Joined Aug 17, 2011 at 07:16PM EDT
Nope, it’s the same. The &s in links are erroneously converted to
&. Presumably because it assumes that any text submitted will be shown in the comment instead of being the href attribute in a link. To get the actual page you’d need to copy the link’s address, and then replace
& with &.
Ah, it’s not actually dead, just has an unparsed & in it. Let’s see if I can get the actual link.
Is this gonna be a “every other week” kind of thing?
Minus the Minecraft part, really, because they’re only tangentially alike in how they aim to emphasize player expression. They could both be said to use blocks, but one is voxels and the other is simple physical bodies that are more free to move outside of a grid. Though likely in response to the success of Minecraft, they implemented a voxel terrain system of their own that allowed for larger environments, but as far as I know, this goes relatively unused.
I dunno, seems like she’s just talking about finishing any script.
posted to tumblr, posted to facebook, then posted to know your meme
The interesting thing is that something similar actually exists: “Synsepalum dulcificum, also known as the miracle fruit, is a plant with a berry that, when eaten, causes sour foods (such as lemons and limes) subsequently consumed to taste sweet.”
Your face is so radiant, the sun needs shades.
Why are most of those letters from the titles of Mario & Luigi games?
Are you kidding? The fact that almost all the letters are there in sequence is even better! (Though one of those "H"s used to be an “N”.)
Okay, let me try this out with an example scenario:
An adherent of Christianity sees this, and chooses Islam as the other religion.
The Christian posits: “I do not believe in Islam because it may conflict with my faith in Christianity.”
The reverse of this would be: “I do not believe in Christianity because it may conflict with my faith in Islam.”
Were the Christian to believe this, they would then be a Muslim.
it didn’t work
No mention of Princess Eilonwy in the tags?
I may be wrong, but I think this image used to represent the majority opinion of this site’s MLP community. I think I once saw it with an overall positive rating, but now there are enough negative votes to balance the old positive ones.
On 4chan, I believe that “Who are you quoting?” is used as a phrase satirizing naive new users.
Haven’t further spread memes been denied confirmation?
If I recall correctly, I think that’s referred to as “alicorn magic” in the episode.
An electrode half buried in snow with it’s eyes closed during a blizzard accompanied by a dewgong facing away from the drawing’s perspective.
That lack of context.