculous with all these money puns. You aren't even making cents. GGGGrrrrroooooooaaaannnnn... EmpyrealInvective (talk) 20:25, July 2, 2017 (UTC)
- Never change Raidra. You always gotta go in for a penny, in for a pound with these puns. ...And I just realized that saying is not in fact a pun and I must concede the bill to you as I have no way of coin-tering these puns and am grasping at straws. Have a good one. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 20:39, July 2, 2017 (UTC)
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So I went to a writer's workshop Reddit and posted the Sunny Hill Farms story on there. I got a bit of feedback which I thought helped the story. There was one piece of feedback that was rather... interesting. It's not harsh or even uncalled for but something about it is rather off. Here's the feedback I'm referring to:
(It's not interesting at all and that's being kind. You need to pull the reader in. The writing isn't good so you can't waste the reader's time with unimportant information. Get to the plot.)
Lol! I apologize for the large pile of work I've given you. I've been doing a lot of writing this week and I'm really excited about it. I've also made a few revisions to the Too Many Eyes story. Yes! the revised episodes are on the Johto Quest website so don't worry about reading the wrong thing.
Yeah, I think the "We Are Number One" fad was super win win all round. The actor who plays the villain on the show got money for cancer treatment thanks to a Kickstarter for him, the video creators got to have fun with a song from the show, and the show got more attention.
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So I'm currently on vacation and I'm staying at a hotel, which has been critically acclaimed by seagulls. Joy. I'm also using my phone as a mobile hotspot so I can use the Wi-Fi on my tablet since the Wi-Fi doesn't reach my room. Other than that, I'm enjoying it so far.
(Regarding the jerkwad critic) Ah. So that's why the review felt off. I was starting to think that my anxiety was getting the better of me. Usually, when I receive criticism, I tend to get anxious but I try to use that anxiety to my advantage by using it as motivation to change or add things when needed.
That's good to hear! Take all the time you need with reviewing that content.
Happy 4th of July!
Hi there, good evening! I hope all is going well for you and your mother, and I hope you had a safe 4th of July! If you can, tell me how to archive my talk page, or you can do it yourself, whichever is better for you. Thanks! Luigifan100 00:34, July 5, 2017 (UTC)
I thought that I had replied to your email, so I was rather surprised when I checked my inbox and saw it blank a couple of minutes ago (found out that I didn't). Sorry about that! -returns hug-
So, I've never actually seen Oldboy either, but about a decade back there was this show on Bravo network that was something scary movie moments and Oldboy was on there: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/OneHundredScariestMovieMoments?from=Main.OneHundredScariestMovieMoments (there is the list, spoilers for movies). I disagree with Hostel placing number 1; it was gross, not scary.
I approve of the "MOTHER-" joke, it's perfect. Ugh, spilled soup; so annoying. I was at my parents' the other day and getting ready to leave, but I was hungry and decided to cook some leftover pizza and pour myself a drink. Well... dad's cup was in my spot and I tried pushing it out of the way, but ended up spilling it; it was a full glass too! Cleaning up spills are always annoying, especially when you are in a hurry T_T Yeah, doom to all headaches! Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 06:51, July 8, 2017 (UTC)
Hello. I just wanted to check in and see how you and your family were doing. I hope your mother is doing well. I also wanted to let you know that they finally scheduled my biopsy for September 7th, so now I play the waiting game. Apparently they will freeze whatever it is and take a sample: if it's malignant, then the kidney has to come out, and if it's not then it will slowly just go away after having been frozen. I figured this was something you would want to know about since we've often discussed health based events. I also commented on your blog on the other wiki if you wanna check it out. Hope all is well.
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Actually, Emily's toy is supposed to be a Cyndaquil plush. I can't believe I didn't think of this earlier but I think what I can add is that it was a spikeless, echidna-like plush along with the other details that I have. With the descriptions, I was trying to make sure that they put an image in the reader's head and flowed smoothly. I like your suggestions and when I get a chance, I will definitely go back and try to implement them.
With the RageCandyBars, I think what I want to have happen next is have Miki come to the conclusion that, if Kuni wasn't wearing any special perfume to attract Eddy, then the smell of the candy must've been the cause of the attraction. Given how Eddy's favorite food is RageCandyBars, I think this makes the most sense. For the inside joke part, I'm trying to figure out how to make it better. Maybe Kuni could reference a specific moment from the Pokemon anime in some sort of line like, "He thought water types were weak against fire types?" Speaking of that, it still gets me to this day because fire being weak to water has to be one of the easiest type matchups to remember! Seriously, how does a gym leader screw something like that up?! Argh!
So Umbrello gave me some feedback on Sunny Hill Farms and I've been trying to modify it based on his/her feedback. They particularly liked the detailed about the pickup truck so I'm trying to add more details like that one while having it seem natural in terms of placement and flow.
"By the way, am I the only one who finds it weird that they make a big deal about Luxray having excellent vision, but don't give it Keen Eye as an Ability?" Now that you mention that, I think it would be a pretty interesting ability for Luxray to have, though I think Intimidate and Rivalry are pretty good abilities too.
So I just finished my review of the final episode of season three! I only have about one more season left to go after this.
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Yeah. It's really odd that an Electric type Pokemon would have only Normal type moves. You'd think that it would know at least one Electric move or something. Here's my Zebstrika build based on the moves it can learn in generation five since the anime episode that guy's Zebstrika was in the Best Wishes series, an anime based on the generation five games:
Moves: (Charge, Thunderbolt, Giga Impact, Agility)
Also, my talk page is getting close to 50 messages. When it hits 50, I need the page to be archived because when I do it, this happens: *Cuts to a scene where Hailey tries to archive her talk page and breaks the wiki*
So I wrote a song about roadblocks in the tune of the YMCA song. I plan on fitting it in the forth episode of Johto Quest, when Enily and Eddy try to take the road that takes you to Violet City. Here's the lyrics to the song.
Here's the latest part of Johto Quest episode 3:
(Miki turned away from Kuni and thought to herself,
"If the perfume didn't make him act that way, then it must've been the scent of the RageCandyBars!" She then turned back to Kuni and got within an inch of her face.
"Never. Again," Miki said as she poked the tip of Kuni's nose repeatedly.)
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Speaking of feedback, Derpyspaghetti is also supposed to look at Sunny Hill Farms, though they haven't gotten around to it. I'm still trying to add more details like the rusted truck one but I want to make sure that they don't feel too flowery or anything. I'm also trying to figure out where to add details like that. If you have some suggestions let me know.
So I found this video about Soccer Mom freakouts and I think you might get a kick out of it. I also found a video on Worst Neighbours and a video about Japan and its weirdness. In the soccer mom video, there's a clip from World's Dumbest, which is a show that I actually like. I used to watch a lot of it when I was younger, along with The Simpsons.
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So today is my brother's birthday and he's turning twenty two. We're going to have a party for him tomorrow because that's when most of his friends and family are avaliable.
Have you ever heard of a YouTube channel called Exploring With Josh? It's basically an urban exploration channel and they did a few videos that focused on exploring abandoned places in Japan. The few that I can name off the top of my head are an unnamed school, the Aokigahara forest, Nara Dreamland, and Leisure Land (which is an abandoned theme park like Nara Dreamland.) In these videos, Josh and the crew seem to be rather respectful of the places they explore and the culture of the country. Not only that but it seems that Japanese people don't do as much damage to abandoned places compared to places like America, where quite a few abandoned places get trashed. Perhaps it's due to cultural differences.
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Whenever my ear(s) get itchy, that's when I use a Q-Tip on them. I heard that putting those things in your ears isn't a good idea because they strip away the wax, which acts as protection from bacteria and whatnot, and you could potentially damage the inside of your ear if you aren't careful. Speaking of ears, I keep getting ear infections every seven years. My first one was in third grade and the most recent one was when I was in tenth grade. I have no idea why this happens either. Thankfully, they do eventually get better and the last one wasn't as bad as the one I had in third grade.
Have you heard of the name Winsor McCay? If not, he's basically the guy who created the Little Nemo comic series. I bring this up because I found a couple of interesting articles on some of his lost works. The first one is about a short called The Centaurs and the other is about some lost Little Nemo comic installments. I also found this article about a film called The World of Power and Women.
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Winsor McCay's art style and animation style is quite realistic. However, because he had to draw the animated clips frame by frame with that kind of style due to limited technology, it would take a long time just to animate a clip that was only five minutes long. For that, I give him serious props.
Speaking of The World of Power and Women, I found a Wikipedia article on it that goes into a bit more detail than the Lost Media Wiki article. Here's the article if you're interested: (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chikara_to_Onna_no_Yo_no_Naka)
I think the reason why it is lost is because the building or place it was stored in might've gotten destroyed by the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the tail end of World War 2. This is what happened to the Japanese King Kong films from the 1930's so it wouldn't seem that farfetched for T.W.O.W.A.P to have met the same fate.
Here's the newest part of Johto Quest episode three:
(After that, Emily and Eddy made their way over to an orange and tan building that was similar to the one in Mahogany Town. Once inside the building, they walked over to a long marble counter that was at least four feet high.)
I think I'm going to have the "Thundershocking the Machine" scene after Eddy gets healed. I also plan to have the nurses in the Johto Pokemon Centers look completely different from the ones in the colonies. They might look something like this: (http://imgur.com/a/QUvse)
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Regarding the machine scene, I think I'm going to cut it from the episode since it's pretty long already. Instead, I'm going to have them exit the Pokemon Center and try to find the gym. If I change my mind about the scene, I'll let you know.
It's hard to believe that film didn't always have sound apart from some music played live during a showing. Nowadays, sound and dialogue in film is as common as common could be. Though one thing I noticed about early sound films is that they didn't have a lot of background music and they seemed a lot quieter than modern films.
In my last message, I mentioned Japanese King Kong films from the 1930's. Well it turns out that those films predate Godzilla in terms of Japanese monster movies. The first Godzilla film came out in 1954. One of the J-Kong films (Wasei Kingu Kongu) came out in 1933 and the other (King Kong Appears in Edo) came out in 1938.
By the way, only two messages left before the talk page has to be archived.
Hi there, I hope you are doing well! I think you're a super person, I hope your mother and you are doing great! Luigifan100 01:57, July 18, 2017 (UTC)
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Speaking of gluttony, I plan on giving that trait to a Pokemon that Emily will obtain in a later episode. I also plan on Eddy using tickets he got from a Whack a Diglett machine he destroyed using Thundershock when the game got too fast for him to keep up to buy RageCandyBars and the TM for Thunderbolt.
"It would be interesting if someone would do that today, though they'd probably crab that it would cost too much money..." Cheapskate: Boo! This idea stinks! *Throws crabs at the guy who suggested it*
One of the changes I remember in the English version of Godzilla was the addition of a character called Steve Martin (The F-Bomb scene from Planes, Trains, and Automobiles plays) No not that guy. This guy (Shows black and white footage of the character from Godzilla 1954).
So I was really bored and decided to search "Dine and Dash Japan" on Google and I found this article from a few years ago about some girls in Japan eating about two hundred and twenty dollars worth of food from some restaurant and making a break for it. I won't spoil the ending so here's the article in question: (https://japantoday.com/category/crime/stuffed-teenage-girls-arrested-for-trying-to-eat-and-run-at-restaurant?comment-order=latest) It kind of sounds like something you'd see in a comedy anime or an episode of World's Dumbest.
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So yesterday, I made a Discord account. If you're interested in adding me, my Discord name is HaileySawyer515#2174.
I remember seeing The Peanuts Movie with my brother back when it was still kind of new. My brother is a huge fan of The Peanuts and he really enjoyed it. As for me, I really enjoyed the movie as well. I think the people who did the animation for The Peanuts Movie also did the animation for the Captain Underpants movie due to how's similar both movies look.
"It talks about a farewell and a monologue, but there's no sound! I checked my computer to check that it wasn't on mute, and even held one of the speakers up to my ear, and no, there's no sound in the video! What is this madness?!" Film Theory: I believe they were trying to make a silent movie without actually trying.
Here's the newest part of Johto Quest:
(Meanwhile, Emily and Eddy exited an orange and tan building similar to the one in Mahogany Town.
"So Eddy, you ready to take on Morty?" said Emily as she looked at him. Eddy bleated proudly as he bounced up and down at least twice before spinning around and shooting off tiny jolts of electricity in every possible direction.
"Alright! Let's go!" Emily exclaimed. The two dashed away from the orange and tan building and ran all throughout the city until they came across a blue and orange rectangular building with a brown, dome shaped object covering the top of it.)
I'll Be Back
I've been really busy and tired (things keep coming up on my days off). I have work tonight, but I am going to try to message you tomorrow, after I have slept, if something doesn't come up. Sorry for not getting back to you in like 2 or 3 weeks again. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 01:00, July 22, 2017 (UTC)
- I meant to leave a rather long message, but I got called and asked if I could come in to work tonight, so... DX Things are pretty hectic at the workplace and they are about to get worse. The guy that called in tonight, I suspect he went to a job interview at another place and is about to leave the company. We have another guy who already put in his notice and is going to be gone really soon. If those two leave, then it will just be me and one other person working night shift entirely, I don't mean per night/shift, but just altogether at the store. If that happens, then I am going to have even less time for things as we are barely finishing on time or a little late as is with what little number of us there are. A little bit of backstory there on the situation, I guess.
- I'm not sure when my next day off is. I had wrote down this upcoming week's schedule last night, but when I went in to discuss working tonight with the manager he read off some hours that are different than what was already posted on the wall, so I guessed they changed them for everyone after I had looked last night - but, I shall try and talk with you a bit on my next day off if I am not swamped with stuff to do. At least I got to hang out with my friend who I hadn't seen in two or three months today ^^
- Ugh. I always suspect stupid squirrels when my power goes out (unless there is snow or a storm). I remember the day that the video game 'Tyranny' came out: I was so excited, booted it up, and played it for about ten minutes when the power went out. It turns out a squirrel blew a transformer and set fire to the power plant; luckily no severe damage. Blackouts suck. I hope that your town gets it together and it becomes less prevalent. Congrats on the narration!
- I hope all is well with you. I'll catch ya later. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 01:10, July 23, 2017 (UTC)
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I did some more work on Johto Quest. I'm at the part with the fog. Here's what I have: (https://pastebin.com/FEQLgv5D).
I gotta be honest, I've never heard of Silent Movie. I'm more familiar with the popular ones like Spaceballs, The Producers, Young Frankenstein, etc. Maybe I'll check it out when I get a chance.
So blameitonjorge uploaded a new video today. I'm going to check it out either later tonight or some time tomorrow. This is the video in question: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2Nvtfm44cQ)